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If Election 2014 has been exasperating for Silicon Valley citizens waiting for results, it's been stomach-wrenching for school board candidates in races hinging on a few votes. The Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters' plodding vote count -- beginning on Election Night when it took hours to post an update after the initial release of mail-in ballot totals -- fueled the drama that neared its end Monday with almost all of the outstanding ballots finally counted. Comment?
Ceramics by Michal Niv and Anthony Rollins will appear in Watertight: Beyond the Vessel, an exhibit celebrating the long history of ceramic art, at the Olive Hyde Art Gallery. Photos courtesy of Olive Hyde Art Gallery "Watertight: Beyond the Vessel" an exhibit celebrating the long history of ceramic art, will open at the Olive Hyde Art Gallery, 123 Washington Blvd., Fremont with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 24. The exhibit will remain open through Nov. 22. Utilizing a variety of construction and firing techniques, the 30 Orchard Valley Ceramic Art Guild artists exhibiting at Olive Hyde expand the idea of "Watertight: Beyond the Vessel" as a functional container. Comment?
For years now, persuading the board of the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District to preserve the Mount Umunhum radar tower has been like trying to remove an impacted wisdom tooth without tools. In 2012, the seven-member board announced it was giving preservationists five years to come up with a plan for saving the tower, one of the valley's most visible historical icons. Comment?
A series of six free Sunday outdoor concerts opening Aug. 10, will feature an eclectic mix of genres -- from blues, salsa and rock 'n' roll to an orchestra and Celtic music. Comment?
Proponents of a bond measure to improve access to land overseen by the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District have raised more than $827,817, according to campaign finance statements. Comment?
The beauty of San Mateo County is undeniable, but it wasn't long ago that the rolling coastal lands and old farmsteads here were threatened by inappropriate development and sprawl. Comment?
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