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Longtime celebrity couples: Then and now

In a world where our headlines seem to be filled with tales of the latest celebrity feuds, scandals, and heartbreak, it can be refreshing to take a look at those who can restore our faith in love. [Read entire story]

Blues Traveler headlines San Jose Music in the Park

Since Blues Traveler emerged with four strong album releases from 1990 to 1994, the core unit led by lead vocalist/harmonica player John Popper has been continually reliable. The death of bassist Bobby Sheehan in 1999 [Read entire story]

Baez and more celebrate Summer of Love in music

Joan Baez leads a group of veterans and newcomers on the music scene, celebrating the Summer of Love during “Celebrating the San Francisco Sound” at the Nourse Theater in San Francisco. The Saturday, July 22, event [Read entire story]

Recommendations from Kepler’s Books, Menlo Park

Recommendations of recent books from the staffs of a rotating list of Bay Area independent bookstores. The Refrigerator Monologues, Catherynne Valente Perfectly riffing on the tropes that superhero comics are founded [Read entire story]

Acrobat plummets to death just before Green Day show in Madrid

MADRID (AP) — Event organizers say an acrobat fell to his death during a rock music festival in Madrid on Friday night. The organizers of the Mad Cool festival expressed their condolences to the acrobat's family in a [Read entire story]

Alex & Aris: The Greatest Story Never Told (Sponsored)

Alex & Aris explores the four years that a young Macedonian prince—soon to become Alexander the Great—spent under the tutelage of one of the greatest minds the world has ever known: the philosopher Aristotle. Very [Read entire story]

Vibrant SF Ethnic Dance Festival moves into historic venue

Few gatherings throughout the world can rival the vibrant collection of talent and tradition brought together each year at the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival. A celebratory reflection of the country and the Bay [Read entire story]

Things to do during Independence Day weekend

Alameda County Fair Carnival rides, live music, agricultural and livestock contests and exhibits, vendors, exhibits, food, drink, and more. 11 a.m.-11 p.m. daily Through July 9; 9:30 p.m. fireworks July 4. $8-$15. [Read entire story]

Horoscope for Saturday, 6/10/17 by Christopher Renstrom

ARIES. (March 20 - April 18): Don't expect to accomplish much today. You will be called away so many times that you'll have trouble recalling what you were originally working on. [Read entire story]

Minerva’s Sunday Horoscope: 6/04/17

STARCAST: Mars (Mr. Aggression) swaggers forward into tenacious but oft times pessimistic Cancer just as Venus swings into possessive Taurus and the full moon blasts fiery, undiplomatic Sagittarius. So much emotion, so [Read entire story]

Horoscope for Wednesday, 5/31/17 by Christopher Renstrom

ARIES. (March 20 - April 18): It would be different if you held all the cards, but you don't. You must take your cues from someone who takes an eternity to play them. [Read entire story]

Minerva’s Sunday Horoscope: 5/28/17

STARCAST: Light a candle, say an affirmation, a prayer or a mantra as Mars in sassy Gemini faces off against mighty Saturn in fiery Sagittarius. If you've paid your dues, this will be a week defined by good karma If not [Read entire story]

‘Roseanne’ coming back to TV

“Roseanne” is coming back to television as a mid-season show on ABC, the network has announced. Network president Channing Dungey confirmed the revival which will feature almost everyone from the cast of the [Read entire story]

Minerva’s Sunday Horoscope: 5/14/17

STARCAST: This week's news centers around change. First Mercury's shift into Taurus, a steadying influence after fast talking, fast acting Aries. Come Saturday, as the sun skips into airy, sociable Gemini, the pace [Read entire story]

Minerva’s Sunday Horoscope: 5/07/17

STARCAST: A newly awakened Mercury pairs with rebellious Uranus in fiery Aries as the full moon beams energy from powerful Scorpio. Think date with destiny as both intimate relationships and shared finances are involved. [Read entire story]

Worth Seeing at the movies

The Circle As chilling as any horror film and even more disturbing because the world it depicts is so close to our own, this is a dystopian vision of what could happen to human interaction if the big tech companies have [Read entire story]


American Bookbinders Museum Collection of 18th and 19th century bookbinding equipment. Cable Car Museum Powerhouse and cable car barn. California Academy of Sciences “Brain and Body Nightlife.” With [Read entire story]

Minerva’s Sunday Horoscope: 4/23/17

STARCAST: Ooga Booga! Ooga Booga! Hear those drums? The natives are restless, the vibes intense as the new moon joins the sun in lusty Taurus. Jupiter continues to hang in lovely Libra. Saturn still holds sway in [Read entire story]

Minerva’s horoscope for April 16

Easter is blessed with a Sun-Moon fire trine this year, a magic message spelling creative inspiration in the weeks ahead. Aries (March 19-April 18) Power planets continue their spring fling round your birthday [Read entire story]

Minerva’s Sunday Horoscope: 4/16/17

STARCAST: Easter is blessed with a Sun-Moon fire trine this year, a magic message spelling creative inspiration in the weeks ahead. In other news, Mars progresses into Gemini. It's a perfect time to use structures [Read entire story]