The dope-y new comedy "Dough" suffers from a number of problems, among them its old-fashioned treatment of marijuana. Like TV's "Bates Motel," which labored to create high-stakes dread over an illegal marijuana operation in the 2010s, "Dough" tastes ...... Read the full review
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Raw appeal at Rumble Fish
You have to hand it to the owners of Rumble Fish: They obviously had a good time coming up with the names of their specialty maki rolls, and their inspiration shows in sushi that looks as good as it tastes. Thursday, 4:57 PM
Breakfast staples (and lots of them) at Bill's
Bill's Cafe has been doing a brisk business serving up breakfast in the Bay Area for more than three decades. Friday, 5:21 PM
This week's A&E highlights
This week's top events include restaurant week in Redwood City, and Earth Day benefit concert in Palo Alto and a free screening of "American Umpire" at Stanford. Thursday, 4:55 PM
Western Ballet turns the big 4-0
Longstanding Mountain View dance school, Western Ballet, will celebrate its 40th Anniversary by hosting a gala with performances from its students and professionals, as well as its spring show, "Red Riding Hood." Thursday, 4:49 PM
Movements with a message
The stories of disabled veterans and the plight of marine wildlife will be portrayed on stage next weekend, when Stanford University will host two acclaimed dance companies, both presenting socially conscious works. Wednesday, 8:55 AM