In addition to coaching Little League and high school teams for more than 40 years, Russ Ruslender has also officiated at games all over the world including various levels of the league's world series events.
The 100th birthday of the National Park Service in 2016 and the 17th annual Eugene O'Neill Festival in September are a happy collision that result in a series of events aimed at enlightenment on all fronts.
The display on view through Oct. 15 at downtown Danville's Village Theatre and Art Gallery celebrates the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service and the Bay Area's bountiful national, regional, state and local parks.
Model Trains Exhibit -- At Danville's Museum of the San Ramon Valley, the main layout of the exhibit has two elevations with four running trains and includes scenery, bridges, a trestle, tunnel and a village with a replica of the museum (the former Southern Pacific Depot).
America protects the wrongs of fools such as KaepernickColin Kaepernick's decision to sit during the national anthem is his God-given freedom of choice; his reasoning, however, is as flawed as his reading of opposing defenses.
This year's gathering at the Pleasanton Marriott, like those of the Oakland high school held every five years since 1976, has been organized by two Knights exceptionally loyal and true -- Greg Hickey, of Pleasanton, and his companion-in-arms, Ron Campos, of Danville.