/Town Crier Vibrant Chinese Pistache trees enhance downtown Los Altos streets in the fall, a welcome sight for newcomers accustomed to the change of seasons.

I moved to the Los Altos area from San Francisco years ago, largely because it felt right for my growing family. It’s not an unusual story for local transplants, as many relocate for their careers, the benefits of Peninsula living and/or the high-performing schools.

Although our move wasn’t major when measured in miles, it was huge emotionally. I figured that leaving San Francisco meant bidding farewell to the liveliness, the quirkiness and the food scene I so loved.

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