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Cabo’s New Cachet
Jeanne Cooper | September 21, 2018


Apart from sport fishing, Los Cabos traditionally stood for sybaritic pleasures: sun, sand, sipping margaritas. Add in a round of golf, a massage or perhaps a sunset cruise with seasonal whale watching, and most...

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Dynamic Duo
Anh-Minh Le | September 19, 2018

Sam Malouf has been a fixture of the Peninsula’s fashion scene since arriving in 1991 from Lubbock, Texas, to open a Burlingame branch of his family’s shop, Malouf’s. The interior evoked “an Old...

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Where to Stay on Your Next Wine Country Getaway
Jeanne Cooper | September 18, 2018


Vista Collina Resort
Across the street from the Meritage Resort & Spa, its sister property on the city...

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Palo Alto’s New Babka Bakery Is Everything
Carolyn Jung | September 17, 2018

You may think you know babka, especially if you’ve howled over that notorious Seinfeld episode in which Jerry and Elaine are foiled in their attempts to buy a...

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Rob Lowe Takes His Live Show to San Jose
Anh-Minh Le | September 14, 2018

A familiar face of film and television since the ’80s, in recent years, Rob Lowe added two-time New York Times best-selling author to his list of achievements. Now, with his one-...

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Photographic Memory
Jeanne Cooper | September 13, 2018

Artist Dinh Q. Lê shares the dramatic experience of many Vietnamese Americans his age: He fled his homeland with his family in 1978 when he was just 10 years old and spent a year in a refugee camp in Thailand before immigrating to...

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Los Altos’ Red Berry Coffee Bar Adds a New Perk: A Bigger Menu
Laura Ness | September 13, 2018

One of Los Altos’ favorite coffee bars, Red Berry, built its reputation on premium joe from the likes of...

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On Top of the World
Sofia Ponce de Leon | September 11, 2018

As you approach the town of Telluride, the stress seems to melt away. A skier slices across the powder’s glassy white surface as the gondolas above them inch up and up the line. Somewhere...

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World of Interiors
Anh-Minh Le | September 10, 2018


Whether you’re considering a simple residential refresh or an extensive revamp, before you start picking out fabrics and finishes, grab a copy of The Curated Home: A Fresh Take on Tradition, the...

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The Inn Place
Jeanne Cooper | September 7, 2018


A fall staycation package at Palo Alto’s Garden Court Hotel may also serve as a Silicon Valley primer for out-of-town guests. Along with deluxe accommodations in the 62-room...

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Pastoral Palates
Laura Ness | September 7, 2018


It began with a horse named Red Line. When restaurant entrepreneur Angelo Heropoulos sold his stake in the highly successful Opa! chain, he decided to pursue the country life and move to Almaden Valley. There, his young daughter fell...

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Happy Days
Carolyn Jung | September 6, 2018

There’s no need to pitch a tent or pack a bedroll to be a happy camper at downtown Menlo Park’s buzziest new restaurant. Camper, now open in the former LB Steak space, aims to celebrate the great...

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