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Daddy's Home 2
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Daddy's Home 2 "We're back! With more daddies!" This trailer-ready line gets spoken early in "Daddy's Home Two," a lazy family comedy sequel (and is there any other kind?). Along with co-writer/director Sean Anders, the cast of 2015's "Daddy's Home" returns, now en...... Read the full review

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Digital DNA, Go Mama voted out
Digital DNA, the 7-foot-tall egg-shaped sculpture made of computer circuit boards installed in Lytton Plaza, will be deaccessioned (removed from the city's public-art collection), the Public Art Commission voted last night. Friday, 9:44 AM | 28 comments

Joie de 'Play!'
"Play!," a vibrant and interactive art exhibition focused on the concept of playfulness, is on display at the Palo Alto Art Center through Dec. 29. Wednesday, 9:35 AM

Tempting Thai
Tom and Chutima Vongampai have operated Thai restaurants in the South Bay and Midpeninsula for over 25 years. Opened in 2016, Aroy Thai Bistro in Palo Alto is their ninth, and according to Tom Vongampai, their signature restaurant. Thursday, 12:21 PM

'Dorky' delights
You've probably heard the one about the three little pigs. But how about the three little hedgehogs, co-narrated by an indignant puppet with a posh British accent, given a slapstick spin and delivered at a brisk pace? Wednesday, 9:02 AM

'Peter Pan' never gets old
Charming and nostalgic, "Peter Pan" is a great choice for families seeking some good old-fashioned entertainment this season. Wednesday, 9:57 AM | 1 comments

Hewlett Foundation announces grant winners
Ten Bay Area nonprofit organizations, including Mountain View's Community School of Music and Arts, will receive grants of $150,000 to commission new musical compositions in genres including chamber, electronic, jazz, opera, and hip hop, the Menlo Park based William and Flora Hewlett Foundation announced this week. Tuesday, 2:50 PM

German immersion

Theater review: 'It Can’t Happen Here'