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The Meddler In her new film "The Meddler," writer-director Lorene Scafaria encapsulates the essence of her lead character and the tone of the film within its opening moments. In her apartment, Marnie Minervini (Susan Sarandon) stares up at the ceiling in seemin...... Read the full review

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Pace makes it permanent
The venerable Cardinal Hotel in Palo Alto now boasts a blue-chip New York gallery that's bringing museum-quality art shows to the downtown area, including its inaugural exhibition by James Turrell. Thursday, 10:07 AM

The ghost of culture's past
A new play by Stanford University Artist-in-Residence Cherríe Moraga tackles some big topics: conquest and colonization; mother-daughter relationships; history and mythology; feminism; death and dying; time travel; and Alzheimer's disease. "The Mathematics of Love" will make its premiere this week, staged by the university's department of Theater and Performance Studies (TAPS). Wednesday, 11:17 AM

Time and talent
As it settles into its cozy, 28-seat downtown Palo Alto home at Hamilton Avenue and Cowper Street, Thyme doesn't necessarily need more talent in the kitchen. It needs more time. Thursday, 8:53 AM | 1 comments

Bridging the gap between art and science
Synapse School, a private school in Menlo Park, and Connect Community Charter School, a charter school in Redwood City, have partnered to create a 52-foot-long modular installation that translates data from music into art. Thursday, 11:20 AM

Worth a Look
Downtown Mountain View will transform into the Emerald Isle on Saturday, May 7, and Sunday, May 8, when it hosts the annual Silicon Valley Irish Fleadh. Wednesday, 1:13 PM

Sustainable seating
Colorful benches made from recycled propane tanks, on loan from East Bay artist Colin Selig, were installed at the corners of Emerson, Bryant, and Waverley at University Avenue in downtown Palo Alto this week. The eco-friendly seats will be in town for a year, according a press release from The City of Palo Alto Public Art Program. Thursday, 12:06 PM

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