"Dunes, just after sunrise"
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'The Golden Voice of Cuba' comes to Woodside for special show
The evening of Sept. 25 offers a taste of Cuban culture at Woodside's Village Hub, in the form of a "Havana Night" dinner concert by renowned vocalist Argelia Fragoso. The event celebrates friendship between two cultures. Thursday, 9:49 AM | 1 comments
An advice columnist named Sugar dispenses sweet and salty counsel in 'Tiny Beautiful Things'
Los Altos Stage Company opens its season with "Tiny Beautiful Things," an intimate play that brings an advice columnist's correspondence to life. Presented in person through Oct. 3, with a livestream option through Sept. 19. Friday, 6:38 PM
With fall edition, Silicon Valley Open Studios 'reopens' for in-person visits
Silicon Valley Open Studios is resuming in-person visits for a fall edition that takes place over Sept. 18-19 and 25-26 at artists' studios throughout the Peninsula and South Bay. Visitors can meet artists and learn about their work. Thursday, 1:14 PM
Interactive show takes being a fly on the wall to a whole new level
With "Thea L'Anna," Dragon Productions Theatre Company offers a unique interactive online theater experience that tackles some deep feelings as it delves into the emotional lives of bugs. The show runs through Oct. 3. Thursday, 11:38 AM
Two sister sushi restaurants now housed under one roof
After 20 years in Menlo Park, Koma Sushi now has a new home a few minutes away in Palo Alto, at sister restaurant Kanpai Sushi. Thursday, 5:02 PM
More than a cream puff: Pâte à Choux a sweet addition to San Bruno
After world travels made them into cream puff fans, restaurateur Michelle Ko and her brother, Jason Li, are purveyors of choux au craquelin at The Shops of Tanforan in San Bruno, baking them fresh throughout the day, starting early. Thursday, 2:42 PM
Mountain View festival celebrates harvest, local history
This region has seen plenty of bountiful harvests over its long history and in celebration of that, Mountain View hosts the Harvest History Festival on Sept. 18, with garden tours, produce tasting, live music and kids' activities. Thursday, 2:11 PM
'Limitless' online series highlights favorites from ballet company's archives
Smuin Contemporary Ballet kicks off the 2021-22 season with a monthlong virtual program, Sept. 9-Oct. 4, of four audience favorites presented on demand. Thursday, 12:21 PM
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