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A&E Features

Summer movie lineup offers hope for theaters, something for everyone
Summer film season is back, with big-scale action and family movies but also counter-programming for those seeking something less noisy and more sophisticated. Film critic Peter Canavese breaks it all down, including streaming options. Thursday, 8:45 AM | 1 comments

How Stanford med student Grace D. Li is handling becoming a bestselling author overnight
Inspired by the real thefts of Chinese art from European museums, Stanford medical student Grace Li's "Portrait of a Thief" engages in the discussion regarding museums displaying artifacts taken from other countries. Friday, 9:21 AM | 1 comments

A guide to Peninsula farms that are open to visitors
From fruit picking to hanging out with barnyard animals, there are farms throughout the greater Peninsula area that provide visitors an opportunity to learn about ranch life. Saturday, 9:39 AM

Museum's Rancho Day explores local history of vaqueros
Families can learn about the local rancho period when the Los Altos History Museum hosts Rancho Day: Horsemanship in the Hills on May 28, an event that includes hands-on activities, performances and demonstrations. Thursday, 2:54 PM

A real-life Gilded Age whodunit
Evidence suggests Stanford University co-founder Jane Stanford died of poisoning in 1905. Author and historian Richard White looks at the long list of suspects in her murder -- and how the university may have covered it up. Wednesday, May 18, 6:20 PM | 13 comments

The latest Peninsula dining news: Naschmarkt opens, Tōno Coffee Project closes and Eataly sets opening date
The eagerly anticipated Eataly Silicon Valley, a three-story Italian food hall, has announced details about its opening. And in Palo Alto, a new Austrian restaurant has opened and a popular coffee pop-up has closed its doors. Friday, May 20, 8:43 AM

New film shares Peninsula woman's experience as a queer Asian American skateboarder

High tea, ice cream and coffee cart are some of the future offerings at Mademoiselle Colette's new Atherton cafe

How the Peninsula's pastrami experts at The Refuge were inspired by French fine dining

Palo Alto scavenger hunt sends players looking for clues citywide

Portraits by renowned photographer Gordon Parks on display at Cantor Arts Center


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