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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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The mysterious giants and the wall of Contra Costa County

By OLAV PHILLIPS Special to the Martinez Tribune Many people in our area may not know this, but there is an ancient enigmatic structure which haunts our East Bay halls.  It’s a rock wall which stands three feet high and extends at least another three feet into the ground, and ...

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Local organization helps keep cat population down

By JULIE LINFORD Special to the Tribune As anyone who has worked with or volunteered for a small nonprofit organization knows, it takes a lot of work to be successful! In our first eight years, our organization, Outcast Cat Help, Trapped-Neutered-Returned (TNR) over 1,500 cats in Contra Costa County. TNR ...

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John Muir Land Trust to host star gazing event Tuesday

MARTINEZ, Calif. – The stars are aligned for another stellar Star Gazing event on Tuesday evening, Aug. 18, from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at John Muir Land Trust’s Fernandez Ranch, a permanently protected 702-acre natural area. This popular event, sponsored by John Muir Land Trust (JMLT) in partnership with the Mt. Diablo ...

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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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City to promote CalFresh awareness

MARTINEZ, Calif. – The Martinez City Council recently adopted a resolution promoting CalFresh Awareness. For some families, hunger can be a year-round predicament. The CalFresh Program, federally known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), can add to food budgets and put healthy and nutritious food on the table. The ...

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