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"NYC Marathon Here in Mtn View"
Long-time Mountain View resident and NYC Marathon runner Lynda Turkus was one of the 38,000 athletes on hand to witness Super Storm Sandy's terrible destruction earlier this month. When the race was cancelled Lynda made sure her original donations were delivered to Team for Kids. Then, on Nov 18 she brought the spirit of rebuilding through the streets of her St. Francis Acres neighborhood - and a little beyond. With the help of family and friends, Lynda ran a mapped 26.2-mile course - this time for "Race for Recovery", the marathoners' fund to help the victims of the hurricane. She finished big, just in front of her house, amidst cheering well-wishers in a time of 6 hours 22 min. For donation info go to http://www.crowdrise.com/nyrrsandyrelief Submitted by Carla Kenworthy on Nov 20, 2012

 
 
A&E Features

Smuin Ballet season finale highlights both established and new choreographers
Smuin Contemporary Ballet always makes equal room for classical and contemporary works on its stage and the company's season finale is no exception. The program takes place May 19-22 in Mountain View. Thursday, 4:52 PM

A real-life Gilded Age whodunit
Evidence suggests Stanford University co-founder Jane Stanford died of poisoning in 1905. Author and historian Richard White looks at the long list of suspects in her murder -- and how the university may have covered it up. Thursday, 9:50 AM

How the Peninsula's pastrami experts at The Refuge were inspired by French fine dining
Led by the husband-and-wife team of Matt Levin and Melanie Roth along with executive chef Michael Greuel, The Refuge reflects Levin's passion for pastrami. Friday, May 13, 10:51 AM

Silicon Valley Open Studios returns in full force
Silicon Valley Open Studios highlights the work of Peninsula-based artists May 14-15 and artists in the South Bay May 21-22. We spoke with some of the artists who are taking part. Friday, May 13, 9:33 AM

Palo Alto Art Center celebrates 50 years as city's cultural hub
The Palo Alto Art Center will mark its 50th anniversary with a party on May 15. Ahead of the celebration, the Weekly spoke with three people closely involved with the Center, who shared their thoughts about its role in the community. Thursday, May 12, 1:42 PM

Peninsula Restaurant Week: Find best meals, deals May 13-21
To support our local dining scene, Embarcadero Media's Peninsula Foodist and The SixFifty are teaming up to bring Peninsula Restaurant Week back for its second year May 13-21, featuring deals and special dishes from local eateries. Monday, May 9, 4:04 PM

Bevri's quest to spread Georgian cuisine is only beginning
Bevri owner Pavel Sirotin says there's still plenty of work to do in spreading Georgian cuisine across the Bay Area, an effort he's personally undertaking as the restaurant plans to open a second location in Los Altos soon. Friday, May 6, 3:20 PM | 1 comments

Local musician celebrates every moment with new single
In writing his new song, "New Boots On," Peninsula musician Mike Annuzzi took inspiration in part from the community support that he describes experiencing as a local musician over the past two years. The song will be released May 6. Friday, May 6, 11:41 AM

'Allegiance' at Palo Alto Players explores a story of family, community and conviction
The musical "Allegiance," loosely based on the childhood of actor George Takei, tells the story of how members of a Japanese American family grapple with their incarceration by the U.S. government during World War II. Tuesday, May 3, 12:24 PM

Manresa Bread brings its carefully crafted breads and flaky pastries to Palo Alto
Slotting in next to vegan restaurant Wildseed, Manresa Bread is set to open a new location April 15 at Town and Country Village. Friday, April 15, 9:50 AM

Stanford's Cantor Arts Center announces Bay Area native as new director
Bay Area native Veronica Roberts will take over as director of the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University this summer, after working at the University of Texas at Austin since 2013. Wednesday, April 6, 6:16 PM

HalalFest seeks to expand Bay Area's halal foodie movement

After 91 seasons, Palo Alto Players still packs a full house

What a Woodside cookbook author learned from road-tripping across California

Genre-bending musician Gina Williams performs in Mountain View

Feist gets up close and personal with 'Multitudes' at Stanford Live

An off-the-cuff evening with Isaac Mizrahi

Stanford Jazz Festival announces 50th anniversary lineup

 

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