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Crazy Rich Asians "Crazy Rich Asians" marks a long-overdue investment in Asian talent as the first major Hollywood release in 25 years to feature an all-Asian cast. This new franchise gets off to a solid start in the hands of Palo Alto-born director Jon M. Chu ("Now ...... Read the full review

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Pedigreed protégés
Protégé offers two experiences: the dining room and the lounge. No matter where one sits, it's the same kitchen, the same attention to detail with friendly attentive service and Michelin-star quality food. Friday, 3:23 PM

Tahirih Justice Center benefit concert
The Community School of Music and Arts will host a benefit concert for the Tahirih Justice Center, which works to protect immigrant women and children fleeing violence and human trafficking, on Sunday, Aug. 19. Friday, 10:27 AM

Staging 'Sonata'
Hidden in a Midpeninsula industrial-park office, the living room of three middle-aged Indian women is brought to life. It's a Saturday morning but, thanks to the magic of theater, the hot, rainy Mumbai night seeps through the set walls. Thursday, 11:19 AM | 1 comments

Commemorating old and new
Dozens of community members sipped on champagne, mingled with artists and studied the paintings, sculptures and ceramics on display at Gallery House's reception for its 60th anniversary exhibition last weekend. Thursday, 10:56 AM

The chef and the farmer
Through open dialogue and communal dining, Madera's new monthly Farm Dinner series aims to celebrate the sacred, symbiotic relationship between restaurant and farm. Friday, 1:47 PM

Working it out at TheatreWorks
Always a highlight of the summer arts calendar, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley's New Works Festival this year will include influences from rock and hip-hop music, new spins on classic stories and wholly original tales from a variety of voices. Thursday, 12:23 PM

Regal recycling at Pace Gallery
Egg cartons, plastic membranes, empty propane canisters and torn denim are probably candidates for the recycle bin in most homes. For artist Tim Hawkinson these objects, and most detritus, are fodder for his imaginative, off-beat assemblages. Thursday, 12:19 PM

Folk duo Planes on Paper in MV
Washington-based indie-folk duo Planes on Paper will be making a tour stop at Red Rock Coffee in Mountain View on Friday. Tuesday, 12:20 PM

A top-notch jerk joint
If you're craving a taste of abuela's home cooking -- if you're fortunate enough to have a grandmother who knows how to make a zesty jerk sauce -- then Cari Blue definitely does the trick. Friday, 3:01 PM

Gunpowder, treason and plot
So influential to the English language and the world of theater is the work of William Shakespeare that works about the Bard creating that work have become a sub-genre of their own. Bill Cain's "Equivocation" is an example of that genre, with Dragon Productions Theatre Company currently offering an excellent production of it. Friday, 2:54 PM

Mountain View playwright puts Alice's adventures on stage

Where Cuban meets classical

East Palo Alto Blues Fest returns

The startup winery