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"Pleasanton Wedding!"
Mia and Kurt both grew up in Pleasanton and met in high school at Amador Valley, where their relationship began. These high school sweethearts kept it local and tied the knot in Pleasanton on Saturday 1/14/17. Submitted by Mia Schmidt on Feb 8, 2017

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Young Tri-Valley performers take top honors in Australian theater fest
Students in the advanced performers program of Bay Area Children's Theatre traveled virtually to this year's Junior Theatre Festival Australia. The local participants included youth from Pleasanton, Livermore and San Ramon. Thursday, 3:41 PM

Tri-Valley theater venues grappling with shutdowns
Entertainment venues have been sadly empty for nine months, Firehouse Arts Center and Bankhead Theater devoid of live performances and patrons. Thursday, 3:42 PM

New Eagle Scout Kunsh Zutshi
Kunsh Zutshi, a member of Troop 905 sponsored by St. Raymond Catholic Church, has qualified to become an Eagle Scout, and his Eagle Court of Honor is planned for the future due to COVID-19. Monday, 5:14 PM | 1 comments

Arts group recognizes excellence of young artists
Pleasanton Cultural Arts Council faced the challenges of social distancing while evaluating this year's 51 participants vying for its annual Youth Excellence in Arts, known as YEA! Monday, 3:28 PM

Tri-Valley artworks chosen for 'The de Young Open'
Six Tri-Valley artists have been accepted into this year's juried community art show at the de Young museum in San Francisco. Friday, 11:03 AM | 1 comments

Museum on Main fundraiser goes virtual
Museum on Main is holding its 14th annual Wines and Valentines fundraiser virtually this year instead of gathering for the traditional festive, heart-strewn event at The Club at Castlewood. Wednesday, 10:29 PM

Review: 'The Web' opens online
"The Web," the first of three one-act plays being presented by the Eugene O'Neill Foundation, premiered last Saturday to an audience enjoying the production from home. Thursday, 6:35 PM

Livermore Valley Opera presents 'Arias at Home'
Livermore Valley Opera is delivering a "Triple Treat" of free online concerts beginning this weekend. Thursday, 3:54 PM

Pleasanton native helps program film fest 2020
Pleasanton native Jillian Corsie helped to program the Hollywood-based Salute Your Shorts Film Festival for the 2020 season, which takes place this Friday through Aug. 29, and this year local residents can tune in. Wednesday, 4:53 PM

Patrons leave generous gift to Bankhead Theater
Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center has announced a substantial legacy gift from the estate of longtime patrons Jene and Isabelle Dupzyk, who left a home they owned in Livermore to the organization. Friday, 2:07 PM

Livermore Valley Uncorked winners announced
Last year the Livermore Valley Uncorked event in April to celebrate the wine country with the Tri-Valley Conservancy was sold out, with 360 wine lovers attending. Thursday, 4:36 PM

Dublin author pens 'Tessa Teaches Kindness'
Sierra Crislip, Dublin author of "Weird Girl with a Tumor," has launched a new book she wrote and illustrated, "Tessa Teaches Kindness," which shares through the eyes of a child her experiences of having a brain tumor and epilepsy... Monday, 6:05 PM

Las Positas College launches new film studies major
Las Positas College in Livermore will introduce a film studies program alongside an Associate of Arts degree or Certificate of Achievement in the field this fall. Tuesday, 9:09 PM

'Death in the Holler' -- Livermore author's new whodunit
Looking for change of scenery? Consider a trip to Kentucky to solve the "Death in the Holler" along with Game Warden Luke Ryder & Sheriff Jim Pike. The mystery novel, written by John G. Bluck of Livermore, is being released on Monday. Sunday, 4:15 PM


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