Is there an unwritten rule that actors-turned-directors must debut with pop-music dramedies? Tom Hanks first went behind the camera for 1996's "That Thing You Do!", and Bradley Cooper helmed last year's "A Star is Born." Now Max Minghella ("The Socia...... Read the full review
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"Exhibit on U.S. presidents"
Life-sized cutouts of Abraham Lincoln, Bill Clinton and other U.S. presidents are scattered in an exhibit on display at Walter Hays Elementary School on Feb. 20, 2018. Photo by Connie Jo Cotton. Submitted by Jamey Padojino on Feb 21, 2018
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by Diana Diamond
Reflections on Pal0 Alto's Centennial -- now it's the city's 125th birthday!
Apr 25, 2019 | 3 comments
'The Manic Monologues' puts a spotlight on mental illness
"The Manic Monologues," a theatrical performance premiering at Stanford May 2-4, showcases the stories of people living with mental illness. Wednesday, 12:00 PM
Back in bloom
Loyal customers have quickly returned to the new and improved Rose International Market in Mountain View. The space is larger and updated, but the food and the people cooking it remain the same. Thursday, 10:30 AM | 1 comments
From Vietnam to small-town USA
Judi Le fled her native Vietnam as a child and grew up in small-town America. She'll tell her family's heartbreaking, harrowing and humorous stories at the Menlo Park Library on April 30. Thursday, 9:22 AM
'Go Forth' ponders the mysteries of mourning and mortality around the world
Kaneza Schaal's "Go Forth" is a multimedia performance piece inspired by the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the 3,000-year-old funerary text that gives the soul instructions on how to navigate the afterlife. Wednesday, 12:07 PM
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