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Fancy footwork: Local arts groups make alternate plans amid latest pandemic surge
The omicron variant has put on hold some in-person arts events planned for the first months of 2022, but with expanded virtual options and many shows already rescheduled, it's not a throwback to the empty calendars of spring 2020. Thursday, 11:16 AM

Labor of loaf: Manresa Bread expands to Palo Alto
Manresa Bread is expanding to Palo Alto's Town & Country Village this spring. This marks the fourth location for the institution founded by head baker Avery Ruzicka.
Thursday, 1:12 PM | 1 comments

How a fictional plague helped Sequoia Nagamatsu overcome grief
"How High We Go in the Dark" by Sequoia Nagamatsu is a futuristic novel about a catastrophic pandemic that eerily mirrors current times. The first-time author, however, penned his story before COVID-19 was on anyone's radar. Friday, 8:38 AM

Good as gold: Aurum chef Manish Tayagi chats beating critics' bad reviews and Bobby Flay
You might know Manish Tyagi for his culinary creations throughout the Bay Area and beyond. In the coming months, he'll be collaborating with local restaurants to explore different cuisines and mix tradition with new twists. Friday, 8:38 AM

Show offers insight into personal 'Stories'
"Stories," a show of works by multimedia artist Shirley Bunger alongside student responses from a class she taught last fall, opened earlier this month at CSMA's Mohr Gallery and will be on view through March 25. Thursday, 2:48 PM

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Artist Mary Corse brings an ethereal light show to Pace Gallery


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