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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

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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.

Palo Alto council takes 'moderate and balanced' approach to housing, job growth

Palo Alto's pro-development and slow-growth council members - who often disagree about the proper pace for adding homes and jobs - reached a compromise this week. The council voted 8-1 Monday to approve a preferred growth pattern that meets each side about halfway among six options presented.

Not perfect? No problem

Members of the Terrible Adult Chamber Orchestra laugh while sight-reading music by John Williams on February 26, 2017. Photo by Veronica Weber.

Impossible Foods Plans World Domination With Oakland Production Facility

Impossible Foods , the company behind the meatless Impossible Burger, continues to expand in the Bay Area with an new, large-scale production facility in Oakland. The facility is currently under construction, with the goal of producing one million pounds of plant-based "meat" per month -enough to serve four million Impossible Burgers- by the end of the year.

Palo Alto: Tab for dump-truck damage to Embarcadero overpass could be $1 million

A dump-truck driver headed south on Highway 101 without having lowered the dump bed hit the Embarcadero Road overpass in Palo Alto on Thursday, March 2, 2017. Caltrans officials say a preliminary estimate of the damage is about $1 million.

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Family feuds and filial piety

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.

Recall election of Brock Turner judge postponed

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.

2 home burglars arrested in Palo Alto after stealing jewelry, checkbook, cash

On March 12, at 10:44 p.m., the Palo Alto Police Department's dispatch center received a call about a residential burglary at a home in the 600 block of Fulton Street. The residents, a couple in their 70s, left the home that morning and had returned a few minutes before calling police.

Science Night returns to the Menlo Park Library on March 30

On Thursday, March 30, the Menlo Park Library will be hosting its fourth Science Night for adults, teens, and elementary school-aged children. Displays and hands-on activities will be supplied by organizations including the National Weather Service, Marine Mammal Center, USGS Library, Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo, Marine Science Institute, Beekeepers' Guild of San Mateo County, Recology, Learningtech, Camp Edmo, Cheeky Monkey Toys, and Kepler's Books.

Electric rates set to surge in Palo Alto

Despite a wet winter that recharged Palo Alto's hydroelectric supplies, the city's electric customers could be in for a shock in July, when rates are expected to go up by 12 percent or more. The new estimate from the city's Utilities Department shows electricity rates rising for the second time in two years on July 1 after seven straight years of stability.

Teenage suicide raises painful issues in Asian-American communities

The recent suicide of an Asian-American girl, an 11th grader who attended a top-performing high school in the Bay Area, once again saddened an entire community of parents, educators and peers. Her cause of death, according to school authorities, was intentionally overdosing on antidepressant drugs.

More apartments proposed near Caltrain Hayward Park: Developer seeks...

Owners of the AAA office building at 1650 S. Delaware St. are looking to construct a new five-story apartment complex. The proposed 64 new units would be directly adjacent to the massive Station Park Green mixed-use development and down the street from the nearly complete Hines office complex.

Palo Alto moves toward compromise on growth vision

Responding to an uproar of criticism from residents and community volunteers, members of the Palo Alto City Council swiftly rescinded on Monday night their controversial Jan. 30 decision to strip all programs from the city's guiding land-use document, the Comprehensive Plan. By a unanimous vote, the council voted to restore back to the document the more than 350 programs that were pegged for removal from the Comprehensive Plan, which the city is in the midst of updating and which will ultimately guide the city's policies on growth until 2030.

Palo Alto: Police arrest 3 teens for stealing jewelry, electronics from home

Police have arrested a man from Oakdale and two 15-year-old Palo Alto boys who police say are responsible for burglarizing a Palo Alto home in February. Jarred Paine, 18, was booked into the Santa Clara County Main Jail for residential burglary, committing a felony while out on bail for another felony and possession of burglary tools, police said in a news release Monday.

Jewish tales of Arab lands on stage

The Jewish Women's Theatre , an L.A.-based troupe that was founded to give Jewish women spaces to share their stories, is bringing new material to the Bay Area for the fourth year in a row. The new collection being presented at the Osher Marin JCC and Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto features stories on immigration, social change and the importance of self-care - topics that are particularly resonant in the current political climate.

Muslim supporters turn out in South Bay

Audience members raise their hands during a speaker for "Hands Around the Mosque" at the Muslim Community Association in Santa Clara, Calif. on Sunday, March 19, 2017.

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