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One Direction might have debuted on the Billboard charts behind Justin Bieber, but they won the top award Sunday.
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Get into a holiday spirit by attending one of these festive weekend events.
Owner Carlos Pippa said he will refurbish the restaurant and change it into a 'Mediterranean taverna.' Chef Jamil Peden said he will leave his post.
The Grateful Dead’s footprint on Sonoma County and the North Bay will live long after the band says goodbye to Bay Area fans at a weekend concert in Santa Clara.
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When they finished making 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' 50 years ago, the producers sat back and looked at their work. And they thought: Good grief.
Billed as a Thanksgiving for Middletown, a host of musical acts, performers and acts of kindness filled the Wells Fargo Center on Sunday.