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Ice Age: Collision Course
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Ice Age: Collision Course You've heard of the proverbial cash cow, of course, but for Twentieth Century Fox and computer-animation outfit Blue Sky Studios, it's all about the cash mammoth. I refer, of course, to "Ice Age," the only animated franchise to achieve five feature f...... Read the full review

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Endeavor makes it's final journey over NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, CA. Submitted by Jennifer Herman on Sep 21, 2012

 
 
A&E Features

Book Talk
Palo Alto High School graduate releases a collection of short stories about life and love, Harry Potter fans celebrate release of new J.K Rowling book at local bookstores, and more. Friday, 1:23 PM

Shop Talk: MV's Pizza Studio is back
Pizza Studio in Mountain View's San Antonio Center is resurrected, Oshman Jewish Community Center's Nourish, A Newish Jewish Cafe opens its doors, and three Palo Alto restaurants make it on Modern Luxury Silicon Valley's "10 Most Exciting New Restaurants" list. Thursday, 1:43 PM

Saturday: Where to celebrate Harry Potter book release
The boy who lived is making a comeback. On Saturday night, July 30, local bookstores are hosting parties to celebrate the release of the script of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts One and Two." Thursday, 12:01 PM

This week's A&E highlights
This week, the critters in those "Busytown" books take the stage, celebrations for the new Harry Potter book are in full swing and Redwood City hosts another 3-D Magic Lantern Light Show. Wednesday, 5:25 PM

There is power in a union
Some works of drama are meant to entertain, delight and whisk audiences away to another world. Naomi Wallace's "Slaughter City," presented by Stanford Repertory Theater (SRT), is not one of those. Instead, it's powerful, dark and -- despite its pivotal forays into the supernatural and surreal -- rooted in real-world issues, distasteful though they may be. Wednesday, 12:31 PM

City hopes to preserve Palo Alto Square theater
Two efforts -- one relying on grassroots democracy and the other rooted in the zoning code -- have emerged to try to save the CinéArts theater at 3000 El Camino Real in Palo Alto from closing. Wednesday, 9:44 AM

Manresa Bread gets down to the grain
The bread and pastries at Manresa Bread's new location in downtown Los Altos are not your average baked goods. They're ingredient-driven, made with obsessive care several miles away in a Los Gatos commissary kitchen that operates virtually 24 hours a day, seven days a week under head baker Avery Ruzicka. Friday, 10:53 AM

A thought-provoking premiere
TheatreWorks presents Suzanne Bradbeer's "Confederates," a play packed with timely questions about journalistic ethics and the ever-present political minefield of our nation's racially charged history. Wednesday, 11:16 AM

de Young at heart
Steve Ferrera's Palo Alto High School students may know him best as the man in charge of the school's Fiery Arts program. But this summer, the artist has an exciting extracurricular project of his own: a July residency at San Francisco's de Young museum while working on a multimedia children's book. Wednesday, 10:15 AM

CinéArts to shutter operations in August
Another cultural treasure in Palo Alto will flicker out of existence in August, when CinéArts at Palo Alto Square shuts down its operation, sources in the theater's parent company confirmed to the Palo Alto Weekly. Wednesday, 10:14 AM | 1 comments

Tried and true: Vino Santo Bistro review
As Italian restaurants go, Redwood City's Vino Santo Bistro is a charmer -- not exactly old-school, not exactly trendy. Tuesday, 11:44 AM

Shop Talk: Milk Pail thrives, Clement Hotel slashes rates

Music@Menlo: The romance between the chairs

All you can eat, vegan-style

Stanford Jazz Festival in full swing