by Kate Bradshaw and Gennady Sheyner / Palo Alto Weekly Traffic may be a regional problem, but just about every city in the Peninsula has its own local gripes — and proposed fixes — for easing congestion on neighborhood streets and prominent commute arteries.
Thirty years after the Loma Prieta earthquake struck at 5:04 p.m. Oct. 17, 1989, scientists who were working at Menlo Park's U.S. Geological Survey offices that day can still remember where they were when the shaking began. In a series of video interviews produced by the geological survey and recently published on YouTube, scientists shared their experiences of what happened, and how the 6.9-magnitude earthquake's legacy has shaped research and earthquake preparedness in the decades since.
News Uploaded: Fri, Oct 18, 2019, 1:54 pm Jackson Bryman, 14, compares hand sizes with jazz trumpeter Carl Saunders after Saunders gave a lesson to band students at Menlo-Atherton High School on Oct. 11. Saunders also performed in the Silicon Valley Jazz Festival, held in Menlo Park on Oct. 12 and 13.
@for_qin Hi there, unfortunately I'm just finding out about the protest as it's ending, but I'm a Menlo Park reporter and have been following Qin's story. I want to learn more about what's going on. Could you give me a call when you get a chance? (650) 223-6588.