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Photo (0363.JPG). Mona & Bob Armistead and Vista Center Board Member, Joivta Honor attended the 35th Annual Vintage Affaire benefiting Vista Center For Blind & Visually Impaired individuals and their families through evaluation, counseling, education and training, to promote Independence & quality of life. Photo (0364.JPG) Many Atherton people incl. Barbara Peyton and Dave & Lynne & Heppberger enjoyed the wine & chiefs tasting reception before the live auction and gourmet dinner Benefit at a lovely Atherton Estate on Saturday, July 15. The benefit is staffed by local volunteers and the has raised over $8 million in the 34 years. vintageaffaire.org Submitted by bobbi bon on Jul 25, 2017

 
 
A&E Features

Who needs fireworks? Celebrating the Fourth of July in an unusual year
For those accustomed to celebrating Fourth of July with big parties, parades, chili cook-offs, fireworks, and concerts, the Independence Day holiday is going to feel a bit ... different this year. Wednesday, 4:06 PM

Online summer cinema series highlights independent short films
On Sunday, July 5, Windrider Bay Area Film Forum will launch its new virtual summer series, which features weekly online screenings of inspirational independent short films, followed by filmmaker conversations. Tuesday, 7:13 PM

Menlo Park's Tara de la Garza makes public art for the 'Plastocene' era
Tara de la Garza's Monument to Plastocene IV is installed in downtown Redwood City's Art Kiosk through July 5. Friday, 11:45 AM

Art 'from the heart': Local muralist Jose Castro creates powerful protest imagery
If you've been to downtown Redwood City recently, you've noticed the buildings around Courthouse Square covered with some striking public art and messages in support of social justice and the Black Lives Matter movement. Monday, 11:14 AM | 1 comments

Stanford Live releases next season's schedule, issues 'statement of hope'
Hip-hop artist Frank Waln with singer-songwriter Raye Zaragoza, the SFJAZZ Collective and the Vienna Boys Choir are among the fall performances optimistically announced by Stanford Live this week as part of its 2020-21 season. Wednesday, 4:15 PM

Annual 'Pear Slices' showcase goes digital
The Pear Theatre's yearly showcase of short plays written by members of the Pear Playwrights Guild has returned as a filmed presentation that is streaming online. Wednesday, 11:22 AM

How to get your reading fix while everything's closed
Many local bookstores and libraries have adjusted to no-contact business models and are offering a variety of new services intended to keep the literary crowd well-read and more socialized while keeping a safe distance from others. Friday, 9:52 AM

What will it take for local restaurants to recover? Dan Gordon sounds the alarm after closing in Palo Alto
In an interview, Palo Alto restaurateur Dan Gordon spoke bluntly about the ripple effects the coronavirus will have on local restaurants and what it will take to help them survive. Wednesday, 11:56 AM | 5 comments

15 local dishes to order for takeout during the coronavirus shutdown
Here are 15 takeout dishes we've enjoyed of late, from warming phở tai and barbacoa tacos to flaky buttermilk biscuits and to-go negronis. Tuesday, 11:27 AM

Coronavirus' impact on local arts scene: Guide to canceled, postponed local events
With local coronavirus cases on the uptick and fears increasing, local arts organizations are feeling the impact. Friday, 1:52 PM

Your guide to restaurants offering food for pickup or delivery
We put together a running list of the many Peninsula restaurants still offering delivery and takeout amid the coronavirus pandemic, from neighborhood spots to fine-dining establishments pivoting to new service models. Friday, 1:56 PM

 

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