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The Trip to Italy
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Comedy sequel "The Trip to Italy" is almost exactly like its predecessor "The Trip," and for the most part, that's a good thing. The plot of this foodie travelogue is entirely predictable, and the food is predictably gorgeous, but there's little pred...... Read the full review

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Timely and tender
The current offering in TheatreWorks' new season is the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama by Quiara Alegria Hudes, who previously won a Tony for the book of the musical, "In the Heights." In this newest work, Hudes follows a cluster of recovering crack cocaine addicts who only meet virtually, as well as a pair of cousins dealing with family death and denial. Friday, 10:22 AM | 1 comments

Gone garbanzo
Saumil Pandey, founder and CEO of Tasty Karma, began making chickpea chips for her family, bagging them for her kids' lunchboxes, and sharing them with friends and neighbors. She now sells the crunchy, good-for-you snacks at local farmers markets and grocery stores. Friday, 9:59 AM

New gelato shop melds Italian and California sensibilities
From chocolate faucets to kumquat sorbetto, there's something different about Gelataio, Palo Alto's newest gelato shop. Friday, 10:50 AM | 2 comments

Moonlight Run/Walk celebrates 30th year
Pull out those running shoes and hop on the Internet -- it's time to register for the 30th Annual Palo Alto Weekly Moonlight Run & Walk. Friday, 10:42 AM

This week's A&E events
The Palo Alto Art Center wants your old VHS tapes; the last chance to catch some exciting local shows before they close; and the Pacific Ballet Academy in Mountain View hosts an open house. Friday, 9:53 AM

Review: Mandarin Roots offers menu with fusion twist
Let's not argue. Some of you might say Mandarin Roots isn't really a true Chinese restaurant, it's an Asian-Californian-fusion restaurant. It is, but the menu and presentation fall predominantly on the west side of the International Date Line. Friday, 3:15 PM

Worth a Look
Arts events around town worth checking out in the coming weeks range from an photography exhibit that draws you into the world of Silicon Valley's movers and shakers to Stanford Repertory Theater's theatrical reproduction of Orson Welles' legendary 1938 radio production, "The War of the Worlds." Friday, 3:51 PM

Works from major American artists gifted to Stanford

From barnyard to butcher shop

When all the world's a stage

Regional Indian cuisine still shines

 

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