Children’s Theatre students to perform in Sacramento

Bay Area Children’s Theatre Students to Showcase New Musical at the Junior Theatre Festival WEST Students in the Bay Area Children’s Theatre (BACT) Advanced Performers program have been selected to showcase a new musical at the first-ever Junior Theatre Festival WEST (JTF WEST), taking place February 10-12, 2017, in Sacramento CA. Advanced Performers are East Bay students aged 9 – 17 […]

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 […]

Homeless Count in Contra Costa Jan. 26-27

Annual Count of Homeless Contra Costa Residents Scheduled Jan. 26-27 Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS) will conduct its annual count of homeless county residents at the end of January. CCHS’s Division of Health, Housing and Homeless Services, its community partners and volunteers will document both sheltered and unsheltered people in the area who need permanent […]

War Comes Home: The Legacy at Museum of SRV

Exhibition Features Correspondence Revealing How War Changes Lives, Families, Communities Highlighting private correspondence from almost every major conflict in U.S. history, new exhibition War Comes Home: The Legacy opens on January 29, 2017 at the Museum of the San Ramon Valley. The traveling exhibition, rich with historic and contemporary letters, offers an intimate perspective into the thoughts and emotions of veterans […]

Dynamo by Eugene O’Neill in January

Nursery rhymes have Mother Goose. The Gold Country has the Mother Lode. The Beatles have Mother Mary. India has Mother Teresa. Computers have Motherboards. Bertolt Brecht has Mother Courage. The Earth has Mother Nature and NBC even had My Mother the Car! Eugene O’Neill’s Dynamo is no exception. Ruben Light’s mother is a power generator […]

Post Thanksgiving in the Parks

After the turkey dinner and televised football games, there’s lots to do outdoors in the East Bay Regional Parks during Thanksgiving weekend. For example, there’s a post-turkey day dog excursion from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Nov. 26 at Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve in Antioch. Naturalist Kevin Dixon will lead well-behaved dogs and […]

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 […]

Mayor’s Town Hall Set for November 5

Future of Danville’s Arts, Parks and Recreation to be discussed Mayor Karen Stepper invites the community to the Mayor’s Town Hall on Saturday, November 5, 2016.  The program will focus on the future of the Town of Danville’s Arts, Parks and Recreation. At the Mayor’s Town Hall, Recreation, Arts, and Community Services Manager Henry Perezalonso will […]

Orinda library to host technology event

Contra Costa County Library (925) 646-6423  The Orinda library is hosting a Rad Tech Exploration Station on Saturday, October 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.The interactive, science-based festival includes presenters, demonstrations, and hands-on activities. The event is free and open to library visitors of all ages. Guest presenters include CUBIT, showing off their new CUBIT racer, Aerial […]

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