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Contra Costa County Library to offer free 'swag' for Comic Book Days

Contra Costa County Library offering free swag bag for Comic Book Days

In honor of the 20th anniversary of Free Comic Book Day, all Contra Costa County Library branches will offer free comic swag bags between Monday, Aug. 16 and Saturday, Aug. 21. "The week-long, all ages...
Richmond's 116th birthday to be celebrate at The Factory Bar

Richmond’s 116th birthday to be celebrated at The Factory Bar

By Kathy Chouteau When it comes to Richmond birthday parties, this one ‘takes the cake.’ On Saturday, Aug. 7, The Factory Bar will celebrate its one year birthday, which just so happens to coincide with...
Richmond Art Center exhibit examines shipping containers as metaphors

Richmond Art Center set to reopen this fall

By Molly Myman The Richmond Art Center has announced plans to reopen its galleries to the public starting Thursday, Sept. 9. The center, located at 2540 Barrett Avenue, will begin its reopening with limited hours –...
Movies under the Stars returns to San Pablo

Movies under the Stars returns to San Pablo

Grab your lawn chairs and blankets, as Movies under the Stars has returned to San Pablo. Gates open at 7 p.m. at the San Pablo Community Center, located at 2450 Road 20, according to the...
Richmond festival to celebrate late blues musician Jimmy McCracklin

Richmond festival to celebrate late blues musician Jimmy McCracklin

Richmond plans to celebrate what would be blues legend Jimmy McCracklin's 100th birthday in a big way next month. The North and Greater Richmond Blues Foundation, which works to support the blues community and shine...
Richmond museum readies to reopen, debuts Arnauoff mural

Museum exhibit offers visitors chance to learn Ohlone dialect

By Kathy Chouteau The Richmond Museum of History and Culture has announced its newest interactive exhibit offers Bay Area residents the chance to learn to speak Chochenyo—one of eight language dialects of the East Bay...
Pt. Richmond wine bar to show works by ‘the sommelier painter’

Pt. Richmond wine bar to show works by ‘the sommelier painter’

By Kathy Chouteau Artist Michael “Mykl” Welch will be on hand to unveil his solo art show July 24-25 (Saturday-Sunday) from 2-5 p.m. at The Grape Nest wine bar in Point Richmond. The artist said...
Point San Pablo Harbor announces waterfront concert series lineup

Point San Pablo Harbor announces waterfront concert series lineup

By Kathy Chouteau "Live music is back!" So state the folks at Point San Pablo Harbor, who are inviting community members to grab their blankets and low back chairs for the upcoming Live on the...
Lucky, FoodMaxx shoppers can earn movie ticket on Fandango

Lucky, FoodMaxx shoppers can earn movie ticket on Fandango

By Kathy Chouteau Lucky California and FoodMaxx stores are partnering with Fandango so that movie fans can earn a Movie Reward with a purchase and catch a summer blockbuster in a local theater or stream...
La Strada celebrating 25th anniversary by rolling back prices to 1996

La Strada celebrates 25th anniversary by rolling back prices to 1996

La Strada Cucina Italiana in San Pablo is celebrating its 25th anniversary by rolling back its prices to 1996 all this week. That means several dishes are going for under $10, including the Eggplant Parmigiana...

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Kennedy High welding teacher wins $50K national teaching prize

Kennedy High welding teacher wins $50K national teaching prize

By Kathy Chouteau Kennedy High School welding teacher Ben Carpenter was honored with a $50,000 national teaching prize Thurs., Oct. 21 during a surprise check...
Flea market in El Sobrante to raise funds for unsheltered West County residents

Flea market in El Sobrante to raise funds for unsheltered residents

Volunteers with Safe Organized Spaces Richmond (SOS! Richmond), a community organization working to address the problems of homelessness in collaboration with public, private and...
Prologis, new owner of Hilltop Mall property, donates backpacks to local kids, offers update on site's future

Prologis, new owner of Hilltop Mall property, donates backpacks to local kids, offers update...

By Kathy Chouteau Prologis, the new owner of the former Hilltop Mall property, recently donated 150 backpacks for Highland Elementary School students and Hilltop Community...