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Fury The new film from David Ayer, the writer of "Training Day" and the writer-director of "End of Watch," plays not entirely unlike one of those urban cop dramas transplanted to WWII's German front, circa April 1945. That's a good thing for "Fury," a thr...... Read the full review

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Gunn's Stephen Martin won a major decision at 182 to rally the Titans from a 22-12 deficit. Photo by Butch Garcia. Submitted by Palo Alto Online on Jan 24, 2014

 
 
 
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Learn the story of how Santa Clara County came to be the Silicon Valley, check out one-act plays directed by high school students and catch a movie at the Jewish Film Festival. Friday, 6:05 AM

The butcher, the baker
TheatreWorks sets Steven Sondheim's 1979 musical "Sweeney Todd" in WWII London in the midst of the blitz. Friday, 6:05 AM | 1 comments

An open book
For nearly 20 years, Palo Alto's Bay Area Book Artists has fostered a love of handmade books. Friday, 6:05 AM | 1 comments

The Grand Cru of wine shops
At Vin Vino, owner Victor Pugliese specializes in the wines of Burgundy but pours glasses for every palette. Friday, 6:06 AM

Shop Talk: Bloomies goes high-tech, Common Ground closes
A brand new Bloomingdale's opens at the Stanford Shopping Center, Mac's Smoke Shop and Gryphon Stringed Instruments celebrate big birthdays, and Mandarin Gourmet and Common Ground both close. Friday, 6:06 AM | 11 comments

Free and equal
Between Oct. 16 and 26, the United Nations Association Film Festival will screen more than 70 films from around the world that touch on issues from religious freedom and poverty to women's rights and immigration. Friday, 6:57 AM

Straight from the farm
All Christina Hildebrand wanted was a reliable source of raw milk for her daughter. Frustrated by the difficulty of finding the product, she built a business around it. Friday, 6:57 AM

Absurdly irresistible
Packed with music of brilliance, power and intensity, Giuseppe Verdi's 1853 masterpiece, "Il Trovatore" ("The Troubadour"), opens West Bay Opera's season next Friday, Oct. 17. Friday, 6:58 AM

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