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The city of Palo Alto is named after a very tall tree called El Palo Alto which in Spanish means "the high stick" or "the high pole." It is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area. Several Silicon Valley high-technology companies are headquartered in Palo Alto including Hewlett-Packard and Facebook. Notable residents include Amy Irving (Traffic), James Franco (Pineapple Express, Milk, James Dean) and brother Dave Franco (Scrubs), folk singer Joan Baez, and musical groups The Donnas and The Grateful Dead.

Population: 58598
Local Newspapers: Palo Alto Daily Post Palo Alto Daily News Palo Alto Weekly
Local Sports Teams: Stanford Cardinals
Local Colleges: Stanford University

Zip Codes associated with palo alto, california: 94301 94303 94304 94306
Towns/Cities near palo alto, california : Menlo Park Stanford The Willows Lindenwood Atherton Charleston Meadow

Palo Alto News
Teen Arts Council hosts second open mic this year

Teen Arts Council President Nandini Relan and Publicity Officer Emily Zhang introduce the open mic's next performer. "The best part [of open mics], I have to say, is just the atmosphere and getting to see such a variety of performers and performances," Zhang said.

Menlo Park: City tries to keep 101 work traffic from spilling onto streets

A staff rendering shows where a partial curb extension will be installed at Woodland Avenue and Middlefield Road in The Willows neighborhood as a means to slow down vehicular traffic and make the intersection safer for pedestrians and bicyclists. Menlo Park this week implemented a series of traffic modifications along Willow Road to stem a recent influx of cars that have spilled onto residential streets from the ongoing reconfiguration of the Highway 101 connection.

For new bike boulevard, it's not smooth sailing

A bicyclist rides down Loma Verde Avenue past the newly constructed concrete islands at the intersection of Ross Road where the street has narrowed and cars have to drive into the bike lane. Photo by Veronica Weber.

Editorial: The risks of secrecy

The Palo Alto school board approved a new policy this week that requires the superintendent to tell trustees the identity of a donor who gives more than $50,000. Photo by Veronica Weber.

Public Agenda: History Museum update; taxicab ordinance

The council plans to discuss and consider adopting the Sustainable Implementation Plan for 2018-2020 and hear a status update on the proposed Palo Alto History Museum at 300 Homer Ave. The council will then meet in a closed session to discuss a complaint from James Judge Luckey against the city. The meeting will begin at 5 p.m. on Monday.

Newly renovated Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford to open its doors

This is a big week for the Stanford Medicine community: The renovated Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford will officially open its doors on Saturday, Dec. 9. From a hospital release : Designed to transform the patient and family experience, the new 521,000-square-foot building more than doubles the size of the existing pediatric and obstetric hospital campus. The new building adds 149 patient beds for a total of 361 on the Palo Alto campus, enabling the hospital to serve more patients than ever before and allowing it to deploy awaited renovation plans for the existing hospital building.

Palo Alto: Expansion of Junior Museum and Zoo to proceed

Project will also boost access throughout Rinconada Park; staff will come back to council next year on ways to solve funding gap An artistic rendering shows a rebuilt Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo. The City Council on Dec. 4, 2017, approved the project moving forward with the addition of a part-time city staffer to work with the museum on future exhibits.

Local boys make bad

James Franco plays the eccentric Tommy Wiseau, known for making what's been dubbed "the worst film ever made," in the biographical comedy "The Disaster Artist." Photo by Justina Mintz, courtesy of Warner Bros.

Near a wildfire? Not every mask will help keep out harmful pollutants

Authorities closed a major freeway Thursday as flames from the Southern California wildfire jumped lanes and threatened beach front homes. A family wears face masks as they walk through the smoke filled streets after the Thomas wildfire swept through Ventura, Calif.

Home front

A roundup of home and garden tips and events on the Midpeninsula, including rooftop solar changes and an orchid workshop. If you live in Palo Alto and are considering rooftop solar, the deadline is approaching for the end of the Net Energy Metering program.

'Guided Colors' youth exhibit opens

Palo Alto's Cubberley Artist Studio Program will host an exhibit by 13 local youth artists working in a variety of media, including sculpture, mixed media and murals. The exhibit, "Guided Colors," opens Sunday, Dec. 10, 3-5:30 p.m., at ArtLab Gallery, 4000 Middlefield Road.

Caltrain fare study update shows equity problems

Today, Thursday December 7, the Caltrain board is getting an update on the major fare study. The data shown reveals equity problems with the fare structure.

Memories from another era

George Parker, 99, a World War II veteran, in his home office in Burlingame with his wife Cari. Parker served with an artillery battery in the Pacific.

Caltrans Seeks Public Input on Proposed 101 Express Lanes

Caltrans on Wednesday is slated to hold its second to last meeting as it mulls installing express lanes on Highway 101 along the Peninsula. The proposed express lanes would stretch from Interstate 380 near San Francisco International Airport to Whipple Avenue in Redwood City, and then already existing carpool lanes from Redwood City to the Palo Alto area would be converted to express lanes.

Dazzling production, dated stereotypes

Phileas Fogg , Sir Francis and Parsi navigate their way through the jungle in TheatreWorks Silicon Valley's "Around the World in 80 Days." Photo by Kevin Berne.

Hazelcast Joins Eclipse Foundation

In-memory data grid specialist Hazelcast Inc. today announced that it has joined the Eclipse Foundation to bring its "extensive Java-driven community experience to a host of open source projects." The company will focus primarily on JCache , Eclipse MicroProfile and the Eclipse Enterprise for Java Project, the company said.

City braces for impacts of new housing laws

About 13 percent of land in Palo Alto is eligible for housing projects that can go under an expedited approval-process through Senate Bill 35, a new law going into effect on Jan. 1, 2018. Weekly file photo.

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