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News - September 10, 2021

Palo Alto hosts week-long party to celebrate city's resilience

More than 20 events, featuring arts, sports and music, to unfold in the city Sept. 10-18

by Gennady Sheyner

To celebrate the community's resilience over the course of the pandemic, Palo Alto is hosting a week of more than 20 events, starting Sept. 10 — including sports, arts, musical performances and a run through the Baylands under the full moon.

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Posted by ArtL
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Big thanks to Mark Weiss, music producer and entrepreneur ( Earthwise), for bringing these musicians to Palo Alto!


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Posted by Tom DuBois
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Most events are outside and all are socially distanced. Come out and enjoy yourself this coming week!


Posted by Mark Weiss
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on Sep 19, 2021 at 5:21 pm

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Thanks are due to the following musicians for being Together Again Palo Alto, in order of appearance: Steve Poltz, Dayna Stephens, Genius Wesley, Lucas Vesley, Michael Aaberg, Marco Peris, Will Magid, Morgan Nilsen, Inspector Gadje, Mads Tolling, Colin Hogan, Eric Garland, Gary Brown, Mitch Woods, Nancy Wright, Beth Custer, Will Bernard, Ben Goldberg, Scott Amendola, Eden Edell, Niko Korolog, Esther Young, Josh Thurston Milgrom, Ivor Holloway, Jason Lewis, Wil Blades, Jeff Parker, Skerik and Jeremiah Lockwood.
As an encore, Brittany Haas and Hawktail appear at 2 p.m Saturday, October 2 at Lytton Plaza. Courtesy Earthwise and Chamber of Commerce. Sound by Alex Specht and Andy Heller of Audio Pro Group, Redwood City. Neil Khoury of Mac's gave us water when we were too smokin'.


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