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Creed Rocky's back, though not the way you're used to him. "Creed" puts Rocky in the corner and makes a new boxing star out of Adonis Johnson Creed. Yes, this is the son of Apollo Creed, Rocky's frenemy from "Rocky" and its first three sequels, and boy, do...... Read the full review

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"Drumming Camp at WSP"
Rhythm is in your heart, your body and your soul. Rhythm is as natural as your pulse and breath, and it's FUN! In drumming camp at the Waldorf School of the Peninsula, we will use our fee and hands to stomp and clap, play drums, tap sticks, shake, sing and make great nourishing rhythmic music together! For more information on this and other camps, and to register: http://waldorfpeninsula.org/curriculum-br-programs/summer-camp.html or contact us at info@waldorfpeninsula.org 650.209.9400 Submitted by Waldorf School of the Peninsula on Mar 4, 2013

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Holiday highlights
Before or after your stroll down the streets to gaze at Christmas lights, the Midpeninsula has more holiday events and traditions to offer from "The Nutcracker" ballets to comedy shows. Friday, 4:15 PM

The original matchmaker
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley is reviving Jane Austen's "Emma," the musical it debuted to rave reviews in 2006. Lianne Marie Dobbs will reprise her title role. Wednesday, 9:04 PM

Sweet on nostalgia
With its collection of old-fashioned candies, strange soda flavors, vintage gag gifts and toys, Rocket Fizz aims to stoke feelings of childhood nostalgia. Wednesday, 9:01 PM

A tiny house for art
Designer David Szlasa has helped Stanford students build a portable art studio. Now, the challenge is gaining approval to base the studio on campus. Wednesday, 12:33 PM

Tales of turkey and tempeh
Roasted, fried, smoked or deconstructed — there is an abundance of ways to cook a turkey for Thanksgiving. Or is a turkey even necessary? Read on for a number of ways to change things up at the dinner table this holiday season. Saturday, 8:11 PM | 1 comments

Thanksgiving libations
Thanksgiving planning is typically all about the food -- what to make, how to make it, whether to stick with the classics or try something new. What you're drinking, consequently, can end up as an afterthought. This year, don't neglect the libations. Saturday, 8:15 PM

Not just another pizza parlor
Howie's Artisan Pizza serves up tasty pies, appetizers, salads and sandwiches in Palo Alto and Redwood City Friday, 11:08 AM

Book Talk: Young adult novels, Silicon Valley fiction and more
This month, author Heidi R. Kling releases a young adult novel about teen suicide, Patrick Krejcik publishes a Wall Street-style thriller with a Silicon Valley twist, and more. Friday, 10:57 AM

Dr. Deepak Chopra suggests our thoughts can influence our health
This Friday, Nov. 20, the wildly popular -- and often controversial -- physician and author will speak at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills. Friday, 10:51 AM

Holidays: Inexpensive gift inspiration
The challenge: find holiday gifts for everyone within locally owned stores along the Peninsula -- all under $15. We have an eclectic list of clever gifts and stocking stuffers found in Mountain View and Palo Alto stores. Monday, 11:38 AM

This week's A&E highlights: Foodie films, jazz clarinet, a holiday stroll and more
This week, take part in the inaugural ArtWorlds cultural event at the Community School of Music and Art, catch a dance performance inspired by computers and walk the festive streets of Los Altos at the 13th annual Holiday Stroll. Friday, 4:21 PM

Students innovate at Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo
A pendulum that creates elaborate designs; a radar gun that shows kids the speed of their kicked soccer ball compared to that of a cheetah; and a hands-on fossil excavation -- those were among the nearly 20 exhibits that parents and children experienced for the first time at the Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo on Wednesday afternoon. Friday, 10:10 AM

Mademoiselle Colette brings a taste of Paris to Menlo Park

Atherton: Michael Pollan, Jesse Ziff Cool on 'feeding our families'

Review: Voya brings glitz to North Bayshore

This week's A&E highlights: Site-specific performance, a Star Wars farce and more

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Dance blast off

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