Lafayette: A 1940s tribute to military from all eras
The Swingin Blue Stars, above -- from left, Cindy Moreno of Livermore, Nancy Cordoza of Danville and Cindy Shon of Pleasanton -- perform with the Big Band of Rossmoor, at left, during "Operation Swingtime," a USO show and picnic held at the Lafayette Reservoir stage, to which veterans and active military from the whole area were invited. The event was sponsored by the Rossmoor, Lafayette, Lamorinda Sunrise, Moraga and Orinda Rotary clubs.
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What could make a troubled couple's relationship even more complicated? Try a disappearing body. Improbable? Not in Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore's "Wrong Window," running Aug.
Katie Coates of Moraga, a 17-year-old Girl Scout, recently took part in the Outward Bound Costa Rica's "Catching Waves" program, a 10-day course that provided her and other girls with service projects, physical and mental challenges and the chance to learn to surf on world-famous surf breaks.
This barren, desert prison is where O.J. Simpson lives
Some here call it the 'O.J. House,' the only gated community in a vast stretch of desert rich in gold and silver, pioneer trails and proud, isolated towns north of Reno.
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Move over, Fernet. Refreshing, house-made seasonal aperitifs are finding their way into low-alcohol cocktail programs from San Mateo to Berkeley and San Francisco. With the launch of Sonoma Aperitifs in Penngrove and the rerelease of a classic 1997 book about these fortified libations, we'd say the trend is about to overflow from its tiny cordial glass.
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Robert Pattinson talks Kristen Stewart split
“Twilight” actor also says he is more relaxed with being famous.