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2015/07/04 02:31
2015/07/04 02:31
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USS Hornet Museum: Noon-10 p.m. 707 W. Hornet Ave. Live music, interactive games, prizes and a bounce house for kids. Tours available throughout the day. Fireworks from other Bay Area events can be...
2015/07/04 02:31
2015/07/04 02:31
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2015/07/02 18:08
2015/07/02 18:08
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EN GARDE: The new School for Performing Arts at Palo Alto's Oshman Family JCC will teach theater and music to children and teens. At a timewhen arts and drama departments are disappearing from public...
2015/07/02 02:24
2015/07/02 02:24
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Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis. Few singers have enjoyed the longevity or the popularity as these four legendary names. They are part of American pop-culture history....
2015/07/01 21:24
2015/07/01 21:24
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Independence Day celebrations will take place throughout the Peninsula on Saturday, July 4. Celebrate the red, white and blue at patriotic events, including family-friendly activities in Palo Alto,...
2015/06/28 07:10
2015/06/28 07:10
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On Saturday, June 20, San Francisco Symphony recreated the famous marathon concert given by Beethoven on December 22, 1808, at Vienna’s Theater-an-der-Wien. In this Akademie, or public as opposed to...
2015/06/28 07:10
2015/06/28 07:10
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Closing out their 3-week Beethoven festival, San Francisco Symphony gave the first of three concert performances of Beethoven’s only opera, Fidelio, on Thursday evening, June 25, at Davies Hall. With...
2015/06/26 16:31
2015/06/26 16:31
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Independence Day celebrations will take place throughout the Peninsula on Saturday, July 4. Celebrate the red, white and blue at patriotic events, including family-friendly activities in Palo Alto,...
2015/06/26 01:58
2015/06/26 01:58
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Conrad Tao officially is all grown up. After more than a decade in the concert spotlight, the piano wunderkind turned 21 this month. “I don’t feel any different,” he said in a phone interview from...
2015/06/24 14:16
2015/06/24 14:16
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Part two of our “BART Adventures” series takes us to the lovely Powell Street and Civic Center/Union Plaza stops. We will be skipping over the Montgomery Street station and heading toward the third...
2015/06/24 05:49
2015/06/24 05:49
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Irish festival fixer Fergus Linehan’s first crack at Edinburgh Linehan has built an unusual career as a festival director, but he had to be persuaded to take on the Edinburgh International Festival –...
2015/06/19 17:44
2015/06/19 17:44
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USS Hornet Museum: Noon-10 p.m. 707 W. Hornet Ave. Live music, interactive games, prizes and a bounce house for kids. Tours available throughout the day. Fireworks from other Bay Area events can be...
2015/06/18 02:24
2015/06/18 02:24
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It's the most marvelous time of the year, LGBT Pride Month. Rainbow flags are a-flappin', gay tourists are a-fappin', our famous Pride issue is just about a-wrappin', and the Frameline film festival...
2015/06/13 11:01
2015/06/13 11:01
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... a formal dance, especially one held by a high school or college class at the end of an academic year Well that’s clearly cobblers. Never mind your sweaty adolescents in ill-fitting hired suits...
2015/06/12 19:53
2015/06/12 19:53
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He's an impresario with a little-boy streak. He plays a guitar shaped like a sniper rifle, keeps pirates by the pool and is one of the world's leading composers of video game music. He can rhapsodize...
2015/06/12 17:10
2015/06/12 17:10
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Kicking off the San Francisco Symphony’s three-week Beethoven festival, Michael Tilson Thomas conducted Beethoven’s monumental Missa solemnis on Wednesday, June 10 at Davies Hall. Of the semi-staged...
2015/06/11 15:57
2015/06/11 15:57
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The town revolved around country music, he thought, and his Grammy-winning combo stood for classic roots-rock – or, in its Michael McDonald-led era, R&B. But a year ago, when Nashville came calling,...
2015/06/11 13:21
2015/06/11 13:21
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CONCORD -- Retired San Francisco Symphony and Opera Orchestra player Chris Bogios was remembered for his compassion for others during his memorial last weekend. He passed away in his Concord home two...
2015/06/11 11:57
2015/06/11 11:57
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Lawrence Ferlinghetti, a well-known poet and author of "A Coney Island of the Mind," is also the founder of the progressive City Lights Bookstore in North Beach. When did San Francisco become an arts...
2015/06/10 20:04
2015/06/10 20:04
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Though most athletes choose to tune into hip-hop or rock out pre-game, that doesn't mean those on the more traditional end of the music spectrum don't appreciate the chance to, well, ball out a...
2015/06/09 17:10
2015/06/09 17:10
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The San Francisco Symphony program for Thursday-Saturday, June 4-6, offered music focusing on Spain, with the orchestra under the baton of Guest Conductor Charles Dutoit. Included in the program were...
2015/07/04 02:31
2015/07/04 02:31
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