Bringing instincts of aesthetics to the kitchen, meet a former architect who now cooks and teaches Asian cuisines.
A former fashion sourcer for major national retailers found inspiration in the kitchen and now teaches Indian cooking in the Bay Area.
Meet a retired physicist who now enjoys chemistry in the kitchen. This video is the first in a three-part series about Bay Area professionals who found second careers in cooking.
Hundreds gathered at Stanford on Saturday, for the campus’ first-ever TEDx conference. Nearly 30 scientists, musicians, doctors, dancers and other experts gave 18-minute presentations: “Ideas worth sharing.”
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:
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.
What are the toys, gadgets and snacks of the future? Visitors to Stanford University’s Cool Product Expo made their guesses Wednesday as they sampled products from 35 startups.
In the midst of America’s technology hub, Silicon Valley’s real estate market is experiencing competitive activity. With low inventory and high demand, some homebuyers and sellers are opting for off-market sales.
In a growing landscape of digital music services and internet radio providers, Pandora’s Music Genome Project remains the core of its service. Twenty-six analysts categorize thousands of songs.