Don’t get me wrong,I am so excited about the private opening today at HANAhaus at the beloved and historic Varsity Theater, 456 University Avenue, even if I put about 500 hours into trying to wrest the lease from Chop Keenan and give it to someone like the former Bill Graham Presents of San Francisco.
Chop told me “this will rock” and I believe him. For at least six months. Until Labor Day.
But it is funny to order a cup of Joe and see this in the bottom of your cup:
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Mayor Karen Holman, who I endorsed and voted for, is more politique about this:
“We’re thrilled that SAP is opening HanaHaus in our community,” said Palo Alto Mayor Karen Holman. “It is a reflection of Palo Alto as both a steward of the past and an entrepreneur for the future. We are one of the world’s centers of innovation, and HanaHaus aims to create a place to spark creativity and community. I encourage everyone to spend time in the space after it opens to the public later this week.”