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DEEP MENLO

Your neighborhood is my neighborhood

I see in the City Council email log email queue a note from neighbors Daniel and Alice Hom April 29, 2020, from regarding Willow Road repaving. This harkens to...

Original post made by Stuart Soffer on Apr. 30, 2020
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DEEP MENLO

When Labor Built Housing for Their Own Members: The IBEW Local 3 Example

If you fly into New York’s JFK Airport and drive to Manhattan, you’ll likely take the Grand Central Expressway northbound. On your right will be the...

Original post made by Stuart Soffer on May. 10, 2020
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INSIDE EAST SIDE

The shameless half in the Hall of Congress

Of course, I am referring to the Republicans tonight who, through maybe the most decisive State of the Union address of the last generation, could only clench their...

Original post made by Martin Lamarque on Jan. 28, 2014
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INSIDE EAST SIDE

A Gala Night you will not forget

As someone who didn't go far past the 9th grade, making sure that my kids attend college has been one of my life's key goals. One of the great advantages of this...

Original post made by Martin Lamarque on Mar. 11, 2014
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Ad Libs: So much rhythm

The four musicians walked on stage one by one, striking pieces of wood with mallets. Each built upon the last, starting with a single bright "tong!" sound and then...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Jan. 7, 2010
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Ad Libs: So much rhythm

The four musicians walked on stage one by one, striking pieces of wood with mallets. Each built upon the last, starting with a single bright "tong!" sound and then...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Jan. 7, 2010
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Ad Libs: Yep, this makes 200 postings

Today's posting feels like a landmark: Mazel tov to me on my 200th Ad Libs post! Should I buy myself an anniversary present? I always forget. Is it paper this year,...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Mar. 31, 2010
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Ad Libs: Worth another look

After visiting the Palo Alto Art Center the other week for a story about kids' art education, I went back today. I had been too busy scribbling quotes and keeping...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on May. 27, 2010
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Ad Libs: Pop go the props if the actors don't stop

For my story this week about TheatreWorks' play "Opus," about life in a string quartet, I chatted with writer Michael Hollinger and cellist/advisor Kris Yenney....

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on May. 28, 2010
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Ad Libs: But will she shave her head?

Los Altos actor and TheatreWorks regular Molly Bell has quite the cast of characters on her resume: the girl who romanced "Bat Boy," a Victorian-era teacher and...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Sep. 22, 2010
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Ad Libs: But will she shave her head?

Los Altos actor and TheatreWorks regular Molly Bell has quite the cast of characters on her resume: the girl who romanced "Bat Boy," a Victorian-era teacher and...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Sep. 22, 2010
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Ad Libs: Starmade shadows and ash groves

Don't get me wrong. I love holiday music. I arrive ridiculously early for sing-along Messiahs so I can sit up front. I once sang "O Holy Night" at a vocal recital....

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Nov. 23, 2010
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Ad Libs: My top arts events from 2010

Every year I sew together a patchwork of my 10 favorite local arts moments and happenings from the past 12 months. A little bit of this, a little bit of that from...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Dec. 30, 2010
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Ad Libs: My top arts events from 2010

Every year I sew together a patchwork of my 10 favorite local arts moments and happenings from the past 12 months. A little bit of this, a little bit of that from...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Dec. 30, 2010
There are no comments yet. 4972 Views

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Ad Libs: More trucks and cheese, please

This is one of those Fridays when I'm left with several interesting tidbits that I wish could've made it into the print edition this week. Paper stretches only so...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Mar. 25, 2011
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Ad Libs: More trucks and cheese, please

This is one of those Fridays when I'm left with several interesting tidbits that I wish could've made it into the print edition this week. Paper stretches only so...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Mar. 25, 2011
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Ad Libs: Remembering a relief effort

"It is no light matter to be in the midst of a starving population and to be only able to feed about 10% of them." So said a relief worker during the effort to alleviate...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Mar. 30, 2011
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Ad Libs: Remembering a relief effort

"It is no light matter to be in the midst of a starving population and to be only able to feed about 10% of them." So said a relief worker during the effort to alleviate...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Mar. 30, 2011
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Ad Libs: Art on foot

To take a truly informed science-art-nature walk on the Stanford campus, it's nice to have a museum docent, an earth-sciences dean, a curator and a bunch of professors...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Jul. 20, 2011
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Ad Libs: Art on foot

To take a truly informed science-art-nature walk on the Stanford campus, it's nice to have a museum docent, an earth-sciences dean, a curator and a bunch of professors...

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Jul. 20, 2011
There are no comments yet. 3040 Views
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