Nicola Yoon's YA romance novel "Everything, Everything" proffered a canny allegory for teenage girls: parents not letting you do anything resembles having a disease that keeps you housebound. Heroine Madeline Whittier has SCID (Severe Combined Immuno...... Read the full review
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The Food Party!
by Laura Stec
Cherry Brie Quesadilla with Raspberry Chipotle Sauce and Heart Garnish
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Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength . . .
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Art gets interactive
Activated alleyways, a sensory garden, a murmur wall and a cave of wonders, among other attractions, will emerge in downtown Palo Alto June 1-3, when the city hosts its first Code:ART festival. Wednesday, 9:49 AM
For some restaurants, family meal is more than just dinner. The tradition is central to the culture of their kitchens. Thursday, 11:41 AM
Shop Talk: College Terrace Market to open, flower shop could close
In this week's Shop Talk column, read about the upcoming opening of the College Terrace Market, the potential closure of a 72-year-old flower shop and other retail news. Thursday, 12:18 PM | 2 comments
The joy of uke
"When you pick up the ukulele, it brings out the inner child in you. It makes you want to say, 'That looks like fun, let me try it,'" according to uke superstar Jake Shimabukuro. He'll perform for local fans at the Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto on May 25. Wednesday, 9:39 AM | 1 comments
Bay Choral Guild celebrates the Bard
Inspired by the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death, Sanford Dole, artistic director of the Bay Choral Guild, has created a spring program that celebrates four centuries of choral music. Thursday, 9:06 AM
West Bay Opera stages a 'Salome' for our times
It's a story set in biblical times, familiar to people the world over. But its ancient backdrop doesn't make the story that unfolds in the opera "Salome," as staged by West Bay Opera beginning this weekend, any less relevant to today's world.
Wednesday, 9:54 AM