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21 min ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Palo Alto Players is excited to introduce audiences to a Dr. Frankenstein that Mary Shelley could never have imagined.
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4 hrs ago | The Daily Star
My first memories of Dara Bhai are from our house on Asad Avenue in Mohammedpur in the early 1970s.
8 hrs ago | The Jewish News Weekly
Starting on Friday, May 2, community residents and members of the Oshman Family JCC will be able to shop at a weekly, certified farmers market at the OFJCC in Palo Alto.
12 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
With offices filling up in downtown Palo Alto and parking shortages spurring tension between employees and residents, city officials are proposing to start a business-registry program that they hope will help them solve the growing problem.
13 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
Economist Steve Levy talks about Palo Alto's changing demographics at the April 23 panel focused on the question: Who are we? He is joined by, from left, David Harris of The Institute for the Future; Ann Dunkin, chief technology officer at the Palo Alto Unified School District; and former Mayor Sid Espinosa.
13 hrs ago | Palo Alto Weekly
Palo Alto's contentious plan to build a Baylands facility for turning food, yard and other waste into energy is about to take a radical turn as the city prepares to toss aside the proposals it has received from the private sector and assume a more central role in building and managing its composting operation.
17 hrs ago | Pacific Sun
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After LinkedIn launched in 2003, it took the company almost a year and a half to win 500,000 members.
Tesla Motors Inc. has quietly leased a 431,000-square-foot industrial property in the Central Valley city of Lathrop, near Stockton, and is already building out the facility, government officials said.
Palo Alto filmmaker Vanessa Warheit was riding her bicycle, surrounded by cars in traffic, when the "poop analogy" occurred to her.
Palo Alto parent Amy Kacher displays two different EpiPen kits, which enable untrained people to administer the drug Epinephrine in cases of severe allergic reaction.
The 6th Annual Dining Out for Life Silicon Valley is Thursday -- April 24 -- and participating restaurants will donate a portion of the day's proceeds to the Health Trust/AIDS Services.
Lucile Packard Children's Hospital is moving into Sunnyvale for the first time as it stretches out in the region to put services closer to patients.
The US Food and Drug Administration has suggested that surgeons refrain from using tissue-grinding tools to remove uteruses or uterine growths because they increase the risk of spreading undetected cancer.
A 26-year-old male rock climber fell roughly 30 feet from a granite rock face at Yosemite National Park's Cathedral range Sunday, and was airlifted out after sustaining severe injuries.
It was announced this Monday that "Silicon Valley," the Mike Judge-helmed HBO sitcom filmed in and around Palo Alto, has been green lit for a second season by its parent network.
After years of talking about the benefits of a "modernized" Caltrain system, Palo Alto officials on Monday shifted their attention to the thorny impacts of the project, which include downed trees, traffic impacts on Alma Street intersections and a new power station that officials say would bring a new eyesore to the Greenmeadow neighborhood.