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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Forty-three years after the launch of his blockbuster shark flick, Steven Spielberg's now-patented Spielbergian thrill ride is still all about the jaws. In the latest chapter of his dinosaur-themed franchise, director J.A. Bayona skillfully clones Sp...... Read the full review

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A&E Features

A brush with history
Stanford University alums and patrons Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki have quietly amassed a large collection of contemporary Chinese ink paintings, a portion of which is on view until Sept. 3 at the Cantor Arts Center on campus. Wednesday, 12:58 PM

A new kind of wine club
Luc Bergevin and Martin Sheehan-Stross, both Los Altos High School graduates, started Foot of the Bed Cellars, a wine subscription company that delivers three curated wines directly to customers once a month. Thursday, 11:14 AM

Laughs served at 'Dinner'
The laughter that rolled like a wave across Palo Alto last Saturday night was from "The Man Who Came to Dinner," a 1939 comedy by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart that opened at the Lucie Stern Theatre. Wednesday, 1:10 PM

Egg-hausted effort
After months of fighting plans to remove 7-foot-tall egg-shaped sculpture Digital DNA from Lytton Plaza in downtown Palo Alto, artist Adriana Varella was on site Thursday morning when the city took down the iconic piece after 13 years. Thursday, 2:15 PM | 9 comments

Reclaiming her voice
"I Have the Right To" is a powerful narrative of the isolation, shame and self-doubt survivors of sexual violence experience and a defiant challenge to the institutions that have failed to protect young women and men from such violence. Thursday, 12:51 PM | 1 comments

Simple, natural, organic
"I believe in fate, and that everyone who comes into this world has his or her own mission and obligation to fulfill," artist Hai Bo said, about his artistic journey. Wednesday, 1:16 PM

A guide to summer jazz

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Making public safety beautiful

Un-American activities