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A group of large, stainless steel, kinetic animal sculptures from first-time exhibitor Fredrick Prescott will populate Sculpture Plaza at the 33rd annual Palo Alto Festival of the Arts this weekend.
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Construction crews work on expanding sidewalks and reconstructing curbs on the north side of California Avenue on Aug. 19, 2014.
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More than 10 years of battling epilepsy will do that to a person who never knows when the next seizure will strike.
You might end up pulling a muscle or two just watching this pair of ultra-flexible yoga experts performing a series of jaw-dropping poses .
The first ever international public conference on geoengineering, the deliberate tinkering with Earth's atmosphere, is under way in Berlin.
Duveneck Elementary School student Riley Wittman, center, hugs her friend Kayla Kristenson in their second grade classroom on the first day of school on Aug. 19, 2014.
The Bryant Street parking garage in August 2013. Palo Alto City Council is considering various technological additions for downtown parking garages to ease parking shortages.
Globavir Biosciences, Inc. , a biotechnology company developing therapeutics to treat infectious diseases, has announced intentions to develop its lead drug candidate, GBV006, for the treatment of the current Ebola Virus outbreak in West Africa.
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On Monday night, the City Council voted 7-0 to approve a park dedication ordinance more than three decades in the making.
Palo Alto police arrested Mountain View resident Jorge Alberto Tejada, 39, on a misdemeanor charge of annoying or molesting a child on Thursday, Aug. 14. Photo courtesy Palo Alto Police Department.
A Palo Alto contractor who had been accused of defrauding an Atherton homeowner pleaded no contest to one misdemeanor charge of grand theft and was sentenced to 60 days in county jail under a plea agreement accepted by San Mateo County Superior Court Judge Mark Forcum on Friday, Aug. 15. Other charges against Richard James Smith, 56, owner of R.J.
Finding an office space in downtown San Mateo is now near impossible, with the latest statistics from Colliers International showing the vacancy rate has hit 1.54 percent.
Lindsey Munzel has been appointed education assistant. She will support the education department with programming, events, developing exhibition materials and managing the Museum's docent council.
Tiffany Gush, owner of Empire Vintage Clothing in Mountain View, sat quietly on her new shop's floor wearing a bright shawl in hues of green, orange and yellow over a faded black dress.
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