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Columbus Architecture can be understood as the spaces we build ourselves, in nature, to shelter us from harsh influences and provide the wherewithal to define our own existences. As such, the art and craft of architecture make a suitable metaphor for the art ...... Read the full review

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"The Anticipation of the Shave"
Smiles all around during the St. Baldrick's Tech Conquers Cancer event at SAP in Palo Alto. Submitted by Paula Winkel on Apr 14, 2017

 
 
 
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Give it to me straight, docs
R-E-S-P-E-C-T. With apologies to Aretha Franklin, you can find out what it means to you at this year's United Nations Association Film Festival. This year's theme of "Respect" encompasses the festival's ongoing mission, to celebrate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by showcasing global documentary films that feature diversity, compassion and justice. Wednesday, 10:04 AM

New heights
Eight-month-old Everest Cuisine is lighting up a quiet corner of southeast Mountain View with delicious Indo-Nepali standards, tented outdoor seating and a focus on take-out. Thursday, 10:32 AM

'Moon Mouse' lights up Palo Alto
When Ian and Eleanor Carney started Lightwire Theater in 2007, they had no idea that it would take them all over the country and the world -- and then all the way to the moon. But they're blasting off from the Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto on Oct. 22 with their newest show, "Moon Mouse: A Space Odyssey." Wednesday, 12:15 PM

Shop Talk: New bakery opens; Chop & Pub
In this week's Shop Talk column, read about a new Palo Alto bakery and a booze-and-tapas establishment headed to Mountain View. Thursday, 10:29 AM

Old Testament, new musical
The story of Moses and his people's Exodus from Egypt has been retold in many ways, including, this month from TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, as a new musical -- "The Prince of Egypt" -- with songs by Broadway-and-film legend Stephen Schwartz. Wednesday, 9:14 AM | 1 comments

Body of art
Loie Hollowell's exhibition "Point of Entry" consists of eight paintings and several works on paper. The show, on view until Nov. 2, has generated a lot of buzz both because of the artist's working technique and her subject matter. Wednesday, 10:31 AM

Annual Book Arts Jam returns Oct. 15

Sweet talking

Digital DNA faces possible demise