Recent A&E Features

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

The art of questioning

What is a city? It's a question Palo Alto residents and visitors may find themselves facing -- literally -- in the coming weeks.

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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

From jazz to raga

It took nine years for Mountain View musician Charles Lloyd to master the sitar. Now, he has the chance not only to perform in front of a live audience, but also to pay public respect to his teacher.

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Friday, September 26, 2014

The Ecstasy of Embodiment

Programmers, entrepreneurs, academics and artists alike flock to Ecstatic Dance Palo Alto to discover the healing powers of dance and the hidden connections between their bodies and their minds.

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Doing good with food

Foodanthropy has arrived in Palo Alto.
It's not some trendy new hybrid dessert, but rather, the marriage of two worlds -- food and philanthropy -- in an unusual new downtown restaurant.

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Worth a Look

This week, celebrate autumn at the historic Filoli estate, check out unusual family portraits at the Palo Alto Art Center, and revel in the beauty of classical Indian dance at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts.

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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

A&E Digest

The Cantor Arts Center expands its hours, the City of Palo Alto announces the relaunch of its artists in residence program, and PA Art Center Director Karen Kienzle receives a national honor.

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Friday, September 19, 2014

Where pizza calls, lasagna answers

Southern Italian cuisine mostly shines at Doppio Zero, but pizza isn't the real star.

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Shop Talk

New snack shop opens at Stanford Mall, Elements Massage comes to Edgewood and Coupa Café hosts an evening devoted to women's rights.

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Worth a Look

Immerse yourself in the surreal, Lewis Carroll-inspired electronic music festival Beyond Wonderland, enjoy a concert by piano virtuoso Agustín Anievas, or check out an original theater production inspired by scraps of paper left in library books.

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A comedy of despairs

Director Jeanie K. Smith tackles the English playwright's farcical diptych production, with satisfying results.

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Stanford unveils the Anderson Collection

This Sunday, September 21, Stanford University will host a grand opening for the Anderson Collection, a new museum of Modern and contemporary American art collected over more than 50 years.

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Karen Joy Fowler to speak at Kepler's

The author of the New York Times bestselling novel "The Jane Austen Book Club," Fowler is the first American woman ever to be shortlisted for the highly prestigious Man Booker Prize, in recognition of her latest novel, "We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves."

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Book Talk

Read on for a list of book-related talks and events for the coming month.

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