On May 17 and 18, Beautiful Day — an organization that puts on community service events in Santa Clara County — partnered with El Carmelo Elementary in Palo Alto for a weekend of cleanup and remodeling.
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From Orange County, Calif., William Wilkerson has perfected his craft in realism. Art has been his means of expression for many years and when time allows, William paints beautiful realistic paintings.
Nestled near the ocean, Sutro Baths still draws visitors nearly fifty years after the last swimmers used what used to be a privately owned swimming pool establishment in the late 19th century.
Will Roderick — co-founder of the Stanford Competitive Climbing Club — began climbing at the age of 15, and has swiftly become one of the world’s best young competitive speed climbers.
A soccer match between the San Jose Earthquakes and FC Dallas had an extra flavor on Saturday: a bit of Brazilian culture. Capoeira and people wearing green and yellow were all part of Brazilian Heritage Night.
Miguel Frid, a student at Kehillah Jewish High School in Palo Alto, is headed to Israel next year. His primary focus this year, however, is leading the Kehillah Rams varsity basketball team.
A closer look at how the Redwood City-based photo finishing retailer markets itself, particularly to mothers, known as the “chief information officer” of households.
If you missed our May 1 episode of the Peninsula Report on KZSU Stanford 90.1 FM, join host Eliza Ridgeway in this podcast version. This episode features a look at a unique PEZ museum in Burlingame, pagan holiday celebrations and insight into what it’s like to play football despite the concussion risks.
For many athletes, the Olympics inspire dreams, goals and a single-minded focus. So what happens when the Games finish and they return home?