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Rick Crandall in Palo Alto at Books Inc. Tickets, Mon, Oct 14, at PM | EventbriteThe Palo Alto Borders was my psychogeographical center. It seems strange to say that of a store, never mind an outlet of a giant and mostly uniform chain, but there was nowhere else I was so free to grow up. If you drive West on University Avenue in Palo Alto, California past the downtown area, you will pass under the train tracks, over El Camino, and onto picturesque Palm Drive and the grassy expanse of Stanford University. The Home Depot and the day laborers waiting outside stay on the other side of the bridge, but if you walk up University heading East, before exiting Porsche and Ferrari territory, you can see the hulking blue Ikea rising across eight lanes of traffic. The Borders Books on University Avenue at the geographic middle of this whole mess, has been housed in the former Varsity Theatre since at least , when I first saw it. Today, the signs look archaeological. Borders is joining The Varsity in the past.
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This little plaza has a great variety of shops. The parking and the traffic can get unbelievably bad during peak hours. Lunch hour is also extremely crazy due to the high schoolers walking over from across the street. Always a great selection of shops here yet there is frequent turn over. There used to be an Edy's ice cream shop here which was very popular among the high school crowd. Love this shopping complex. It has a good mix of boutique shops and restaurants in an outdoor setting.
Join book lovers for sparkling wine, chocolates and book buying to benefit Tow United participants with developmental disabilities. My comments dealt with the general feeling that has been evident in Palo Alto from our council and from many citizens regarding chain retail and that is why I phrased my comments as questions. Email Address. Town and Country Village.
Books Inc. Margie Scott Tucker, for following your vision. We would spend hours, and come back the next day to do the same thing, co-owner of Books Inc. Good on y.