InMenlo’s most read 2012 posts: #11 to 20
Here’s what captured the attention of InMenlo readers during 2012. Results include only posts that went live during the past 12 months. The top ten list will be published tomorrow.
A man of deep faith and strong community ties, Howard Daschbach died on February 9, leaving behind his wife, Leonore, five children, numerous grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
We can only assume that lots of people were interested in baking something with a “punch” for St. Patrick’s Day.
One dachshund gets a new home through the Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, and three years later, the dog has his own Facebook page and over 1,000 followers, not to mention a new companion, another rescue dachshund named Junebug.
One of the many startups tucked away in unlikely places in Menlo Park, Poshmark, a mobile fashion marketplace built around real-time social experiences, rents office space at Menalto Corners.
It seemed like all of Menlo turned out to watch the Space Shuttle Endeavor fly over Bedwell Bayfront Park on its final voyage. (Photo by Scott L. Loftesness)
Where to go and what to do to celebrate Easter proved helpful to InMenlo readers.
For the first time, the trees in the front courtyard of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church (MPPC) on Santa Cruz Avenue were decked out with 12,000 LED Christmas lights.
The Menlo School grad and staff member talked to us about how being an athlete and actor have shaped his life. (Photo of Mark Newtown at top of post by Scott R. Kline)
News media and police outnumbered protestors who’d gathered in front of Met Whitman’s home to issue a report called Meet California’s 1%.
Sirens could be heard all over town last January when an Atherton couple escaped a home invasion robbery.