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Menlo Park council reviews cut-through traffic study for Stanford complex
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Menlo School football tackles new season with rugby in mind
Long a leader in the evolution of player safety, the Menlo School football team has embraced a method of shoulder-leverage tackling as one of its priorities. In August, all of the Knights were taught rugby-style tackling, in which you lead not with your head but rather your body. Read this story and see more local sports coverage on Wednesday, 4:01 PM

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A Walk Among the Tombstones At one point in the new crime thriller "A Walk Among the Tombstones," someone asks Liam Neeson's private eye what it takes to be a good detective. "Patience. Instinct. Blind luck, mostly," he replies. These same qualities could be said to apply to wr...... Read the full review

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