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Arctic Few films have ever kept it simpler -- in terms of plot and character -- than "Arctic," a calling card from Brazilian YouTube sensation and first-time feature filmmaker Joe Penna. Granted, the 19-day shoot in Iceland probably wasn't very simple, but ...... Read the full review

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"Yuri's Night"
The Five Ton Crane is an art installation from Bay Area artists. Attendees at Yuri's Night stand in line to tour the rocketship. Submitted by Michelle Le on May 17, 2010

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Book sheds light on Santa Clara County's black pioneers
Author Jan Batiste Adkins' newly released book traces the history of local people of African heritage and their roles in everything from agriculture and technology to politics and education. Friday, 11:47 AM

How a beloved family recipe inspired Ladera Foods
The roots for one of the Midpeninsula's most popular granola brands and a growing local business can be traced back to when Brian Tetrud, the CEO of Ladera Foods, was a kid growing up in the community of Ladera. Thursday, 2:26 PM

A portrait of the city
"JR, The Chronicles of San Francisco-Sketches" attempts to capture the essence of San Francisco through its residents. Thursday, 2:27 PM

BraveMaker hosts film, music, discussion
BraveMaker, a local nonprofit arts organization that supports independent filmmakers, is hosting a film screening, discussion and live music event on Friday, Feb. 22. Thursday, 2:27 PM

West Bay creates magic with Verdi's 'Foscari'
There are many reasons to recommend seeing West Bay Opera's staging of Verdi's rarely performed "I due Foscari," but the extraordinary talent of the lead singers soars above all else. Tuesday, 4:03 PM

Tapping into a golden state
Critical acclaim came quickly to State of Mind Public House and Pizzeria, the bustling family-owned eatery located at the site of the former Maltby's in downtown Los Altos. Friday, 11:26 AM

West Bay Opera stages rarely performed Verdi work
Local music lovers are in for a treat with the two-weekend staging by West Bay Opera of the rarely performed "I due Foscari" by Giuseppe Verdi, which opens Friday, Feb. 15, in Palo Alto. Thursday, 9:31 AM

Stanford presents 'Michael Richards: Winged'
"Michael Richards: Winged" is a somber tribute to a young artist whose life ended too soon but who left behind a powerful and important body of work that is as relevant today as it was in 2001. Tuesday, 3:44 PM

Theater companies announce next seasons
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley this week announced the schedule for its 2019-20 season, it's 50th and the final season with founder Robert Kelley at the helm of the venerable professional theater company. Tuesday, 3:42 PM

Teen songwriter earns national honor


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