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Review: With debut novel, Peninsula author Mike Trigg skewers both the toxicity and temptations of tech culture
Menlo Park author Mike Trigg has been a founder, executive and investor in dozens of venture-funded tech startups. Now he makes his debut as a satirical novelist with "Bit Flip," which publishes Aug. 16. Thursday, 2:44 PM

Shakespeare in the Park brings 'Much Ado About Nothing' to Redwood City
San Francisco Shakespeare Festival marks its 40th anniversary with a production of "Much Ado About Nothing," presented free Aug. 14-28 at Red Morton Park in Redwood City. Thursday, 3:23 PM | 3 comments

When to watch the Perseids meteor shower on the Peninsula
Lick Observatory support astronomer Jon Rees offers tips on when and how to view the meteor shower, which will peak later this week. Thursday, 12:57 PM | 1 comments

Pace Gallery ends its Palo Alto run with an exhibition of paintings by Brice Guilbert
"Brice Guilbert: Fournez," paintings inspired by the volcano on the island where the artist grew up, is on view at Pace Gallery until Sept. 2 The show is the last at this Silicon Valley outpost of the New York-based conglomerate.
Wednesday, August 3, 1:57 PM

ArtLift projects invite community's contributions
The city of Palo Alto Public Art Program recently unveiled the visual and performing arts projects that received 2022 ArtLift microgrants. A number of the projects feature special events where the community can take part. Thursday, August 4, 3:13 PM

Vegan variety: 10 Peninsula eateries serving up plant-based fare

Michelin-starred chef leaves fine-dining world behind with Ethel's Fancy

Filoli estate opens vegetable garden ‚Äčto public for the first time

Why a Coastside animal sanctuary had to make a new home on the east coast

Frost Amphitheater fills summer with diverse performances


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