The first thing that’ll hit you when you walk into Marin Theatre Company is the music, an amalgam of queer-pop and disco-funk, turned up twenty decibels too high for comfort. Forget trying to make pre-show small talk — this is an invitation for a dance party, and the more flamboyant of the two stagehands, referred…
Stanford psychology majors are collaborating with department faculty in research projects on topics including empathy’s role in the criminal justice system, cystic fibrosis and cross-cultural understanding of well-being.
At the Cantor Arts Center, a new exhibition of West African art entitled “Alphabete: The World Through The Eyes of Frederic Bruly Bouabre,” opened on June 20 and runs through Feb. 25, 2019.
30 seconds — that’s how much time is allotted to prepare each meal on the busiest days at Heritage Eats, according to manager Chris Cutini.
Since the restaurant opened on May 25, it has served over 300 customers in just one day, surpassing the record set by its popular predecessor, Thai Cafe, according to Cutini.
Japanese restaurant Ramen Nagi has opened in Palo Alto, the first U.S. location of the acclaimed ramen chain.
Natachi Onquamaegbu writes about how representation in media influences what young people believe is possible, and how we’re at a moment where society can make the conscious choice to show them new faces.
I had never seen a crowd of Stanford students more joyful than when the opening bars of “No Problem” began to stream out of the speakers on the Blackfest stage. We had been waiting — some of us for hours — in the thick of an ever-growing crowd for this. The roar was deafening. And…
Starting in May, the new restaurant will feature house-made drinks, including boba, in addition to Asian cuisine. The official date of the restaurant’s grand opening has yet to be determined.