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East Bay Talking Points

Boots Riley at the de Young museum; St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin; an Amazon delivery station in Livermore.

Horse Power: Orinda Equestrian Center Helps Those in Need

At a special equestrian center in the Orinda hills, participants reap life-changing benefits.

Game On With Glen Schofield

Video game–industry stalwart Glen Schofield brings a studio to San Ramon.

The Ultimate East Bay Kids’ Birthday Party Guide

Diablo rounds up the best venues, most exciting entertainers, and top tips to help make your child’s big day a rousing success.
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Faces of the East Bay

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Meet the East Bay's top movers and shakers. Learn more about the unique products and services they offer as we bring you face to face with these celebrated industry leaders. 

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Diablo Women

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Highlighting dynamic women whose talent, dedication, and enterprise have enhanced life in the East Bay.

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Threads of Hope Awards

Every year, Diablo profiles five outstanding East Bay volunteers in our December issue. These individuals are then recognized at the Threads of Hope Awards—a presentation open to the entire community. This year’s ceremony, along with a reception, was hosted at the Lesher Center for the Arts, and Jessica Aguirre of NBC11 News was mistress of ceremonies. The 2019 award recipients were local heroes Edie Henchey, Karen Henrich, Linda Turnbull, Sharon Beswick Pappas, and Tom Wallace.

Sips in the City

At the top of the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco, an estimated 300 guests gathered for an evening filled with wine tasting, delicious food, and silent and live auctions to raise money for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland. The proceeds largely benefit the expansion of the hospital’s virtual reality technology, which was featured in Diablo’s October 2019 issue, and will also help with the purchase of other medical equipment. The event was put together by the Rowan Branch, a group that garners funds for supplies and programs at the Oakland institution.

Art of Mixology

For the sixth consecutive year, bartenders and drink enthusiasts came together at Orinda Theatre Square for Lamorinda Arts Council’s craft cocktail competition and fundraiser. Attendees were able to sample over 20 craft cocktails made by 18 participants, snack on tasty finger foods, and vote for their favorite drink. In the end, the Mixologist of the Year Award went to Casey Carr of Batch and Brine for his drink called “So-Shu Think You Can Dance.”

Shellie Awards

In January, the 41st annual Shellie Awards took place at the Lesher Center for the Arts. The awards show, which highlights the region’s outstanding performing arts community, honored more than 120 individuals and their work in both musicals and plays. The winning productions included Contra Costa Musical Theatre’s Matilda, Broadway Repertory Theater’s Annie, Center Repertory Company’s The Diary of Anne Frank and Mamma Mia!, and more.

 

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Small Wonders: East Bay Children’s Fashion

Spring’s hottest looks aren’t just for grown-ups.

Spring Fashion: Starlet Fever

Spring’s most captivating looks conjure the all-out glamour of Hollywood’s golden era.

Animal Fancy: East Bay Pet Products

Show your love for your devoted pet with these furrific gifts.

Style File: Looking Sharp

Want to kick off the New Year with some tough love? Invest in these chic pieces adorned with spikes and studs.
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Real Weddings

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Everything the East Bay bride needs to know to plan the perfect wedding.

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The Diablo Spotlight

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Taking a closer look at great businesses in our community.

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Diablo Kids

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Your child's health, happiness, and education are top priority, and we agree. 

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