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Friday, May 17, 2019
Tucked away in the northeast end of the Stanford University campus and sequestered behind construction fencing for the past several years, the 82-year-old Frost Amphitheater is reopening on May 18, with the 2019 Frost Music & Arts FestFriday, 2:36 PM | No comments yet
Shakespeare nerds -- and here I include myself -- will drink deeply from "All is True," a new work of historical fiction about the great playwright's "retirement" years.Friday, 2:31 PM | No comments yet
Friday, May 10, 2019
Henry Yu and Frank McConnell have spent the last two months sorting through boxes and crates filled with vinyl records.Friday, 6:18 PM | No comments yet
Some of photographer Irving Penn's best work from the Summer of Love era is on display at Pace Gallery in Palo Alto.Friday, 6:17 PM | No comments yet
Pear Theatre has outdone itself, overall, with "Pear Slices 2019," its annual adventure into new one-act plays.Friday, 6:15 PM | No comments yet
The Los Altos History Museum last weekend debuted a new exhibit to educate visitors about Silicon Valley's rich food and farming culture, both past and present.Friday, 6:14 PM | No comments yet
"Pokémon: Detective Pikachu" brings the gigantic global video and card game/anime/comic-book franchise to the big screen in a big way, but it feels more like a sales pitch than a fully realized story.Friday, 6:12 PM | No comments yet
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