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Celebrating Halloween, the black and orange reaching the World Series, and greatness of Brian Wilson, the amazing Giants closer. Submitted by GO GIANTS! on Oct 28, 2010

 
 
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San Ramon: 'MasterChef Junior' contestant reflects on growth since filming show
At the end of the ninth episode of this season of "MasterChef Junior," then-10-year-old Abir Bhatia of San Ramon stood among his three other somber-faced teammates who placed in the bottom during that episode's baking challenge... Saturday, June 11, 5:46 PM

Monte Vista sophomore Cai wins local Congressional Art Competition
A Danville high school student has been named as the first-place winner in her local Congressional Art Competition, on behalf of Mark DeSaulnier's District 11. Saturday, June 11, 5:35 PM

San Ramon Valley teacher reflects on 'Jeopardy!' appearance
Charlotte Wood Middle School history teacher Steve Knapp showed off his range of trivia knowledge for the whole country to see, appearing on an episode of 'Jeopardy!' that aired late last month. Saturday, June 11, 5:37 PM

Highlighting Native American creativity, culture in Bankhead Gallery
The Bankhead Art Gallery is showcasing works from some of the area's most talented artists of Native American descent now through July. The new exhibit will commemorate its opening with a community reception on Saturday afternoon. Thursday, June 2, 9:55 PM

Staying Healthy: Walking across America
Pleasanton resident Patricia Vicary has accomplished a true feat of endurance: she has not only completed at least one half-marathon in every state and Washington, D.C., but she has written a book about her experience. Monday, June 6, 9:07 PM

Summer movie lineup offers hope for theaters, something for everyone
Summer film season is back, with big-scale action and family movies but also counter-programming for those seeking something less noisy and more sophisticated. Film critic Peter Canavese breaks it all down, including streaming options. Friday, May 27, 5:17 PM

Live Chalk Art Sundays in San Ramon
Sundays this spring and summer will be a little more colorful for visitors of San Ramon's City Center Bishop Ranch as the venue hosts live chalk art demonstrations beginning this weekend. Tuesday, May 10, 9:17 PM

What a Week: Fair concert lineup is out. Time to party like it's ...
The fair usually delivers remarkable quality and variety of concerts; this year's series promises much the same (on paper, anyway). The lineup is very appealing to my musical tastes, and really it has a little bit of something for... Friday, April 22, 4:14 PM

'Women Who Dare' on display in Danville gallery
Women's History Month may have just ended, but the celebration of women continues at Danville's Village Theatre Art Gallery where trailblazers, leaders and innovators are on display in 'Women Who Dare.' Saturday, April 16, 1:42 AM

Valley Views: Alamo, prehistory to now
I poured over a new book, 'Historic Tales of Alamo, California' by Beverly Lane with Sharon Burke, which answered questions I'd had since buying a house off Livorna Road in 1981. For instance, where did the name Livorna Road come from? Sunday, June 20, 6:56 PM

Staying Healthy: Biking on Mount Diablo
Whether it's road cycling or mountain biking, Mount Diablo serves as a premier destination for bike riders both locally and throughout the Bay Area -- particularly among residents seeking outdoor refuge during the coronavirus pandemic. Friday, June 11, 2:33 PM

Danville: O'Neill site among four area national parks to get new superintendent
The National Park Service has named K. Lynn Berry superintendent of four national parks in the area, including the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site in Danville. Friday, March 4, 11:22 PM

 

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