A new study indicates that body mass index may not be the best indicator of health — and two very different Bay Area women agree. One, a doctor, the other, a web series host, both advocate for happiness at realistic body weights.
In Santa Cruz, a family has dedicated itself to teaching people to learn music the same way they learned to speak: intuitively. Playing together downtown since the sons were children, the family has mastered the art of “Mountain Music.”
A Saratoga hiking trail has reopened after a six-month project to make it wider, less steep and not as prone to erosion during the rainy season. The trail stretches from the Parker Ranch neighborhood to the Fremont Older Open Space Preserve via Saratoga Country Club.
PALO ALTO – Palo Alto voters prefered to play it safe at the polls Nov. 3, electing four candidates with experience in public office or community involvement, and one newcomer with a highly conservative platform.
PALO ALTO – Fourteen candidates running for five open seats at the City Council, discussed their views on what are the city’s main issues of concern for the Nov. 3 elections, at a Candidates’ Forum hosted by the League of Women Voters on Oct. 7.
Special Report: Cattle Drive
An interactive story exploring the search for land, food and open space on Silicon Valley's coast.
Special Report: Climate Change on the Peninsula
An in-depth report about what local counties are doing to adapt to environmental issues knocking at our doors.
Special Report: ‘Obamacare’ on the Peninsula
A special website with articles and multimedia reports about the local impacts of the Affordable Care Act.
Special Report: Silicon Gap – Widening Inequality in the Valley
A special website with reports about Joint Venture Silicon Valley's 2014 State of the Valley conference.
Special Report: Leaded Gas – A Toxic Tale
A collaborative project about how major corporate interests turned a blind eye to health risks from leaded gasoline.