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Cowell — who gave his pieces titles like “The Banshee” and “Tiger” — also championed Charles Ives, the namesake of the excellent Ives Quartet, two of whose members live in Palo Alto, only a few miles from where Cowell composed his String Quartet No. 3 in 1935. And so the story comes full circle: The Ives Quartet lately has been fascinated with Cowell’s works for string quartet, including No. 3, subtitled “Mosaic,” which they performed Friday in Palo Alto and will play again Sunday in San Francisco.

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There’s the lighthearted coming of age adaptation of Israeli novelist David Grossman’s “The Zigzag Kid.” Isabella Rossellini adds star power and even Grossman appears, in a cameo role at the film’s end. Or, you can check out the wit and winks in “Every Tuesday: A Portrait of The New Yorker Cartoonists.”. For history buffs, there’s American Jerusalem: “Jews and the Building of San Francisco,” by Oakland-based director Marc Shaffer. Painting 1849 San Francisco as ripe for young, male and not-particularly devout Jews, Shaffer balances silver-haired historians describing the “instant city’s” growth and compelling archival imagery.

Arts Ambassadors Exhibit: Through March 31, Orinda Library, 26 Orinda Way, Orinda, Showcasing artwork from more than 180 Orinda students,, Rogelio Lopez & Dancers present Dicotomia del Silencio: 8 p.m, Through March 24, Shawl-Anderson Dance Center, 2704 Alcatraz Ave., Berkeley, A contemporary ballet shoes - art print - poster - many sizes modern dance performance, $18-$25,, Fool La La: Over the Rainbow: 1 p.m, March 23, 30 and April 6, The Marsh Berkeley, 2120 Allston Way, Berkeley, Features circus-inspired tricks, percussion and electronic body music in a celebration of individuality, After the show, audiences can join Unique Derique in a free 20-minute juggling and hambone workshop, $15-$35 sliding scale, $55-$100 reserved,

Some 28 years after the first Earth Day festival marked the start of the modern environmental movement, we continue to celebrate not just the day itself — April 22 — but the days leading up to it. Here’s just a sampling of green festivities around the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Great Race and Earth Day Festival: 9 a.m. April 14, 1900 Geng Road, Palo Alto. 5K run/walk and kids’ 1K fun run. Festival includes electric vehicle rides and drives, live music, food trucks, bird walk, guided bike ride, zoo animals, arts and crafts and more. $5-$25.

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