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Community Invited To Danville Community Service Awards

From the Town of Danville:Danville Mayor Renee Morgan invites the community to come out Tuesday, December 5, 2017 for the 36th Annual Mayor's Installation and Community Service Awards. For the fourth year, the event will be held at the Village Theatre and Art Gallery, 233 Front Street. Enjoy the sou

PATCH - 2017-11-17 17:00:00

Enjoy Santa Arrivals, Breakfasts & Teas In Danville, Nearby 2017

DANVILLE, CA - In between his North Pole duties, Santa Claus is taking time out this holiday season to see the local youngsters in the Tri-Valley. We've rounded up several Santa Brunches coming up nearby, along with some Holiday Teas and Santa Arrivals ... Your job? Book the dates and save your seat

PATCH - 2017-11-16 21:21:01

Danville Dream Home Offers Incredible Outdoor Living

DANVILLE, CA -- This Danville estate is new to the market. Built in 1958, the spacious home has been fully remodeled and offers plenty of amenities. The gourmet kitchen was made for those who love to cook. The house has dramatic fireplaces and a beautiful view from almost every window. The yard fea


Willow Lake annual Lighted Boat Parade around the bend

Deck the docks with boughs of holly for this year's Willow Lake annual Lighted Boat Parade, Dec. 16, in Discovery Bay. Boats meet on the bay between Shell and Drakes courts and will follow a counterclockwise route. Decorate your boats and join the festive fun. All you need is any kind of boat; a bat

THEPRESS.NET - 2017-11-16 19:05:00

Tree Of Lights At Town Hall; Holiday Boutiques


PATCH - 2017-11-17 13:58:32

Roadshow: I finally figured out this express lane stunt

Q: I got a kick out of all of the people complaining about the new Interstate 680 Express Lanes. Apparently, some people think that they should be able to drive wherever and whenever they want, regardless of the effect on other people or the environment. I recognize that congestion is not a lot of f

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS - 2017-11-17 12:00:16

University of California to Bid on Managing Los Alamos Nuclear Lab

The entrance to Technical Area 18 of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, which houses several tons of highly enriched uranium and plutonium, in Los Alamos, New Mexico. (Photo by Neil Jacobs/Getty Images) The University of California's governing board has given the 10-campus system approval to bid on

NBC BAY AREA - 2017-11-17 00:26:00

Tri-Valley Hero: Barbara Proctor, giving back to others

Role Model Award recipient fills her week with volunteer endeavors Pleasanton's Barbara Proctor enjoys all of her volunteer activities, but her favorite is reading to second-graders at Valley View Elementary School. Here, she tells the tale of "The Gum Chewing Rattler" to Celeste Nava's dual-immers

PLEASANTON WEEKLY - 2017-11-17 00:57:00

L.A. Goes Crazy for DJ Dave Paul's Prince and Michael Jackson Parties

Nostalgia-driven nightlife continues to thrive in L.A., providing opportunity for a myriad of music styles from the past to be heard and enjoyed. From '80s and '90s eras to genres like goth and emo, the trend more and more lately includes celebrations of specific artists. Nobody knows this better t

L.A. WEEKLY - 2017-11-17 17:10:00

Serena Williams Marries Alexis Ohanian

Just last week, the 23-time Grand Slam winner kicked off the wedding festivities with a bachelorette party in New York City Evan Agostini/Invision/AP Serena Williams is a married woman. The tennis all-star tied the knot with Alexis Ohanian, her Reddit co-founder beau of two years, in front of their

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2017-11-17 14:53:57


In the past, when women came forward with accusations of sexual misconduct against well-known figures, the famous person usually ignored or denied the charges and people went on with their lives. Now, following the bombshell fallout over Harvey Weinstein's decades-long lecherous treatment of women,

RAFU.COM - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Rejected People Find a Home in the Otherworldly, Highly Personal Paintings of Lezley Saar

Lezley Saar has always had to explain herself. The 64-year-old painter, daughter of legendary Black Arts Movement artist Betye Saar, only began to pursue art seriously after the birth of her own daughter, Sla, about 27 years ago. "My mom is black and my dad was white, and I look ..." - she pauses an

L.A. WEEKLY - 2017-11-17 17:26:00

LAX To Unveil New Automated Screening Lines for International Terminal

Authorities at Los Angeles International Airport Friday planned to unveil five Automated Screening Lanes designed to speed up the security process in the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Under the $12.3-million project, 14 of the 16 screening lanes at the terminal will be replaced with new techno

LAWESTMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-17 17:17:39

Stroll by 'Glittering Animal Constellations' at LA Zoo

Naming all of the animals on this wondrous planet that have the frankly freak-mazing ability to create their own light? As in, the bioluminescent beasties of both land and sea? ("Freak-mazing"=freaky and amazing, both.) You can probably raise your hand and tick them off, one by one, on each finger a

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2017-11-17 15:23:03

Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde 25th Anniversary Edition Is Out Today

Today, in honor of its 25th anniversary, Craft Recordings is reissuing The Pharcyde's classic 1992 LP, Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde in deluxe vinyl and CD editions. And in a very fitting move, they asked our own Jeff Weiss - whose L.A. Weekly column is named "Bizarre Ride" in honor The Pharcyde's ga

L.A. WEEKLY - 2017-11-17 13:15:00

Will California Get Desperate Enough to Mess With Proposition 13?

Depending on where you stand politically, Proposition 13 is either the cause of or solution to all of California's problems. The 1978 ballot measure places strict limits on property tax increases by locking in a home's assessed value at its sale price. That means that if you bought a $400,000 house

L.A. WEEKLY - 2017-11-17 18:31:00

Truckee's holiday tree to shine on Nov. 17

Historic Downtown Truckee will carry on a decades-long tradition with the lighting of the town's holiday tree on Friday, Nov. 17. "Historic Downtown Truckee is our heart and soul, and celebrating the holiday season is a true community event and a collaboration among several people all coming togethe

SIERRA SUN - 2017-11-17 00:14:01

WCSO searching Truckee river after finding kayak

SPARKS, Nev. (KOLO) - The Washoe County Sheriff's Office is doing a precautionary search of the Truckee River after finding a blue kayak in the water in east Sparks Thursday morning. HASTY Team volunteers are searching the area near Larkin Circle. Bob Harmon with the Washoe County Sheriff's Office

KOLO TV RENO - 2017-11-16 20:56:00

Several inches of rain falls in Truckee-Tahoe area

An atmospheric river condition has delivered a foot of fresh powder in the last day to Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows. Snow is finally falling, but not for long. The Tahoe area received 2-5 inches of rain and 1-2 feet of snow above 8,000 feet, as of noon this Thursday, Nov. 16. "The rain to snow level

SIERRA SUN - 2017-11-16 14:19:52

Truckee history comes to life in song

Photos by Sean McAlindin As my wife and I arrive at Cottonwood Restaurant on a beautiful autumn evening, it doesn't take us long to notice that something is up. Gunslingers, judges, drunks, miners, sheriffs and burlesque queens mingle through an ambient crowd. We order drinks as the tables fill in:

THETAHOEWEEKLY.COM - 2017-11-15 19:58:38