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Thursday, August 18, 2022

Key player returns to TheatreWorks in show revealing the secrets of Chopin

For his latest turn on TheatreWorks Silicon Valley's stage, Hershey Felder delves into the life of Polish composer Fryderyk Chopin with the Bay Area premiere of "Hershey Felder: Chopin in Paris," Aug. 19-Sept. 11.

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New murals capture slices of life in Cal. Ave. district

The construction site for Palo Alto's public safety building in the California Avenue business district just got more colorful thanks to four new temporary murals surrounding the area.

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Arya Steakhouse brings not only steaks, but also Persian cuisine to Palo Alto

Arya Steakhouse owners aim for the restaurant's new Palo Alto space to become an upscale dining destination for all, with a diverse and entirely halal menu to suit a variety of diners.

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Palo Alto unveils interactive projects that emphasize the public angle of public art

The latest round of projects funded by the city of Palo Alto Public Art Program's ArtLift grants gives everyone a chance to make their mark, from the written word to moving pictures.

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Thursday, August 11, 2022

Shakespeare in the Park brings 'Much Ado About Nothing' to Redwood City

San Francisco Shakespeare Festival marks its 40th anniversary with a production of "Much Ado About Nothing," presented free Aug. 14-28 at Red Morton Park in Redwood City.

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Review: With debut novel, Peninsula author Mike Trigg skewers both the toxicity and temptations of tech culture

Menlo Park author Mike Trigg has been a founder, executive and investor in dozens of venture-funded tech startups. Now he makes his debut as a satirical novelist with "Bit Flip," which publishes Aug. 16.

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When to watch the Perseids meteor shower on the Peninsula

Lick Observatory support astronomer Jon Rees offers tips on when and how to view the meteor shower, which will peak later this week.

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