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Caring and repairing

Wallace Baine is a staff writer for New SV Media with extensive experience covering community arts in the region.
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Is there a more fundamentally American ritual than the barn-raising? People banding together to help a neighbor in need is part of the American story that we never get tired [...]

Community reflections

Kimberly Ewertz is a freelance writer for South Valley magazine and Gilroy Dispatch.
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The tabletops feature fresh flowers from the Demonstration Garden down the street, the walls showcase the work of local artists, and chalkboards highlight the specials of the day came from [...]

Day on the Ridge

Kimberly Ewertz is a freelance writer for South Valley magazine and Gilroy Dispatch.
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With an entire wall of his office is adorned with eclectic guitars it was more than apparent that the director of St. Joseph’s Family Center (SJFC), David Cox, is an [...]

A hard knock life

Lover of arts & books; ukulele learner; therapeutic knitter; long-distance runner. Former Arts and Books Editor at Herald-Tribune.
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The musical “Annie,” based on the Little Orphan Annie comic strip of Depression-era fame, has been inspiring little girls to audition for the title role for more than 40 years, [...]

Come on-a My House

Lover of arts & books; ukulele learner; therapeutic knitter; long-distance runner. Former Arts and Books Editor at Herald-Tribune.
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Tenderly, The Rosemary Clooney Musical, opening April 27 at Limelight Actors Theater, is more than simply a jukebox musical with an actress running through the Clooney songbook. Instead, the musical, [...]

Shattered history

Wallace Baine is a staff writer for New SV Media with extensive experience covering community arts in the region.
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It’s a story that was originally intended for an audience of one. And, if all goes according to plan, it could evolve into a story for millions. Armand Baltazar began [...]
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