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Black Panther Ten years ago, Marvel Studios launched its cinematic universe with "Iron Man" and struck gold with Robert Downey, Jr.'s bratty bad-boy take on the high-flying superhero. Other quippy fratboy-with-a-heart-of-gold types would follow, including Star-Lor...... Read the full review

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On a hot day, from left to right, twin brothers Eli and Mark swing back and forth at Pioneer Park, downtown Mountain View. Submitted by Michelle Le on May 17, 2010

 
 
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A meeting of the minds
As presented by Dragon Productions Theatre Company and directed by Laura Jane Bailey, "Insignificance" is an intriguing, playful thought experiment on celebrity, sex, power and science. Thursday, 10:53 AM

Beethoven's 'Fidelio' opens Friday on West Bay Opera stage
Beethoven's "Fidelio" was set in an 18th century Spanish political prison, but there are lessons about injustice, political persecution and individual freedom that are relevant today. That's why West Bay Opera's production of the opera is set in a modern-day for-profit American prison, says its conductor. Wednesday, 3:22 PM

Guild venue proposal moves forward
The Menlo Park City Council has given unanimous support for a proposal by a local nonprofit to transform the Guild Theatre into a live music and community event venue. Wednesday, 3:20 PM

Opening alert: Bevri in Palo Alto
Bevri, a Georgian restaurant, has soft opened with limited hours at 530 Bryant St. in downtown Palo Alto. Wednesday, 3:21 PM

Local author discovers where the heart is
Palo Alto author and Stanford University scholar Marilyn Yalom explores the cultural history behind the heart in her new book, "The Amorous Heart: An Unconventional History of Love." Wednesday, 9:31 AM

Harry 'Hunk' Anderson, art collector and donor, dies at 95
Local art collector and philanthropist Harry Anderson, who with his wife Mary Margaret and daughter Mary Patricia donated more than 100 works of 20th century American art to establish to establish the Anderson Collection at Stanford, died Wednesday in his home. Friday, 9:54 AM

Radical transformations
"Trans-figure," Japanese artist Kohei Nawa's first solo show in the United States (on view through Feb. 25 at Pace Gallery in Palo Alto), consists of sculptures and works on canvas that reflect the artist's interest in science, digital culture, innovation and sensory experience. Thursday, 11:40 AM

Lunar New Year at Gamble

'1984' meets 2018

'Counting Sheep' brings Ukrainian revolution to Stanford

Rustic chic