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Stanford offers a production for 'Everybody'
Every theatrical venture comes with its own challenges, but Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' play "Everybody" has an especially intriguing premise: The cast members are chosen for their roles by lottery at the start of each show, making each pe Wednesday, 10:07 AM

Kat Edmonson believes in the power of dreams
So much of Kat Edmonson's sound and career is like that of a proverbial dream that it's only appropriate that her latest album fully captures that aesthetic. Wednesday, 10:15 AM

Kemuri tweaks tradition with modern Japanese tapas and cocktails
There is much to discover at Kemuri that blends co-owner and head chef Takeo Moriyama's interests in both traditional Japanese and contemporary California cooking. Thursday, 12:54 PM

Smuin honors 'The Man in Black'
As part of its "Dance Series 1" production, Smuin Contemporary Ballet will honor musician Johnny Cash with a ballet inspired by the later part of his career, choreographed by James Kudelka. Wednesday, 12:12 PM

Art Center branches out, pays tribute to the trees
Following in the footsteps of last year's nature-themed exhibitions that focused on the sky and encounters between humans and non-human animals, the Palo Alto Art Center is currently making like the Lorax and speaking for the trees. Wednesday, 10:17 AM | 1 comments

In new Redwood City artwork, the community is the tree
"You are the Tree," a new installation in the Art Kiosk space on downtown Redwood City's Courthouse Square, considers how the flourishing city, for better and worse, was built on demand for lumber. Wednesday, 10:31 AM

Stanford hosts 'An evening with Common'

Shop Talk: Sephora to open downtown, Umami Burger shutters

 

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The 34th Annual Palo Alto Weekly Short Story Contest is now accepting entries for Adult, Young Adult and Teen categories. Send us your short story (2,500 words or less) and entry form by March 27, 2020. First, Second and Third Place prizes awarded in each category. Sponsored by Kepler's Books, Linden Tree Books and Bell's Books.

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