Menlo Park recently showcased its newest attraction: Off the Grid, which supports local street food vendors in the Bay Area, held its first Wednesday night event in February.
Musicologist John Lehman’s mission is to enhance the lives of adults who are 65 and older by stimulating their memories with music and helping those suffering from Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Eugene “The Wolf” Jackson is working with a coalition to fund after-school boxing programs, golf programs, music programs and other initiatives for the youth of East Palo Alto.
Deborah’s Palm — a local non-profit organization that offers professional counseling, resources and mentoring to women — hosted their fourth annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 7.
A cold snap that hit the Peninsula over the weekend of Dec. 7 and 8 had most residents staying indoors. But the chilly weather didn’t stop some Shoreline patrons and water polo fans.
On Saturday, Nov. 16, Aurora — an art piece created by Charles Gadeken that originally debuted at Burning Man in 2011 — will finally be lit in front of Palo Alto’s City Hall.
At the beginning of October, Challenge Success hosted 500 people from over 29 different schools at Stanford University for their annual Fall Parent Education Conference.