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Children’s story writer Roald Dahl wrote “Matilda” in 1988. This is a story turned into a musical about an abused child who is gifted and handles the terrible neglect with an abundance of charm and an ability to “always make things right.”
Lion Ranch, a new winery in San Martin, is gearing up for its grand opening celebration next month.
A trio of local wineries were given high praise at the 33rd annual San Francisco International Wine Competition, held June 14-16 at the distinguished Hotel Nikko in downtown San Francisco.
Due to recent climbing ridership that is expected to continue, the organization that owns Caltrain expects to recover more of its costs from passengers without raising fares, according to Caltrain staff.
It’s next to me, the textured binding is tattered, the stamped, indented cover title “Willie” on the orange background has scribbled black crayon on it courtesy of my younger brother – boy I was mad about that at the time. But now, it’s just added to the history. Inside the jacket cover in my mother’s practically perfect in every way handwriting are my name, 5 Maple Ave. and phone, 325-9211. The book came to me as a birthday or Christmas present in 1966. It’s a first edition, and through the care of my mother who boxed it when I flew from the nest for college and beyond, it survived.
An eighth-cent sales tax increase would make Santa Clara County a more expensive place to shop if voters OK a proposed tax hike on the Nov. 6 ballot. But it’s also the only way the county would get funds directly from local sales tax revenue, which currently goes straight to state coffers.
From country, to blues, to jazz and swing, entertainment at the Garlic Festival was in abundance this year, as several talented acts performed at the four stages, set up throughout Christmas Hill Park, all weekend long.
San Francisco’s AT&T Park will host the semis and finals of the 2013 World Baseball Classic, Major League Baseball announced Wednesday.
SACRAMENTO – The state Senate authorized initial funding for California's high-speed rail project, handing a victory to Gov. Jerry Brown and the Obama administration, which have been pushing hard for the first-in-the-nation bullet train.
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