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The Stanford Prison Experiment
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The Stanford Prison Experiment "Male college students needed for psychological study of prison life. $15 per day for 1-2 weeks..." As depicted in the docudramatic film, "The Stanford Prison Experiment," 75 Stanford University students responded to this ad in the summer of 1971, an...... Read the full review

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"Homestead at Palo Alto"
Palo Alto's Alison Lu assisted on the Vikings' third goal. Photo by Al Chang. Submitted by Palo Alto Online on Jan 23, 2014

 
 
 
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Past jail time
Bay Area "hyphy" rap duo the Hoodstarz grew up in East Palo Alto and Menlo Park. After running in to trouble with the law, they've shifted gears and now focus on music, entrepreneurial ventures and community service. Wednesday, 4:32 PM | 1 comments

A&E Digest: New public art approved, Redwood City gets spruced up
Palo Alto's Public Art Commission approves new art installations for City Hall's King Plaza, Mountain View's Community School of Music and Arts receives a major grant, Redwood City beautifies its downtown area and more. Tuesday, 10:39 AM | 4 comments

Comedy of bad manners
In Nol Coward's 1925 comedy, "Hay Fever," an eccentric English family's lack of social graces proves a bit much for its weekend guests. The work is part of Stanford Repertory Theater's 2015 Summer Festival. Wednesday, 4:49 PM

I'm melting
From pulpy paletas to boozy "poptails" to all-natural icy desserts made from fresh produce, 'tis the season for Popsicles. Thursday, 10:07 AM

An engineer in the spotlight
Chief biomedical engineer, actor, singer, dancer and entertainer. It's an uncommon rsum, but one that describes Ray D'Ambrosio well. Wednesday, 1:18 PM

Aquarius Theatre reopens
After more than three months of closure for remodeling, downtown Palo Alto's Aquarius Theatre, at 430 Emerson St., will reopen this Friday, July 24. Wednesday, 11:35 AM

Worth a Look: Jewish Film Fest, swing dance party and more
This week, dust off your dancing shoes for a night of swing at the Bing, catch the SF Jewish Film Festival on the Midpeninsula and more. Thursday, 9:46 AM

Franz Schubert, music's 'first romantic'
This year's Music@Menlo festival, which runs from July 17 to Aug. 8, focuses on Schubert: his best-known chamber works, his well-loved lieder and piano pieces, his life and his place in music history. Thursday, 11:16 AM

A&E Digest: Palo Alto Art Commission works on master plan and more
Palo Alto's Public Art Commission works to develop a master plan, the Aquarius Theatre prepares to reopen and more. Monday, 10:14 AM

Singing at your supper
Mountain View's Vaso Azzurro distinguishes itself with quality Italian dishes, large portions, reasonable prices, attentive service and even a staff that sings to you. Thursday, 1:08 PM | 1 comments

Worth a Look: Music, Arts & BBQ Festival and more
This week, head down to Redwood City's Music, Arts & BBQ Festival; catch "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" at Los Altos Stage Co. and more. Thursday, 12:17 PM

Haunting and wholehearted
The dramatic new musical, "Triangle," uses the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire of 1911 as the background context for a pair of love stories. Thursday, 11:59 AM

 

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