Lawyer Robin Gross fights for truth and IP (intellectual property) justice.
Hudson's Hawkers: Alfred Bierstadt and the Hudson River painters sold audiences not just pictures of America, but the idea of a new land.
Screen Goddess: Sharmila Tagore became a deity in Satyajit Ray's 'Devi,' part of a 30-film retrospective of the Indian master's films at the Stanford Theater in Palo Alto. In an interview with Richard von Busack, Tagore recalls working with Ray on several of his films.
Silicon Startup: Symphony Silicon Valley stumbled a little before rising to rare beauty in season-opening program.
My Mercado: A sign in the window read 'Fresh Menudo,' and that was all it took to stop the car.
From Canada With Love: 'Mary's Wedding,' a WWI romance, has brought Canadian playwright Stephen Massicotte unexpected fame and fortune.
Fractured Foibles: TheatreWorks revisits Sondheim's 'A Little Night Music' with elegance and grace.
The Music Lives: Maria Elena Holly remembers her husband, rocker Buddy, at final performances of SJ Stage's musical 'Buddy.'
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