Castilleja proposes enrollment-growth plan
Just over two years since the City of Palo Alto penalized Castilleja School for exceeding its enrollment cap, the school... Last comment 11 hours ago | 27 comments
Silicon Valley's year: 'amazing' but with 'perils'
Joint Venture Silicon Valley's annual economic study found that 2015 was a year of record-breaking growth and prosperity,... Last comment 9 hours ago | 44 comments
Neighbors divided over ban on two-story homes
Royal Manor, a community of more than 200 homes in the Palo Verde neighborhood, is seeking to become the latest Eichler-style... Last comment 12 hours ago | 26 comments
Palo Alto school district committee to review all school names
Following the tearful testimony of one African-American student and an entire class of Palo Alto High School students who... Last comment 9 hours ago | 55 comments
Invest & Innovate
by Steve Levy
Relaxing the Height Limit for Housing with Conditions
Feb 6, 2016 | 31 comments
"SAP hosts GIRLsmarts4tech"
The SAP Palo Alto office turned into a workspace for 60 middle schoolers last week who were there for GIRLsmarts4tech, a workshop on computer science and technology. The girls had a packed day with hands-on sessions about making music on their computers, creating web pages, programming games, and even designing user interfaces. The aim was to jump-start students' interest in computer science by getting them to see the technology behind the things they use every day. Photo by Cheryl Allison. Submitted by Arunima Kumar on Oct 23, 2014
VIDEO: On this week's Behind the Headlines
On this week's half-hour webcast, "Behind the Headlines," Stanford University student Irving Rodriguez, who grew up in Chicago as an undocumented immigrant, joins Weekly Editor in Chief Jocelyn Dong and reporter Elena Kadvany to discuss the challenges local undocumented youth face in pursuing higher education, legal work and protection from deportation, as well as other barriers to full participation in American society. Friday, 3:18 PM
The focus turns to Sun Devils after win over the Wildcats
Erica McCall scored 12 points, Lili Thompson added 11 and Kaylee Johnson, who made all five of her attempts, had 10 as the 13th-ranked Stanford women's basketball team beat visiting Arizona, 82-58, in Pac-12 Conference play Friday night.
Saturday, 1:04 AM
Oscar Nominated Short Films 2016: Animation
Looking to win your home or office Oscar pool, impress your peers with your depth of knowledge about the nominees, or simply expand your artistic horizons with a dip into the pool of international short films? "The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2016 An...... Read the full review
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