The percussionist isn’t old enough to get a driver’s license, but the teenage members of the Chocolate Heads band can play almost any instrument you throw at them.
Once emphatically separated from each other, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) and art are connecting in exciting and enlightening ways. Stanford University, known for its strong science and engineering programs, is part of this trend. An increasing number of classes and exhibits at Stanford fuse the two fields, and students and faculty are developing new
Peninsula elementary school students visited the Palo Alto Children’s Theatre to see a musical production of the classic children’s book, “Goodnight Moon.”
Playing the son of a typical American family pursuing the American dream in “Curse of the Starving Class,” Max Sosna-Spear says he “can sort of forget [it’s a play] sometimes.”
The Independent is a relatively small venue in the San Francisco live music scene. This film, which features Bay Area band Diego’s Umbrella, shows how it sets itself apart from larger, more corporate concert halls.