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"Chamber of Commerce trip"
Jerry and Cindy Sobrero, Stu and Cheryl Craig, Ken and Cindy Artinyan, Cyril Bonanno, Mark and Ann Fischer, Emil and Margie Oxsen in Tangier Morocco during a Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce trip. Fun! Submitted by Cindy Sobrero on Nov 21, 2017

 
 
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Metallica drive-in concert being broadcast on screen at Pleasanton fairgrounds
Legendary rock band Metallica will be the latest act to perform virtually at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, with the Bay Area rockers joining the Encore Drive-In Nights series on Aug. 29. Wednesday, 10:18 PM

Danville: Enjoy 'Virtual Gene' while Tao House is closed
Hikers in Las Trampas Regional Wilderness are welcome to enjoy the outskirts of the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site, but otherwise the Tao House is available only online as visits are canceled due to the shelter-in-place order. Monday, 6:05 PM

Pleasanton: 4-H Cake Booth goes virtual
This year, fans of 4-H have a chance to support its cake booth -- without the calories. Monday, 5:03 PM

Young authors win fair competition
Five young Alameda County authors, including one from Pleasanton, were winners in this year's Alameda County Fair competition, with monetary awards coming from Tri-Valley Writers. Sunday, 6:57 PM

Rotary Club of Pleasanton scholarships
The Rotary Club of Pleasanton recently donated $51,800 to 12 local high school students and 10 local college students who needed financial assistance. This year the club presented the scholarships remotely. Monday, 6:22 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

Livermore Lab Foundation honors two UC Merced scholars
Two students from the University of California, Merced -- Jose Garcia-Esparza, a computer science major, and Teagan Zuniga, a political science major -- have each been awarded the Livermore Lab Foundation one-year scholarship. Thursday, 4:33 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

Pleasanton: Eagle Scout Anthony Mitine
Anthony Mitine has been awarded the rank of Eagle Scout and was recognized April 27 during a Court of Honor ceremony conducted virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Monday, 4:02 PM

'Dreamcatcher' event to showcase Tri-Valley talent
StarsDay, the open mic music event launched last year by Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center, is returning online on July 16 with its second annual "Dreamcatcher" talent competition. Sunday, 5:25 PM

'Wandering Roots' online for Livermore gallery
Artist Judith Kunzle's "Let's Go There" and "May Rain" are among her works in the current virtual exhibit by the Bankhead Gallery available for viewing online. Thursday, 7:58 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

Livermore: Pedrozzi Foundation names 2020 scholars
The Pedrozzi Foundation is awarding $327,500 in scholarships to 86 students in Livermore who are continuing their education at community colleges, as undergraduate or graduates of colleges, and at trade schools. Wednesday, 10:36 PM

 

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