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Palo Alto moves toward business tax to pay for transportation
After four years of false starts and sharp disagreements, Palo Alto kicked off on Monday a new effort to place a business... Last comment 6 hours ago | 27 comments

Midpeninsula mayors, tech company transportation leaders convene to talk traffic
In view of a hulking manzanita tree branch hung from the wall at the Unitarian Universalist Church in south Palo Alto, mayors... Last comment 10 hours ago | 34 comments

Editorial: Hoping for goodwill and leverage, Stanford may wind up with neither
The self-congratulatory press release issued late Monday by Stanford University and Palo Alto school Superintendent Don Austin... Last comment 6 hours ago | 46 comments

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 4 hours ago | 80 comments

 
 

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Stanford women sweep MPSF postseason water polo awards
Stanford swept the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation major postseason awards, as announced by the conference on Thursday. Junior Makenzie Fischer was voted the MPSF player of the year, freshman Ryann Neushul its newcomer of the year and John Tanner its coach of the year. Thursday, 11:08 PM

Prep tennis: M-A, Menlo duos earn league doubles titles

Prep report: Local winners in SB, VB, golf and diving

Girls lacrosse: Bears keep slim title hopes alive; Gunn wins

An all-M-A boys tennis singles final in PAL tournament

Prep baseball: Palo Alto goes offensive on the Falcons

Stanford golf: Men win Pac-12 title, women in NCAA regional

 

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Teen Spirit Is there an unwritten rule that actors-turned-directors must debut with pop-music dramedies? Tom Hanks first went behind the camera for 1996's "That Thing You Do!", and Bradley Cooper helmed last year's "A Star is Born." Now Max Minghella ("The Socia...... Read the full review

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