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Thursday, March 21, 2019

Stay for the dumplings

A tiny hole-in-the-wall restaurant three doors down from El Camino Real on Broadway Street in Redwood City, i Dumpling serves genuine, homemade northern Chinese dumplings and a small selection of other dishes.

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What's new in Midpeninsula dining

We've got the details on the eateries that have closed, opened and are headed to the Midpeninsula this year.

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'Cubberley Stock' art event planned for March 24

Palo Alto's Public Art Program, in partnership with Oakland-based artist/chef Lexa Walsh, will host "Cubberley Stock," a community event supporting local art, on Sunday, March 24, at 6 p.m. at Cubberley Community Center.

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Cantor installation explores the multiverse

Artist Josiah McElheny current installation at the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University is a metal, glass and light representation of theories of the multiverse.

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'Sojourn' premiere is less-than-stellar

The good news about "Sojourn," which just had its world premiere at The Pear Theatre in Mountain View, is that it has a really good, five-person cast.

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Say 'hallelujah' to 'Marie and Rosetta'

Musical icons abound in the pantheon of rock 'n' roll, but like so many brilliant African-American trailblazers in the roots of American music, Sister Rosetta Tharpe has been forgotten by many. Until now.

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Go, go to 'Joseph'

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," when done well, is a ridiculously colorful, humorous and melodic spectacular that retells the biblical story of Joseph as a gleeful pop-rock opera. Broadway By the Bay's current production fits the bill to perfection.

Thursday, 2:28 PM | No comments yet
Just the two of 'Us'

What will surely be the single-most commonly cited moment of "Us" is when a dumbfounded American dad asks psychopathic home invaders, "What are you people?" and they answer: "We're Americans." It's a punchline and a promise of scary, but satirical, social commentary in Jordan Peele's follow-up to his smash success "Get Out."

Thursday, 2:23 PM | No comments yet

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Bride's side

The new so-called thriller "The Wedding Guest" plods along with a minimum of character development and chemistry between its leads.

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Friday, March 15, 2019

M-A stages 'The Man Who Came to Dinner'

"The Man Who Came to Dinner," a Broadway comedy about a radio personality who recuperates in a small town in Ohio after a fall, will be presented at Menlo-Atherton High School during the weekends of March 15-17 and March 22-24.

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'Mamma Mia!' comes to Woodside High

With a live orchestra and a cast of 49 students acting, singing and dancing, Woodside High School is bringing "Mamma Mia!" to the big stage for two weekends in March.

Friday, 3:16 PM | No comments yet

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