2015 was a big year for the Stanford Theater scene, with shows ranging from spectacular musicals to intimate dramas. As we begin another year of Stanford Theater, we take a look back at some of our favorite shows of 2015. 5. TAPS’ “Evita” Under the brilliant direction of Sammi Cannold ’15, “Evita” was the only TAPS-affiliated show to…
A biological/anthropological perspective of human life. A powerful examination of race relations in America. The male-dominated arts establishment. All are fair game for The Daily’s top five books of 2014.
Tired of Stanford’s limited dining options? For a refreshing break from stressful classes and summer jobs, consider indulging in some quality sushi at these Palo Alto restaurants.
1. Jin Sho
Aside from its claim to fame as Steve Jobs’ favorite restaurant, Jin Sho is a moderately priced gem known for its yellowtail jalapeno sashimi and spicy tuna rolls. This California Avenue favorite offers generally fast service and reliably good miso black cod. Make sure to call ahead for a reservation, as it is normally packed on weekends.
While seeing the Golden Gate Bridge or riding the cable cars may top the list of many tourists visiting San Francisco for the first time, the city also offers a wealth of lesser-known alternatives to explore. Here are our picks for the best things to do off the beaten path in San Francisco this summer.
Valentine’s Day is upon us, which for people in relationships is a great opportunity to dress up, go out on a nice date and flood Instagram with evidence of their love. Meanwhile, if you’re single, you’re probably dreading a day full of reminders of your less-than-ideal relationship status.
Been sitting in your room wearing three pairs of socks and a ski coat? We are suffering together. Miserable weather loves miserable company. Here are the top five worst things about January.
In a year where the biggest blockbusters account for both the best (“Skyfall, “Hunger Games”) and worst (“Cloud Atlas”) films of the year, here is Intermission’s list of the best films of 2012, in which art house movies held their own against box office hits.
Thanksgiving break is over, and of course you got nothing done with finals looming, just like every other year. Intermission has the best ways to re-motivate yourself after a week off.