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Endeavor makes it's final journey over NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, CA. Submitted by Jennifer Herman on Sep 21, 2012

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Closed during coronavirus: Peninsula owners on why they shut down their restaurants completely
We asked several owners to share their perspectives on closing their businesses, how they're dealing with all the uncertainty and the fate of the local food industry in the age of the coronavirus. Thursday, 11:03 AM

Local artist says virtual reality can combat social isolation
In a Q&A, local artist Drue Kataoka discusses the impact of COVID-19 on her studio, as well as the art community in general, and how virtual reality might be harnessed to help combat social isolation. Monday, 11:51 AM

Coronavirus' impact on local arts scene: Guide to canceled, postponed local events
With local coronavirus cases on the uptick and fears increasing, local arts organizations are feeling the impact. We're keeping track of the latest cancellations and closures. Thursday, 12:14 PM | 1 comments

Arts in a time of social distancing
Wondering if there's a way to stay connected and help keep the arts scene alive during the COVID-19 pandemic? Look to the social media accounts of your favorite musicians, actors, writers, dancers, authors and artists of all kinds. Monday, 11:50 AM

Hollywood goes livestream: A guide to 'shelter-in-place' home entertainment
Now that staying home is vital to doing our part to stall the spread of COVID-19, home entertainment will taste like chicken soup for the soul at the end of an emotionally exhausting day of telecommuting and teleschooling. Thursday, 8:40 PM

Your guide to restaurants offering food for pickup or delivery
We put together a running list of the many Peninsula restaurants still offering delivery and takeout amid the coronavirus pandemic, from neighborhood spots to fine-dining establishments pivoting to new service models. Thursday, 8:39 PM

From bagels to burgers, five local pop-ups worth seeking out

Dragon presents two shows dealing with family tensions and the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s

TheatreWorks show explores sexism in the space race

Earthwise Productions offers indie musicians a place to play in Palo Alto

Old-world roots meet modern sensibility at Sun of Wolf


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The 34th Annual Palo Alto Weekly Short Story Contest is now accepting entries for Adult, Young Adult and Teen categories. Send us your short story (2,500 words or less) and entry form by April 10, 2020. First, Second and Third Place prizes awarded in each category.

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