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June 01, 2005
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Publication Date: Wednesday, June 01, 2005
Poor little rich town: What does Atherton need a $1.8 million parcel tax for?
Cable station to air Atherton's State of the Town speech
'Yes on W' campaign fundraising
From Arnold to parcel tax -- it was all covered at Atherton town meeting
Woodsider goes to Niger for Peace Corps
Mother organizes bone-marrow, blood drives to save her daughter
Donors 'come back' to Boys & Girls Clubs
Onetta Harris center hosts teen dance
Two men hijack bread truck
Restoring the county's historic courthouse
Affordable housing group plans workshops, tours
M-A performance center design decision due Saturday
Hotel: Traffic worries for neighbors, financial hopes for Menlo Park
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Fun, games on tap for town picnic
Soccer club tryouts Sunday
M-A teacher Liane Strub back in the classroom
Steve Westly will run for governor, campaign says
Woodside High performing arts center rocks
Editorial: Theater design enters final stage
More Caltrain service equals reduced losses
Food and Drink
Local bakeries provide cakes for every taste and occasion
A cake of your own making
WHAT'S COOKING: A roundup of food news
For the Record
Arts & Entertainment
Menlo Players Guild presents Shakespeare under the stars
West Bay ends season with feisty, biting 'Threepenny Opera'
'Annie' comes to Hillview stage
M-A senior honored with 4-year scholarship
Menlo Middle School's 'Les Miserables'
Google CEO to speak
Woodside School stages 'Bye Bye Birdie'
Master Community Calendar
Current Movie Times & Reviews
Mini Movie Reviews
Movie Theatre Addresses and Phone Numbers
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