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This was taken from Rancho San Antonio Park on the PG&E Trail. Submitted by Paul Sterbentz on Apr 19, 2012

A&E Features

The Blind Boys of Alabama move spirits at The Guild on Feb. 9
The Blind Boys of Alabama may have been performing gospel for seven decades, but doesn't keep them from new musical explorations, including projects that meld gospel with blues and rock. They will perform Feb. 9, at The Guild Theatre. Friday, 11:09 AM

Cocktails and tapas bar Canteen opens in Menlo Park's new Springline development
Greg Kuzia-Carmel last week opened his third eatery within Menlo Park's city limits. Canteen, a wine, cocktails and tapas bar, joins Canteen Coffee Shop and Camper in the lineup of local dining options he runs. Thursday, 11:32 AM

New exhibition explores how nature made a Silicon Valley town what it is today
The Los Altos History Museum's new permanent exhibition, "Making Connections: Stories from the Land," truly gets down to earth. The exhibit opens to the public on Feb. 11 with a celebration that includes activities and performances. Thursday, 9:56 AM

TheatreWorks' 'In Every Generation' explores millennia of meaning through a family's Passover dinner
It's not just any dinner that brings together the family at the center of Ali Viterbi's play 'In Every Generation' but several millennia of a meal with tremendous meaning. The play runs through Feb. 12 at TheatreWorks. Wednesday, January 25, 1:56 PM

Where to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit
Lunar New Year has arrived and Peninsula cities, libraries and local groups are hosting a variety of events marking the advent of Year of the Rabbit. Wednesday, January 25, 12:33 PM

Palo Alto Players stage a comedy about a theater production falling apart in all the right ways
A theater company usually tries its best to minimize mishaps in a show. At Palo Alto Players, however, that's exactly what makes "The Play That Goes Wrong," opening Jan. 20, the right choice for audiences looking for a laugh. Thursday, January 19, 12:27 PM

Chinese eateries close, State of Mind opens in Marsh Manor: Here's the latest Peninsula dining news
As 2022 drew to a close, two longtime local eateries closed their doors permanently, while another opened its latest Peninsula outpost. Friday, January 13, 8:58 AM

'Solace' show brings artists' visions of inner peace to Qualia Contemporary Art
When Dacia Xu, director of Qualia Contemporary Art Gallery, planned the last exhibition of 2022, she wanted a display that would offer a respite from current events. In her words, "to bring pure joy, peace and strength to my viewers." Thursday, January 12, 1:21 PM

With recent book, Bay Area author and physician reflects on life as a parent and her work as an abortion doctor
In her memoir, "Boundless: An Abortion Doctor Becomes a Mother," author Christine Henneberg ponders the concept of choice, from her own career decisions and journey to motherhood to the importance of trusting her patients' choices. Friday, January 6, 9:45 AM

A current event: Evening at the art center opens water-focused show

Musicians with deep local ties return to Stanford with genre-pushing project Diving Dame

Meet a self-taught Palo Alto home chef making healthy, Instagrammable recipes

Raising the (chocolate) bar: 10 Peninsula spots to satisfy your hot cocoa cravings


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