If it is local and useful, it is on en-us Copyright 2019 Palo Alto Online <![CDATA[Pondering 'The How and the Why']]> Dragon Productions Theatre Company's "The How and the Why" mixes cerebral concepts with heartfelt emotion in a satisfying way. ]]> <![CDATA['The Red Book Hours' explores Carl Jung's creative process]]> Intrigued by psychoanalyst Carl Jung's artistic works, Palo Alto author Jill Mellick decided to explore his creative process. ]]> <![CDATA[East Palo Alto family starts homemade seasoning business]]> For the past four years, East Palo Alto residents Dulani and Lisa Spencer and their son Myles have been running Savor Seasoning Blends, which specializes in salts, rubs and other seasonings.]]> <![CDATA[Mandy Harvey to perform at fundraiser to benefit hearing impaired patients]]> Mandy Harvey, an "America's Got Talent" Golden Buzzer winner a couple of seasons ago, brings her inspirational talent to the Peninsula to raise money to help under-served and under-insured patients obtain hearing health care.
<![CDATA[Liu Jianhua: The clay's the thing]]> For its first summer offering (on view until Aug. 4), Pace Gallery is presenting a solo exhibition of ceramic works by Liu Jianhua, one of China's best-known artists.]]> <![CDATA[Aurora Singers and Chorale Assou-Lézert to perform 'Together En Chansons' July 21]]> It's been said that music transcends language. The 18-year relationship between the Palo Alto-based Aurora Singers and French choir Chorale Assou-Lézert proves this to be true.]]> <![CDATA[TheatreWorks' 'The Language Archive' is a warmhearted season starter]]> Julia Cho's "The Language Archive" is a fittingly poignant and warmhearted way to usher in TheatreWorks' 50th year.]]> <![CDATA[Perpetually packed Milagros thrives in Redwood City]]> Milagros was not always a surefire success. But 18 years later the Mexican restaurant, like the Redwood City food scene, is thriving. ]]> <![CDATA[Listening to the 'Voices of the Earth']]> This summer, Stanford Repertory Theater (SRT) is not shying away from some big -- global, in fact -- topics, with its annual festival taking the theme of "The Environment and Social Justice."]]> <![CDATA[From Bach to the movies: Music@Menlo spans the centuries]]> This year's Music@Menlo festival highlights seven "Incredible Decades," transporting audiences from the age of Bach through the romantic era to the Roaring '20s and the new millennium.]]>