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"Monte Vista Marching Band"
The Monte Vista High School Jazz and Marching Bands performed at the Alamo Wine & Music Fest on Saturday September 11, 2010. Photo by: Perry Lentine Submitted by Perry Lentine on Sep 13, 2010

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Hope Hospice looking for artwork
Hope Hospice is inviting people to create art to be displayed in the homes of patients during this time when volunteers cannot visit. Tuesday, 9:03 PM

Be a 'heartbreaker' - Danville 'Hearts Around Hartz' exhibit seeks sponsors
Danville is seeking sponsors for its second annual art project, "Hearts Around Hartz." Monday, 8:39 PM

'The Ballad of Don Lewis' -- pulling out all the stops
After more than a decade of filming, friendship and hard work, "The Ballad of Don Lewis: The Untold Story of a Synthesizer Pioneer" has been released. Sunday, 4:19 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, was released on Monday. Monday, 1:31 PM

Gold Award benefits visually impaired children in India
When Saachi Bhayani mulled over ideas for her Girl Scout Gold Award project, she knew she wanted to help underserved youngsters in India. So she started a preschool for visually impaired children in Haryana. Wednesday, 7:20 PM | 1 comments

San Ramon offers springtime art exhibit online
Art lovers who have been missing trips to exhibitions and museums are in luck because the city of San Ramon has found a way to bring its planned springtime exhibit "Our Fragile Earth" to residents' homes instead. Wednesday, 8:34 PM

Relief fund announced for East Bay artists affected by pandemic
A new $625,000 relief fund has been launched for artists and art workers in Contra Costa and Alameda counties affected by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Applications are open through June 5 at 5 p.m. Monday, 1:48 PM

Blackhawk Museum offers educational video series online
The Blackhawk Museum may have closed due to the coronavirus pandemic but it has provided an online collection of videos to help keep history and car lovers alike entertained for the duration of their lockdown. Monday, 5:56 PM


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