Stephen Curry will hold a live Instagram Q&A with Dr. Anthony Fauci tomorrow, Thursday, March 26, at 10:00 am PDT. The Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases will join the Warriors’ star  – and Atherton resident – to answer questions regarding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Curry is currently accepting questions via his Instagram Stories (@stephencurry30), where they will be answered by Dr. Fauci tomorrow on Instagram Live. You can tune in here:

This is the latest effort from Curry to help in the fight to limit the spread of COVID-19. The Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation, started by Stephen and his wife Ayesha, last week launched a Facebook Fundraiser which has already amassed $150,000 in donations to benefit Feeding America.

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Local organizations and businesses respond to coronavirus crisis – some with free offerings

Coincidentally this morning, I interviewed Atherton resident Robbie Kellman Baxter about her latest book, The Forever Transaction (coming April 6). Following her earlier book The Membership Economy, it details how businesses and organizations can build durable, long-term relationships with customers. Our conversation about the importance of organizations and service providers “doing the right thing in times […]

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Chris Saunders is new Menlo-Atherton High School football coach

Chris Saunders is the new head coach of the Menlo-Atherton High School varsity football team. The hiring was announced by M-A Athletic Directors Paul Snow and Steven Kryger on Tuesday, March 3. Saunders is a Bay Area native who has spent the last six years coaching in the West Catholic Athletic League primarily as an […]

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Takeaways for kids playing Little League baseball about Houston Astros cheating scandal

While watching ESPN the other day, I learned about a wave of Little Leagues who are banning the Houston Astros as being one of the teams in their Little League. If you haven’t yet heard, there has been an awful cheating scandal going on in Major League Baseball. A few months ago Mike Fiers, a […]

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Menlo-Atherton Bears athletics shine in girls wrestling and boys basketball

This past weekend the Menlo-Atherton High School Girls Wrestling team won the CCS Championship for the fourth year in a row with 162 team points and 23 team pins. The four CCS wins is a school record; it’s never been done before since M-A opened its doors in 1951. It surpasses a girls’ basketball team from […]

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Singers from two Atherton high schools will perform National Anthem at Warriors game

Singers from Sacred Heart Preparatory (SHP) and Menlo School will combine talents to perform the National Anthem before the February 23 Warriors game at Chase Center in San Francisco at 5:30 pm. SHP music teacher Clement Cano cinched the opportunity after submitting a video of his students and Menlo’s performing the anthem together before the […]

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“Signing Day” at M-A celebrates 16 college bound student athletes

Sixteen college bound student athletes were celebrated last week in Ayers Gym on the Menlo Atherton High School campus. They were introduced by Athletic Director Paul Snow, who cited their accomplishments (excerpted below). Audrey Koren, who is headed to Oberlin College, is a four-year varsity lacrosse starter for M-A. In both her sophomore and junior […]

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Remembering Kobe Bryant and his legacy — thoughts for talking to your kids

Not gonna lie. Along with many Bay Area sports fans, I am really shaken up about the passing of Kobe Bryant. Going to school at UC Santa Barbara, everyone from NorCal was always anti-Lakers so I always rooted against him. That said, his talent, leadership and commitment to greatness was undeniable. He was, without a […]

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Bob Budelli and crew cheer the 49ers on to victory over Green Bay

Long time Menlo Park resident Bob Budelli (second from right) was with his “crew” — Mike Budelli, Dick Budelli, Alex Ingram (former Niner punter) and No. 1 Son Bobby Budelli at Levi Stadium yesterday cheering  the 49ers on to victory over the Green Bay Packers. Bob emailed that he’s been a season ticket holder since […]

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Overnight rain brings damp streets in Menlo Park – plus 49er prediction

While you might not have heard rain on the rooftop overnight, the damp streets in Menlo Park tell the story. Emails InMenlo weather watcher Bill Russ:  “I can squeeze out .05” for 4.7” season to date. “More importantly, Mr. Rainfall is predicting a 49er win, 34-23. The 49ers will score four touchdowns and two field goals. […]

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Two Sacred Heart Prep grads named among the 15 best athletes in past decade

Sacred Heart Prep grads Tierna Davidson and Ben Burr-Kirven were selected by MaxPreps senior writer Mitch Stephens as among the 15 “best of the decade” to compete in Bay Area prep sports. Tierna was ranked #7 and Ben #10, based 75% on high school performance and 25% on post-prep credentials. Both grew up in Menlo Park. In […]

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