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Can You Ever Forgive Me
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Can You Ever Forgive Me By the very definition of the word, most of us are "average," neither achieving the heights of greatness, fame and riches, nor falling into homelessness or a "crime-that-doesn't-pay" lifestyle. Averageness can be quantified: average height, average w...... Read the full review

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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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Tri-Valley Hero: Gary Winter, acknowledge your heart
Gary Winter has his work in more Pleasanton homes than any other artist. He is the creator of the town's miniatures -- landmark buildings, businesses and homes, and the beloved Main Street arch. Monday, 1:09 PM

Tri-Valley Hero: Danville's Jasmine Steele, life-saving information
A slew of close-to-home experiences served as the inspiration for Steele's "Allergy Blast" app, for which she won last year's Congressional App Challenge for California's 11th District. Monday, 1:10 PM

Young Alamo sisters publish children's book
Many grandparents wouldn't want to be immortalized on the cover of a children's book riding a tandem bicycle in a chicken suit -- but after all, CiCi and Sienna Cowing's grandpa has lost his marbles. At least, that's what the title of their published book says. Friday, 11:48 AM

Honoring 2017 Tri-Valley Heroes
Nine Tri-Valley residents have been recognized for their outstanding actions, achievements and strength of character as recipients of this year's Tri-Valley Heroes awards, presented by Embarcadero Media's East Bay Division, which includes the Pleasanton Weekly and DanvilleSanRamon.com. Monday, 1:10 PM

Staying Healthy: Danville woman receives cancer support nonprofit's 1,000th grant
When Danville resident Minay Bowers received the call to come back to the doctor's office for additional testing after a suspicious-looking mammogram result, she thought she could skip it. Ignorance is bliss, after all. Friday, 11:49 AM

DVHS juniors among top finishers in Congressional Art Competition
Two high school students from San Ramon will have their paintings displayed in U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell's district office after finishing second and third, respectively, in the congressman's annual art contest. Wednesday, 11:53 AM

Staying Healthy: Recipes feature time-honored ingredients for nutrition
As the creator of more than 900 recipes, Tri-Valley resident Parisa Z. Ambwani obviously loves to cook. But her kitchen skills go beyond satisfying meals and tasty treats. She undertakes to provide nutrition via fresh ingredients and seasonings, served with a dose of philosophy. Friday, 11:50 AM