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Pub Night gone wild in Menlo Park

Original post made by Stanford student on Jan 17, 2007

Seniors complain of long waits, line hopping, juniors at BBC
January 16, 2007
By David Gauvey Herbert
The BBC is an old Menlo Park bank turned nightclub, but the mob scene outside its doors Thursday night looked more like a Depression-era bank run than a Pub Night venue.

For the story in the Stanford Daily, go here: Web Link

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Posted by Local Yocal, a resident of Atherton: Lindenwood
on Jan 22, 2007 at 3:54 pm

When exactly was the BBC building a bank? And what banking institution was it?

It served as city hall and police station for a spell, and in the 60s it was some sort of touchy-feely institute, but I don't remember it ever being a bank.


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