Your Best Photos of the Week

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From Veterans' Day honorings to the Mavericks Day Opening Ceremony, there was a lot going on in the Peninsula this week. Thank you for sending in your pics to us. Keep 'em coming!

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Belmont: A snapshot of Notre Dame de Namur University campus: the campanile at midday. The campanile appears in the NDNU logo. Credit: Richard Rossi

Burlingame: Burlingame Mayor Jerry Deal and DAVIDsTEA co-founder David Segal at Saturday's opening of DAVIDsTEA on Burlingame Avenue.  Credit: DAVIDsTEA

Half Moon Bay: Fourteen foot waves crash against the rocks during the Mavericks Opening Day ceremony. With the opening of the window for the big-wave surf contest at Mavericks, 24 surfing competitors from around the world marked the start of the season with an opening ceremony. Credit: Stuart Nafey

Menlo Park-Atherton: Menlo School presents The Wedding of the Year, an "environmental, interactive theatre" event created by the cast and crew with improvisational techniques around the wedding of two culturally clashing families. Credit: Paul Gralen

Millbrae: The Pirate Carrying a Mermaid Optical Illusion has been named Patch's Halloween Costume in America. Its creator -- and wearer -- will receive a $5,000 prize for having the most creative and innovative costume. Credit: Ashley Playford

Pacifica: CEO of the Pacifica Chamber of Commerce Courtney Conlon met with Pacifica Patch editor Christa Bigue Wednesday evening at Grape in the Fog wine bar in Pacifica to talk about promoting the local business community. Conlon was also pleased to announce the release of the Chamber's 2012-2013 Business Directory. Credit: Leslie Guevarra 

Palo Alto: Leland Felton, 94-year-old resident at Moldaw Residences, was a doctor in medical field hospitals in both the Philippines and Japan where he cared for U.S. troops and members of the Philippine Army. Credit: Gabrielle W.

Redwood City: Will Milne, a general contractor who just started fencing with a saber about nine years ago, won the gold medal in the 2012 World Fencing Championships. Credit: Karen Milne

San Bruno: The Capuchino High football team finished 5-0 and won its third straight Battle of the Strip match this season. Credit: Capuchino High

San Carlos: Jon Root, Olympic gold medalist (1988) and member of the Stanford Hall of Fame, is the new director of Paye’s Volleyball Club located in San Carlos. Credit: Arianna Bayangos

San Mateo and Foster City: Residents at Thursday's city council meeting protested the opening of a 7-Eleven would add increased crime, noise and air pollution in the neighborhood, among other complaints, and have hired a lawyer to help fight their cause. Credit: @SiobhanBronson

South San Francisco: South San Francisco and Daly City law enforcement and city officials met Wednesday morning in downtown San Francisco to honor federal agents for their work in a gang raid in May. Credit: ICE

Willa's Tail November 20, 2012 at 05:22 AM
Are you kidding me, you did not just include NDNU as a best photo ... NDNU where a kid can be a kid? Where daughters get raped at dawn and the security guard is sleeping because it's a "private university" or or is it, where your student is a big $$$ for the payroll? Please, don't discover privacy leave it ... doors are payed to be closed


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