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A&E Features

Rufus Wainwright headlines Stanford Live's Bing Fling
According to Rufus Wainwright's song "April Fools," "Life's a train that goes from February on, day by day, but it's making a stop on April first." The artist is making a local stop on that date -- no foolin' -- at Stanford Live. Wednesday, 2:31 PM

Comedy night at The Guild showcases Bay Area comics
Comedian Austin Carr hosts a showcase featuring fellow Bay Area comics Luisa Isbell, Justin Lucas, James Mwaura and Joey Avery on March 31 at The Guild Theatre. Thursday, 11:39 AM

10 Peninsula restaurants serving up Easter feasts
Whether you celebrate the Christian traditions Easter is associated with or just appreciate Peeps and a good egg hunt, the holiday provides a good excuse to gather for brunch. Here are 10 spots pulling out all the stops for Easter.
Thursday, 9:24 AM

Free Growing Natives Garden Tour offers a look at Peninsula and South Bay gardens landscaped with native plants
The free Growing Natives Garden Tour April 1-2 enables the public to visit over 40 private and public gardens landscaped with California native plants. Here are three you can see for yourself. Thursday, 3:25 PM

Gallery hosts reception to bid farewell to longtime member artist
Gallery 9 in Los Altos is hosting a reception April 1 to close its March show and to bid a fond farewell to departing member artist. Thursday, 2:14 PM

Linden Tree Books celebrates launch of Betty C. Tang's graphic novel 'Parachute Kids'
Betty C. Tang will be on hand at Linden Tree Books in Los Altos to mark the launch of her new graphic novel, "Parachute Kids," about three young siblings from Taiwan who must start a new life on their own in California. Thursday, 3:38 PM

Fresh off a Grammy win, Molly Tuttle returns home for back-to-back shows at The Guild
Palo Alto-raised Molly Tuttle and her band Golden Highway are set to play a pair of already sold-out shows at The Guild Theatre on April 1 and 2. Her visit comes on the heels of her recent Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album. Tuesday, 9:41 AM

From wildflowers to whiskey festivals: 15 spring events throughout the Peninsula
The rain may not be done with us yet, spring's arrival on March 20 ushers in the return of more outdoor festivals and seasonal events that bring us that much closer to summer. Here are 15 spring events we have circled on the calendar. Thursday, March 23, 1:12 PM

Bryant Street Gallery celebrates the life and work of Helen Steele
Helen Steele painted enigmatic figures mainly found in isolation, rendered with bold, loose strokes of almost chaotic color. "Reflections," on view until April 15, features 12 of her last paintings and some early sculptures. Thursday, March 23, 1:07 PM

From seaweed crackers to kiwi candies, our staff sampled treats from Millbrae's new Asian snack market

Review: TheatreWorks' 'Fannie' celebrates a powerful voice for change

Flown away but not forgotten: Sculptor's project memorializes extinct bird species

Inside the new Graduate hotel, home to Palo Alto's first rooftop bar

Palo Alto Art Center goes 'Under Water' for the latest in its series on climate change

Review: What hath Palo Alto wrought? New book examines troubled legacy of Silicon Valley capitalism


Project Cornerstone brings community together to help children become thriving adults


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