Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair spoke at Stanford Thursday, discussing his work with the Africa Governance Initiative and the need for foreign innovation and investment in the region.
On the Peninsula Report radio show, Vignesh Ramachandran filled listeners in on a sneaky real estate strategy that seems to be appealing to an increasing number of buyers and sellers in the Peninsula’s hot housing market. Artist and environmental reporter Ethan Estess answered the question, when it comes to shopping bags, which is worse for the environment: …
The Moveable Feast monthly food truck showcase kicks off its summer season in San Mateo Friday.
Republican strategist Karl Rove and President Obama’s former press secretary, Robert Gibbs, faced off over which political party is best prepared to lead the country during a debate held Tuesday at Stanford.
How does Pandora categorize 10,000 songs each month? Do experts endorse video games for young children? What’s the connection between high school, Stanford and 49ers football? Listen now.
A Stanford University education professor who helped develop products for tech toy company LeapFrog says technology can help children learn to read, though some fear letting young kids play computer games.
Santa Clara County wineries aim to compete with Napa and Sonoma, San Jose residents quarrel with leadership over retail center, and Mavericks surfers may have tight travel time. Listen to the Peninsula Report podcast.
A redevelopment plan to add hundreds of housing units in Foster City over the next decade is angering local residents concerned about school overcrowding and traffic congestion.