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  1. City forfeits $1 million in Airbnb taxesRead the original story

    Apr 14, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    This cottage industry -- now numbering more than 800 listings in Mountain View -- has prospered thanks in part to the city's hands-off approach. For years, city officials have mostly turned a blind eye to short-term rental hosts by declining to update city policies, levy hotel taxes or enforce zoning rules.

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  2. Suspect charged in Mountain View Voice online hacking caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    A 34-year-old San Francisco man was arraigned on April 11 in federal District Court for the Sept. 17, 2015, hacking of Mountain View Voice online and other websites operated by Embarcadero Media, the Palo Alto-based publisher of community newspapers, including the Voice.

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  3. 'Now You' don'tRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2016 | Mountain View Voice

    The "NOW That's What I Call Music!" anthology CD series is up to volume 58 of pop hits, which makes me wonder why all movies aren't titled like this week's Hollywood sequel "Now You See Me 2." It's a title that evokes magic, but also comprises a command: You will see this latest product..."2," except that you really don't have to. Not much has changed in the world of "Now You See Me."

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  4. The romance of ballroom danceRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2015 | Mountain View Voice

    Winston and Lilly Chow dance the tango at the 2015 Gumbo Dancesport Championships competition in Baton Rouge on June 27. Photo courtesy of Bobby Campbell of Moon Dance Studios. When Winston and Lilly Chow met in college, they had a common interest in ballroom dancing, each having taken one class for their physical-education requirement.

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  5. Science, songs and The Ten Thousand WaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    Greg Bentsen and Trisha Stan formed The Ten Thousand Ways after meeting through the Stanford science community. Photo courtesy of The Ten Thousand Ways By day, Trisha Stan and Greg Bentsen are a professor of biology and a graduate student working in quantum engineering, respectively.

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  6. District attorney endorses judge facing recallRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    Santa Clara County Judge Aaron Persky, the embattled judge whose controversial sentencing of former Stanford University student Brock Turner made waves across the globe last year, has received a high-profile endorsement in his fight to retain his seat on the bench from the county's district attorney, Jeff Rosen. Rosen tops a partial list of endorsements posted on Persky's official retain campaign website, launched in response to a high-profile recall campaign working to unseat him.

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  7. Home Front: Farm-to-table dining; Easter egg huntRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    The farm's animal husbandry manager will be available to answer questions about how practices like animal pasture rotation and an organic diet help build a sustainable future. All proceeds from the event go to support sustainable food programs at Hidden Villa.

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  8. Pear Theatre losing its impresarioRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    Diane Tasca served as director of Mountain View's Pear Avenue Theatre for 15 years. Here she is photographed on set on March 27, 2017.

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  9. Science, songs and The Ten Thousand WaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    Greg Bentsen and Trisha Stan formed The Ten Thousand Ways after meeting through the Stanford science community. Photo courtesy of The Ten Thousand Ways By day, Trisha Stan and Greg Bentsen are a professor of biology and a graduate student working in quantum engineering, respectively.

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  10. Women's rights walk Sunday in Palo AltoRead the original story

    Mar 24, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    Local female leaders from an array of fields, from education and activism to public service, will speak at a rally on Sunday, March 26, in Palo Alto organized by Feminist Majority, a national women's rights organization. The group's "Rally and Walk for Equality" seeks to "raise awareness and mobilize support for the final drive to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment," a Constitutional amendment that would prohibit sex discrimination and guarantee equal rights for women and girls, a press release states.

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  11. Not perfect? No problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    Conductor Cathy Humphers Smith leads the Terrible Adult Chamber Orchestra through a tribute to composer John Williams on February 26, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.

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  12. This week's A&E highlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    David Brookings and the Average Lookings will perform a free show at Red Rock Coffee in Mountain View on Saturday, March 25. Photo by Patric Carver. The San Jose-based band David Brookings and the Average Lookings will bring its catchy melodies, classic power-pop sound and thoughtful lyrics to Mountain View's Red Rock Coffee on Saturday, March 25, for a free, all-ages performance.

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  13. Trump cuts spell trouble for local housingRead the original story

    Mar 23, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    Calling an affordable-housing project a "miracle" sounds trite, but the term now seems apt for a new 67-unit apartment project being built 1701 El Camino Real. Due to start construction next month, the $32-million project by the Palo Alto Housing Corporation recently dodged a major setback that could have left years of work in tatters.

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  14. 'Understanding Islam' speaker series starts in AprilRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    Santa Clara County Joe Simitian is looking to increase the public's knowledge of Islam and Muslims through a speaker series with regional leaders that will launch in Palo Alto next month. Simitian, a former state senator and Palo Alto mayor, is collaborating with the Commonwealth Club for a free "Understanding Islam" speaker series that starts April 3. "We're lucky to live in one of the most diverse places in the country," Simitian said in a press release.

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  15. Family feuds and filial pietyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    Two elderly sisters, separated by an ocean as well as years of hostility and pain, and the two daughters who are determined to reunite them before it's too late, are at the heart of "Calligraphy," Velina Hasu Houston's multicultural family drama, now given its regional premiere by TheatreWorks Silicon Valley at Palo Alto's Lucie Stern Theatre. Inspired in part by the playwright's own family, "Calligraphy" tells the tale of Noriko Jameson.

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  16. Recall election of Brock Turner judge postponedRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    Michele Dauber, chair of the Recall Persky campaign, speaks during a Sept. 2, 2016, rally in San Jose following the release of Brock Turner, who Persky sentenced to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman on Stanford's campus.

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  17. Five suspects nabbed after downtown Palo Alto hit-and-runRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    On March 17 at around 3:30 p.m., a Palo Alto police officer tried to stop a Volkswagen Touareg on Emerson Street, but the car sped off. It turned left onto Homer Avenue, going the wrong way on the one-way street, and allegedly struck a cyclist, causing her major injuries, police stated in a news release.

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  18. CDC releases final youth suicide reportRead the original story

    Mar 4, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released Friday a much-anticipated final report on its investigation into youth suicide in Santa Clara County, offering an exhaustive, epidemiological look at what experts and others have called a critical public health issue. Although the Santa Clara County Public Health Department formally filed a request for the CDC to conduct the study on behalf of the Palo Alto school district, the investigation examined trends, risk factors and other data on youth ages 10 to 24 years old throughout Santa Clara County from 2003 to 2015.

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  19. Dump truck hits U.S. Highway 101 overpassRead the original story

    Mar 3, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    A dump truck struck an overpass on U.S. Highway 101 in Palo Alto on Thursday night, which has closed down two lanes not expected to reopen until noon Friday. The semi-trailer truck was going south on the freeway near Embarcadero Road around 10:50 p.m. where it struck the overpass and the container it was hauling ripped open, leaving debris on lanes, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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  20. This week's A&E highlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2017 | Mountain View Voice

    The Okee Dokee Brothers take young listeners on a musical journey through the great outdoors. The band performs at Stanford on March 5. Photo courtesy of Stanford Live.

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