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I was playing twilight on Feb 10, 2012 and shot this on the fly with my iPhone 4s with the Pro HDR app. Gorgeous light!!! Submitted by Craig Sherod on Mar 12, 2012

A&E Features

Retro tech: Vintage Computer Festival West comes to Mountain View
When it comes to technology, is newer always better? At the Vintage Computer Festival West (part of the Vintage Computer Federation), it's the early and old tech that's in the spotlight on Aug. 7-8 in Mountain View. Tuesday, 11:41 AM

Close out the summer with these outdoor adventures
Here are some favorite new summer-themed books for kids that feature families on road trips, budding friendships and -- for young adult readers -- some swoony summer romances. Friday, 1:53 PM

Palo Alto School of Chamber Music nurtures small ensembles with collaborative spirit
Palo Alto School of Chamber Music participants say chamber music offers a unique opportunity for students to both work as an ensemble and an individual. Wednesday, 10:57 AM

Michelin-starred chefs bring Korean and Taiwanese fare to Los Altos State Street Market
State Street Market is slated to open before the end of the summer bringing to downtown Los Altos a foodies gathering place of sorts that includes a teaching kitchen, a restaurant and a 20,000-square-foot food hall. Friday, 1:52 PM

On stage: 'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown'
Foothill College's musical theater program has returned to in-person productions with "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." Monday, 1:34 PM

Artists invited to apply for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. & Coretta Scott King Artist Residency
Calling all local artists: Aug. 8 is the deadline to apply for the first two rounds of the Palo Alto Public Art Program's new Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. & Coretta Scott King Artist Residency. Monday, 1:33 PM

Close out the summer with these outdoor adventures
Here are some favorite new summer-themed books for kids that feature families on road trips, budding friendships and -- for young adult readers -- some swoony summer romances. Friday, 1:42 PM

Earthwise Productions hosts concert series at Palo Alto Art Center
After a pandemic pause, Palo Alto's Earthwise Productions is back in action, hosting live, local concerts. First up is a series of free, matinee shows at the Palo Alto Art Center at 1313 Newell Road. Monday, 1:32 PM

Palo Alto public art summer update
Bay Area artists Abi Mustapha, Debra Koppman, Jessica Eastburn, and Olivia Losee-Unger were selected to design original digital artwork celebrating the California Avenue area of Palo Alto. Thursday, 9:31 AM

Mountain View's Concerts on the Plaza series kicks off July 23
The city of Mountain View is hosting Concerts on the Plaza, a series of five outdoor concerts featuring a variety of music at Civic Center Plaza, through Sept. 17. Thursday, 9:51 AM

Stanford Live show presents the soundtrack of a lifetime
"My Bollywood Jukebox" creator Heena Patel says Bollywood means a lot more than entertainment. "These films have influenced the dreams, the passions, even the decor and fashion sensibilities of those who've watched them," she said. Tuesday, 1:02 PM

Los Altos History Museum invites community to travel back in time with Pioneer Day
In celebration of its new exhibition, "Gold Fever!" the Los Altos History Museum is holding a Pioneer Day event on Sunday, July 25, from noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday, 1:03 PM

Filoli art walk showcases local artists in a garden setting
Included with admission to Woodside's historic Filoli estate this weekend is the chance to encounter (and purchase) original work by local artists. Friday, 1:15 PM

Movie nights return to Courthouse Square
On Thursday evenings through Sept. 2, Redwood City is hosting a series of free double feature movie nights, offering a mix of family movies, feature films and independent film shorts from the BraveMaker Film Festival. Friday, 1:15 PM

Art Kiosk to host soaring new work by Carlos Estevez
Miami-based, Cuban-born artist Carlos Estevez will offer new work -- inspired by kites and the California dream -- at downtown Redwood City's Art Kiosk starting this week. Tuesday, 1:05 PM

Palo Alto author publishes plant-forward recipe bible
Palo Alto resident Anne-Marie Bonneau's first book, "The Zero-Waste Chef," includes 75 vegan and vegetarian recipes and tips for cooking with food scraps, creating fermented goodies or simply inverting a plate over leftovers. Friday, 9:44 AM

[email protected] offers a venue for every listener
[email protected] is going above and beyond to live up to its 2021 theme, "Gather," with the summer chamber music festival offering a venue for just about every listener. Thursday, 10:14 AM

'Around the Bay' captures local scenes in bright, bold paintings
"Around the Bay," an exhibit of oil paintings by Kaaren Marquez at Los Altos' Viewpoints Gallery through Aug. 1, offers a unique visual tour of the Bay Area. Meet the artist on Saturday, July 24, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, 9:54 AM

Magical Bridge summer concerts return July 16
Live music will soon be back at Magical Bridge playground in Palo Alto's Mitchell Park. Tuesday, 12:44 PM

Environmental Volunteers hosts a 'Bioblitz' at the Baylands
Fancy a chance to be a nature detective? Environmental Volunteers is inviting the local community to take part in a "Bioblitz" at the Palo Alto Baylands on Saturday, July 17, 9-11 a.m. Tuesday, 12:44 PM

New children's book by locally grown author encourages youth activism
Marissa McGee, a former elementary school teacher, was out shopping for shampoo one day when she saw something that bothered her. Little did she know that the experience would spur her to craft a children's book about it. Wednesday, 1:43 PM

With 'The Black Index,' Palo Alto Art Center explores representation
The current exhibition at the Palo Alto Art Center, "The Black Index," seeks to "question our reliance on photography as a privileged source for documentary objectivity and understanding," especially as it pertains to Black subjects. Wednesday, 9:42 AM


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