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Summer STEM Camps in the East Bay

Coding, engineering, science, and more are on the agenda at these East Bay STEM camps.

Meet Comedian Liz Grant

Comedian Liz Grant mines her love life to hilarious effect at her monthly stand-up shows in Danville.

Five Questions for Bob Melvin

Last year, Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin led the team to its first postseason appearance since 2014—a performance that earned him the American League Manager of the Year Award. However, baseball isn’t Melvin’s only passion: The year-round East Bay resident (and Bay Area native) is also an investor in The Wolf, an acclaimed restaurant on Oakland’s Piedmont Avenue. Diablo caught up with Melvin to talk baseball and food.

The Gold Standard: Celebrating the Warriors

As the Warriors wrap up their final season in the East Bay, we celebrate the ways the team has changed the game and our community.
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Design Trends in the East Bay

East Bay experts share what’s trending in home decor.

Style File

Check out these new beauty, fragrance, and fashion launches from East Bay trendsetters.

Tee It Up: East Bay T-shirts

Show your hometown spirit with one of these East Bay–themed tees.
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Holiday Heroes

Underserved children, military personnel, first responders, and sports stars enjoyed a magical night in San Francisco’s Oracle Park at this fundraiser for the Wender Weis Foundation for Children, which helps kids in need. Ex-Giant Hunter Pence and his wife, Lexi, were honored with the Inspiration Award for their charitable work with No Kid Hungry.

Stars to the Rescue

With this annual bash at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation raises funds to save dogs and cats who have run out of time at public shelters. Headlining the furtastic evening were Grammy Award winners Bruce Hornsby and Christian McBride; other performers included the Grammy-nominated Robb Flynn and friends, Sven and the Masterful Majestic Orchestra, and comedian Tom Cotter.

UCSF Benioff Winter Ball

Nearly 400 guests—among them nine debutantes—attended the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland Hill Branch’s 61st Winter Ball. Proceeds from the event will support the Transport Isolette, a specialized, movable NICU unit that transports premature and critically ill infants from all over Northern California to Children’s Hospital Oakland for care.

Crayon Initiative

Hundreds of employees at CSAA Insurance Group joined staff from Assemblyman Tim Grayson’s district office in Concord to volunteer for a day at Danville-based The Crayon Initiative. The national nonprofit recycles used and unwanted crayons to reduce waste and enrich the lives of hospitalized children through art and imagination.

 

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What’s in Store: Menswear and Motor Vehicles

Men’s fashion comes to Blackhawk; two car dealerships roll in; a boutique fit for royal brides; and more.

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What’s in Store: Bigger, Better Outlets in Livermore

An exclusive jewelry event for brides; closings; and a Broadway Plaza update.

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What's in Store: A Sizzling Summer

Consignment week in Danville; Kiehl's opening at Stoneridge Shopping Center; and Zara comes to Walnut Creek.

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What's in Store: Summer Fads and Gifts for Grads

A cute kids’ bedroom store comes to Pleasanton; an update on Broadway Plaza renovations; and graduation gift ideas.

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2018 Faces of the East Bay

See the East Bay business leaders who are being recognized this year. >>


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