• Oakland is where Lynch can feel at home - 01/29/2015 11:16 PM PST
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    ( Doug Oakley )
    Oakland youth dance program celebrates 20 years

    Dimension Dance Theater's Rite of Passage program teaches kids life lessons through dance. 
    Hometown Hero: Doug Schuster founded Concord Police Department's neighborhood patrol program
    CONCORD -- Doug Schuster stumbled into a career in law enforcement in the military and found the work so rewarding that he has spent nearly 20 years and thousands of hours volunteering with the Concord Police Department. 

    Antioch woman makes giving back her biggest hobby
    Bari Costello has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local charities over the years, led local community groups, and spearheaded efforts to improve the town of Antioch.  

    Oakland woman brings health care and sense of home to local immigrants
    Former undocumented worker has built pioneering health program for day laborers and the needy all over Oakland 

    Celebrating the people in the Bay Area who make a difference in the communities

      Hometown Heroes celebrates people in the Bay Area who make a difference in their communities. In addition to highlighting remarkable individuals, the Hometown Heroes feature aims to encourage volunteerism, raise visibility of nonprofits and key causes in the area and create a spirit of giving.

      Read about a new Hometown Hero every other Monday and watch the program on Comcast On Demand at Channel One-Bay On Demand-Hometown Heroes.

    ( Lisa Wrenn )
    SF IndieFest: 5 films you shouldn't miss

    From the inspiring 'F R E E' to the creepy 'Black Mountain Side' to the charming and illuminating 'Beyond Clueless,' IndieFest is packed with low-budget gems. 
    (AP Photo/CBS, Lou Bopp)
    David Letterman wants Jay Leno to appear on show

    Former “Tonight Show” host has been invited to appear with old rival before CBS host retires in May.