Violins of Hope

A priceless collection of 50 restored Holocaust-Era violins will debut on the West Coast starting January 16.


Heart of Gold

With Collective Hearts, Lisa Rueff is spreading the love, one heart at a time.


Championing Silicon Valley

John M. Hutar steps in as the new CEO of the San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Eat & Drink, People

Lens on Beauty

Caviar Meets Art: An elegant dinner at the de Young Museum

Fashion, People

Style Makers

Neiman Marcus buyer-turned-entrepreneur Sherri McMullen of Palo Alto and Oakland’s McMullen boutiques spotlights one of fashion’s rising stars.


Silicon Valley’s People Person

Arnnon Geshuri has an impressive résumé that includes stints at Applied Materials, E*Trade, Google, Tesla, and his current position as Chief People Officer at Mountain View-based healthcare company Livongo. In all these roles he’s been responsible for Silicon Valley’s most important asset: the people behind the cutting-edge technology that’s having such a big impact on the way we live and work.


Fashion 20/20

In this New Year, Resort 2020 collections offer style inspiration.

Homes, People

Curating Now

Caroline Scott Low of CSL Art Consulting not only helps her Silicon Valley clients navigate the world of art, but also helps them build collections that they love.

Homes, People

Quiet Sophistication

Award-winning interior designer Lisa Staprans creates a multi-generational dream home for a Silicon Valley family.

Eat & Drink, People

Beyond Brunch

Co-founders Kristina Compton and Rachel Sillcocks are bringing “breakfast without boundaries” to San Francisco with pop-up restaurant Hilda and Jesse.

Eat & Drink

Winter Warm-Up

Michel Mina’s latest, Bourbon Pub Northstar, is open for bites, drinks, and entertainment year-round.


Leading by Example

For the last 15 years, Gentry has spotlighted the extraordinary women who help make Silicon Valley tick. Each year, their stories manage to raise the bar, and this year is no exception. As contributors Emily Heitmann and Robin Hindery checked in with women at the top of their game, one through line rang especially true: these women all had a clear vision of where they were going—and they have more than arrived.

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