Capurro Returns to the Village Theatre

Popular Bay Area Comic at the Village Theatre Oct 7 Hilarity is in the making as San Francisco Bay Area favorite Scott Capurro returns to the Village Theatre & Art Gallery! Stand-up comic Capurro, a frequent guest on Sarah and Vinnie’s morning show on Alice 97.3, draws fans from all over the world when he performs […]

Live Well, Age Smart! event not to miss

Health and Resource Day, Live Well, Age Smart on Sept 29 One important part of the aging process is maintaining health and wellness. The Town of Danville is looking to provide help to our seniors in that regard by hosting the 4th annual Live Well, Age Smart Health and Resource Day on Friday, September 29, 2017 from 9:00 […]

Improv Battle Royale at the Village Theatre

Improv teams from Danville, San Ramon to battle it out Sept 30  There is a new improv team in town, and they are ready to step into the ring and go toe to toe in an all out improv battle! Improv Battle Royale features Danville’s newest improv team, the Danville Diablos, versus San Ramon’s Suburban Thunder Improv Company. Improv […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

How Medicare works with other insurance

By Greg Dill Since I wash dishes faster than anyone, I’m the family dishwashing expert. I’m also the point man for paying medical bills. My wife and I have separate health coverage, so I have to make sure our providers have the up-to-date information they need to accurately bill our respective insurance plans. If you have […]

Healing Pinched Nerves and Neck Pain

By Dr. Niele Maimone, DC                                             If you are suffering with neck pain from a pinched nerve or herniated disc, you know how debilitating it is and how the pain slowly leaks the vitality […]

Active in Alamo? Abbreviations can be Confusing

Alamo Acronyms and Abbreviations By Steve Mick                                           There are a number of Alamo residents who are active in the community. Their volunteer efforts make this a great place to live. A large part of their […]

PG&E urges preparedness for coming storms

As Early Season Storms Approach, PG&E Urges Safety and Preparedness   As the first storm of the season moves toward Northern and Central California packing rain and gusty winds, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is hard at work preparing for the storm. The energy company also encourages customers to have a plan, update their plan and to prepare […]

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