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Thursday, October 14, 2021

Seeing stars: Peninsula restaurants shine in the 2021 Michelin Guide

Out of more than 500 listees, the Michelin Guide included dozens of restaurants on the Peninsula and surrounding area in its 2021 California edition, the first since 2019.

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Earthwise Productions hosts a free show with singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier

Singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier performs a free outdoor concert Oct. 17 in Palo Alto, where she'll perform songs from her latest album, which were co-written with military veterans about their experiences.

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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

The Zoppé Family Circus carries on a centuries-old tradition

Having survived multiple wars and two pandemics, the Zoppé Circus is celebrating its 12th anniversary in Redwood City, with "La Vita Nuova," a show created especially for the community. The circus will be in town through Nov. 21.

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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

A shy hero's quest for love may end up saving the world in 'Lizard Boy'

Music is the superpower that a trio of cast members shares in "Lizard Boy," an indie folk-rock musical playing in person and streaming at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley through Oct. 31.

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Thursday, October 7, 2021

Farm to latte: Palo Alto's Progeny Coffee brews a new approach to your cup of joe

The founders of Progeny Coffee in Palo Alto spent years studying the coffee supply chain and found a broken system. They hope to shift the financial tides of the industry to benefit those growing everyone's morning brew.

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Instagrammable eateries: The original art of Silicon Valley's photogenic restaurants

Here on the Peninsula, we have a special place in our hearts (and stomachs) for restaurants that go big on art-oriented interiors.

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Art center hosts hybrid community day to explore 'Art of Disability Culture' show

The Palo Alto Art Center hosts an online and in-person community day highlighting its current exhibition, "The Art of Disability Culture" on Oct. 10. The event features exhibit tours, performances and activities.

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Innovative trumpeter Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah brings 'stretch jazz' to Stanford Live

Jazz trumpeter and composer Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah brings his deft blend of jazz, modern hip-hop and ancient diasporic rhythms to Stanford's Bing Concert Hall on Saturday, Oct. 9 in a show presented by Stanford Live.

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A new hero comes to town in 'Lizard Boy' at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

Not all heroes wear capes -- some are covered head-to-toe in scales, like the title character of the new indie folk-rock musical "Lizard Boy," playing in-person and via video streaming at TheatreWorks through Oct. 31.

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Wednesday, October 6, 2021

An interactive ancient ruin is the centerpiece of Palo Alto's Code:ART new media festival

"Paleo​al​​to," an installation populated by colorful life forms that visitors can interact with, will appear in downtown Palo Alto's Lytton Plaza Oct. 7-9 as part of the city of Palo Alto's Code:ART digital media festival.

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Monday, October 4, 2021

No average bears here: Local artists 'dress' unique statues up for auction in Los Altos

Since May, 54 hand-painted fiberglass bears decorated by local artists have been bringing cheer to downtown Los Altos. The bears will be sold in a virtual auction Oct. 9.

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