The Bankhead Theater in Livermore marked the one-year anniversary of the COVID shutdown with a live performance by Jackson Rohm in the plaza, on Friday, March 12. Organizers lit up the front of the building, honored the date with signage, kicked off a small fundraising campaign, and opened the gallery with limited entry for the Quest exhibit, as it had been for the last couple weeks. (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)
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