A festive crowd enjoyed a head start on the holiday by attending the July 2nd Tuesday Tunes at the Bankhead Theater Plaza in downtown Livermore. The concert featured Sacred Fire, a Santana tribute band. (Photos – Doug Jorgensen)

An outdoor yoga and meditation session took place at the Shea Homes Plaza outside the Bankhead Theater in Livermore on June 21, International Yoga Day. The free event was sponsored by the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center and hosted by Joya Yoga, Dragonfly Yoga and Omni Fight Club. (Ph…

On Saturday, June 22, Dublin commemorated LGBTQ Pride Month with a rainbow flag raising ceremony at its City Hall. Dublin City Council members were joined by Emeryville City Council member John Bauters, who presented the city with a rainbow flag for display. Dublin Mayor David Haubert explai…

Fire crews from Alameda County, Livermore-Pleasanton and Camp Parks responded on the morning of Sunday, June 16th, to a vegetation fire near Las Positas Road in Livermore. The fire, which reportedly was started when a lawn mower sparked vegetation, spread over about two acres. It was extingu…

On Monday, June 17, local law enforcement officers participated in the Law Enforcement Torch Run, which began at the Livermore Police Department. During the run, the torch was carried through selected cities, making its way to the Special Olympic Summer Games, taking place this weekend in Da…

The “Last Ride” cattle drive opened the Alameda County Fair on Friday, June 14th. During the drive, 150 large steers were led from the County Fairgrounds to Main Street in downtown Pleasanton. This was the final opportunity for onlookers to see a cattle drive through the Pleasanton downtown.…

Tuesday Tunes opened its summer series on June 11 with Livermore native Jim Hurley and his jazz quartet, Night Harvest, performing on the Shea Homes Stage in front of the Bankhead Theater. Up next is Matt Finders & Friends, playing jazz, blues, funk and Latin. Bassist Matt Finders, also …

This weekend marked the 101st Livermore Rodeo. Xtreme Bulls demonstrated professional bull riding on Friday, June 7th. A parade was held Saturday, June 8th in downtown Livermore. The action moved to Robertson Stadium for a full weekend of events. (Photos – Doug Jorgensen)

The 7th annual Livermorium Day celebration was held last Thursday, May 30th, recognizing the creation of element 116, which was named in honor of the city and a team of scientists from the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory. Livermore is one of only six cities in the world for which an element ha…

American Legion Post 47 of Livermore honored veterans on Memorial Day with Scouts and leaders from Boy Scout Troops 931 and 924. Over 1,400 flags were placed on the graves of veterans in all three cemeteries in Livermore Saturday morning. The American Legion provided the flags, grave locatio…