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A group of skeletons has commandeered a hot rod on Encina Ave. in Menlo Park. It appears the action has stirred up a flock of ghosts.

Photo by Robb Most (c) 2019

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Spotted: Out of control witches

We’ve always enjoyed spotting witches who somehow misjudged their air space and found themselves flying into trees. And then there are the ones who are going so fast that they plow through the ground with the stocking legs the only evidence of their flight path. Photos by Robb Most (c) 2019

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Spotted: Ghoulish front yard on Ringwood Avenue

This ghoulish front yard at 1050 Ringwood Avenue is best visited at night when the lighting and fog machine are in full effect Photo by Robb Most (c) 2019

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Spotted: Twins enjoying St. Raymond Pumpkin Festival

Five-year-old twins Lily and Kai took time out from the fun activities at St. Raymond Pumpkin Festival this afternoon to pose on a hay bale. The Festival continues to 9:00 pm on Friday and is open on Saturday, Oct. 12, from noon to 5:30 pm. A benefit for St. Raymond School, there’s good food and […]

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Spotted: Courting – and cocktailing – skeletons in Menlo Park

As he’s done in the past, InMenlo contributing photographer Robb Most is out and about capturing some of the creative Halloween decorations in Menlo Park. The cocktailing skeletons were spotted on Ambar Way and what we are calling the “courting” skeletons were seen on nearby Bay Laurel. If your home is decked out in a […]

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Spotted: Cozzolino’s pumpkins at Menlo Park Farmers Market

Tony Cozzolino brought a great assortment of pumpkins and gourds to the Menlo Park Farmers Market today. We admire their shapes, sizes, and colors! For people heading coast side, Cozzolino pumpkins and gourds, along with Indian corn, mini hay bales and more, can be purchased at Pastorino Farms, 12391 San Mateo Road (Highway 92), Half […]

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Spotted: Mid-Peninsula High School students walkout for climate change

Drivers honked their horns in support of Mid-Peninsula High School’s student walkout for climate change on Friday, Sept. 27. The walkout, led by the student-driven Environmental Club, follows the charge of teens around the world who have participated in walkouts during this week’s UN Climate Summit. Students stood in front of the school along Willow […]

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Spotted: Decked out Halloween front yard

The calendar still reads September but this decked out Halloween yard on Encina Ave. in Menlo Park is all ready for October. Must be three dozen or so Halloween props of one kind or another! Photo by Linda Hubbard (c) 2019

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Spotted: Sugar Shack is coming back

We happened to run into Suzi Tinsley a few weeks back and got the good news that she’s bringing Sugar Shack back to Menlo Park. The sign is up at the new store, which is located across the parking lot from Draeger’s. Stay tuned for opening details.

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Spotted: Curtain time for Guild Theatre in Menlo Park

The notice says it all. The last picture show in Menlo Park – aka the Guild Theatre – is closing on Sept. 26. One of area’s oldest entertainment venues, the Guild opened in 1926 and was called the Menlo Theatre. ImagineMenlo has a good history. We’ll try to catch up with the Peninsula Arts Guild […]

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Spotted: Raging Grannies and Trump balloon near Zott’s

Somewhere between 50 and 100 people showed up near the Alpine Inn in Portola Valley yesterday to protest President Donald Trump’s appearance at a fundraising event at Scott McNealy‘s home. Among the crowd, the Raging Grannies and people hoisting a Trump balloon. Photo by Rachel Podlishevsky, Pro Bono Photo

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