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Mountain View's Concerts on the Plaza series kicks off July 23
The city of Mountain View is hosting Concerts on the Plaza, a series of five outdoor concerts featuring a variety of music at Civic Center Plaza, through Sept. 17. Thursday, 11:40 AM

Filoli art walk showcases local artists in a garden setting
Included with admission to Woodside's historic Filoli estate this weekend is the chance to encounter (and purchase) original work by local artists. Wednesday, 11:41 AM

Movie nights return to Courthouse Square
On Thursday evenings through Sept. 2, Redwood City is hosting a series of free double feature movie nights, offering a mix of family movies, feature films and independent film shorts from the BraveMaker Film Festival. Wednesday, 11:41 AM

Stanford Live show presents the soundtrack of a lifetime
"My Bollywood Jukebox" creator Heena Patel says Bollywood means a lot more than entertainment. "These films have influenced the dreams, the passions, even the decor and fashion sensibilities of those who've watched them," she said. Tuesday, 10:57 AM

Art Kiosk to host soaring new work by Carlos Estevez
Miami-based, Cuban-born artist Carlos Estevez will offer new work -- inspired by kites and the California dream -- at downtown Redwood City's Art Kiosk starting this week. Tuesday, 10:58 AM

Los Altos History Museum invites community to travel back in time with Pioneer Day
In celebration of its new exhibition, "Gold Fever!" the Los Altos History Museum is holding a Pioneer Day event on Sunday, July 25, from noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday, 11:00 AM

Palo Alto author publishes plant-forward recipe bible
Palo Alto resident Anne-Marie Bonneau's first book, "The Zero-Waste Chef," includes 75 vegan and vegetarian recipes and tips for cooking with food scraps, creating fermented goodies or simply inverting a plate over leftovers. Friday, 9:44 AM

This summer, [email protected] offers a venue for every listener
[email protected] is going above and beyond to live up to its 2021 theme, "Gather," with the summer chamber music festival offering a venue for just about every listener. Thursday, 10:20 AM

The Counter plans to close Palo Alto site after 15 years
After serving up custom-made gourmet burgers in Palo Alto since 2006, The Counter is closing its doors at 369 California Ave. by the end of this month. Wednesday, 11:29 AM

'Around the Bay' captures local scenes in bright, bold paintings
"Around the Bay," an exhibit of oil paintings by Kaaren Marquez at Los Altos' Viewpoints Gallery through Aug. 1, offers a unique visual tour of the Bay Area. Meet the artist on Saturday, July 24, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, 10:19 AM

Environmental Volunteers hosts a 'Bioblitz' at the Baylands
Fancy a chance to be a nature detective? Environmental Volunteers is inviting the local community to take part in a "Bioblitz" at the Palo Alto Baylands on Saturday, July 17, 9-11 a.m. Tuesday, 10:48 AM

With 'The Black Index,' Palo Alto Art Center explores representation
The current exhibition at the Palo Alto Art Center, "The Black Index," seeks to "question our reliance on photography as a privileged source for documentary objectivity and understanding," especially as it pertains to Black subjects. Friday, 10:22 AM

Second Sunday art program will have everyone making faces

Windrider Bay Area Film Forum holds virtual festival that aims to inspire

San Francisco Ballet, Yo-Yo Ma and The American Modern Opera Company join Stanford Live summer lineup

Menlo Park gallery celebrates the art of the Olympics

 

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