"Palo Alto Street"
Frozen moment on the University Avenue, downtown Palo Alto. Submitted by Paul Gralen on Mar 18, 2013
An Alternative View
by Diana Diamond
The dual dilemma for students and adults – will working from home really work?
Jul 7, 2020 | 25 comments
by Chandrama Anderson
Stay Together or End the Relationship? Independence or Interdependence?
Jul 3, 2020 | 0 comments
by Elena Kadvany
Last year's Palo Alto Chili Cook-off winner, MB's Place, dishes on how to make the best chili
Jul 1, 2020 | 2 comments
What does fine dining look like during a pandemic?
The Village Pub reopened in Woodside in June. While many of the signature touches of the Michelin-starred restaurant are back, much has changed in the age of COVID-19. Wednesday, 10:36 AM | 2 comments
Pear's 'hybrid theater piece' reflects on relationships and current events
Thanks to an active group of writers creating original content, and the enthusiasm and experience of new Artistic Director Sinjin Jones, the Pear has come up with a new, innovative production. Tuesday, 9:17 AM
'Hershey Felder: Beethoven' livestream to benefit TheatreWorks Silicon Valley
Pianist, writer and performer -- and longtime TheatreWorks Silicon Valley favorite -- Hershey Felder will livestream a performance of his one-man show "Hershey Felder: Beethoven" on Sunday, July 12, at 5 p.m. Tuesday, 11:14 AM
One message told 16 ways: Artists behind Black Lives Matter mural ask what more will be done beyond street art
Right now, the public can visit Hamilton Avenue in front of City Hall to see a nearly 245-foot-long and 17-foot-tall vibrant street mural reflecting the global Black Lives Matter movement as seen through the eyes of 16 artists. Friday, 9:15 AM | 26 comments
Online summer cinema series highlights independent short films
On Sunday, July 5, Windrider Bay Area Film Forum will launch its new virtual summer series, which features weekly online screenings of inspirational independent short films, followed by filmmaker conversations. Tuesday, 4:27 PM
Palo Alto artist creates Triple El neighborhood murals
Cubberley Artist Studio Program member Martha Sakellariou has created temporary murals on neighborhood buildings with the hopes that the artwork will nurture a sense of connection. Tuesday, 11:11 AM | 3 comments
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