The Menlo Park Sidewalk Fine Arts & Crafts Fall Fest turned a length of Santa Cruz Avenue into an outdoor gallery in early October.
Mountain View’s A La Carte & Art festival transforms Castro Street into a sea of color and crafts, with more than 230 vendors filling downtown. This year’s event on May 3 and 4 kicked off the festival season.
As the West Coast’s largest indoor arts and crafts show, the Harvest Festival featured over 250 artisans, as well as live music and comedy.
MGMT was the headline act at Stanford’s second annual Frost Music and Arts Festival, but the band wasn’t the only attraction. View photos of the interactive art installations students created.
The Burning Man project is looking to expand its culture globally, place more emphasis on technology and innovation, and train what could become the next generation of leaders: young Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.
A census-themed camp at the annual Burning Man festival recently released its 2011 data. It reveals that “burners” span all ages, political parties and levels of education.
Lots of residents in the South Bay came out to show their American spirit this Fourth of July. Check out our photo gallery of some of the festivities.
San Franciscans and visitors turned out in droves to the city’s Civic Center for the annual pride parade. The festival comes just two days after New York voted to legalize gay marriage.
Each spring, artists and tourists flock to tiny Winters, Calif., near Sacramento, for a week of outdoor painting, communal living and vacation off the beaten path.