Forty-eight years after its founding, the band — known as Papa Doo Run Run — is still going strong, bringing its rendition of Beach Boys favorites to venues all over the world.
Cupertino recently welcomed its new poet laureate, Jennifer Swanton Brown. The poet laureate position creates public events that promote the literary arts in the community and inspire creativity in residents.
A new law makes it illegal for retail establishments to provide single-use plastic bags and allows the Cupertino stores to charge a dime for paper bags.
At 2.8 million square feet, Apple’s new, spaceship-like campus in Cupertino would be nearly a million square feet larger than the 49ers’ football stadium in Santa Clara.
A workplace shooting put Cupertino’s Lehigh Southwest cement plant in the national headlines in 2011. Now the plant is taking criticism for the harsh effects producing cement can have on the environment.
Despite unusually elevated levels of lead and traces of other hazardous materials, Cupertino officials voted to build a dog park on Mary Avenue.
Cupertino, a bastion of science and technology, has made an effort to celebrate the arts. Last fall, the city named its first poet laureate, and this week, he will announce winners of the first citywide poetry contest. View the video.
Peninsula Press reporters bring us stories of conflict: Burning Man seeks to expand globally through Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, and Cupertino residents fight with the city over public trees. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon gives us a glimpse into conflicts around the world.
San Jose celebrated Veterans Day with a parade Sunday. Cupertino honored members of the military with a ceremony in Memorial Park.