Salon holds anniversary celebration and fundraiser

Hair at Eric Ringo’s has scheduled a 20-year anniversary celebration and fundraiser 1-4 p.m. Saturday at the salon, 349 Plaza South, Los Altos.

Proceeds from the event will support the Alzheimer’s Association of Northern California. Ringo said he organized the event in honor of his mother, Alice, who died of Alzheimer’s disease four years ago.

Should you invest in an IPO?

Since the beginning of this year, we’ve seen a number of spectacular first-day gains among initial public offerings (IPOs).

Lyft rose 21% before closing with a gain of 9%. Pinterest soared 25% but was overshadowed by Levi Strauss’s 31% advance. And even those impressive returns pale in comparison to Zoom, which – true to its name – zoomed up an astounding 72% by the end of its first day of trading. It’s no surprise that so many IPOs are oversubscribed. But are they really good investments?

Transactions for the week of May 29

Los Altos

1315 Garthwick Drive, W. & W. Grossman to B. & C. Oyang for $2,910,000

1805 Granger Avenue, V. Khatkhate to E. & B. Kim for $2,778,000

Real Estate transactions for the week of May 22 2019

Los Altos

1655 Alexander Court, Nardini Trust to Y. & A. Cao for $3,250,000

1469 Brookmill Road, Neth Trust to R. & G. Subramanian for $2,700,000

Settling real estate disputes

Most real estate contracts contain optional agreements to participate in nonbinding mediation or binding arbitration should a dispute arise.

Getting everyone on the same page: Linden Tree Books' search for a new chapter


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Linden Tree Books is in danger of closing unless an acceptable buyer can be identified. Co-owners Dianne Edmonds and Jill Curcio organized two information and Q&A sessions, including one today, to discuss options that could prevent a permanent shutdown.

Linden Tree Books co-owners Dianne Edmonds and Jill Curcio have been working to sell their shop for approximately a year, with a focus on finding a buyer committed to preserving the atmosphere that has attracted area residents of all ages for more than 40 years. Now, they’re inviting the store lovers themselves to be part of the conversation.

Edmonds and Curcio placed an advertisement in the May 8 Town Crier with an intriguing banner: “What is the next chapter for Linden Tree Books and what does it look like?” These are questions the business partners have been asking themselves since early 2018.


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