Recent A&E Features

Friday, January 14, 2022

15 Peninsula sandwiches we're craving now

We enjoy a good sandwich as a perfectly self-contained, hand-held meal or a decadent indulgence accompanied by a stack of napkins. These Peninsula sandwiches satisfy from bread to filling, layer by layer.

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Where to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Many local nonprofits and other groups are hosting mostly virtual events, plus a couple in person, to honor the civil rights leader.

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What will dining look like on the Peninsula in 2022?

From cross-cultural innovation to more casual fine dining, here's what to watch for in the new year.

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Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Making waves: Artist Danielle Eubank captures the world's oceans on canvas

Over the past 20 years, artist Danielle Eubank has sailed the world's oceans and captured the experiences in abstract paintings. "Boundless," a show of Eubank's recent work, is on view at Pamela Walsh Gallery through Jan. 22.

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Monday, January 10, 2022

Vintage cookbook features a dish from Mountain View's Gemello Winery

Great cooking specialties often are named for places of origin. Here's the story of one you may never have heard of: Mountain View veal with eggplant.

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Friday, January 7, 2022

Virtual talk highlights Living with Lions

Woodside Arts & Culture Committee hosts its first Virtual First Friday of 2022 on Jan. 7 featuring a talk by Laurence Frank, project director of Living with Lions.

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Gamble Garden's Second Saturday program makes a splash

The Second Saturday program "Inspired by Water" on Jan. 8 offers fun, splashy activities for kids and tours of Gamble Garden's watershed and rain gardens for grownups.

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Thursday, January 6, 2022

The best, the worst and the most memorable movies of 2021

It was the best of films, it was the worst of times. 2021 was a terrible year for humanity, but -- cold comfort though it may be -- a wonderful year for cinema (perversely, alas, not for cinemas). Here's critic Peter Canavese's top 10.

Thursday, 10:36 AM | No comments yet

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