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Thursday, September 3, 2015

The final course

Food critic Sheila Himmel bids the Midpeninsula goodbye, fondly remembers her favorite eateries.

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Family circus

Inspired by Anton Chekhov's classic dramas, Donald Margulies' 2014 play "The Country House" brings comedy to family dysfunction, loneliness and grief.

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The artistic process, revealed

Thanks to a gift from the Richard Diebenkorn Foundation, 29 of the artist's sketchbooks will be on display at Stanford's Cantor Arts Center starting Sept. 9.

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This week's A&E highlights

This week, head to Menlo Park for an outdoor movie night at a pop-up park, catch Dave Matthews Band at Mountain View's Shoreline Amphitheatre and weigh in on the future of public art in Palo Alto.

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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Snacks with purpose

Mountain View resident Andy Kavanagh is the creator of Cub Snacks: healthy, kid-friendly cooking projects delivered once a month, right to your door.

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This week's A&E highlights

This week, catch an evening of stand-up comedy based on the book, "Take My Spouse, Please," check out Art on the Square in Redwood City and enjoy soul music and fine wine at the Oshman Family JCC.

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Stories from the Great Plains

Redwood City's Dragon Theatre is currently presenting a compelling version of "The Voice of the Prairie," a play by John Olive set in the early days of radio.

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Bullying, xenophobia and war

Palo Alto resident Alan Holmes grew up in World War II Europe and fought his own personal battle against prejudice. That battle is featured in his new memoir, "A Serious and Proper Education: Misadventures at an English Boarding School."

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