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Colossal clay
The Palo Alto Art Center will show clay's bigger picture this summer with "Fired Up: Monumental Clay," an eclectic exhibition of large-scale ceramic work. Wednesday, 11:41 AM

Future uncertain for Stanford Art Spaces
In March it was announced that, due to administrative and budget changes, Stanford Art Spaces would no longer receive funding from System X Alliance (formerly the Center for Integrated Systems), leaving its future in jeopardy. Thursday, 10:38 AM | 2 comments

A passion for the finer things
Jarad Gallagher, 38, has been the chef at Chez TJ for the past four years, and unlike the majority of his predecessors, he says he's there to stay. Thursday, 12:09 PM

Shop Talk: Palo Alto Breakfast House closes and more
This week's column features news on Palo Alto Breakfast House's closure, as well as a mysterious bake shop that might open in the breakfast place's spot. And family-owned-and-operated Edwards Luggage prepares to celebrate 70 years. Thursday, 12:20 PM | 3 comments

Worth a Look
Artists Laurie Shelton and Anne Lamborn will present their joint exhibition, "Fabulous Flora & Fauna'," beginning June 28 at Gallery House, 320 South California Ave., Palo Alto. Thursday, 11:21 AM

Downtown Palo Alto's summer concert series returns July
Every Thursday evening, starting in July, music will be flowing into the streets from King Plaza in front of Palo Alto City Hall when Music on the Plaza kicks off. Thursday, 9:31 AM

Art in Action establishes new scholarship fund
The Menlo Park nonprofit Art in Action, which provides in-school visual-art education to more than 220 elementary and middle schools, announced last week the establishment of the Judy Sleeth Scholarship Fund, which will allow the organization to accept applications from schools new to the program. Tuesday, 2:19 PM

Fun in the sun
It's hard not to have fun at Quinto Sol in downtown Redwood City, which emphasizes foods from the owner-family's native Puebla, Mexico, but also serves Mexican-American standards like nachos and burritos. Thursday, 12:34 PM

Director of Stanford's Cantor Arts Center resigns
Connie Wolf, director of Stanford University's Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford since 2012, has resigned from her position. Friday, 11:47 AM | 2 comments

Sibling silliness
Gloom, doom and insecurities that reach comedic proportions plague three middle-aged siblings in Christopher Durang's farce "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike," which the Palo Alto Players premiered at the Lucie Stern Theater on June 10 (performances continue through June 26). Wednesday, 2:39 PM

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