Recent A&E Features

Friday, June 9, 2023

Arts briefs: 'Steel Magnolias,' PV Palooza, Freddy Jones Band

This weekend, get all the gossip at TheatreWorks' 'Steel Magnolias,' get your music festival fix at PV Palooza or find yourself 'In a Daydream' with Freddy Jones Band and two other free concerts at Palo Alto's Lytton Plaza.

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Thursday, June 8, 2023

Gallery House marks 65 years in Palo Alto

Founded in Palo Alto in 1958, Gallery House celebrates a milestone anniversary with a June 9 reception that also highlights its current show.

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Farm fresh and ready for pickup: Prepare for the Peninsula’s CSA season

Looking to connect with local farms? Eat more sustainably? Or just access some really fresh produce, meat and fish? One way to do all three is to subscribe to a CSA.

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Wednesday, June 7, 2023

'Celebrating Cultures' kicks off events marking Stanford Research Park's 70th anniversary

This Thursday, Stanford Research Park will host “Celebrating Cultures," the first event in its Summer Celebrations series honoring of the park's 70th anniversary.

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Friday, June 2, 2023

Bay Choral Guild brings 'Pacific Passions II' to the Bay Area

The Bay Choral Guild's spring concert, "Pacific Passions II" features an array of contemporary choral music from West Coast-based composers.

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Thursday, June 1, 2023

Woodside's Filoli kicks off Pride month with a weekend of performances and special events

June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month, and Filoli Historic House & Garden in Woodside is marking the occasion with a whole slew of Pride-themed performances, installations and more.

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Review: Mostly smooth sailing in West Bay Opera's 'Dutchman'

West Bay Opera's production of Wagner's The Flying Dutchman is a bit like an old muscle car: a little rough around the edges, but equipped with a powerful engine.

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Brisket nachos and boozy brunch: Six pop-up spots enriching the Peninsula's dining scene

From yakitori-grilled skewers prepared at local breweries to regionally ranked tacos in a Redwood City parking lot, there's an abundance of good food being made outside of traditional restaurant spaces on the Peninsula.

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Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Renovations further delay Stanford Theatre reopening

Fans of classic movies will have to wait a bit longer to catch their favorites on the big screen. The Stanford Theatre announced Tuesday that it will likely reopen in July or August rather than June, as initially projected.

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