Behind the Headlines

2017

Wrestling with the problem of RVs

Eviction of RVs from an East Palo Alto street due to public health concerns sparked a protest; meanwhile, city leaders grappled with how to regulate RV dwellers while also helping them.

November 17, 2017 | 3 comments
New vision for Ventura, housing proposals

Weekly journalists discuss Palo Alto's proposal to craft a new vision for the north Ventura neighborhood, as well as the City Council's new effort to encourage more housing construction near jobs and transit.

November 10, 2017 | No comments yet
Serving Palo Alto seniors

Amy Andonian, president and CEO of Avenidas, talks about preparing for the wave of baby boomers who will retire in the coming decades and the latest news from the nonprofit.

November 3, 2017 | No comments yet
Palo Alto Unified interim superintendent

On this week's Behind the Headlines, the Palo Alto school district's new interim superintendent, Karen Hendricks, joins Weekly Publisher Bill Johnson and education writer Elena Kadvany for a discussion.

October 27, 2017 | No comments yet
Locals share fire-relief stories

Hear stories of aid to victims of the North Bay fires from Palo Alto Animal Services Officer Ken Cunningham, Almanac staff writer and American Red Cross volunteer Barbara Wood and Margaret Winters of Atherton.

October 20, 2017 | No comments yet
PODCAST: Palo Alto's pension problem

On 'Behind the Headlines,' City Councilman Eric Filseth estimates the city owes current and future retirees $1 billion
Palo Alto is facing a pension and retiree medical liability that City Councilman Eric Filseth says approaches $1 billion. How is the city going to pay for it?

October 13, 2017 | No comments yet
Planning for housing

Eric Rosenblum, member of Palo Alto's Planning and Transportation Commission, joins Weekly journalists to discuss the city's affordable-housing crisis and the Comprehensive Plan update.

September 30, 2017 | 1 comment
Paly sex-assault report

Weekly Publisher Bill Johnson, Editor Jocelyn Dong and education reporter Elena Kadvany discuss the significance of and reaction to a report on the school district's response to a student sex-assault case in 2016.

September 23, 2017 | No comments yet
Changing retail

Palo Alto Weekly journalists discuss what cities, shopping malls and businesses are doing to reinvent retail and attract customers in the age of e-commerce.

September 15, 2017 | No comments yet
Redesigning rail

Former Palo Alto Mayor Pat Burt joins Weekly Editor journalists to discuss the city's latest plans for separating railroad tracks from local streets.

September 8, 2017 | 1 comment
School district's $6 million blunder

Weekly Publisher Bill Johnson, Editor Jocelyn Dong and education writer Elena Kadvany discuss the school district's failure to reopen contract negotiations this spring, costing the district $6 million in unbudgeted raises and bonuses.

September 1, 2017 | No comments yet
New vision for the Animal Shelter

Weekly journalists talk about Palo Alto's new agreement with the nonprofit Pets in Need and what it means for the future of the city's popular animal shelter.

August 25, 2017 | No comments yet
Sexual misconduct at schools

Weekly journalists discuss new developments in the federal investigation into how Palo Alto Unified responded to cases of sexual misconduct, as well as a new survey that indicates that most instances of sexual harassment at the high schools go unreported.

August 25, 2017 | No comments yet
Local theater scene

Arts & Entertainment Editor Karla Kane discusses the local theater scene with Theater Critic Jeanie Smith and Pear Theatre Artistic Director Betsy Kruse Craig, including which shows are coming up in the next few months.

August 11, 2017 | No comments yet
New vision for waste

Weekly journalists discuss Palo Alto's latest plans for managing waste and the city's gradual shift away from the type of waste-to-energy plant that Palo Alto residents lobbied for when they approved Measure E in 2011.

August 4, 2017 | No comments yet
Self-driving cars

Stephen Zoepf, executive director of the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford, joins Weekly journalists Jocelyn Dong and Elena Kadvany for a discussion of the fast-moving changes in the auto industry.

July 28, 2017 | No comments yet
Inside code enforcement

Weekly journalists Gennady Sheyner, Anna Medina and Linda Taaffe break down how code enforcement works in Palo Alto and discuss what the city is doing to strengthen it.

July 21, 2017 | No comments yet
'Way Cool' open-space events for summer

Listen in on a discussion about the abundance of different and fun ranger- and docent-led activities in local open space areas from fishing with rangers to boating, twilight hikes and moth and spider hunts.

July 14, 2017 | No comments yet
Preserving La Comida

City Council Members Tom DuBois and Lydia Kou join Weekly journalists Linda Taaffe and Gennady Sheyner to discuss La Comida's difficult quest to find a new home for its popular senior-nutrition program.

July 7, 2017 | No comments yet
Junior Museum and Zoo expansion

Weekly journalists Jocelyn Dong and Gennady Sheyner visit the Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo, where they discuss the zoo's planned expansion with Executive Director John Aikin.

June 30, 2017 | 3 comments
The future of parking; cracking down on RVs

Two webcasts cover paid parking, illegal parking
Palo Alto Weekly journalists discuss the city's preparations to overhaul parking rules in downtown and California Avenue in addition to increasing enforcement of RVs along El Camino Real near Stanford.

June 23, 2017 | No comments yet
Tracking surveillance

Palo Alto City Councilman Cory Wolbach joins Palo Alto Weekly journalists Jocelyn Dong and Gennady Sheyner in discussing the city's effort to balance privacy with surveillance technology.

June 16, 2017 | No comments yet
Debate over Castilleja expansion

On this week's "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto Weekly journalists discuss Castilleja School's proposal to redevelop its campus that has divided the surrounding neighborhood.

June 9, 2017 | No comments yet
Students speak out

Four high school student representatives to the Palo Alto Unified Board of Education talk about the recent issues facing the schools and the changes they would like to see happen in the school district.

June 2, 2017 | No comments yet
summer movies preview

On this week's Behind the Headlines, movie critic Peter Canavese joins the Weekly's Gennady Sheyner and Anna Medina for a discussion about this summer's coming attractions.

May 26, 2017 | No comments yet
District investigates sexual assault; Saving Buena Vista

The Weekly's reporters delve into the Palo Alto school district's response to multiple sexual-assault accusations against a student and discuss the $40.4 million deal that will preserve Buena Vista Mobile Home Park.

May 19, 2017 | No comments yet
Palo Alto History Museum

This week's Behind The Headlines examines the planned Palo Alto History Museum that has been in development since 2000, and renovation of its future home is poised to begin soon.

May 12, 2017 | No comments yet
building a bike-friendly city

Robert Neff, chair of the Palo Alto Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee, joins us to discuss the city's push to make local streets more bicycle-friendly.

May 5, 2017 | 7 comments
Housing the homeless; Big East Palo Alto developments

A look back at the 10 years that the Opportunity Center has provided housing and services to homeless persons. The discussion then pivots to East Palo Alto's future development.

April 28, 2017 | No comments yet
Rep. Anna Eshoo

On this week's "Behind the Headlines," Rep. Anna Eshoo joins Palo Alto Weekly Publisher Bill Johnson, Editor Jocelyn Dong and Staff Writer Sue Dremann to discuss issues within and beyond Palo Alto.

April 21, 2017 | 10 comments
Sex ed controversy

On Behind the Headlines this week, Palo Alto Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong and reporters Elena Kadvany and Sue Dremann discuss parents' concerns over a new sex-education program at Palo Alto's three middle schools.

April 14, 2017 | No comments yet
A new vision for parks

On Behind The Headlines, we sat down with two officials from the Community Services Department on Palo Alto's new vision for parks.

April 2, 2017 | No comments yet
City Hall roundup

This week's episode looks at the latest news from City Hall, including the conclusion of the FPPC's investigation into Councilman Adrian Fine, the City Council's new direction on the Comprehensive Plan and the new Residential Preferential Parking program in Evergreen Park.

March 24, 2017 | No comments yet
FPPC investigations; bounty hunters in East Palo Alto

On this week's "Behind the Headlines," reporters Sue Dremann, Elena Kadvany and Gennady Sheyner join Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong for a discussion on the FPPC's investigations into the campaigns of two Palo Alto council members and an East Palo Alto family's jarring experience with bounty hunters.

March 17, 2017 | No comments yet
Restaurants under pressure

Howard Bulka, owner of Howie's Artisan Pizza in Palo Alto, joins Palo Alto Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong and reporter Elena Kadvany to talk about what's driving a local labor shortage and the other economic challenges impacting Midpeninsula restaurants.

March 10, 2017 | No comments yet
Inside social-emotional education

Gunn High School Principal Denise Herrmann joins Palo Alto Weekly journalists Jocelyn Dong and Elena Kadvany to discuss the Palo Alto Unified School District's proposed framework for boosting students' social-emotional skills.

March 3, 2017 | 8 comments
Diversity's champions

Greer Stone, chair of Palo Alto's Human Relations Commission, joins reporters Sue Dremann and Gennady Sheyner on "Behind the Headlines" to discuss the commission's renewed efforts to encourage tolerance and diversity in the community.

February 24, 2017 | No comments yet
Breaking down the budget gap

On this week's "Behind the Headlines," Board of Education member Todd Collins joins Palo Alto Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong and education reporter Elena Kadvany to discuss the school district's response to an ongoing budget shortfall.

February 17, 2017 | No comments yet
the new City Council; school technology and privacy

On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto Weekly journalists Jocelyn Dong, Gennady Sheyner and Elena Kadvany discuss the state of the new City Council and also concerns among Palo Alto students over privacy and technology.

February 10, 2017 | No comments yet
Land-use plan uproar

Councilman expands on his support to add programs in the document that fell short by a 5-4 vote at Monday's meeting
On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto Councilman Tom DuBois joins journalists Jocelyn Dong and Gennady Sheyner to discuss the City Council's divisive debate over the Comprehensive Plan.

February 3, 2017 | 2 comments
Palo Alto Mayor Greg Scharff

A look ahead at the City Council's goals, priorities this coming year
"Behind the Headlines" discusses the City Council's goals and priorities for the coming year. Publisher Bill Johnson, Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong and Reporter Gennady Sheyner are joined by Mayor Greg Scharff.

January 27, 2017 | No comments yet
Seeking sanctuary from domestic violence

Ruth Patrick of WomenSV joins Weekly journalists for a discussion
"Behind the Headlines" discusses the challenges domestic-violence victims face when finding shelter in Santa Clara County. Weekly journalists Jocelyn Dong and Sue Dremann are joined by Ruth Patrick of WomenSV.

January 20, 2017 | No comments yet
Immigration Forum; City Hall roundup

Palo Alto University Chief Financial Officer June Klein joins Editor Jocelyn Dong and reporters Sue Dremann and Elena Kadvany for the discussion
"Behind the Headlines" discusses an upcoming public forum aimed informing immigrants of their rights and resources ahead of anticipated federal policy changes. Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong and reporters Sue Dremann and Elena Kadvany are joined by June Klein, chief financial officer at Palo Alto University.

January 16, 2017 | No comments yet
Office for Civil Rights agreement

Ken Dauber joins Weekly journalists Elena Kadvany and Jocelyn Dong for the discussion
"Behind the Headlines" looks at steps proposed by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights for bringing the Palo Alto school district into compliance with federal law. Weekly journalists Elena Kadvany and Jocelyn Dong are joined by Ken Dauber, vice president of the Board of Education.

January 13, 2017 | 3 comments

2016

Controversy over weighted GPAs

On "Behind the Headlines," Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong and education reporter Elena Kadvany discuss a debate over Palo Alto high schools' practices for reporting students' grade point averages (GPAs) to colleges.

October 28, 2016 | No comments yet
Palo Alto election, East Palo Alto evictions

On "Behind the Headlines," Weekly journalists discuss the recent cash contributions and political fissures in the Palo Alto City Council race and East Palo Alto's effort to address evictions from red-tagged and illegal dwellings.

October 21, 2016 | 1 comment
Palo Alto City Council campaign finance, Airbnb conflicts

On "Behind the Headlines," Weekly journalists discuss the latest happenings in the City Council race and the brewing neighborhood controversies over Airbnb rentals.

October 14, 2016 | No comments yet
Remembering Miner Forty Niner

On "Behind the Headlines," donkey handler Inge Harding-Barlow joins Palo Alto Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong and reporter Sue Dremann to talk about the history of the Barron Park donkeys in Bol Park, remembering Miner Forty Niner, who died last week and the community's affinity for the animals.

October 7, 2016 | No comments yet
Palo Alto City Council and school board candidates

On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto Weekly journalists discuss the 11 candidates for the Palo Alto City Council as well as the five candidates vying for three seats on the Palo Alto school board.

September 24, 2016 | No comments yet
Retail news, housing controversies in Palo Alto

Palo Alto Weekly journalists discuss the reprieve for CinéArts, the closure of Keeble & Shuchat Photography, the city's review of Mark Zuckerberg's plans to replace four homes he owns, and a proposal for a building with 60 small apartments on El Camino Real.

September 16, 2016 | No comments yet
Remembering Sept. 11

On "Behind the Headlines," a Sept. 11 survivor -- now living in Mountain View -- shares her story, and Palo Alto Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong talks about three commemorative community events that are planned for Sunday, the 15th anniversary of the attacks.

September 9, 2016 | No comments yet
Master plan for public art

On "Behind the Headlines," Elise DeMarzo, director of Palo Alto's public-arts program, joins Weekly Arts & Entertainment Editor Karla Kane and Reporter Gennady Sheyner for a discussion of the city's new master plan for public art.

September 2, 2016 | No comments yet
The evolving El Camino Real

On "Behind the Headlines," Weekly journalists talk about El Camino Real's forgotten treasures and ongoing transformation.

August 26, 2016 | 1 comment
Housing crisis, November elections

On "Behind the Headlines," Weekly journalists talk about Palo Alto's affordable housing crisis and the upcoming election of new City Council and Board of Education members.

August 19, 2016 | No comments yet
Flood protection in the Baylands

On "Behind the Headlines," Len Materman, executive director of the San Francisquito Creek Joint Powers Authority, talks about the massive flood-control project in the Baylands, which kicked off last Friday.

August 12, 2016 | No comments yet
Local Muslims' reaction to current political climate

On "Behind the Headlines," Samina Faheem Sundas, founder of American Muslim Voice, talks about the current U.S. political climate and the local Muslim community.

August 5, 2016 | 8 comments
The road to Rio

On this week's webcast, Weekly Sports Editor Rick Eymer and Associate Sports Editor Glenn Reeves talk about which local athletes are making the trek to the summer Olympics in Rio, as well as how they are preparing and their impact on the summer games.

July 29, 2016 | No comments yet
Race, policing and reconciliation

Webcast guests Pastor Paul Bains of the Saint Samuel Church of God in Christ and Commander Jeff Liu of the East Palo Alto Police Department join Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong and reporter Sue Dremann to talk about the local reaction to the recent shootings in Baton Rouge, Minnesota and Dallas, the role of community policing, fear and support of law enforcement within minority communities, and the steps needed to bridge underlying tension.

July 22, 2016 | No comments yet
Palo Alto's transit dilemma, a CDC report on suicide, candidates for City Council

On this week's webcast, Weekly journalists discuss developments on their respective beats, including the public-transit dilemma in Palo Alto, findings from a CDC report on youth suicides as well as reactions, and a preview of possible candidates for this year's City Council election.

July 15, 2016 | No comments yet
Stanford's Michael Kirst talks about his career in education, his work leading the state

On this week's webcast, Michael Kirst, the longest serving state Board of Education president and a professor at Stanford University's Graduate School of Education, talks about his long career in education, his work leading the state's Local Control Funding Formula, as well as his thoughts on local school district funding, academic standards and education in California.

July 8, 2016 | No comments yet
How Shoreline's Fourth of July fireworks display is put on

Dan Nitzan, pyrotechnics expert and organizer of the Fourth of July fireworks show at Mountain View's Shoreline Amphitheatre, joins Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong and reporter Sue Dremann to talk about what goes into the annual Independence Day show.

July 1, 2016 | No comments yet
Castilleja School's plans for expansion, potential math curriculum

On "Behind the Headlines," Weekly journalists discuss the process behind potential new elementary mathematics curricula and Castilleja School's plans for expansion.

June 24, 2016 | No comments yet
Saving Buena Vista Mobile Home Park

On "Behind the Headlines," Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian and community activist Winter Dellenbach join Weekly Publisher Bill Johnson and reporter Gennady Sheyner to discuss the latest developments in the effort to preserve the Buena Vista Mobile Home Park.

June 17, 2016 | No comments yet
the Brock Turner sentencing and a review of the June 6 primary

On this week's webcast, Palo Alto Weekly journalists talk about the Brock Turner case and the June 6 primary.

June 10, 2016 | No comments yet
Student voice, engagement and mental health

On this week's webcast, four Palo Alto and Gunn high school students join education reporter Elena Kadvany to talk about their experiences with issues like student voice, engagement and mental health.

June 3, 2016 | 3 comments
DA's report on fatal shooting in Palo Alto

On "Behind the Headlines," Weekly journalists talk about the District Attorney's findings related to the fatal shooting of a mentally ill man in Palo Alto, as well as the influx of cash in the California State Assembly District 24 race.

May 27, 2016 | No comments yet
Palo Alto school district budget and teacher salaries

On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto school board President Heidi Emberling and board member Ken Dauber join Weekly Publisher Bill Johnson and reporter Elena Kadvany to discuss teacher salaries and the school district budget.

May 20, 2016 | No comments yet
The Palo Alto Medical Reserve Corps and its role in a major disaster

On "Behind the Headlines," Geri Spieler, co-chair of the Palo Alto Medical Reserve Corps, joins Weekly Editor Jocelyn Dong and reporter Sue Dremann to talk about the Corps, a branch of the City of Palo Alto's Emergency Services Volunteers program, and its role when a disaster occurs.

May 13, 2016 | No comments yet
Class sizes in school district

On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto parents Sally Kadifa and Rita Tetzlaff join Weekly Editor-in-Chief Jocelyn Dong and education reporter Elena Kadvany to talk about class sizes and odd calculations by the school district.

May 6, 2016 | No comments yet
Palo Alto's transportation challenges and potential solutions

On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto's Chief Transportation Official Joshuah Mello joins Weekly reporters Gennady Sheyner and Sue Dremann to discuss the city's transportation challenges and potential solutions.

April 29, 2016 | No comments yet
Royal Manor's single-story overlay application and taxi industry's struggle to survive

On "Behind the Headlines," Weekly journalists discuss a proposed ban on two-story homes in the Royal Manor neighborhood and local cabbies' struggle with the rise of rideshare companies.

April 23, 2016 | No comments yet
The possible expansion of full-day kindergarten in Palo Alto schools

On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto Unified Superintendent Max McGee, Chief Academic Officer PK-5 Barbara Harris and Director of Academic Supports Judy Argumedo join Weekly Editor-in-Chief Jocelyn Dong and education reporter Elena Kadvany to discuss the school district's possible shift to a kindergarten model.

April 15, 2016 | No comments yet
Eight candidates in the California Assembly District 24 race

On "Behind the Headlines," Weekly Editor-in-Chief Jocelyn Dong leads a discussion with Weekly reporter Gennady Sheyner, Almanac reporter Kate Bradshaw and Mountain View Voice reporter Mark Noack on the eight candidates vying to replace Assemblyman Rich Gordon in Sacramento.

April 8, 2016 | No comments yet
Underground toxins at Stanford Research Park

On "Behind the Headlines," College Terrace resident Fred Balin joins Weekly Editor-in-Chief Jocelyn Dong and reporter Sue Dremann to discuss the underground toxins at Stanford Research Park.

April 1, 2016 | No comments yet
Stanford sexual-assault trial

On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto Weekly Editor-in-Chief Jocelyn Dong leads a discussion with reporters Elena Kadvany and Sue Dremann on the Brock Turner trial.

March 25, 2016 | No comments yet
Traffic congestion and affordable housing in Palo Alto, as well as possible solutions

On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto Weekly journalists discuss the city's affordable housing crisis and traffic congestion, as well as possible solutions to both issues.

March 18, 2016 | No comments yet
Youth mental health in Palo Alto and efforts to support teens and their families

On "Behind the Headlines," Steven Adelsheim, director of Stanford's Center for Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing and a clinical psychiatrist, joins Palo Alto Weekly Editor-in-Chief Jocelyn Dong and reporter Elena Kadvany to talk about youth mental health in Palo Alto, as well as efforts to support teens and their families.

March 11, 2016 | No comments yet
Renaming of Palo Alto institutions, school district gift policy and new office cap

On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto Weekly journalists talk about the renaming of Palo Alto institutions, a proposed policy regarding gifts made to the school district and the "beauty contest" between new developments.

March 4, 2016 | No comments yet
'State of the City' speech and top challenges facing the city

On this week's "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto Mayor Pat Burt joins Palo Alto Weekly Publisher Bill Johnson and reporter Gennady Sheyner to talk about his "State of the City" address, which focused on transportation challenges and potential solutions, as well as top challenges facing the city.

February 26, 2016 | No comments yet
Who are Palo Alto's Chinese and Chinese-American residents?

On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto residents Debra Cen and Jieming Robinson, organizers of an all-community Chinese New Year celebration at Mitchell Park Community Center on Feb. 21, joins Weekly Editor in Chief Jocelyn Dong and reporter Sue Dremann to discuss the ideas for better integrating immigrants into the broader Palo Alto community and their perspectives on cultural issues facing the city.

February 19, 2016 | No comments yet
Obstacles facing undocumented youth in East Palo Alto, neighboring communities

On "Behind the Headlines," Stanford University student Irving Rodriguez, who grew up in Chicago as an undocumented immigrant, joins Weekly Editor in Chief Jocelyn Dong and reporter Elena Kadvany to discuss the challenges local undocumented youth face in pursuing higher education, legal work and protection from deportation, as well as other barriers to full participation in American society.

February 12, 2016 | No comments yet
The city's latest plans for dramatically cutting carbon emissions

On "Behind the Headlines," Palo Alto's Chief Sustainability Officer Gil Friend joins Weekly journalists to discuss the city's latest plans for dramatically cutting carbon emissions.

February 5, 2016 | No comments yet
Webast: Second-dwelling units in Palo Alto, school board's divided stance on new 'innovative' high school

On this week's half-hour webcast, "Behind the Headlines," Publisher Bill Johnson leads a discussion with reporters Elena Kadvany and Gennady Sheyner about new school proposals and the possible construction of more "granny" apartments to deal with the city's housing shortage.

January 29, 2016 | No comments yet
Sexual violence at Stanford University; preparations for Super Bowl 50

Criticisms of how Stanford University handles cases of sexual assault and Palo Alto's preparations for the Super Bowl are the topics on this week's half-hour webcast, "Behind the Headlines," with Weekly Editor in Chief Jocelyn Dong and reporters Elena Kadvany and Sue Dremann.

January 22, 2016 | No comments yet
Changes at Stanford Research Park; police training in working with the mentally ill

New development at Stanford Research Park and the training of police to handle people who are mentally ill are the topics on this week's half-hour webcast, "Behind the Headlines," with Weekly Editor in Chief Jocelyn Dong and reporters Sue Dremann and Gennady Sheyner.

January 15, 2016 | No comments yet
Divisive mayoral election; fatal police shooting

The fatal shooting of a mentally ill man by Palo Alto police and the drama surrounding the election of the city's mayor and vice mayor are the topics on this week's half-hour webcast, "Behind the Headlines," with Weekly Editor in Chief Jocelyn Dong, Publisher Bill Johnson and reporters Sue Dremann and Gennady Sheyner.

January 8, 2016 | No comments yet

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