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Both of the InMenlo founders are traveling to distant parts of the world, resulting in InMenlo having less frequent posts, particularly starting next week.  We’ll be back at it in early May.

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InMenlo on a bit of a hiatus

We’re headed to Thailand, part of an all raised-in-Menlo-Park team that includes husband Dennis and friends Sally and Michael. Activities and time difference may well mean less frequent publishing over the next two weeks.

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Allied Arts Guild head gardener Kathleen Bryan Aquiar is all set for spring garden tour

When we visited with Allied Arts Guild head gardener Kathleen Bryan Aquiar, accompanied by photographer Betsy Sergeant Snow, the wisteria, planted in 1932, was in bloom. “It’s original to the property,” Kathleen explained. “It’s so old that it’s pulled the post out of the ground! People do love coming here to see it.” While it […]

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We want your opinion – InMenlo reader survey

We’d like to learn more about our readers — your informational wants, needs and preferences. Learning how you read InMenlo and what you like and dislike will help us do a better job of providing the content you want and use. We greatly appreciate you taking a few minutes to fill out the short, 10-question survey. […]

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InMenlo’s most read 2011 posts: The Top 10

Happy new year! We complete our review of the posts that caught the most reader attention in 2011, looking at number one through ten. Special thanks goes to photographer Scott R. Kline whose work for InMenlo is showcased in more than one post, including the portrait of Leonore Rooney Daschbach at right that accompanied InMenlo’s […]

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InMenlo’s most read 2011 posts: #11 to 20

As we did last year, we thought it would be fun to look at what attracted the most attention on InMenlo during the last 12 months. We begin with #11 to 20 today and will kick off the new year with #1 to 10 tomorrow. The subject matter runs the gamut, from topical (Facebook’s move […]

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InMenlo’s most read 2010 posts: #1-10

Happy new year to all! We continue our review of the posts that caught the most reader attention in 2010, looking at ten through one, which was the about the refurbishment of the Folger Stable (pictured.) 10. Checking in with Commander Lacey Burt, MPPD When we talked to Commander Burt last February, we didn’t know […]

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InMenlo’s most read 2010 posts: #11 to 20

As we looked over the posts that caught the most attention in 2010, we were struck by the diversity of subject matter. So to wrap up the end of this year and start 2011, we thought we’d share the top 20 posts of 2010 with you. Here are numbers 11 to 20; we’ll look at […]

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And a good time was had by all: InMenlo photo exhibit reception at Cafe Zoë

A hearty thanks from the InMenlo team to all the people who stopped by tonight to say hello and take a peak at the InMenlo photo exhibit, which will be on display through August 12 at Cafe Zoe in the Willows neighborhood of Menlo Park. A tip of the hat to Jessa Sharkey and colleagues […]

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New on InMenlo – Map and Facebook

We’ve been adding some new features to InMenlo this weekend – including a new Map page (you’ll see a convenient link to it in the navigation bar just above). On the new Map page, we’ve highlighted the locations of many of the stories we’ve covered so far about Menlo Park. If you zoom in and […]

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