San Mateo County moves to less restrictive Orange tier 3

San Mateo County moves to less restrictive Orange tier 3

The state of California today announced the easing of certain restrictions on businesses, indoor and outdoor gatherings and other activities in San Mateo County. The

by Contributed Content
on October 27, 2020
Menlo Park is taking applications for grants to support local nonprofit agencies

Menlo Park is taking applications for grants to support local nonprofit agencies

The City of Menlo Park invites organizations to submit proposals for the Community Funding Grant Program. This grant will provide financial support to local nonprofit

by Contributed Content
on October 26, 2020
Spotted: Witches for Biden Halloween decor

Spotted: Witches for Biden Halloween decor

Photographer Gina Hart snapped this photo of a Menlo Park front yard decorated for Halloween with a "Witches for Biden" signbecause "2020 was been scary

by Linda Hubbard
on October 26, 2020
M-A Leadership team delivers supplies as part of Fire Aid Drive

M-A Leadership team delivers supplies as part of Fire Aid Drive

Emailed Amelia Kratzer: "Menlo-Atherton High School’s Leadership team collected $1500 and delivered seven minivans full of supplies from their Fire Aid Drive to the Salvation

by Linda Hubbard
on October 26, 2020
Halloween will look different in Menlo Park and Atherton this year

Halloween will look different in Menlo Park and Atherton this year

Given that Bay Area health officials have issued warnings that many commonly celebrated Halloween and Día de Los Muertos activities carry high risk for spreading

by Linda Hubbard
on October 25, 2020
Spotted: Vines starting to change color at Kings Mountain Vineyard

Spotted: Vines starting to change color at Kings Mountain Vineyard

We attended a very safe and spaced out outdoor tasting at Kings Mountain Vineyard in Woodside today. Lovely to sit under the redwoods next to

by Linda Hubbard
on October 25, 2020
Author John Billheimer talks about Hitchcock and the censors on October 27

Author John Billheimer talks about Hitchcock and the censors on October 27

The Menlo Park Library hosts Ladera resident John Billheimer virtually in a talk about his Edgar Award-winning dive into the fascinating career of filmmaker Alfred

by Linda Hubbard
on October 24, 2020
Live music with modern violinist Nate Guinto on October 26

Live music with modern violinist Nate Guinto on October 26

Join the Menlo Park Library on Monday, October 26 at 4:30pm for an exciting musical performance by Nate Guinto, a Bay Area singer/songwriter, jazz violinist,

by Contributed Content
on October 24, 2020
Menlo Park front yard is chock-a-block with goblins and ghouls

Menlo Park front yard is chock-a-block with goblins and ghouls

  Year after year, the front yard of the Hyde family home on Laurel St. between Glenwood and Encinal is the spookiest in Menlo Park.

by Linda Hubbard
on October 23, 2020
Dana Shields is author of new book – things I’ve learned about loss

Dana Shields is author of new book – things I’ve learned about loss

In 2020, Willows neighborhood resident Dana Shields discovered that persistence pays. "After 19 years of trying to get published, my colorful little book things I’ve

by Linda Hubbard
on October 23, 2020
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