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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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Thursday, September 18, 2014

The Truth Booth comes to Palo Alto

What's 17 feet high, 25 feet long, and speaks the truth? The answer is The Truth Booth: an international art project slated to roll into Palo Alto this weekend.

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Monday, September 15, 2014

Portola Valley theater company snags heavy-hitter as artist-in-residence

When the San Jose Repertory Theatre went under earlier this year, it left the regional theater community in dismay.

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Worth a Look

Catch the opening of Palo Alto Players' magical realist musical "Big Fish," check out color prints by American photographer William Eggleston at Bryant Street Gallery or go online to the Revs Library to cruise Stanford's new collection of classic car photos.

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Making music, changing lives

What makes Bodhi Tree Concerts North truly different is its mission: to use music as a catalyst for social change.

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Where to savor the end of summer

Summer is drawing to a close, but chances are the warm weather plans to stick around for another month of comfortable outdoor dining. Here are 10 great spots to dine outdoors in Palo Alto, Mountain View and Menlo Park.

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A Festival of Fall Arts

Fall is here, and as all art lovers know, that means a fresh new arts season is upon us. In the following pages, you'll find events ranging from live dance and theater to music, film, comedy, magic and storytelling.

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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Panoramic cinema

Next Friday, Sept. 19, Redwood City's Cinemark 20 theater unveils Barco Escape: a new, immersive movie-watching experience.

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