the Paly Voice


  • Review: “The Drowsy Chaperone” is anything but drowsy

    The Palo Alto High School Theater brings singing and laughter onto stage with a new musical comedy set in the 1920s.

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  • Review: The Oscars 2015 Best Picture Nominees

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will host its 87th Academy Awards ceremony at 5:30 p.m. tonight. The Paly Voice reviewed the nominations for Best Picture. Read up on each film before the event tonight.

  • Sushirrito is sushi-rrific

    Sushirrito opened in downtown Palo Alto last Saturday featuring fresh food on the go. Located at 448 University Ave., Sushirrito delivers a flavorful, giant sushi roll that needs to be tried.

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  • Review: San Jose festival will shoyu ramen like never before

    The San Jose Ramen Yokocho Festival, held on Oct. 3-5 and Oct. 10-12, brings critically acclaimed ramen booths from around the world to the Bay Area. It’s a striking opportunity for the common ramen enthusiast to take his/her experience to the next level. Read on to find out what The Paly Voice thought about the festival.

  • “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
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