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Logan visits Wizard World Comic Con

By LOGAN W. Special to the Tribune Let’s talk about Wizard World Comic Con in Sacramento, California – the most exciting event I have ever witnessed. There were so many characters all around me. These people spend so many hours on their costumes and do an awesome job of making …

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‘Ricki and The Flash’ one bipolar picture

By JAMIE JOBB Special to the Martinez Tribune Those of us who knew Jonathan Demme in high school recall his undaunted enthusiasm, his fierce concentration, his persistent predisposition toward compelling sounds and sights – traits that over the next half century would fuel his development as one of the world’s …

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‘Let Me Hear You Smile’ to premier at Campbell Theater

MARTINEZ, Calif. – OnStage Theatre will soon perform their rendition of the spirited comedy, “Let Me Hear You Smile,” at downtown Martinez’s very own Campbell Theater. The play revolves around the difficulties of love and marriage through youth, menopause, and senility. Faced with these problems are “Hannah,” her husband “Neil” …

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Art in the Park set for Aug. 16

By RYAN CALHOON MARTINEZ, Calif. – The historic Art in the Park is coming back to our hometown of Martinez on Aug. 16. The event will be held in Susana Park from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. All the art is handcrafted by local artists, and according to longtime Art …

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Beaver slaps spotlight on Martinez

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Nature enthusiasts, conservationists and wildlife rescue organizations were out in spades last Saturday to celebrate a species that once faced extermination in Martinez. The 8th annual Beaver Festival drew more participants and visitors than ever, growing from just eight booths in 2008 to over 40 booths at …

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There’s no excuse for these moms

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Everyone knows that being a mom is tough. Finding time to balance kids, a household and work is difficult. Often times, moms end up making their health the lowest of their priorities. Some moms are too busy to eat healthy. Other moms struggle with finding a gym …

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Logan gives Jurassic World five out of five stars

Jurassic World is one of the top action-packed movie experiences I have been to lately. It’s part action, part disaster and part science fiction film. This movie, produced by Steven Spielberg as another installment of the Jurassic franchise, is startling in its special effects. Directed by Colin Trevorrow, Jurassic World …

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Wolfgang Puck’s Kitchen: An easy, elegant summertime dessert

By WOLFGANG PUCK, Tribune Content Agency Wolfgang Puck’s Kitchen Mention summertime desserts, and the first thing people usually think of is ice cream. You’d have to travel far and wide to find anyone who doesn’t love a scoop or two of their favorite vanilla, chocolate, mint chip or cookies-and-cream, sitting …

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Rick Steves’ Europe: Warsaw reborn

By RICK STEVES Tribune Content Agency Warsaw, the capital of Poland, doesn’t appear at the top of many European travelers’ wish lists. But that’s just one reason you may want to visit. With evocative sights, an epic history, and low prices, Warsaw is a diamond in the rough. If you’re …

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