New York Times cybersecurity journalist Nicole Perlroth speaks to Menlo Rotary

New York Times cybersecurity journalist Nicole Perlroth speaks to Menlo Rotary

Since her book This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends: The Cyber Weapons Arms Race was released, New York Times cybersecurity journalist Nicole

by Linda Hubbard
on April 13, 2021
Menlo Park Community Campus town hall meet set for April 15

Menlo Park Community Campus town hall meet set for April 15

Join the City of Menlo Park  from 6:00-7:00 pm, Thursday, April 15, for a community town hall meeting to discuss updates for the Menlo Park

by Contributed Content
on April 13, 2021
A day in the life of a chemical and waste manager at SLAC – meet Yoli Pilastro

A day in the life of a chemical and waste manager at SLAC – meet Yoli Pilastro

Properly disposing of chemical and waste materials calls for stringent protocols and adherence to strong safety guidelines. Imagine taking this tough, seemingly dirty job and

by Lisa Caracciolo
on April 12, 2021
Let’s Talk Movies: The Farewell is discussed on April 15

Let’s Talk Movies: The Farewell is discussed on April 15

The Menlo Park Library staff love more than just books — they're movie-lovers, too! Watch a movie on Kanopy—a streaming service that is free for

by Contributed Content
on April 12, 2021
Stanford begins to welcome its neighbors back to expanded areas on campus

Stanford begins to welcome its neighbors back to expanded areas on campus

Recent changes in state and county COVID guidelines are allowing Stanford to begin gradually reopening access to outdoor spaces on the main campus that are

by Robin Wander
on April 11, 2021
Jim Caldwell talks about the brilliance of Johannes Vermeer on April 15

Jim Caldwell talks about the brilliance of Johannes Vermeer on April 15

Emails Woodside-based artist Jim Caldwell: "Johannes Vermeer lived in the Golden Age of the Dutch 17th Century. In the 20 years of his painting career,

by Linda Hubbard
on April 11, 2021
Menlo Fire breaks ground for new station No. 4 on the Alameda

Menlo Fire breaks ground for new station No. 4 on the Alameda

The Menlo Park Fire Protection District held a ceremonial ground breaking yesterday afternoon (April 9) for a new Fire Station No. 4. Located at 3322

by Linda Hubbard
on April 10, 2021
Discover books that are worth reading on Wednesday, April 14

Discover books that are worth reading on Wednesday, April 14

Need some reading ideas? Want to know what’s new at your library? The friendly Menlo Park librarians are here to help on Wednesday, April 14

by Contributed Content
on April 10, 2021
Facebook campus will be used to vaccinate underserved communities

Facebook campus will be used to vaccinate underserved communities

Starting Saturday, April 10, Facebook is converting part of its Menlo Park headquarters into an ongoing vaccination clinic for hard-hit communities, in partnership with the

by Linda Hubbard
on April 9, 2021
Gorgeous sky early this morning viewed from the Dish

Gorgeous sky early this morning viewed from the Dish

Walking the Dish was made more pleasant early this morning by a painterly sky—just spectacular! This photo was taken at 7:30 am about 45 minutes

by Linda Hubbard
on April 9, 2021
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