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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
Losing the Nobel Prize

This will be the first of a few posts about Losing the Nobel Prize by Brian Keating, a cosmology professor at UCSD. Let me urge readers to download the Kindle version and read the book so that the discussion will be more lively on future postings! a detailed history of the BICEP project , envisioned by Brian Keating and supported by Andrew Lange , which looks for inflation -induced gravitational waves Life in Palo Alto in September 1999 was miserable for a postdoc making $35,000 per year with college loans to pay off.

Beating the odds: Cristo Rey students in east San Jose blaze a trail to college

Graduating senior Coraima Bolanos Alejo, 17, of San Jose, center, waits before a school event, where college-bound seniors announced their university or college choice in front of their family members and fellow students, on May 18, 2018 at Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School. Bola-os Alejo will attend California State University, East Bay in the fall.

Google Cloud acquires Cask for big data ingestion on-ramp

Google Cloud will acquire Cask Data Inc., a start-up based in Palo Alto, California, that offers a big data platform for enterprises. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Immerse in local history, the record industry and World War I at Bay Area museums

The weather has been beckoning us to leave the house and get away for a destination ride. I have a list of three museums you'll enjoy, plus a few extra goodies.

Triumvira Expands Management Team with Chief Medical Officer and VP of Finance

May 17, 2018-- Triumvira Immunologics , a privately held biopharmaceutical company developing a novel platform for engineering T cells to attack cancers, today announced the formal appointments of Sabine Chlosta, MD, PhD, as Chief Medical Officer, and Jon Irvin as Vice President of Finance. "We are delighted to expand our executive management team with Dr. Chlosta and Mr. Irvin," said Paul Lammers, MD, MSc., President and CEO of Triumvira Immunologics.

Home front: a Hidden Villa fair and a water and landscape class

The city of Palo Alto will offer a class on May 26 on how to install irrigation and fix leaks in existing sprinklers. Image courtesy of PhotoSpin.

Shop Talk: Cycling retailer, restaurant openings

In this week's ShopTalk column, read about a British cycling-lifestyle brand opening a store in Palo Alto, a new eatery opening in Menlo Park and a dumpling restaurant in Mountain View. is bringing its clubhouse to downtown Palo Alto.

Menlo Park opts to separate rail at Ravenswood

When pressed to make a decision - since allocated consultant funding has dried up and then some - Menlo Park's City Council on May 8 finally bit the proverbial bullet of pragmatism and picked a favored option to separate the Caltrain rails from city roads, even while advising staff to research better options. The council voted 3-1-1, with members Ray Mueller opposed and Catherine Carlton abstaining, to move forward with Option A: a proposal to build a single underpass for vehicles at Ravenswood Avenue, tunneling the road 22 feet below the train tracks and restricting access to Alma Street, estimated to cost up to $200 million.

Council commits almost $23 million toward low-income housing project

A preliminary design shows a proposed 71-unit affordable housing development slated to replace a Taco Bell at 950 W. El Camino Real in Mountain View. The City Council on May 15 approved $22.7 million in below-market-rate funds toward the project.

Menlo Park: Comic lovers to descend on library this weekend in new tradition

The Mandalorian Wolves of Mandalore costume group put a creative spin on "Star Wars" bounty hunters during the 2017 Comic Con at Menlo Park Library. They will be back for this year's event on Saturday, May 19, along with the Dark Empire costume group and the 501st Legion's Golden Gate Garrison.

Palo Alto: Father-daughter duo battle robots together

Hannah Rucker, 13, works on DUCK!, a robot that has made it to the second round of competition on the "BattleBots" television series. That line, which kicks off every episode of the " BattleBots " television series, is well known to Hal Rucker and his daughter Hannah, 13. They were featured on the premiere episode of the new season on May 11 with DUCK!, a flat, four-wheeled robot that Hal built and Hannah helps operate.

Dogpatch startup lets employees paint walls, walk around barefoot at new office

After signing a 10-year lease on the historic waterfront at Pier 70 , San Francisco-based tech outfit Gusto wanted their seaside digs to feel less stodgy and more like home. So much so that the company allows employees to help paint the walls and-brace yourselves, kicks fans-walk around barefoot.

Java-Based Cloud Provider Jelastic Adds Cloud Security Features

Cloud hosting platform provider Jelastic has released a new version of Jelastic Shield, with which the company adds a number of security enhancements to its evolving PaaS/IaaS platform. With this release the platform gets a new firewall management system, private network isolation, and other features based on customer feedback, the company said.

Palo Alto man languishes in a Nepal jail

Wolf Price of Palo Alto celebrates a meal with Nepalese girls in the shelter he funded and built for women left homeless after a major earthquake in Nepal in 2015. Photo courtesy of Mary Bartnikowski.

Comcast's machineQ Expands LoRaWAN IoT Network to San Francisco Bay Area

Comcast's enterprise IoT network services unit, machineQ, has lit up the San Francisco Bay area with its LoRaWAN-based network. With the latest rollout, startups and developers in cities including Cupertino, Fremont, Hayward, Menlo Park, Mountain View, Oakland, Palo Alto, Redwood City, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Clara and Sunnyvale can now connect to the cloud using the machineQ IoT network.

Solar panel construction in parking lot stirs controversy

This aerial photo shows the proposed locations of the solar panels that REC Solar will build in Palo Alto High School's El Camino parking lot. Members of the community have criticized the project for disrupting the campus's aesthetic and uprooting trees in the parking lot.

Treat Plaza On Treat Blvd. Near Clayton Rd. Will Get A Makeover This Year

It's funny to see people who drink alcohol get so riled up over a substance, especially one that's meant to calm you down. Hypocrite much? Much rather be around stoners than drunks any day.

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