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Rewind to an earlier era: The guys at Take One among the last of their breed
The guys at Take One among the last of their breed
A staple of high school and college theater departments, Thornton Wilder's "Our Town" can often be a bit too "precious" for me. Not so with Shotgun Players' inspiring production currently playing through Jan.
Walnut Creek News Briefs -- Walnut Creek Downtown names new executive director; sandbag stations now open; Dem Club's discussion of income inequality
Walnut Creek Downtown names new chiefAfter nearly two years since the head of the downtown business association left, the group now called Walnut Creek Downtown has named Byron Best, from Atlanta, as the new executive director of the 550-member association.
Walnut CreekEarly performance of 'Book Club' Jan. 14Get an up-close and personal sneak peek at "The Book Club Play" before it lands on the big stage when "Live!
City CouncilThe next regular City Council meeting will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 6 in the City Council chamber, 1666 N. Main St. More information about this meeting will be available after 2 p.
Letters to the Walnut Creek Journal -- Suggestions for better transportation; a 'Wednesday' disappointment; interfaith cooperation
Several ideas for improving transportationRegarding recent articles in Times:Bullet trains are obviously not practical for many reasons -- mainly, they're too costly, have limited schedules and are inconvenient.
( Joe Lederer )
Review: 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb' a ho-hum sequel
Despite offering Robin Williams' last big-screen appearance, the franchise's final film doesn't offer anything new.
Hicks: Sony's fear and 'The Interview' decision set terrible precedent
Seth Rogen and James Franco film unlikely to remain in a vault after costing $44 million.