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Palo Alto aligns itself against 'one-size-fits-all' housing bills
Responding to a flurry of housing bills moving through Sacramento, Palo Alto's elected leaders took a stance on Monday night... Last comment on Apr 20, 2019 at 11:38 am | 51 comments

Over Simitian objections, school board voices support for Stanford agreement
Palo Alto Unified School District leaders on Tuesday lauded a proposed agreement between the district and Stanford University... Last comment 42 minutes ago | 64 comments

County abruptly halts development-agreement talks for Stanford's expansion
Citing significant concerns about Stanford University’s newly announced deal with the Palo Alto Unified School District,... Last comment on Apr 18, 2019 at 2:25 am | 34 comments

Palo Alto looks to distance cell antennas from homes, schools
Seeking to strike a balance between federal requirements and resident concerns, Palo Alto approved on Monday night a new... Last comment on Apr 19, 2019 at 11:46 pm | 20 comments

 
 

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All around effort leads Stanford to a national championship
Freshman Brody Malone won the all-around crown with a career-best 85.832, claimed the national title on floor (career-high 14.800) and high bar (14.633) and become the first Cardinal in program history to win three titles in one season. Even better, he led Stanford to the national title Saturday. Saturday, 11:10 PM

It's Miller time for Stanford baseball in win over Ducks

Stanford women's tennis, water polo enter postseason

Vikings get the final say in baseball win over Burlingame

Gunn girls swim to SCVAL De Anza regular season title

Menlo baseball looks to start another winning streak

Stanford's Fisher highlights 5,000 at Cardinal Classic

 

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Peterloo Seven-time Oscar nominee Mike Leigh ("Topsy-Turvy") makes no concession to the passive viewer with his new historical film "Peterloo." Instead, he bustles his audience into a time machine and transplants them to a time and place -- 1819 England -- fo...... Read the full review

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