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      Overcoming abuse
      'Trauma is normal and needs to be treated'
      In possible abuse cases, 'Trust the hairs on the back of your neck'

      Council members back new rules for Cubberley artists
      Around town
      School board to city: 'Keep funding schools'
      Gunn principal Villalobos to step down
      Lockheed Martin opens new advanced-materials center
      Psychiatrist's dream lives on after his death
      Residents challenge city over parking at Edgewood Plaza
      New Palo Alto museum faces funding gap
      Three top Palo Alto officials to get raises
      Palo Alto looks to upgrade utility tax
      Palo Alto mulls ending its lease of downtown transit center
      Public Agenda
      El Camino property owners irked by plans for wider sidewalks

      Editorial: Caution and skepticism needed on transit-center lease
      Letters to the editor
      Guest Opinion

      Bad Words (2 and 1/2 stars)
      The Lunchbox (3 stars)

Eating Out
      Bubble tea bonanza
      Shop Talk

Community Pulse
      Police calls

Arts & Entertainment
      A digital tool for discovering public art
      Five works of Palo Alto public art
      Worth a Look

      High School Athletes of the Week
      Ogwumike bids farewell to big stage
      On the Air
      Sports Shorts
      Palo Alto boys win first golf showdown with rival Gunn
      Stanford roundup: Second at NCAAs earns swim honors
      Pinewood is hoping to celebrate anniversary

Real Estate
      Artwork to 'chair'-ish
      Sales at a glance
      Home Front for March 28:
      Building permits
      Home sales