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4 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
Stanford Shopping Center will enjoy a shopping spree of its own over the next two years, spending millions of dollars to bring 20 to 30 small shops, a handful of restaurants and new outdoor gathering spaces, officials said Thursday at an architectural unveiling ceremony.
8 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
Acrylic paintings by Jerry Peters are presented in "New Works" at the Portola Art Gallery.
12 hrs ago | SFGate
A suspect has been arrested and charged with battery for allegedly accosting a woman in Palo Alto after detectives linked him to a similar crime at Stanford University, police said Friday.
16 hrs ago | GigaOM
Palantir has a customer base that pays for results, but the company nonetheless attributes puts a lot of effort into user experience.
The experience of carnage and comradeship in the military over two decades ago are intricate parts of the 43-year-old's current artworks.
The scene outside a Palo Alto cafe on University Ave after a car drove into the establishment and injured six people.
A Berkeley man and former psychologist was sentenced Thursday to 21 2 years in prison and ordered to pay nearly $600,000 restitution following an earlier conviction for tax evasion and theft of government property, a U.S. Attorney spokeswoman said.
Six people were injured, one critically, when a car driven by a 90-year-old man slammed into the outside street seating at the University Cafe in Palo Alto during lunchtime Thursday.
The driver of this car accelerated onto the sidewalk on University Avenue in downtown Palo Alto Thursday.
Emergency responders from the Menlo Park Fire Department carry an injured man to an ambulance following a car accident in which a driver drove over a sidewalk near University Cafe injuring six people, one critically, on July 31, 2014.
Vowing to improve government transparency and protect residents from the impacts of new development, City Councilwoman Karen Holman announced at a candidates party Wednesday night her intention to seek a second term.
Frank Ingle looks at the notice of the proposed two-story home on Richardson Court in Palo Alto, which is next door to Ingle's home.
The companies announced the deal Thursday, but they did not say where in the U.S. the so-called "gigafactory," or large-scale plant, will be built.
Ahoy, buccaneers and scallywags and the people who love them: Gilbert and Sullivan's masterpiece The Pirates of Penzance is about to drop anchor in the South Bay to regale hearty mateys young and old.
At TheatreWorks' 13th annual New Works Festival--where playwrights and composers actually want audience members to be critics--it won't just be a handful of shows getting their introduction.
Earlier this year, The New York Times published a controversial piece that suggested that when men pitch in with household chores -- as opposed to women doing them exclusively -- their marriages and their sex lives suffered.
Connie Cavanaugh of the Garden Club of Palo Alto, works in the Victory Garden behind the Museum of American Heritage on July 17, 2014.
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