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Thursday, November 30, 2023
If you're hoping to find cozy dining and/or sipping destinations with a warm glow, you may want to give these a try.Thursday, 2:55 PM | 1 comment
When you walk into the new Mademoiselle Colette bakery-cafe in Atherton, you are greeted with pastel greens, handmade wallpaper and white marble in this pocket-sized gem, which finally opened after nearly a year of delays.Thursday, 12:56 PM | No comments yet
This week, catch a new take on "The Jungle Book," get cheerful with "Elf The Musical," hear steel drums at The Guild, see a world-premiere musical of "The Velveteen Rabbit" and bask in "A Candlelit Homecoming" choral concert.Thursday, 10:52 AM | No comments yet
Wednesday, November 29, 2023
To listen to Los Altos-raised musician Margo Cilker's latest album is to travel down a trail with a seasoned rambler; to hear a fresh voice with an old soul; and to reckon with nostalgia both real and imagined.Wednesday, 4:55 PM | 2 comments
Wednesday, November 22, 2023
Qualia Contemporary Art founder Dacia Xu recently moved the gallery, which she opened in downtown Palo Alto in 2020, to a larger space a few blocks away. The gallery opened its inaugural show in the new location earlier this month.Wednesday, 2:23 PM | No comments yet
Tuesday, November 21, 2023
Nathan Tokunaga fronts jazz group Nathan's Fearless Five. The group, which began as a way to raise funds for New Orleans musicians' health care, are now musicians in residence at the Rinconada Library, with their next show Nov. 25.Tuesday, 5:44 PM | No comments yet
Want to celebrate the holidays while supporting your favorite local eateries? From makers markets to cookie-decorating workshops, there are events fit for everyone's wish list. Here's a roundup of food-centric holiday happenings.Tuesday, 12:12 PM | No comments yet
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