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Sleeping with Other People "Men and women can't be friends," says the sassy BFF. "It's the 21st century," the leading lady replies. And so the 21st-century romantic comedy tips its hat to the 20th-century rom-com that inspired it. Writer-director Leslye Headland has called her...... Read the full review

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In the Virunga Mountains amid the Amahoro mountain gorillas, Ubumwe watches over his family. Submitted by Liz Hadly on Aug 28, 2012

A&E Features

Worth a Look: Climbing films, comedy festival and more
This week, check out the REEL ROCK climbing film festival in Mountain View, catch comedians Amy Schumer and Aziz Ansari and hear novelist Andy Weir discuss his hit sci-fi book, "The Martian." Wednesday, 3:36 PM

Through my ears
For much of the month of October, playwright and performer Anna Deavere Smith will be in residence at Stanford University. Thursday, 11:07 AM

A&E Digest: Stanford unveils McMurtry Building and more
In recent arts news, Stanford has unveiled the new home of the Department of Art and Art History -- the McMurtry Building -- while both the Palo Alto Art Center and Art in Action have received significant grants for their work in arts and education. Thursday, 3:33 PM

Merchants go public with Meet The Street
Call it a block party that the whole city is invited to attend. Palo Alto will kick off its inaugural Meet The Street event on Oct. 8 from 5-9 p.m., with food, fashion, music and more. Thursday, 12:12 PM

Turn me on
Three-month old Turn Bar & Grill in Los Altos specializes in upscale American comfort food. Wednesday, 4:07 PM | 1 comments

In His Majesty's service
In her 2009 play, currently presented by Redwood City's Dragon Theatre, Liz Duffy Adams offers a window into the adventuresome existence of 17th-century English playwright Aphra Behn. Wednesday, 3:50 PM

Sweat for a cause
Slather on your sunscreen, grab your bike and pull on your yoga pants for the 7th Annual Ride & Yoga for Ravenswood this Sunday, October 11. Wednesday, 5:00 PM

All that jazz
After five years of waiting, Woodside Community Theatre is finally putting on "Chicago." Thursday, 10:16 AM

Return to the Cosmere
Travel with Brandon Sanderson to his fictional universe, the Cosmere, when the fantasy writer appears at Kepler's Books this Friday, Oct. 9. Tuesday, 2:33 PM

Worth a Look: Mobile Arts Platform, nature paintings and more
This week, check out nature paintings by Palo Alto artist Naomi Mindelzun, share your thoughts about public art at the Mobile Arts Platform and hear bestselling novelist Margaret Atwood speak in Redwood City. Thursday, 10:41 AM

Shop Talk: The Nest comes to Palo Alto
The Nest boutique hotel comes to Palo Alto's El Camino Real, bringing the tally to four new hotels in the region this year. Thursday, 11:21 AM | 6 comments

Beauty in the beast
Palo Alto photographer Michael Kern's "abstract reality" series presents snakes, spiders, frogs and birds in an unfamiliar light. Wednesday, 4:49 PM

Sushi galore
Two-year-old Odori Sushi and Teppanyaki specializes in super fresh, glistening slabs of fish. Thursday, 10:54 AM

Leap into Fall Arts
We've sorted through hundreds of arts events to bring you some of this fall's finest arts happenings. Read on for our top picks in each genre, plus a shortlist of other productions, screenings, readings and exhibitions worth catching. Thursday, 3:59 PM

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