In its war on waste, city takes aim at residents' food scraps
A proposal by Palo Alto officials to reduce the amount of trash heading to the landfill could soon bring a new service to... Last comment 7 hours ago | 27 comments
In a certain light: Over the course of a day, Baylands is ever-changing
At the Palo Alto Baylands, the sights and sounds that catch one's attention are as likely to come from above as from below. Read... Last comment 7 hours ago | 16 comments
Palo Alto Forward joins opposition to office-space limits
A citizens group that promotes more housing and transportation options in Palo Alto has joined some of the city's largest... Last comment 4 hours ago | 118 comments
"Sunrise Charleston Slough"
The Baylands: Yet another reason why we live in one of the best places on earth! Submitted by Janet Levy on Feb 3, 2012
Over the course of a day, Palo Alto Baylands is ever-changing
At the Palo Alto Baylands, the sights and sounds that catch one's attention are as likely to come from above as from below. Friday, 7:28 AM | 16 comments
Ipsen wins second diving title, Haase also a champion
Pac-12 Swimming, Diving
Sarah Haase won the 100-yard breaststroke and the Stanford women's swimming and diving team had eight swimmers place sixth or higher Friday at the Pac-12 Championships in the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center. Kristian Ipsen set a school record in winning the 3-meter diving title.
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"What do people think of me?" is the uber-question of high school movies, usually paired with an even more important one: "What do I think of myself?" Pitched somewhere between "Mean Girls" and "She's All That," "The DUFF" returns to these questions ...... Read the full review
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