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"TEAM CHACHI !!!!"
24 friends & family members ran the Marine Memorial Marathon in Washington D.C. in honor of Josh "Chachi" Corral, and ALL runners finished the 26.2 miles course! Pictured above are: (back) Grant Vandevanter, Jason Roudnev, Jordy Corral, Len Hack, Arnie Corral, Bridget Larin and Ed Corral. (Front) Jack Griffin, Zack Corral, Karen Corral, Andrew Vu, Kaelin Ragan, Theresa Carl, Fabiola DeAguinaga, Kayla King & Christina Corral. (Middle Right) Latisha Endsley & Jessie Esteban. Not pictured: Joaquin Aranda and Caryn Bostrom. Submitted by Angie Roudnev on Nov 7, 2012

 
 
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Friday Foreign Films back in San Ramon
The San Ramon Arts Foundation is preparing to kick off its next Friday Foreign Film series on Jan. 13, with the screening of the first of the four movies in the series. Tuesday, January 3, 3:31 PM

A legacy of culture, community and dance
Xiaopei Chinese Dance school has brought culture, entertainment and community to the Tri-Valley area for over 14 years. Stronger and more skilled than ever, the dance company has shows planned across the region for Lunar New Year. Wednesday, January 18, 8:15 PM

Encore Players to present ancient Greek play 'Lysistrata'
Tri-Valley performing arts group Encore Players is set to put on an ancient Greek classic with a striking message, presenting 'Lysistrata' at the Bothwell Arts Center starting next week. Thursday, January 19, 2:03 PM

With recent book, Bay Area author and physician reflects on life as a parent and her work as an abortion doctor
In her memoir, "Boundless: An Abortion Doctor Becomes a Mother," author Christine Henneberg ponders the concept of choice, from her own career decisions and journey to motherhood to the importance of trusting her patients' choices. Sunday, January 15, 2:18 PM

What a Week: Remembering Don Lewis
The Pleasanton community -- and the music world at large -- is mourning the loss of performer, composer and synthesizer pioneer Don Lewis, who died on Sunday surrounded by family following a brief illness. He was 81. Thursday, November 10, 9:38 PM

Tri-Valley author's 'A Knight's Bad Day' on display
Images from Pleasanton author Elaine Drew's upcoming graphic novel 'A Knight's Bad Day' are being presented for the next month by the Lamorinda Arts Council in its online Wilder Gallery. Thursday, January 19, 10:27 AM

Ceremony marks start of work on Dublin Cultural Arts Center
Dublin's former police headquarters is set to be repurposed as a cultural, artistic and educational hub for residents and community members. Recently, city leaders met to declare a milestone for the project... Wednesday, November 16, 10:13 PM

My experience taking the new Livermore Wine Trolley dinner tour
For years I had spied the green and red Livermore Wine Trolley at local wineries. But the new 'Taste of the Tri-Valley Food Tour' spurred me to hop on. The three-hour adventure at three restaurants ... Monday, November 7, 12:12 AM

Growing up in Pleasanton in the 1950s: 'Cruising Down Memory Lane' interviewees share importance of documenting their history
Imagine walking down Santa Rita Road after school just ended and seeing kids riding their horses to the pool rather than their cars. Or seeing 13-year-olds driving their moms to the grocery store. That was life on a daily basis for... Thursday, October 20, 5:29 PM

Hiking from Fremont to Livermore: What two sisters discovered on three-day, 28-mile trek along Ohlone Trail
'Next time I invite you to go backpacking with me, please remind me of this moment and why we hate backpacking,' I groggily told my sister, Molly, during our three-day hike in the Ohlone Regional Wilderness Preserve. Friday, July 22, 12:16 AM

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

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

 

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