Los Altan’s vintage photos give new life to the long-dead

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Courtesy of Jim Lyons
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It started as a pastime, something to keep Jim Lyons occupied in his retirement. Eventually, however, the Los Altos resident’s vintage photo posts on Nextdoor.com acquired a following, an informal fan club whose members eagerly awaited the next treasure shared online.

Community Briefs: Open studios, library endowment speaker

Open Studios artists show work at library

Silicon Valley Open Studios (SVOS) artists are scheduled to present a show of their works through the end April at the Los Altos main library, 13 S. San Antonio Road.

Los Altos Theater Working Group seeks volunteers to study options

The Los Altos City Council at its March 23 meeting approved formation of a New Theater Working Group to make proposals to the council about the feasibility of building a new theater on city property in the downtown area or on the civic center campus.

Confronting Domestic Violence: The covert abuser casts himself as hero

Following is the first in a four-part series on coercive control.

El Camino Health, LinkedIn open community vaccination center

El Camino Health and LinkedIn Corp. recently joined forces to increase the capacity for COVID-19 vaccinations in Santa Clara County. The two partners opened a community vaccination center March 15, housed in an unoccupied LinkedIn building in Sunnyvale.

Hills resident’s new book ‘Crash’ details aftermath of family tragedy

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Los Altos Hills resident Rachel Michelberg's "Crash" chronicles the moral and emotional impact of caring for an impaired family member.

After her husband’s plane crash, Rachel Michelberg was forced to make one of the most difficult decisions of her life.


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