Danville streets closing for exotic cars

Danville is getting the roads ready to showcase exotic and fine performance cars at the Danville Concours D’Elegance on Sunday, September 17. Make it a memorable trip while strolling the event and enjoy a bite at a local restaurant or discover a unique find in one of our many charming local businesses. Motorists should be advised that […]

ARF Receives Animal Evacuees from Hurricane

Bay Area Rescues Receive Animal Evacuees from Hurricane Irma’s Path Dogs and Cats from Florida Rescue Will Soon Be Ready for Local Adoption  Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF), along with partners from the East Bay SPCA and Berkeley Humane received a cross-country flight filled with animals evacuated from Humane Society of Broward County […]

AB 79 to improve accounting of greenhouse gas emissions

Bill to Eliminate Dirty Coal Headed to the Governor (Sacramento)- AB 79, authored by Assemblymember Marc Levine, (D-Marin County), was approved by the State Legislature today. AB 79 tasks the California Air Resources Board with updating its methodology regarding “Unspecified Energy” sources. This legislation ensures that by January 2021 energy coming into the state as “unspecified” […]

Bedford Gallery Introduces 2017-18 Season

Exploration of American history has put culture at the forefront of our national conversation. The Bedford Gallery’s 2017-18 season considers people and culture from the perspective of contemporary art, and delves into work that articulates our collective story and cultural portrait. From Bay Area women painters and renowned environmental artist Ned Kahn to the diverse […]

SRVUSD Presents Cultural Responsive Speaker Series

By Elizabeth Graswich As part of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District’s (SRVUSD) ongoing efforts to support diversity and equity, the District is proud to present the Cultural Responsive Speaker Series featuring several renowned experts.  Education and communication are essential to help foster dialogue around the challenges that divide. The goal is to create a community that values […]

Abstract Sanctuary Features Paintings Bay Area Artists

The Town of Danville presents Abstract Sanctuary, an art exhibition opening on Thursday, August 31, 2017 at the Village Theatre & Art Gallery. Abstract Sanctuary invites the audience to take a journey back in time to revel in the ancient technique of painting called encaustic painting.  Encaustic painting dates back to the 1st Century Common Era […]

Donato Cabrera Leads the California Symphony into New Season

Music Director Donato Cabrera leads the California Symphony into its LARGER THAN LIFE themed 2017-18 Season, kicking off with LYRICAL DREAMS at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek Sunday, September 24 at 4pm. The program features music that uses dreams as subject matter or inspiration, including Mahler’s epic Symphony No. 4.  American soprano and former Adler […]

One City One Book: African-American Tech Pioneers in Silicon Valley

WALNUT CREEK, CA—August 16, 2017—Learn about the little known contributions of African-American men and women in the Bay Area’s high tech industry in a presentation by digital storyteller Kathy Cotton on Wednesday, September 27, 2017, 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Oak View Room at the Walnut Creek Library, 1644 N. Broadway. “African-American Tech Pioneers in Silicon […]