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As redevelopment looms, one homeowner stands firm
As the city prepares for long-term revitalization of the Ventura area, Olive Avenue residents find themselves in the center... Last comment 31 minutes ago | 11 comments

Palo Alto adopts new Comprehensive Plan
Palo Alto concluded one of the most complex and contentious planning efforts in its history late Monday night, when the City... Last comment 12 minutes ago | 90 comments

Palo Alto's bike-share plan takes a turn
After failing to get traction in its prior attempts, Palo Alto's plan to bring bike-share programs to the city's masses is... Last comment 2 hours ago | 21 comments

Board: Stanford growth could require new school
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Hundreds turn out to debate proposed RV ordinance
About 200 people packed the East Palo Alto City Council Chambers and more than 43 speakers gave East Palo Alto city officials a piece of their minds on Wednesday night regarding a potential ordinance on RV parking on Weeks Street and a ban on all oversized vehicles on city streets. Friday, 3:57 PM

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Cardinal women rally to stay unbeaten at home in volleyball
When Kathryn Plummer's career-high 28th kill (on her 65th swing) finally ended the proceedings, the fourth-ranked Stanford women's volleyball team had survived, 25-19, 23-25, 20-25, 25-21, 15-13, to take a tiny step forward in its bid to earn one of the four No. 1 seeds in the NCAA tournament. Friday, 1:03 AM

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Justice League The thing about comic book cinematic universes is that they train audiences to see the forest for the the trees: "Trust us," say the bigwigs, "It's all a part of a bigger picture, so if this picture doesn't quite come into focus, just hang in there."...... Read the full review

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