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'Inside the art'
High-tech digital installations with traditional Japanese influences are on display in "Living Digital Space and Future Parks," the new exhibition at Pace Art + Technology, a pop-up space for the New York-based Pace Gallery. The gallery, located at Tesla's former dealership in Menlo Park, will present the large-scale exhibition by the Japanese art collective teamLab beginning Feb. 6 and continuing through July 1. Thursday, 10:07 AM
Dinner with a side of quirk
It didn't take long to realize that Bird Dog is not the kind of restaurant Palo Alto sees very often. The restaurant, which opened at 420 Ramona St. in November, offers big-city sophistication with a hefty dose of quirkiness. Thursday, 12:12 PM
Somewhere in the middle
The mundane and the cosmic are side by side in Los Altos Stage Company's production of "Middletown," which creates a quiet place for contemplation through its portrayal of small-town life. Thursday, 11:34 AM
Worth a Look
The work of students and faculty from the Community School of Music and Arts' Art4Schools Program will be on display at an annual art exhibit in the Mountain View City Hall Rotunda, 500 Castro St., through Feb. 26, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The free exhibition features more than 500 pieces of artwork (based on the "fur, fins and feathers" theme) from more than 20 local elementary schools. Thursday, 11:12 AM
3-D light shows return to Redwood City
Magic Lantern 3-D light shows, which last year transformed Redwood City's Courthouse Square into a dazzling display of animation, colors, and music, will return on Tuesday evenings starting Feb. 9. Wednesday, 3:14 PM
They are in a play!
Parents, children's literature fans, and well-read local kids are likely familiar with the work of Mo Willems. His style is a blend of simple-yet-expressive animal characters with clever, quippy and emotionally resonant dialogue. In my house, the favorite is his "Elephant & Piggie" series, which is now presented at Palo Alto Children's Theatre in the form of "Elephant & Piggie's 'We Are In A Play!'" Sunday, 5:32 PM | 1 comments