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A Cure for Wellness "A Cure for Wellness," a disturbing new psychological horror film from Gore Verbinski ("The Ring," "Pirates of the Caribbean"), isn't quite right in the head, but that's not such a bad thing. Verbinski's weird "eat the rich" excursion into the madhou...... Read the full review

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Artscene: Woodside opera singer lands key roles in musical productions
Doesn't every girl dream about being a Disney princess? Jennifer Mitchell grew up in Woodside riding horses, so that talent gets her part way there since princesses often arrive on horseback. Wednesday, 1:47 PM

Local theater companies announce next seasons
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley this week announced its plans for its 2017/18 season, which will feature two world premieres. Wednesday, 12:45 AM

Menlo Park: 'Artistic Experimentation' exhibition through February
Throughout February, the Portola Art Gallery at the Allied Arts Guild in Menlo Park will exhibit "Still Life: Artistic Experimentation," compositions of Inna Cherneykina, in the media of photography, oil and pastel. Wednesday, 8:21 PM

Student's essay wins award
La Entrada Middle School eighth grader Karan Bhasin, has won an honorable mention in an Ocean Awareness Contest sponsored by the non-profit Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs.
Friday, 7:47 AM

SF Beer Week hits the Midpeninsula
SF Beer Week is returning to the Bay Area this Friday, Feb. 10, through Feb. 19, with several events scheduled at breweries, bars and restaurants on the Midpeninsula. Wednesday, 5:44 PM

Review: 'Yellow Face'
"What I love most in the theater is honesty," David Henry Hwang states, with no small irony, in his semi-autobiographical play "Yellow Face." The play, presented now by Los Altos Stage Company, offers an odd -- but successful -- tonal blend of comedy and seriousness, fact and fiction. Wednesday, 2:34 PM