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September 2009

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Parenting from the Heart: Teaching the Joy of Giving

Take time to encourage and foster the abundant generosity of children.

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Books, Etc. with Lynn Carey: Michelle Richmond

Lynn's in-person interview becomes a chance to really get to know this San Francisco author.

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Diablo's Week in Review September 19-26, 2009

Alamo's own Dr. Playboy loses big bucks in court battle to defend his right to party, Mt. Diablo State Park will not close and Livermore tween dazzles in her first LPGA tournament.

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Parenting from the Heart: Exploring Life’s Magical Realm Together

Have fun with children's fanciful imaginations.

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Books, Etc. with Lynn Carey: Check out Melanie Gideon

Oakland author speaking at Danville's Rakestraw Books and Orinda Books this week.

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Diablo's Week in Review September 12-19, 2009

Phillip Garrido now being investigated in two late 1980s abductions of East Bay girls, our region loses more jobs, and Mt. Diablo State Park adds to its expanse.

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Parenting from the Heart: Fall an Opportunity to Reinvent Mornings

A busier schedule can be a chance to be more creative with your time.

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Books, Etc. with Lynn Carey: Pulitzers and Sit-Coms

Lynn breaks down her new Pulitzer-only book club, while local author Mary Pols will discus her memoir-turned-sit-com this Thursday in Walnut Creek.

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Diablo's Week in Review September 5-12, 2009

Contra Costa's got talent, Miramonte High teacher arrested on sex charges, police in Moraga and Pleasanton investigating possible hate crimes, and Sunday school teacher faces death penalty

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Pleasanton parents help school counselor and some teachers get their jobs back

The Pleasanton community pulls out all the stops to raise money to save jobs and programs that seemed lost to state budget cuts.

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Books, Etc. with Lynn Carey: Holly Payne and Mahbod Seraji

Two local authors stop by Towne Center Books in Pleasanton this week

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Diablo's Week in Review August 29-September 5, 2009

Jaycee Dugard kidnapping case continues to fascinate--and horrify; local public districts deal with Obama school speech controversy; Walnut Creek pot club members fight to stay in town.

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Willows Theatre might have to close

An East Bay theater treasure is facing dire financial struggles.

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Diablo Fit: Tri-Valley 13-year-olds place second in Babe Ruth World Series

Local all-star team comes in second in national tournament

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Garamendi/Harmer in runoff to replace Ellen Tauscher

Final results of Tuesday's special primary election puts the lieutenant governor and San Ramon attorney in the November 3 runoff.

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