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Credit: Los Altos History Museum.
Grace April 22, 2014 at 09:19 am
You can learn more about the event at http://losaltoshistory.org/events.html. Hope to see youRead More there!
James Thurber April 23, 2014 at 07:46 am
Mr. Calfee built my bamboo bicycle. It's truly a work of art.
Susan C. Schena April 23, 2014 at 07:49 am
That's awesome! Photos?
Megan Huntsman: Credit KLTV screen grab
Geoff Burton April 15, 2014 at 02:05 pm
Nothing new there Black panther o Poetry the human race has been delving the depth of depravity forRead More eons. There are a lot of good people in our world, but unfortunately evil is hyper active
D Penta April 15, 2014 at 02:29 pm
It says Around Town but the headline is UTAH. Utah is not near Natick!! I think everyone should notRead More open an article on Patch unless they see their town's name in the headline. So If it doesn't say Natick, then we all know it is not LOCAL to the Natick Patch. The less clicks these Patch sites get, the fewer advertisers they will get and then perhaps they will realize if we want sensational news from across the country we'd go back to Patch's former owners AOL and the HuffPost! Those here from other Patch sites - I think you should do the same only click on articles that mention your community's name. No name. No click!
Steven Spiegel April 21, 2014 at 06:52 pm
The way the house looks maybe the husband found them while he was expanding his Meth Lab !!!
April's blood moon eclipse will show itself on April 15, 2014. Photo Credit: jurvetson, via flickr creative commons
Paul Kamen April 15, 2014 at 12:08 pm
It cleared up nicely for the eclipse, as viewed from the upper deck of Berkeley Yacht Club. TheRead More theme of this year's eclipse class was 15th Century Chinese Survey Techniques. By observing the same eclipse at widely separated locations, and then measuring the time difference to meridian transit of a known star or planet (using a water clock), ancient map-makers could establish longitude with surprising accuracy. Last night us amateurs came within 23 seconds of getting the time of the start of totality correct (after averaging all the guesses), which is only a 4.5 mile error in longitude. We'll do this again in October.
wendy April 15, 2014 at 12:30 pm
Mesmerizing!!! Couldn't stop watching! I I got some eerie interesting fotos.
Nicki Layne April 15, 2014 at 12:37 pm
@wendy ~ I hope you share them! We tried to get pictures but they weren't turning out and I wouldRead More love to have a few...
Get your Bigfoot Toe Jam at the Bigfoot Event on April 12 at Psycho Donuts, Campbell.
randy albin April 7, 2014 at 03:41 pm
do you comment on anything about easter? these seem to be trite notations to be commenting on. beRead More ready for the holiday and the easter bunny too
California Lottery.
randy albin April 3, 2014 at 01:04 pm
well, how would people realize this without doing the gambling? this is very necessary for trying toRead More live around the bay area. how things have gotten really out of hand. use this wisely, it may not last for very long. how newsworthy...
"Harold and Maude" graphic: The Los Altos Stage Company.
randy albin March 31, 2014 at 03:01 pm
this is such an old production. the movie is from a very long time ago. hope that this staged playRead More goes well. maybe it's an interesting story. you think?
Susan C. Schena March 31, 2014 at 03:31 pm
Where have you been hiding, Randy? Long time, no hear from you. And yes, I think it will go well.Read More Story holds up despite time.
Photo courtesy: San Mateo County Parks Department
pml March 29, 2014 at 09:51 am
Local mountain residents, Gay Kraeger and Holly Reed, designed the interpretive panels of wildlifeRead More and landscaped along the Devil Slide Trail.
Winning ticket  purchased at Rinconada Liquors, in Los Gatos. Credit: California State Lottery.
Pete Turner March 23, 2014 at 03:34 am
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