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Frozen moment on the University Avenue, downtown Palo Alto. Submitted by Paul Gralen on Mar 18, 2013
An Alternative View
by Diana Diamond
Why does it take Palo Alto so long to get things done?
Jun 18, 2021 | 16 comments
by The Peninsula Foodist
Town & Country welcomes SF's Wildseed, a 100% plant-based eatery
Jun 17, 2021 | 0 comments
Theater review: Los Altos Stage's 'The Mercy Seat' is mesmerizing, unrelenting
This powerfully performed play offers a window into the tough choices men and women make, or avoid, amid difficult times. And if you can't stand the heat onstage, you're already home. Wednesday, 10:43 AM
San Francisco's Wildseed heads to Palo Alto
San Francisco eatery Wildseed is bringing its diverse plant-based cuisine to the Peninsula. The restaurant plans to open its second location in Palo Alto at the Town & Country Village. Thursday, 1:36 PM | 2 comments
Local communities plan to celebrate Juneteenth with sunshine, talks and great food. Here's what's planned.
Throughout the Peninsula, this Juneteenth will be celebrated in a variety of ways, with a barbecue, scholarships, performances, talks, a cooking demonstration and festivities in parks and fairgrounds on tap. Here's where to go. Thursday, 3:34 PM | 5 comments
'Drive-in Variety Show' highlights local musicians and performers
Dragon Productions Theatre Company is taking audiences for a spin through the Midpeninsula's arts scene, offering a fun way to ease back into attending live shows in a series of drive-in live performances this month. Thursday, 1:05 PM
Out of this world: Pace makes space for painter's cosmic landscapes
Damian Loeb's work is informed by photography, cinematography and the appropriation of images found in such far-flung places as aerial photographs and the Hubble Space Telescope. Wednesday, 9:27 AM
Redwood City mural represents students' vision for 'Connection, Community, and Hope'
Downtown Redwood City's latest mural -- "Connection, Community, and Hope" -- is a labor of love by the fourth-grade class of Adelante Selby Spanish Immersion School, in partnership with local nonprofit Art in Action. Tuesday, 1:45 PM | 2 comments
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