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Palo Alto seeks to reboot bike-bridge project
After their first bid to create a "landmark" bike bridge over U.S. Highway 101 took an unfortunate turn, Palo Alto officials... Last comment 18 hours ago | 19 comments

Editorial: The vanishing surplus
The Palo Alto school board has spent months in what we now discover were two alternate realities, one taking place behind... Last comment 9 hours ago | 40 comments

Salary hikes put pressure on school budget
A historic new compensation agreement with teachers and classified employees that the Palo Alto school board is likely to... Last comment on May 22, 2016 at 2:17 pm | 29 comments

Palo Alto residents oppose VTA bus plan
Palo Alto residents told county transportation officials to go back to the drawing board after viewing three proposed bus... Last comment on May 22, 2016 at 9:50 pm | 17 comments

 
 
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"SAP hosts GIRLsmarts4tech"
The SAP Palo Alto office turned into a workspace for 60 middle schoolers last week who were there for GIRLsmarts4tech, a workshop on computer science and technology. The girls had a packed day with hands-on sessions about making music on their computers, creating web pages, programming games, and even designing user interfaces. The aim was to jump-start students' interest in computer science by getting them to see the technology behind the things they use every day. Photo by Cheryl Allison. Submitted by Arunima Kumar on Oct 23, 2014

 
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Bock-long development approved for Olive Garden site
The already sizzling construction climate around California Avenue is set to heat up even further after the City Council approved on Monday night a proposal to demolish the Olive Garden restaurant on El Camino Real and replace it with a mixed-use development featuring offices, condominiums and retail space. Tuesday, 1:33 AM

Independent groups pump cash into Assembly campaign

With new contract, 70 percent of teachers will earn over $100K

New proposal recommends full-day kindergarten for all

Stanford names new Graduate School of Business dean

Assembly candidate submits murky donor reports

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The Angry Birds Movie Adults will have a hard time looking at Sony Animation's "The Angry Birds Movie" -- based on the addictive, phenomenally popular video game -- and not seeing it for what it is: the answer to a question no one asked. Well, movie studio executives obvi...... Read the full review

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