As the state reopens California’s economy today (June 15), the city of Mountain View is moving forward with a phased reopening of its facilities over the coming months.
The Los Altos Kiwanis Club recently completed a two-week fundraising drive that generated $75,000 for COVID-19 relief efforts in India.
Museum program offers ‘green’ tips
Director Jon M. Chu, the filmmaking pride of Los Altos Hills, is following up “Crazy Rich Asians,” the biggest movie of his career, with the film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical about life in the Latino neighborhood of Washington Heights in New York City.
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Fires, earthquakes and other disasters requiring water services have generated headlines in recent years, prompting the Rotary Club of Los Altos to offer an overview of local water resources, their distribution, operations and treatment at its May 27 meeting.
The Moffett Historical Society and Museum is reopening for the first time since the pandemic closed museums throughout the country in March 2020.
The exhibition “Chinese Ink Painting on Chrysanthemums” is on display at the Los Altos main library, 13 S. San Antonio Road, through June 30.
Following is the third in a three-part series on covert domestic abuse.
There are visible and not-so-visible sides to Silicon Valley. The visible side is all about high-tech success breeding an ever-increasing population of multimillionaires and billionaires. The less visible side includes those without access to tech success who are struggling to keep a roof ov…
This month’s First Friday event is being promoted as “Band Jam – 12 Bands, 3 Hours.” The festivities are set to run 6-9 p.m. Friday in the downtown triangle along First, Main and State streets.
The nonprofit Hope’s Corner recently offered free haircuts to the homeless.
LA sewing group supports nonprofit
Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian and Asian Americans for Community Involvement tackled the topic “Understanding the Asian American & Pacific Islander Experience: Prejudice and Violence” Thursday (May 20) as part of a three-part webinar series.
Nobuko Saito Cleary has been a bridge builder for most of her 50 years in the United States. The longtime Los Altos Hills resident has spread the culture of her native Japan to local institutions such as Hidden Villa, the Los Altos History Museum and the Community School of Music and Arts, a…
Los Altos Community Foundation recently awarded $220,000 in grants�to 51 local nonprofit organizations and programs based in or serving the communities of Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, and Mountain View. The grants represent the most organizations supported and funds provided in a single grant…
Following is the second in a three-part series on covert domestic abuse.
A new, large-scale mural, “200 Main Street [an inventory of time and place],” has arrived in downtown Los Altos.
A fundraising campaign is underway for the creation of a new main exhibition at the Los Altos History Museum emphasizing place and local history.
Gallery 9 members plan to allow in-person visits at their downtown Los Altos art gallery beginning June 15, after 14 months of window exhibitions due to the pandemic. The gallery will feature the work of painter Cecilia Mases, a continuation of the exhibition halted by the COVID-19 shutdown …
The Los Altos History Museum is teaming up with�Grassroots Ecology�to offer the free program “Gardening with Native Plants” 5-6:30 p.m. May 26 via Zoom.
Following is the first in a three-part series on covert domestic abuse. War, chess, poker, Monopoly: just some of the games the covert abuser likes to play.
AAUW speaker�talks sustainability The Los Altos/Mountain View American Association of University Women has scheduled Jasneet Sharma, director of the Office of Sustainability for Santa Clara County, to serve as keynote speaker for its Zoom meeting 2-3 p.m. May 27.
Contractors with the city of Los Altos are scheduled to install new fire alarms at the Los Altos Community Center on Hillview Avenue Friday (May 14) and run tests Monday (May 17). Residents can expect to hear some fire-alarm noises during the day Friday and at 9 a.m. Monday. “This will be lo…