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Frozen moment on the University Avenue, downtown Palo Alto. Submitted by Paul Gralen on Mar 18, 2013

A&E Features

Theater review: Los Altos Stage's 'The Mercy Seat' is mesmerizing, unrelenting
This powerfully performed play offers a window into the tough choices men and women make, or avoid, amid difficult times. And if you can't stand the heat onstage, you're already home. Wednesday, 10:43 AM

San Francisco's Wildseed heads to Palo Alto
San Francisco eatery Wildseed is bringing its diverse plant-based cuisine to the Peninsula. The restaurant plans to open its second location in Palo Alto at the Town & Country Village. Thursday, 1:36 PM | 2 comments

Local communities plan to celebrate Juneteenth with sunshine, talks and great food. Here's what's planned.
Throughout the Peninsula, this Juneteenth will be celebrated in a variety of ways, with a barbecue, scholarships, performances, talks, a cooking demonstration and festivities in parks and fairgrounds on tap. Here's where to go. Thursday, 3:34 PM | 5 comments

'Drive-in Variety Show' highlights local musicians and performers
Dragon Productions Theatre Company is taking audiences for a spin through the Midpeninsula's arts scene, offering a fun way to ease back into attending live shows in a series of drive-in live performances this month. Thursday, 1:05 PM

Out of this world: Pace makes space for painter's cosmic landscapes
Damian Loeb's work is informed by photography, cinematography and the appropriation of images found in such far-flung places as aerial photographs and the Hubble Space Telescope. Wednesday, 9:27 AM

Redwood City mural represents students' vision for 'Connection, Community, and Hope'
Downtown Redwood City's latest mural -- "Connection, Community, and Hope" -- is a labor of love by the fourth-grade class of Adelante Selby Spanish Immersion School, in partnership with local nonprofit Art in Action. Tuesday, 1:45 PM | 2 comments

A journey through the Peninsula cheesesteak scene, as told by a Philly native

Live jazz, classical, comedy and more will come to Frost Amphitheater this summer


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