Kids and their pets — everything from pooches to parrots, turtles to tarantulas — have taken to downtown Los Altos every Saturday following Mother's Day for decades for the annual Los Altos Kiwanis Pet Parade. On Saturday, May 14, the parade will celebrate its 75th anniversary, kicking off at 10 a.m. with its largest-ever number of entrants.
The Peninsula’s lesser-known museums are hiding in some delightfully unexpected places. Sure, they’re smaller, but they have plenty to offer in eye-catching exhibits and intriguing historical displays.
A converted ambulance storage facility houses a hidden museum in a nondescript corner of Palo Alto's warehouse district that's dedicated to one artist.
The Palo Alto Art Center exhibition celebrates unknown heroes, unseen victims and the artists who bring them to life.
10 local parent-artists unveil their pandemic projects
By Karla Kane
Robin Mullery’s “Mama?” explores the heaviness of being a parent during a pandemic. (Photo by Karla Kane)
“Holding it Together,” the playful-yet-poignant new exhibition at the Palo Alto Art Center, is a collection of new works by artists that examine the experience of parenting during the pandemic in all its often chaotic, frustrating, humorous and sweet glory.
The show is a reunion for Bay ...
The new Home of Champions is not a museum, it’s a paradigm
By Charles Russo
Stanford’s new Home of Champions celebrates their most recent national titles in a marquee location by the front entrance. (Photo by Charles Russo)
This past week I exited Stanford’s Home of Champions feeling inclined to quote the Hagakure. Yes, you read that correctly, but I’ll reiterate: the collective poise and purpose of the University’s new shrine to its athletics legacy left ...