New 'Horizons' for Saint Mary's dance program; new Master's degree in dance
Moraga college's senior production Dec. 5-7
Preventing a BART collapseThe BART fiasco of the past few months only provides more proof that if we allow taxpayer-funded employees the ability to hold hostage the people that are paying them for a service, that over time the cost will be so excessive that our public systems we have all come to
MoragaThe following excerpts were taken from the Moraga police log:Tuesday, nov. 26 vandalism: Someone damaged two areas of a skate park in the 1400 block of St.
Lamorinda Briefs, Dec. 6 -- Monday meeting about Lafayette's controversial "Terraces project; Orinda recognizes its own, including "Idol winners
LAMORINDAChildren and disasters focus of CERT meetingLamorinda CERT will present a panel discussion on helping children deal with natural and man-made disasters and other tragedies Dec.
RAY CHAVEZ/Staff photosLafayette police Sgt. Dan Nugent, right photo, gives instructions to Contra Costa County firefighters during an active-shooter training exercise at Acalanes High School in Lafayette on Nov.
RAY CHAVEZ/StaffCampo's Goltra wins state titleCampolindo High's Aidan Goltra, left, won his second consecutive Division III state cross country championship with a time of 15:02 on the 3.
Walnut Creek Elks Free Throw Contest -- For boys and girls, ages 8-13, on Dec. 8 from 8:30-11 a.m. at De La Salle High School. 113 Winton Dr., Concord.
Lamorinda Around The Horn: Acalanes' Isabella von Ebbe is fourth at North Coast Section girls tennis tournament
Acalanes' von Ebbe fourth at NCS Acalanes High's Isabella von Ebbe reached the North Coast Section Division I semifinals in girls tennis before falling to eventual champion Allison Chuang of Albany 6-1, 6-2 on Nov.
How many times can you call the cops before getting arrested? This many
Japanese police said Thursday they have arrested a woman for calling them more than 15,000 times over a six-month period. Full Story
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Great Dickens Christmas Fair: Kids, 19th-century London and no iPhones!
It's not just London -- it's London of 1865 during Christmastime, which gives the whole place an extra layer of magic. And even better -- they didn't have iPods or iPhones in 1865, so my kids stayed off their electronic devices for more than four hours. That has to qualify as a Christmas miracle.
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Simon Cowell rips Russell Brand
'X Factor’ judge says Brand should put his money where his mouth is after calling for revolution.