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4 hrs ago | InMenlo.com
Three local poets will be appearing and reading their works at a free program titled A Poet, A Poet, A Poet at the Menlo Park Library on Saturday, August 2. Jym Marks is a poet, publisher, public speaker, jazz musician, Army veteran, father of four and a Menlo Park business owner for over 45 years.
7 hrs ago | Almanac
With the clock ticking down in the filing period for the Nov. 4 election, a few more people have filed as candidates in the two school board elections coming up in the Menlo Park City and Las Lomitas school districts.
12 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
Andy Jacques, 6, of Menlo Park, Calif., makes a face, testing the Wish Upon a Fish chapter of Kidaptive's Leo's Pad app at the Kidaptive office in Palo Alto, Calif.
16 hrs ago | Almanac
County supervisors recently added momentum to plans to proceed with a daycare center in West Menlo Park, one designed for parents with busy and varied schedules.
Growing up in Menlo Park, my house faced West toward the hills. My mother would use that vantage point to reliably predict summer heat - or lack thereof.
It's great to have 11 candidates taking out nomination papers to possibly run for five open seats on the Palo Alto City Council.
The quest for a wider El Camino Real - three lanes in each direction - is moving forward in Menlo Park, but as always, the wheels of progress, like those of commute traffic, turn slowly.
Compared to the first six months of 2013, Menlo Park saw a 14 percent drop in the total number of reported crime incidents during the first half of 2014, according to statistics released by the city.
This acrylic painting, titled "Netherlands Windmills," is among the new works by Jerry Peters on exhibit in August at the Portola Art Gallery in Menlo Park.
Three national cycling records were not enough for Jim Turner. The Menlo Park resident recently set two world cycling records in the 75-79 age group at the Olympic Training Center Velodrome in Colorado Springs.
Like so much of the most powerful and enduring American music, Snarky Puppy traces its roots back to the African-American church.
A tall and athletic 8th grader at Nativity School, Ted Minnis had caught the attention of legendary Menlo-Atherton High School football coach Ben Parks.
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