the Paly Voice


  • “The Stinky Cheese Man:” A ‘gouda’ time

    Overexaggerating and taking a refreshing interpretation on classic fairy tales, “The Stinky Cheese Man” woos audiences with its wit and lively acting. Featuring appearances from familiar fairy tale protagonists and some not-so-familiar fairy tale
    protagonists, it puts a comical twist to classic stories.

  • Listen to the sounds of the sea with Paper Islands’ debut EP

    The local duo Paper Islands debuted its first extended play album titled “The Striped Sea EP” last week, providing listeners with an edgy take on the unique genre of electro indie music.

    The duo, Paper Islands, releases their debut EP titled "The Striped Sea EP". Photo by Andrew Lu artwork by Fabian Garduño
  • “Palo Alto” offers unconvincing, aimless portrayal of high school life

    It turns out the only thing that angers Palo Altans more than James Franco’s novel “Palo Alto” is Gia Coppola’s film adaptation of that book by the same name.

    "Palo Alto" centers around the experiences of two teens, April (Emma Roberts) and Teddy (Jack Kilmer). Photo by
  • BFD Festival to return for 20th show

    If you couldn’t make it to Coachella this year, kick off your summer concert season by attending the 20th annual BFD (Big F—ing Day) Festival hosted by Live 105, June 1st at the Shoreline Amphitheater. The festival will feature artists Foster the People, Phantogram, M.I.A, Fitz and the Tantrums and the New Politics on the BFD 2014 Mainstage, along with two other supporting stages.

    Of Monsters and Men perform their new single, 'Little Talks' at BFD 2013. Photo by Cathy Rong.
  • One Acts showcase humor, drama, talent of Theater program

    The final show of the year put on by the Palo Alto High School theater program is an impressive display of writing and acting by Paly students and is something everyone and anyone can enjoy.

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