TV this week: Taylor Swift in Paris; ‘Snowpiercer’ debuts

Chuck Barney’s TV and streaming picks for May 17-23 DON’T MISS: “Taylor Swift City of Lover Concert” — The pop superstar delivers hit after hit in this concert special filmed last September at L’Olympia Theater in Paris, France. Swift performs songs from her award-winning album “Lover” in front of an intimate crowd of fans from […]

Campbell community briefs for the week of May 22

Infant care needs Parents in need of baby formula, diapers and other sanitary products during the COVID-19 pandemic can request them for free from the nearest family resource center. Several city and county departments have teamed up with school districts, including the Campbell Union School District, and community groups to gather and distribute infant care […]

Teens’ COVID Run fundraiser benefits donors, too

When two Homestead High School students decided to raise money for local residents experiencing food insecurity during quarantine, they also wanted to be sure donors to their fundraiser were staying healthy and engaged while sheltering in place. So Andrew Borjigin and Kamran Hussain came up with COVID Run, an effort to raise $25,000 for Sunnyvale […]

Sunnyvale community briefs for the week of May 22

SCS earns Google grants Google has awarded two grants totaling $350,000 to Sunnyvale Community Services. The grants will go toward SCS’s new Coronavirus Relief Fund. SCS received a $100,000 grant from Google LLC and a $250,000 grant from Google.org. These funds are earmarked for Sunnyvale residents who have lost income during the COVID-19 pandemic and […]

East Bay pets of the week for May 22

Hello, I’m Ephram! A sight to be seen, I’m not a huge cuddlier until I warm up to you. Once you give me the time to do so I’ll get fur all over your home and your lap. To adopt me, please visit berkeleyhumane.org online or call 510-845-7735 to learn about the new, no-contact adoption […]

Curtain Calls: Lafayette’s Town Hall Theatre streaming ‘Twelfth Night’

Twins separated in a shipwreck, mistaken identities, an unbelievably complicated romance and an amorous locale combine for one of Shakespeare’s most romantic and lively creations. Related Articles Curtain Calls: Bay Area Children’s Theatre puts classes online Curtain Calls: Berkeley Rep to live-stream ‘Irving Berlin’ on Mother’s Day Curtain Calls: Danville’s O’Neill Foundation program taking applications […]