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Recent A&E Features

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

'Reaching for the Sky' opens at Art Ventures

Woodside artist Jim Caldwell's exhibition of California landscape painting, titled "Reaching for the Sky," will be on view at Art Ventures Gallery Aug. 6 through Sept. 15.

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Screen time with Shakespeare

San Francisco Shakespeare Festival (SF Shakes) is still bringing free Shakespeare to the people, with a production of "King Lear" streaming live each weekend via YouTube.

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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Palo Alto teen starts music organization for COVID-19 relief

A Palo Alto high school student has developed a new, and melodic, way for parents to keep fidgety and stir-crazy kids occupied during quarantine.

Tuesday, 11:31 AM | 1 comment
Popular family event series re-launches with the 'Happiness of Apples'

Gamble Garden reimagines its Second Saturday series with an event that blends online programs with in-person visits in which participants tour the garden at their own pace.

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Talk highlights bringing history home at Filoli

​Filoli curator Julie Bly DeVere discusses a current restoration project at Filoli in an online talk presented by the Woodside Arts & Culture Committee.

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Monday, August 3, 2020

Palo Alto teen starts music organization for COVID-19 relief

A Palo Alto high school student has developed a new, and melodic, way for parents to keep fidgety and stir-crazy kids occupied during quarantine.

Monday, 3:58 PM | 1 comment
Despite opposition, Chick-fil-A lands in Redwood City with long lines

Despite some initial controversy, a franchise of fast food chain Chick-fil-A is now open for takeout at 536 Whipple Ave. in Redwood City.

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Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Events mark anniversaries of Hiroshima, Nagasaki bombings with hopes for peace

Several local organizations are offering ways to remember and reflect on the Hiroshima and Nagasaki anniversaries with events that highlight hopes for peace.

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Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Artists' guild hosts online ceramics and glass sale

This year's Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival and many similar events may have been canceled due to COVID-19, but there are still some creative ways to enjoy art and support artists this summer.

Tuesday, 7:42 PM | 1 comment
Promoter Danny Scher looks back on his local music legacy

If you've been to an event at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, you're already familiar with Danny Scher's music-industry legacy.

Tuesday, 4:51 PM | 1 comment
When jazz royalty came to Paly: Monk's long-lost record (nearly) goes public

Jazz fans looking forward to this week's release of a new album by Thelonious Monk are in for some bad news.

Tuesday, 4:49 PM | 8 comments

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