Bay Meadows Blog

Home Sweet (Gingerbread) Home

Nothing makes a more impressive centerpiece during the holidays than a homemade gingerbread house.  Line-up that fondant, those candy canes, gum drops and more. It's time to gather together to create something special for all to enjoy. When you are ready to decorate, pair up the evening with a cookie swap and you have a holiday hit! Get to know …

Snap and WIN: Fame by Frame Photo Contest

Show your San Mateo pride! As we develop community, we want to see how you live or play at Bay Meadows and beyond. Give a nod to your favorite local businesses and places. Capture your favorite public art piece or that must-have bowl of Ramen! Share your fun San Mateo lifestyle photos with our community by using #baymeadowslife in our …

8 Bike Accessories on our Wish List

Imagine a bike with a bow in front of your new home. With all of the stylish wheels and loaded accessories 2-wheels have these days, you could say that this is the new version of a car with a bow. But what if you already have a bike you adore?  Well, one of the great things about cycling is that …

100 Reasons WHY We Love San
Mateo: January 23

Tell a neighbor, invite a friend! San Mateo and SF Peninsula neighbors are invited to join us to see 100 reasons why we love living in San Mateo. 2014 has been a fabulous and fun …

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Tips from Talbot’s on
Winter Biking

Winter is upon us. For some of us working on a car-free lifestyle, that means finding clever ways to bring home a Christmas Tree on our bikes (see great article on just how to do …

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On Our Wish List

We've been busy hunting for favorite finds to enhance the Bay Meadows and Peninsula lifestyle enjoyed throughout the year. Enjoy this handy list of ideas for everyone on your list, arranged by personality and price  …

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Breakfast at Nini’s

Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day, fueling you with energy and nutrients. If you’re looking for a satisfying and hearty way to start your day – look no further than our …

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Bay Meadows' Construction Manager Scott Giddens

Construction propels
forward

As 2014 comes to a close, we’re taking stock of all the changes on the Bay Meadows horizon: Hundreds of new residents are making friends with their fellow neighbors. New homes continue to spring up. …

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Winter Rains Come to the
Garden!

The winter rains have finally arrived! It's been great waking up to the sound of rain against the window. Despite the colder, wetter weather, there's still plenty going on in the Community Garden at Persimmon …

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Step Inside Osteria Coppa
Italian Restaurant with …

Located in downtown San Mateo, Osteria Coppa specializes in fresh, modern Italian cuisine. They feature handcrafted pasta, hand stretched thin-crust Neapolitan style pizza, antipasti, house cured salumi, and other Italian specialties. The menu changes regularly, based on …

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Destination Downtown San
Mateo – Tree Lighting …

Bundle up and bring a friend, San Mateo is kicking off the season in style on December 7th. The Caltrain Holiday Train is headed through San Mateo and Santa will make an appearance on an …

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Small Biz Saturday, San
Mateo Style

While Black Friday is often a rush to the malls and Cyber Monday is all about internet shopping, thank goodness the Saturday after Thanksgiving is focused on small businesses! Small Business Saturday was created five years …

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Tips for a Beautiful,
Bountiful Thanksgiving Feast

The scent of a seasonal bounty in the kitchen is a wonderful way to kick off the holiday season. This year, invite family and friends to feast at your first autumnal potluck in your new …

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Fame by Frame: Captured!
Public Art, Persimmon Park, …

San Mateo is showing its local love and sharing a few of the reasons we call this town "home". Are you grateful for a particular barista? Share a shout out for your favorite small business. …

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November in the Garden

Thanks to everyone who came out to our Tea and Cocktail class! Taught by Stefani Bittner, co-owner of Star Apple Edible Gardens, over 20 residents and members of the community came out to learn …

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Get Cookin’ San Mateo

A new culinary compound has been born in San Mateo. KitchenTown is an industrial kitchen, a co-op, plus a gourmet store and hip café. The KitchenTown location was once exclusively home to Anna’s Cookies, a …

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San Mateo Releases Draft
Plan for Improved Streets

Did you know that the city of San Mateo is on the cutting edge of urban planning? In October, the city released its draft Sustainable Streets Plan. In it, the city proposes street infrastructure improvements …

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Ballgame, anyone? Ride
Caltrain!

Did you know that Bay Meadows is a true transit-oriented community? The pedestrian village is carefully planned and designed so that residents can live, work, play, and easily use a number of options for getting …

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Happy Birthday, Baby
Bullet!

On a recent sunny morning, Bay Area leaders gathered to celebrate the 10th year of service for Caltrain’s Baby Bullet. The express train was a welcome addition on the rails in 2004 when it cut …

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Autumn Farm Tours

The fall harvest season is full of festivals, foliage, hay rides and fresh pumpkin pie. Fall is also the ideal time to grab a light sweater and step outside to partake in a variety of …

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Top Policy Group Tours Bay
Meadows

Bay Meadows recently hosted SPUR, the Bay Area urban planning and policy think tank, for a lengthy tour of the project. Nearly 50 energized SPUR members joined us to hear from Bay Meadows’ leaders and …

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Tea and Cocktail Class

During this Saturday's DIG IT class, we'll be talking about tea and cocktails! Please join Star Apple Edible Gardens for a fun filled class from 1-2PM on Saturday, November, 1st. Here's a sneak peak of …

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The Annual San Mateo
Harvest Festival 2014 Returns …

The San Mateo Harvest Festival Original Arts and Crafts Show is one of the largest indoor shows on the West Coast and each year it returns to San Mateo in our neighboring event center. The …

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Turbo-charged San Mateo
firms exploding

If 2013’s Inc. 500/5000 wasn’t enough to convince skeptics, this year’s San Francisco Business Times’ biennial survey of the region’s fastest-growing companies might do the trick. San Mateo boasts some of the top companies that …

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Alberto Solis & Rusty Schwartz, owners of KitchenTown

Artisanal culinary
incubator opens in San Mateo

Where’s the new home for the latest start-up incubator, with 11,000 square feet dedicated to artisan culinary manufacturing? San Francisco? Guess again. Oh and it’s a café, too, selling all local products, most of which …

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Sneak Peek: Five Favorite
Fame by Frame Photos

The submissions are rolling in for Fame by Frame, a San Mateo photo contest designed to showcase what you love about life here at Bay Meadows and beyond. The casting call is wide open and …

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Peppers to please every
palate

The debut of Red Hot Roundup on Oct 16 is just around the corner, where we’ll be featuring a host of special hot sauces, including the hot sauce 3-pack from Happy Quail Farms. A quail farm, producing …

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Fall Days in the Garden

I hope everyone is enjoying a balmy start to fall! Lots of fun things have been happening in the garden and here are a few highlights: Fermenting 101 A big thank you to everyone who braved the …

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Getting Saucey with…
Dave’s Gourmet

The debut of Red Hot Roundup on Oct 16 is just around the corner, where we'll be featuring a host of special hot sauces and some of your favorite food trucks will be incorporating these …

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Nueva School –
“A dream come true”

A rock-climbing wall in a high school? How about playing chess in the hallway, experimenting with 3-D printing or learning how to fence? These are just a few of the innovative activities happening at the newly …

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Oct 21 Three Corners
Workshop: Bringing Art to San …

Did you know? Bay Meadows recently installed Evan Shively sculptures in Persimmon Park for all to enjoy. We have a passion for public art, and look forward to seeing more of it come to life …

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Meet Micheal Mallie, Owner
of Jack’s Prime

Opened in 2008, Jack's Prime is a modern day diner with mouth watering flame grilled burgers and hand spun shakes using the finest local ingredients for a California take on an American tradition.  A staple …

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Getting Saucey with…
Palo Alto Firefighters

The debut of Red Hot Roundup on Oct 16 is just around the corner, where we'll be featuring a host of special hot sauces and some of your favorite food trucks will be incorporating these …

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Bay Meadows’ Station
4 Office Building Kicks …

With applause from the crowd at a commercial real estate event in Redwood City this week, Wilson Meany and Stockbridge Capital Group announced that they will break ground on Bay Meadows Station 4 within the …

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Oktoberfest and a
Hauntingly Good Time

Oktoberfest, pumpkins, fresh pickin’s and a spooktacular good time, that’s what is in store for October on the Peninsula. With the cooler temperatures breezing in this season, fall is the perfect time to grab a …

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Get a slice of the San
Mateo Sandwich Scene

The San Mateo sandwich scene gets stronger as heavyweight Ike's Place adds muscle to Third Avenue on the eastern edge of downtown San Mateo. Current contenders in the area include: The Ravioli House, The Sandwich …

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Prestigious Art Fair Lands
in San Mateo

Where can you go this fall to rub elbows with art stars, peruse the most cutting edge, international art collections and get your Banksy on? San Mateo is about to become the epicenter of the …

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Get Spicy this Fall at Bay
Meadows

We're blazing a new spice route through Bay Meadows. On October 16th you can come sample the hottest food trucks as they dish up their spiciest fare and bear witness to the hellfire challenge while supporting …

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Go to Shop Spot?
Destination Downtown San Mateo!

Downtown San Mateo is located in the heart of the Peninsula, just 15 miles south of San Francisco, 12 miles north of Palo Alto, and 2 miles north of the San Mateo Bridge. With its …

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Bay Meadows Highlighted at
Statewide Conference

“California’s Adventures in Planning” was this year’s annual confab of the American Planning Association’s golden state chapter, and we’re delighted to report that Bay Meadows was presented as a “poster-child” of exemplary development. City of San …

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Learn all about your Winter
Vegetable Garden

Thanks to everyone who attended last Saturday's Dig It class!  We had a great afternoon talking about the Winter Vegetable Garden, what can be planted at this time of year, and some of the pests …

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Behind Persimmon Park, Meet
Pamela at CMG Landscape …

A community garden is born at Bay Meadows! Say hello to Persimmon Park, built to plant roots, mix, mingle and grow. Learn about the thoughtful design by our partners at CMG Landcape Architecture that went into …

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My clients are all looking
for a “community.”

This month we are sharing the love and featuring one of our top selling real estate agents at Bay Meadows. Meet Alan Wang, who's already sold 2 homes at Bay Meadows and regularly keeps in …

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Virtual Hard Hat Tour of
the Latest

It's no exaggeration to say that the Bay Meadows landscape changes daily. As we build out this unique new community in San Mateo, not a day goes by that doesn’t shift the perspective. With new …

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Red Hot Roundup Premieres
Oct 16th (5-8:30pm)

Red Hot Roundup makes its debut on October 16th featuring some of the Bay Area’s hottest food trucks at Paddock Park in San Mateo. Guests will enjoy a night of dining under the stars, with …

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gatheredtable combines
technology and food, saving …

Whole Foods San Mateo recently announced a new partnership pilot program with a company called gatheredtable. We were instantly intrigued, then smitten. The concept is a perfect match for busy San Mateo/Peninsula and Silicon Valley …

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The “Philz
Effect”

Maybe it’s the precision of the pouring method that makes it so appealing to tech workers: an exactingly timed drip technique complete with specialized hardware. Or perhaps it’s the exotic blends, crafted over years, through …

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Sidewalk Juice Opens on 3rd
in San Mateo

Owner Jason Nazzal’s vision of bringing healthy food options to the Mission District became a reality in 2006 when the first Sidewalk Juice opened at 21st Street and Valencia. Since then, Sidewalk Juice has been …

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Q&A with Leading San
Mateo County Firm

It’s no wonder the mid-Peninsula region has become a hot-bed of influential tech firms and innovative companies. In the sweet spot between the South Bay and San Francisco, San Mateo County also boasts numerous transit …

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Wine Walk in Downtown San
Mateo on Sept 20th

Enjoy an afternoon in Downtown San Mateo celebrating the 18th year of this community favorite. Downtown merchants open their shops as "Tasting Rooms" where you can sip and savor wines from California's best wine regions. Stephen …

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San Mateo Bacon and Brew
Fest Returns Sept 27th

Bay Meadows is a proud sponsor of the San Mateo Bacon and Brew Festival, an annual event held inside Central Park in downtown San Mateo. Hosted by the San Mateo Area Chamber of Commerce and The …

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Spotlight on San Mateo
Start-Up

In 2013 Ali Diab, former Google engineer, experienced a life-threatening medical scare that required emergency abdominal surgery. While traumatic, Diab recovered from the agonizing situation, but he soon faced battles of another sort. His insurance company questioned his …

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Dig in and Get Dirty,
Persimmon Park is Open!

Bay Meadows residents celebrated the grand opening of Persimmon Park - the raised bed community gardens - in style the weekend of August 16th, 2014. Families were planting seedlings, sharing gardening tips and learning tricks …

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Find Your Japanese Kitchen
at WAKURIYA

‘WAKURIYA is comprised of two words: one from “WA” that means “Japanese”, “harmony”, and “gentle” in Japanese; another from “KURIYA” that means “kitchen” used in ancient Japan. The two words are combined to form WAKURIYA, …

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Caltrain – It’s
Electrifying!

Did you know that Bay Meadows is a true transit-oriented community? The project is carefully planned and designed so that residents can live, work, play, and easily use a number of options for getting around, …

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Amour Amour San Mateo

Named by Rand McNally’s “Best of the Road” competition as America’s “Best Small Town for Food,” San Mateo knows food and is already in love with its latest culinary addition, Amour Amour Wine Bar. The …

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San Mateo, Poised for
Office Boom

It’s sort of the opposite of the toothpaste squeeze effect – that phenomenon where pressure in the center of a tube pushes paste to the opposite ends. So, imagine San Francisco/Mid-Peninsula/South Bay as a tube where …

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Get Growing with Heirloom
Tomatoes!

You've seen them at Whole Foods and our San Mateo Farmers' Markets, but what defines a tomato as an heirloom?  An Heirloom Tomato is generally considered to be a variety that has been passed down, …

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Hackerspace for hardware
opens

Question. What could a stylish iPad case, a lunar lander and a polymer baby blanket possibly have in common? Or better yet - Where could a 12 year-old kid sit next to a venture capitalist or …

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Creating Unique Places at
Bay Meadows

Things are changing at lightning-speed at Bay Meadows. Blink and there are new buildings rising up, new amenities emerging and memorable experiences underway. We talked to Scott Giddens, Bay Meadows team member and wearer of many hats …

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Mosey through the Meadows
and Beyond

Bay Meadows is on Mosey! Mosey allows you to create, curate and plan adventures as well as easily discover the best places around you or anywhere, curated by friends and those you trust. It's the …

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Kick Starting Change with
Bike and Pedestrian …

San Mateo is a city tackling change head on, as demonstrated with its innovative Taste and Talk Series, part of the Sustainable Streets Program. A recent talk in the series focused on “Kick Starting Change with …

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Make Your Picnic a Walk in
the Park with these 6 …

Summer is here and picnic season is upon us, which means it's time to pack a bag and head out to the myriad of picnicking havens that Bay Meadows and San Mateo offer. Before you …

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Bloom That!

Custom flowers, beautifully arranged and delivered in 90 minutes. Did you catch that? 90 minutes. And even better, the flowers are sourced locally in your destination city. If you’ve ordered flowers, you know it can take …

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Food Bloggers Descend on
San Mateo

With all the buzz about Rand McNally crowning San Mateo the “Best Small Town for Food,” it’s no wonder the restaurants were bustling on a recent Tuesday night. Among the crowd were a dozen top …

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Meet Block 34 in San Mateo

Block 34 is a kitchen and bar coming soon to downtown San Mateo. Chef Rick Richardson has spent the past 25 years working alongside Chef Hubert Keller at Keller's acclaimed French restaurant Fleur de Lys …

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Engaging in the worlds of
craft, art and design

There’s something fun percolating in San Francisco’s historic, industrial Dogpatch neighborhood. An inspired group has created The Workshop Residence, an artist studio with a residency program combined with a retail shop. And they’ll be in …

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Indian and Bento Box Spots
on the Peninsula

Whether you are in the mood to grab a bento box to go and have a picnic at Bay Meadows Park, dine al fresco on a perfect patio, or have your event catered with delicious …

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Head Downtown and Hunt for
Yarnbombs

What Is Yarn Bombing? Yarn bombing is a new type of street art that employs colorful displays of knitted or crocheted fiber rather than paint or chalk, and the concept spreading rapidly across the world.  …

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Heroes in Downtown San
Mateo

(Steve Jurvetson, of VC firm DFJ, in front of Draper University) Have you spotted any caped crusaders in Downtown San Mateo recently? If so you may have run across some of the innovative young students from …

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21 Reasons You’ll Want to
Shop the GOOD Night …

Join us on July 19th from 5:30-10:30pm for the Peninsula debut of Movies in the Meadow! This is no ordinary movie under the stars. Guests will enjoy a night market filled with local artisans, live …

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Solid Link Between
Transportation and Health

A few months ago we introduced you to the Taste and Talk Series, part of San Mateo’s Sustainable Streets Plan. Every month experts gather to discuss innovative and timely topics related to the development of …

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Meet Adam at Grape &
Grain

We love having such a dynamic downtown in San Mateo full of unique concept businesses. One of the most popular downtown neighbors we enjoy is Grape and Grain, a fun, interactive and casual space featuring …

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Meet Hsu-Lien, Marketing
Maven at our Local Whole …

Whole Foods San Mateo is (without at doubt) one of our favorite neighbors at Bay Meadows. With easy access by foot or bike, the convenient location makes last minute pick-up items or picking up the …

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Peninsula’s surging
economy about to get hotter

Connector, convener and contributor were the keywords that SAMCEDA (San Mateo County Economic Development Association) President and CEO Rosanne Foust ticked off to describe her organization’s roles as influencers on the Peninsula. Turns out SAMCEDA’s …

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Movies in the Meadow Debuts
on July 19th

Movies in the Meadow makes its debut on July 19th featuring Ferris Bueller’s Day off at Bay Meadows Park in San Mateo. This is no ordinary movie under the stars. Guests will enjoy a night …

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The Second Annual
Summerfest Returns to San Mateo …

Get ready to celebrate summer on B Street. The 2nd Annual Downtown San Mateo SummerFest is coming on Saturday & Sunday, June 21st & 22nd from 10am – 6pm. Enjoy a variety of signature summertime …

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Making Memories in
Miniature

It takes talented minds to create something innovative from an Xbox Kinnect scanner and a lazy Susan. Fortunately, three just such minds came together as students at UC Berkeley to create Twindom, a company set …

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San Mateo Central Park
Music Series Begins June 26

The City of San Mateo presents the Central Park Music Series every Thursday evening from 6:00pm to 8:00pm running from June 26, 2014 through August 14, 2014. Central Park is a San Mateo landmark with a beautiful …

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Sugar & Spun, A New
Spin on Cotton Candy

Sugar & Spun uses all natural, all organic, and raw ingredients and combines dried toppings and powders for unique fruity and savory cotton candy flavors. Kids at heart, Sugar & Spun hope to provide an …

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San Mateo’s GoPro Goes
Big

“Think it. See it. Do it.” This is the opening line in a letter from Nicholas Woodman, Founder and CEO of GoPro. And GoPro is doing just that. Described as a group who has “passionate …

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A game changing business
calls San Mateo home

You never know where inspiration for a great new idea will strike. In the shower, or while walking down the street. Sometimes the best idea arrives while performing the most mundane tasks. For Michael Dougherty and …

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Go Fly a Kite!

Magic happens at the end of a kite string. As you launch your kite and it lifts straight up, your heart leaps with it. San Mateo County has an enormous amount of beautiful open space …

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Meet Brandi Chalker of
Sunshine & Succulents

Sunshine & Succulents was founded in November 2012 by Brandi Chalker who creates custom succulent arrangements for individuals and institutions, and also teaches workshops so others can learn to enjoy plants to their fullest. She loves …

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Principles of the Playa
Fuel Innovation

(Stuart Mangrum, Michael Mikel, Ilana Lipsett, Dr. Mike North, Karen Cusolito) Joe’s Garage in downtown San Mateo has all the elements of a space primed for innovation. 1. It’s a garage. Don’t some of the world’s best tech innovations start …

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Join us to learn more about
edible flowers

Everyone enjoys a big, cheerful bouquet of flowers, but did you know that many of the flowers you know and love are also edible? It’s true – everything from roses and nasturtiums to violas and …

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Super Bowl L just got a
little closer to home

Get ready for state-of-the-art Levi's Stadium to play host in February 2016 and bring the Super Bowl back to the Bay Area for the first time since 1985. Super Bowl L will celebrate its 50th …

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Maker Faire Returns to San
Mateo May 17/18

Maker Faire comes to the San Mateo Events Center on May 17 and 18, just next door to Bay Meadows. Often called the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth it's a family-friendly festival of invention, …

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Burners, Startups Add Edge
to San Mateo Week

(From Maker Faire - photo courtesy Creative Commons, Daniel Hartwig) The City of San Mateo is getting creative. From May 12th – 16th, the City will host Innovation Week, a celebration of the spirit of productivity …

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Meet Mike, Bay Meadows
Resident Gardener

Meet Mike. Mike Irvine works with Star Apple Edible Gardens overseeing vegetable gardens for clients throughout the Bay Area, including small backyards, larger estates, and even a rooftop garden that feeds a tech company in …

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Five Trends Informing
Office Design Today

(Bay Meadows Station's Delaware Street) In competitive business regions such as New York, Seattle, Chicago and Silicon Valley, tapping talent is the name of the game. An attractive workplace can be the differentiator in ensuring today’s …

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From Bike Ride to
“Buy” Ride

Arnout and Hana Ter Schure are casual bicyclists who view two-wheel transport not as an athletic pursuit, but as a way to get around, to explore different neighborhoods and to relax. “We don’t need a …

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Join Bay Meadows for Bike
to Work Day 2014

Get ready to roll San Mateo… Join Bay Meadows on May 8 for the 20th annual Bay Area Bike to Work Day #BTWD2014!  One day each year, on a warm May morning, Silicon Valley Bicycle …

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Green Living Makes Good
Sense

Sustainability. Green building. Environmental well-being. These are terms we hear often these days and after a while, you might wonder exactly what it all means. Bay Meadows’ commitment to environmental sustainability is embedded in nearly everything we …

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Thank you for joining us at
Peace, Love and Green!

Thanks for joining us at last weekend’s Peace, Love and Green event.  The event was a perfect way to enjoy Bay Meadows Park and kick off Earth Day 2014. Attendees enjoyed incredible music, tasty food …

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San Mateo by the Numbers

There’s no question that San Mateo is among the most livable cities in the country. Easy transportation, plenty of open spaces, thriving businesses and a sense of community make it a great choice to live, …

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Scenic Devil’s Slide
Re-opens

A scenic stretch of the California coast was reopened last month for all to enjoy. The remote and undeveloped land, known as Devil’s Slide, was recently given a $2-million makeover to accommodate visitors, who are …

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All About Eggs

What is the saying? Spring showers bring May flowers? Well, the season also brings eggs and lots of ‘em. Here’s a few fun events, ideas and ways to decorate for spring this month: April 14th - …

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Zippgo – A Green
Business on the Move

Bay Meadows' Peace Love & Green Event is a great way to celebrate all things green in anticipation of Earth Day. Among many activities planned for the event, you'll find a variety of sustainable businesses showcasing …

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Enter to WIN a PUBLIC Bike

May is Bike Month. Get ready to roll on May 8th with the Bay Area Bike to Work Day 2014 #BTWD2014! Bike friendly is just the beginning of commitment to a sustainable lifestyle at Bay …

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“Parks Make Life
Better!” …and San Mateo …

At Bay Meadows we are all about building community, living green, and celebrating a healthy - active lifestyle. We recently caught up with Marcus Clarke at the City of San Mateo to ask him a …

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