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Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer
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Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer You scratch my back, I'll scratch yours. Since the "Citizens United" ruling, some Americans have harbored an intensified suspicion of how money talks in the political sphere, but of course, such concerns are as old as government itself. The fine art ...... Read the full review

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A&E Features

Winter showers bring (spectacular) spring flowers
Local naturalists are bracing for an explosion of wildflowers along the Midpeninsula that could provide some of the most breathtaking views in years. Thursday, 3:23 PM

Menlowe Ballet in bloom
This spring, Menlowe Ballet is showcasing its own blossoming talent with "Floraison," a program devoted to works created and performed by the professional ballet company and students at the Menlo Park Academy of Dance. Wednesday, 1:54 PM

Sweet Yosemite shines in Hockney exhibit
Pace Gallery's Palo Alto branch offers "David Hockney, The Yosemite Suite," a celebration of the artist's iPad paintings. Wednesday, 1:53 PM

Perfectly unpretentious at Michelin-starred Madera
There was a bit of showmanship pulling into the Rosewood Sand Hill Hotel with Teslas, Porsches and Ferraris lined up, but there's no pretension inside Madera, just pleasant ambiance, great food and a staff eager to please. Tuesday, 11:01 AM

One final bow
For the past quarter century, Redwood Bluegrass Associates has been supporting and promoting top-notch bluegrass concerts on the Peninsula. Now, it's time to say goodbye. Friday, 3:37 PM

Once more into the 'Cuckoo's Nest'
There is more than enough good acting, good direction, and good design work to make Los Altos Stage Company's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" a worthwhile evening of theater. Wednesday, 9:50 AM

Finding a home in the world
Menlo Park author Donia Bijan tells a gripping story of an exile's return home in her first novel, "The Last Days of Cafe Leila," which is being launched at an author event Thursday, April 20, at Kepler's bookstore. Tuesday, 12:10 PM

The Cool philosophy
Since Jesse Ziff Cool first opened Flea St. Cafe in Menlo Park more than 30 years ago, her first allegiance has been to the people serving her customers and by extension, the people growing and raising the food on their plates. Friday, 3:38 PM

'Rags' is rich with history, music
"Rags" is a good old-fashioned musical with plenty to offer modern audiences. Judging by the standing ovation on opening night, its current version, directed by TheatreWorks Artistic Director Robert Kelley, looks to further redeem the show, letting it live up to its considerable potential. Wednesday, 1:53 PM

Film: 'Love and Taxes'

'The Wild Party' at Stanford

 
 

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