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American Assassin
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American Assassin They don't make 'em like they used to? Tell that to Lionsgate and CBS Films. Their new release "American Assassin" -- based on the best-selling novel by the late Vince Flynn -- has a mindset trapped in the 1980s when Chuck Norris ruled the roost of d...... Read the full review

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"Fear the Beard!"
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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2017 Tri-Valley Heroes nomination period underway
DanvilleSanRamon.com and the Pleasanton Weekly are once again putting out a call for nominations and sponsorships for the annual Tri-Valley Heroes awards -- our salute to the community members dedicated to bettering the Tri-Valley and the lives of its residents. Sunday, 3:58 PM

Danville: Eugene O'Neill Festival sure to tell some tales this September
Celebrating its 18th year, the annual Eugene O'Neill Festival promises a lively mix of Irish "blarney," music and two plays this September, with a focus on this year's theme "telling tales." Friday, 4:08 PM

Young Alamo sisters publish children's book
Many grandparents wouldn't want to be immortalized on the cover of a children's book riding a tandem bicycle in a chicken suit -- but after all, CiCi and Sienna Cowing's grandpa has lost his marbles. At least, that's what the title of their published book says. Friday, 11:48 AM

An American classic: Pleasanton restaurateur wins coveted James Beard Award
Some have called him "The General." Others, "The King of Tacos." But now, Pleasanton resident Miguel Jara has a new moniker -- James Beard Award winner. Friday, 11:49 AM

Tri-Valley author spotlights social media savvy
Katie Lance was already in marketing, working mainly with real estate agents, when social media exploded -- and she immediately grasped the impact. Friday, 11:49 AM

Staying Healthy: Danville woman receives cancer support nonprofit's 1,000th grant
When Danville resident Minay Bowers received the call to come back to the doctor's office for additional testing after a suspicious-looking mammogram result, she thought she could skip it. Ignorance is bliss, after all. Friday, 11:49 AM

DVHS juniors among top finishers in Congressional Art Competition
Two high school students from San Ramon will have their paintings displayed in U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell's district office after finishing second and third, respectively, in the congressman's annual art contest. Wednesday, 11:53 AM

Gale Ranch student earns honorable mention in national video contest
A San Ramon eighth-grader was honored by C-SPAN and Comcast at her school Wednesday morning after her short-form documentary earned honorable mention in the organizations' StudentCam national video contest. Wednesday, 11:53 AM

Staying Healthy: Recipes feature time-honored ingredients for nutrition
As the creator of more than 900 recipes, Tri-Valley resident Parisa Z. Ambwani obviously loves to cook. But her kitchen skills go beyond satisfying meals and tasty treats. She undertakes to provide nutrition via fresh ingredients and seasonings, served with a dose of philosophy. Friday, 11:50 AM

Tri-Valley Hero: Lifetime Achievement, Danville's Mike Doyle
Change is in the air with the new year on the horizon, and Danville's town government certainly won't feel the same starting this week. For the first time in 25 years, Mike Doyle won't be sitting on the Town Council. Tuesday, 4:04 PM