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The BEST Healthcare Practice Building Advice I Can Give

Here is the BEST Healthcare Practice Building Advice I Can Give. I’m going to break a cardinal rule of Internet content marketing today. (Sssshhhhh…please don’t turn me in to the Internet content police!) What rule is that, you ask? 494 more words

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Palo Alto OFJCC's Mitzvah Day breaks new record with over 1000 volunteers

Making pet toys for dogs in shelters, sewing blankets for cancer patients, replanting roses and organizing a library were just a few of the 30+ service projects that engaged over 1,000 volunteers of all ages during the  636 more words

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And the Winner is . . . . .

In happy synchronicity, the third annual Saint Brigid School Book Awards coincide with Catholic Schools Week, just prior to the American Library Association’s Youth Media Awards… 252 more words

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Asian Box proves that fresh, delicious and affordable is a winning combo in Palo Alto and beyond

In the world of Asian restaurants, there’s quick and inexpensive (i.e., Panda Express) and then there’s fresh and appealing, but rarely are the two combined with much success. 740 more words

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Palo Alto HS grad Ryan Seelbach looks to conquer the mighty waves of Maverick's

When Ryan Seelbach moved to Palo Alto from Del Mar in Southern California in 1985, he thought his surfing days were over. “I was so mad at my mom for taking us away from the beach,” Ryan recalls. 606 more words

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New public art in downtown Palo Alto aims to engage people by asking questions

What is a city? What would you say makes a city a good place to live? Have you ever imagined your city 50 or even 100 years from now? 269 more words

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Looking to the Future with New Year's Resolutions

As a rule, I don’t make New Year’s resolutions, preferring to think of the library (and myself) as a work in progress – consistently trying to make it better rather than go for the dramatic annual gesture that gets forgotten in the daily grind. 232 more words

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