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Colossal Late last year, the film "A Monster Calls" wove a psychologically instructive tale, about -- and primarily for -- children, in which a monster served as a conduit for troubling emotions. Spanish writer-director Nacho Vigalondo's new film "Colossal" s...... Read the full review

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"Christmas Lights in Danville"
This house in the Woodranch neighborhood of Danville continues to add more lights to its annual display. Thousands of families drive by the Dana Highlands Court home each year. Submitted by David Williams on Dec 11, 2011

 
 
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Young family's foundation aims at the heart
After her 38-year-old husband Michael suddenly died of cardiac arrest Sept. 17, 2009, Michelle Gable learned that he had hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), which could have been detected with a screening. Wednesday, 3:30 PM

Danville: Traveling exhibit highlights veterans' private correspondence
The Museum of the San Ramon Valley is hosting a new exhibit featuring private correspondence from military members from almost every major conflict in American history. Wednesday, 3:31 PM

Tri-Valley Hero: Lifetime Achievement, Danville's Mike Doyle
Change is in the air with the new year on the horizon, and Danville's town government certainly won't feel the same starting this week. For the first time in 25 years, Mike Doyle won't be sitting on the Town Council. Tuesday, 4:04 PM

Blackhawk Chorus donates $22,500 to local school music programs
The Blackhawk Chorus recently contributed $22,500 through its music education fund to choral programs in the San Ramon Valley school district, announcing the donation during the group's holiday performance in the Dougherty Valley earlier this month. Sunday, 6:26 PM

Tri-Valley Hero: Blackhawk teen honored as Rising Star
When Sports Illustrated named Connor Bruce its High School Athlete of the Month last April, it could easily have been assumed that the national magazine was simply recognizing the exceptional athletic ability the Blackhawk teen brought to every baseball game he caught for the Monte Vista Mustangs. Sunday, 6:25 PM

San Ramon: Chamber of Commerce honors community 'stars'
The San Ramon Chamber of Commerce presented seven awards to community and business representatives during the 32nd annual "Night of the Stars" ceremony Dec. 1. Sunday, 6:25 PM

Tri-Valley Hero: San Ramon's Cristina Hill, teaching technology to seniors
Technology has always been a part of life for 18 year-old Cristina Hill. As a member of the first generation who will never know life without a cellphone or Google, the recent California High School graduate has been figuring out how to take advantage of the wired life since she could talk. Sunday, 6:25 PM

Danville artist's Jimmy Stewart portrait inducted into hall of fame
Danville artist Lynn Sanguedolce celebrated earlier this fall as her portrait of American film legend James "Jimmy" Stewart was formally inducted into The Players Club hall of fame in New York City. Sunday, 6:24 PM

Luxury cinema, dining hub to anchor City Center Bishop Ranch
Bishop Ranch officials have announced that luxury movie theater and restaurant hub THE LOT is set to come to San Ramon in two years, agreeing to lease space at the planned City Center Bishop Ranch. Thursday, 4:34 PM

Danville native gearing up for 6th season on Warriors dance team
When the Golden State Warriors kick off their regular season Tuesday night, Danville native Amira Mourad will find herself in a familiar place at Oracle Arena, on the court energizing and entertaining the crowd as one of the leaders of the Warriors dance team. Wednesday, 3:27 PM

Ceremony honors 2016 Tri-Valley Heroes
Seven exceptional Tri-Valley residents were honored during the fifth annual Tri-Valley Heroes awards ceremony on Oct. 17, presented by Embarcadero Media's East Bay Division, which includes DanvilleSanRamon.com and the Pleasanton Weekly. Thursday, 4:32 PM

Danville author's novel spotlights social struggles of women in Pakistan
Danville resident Lubna Jahangiri describes her recent novel, "The Little Stepmother: A Novel," as a story about triumph of the human spirit in Pakistan. Sunday, 5:53 PM