Toy Story 4
High-tension action-adventure has always been a key ingredient in the "Toy Story" films, but "Toy Story 4" may well be the most consistently anxiety-inducing of them all. There's a palpable sense that the characters are pushing their luck, not unlike...... Read the full review
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"By the Creek Banks"
Bol Park, on the banks of Matadero Creek Submitted by Michelle Shabtai on Jan 11, 2017
Palo Alto, rejoice. Mike's Cafe is back.
The return of Mike's Cafe, a humble, longtime neighborhood eatery, might be one of Palo Alto's most anticipated restaurant openings of the year. Thursday, 4:14 PM | 19 comments
Summertime and the livin' is jazzy
With Friday, June 21, marking the first official day of summer, the days are long and the local live jazz offerings particularly plentiful. Wednesday, 10:51 AM | 1 comments
Summer restaurant openings abound
Looking for something new? From vegan fare and organic wine to pho, sushi and pupusas, there are a lot of new places on the Midpeninsula to tempt you. Read on for our roundup of recent openings.
Thursday, 11:42 AM | 7 comments
'One Man, Two Guvnors' delivers laughs, tomfoolery and songs
Carlo Goldoni's 1746 commedia dell'arte-inspired play "The Servant of Two Masters" gets a swinging '60s, oh-so-British makeover in "One Man, Two Guvnors." Wednesday, 10:04 AM
TheatreWorks' 'Archduke' satirizes the assassination that set off World War I
Rajiv Joseph's dark comedy about Archduke Franz Ferdinand's assassin, 19-year-old Bosnian Serb Gavrilo Princip, draw parallels between century-ago conspirators and modern-day terrorists. Wednesday, 12:44 PM | 6 comments
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