In Santa Cruz, a family has dedicated itself to teaching people to learn music the same way they learned to speak: intuitively. Playing together downtown since the sons were children, the family has mastered the art of “Mountain Music.”
Antonio’s Nuthouse is a Palo Alto dive bar popular amongst Stanford students. The dive bar gets its appeal, in part, from longtime bartender Kelley Gorman, a 13-year Nuthouse fixture.
After spending 30 years in prison, Don Moseman, “Walkin’ Don,” found joy in traveling the state – and the country – on foot.
This video, the second in the Peninsula Hangouts series, features the modern twists Palo Alto’s Hookah Nites Lounge has brought to this Middle Eastern social tradition.
After 1992 water conservation legislation forced many San Joaquin Valley farmers to leave crops untended, farmers found more eco-friendly ways to irrigate land. Still agriculture watering has many critics.
Although only one out of five people interviewed in Saratoga could identify petanque, the city is spending almost $17,000 on a court in Azule Park after a Saratoga resident spent five years petitioning the city council.
This winter, Congress passed the Animal Crush Video Prohibition Act, making it illegal to produce and distribute sexual fantasy videos that involve torturing small animals. Critics say the law violates the First Amendment.
The Wildlife Center of Silicon Valley provides veterinary attention to injured, sick, and orphaned wild species in the Bay Area. This photo gallery offers a glimpse of the animals that have found a healing home there.
In an effort to replenish songbird populations, the City of Saratoga and the Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society are teaming up to start a nestbox program in the city’s open spaces.