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    Pittsburg: Theater organ's restoration more than just a pipe dream

    Since January 2013, Tom LaFleur has turned part of his Pacific Community Services Inc. nonprofit office into a workshop to restore an organ that once stood proud in Pittsburg's California Theatre. The restored console can be seen in the front window. 
    The 50-year-old woman was pushing a shopping cart on Willow Pass Road when a Chevy truck veered off the roadway and hit a light pole before striking and fatally injured her  
    The truck was heading west on Willow Pass when it allegedly veered off the roadway, hit a light pole and then struck the pedestrian, who was pushing a shopping cart on the sidewalk, police said.  
    Cuzas will be learn more about effecting change at an event in Washington D.C.  
    Event supporting Shelter Inc. program will be held at Antioch's VFW Post  
    Two-day festival takes place this weekend at Streets of Brentwood  
    North Brentwood businesses say that the city is trying to force them out by adding median strips to Brentwood Boulevard, a project that should be finished by late October.  
    Facility will be the first agritourism center in Contra Costa County  
    First meeting of group is set for tonight  
    In the weekly feature called "e-views," we invite readers to answer a question via email at bnews@bayareanewsgroup.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BrentwoodNews.  
    Taste-Off: Best kids' lunch kits -- and the worst

    There's no doubt about the convenience factor when it comes to packaged lunch kits, but quality ranges from tasty to terrible. Here's the scoop on what to pack and what to sack.