"Addison joins Climate Strike"
The three fifth grade classrooms from Addison Elementary School walked to Palo Alto City Hall on Sept. 27 to deliver a packet of letters expressing their concerns about climate change. City Council member Alison Cormack joined them and engaged them in a great conversation. She then gave them a tour of the Council Chambers and explained how Council meetings work. Submitted by Jocelyn on Oct 15, 2019
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Food meets art: Jesse Cool reflects on closing the Cool Cafe at Stanford University's Cantor Arts Center after 20 years
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Focusing on the beauty of everyday life: Street photography by Paul Graham at Pace Gallery
A 16th-century painter inspired photographer Paul Graham to create The Seasons, a series of large-scale photos capturing everyday life in New York. The Seasons and other works by Graham are featured at Pace Gallery through Oct. 16. Thursday, 10:11 AM
Craving a 2-foot pizza? Pizzone serves Milan-style magic in Palo Alto
Pizzone is popping up with giant Milan-style pizza at Vina Enoteca restaurant in Palo Alto. Head there the next few Sundays for a 2-foot-wide pie that can "comfortably feed six adults," or a slice. Thursday, 5:09 PM
Community School of Music and Arts hosts a 'Salsa-cional' concert with El Grupo Sinigual
El Grupo Sinigual will take the stage at Mountain View's Community School of Music and Arts on Sept. 25, 7:30 p.m., for a concert dubbed "A Salsa-cional Saturday." Thursday, 2:02 PM
Silicon Valley Sculpture brings a unique perspective to second outing
The second annual Silicon Valley Sculpture fair takes place Sept. 24-26 at Menlo College in Atherton, featuring works by over 30 artists. Thursday, 2:46 PM
Striking a chord: East Palo Alto educator's new book finds harmony in Yo-Yo Ma's music
New York Times bestselling author Joanna Ho composes a story of unity and resonance in "Playing at the Border," which is set for release on Sept. 28. Friday, 8:40 AM
New book aims to encourage children to develop resilience, inner strength
With her children's book "Lioness E," Palo Alto author and activist Evelyne Keomian wants to encourage an important skill that's not commonly taught to kids: resilience. She has launched a Kickstarter to support production of the book. Thursday, 9:45 AM | 1 comments
'The Golden Voice of Cuba' comes to Woodside for special show
The evening of Sept. 25 offers a taste of Cuban culture at Woodside's Village Hub, in the form of a "Havana Night" dinner concert by renowned vocalist Argelia Fragoso. The event celebrates friendship between two cultures. Thursday, 9:49 AM | 1 comments
An advice columnist named Sugar dispenses sweet and salty counsel in 'Tiny Beautiful Things'
Los Altos Stage Company opens its season with "Tiny Beautiful Things," an intimate play that brings an advice columnist's correspondence to life. Presented in person through Oct. 3. Friday, 6:38 PM | 1 comments
With fall edition, Silicon Valley Open Studios 'reopens' for in-person visits
Silicon Valley Open Studios is resuming in-person visits for a fall edition that takes place over Sept. 18-19 and 25-26 at artists' studios throughout the Peninsula and South Bay. Visitors can meet artists and learn about their work. Thursday, 1:14 PM
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