Dave Massolo's photography will be on display at Gallery 9 in Los Altos during the
month of January. The professional photographer focuses on form, space and color in his current series
of photographs, which includes landscapes and other subjects from his travels. The exhibition is open Tuesday to Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, from noon to 4 p.m. Go to
'Waste Not; No Waste, What?'
Is simplifying your life one of your New Year's resolutions? Learn about the future of
waste and how to reduce it in your life with Angie Coiro, who will be leading a panel discussion with
Dan Knapp, founder and CEO of Urban Ore Inc., a materials recovery facility; and Bea Johnson, author
of Zero Waste Home, on In Deep Radio Live at Kepler's in Menlo Park. The event, which is free to the
public, is on Wednesday, Jan. 13, at noon. Go to keplers.com/event.
Seventeen-year-old singer/songwriter Katie Kilcullen will perform at Angelica's Bistro in
Redwood City on Sunday, Jan. 10, at 7:30 p.m. The San Mateo resident has been writing songs since
she was 11. To preview her music, visit Kilcullen's SoundCloud page at soundcloud.com/katie-
kilcullen. There you can listen to five recently recorded songs, which will be released on her debut EP,
"Blank Canvas." Tickets for the dinner show cost $14 online and $20 at the door. Go to angelicasllc.com/event.
Improv for all
Interested in the art of improv? Learn the basics from Terry Sandke in this two-hour
workshop at the Dragon Theatre in downtown Redwood City on Tuesday evenings, 7-9 p.m., through
Feb. 9. All skill levels are welcome. Sandke, who has been teaching improv at Dragon Productions
since 2007, will lead small groups in games to create characters and stories on the fly. The six-week
course costs $200 (about $33 a session). Go to dragonproductions.net.
'Speed and Power'
See how innovations in travel have woven themselves into art at the Cantor Arts Center
exhibit "Speed and Power" through March 21. The free exhibition looks at how artists have represented
the effect of trains, planes and automobiles on modern life. To learn more, go to museum.stanford.edu.
'Hijinks of the High Baroque'
San Francisco-based baroque ensemble Musica Pacifica will explore two contretemps in
the high baroque musical scene in Europe at a concert at All Saints Episcopal Church in Palo Alto on
Sunday, Jan 10. Performers include Judith Linsenberg, recorder; Elizabeth Blumenstock, violin; David
Morris, viola da gamba; and Katherine Heater, harpsichord. Tickets cost $30, $25 for seniors and $12
for students. Go to brownpapertickets.com/event/2480096.
SEE MORE ONLINE
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