Recent A&E Features

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Documentary screening: 'Maasai Sisters'

For documentary filmmaker Samantha Andre, the fight to end female genital mutilation and child marriage has become a passion project.

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

'Dorky' delights

You've probably heard the one about the three little pigs. But how about the three little hedgehogs, co-narrated by an indignant puppet with a posh British accent, given a slapstick spin and delivered at a brisk pace?

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Joie de 'Play!'

"Play!" -- a vibrant and interactive art exhibition focused on the concept of playfulness -- is on display at the Palo Alto Art Center through Dec. 29.

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Hewlett Foundation announces grant winners

Ten Bay Area nonprofit organizations, including Mountain View's Community School of Music and Arts, will receive grants of $150,000 to commission new musical compositions in genres including chamber, electronic, jazz, opera, and hip hop, the Menlo Park based William and Flora Hewlett Foundation announced this week.

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Friday, November 10, 2017

Theater review: 'It Can’t Happen Here'

The people are restless. They are sick of the experts and the career politicians. They are also broke and out of work after a recession that many blame on those same politicians. And on the immigrants. So when a populist presidential candidate comes along promising to fix their lives, throw out the immigrants and make the country great again, the people vote him in. Sound familiar? You might be surprised to learn that this is the premise of Sinclair Lewis's 1935 book “It Can't Happen Here," which the author adapted into a play in 1936.

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German immersion

German beer is at the heart of Gourmet Haus Staudt, a cozy, quirky, welcoming beer hall in Redwood City that serves hearty fare and huge pretzels.

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Comedian Samantha Bee to speak at Stanford

Political commentator, comedian and late-night television host Samantha Bee will speak in conversation with Stanford University professor Shelley Correll in Memorial Auditorium on campus Friday, Nov. 10.

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The holidays are here!

From live music to a visit with Santa, here's a look at some local holiday activities to help you get into the spirit of the season.