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      Jean Dawes
      Greg Gallo
      Beyond the call
      Isaac and Maddy Stein
      Jay Thorwaldson
      Carolyn Tucher

      Around Town
      New senior residences address Palo Alto's growing need
      Most Palo Alto Shuttle stops don't accommodate elderly, disabled
      School board ponders health benefits for its own members
      City of Palo Alto moves to capture business info
      Three preparing bids for Palo Alto school board
      Compromise difficult in compost debate
      'Grand' vision for El Camino clashes with reality in Palo Alto
      How to use a scholarship: buy a laptop, reduce college debt
      Palo Alto's May Fete Parade to march Saturday
      Gail Price won't seek second council term
      Foundation debuts online 'giving day' for nonprofits
      City cracks down on businesses infringing on sidewalks
      Public Agenda

      Editorial: Approve open space bond Measure AA
      Letters to the editor
      Off Deadline: Counting victories in the 'Battle for the Bay and Baylands'

      Fading Gigolo
      The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Eating Out
      Shop Talk
      Brunch at The Annex

Community Pulse
      Milestone: Virginia Debs' 90th Birthday
      Police calls

Arts & Entertainment
      Theater review: It's live!
      Art community opens up
      Worth A Look

      Paly boys made historic waves 50 years ago
      High School Athletes of the Week
      Perfect season is over
      On the Air
      Sports Shorts
      Paly boys finish ahead of Bells, but not at CCS
      Palo Alto, Gunn and SHP advance to CCS regional golf tourneys
      Cardinal women reset their goal
      Stanford roundup: Cardinal women earn top seed for NCAA polo

Living Well
      Senior Focus
      Wake up, little SUSIE

Real Estate
      Sales at a glance
      Home Front for May 2:
      Garden Tips
      An apothecary at one's fingertips
      Building permits
      Home sales

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