Monthly Archives: August 2014

Gunn Football at Sequoia jamboree

My two favorite Gunn football players are Andrew Maltz, son of my classmate Matt, and Sam Rothstein, son of my fellow Dartmouthian, Scott. Both young men, by the way, are sophomores. Meanwhile, I am posting this from the fantasy football … Continue reading

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The Steve Emslie Rule

I wonder if the City will hire a Berkeley based consultant for $1.7 million to help them draft the response or I should say help us draft the formal required response to the GJ. Or, maybe they will pay Steve … Continue reading

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Hooray for boobies

Patch sent me a blast that said Paly has a new dean, Adam Paulson, from San Carlos district and a b.a. from Colorado, masters from Pepperdine, announced by Max McGee (I call him “Bill”), who I had a nice little … Continue reading

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Like shouting ‘freegal’ in a crowded public sphere

San Jose library stopped using this service because there wasn’t enough interest relative to their fee basis yet instructed it’s readers to try to get a Palo Alto library card and use our Freegal! I wonder how this works out … Continue reading

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Living in reverse, August 29 thru 21

I met Winnie Lewis while standing outside Peet’s on Uni, because power had gone out, and walked with her to Peet’s near Whole Foods — she manages that building. Today, Breena of the Post takes up Lewis’ case about Downtown … Continue reading

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Jardin Latin violin

Harriet Newhart Sal Gaeta and Manuel collectively and professionally known as Dos Gardenas at Santana Row Jardin garden bistro and pub and I Love Her flamenco style

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Schauer / Brown for Michigan 2014

as fate would have it, I wandered into a Old Palo Alto fundraiser for Democrat Mark Schauer, who is leading according to polls in his effort to become the next governor of Michigan, and the tie-in here is that he … Continue reading

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