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Thursday, January 26, 2023

Musicians with deep local ties return to Stanford with genre-pushing project Diving Dame

For multitalented, multidisciplinary musicians Zach Moses and Freddy Avis, their Jan. 27 performance at Stanford University's Bing Studio will be a special homecoming of sorts.

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TheatreWorks' 'In Every Generation' explores millennia of meaning through a family's Passover dinner

It's not just any dinner that brings together the family at the center of Ali Viterbi's play 'In Every Generation' but several millennia of a meal with tremendous meaning. The play runs through Feb. 12 at TheatreWorks.

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Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Where to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit

Lunar New Year has arrived and Peninsula cities, libraries and local groups are hosting a variety of events marking the advent of Year of the Rabbit.

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Friday, January 20, 2023

Grammy winner Mark Lettieri and his group play jazz, rock in free Mountain View concert

The Mark Lettieri Group, led by three time Grammy-winning guitarist and composer Mark Lettieri, plays instrumental rock and jazz in a free concert at the Community School of Music and Arts in Mountain View on Jan. 21.

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A Los Altos teen and his sister started a baking business. Then Food Network came calling.

Two years ago, Los Altos siblings Naiel and Punhal Chaudry started their culinary adventure with great intentions and some help from YouTube. Now Naiel is appearing on "Kids Baking Championship," currently airing on the Food Network.

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From SNL's earliest days to a long career in TV and film, how Alan Zweibel has helped funny people be funnier

Comedy writer Alan Zweibel shares some memorable moments from his career, including his friendships and working partnerships with Gilda Radner, Garry Shandling and Billy Crystal in an evening at the Oshman Family JCC, Jan. 22.

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Thursday, January 19, 2023

Palo Alto Players stage a comedy about a theater production falling apart in all the right ways

A theater company usually tries its best to minimize mishaps in a show. At Palo Alto Players, however, that's exactly what makes "The Play That Goes Wrong," opening Jan. 20, the right choice for audiences looking for a laugh.

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