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On the road: Wyoming antelope, more cars in Palo Alto, and romantic dinners [PODCAST]

By Peninsula Press Staff | 4 Mar 2013

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This week on the Peninsula Report radio show, stories of migration and development.

First, we hear about an ancient antelope species that passes over the highways of Wyoming by the thousands on their seasonal migration.

Then, we hear about typical road cloggers: cars. Peninsula Press reporter Brittany Torrez updates us on Palo Alto development. New buildings mean more traffic and fewer parking options, and residents are concerned.

Finally, reporter Riva Gold speaks to us of blossoming romance. Valentine’s Week brought lots of business to Bay Area restaurants, and Gold’s got the scoop on the relationship between romance and reservations.

Listen live to KZSU (FM 90.1) or stream the Peninsula Report online every Friday from 3-4 p.m.

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