An eight-car garage and an indoor ice hockey rink: A look inside Silicon Valley’s luxury homes

During a year that has seen a residential real estate market cool-down thanks to rising interest rates and other economic and political factors, the Midpeninsula's luxury home market has not been immune from its effects. ...

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Peninsula holiday fairs for your one-stop shopping needs

While online shopping for gifts over the holidays has become the go-to choice for many, there's an indistinguishable spark that arises when you spot that perfect present or snag the last available must-have gift of ...

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Growing up: How vertical plantscapes are bringing the outdoors inside

Vertical gardens, essentially landscapes installed on walls with watering systems built in, were once rarely found outside of larger corporate and public building spaces like Google, Symantec or Stanford's Graduate School of Business. Over the ...

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Healing in harmony: Stanford medicine faculty, students and staff debut new orchestra and chorus

“Art is its own kind of medicine,” says Jacqueline Genovese, the executive director of Stanford’s Medicine & The Muse program.

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Cider House Blues: All of the Peninsula’s hard cider makers have shuttered recently. Why?

Sunnyvale's Red Branch Cider Company, San Carlos' Redwood Coast Cider and South San Francisco's South City Cider have all shuttered recently. While many businesses have faced a hard times, a unique confluence of bad luck ...

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How a Palo Alto woman became a pumpkin-carving pro and Food Network regular

Palo Alto resident Leigh Henderson has been bringing monstrous scenes to life on pumpkins she carves for years, including as a Food Network competitor. Here are her tips for carving your own spooky jack-o'-lantern.

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