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Mary Jo Ignoffo, author of 'Captive of the Labyrinth,' to present at history museum

Mary Jo Ignoffo, author of 'Captive of the Labyrinth,' to present at history museum

The San Mateo County History Museum will host Mary Jo Ignoffo, author of Captive of the Labyrinth, on Sept. 10.
10 ways to spend Labor Day weekend on the Peninsula

10 ways to spend Labor Day weekend on the Peninsula

From Stanford football’s 2022 season opener to concerts and festivals, celebrate the last of summer in style.
Downtown pub crawl will raise awareness about banned books

Downtown pub crawl will raise awareness about banned books

Among the establishments participating are Alhambra, City Pub, CRU, Gourmet Haus Staudt, LV Mar, The BottleShop, The Hub and The Sandwich Spot
A dazzling display of high-heeled boots and cabaret comes to Redwood City

A dazzling display of high-heeled boots and cabaret comes to Redwood City

After a two-year delay, the local community theatre celebrates three final performances of Kinky Boots
Pet portraits, mobile movie-making and ‘Small Gestures’: Palo Alto unveils 2022’s public art projects

Pet portraits, mobile movie-making and ‘Small Gestures’: Palo Alto unveils 2022’s public art projects

Meet the artists behind the interactive works coming to the Midpeninsula.
Fun filled weekend: Picnic en Blanc, Foreverland and the Lebanese Festival

Fun filled weekend: Picnic en Blanc, Foreverland and the Lebanese Festival

Shakespeare in the Park, Picnic en Blanc and more take place on August 26, 27 and 28
Key player returns to TheatreWorks in show revealing the secrets of Chopin

Key player returns to TheatreWorks in show revealing the secrets of Chopin

"Hershey Felder: Chopin in Paris" plays from Aug. 19-Sept. 11 at the Mountain View Center for Performing Arts. Tickets start at $30.
North Fair Oaks celebrates cultural diversity with its annual community festival

North Fair Oaks celebrates cultural diversity with its annual community festival

Hundreds of residents came out to sip horchata, watch traditional folklórico dance and reconnect with their neighbors.
Art installation centered around women’s rights unveiled at Art Kiosk in Redwood City

Art installation centered around women’s rights unveiled at Art Kiosk in Redwood City

This new installation, titled “The Gown”, was created by Bay Area artist Jennifer Cannon to represent feminine strength and resilience.
Death masks, embroidered portraits and public art: What to see at Stanford’s art museums this summer

Death masks, embroidered portraits and public art: What to see at Stanford’s art museums this summer

With gas prices high and airline travel unpredictable, it might be a good time to consider cultural offerings closer to home.