Empire Vintage Clothing differs from the surrounding boutiques of Palo Alto’s University Avenue. Rather than selling brand name apparel, the store distributes one-of-a-kind vintage pieces from the 1940s through 80s.
With approval from Palo Alto officials, commuters should soon see art installations in the tunnel under the University Avenue train station.
MacArthur Park has been a part of the Palo Alto community for over 30 years, but this may be the last holiday season for the restaurant if plans for a new office and theater complex proceed.
Palo Alto is considering easing a four-decade ban on buildings over 50-feet tall to allow for construction of a building complex that would soar up to triple that height between downtown Palo Alto and Stanford University.
Palo Alto’s University Avenue is home to five ice cream and frozen yogurt shops, each with a different best seller.
Dozens of chalk art masterpieces brightened Tasso Street during the weekend’s Festival of Arts. But, after 20 hours of work, artists saw their creations washed away so the street could reopen.
Palo Alto selected local artist Michael Szabo’s fountain design as a centerpiece of proposed renovations to California Avenue. The street, which has always taken a backseat to University Avenue, wasn’t always part of the city.