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Hit the books: 9 places to celebrate Independent Bookstore Day on the Peninsula

Hit the books: 9 places to celebrate Independent Bookstore Day on the Peninsula

From author visits and giveaways to children’s storytimes, read up on how your favorite local bookstores are participating this Saturday.
Artist chosen for Racial Equity Mural in downtown Redwood City

Artist chosen for Racial Equity Mural in downtown Redwood City

Bay Area artist's $100,000 design includes references to the Ohlone people, as well as Mexican rancheros, Japanese immigrants and modern-day protestors
'A Song for Cesar' highlights the role of music, arts in supporting the farmworkers' movement

'A Song for Cesar' highlights the role of music, arts in supporting the farmworkers' movement

New documentary screens Friday at Foothill College
Celebrate the annual Old Woodside Store Day on May 1

Celebrate the annual Old Woodside Store Day on May 1

Adults and children can experience life in the 1880s at the historic Woodside Store, free of charge
How to celebrate Earth Day around the 650

How to celebrate Earth Day around the 650

Festivities throughout April include a wildflower show, plant and seed swaps and rallies.
HalalFest wants to take the Bay Area’s halal foodie movement global

HalalFest wants to take the Bay Area’s halal foodie movement global

With Peninsula Ramadan events, HalalFest seeks to bring halal food to a wider population
San Mateo County artists chosen to display works at new art exhibit

San Mateo County artists chosen to display works at new art exhibit

Dedicated CZI Community Space for artists to forge inclusive community
LeVar Burton joins HIP Housing for fundraiser at Fox Theatre

LeVar Burton joins HIP Housing for fundraiser at Fox Theatre

The anniversary event will take place Thursday, May 12 at the Fox Theatre. Tickets are on sale now.
What a Woodside cookbook author learned from road-tripping across California

What a Woodside cookbook author learned from road-tripping across California

'The Forest Feast Road Trip' is a journey through the Golden State
Portraits by renowned photographer Gordon Parks on display at Cantor Arts Center

Portraits by renowned photographer Gordon Parks on display at Cantor Arts Center

He began as a freelance photographer, then eventually became the first African American person on the staff of Life Magazine. His two decades of work at Life spanned an impressive range of subjects, from Harlem gangs to fashion photographs of rich and famous celebrities.