Kira Od and John Lau, center, hold up a poster of Od's critical illustration of President Donald Trump as Maria Martinez, far right, and Joshua Davis, center behind Od, and fellow attendees of the Tech Stands Up event listen to speakers on March 14, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Clouds drift past the many channels of the Palo Alto Baylands as the sun sets on Feb. 22, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Andrew and Risa Benwell watched the solar eclipse with their sons, Samuel amd Daniel, in front of the Stanford Dish on Aug. 21, 2017. Photo courtesy Andrew Benwell.
Palo Alto Police Chief Dennis Burns stands in his office at City Hall which he is clearing out as he begins his retirement. Photo by Veronica Weber.
"Digital DNA," a sculpture created by artist Adriana Varella, and currently installed at Lytton Plaza, will be removed from the city's public-art collection due to steep maintenance costs. The Palo Alto Art Commission made the decision on Nov. 16, 2017, when it also voted to deaccession "Go Mama," a sculpture on California Avenue. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Grace Lee sits in her apartment at The Avant beside the framed silk embroidered skirt her grandmother wore in the late 1800s. Grace turned 100 years old on April 20, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.
From left, volunteers Margaret Winters, Sandy Carnahan, A.J. Fouladpour, Susan Carnahan, George Chechopoulos, and Elaine Farge sort through the many piles of donated goods including food, water, personal hygiene items, pet supplies, diapers and bedding collected at Seaport Storage Center in Redwood City to be distributed to evacuees of the North Bay fires. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Six-year-old Tyler Briend looks through his toy viewfinder while sitting on "Mama Bear," a "wayfinding" sculpture to help families navigate corridors and just one of many animal sculptures created for kids at the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Maria De Lourdes Cordova Diaz stands in front of the entrance to the YWCA in San Jose, where she once stayed in the center's domestic violence shelter and received counseling help after having to move from a relative's house in San Jose following her departure from an abusive partner in Ohio. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Juniors from Palo Alto High School hand out wristbands which read "I Stand With Victims of Sexual Assault" to students on the quad on May 17, 2017. A fellow student started a GoFundMe campaign which raised $2,001 to purchase 2600 of the wristbands to hand out following news reports that a male student allegedly sexually assaulted a girl on campus in October 2016 and had remained on campus until May 16, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Cmdr. Jeff Liu of the East Palo Alto Police Department addresses resident concerns about immigration raids. He also elaborated on the department's stance that they will not ask residents for their immigration status and encouraged people to maintain sending crime reports to police during a forum hosted by the Ravenswood City School District on March 2, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Sonya McNack, center, hugs her friend, Diana Alejandra Carrillo Hernandez, during recess from the new Ravenswood Middle School in East Palo Alto on Aug. 16, 2017. The two previously attended Costano Elementary School together. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Marine veteran Frank Aldama contemplates about his time living in a RV on El Camino Real on June 23, 2017. "I would never wish this on anybody," he said. Photo by Ben Hacker.
Five motor homes parked between Galvez Street and Palm Drive are parked on June 25, 2017 during Palo Alto's crackdown on the vehicles that haven't moved from the spots for more than 72 hours. Photo by Ben Hacker.
Carol Love, center, who has been square dancing since 1988, dances with the Bows and Beaus club in Los Altos at their weekly dance at Loyola Elementary School on Jan. 25, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Fatima Ladha, a member of the Muslim Student Union, stands with the hundreds of fellow students at Stanford University gathered outside the Mitchell Earth Sciences Building to rally against speaker Robert Spencer, creator of the "Jihad Watch" blog, who was invited by the Stanford College Republicans on Nov. 7, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Brandon Gregg, who participated in the accelerated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation study headed by Dr. Nolan Williams and Dr. Keith Sudheimer at Stanford University, sits in a chair with the TMS device attached to his head. The device contains copper coils which send magnetic pulses through the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex region in the brain, which then sends signals to the subgenual cingulate region, an area deep in the brain that can become hyperactive with people suffering from depression. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Artist David Hockney stands in front of one of his pieces created using the Brushes Redux app on an iPad during a demonstration of his digital art-making process at Costaño School in East Palo Alto on Jan. 19, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.
Anna Simon-Rooke holds her daughter Laura Simon-Rooke, 2, as they chant “love trumps hate” together while attending a protest organized by the Peninsula Peace and Justice Center following the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.