Arts & Entertainment

The Scream

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Screaming Hand exhibit honors the iconic skateboarding illustration.

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Adrienne Barbeau looks back at a life in showbiz, and her role in the national touring production of 'Pippin'.

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Terrific 10

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A look back at some of the best plays and musicals of 2015.

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Make Yourself

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A new MACLA exhibit explores the shaping of the Latino identity.

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Missed Connections

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Pairing ain’t easy, but it sure is fun in ‘Jane Austen’s Emma.

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New Nut

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Former Silicon Valley Ballet dancer takes a crack at ‘The Nutcracker.

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Christmas Magic

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The Tabard Theatre is staging a live radio play version of ‘Miracle on 34th Street.’

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Painting With Fabric

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At 'Earth Stories' exhibit, quilts address environmental issues.

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Not The Nutcracker

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'Handle With Care' is an alternative to traditional holiday productions.

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Off-Color Opera

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‘Figaro’ is delightfully bawdy, yet still refined.

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Dark Lights

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Jim Campbell, a former HD video engineer, goes lo-fi at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art.

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You Are Not Forgotten

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A new exhibit at Stanford’s Cantor Art Center examines the way we remember those we’ve lost.

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Sweet Home Chicago

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They’ve got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark and they’re coming to Campbell’s Heritage Theatre.

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Deadly Respect

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Silicon Valley will honor its ancestors at multiple Dia de los Muertos celebrations.

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Liberal Arts

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The School of Visual Philosophy seeks to create a new kind of arts education experience.

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On The Grid

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Stephen Beal's 'Warp and Weft' features geometric abstractions.

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Liberal Arts

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McMurtry Building completes Stanford's Arts District.

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Think Different

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In 'Proof,' Catherine is a woman struggling to find legitimacy in the male-dominated field of high-level mathematics.

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The Other Brother

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David Arrow plays Robert F. Kennedy in San Jose Stage Company’s new production, ‘RFK.’

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Wegman’s World

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‘Artists Including Me’ offers insights into William Wegman’s inspiration.

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