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Waves The new drama "Waves" goes out on Alabama Shakes' "Sound and Color," giving summative voice to writer-director Trey Edward Shults' dramatic and stylistic intentions: "This life ain't like it was/Sound and color/I wanna touch a human being/Sound and c...... Read the full review

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A 'Pride' premiere to be proud of
Paul Gordon's new musical adaptation of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" delights in Palo Alto. Wednesday, 3:08 PM | 1 comments

Eight natural wines to drink right now on the Peninsula
From a cabernet sauvignon-petit sirah blend made in a garage in Yolo County to an orange Georgian wine, here are five local experts' picks for natural wine they're excited about. Wednesday, 10:33 AM | 1 comments

Jan Brett brings her whimsical world to Palo Alto
Author-illustrator Jan Brett, who has drawn in fans for her combination of simple-yet-clever storylines and richly detailed animal artwork, will be presenting her newest book, "The Tale of The Tiger Slippers," on Sunday, Dec. 15. Wednesday, 10:07 AM | 1 comments

Pear production asks, 'Are you Madame Bovary?'
"You/Emma," an imaginative adaptation of "Madame Bovary," riffs on 19th-century French romanticism, bringing it into the present with contemporary parallels. Tuesday, 10:43 AM

Swanky Selby's serves steakhouse classics to the monied set
At Selby's, the newest addition to Bacchus Management Group's empire of upscale eateries, some dishes were beautifully executed while others inspired quizzical expressions around our table. Thursday, 1:07 PM | 5 comments

Sinjin Jones to become Pear Theatre's new artistic director

Marking 'the marvels and mysteries' of winter

Los Altos Stage Company produces a radio 'Miracle'

Pop-up artisan market returns to downtown Mountain View

Nuts about 'The Nutcracker'?


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