‘I don’t feel like I need to prove myself to anyone’: New film shares Foster City woman’s experience as a queer Asian American skateboarder 

Foster City resident Kat Sy's experiences as a queer Asian Amerian female skateboarder are being highlighted in a short film being shown at the Center for Asian American Media’s 40th CAAMFest now through May 22. “Crashing Wheels on Concrete” follows the ups and downs of Sy’s life through her love of skateboarding as she graduates from college and takes on the challenges of adulthood. 

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Everything you need to know about Peninsula Restaurant Week 2022

To support our local dining scene, The Six Fifty and Peninsula Foodist are teaming up to bring Peninsula Restaurant Week back for its second year May 13-21, featuring deals and special dishes from your favorite eateries between South San Francisco and Sunnyvale, as well as the San Mateo County Coastside.

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Hit the books: 9 places to celebrate Independent Bookstore Day on the Peninsula

Local independent bookstores have helped keep many a restless mind grounded during the unpredictability of the past couple of years with a steady supply of compelling reading material, along with hosting a variety of online author talks and events. And for the first time in two years, there's ample opportunity to celebrate these businesses in person, on Independent Bookstore Day, which takes place on Saturday, April 30. 

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Rōzmary Kitchen’s weekly sandwich pop-ups return to The Midwife and the Baker

After a brief closure due to the birth of their first child, Nick Rappoport and Melissa Johnson are back in Mountain View every Friday starting Feb. 4. The Midwife and the Baker bakes the sandwich bread for Rōzmary Kitchen’s pop-up and hosts it. The pop-up returns weekly Feb. 4. (Photo by Magali Gauthier) One year after launching their sandwich pop-up Rōzmary Kitchen in collaboration with The Midwife and the Baker in Mountain ...

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