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'Marshmallow Test' psychologist discusses self-control
Fifty years ago, Walter Mischel embarked on a now famous study called "The Marshmallow Test." He returned to the study's... Last comment on Nov 26, 2014 at 10:28 am | 15 comments

Menlo College wants to buy, preserve Sunset campus
An idea that could preserve the existing Sunset Magazine buildings has been put forth by Menlo College, which has outgrown... Last comment on Nov 25, 2014 at 1:04 pm | 10 comments

Gunn student, former teacher call for more balanced academic culture
A Gunn High School student and former teacher brought to the school board Tuesday night a rallying cry to create a healthier,... Last comment 5 hours ago | 123 comments

County looks to redesign Page Mill-Oregon, Foothill expressways
Some of the most dangerous and congested sections of Oregon Expressway/Page Mill Road from Alma Street to Foothill Expressway... Last comment on Nov 26, 2014 at 12:37 pm | 40 comments

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New housing plan for Maybell Avenue site set for review
A year after Palo Alto voters struck down an approved housing development on Maybell Avenue, the city is preparing to review another housing plan for the 2.46-acre site in the Green Acres neighborhood. Thursday, 9:06 AM | 6 comments

Palo Alto Medical Foundation offers free yoga class for youth
The physical and mental benefits of practicing yoga are numerous and well-supported by research: decreased stress, enhanced concentration, improved flexibility, better posture, reduced insomnia -- to name a few. Thursday, 9:06 AM

Officer disciplined for texting photo of 'scantily clad' arrestee
A Palo Alto police officer faced disciplinary actions from the department earlier this year for texting to another officer a photo of a scantily-clad arrestee who had just been nabbed in a commercial burglary case, according to a new report from the city's independent police auditor. Thursday, 8:13 AM | 14 comments

Palo Alto set to approve digital artwork for City Hall lobby
The latest element in Palo Alto's roughly $4.5-million effort to enhance the ground floor at City Hall will be nearly impossible for visitors to 250 Hamilton Ave. to miss or ignore. The council is preparing to approve a digital artwork that aims to make the building "an extension of community." Wednesday, 9:18 AM | 12 comments

VIDEO: Stanford students protest decision in Ferguson
Stanford students and community members marched from the university to City Hall on Nov. 25, 2014, in protest of a Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown. They spoke out about racial tensions, injustices and what they feel needs to change in the nation. Wednesday, 1:03 PM | 7 comments

Three-story building proposed for Olive Garden site
In the latest sign of the construction boom happening around California Avenue, Palo Alto planners are considering a proposal to demolish the Olive Garden building on El Camino Real and replace it with a three-story development that would be four times as dense as the existing structure. Wednesday, 7:28 AM | 20 comments

Palo Alto considers changing its policy for labor negotiations
Seeking to add transparency to its labor-negotiations process, Palo Alto is considering scrapping its practice of holding closed sessions to consider compensation adjustments for its managers and professionals. Tuesday, 9:46 AM | 9 comments

Palo Alto mulls options for new Foothills 'parkland'

Ferguson decision triggers local protest

Palo Alto, Stanford students named Rhodes scholars

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