Editorial: Menlo Park library decision should be revisited
The city is poised to embark on a major capital project that will require the spending of more than $20 million in public... Last comment 32 minutes ago | 18 comments
Menlo Park: Donor's library offer may shuffle city plans; council to discuss plan Tuesday
An offer by local philanthropist and billionaire developer John Arrillaga to help rebuild Menlo Park's main library would... Last comment 13 minutes ago | 7 comments
Menlo Park: Move to district elections or face lawsuit, law firm says
Headed to Menlo Park's City Hall via certified mail is a letter containing a threat by a southern California law firm to... Last comment on Aug 18, 2017 at 3:12 pm | 19 comments
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Tokyo ramen shop to open first U.S. outpost in Palo Alto
Aug 18, 2017 | 24 comments
by Chandrama Anderson
It’s Not Someone Else’s Responsibility to Honor My Marriage . . .
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Atherton collision's aftermath: Road closed, no power, no water and flooding
Saturday was not a good day for some Atherton and Menlo Park residents: A collision on El Camino Real resulted in a power outage, the closure of El Camino, and for some, flooding followed by no water for hours. Sunday, 5:56 PM
Oaks split a pair of volleyball matches in Rocklin tourney
The Menlo College women's volleyball team, in splitting a pair of matches at the William Jessup Invitational on Thursday, exhibited two qualities that have led to success in the past. Thursday, 9:29 PM
Conventional wisdom in the movie industry says that young women make or break a horror film's audience. Young men can be relied upon to turn out for scary movies, but instead of hoping they'll drag dates along, studios have gotten more proactive in d...... Read the full review
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