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February 28, 2024
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Local Kitchens raising $$$ for Daves Avenue; Severe Thrill plays The Cats; Breaking Dawn opening (Calendar)

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For more events, visit the online calendar at losgatan.com/events-calendar Severe Thrill prepares “dance party pop” for The Cats The Cats presents “Severe Thrill, a musical salute to chart topping ladies” on Friday, Feb. 9 at 6pm. No Cover. Call ahead 408-354-3060 to make a reservation for...

Campo di Bocce turns 27; high school teacher publishes book; funding for affordable housing (local scene)

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Campo di Bocce returns after January renovation In December, longtime Campo di Bocce customers opened their Facebook feeds and saw construction workers in hi-viz outfits stretching sheets of translucent plastic across the popular Los Gatos eatery and sporting hall. But the facility, one of the community’s...

History Club open house draws new faces

Busy event
After the throng exited the Jan. 25 History Club of Los Gatos open house, organizers Lisa Harris (the event chair) and Emma Jewell (co-chair) finally had a moment to take stock of the whirlwind event. “We had a sign-in sheet and a lot of people...

Citrus fruit ripens through winter

Winter is bare root season, which is the best time for installation of deciduous fruit trees. It is also the best time for dormant pruning of deciduous fruit trees. Evergreen fruit trees do not get much attention. Installation and any pruning of evergreen fruit...

Fixing traffic snarls at Sanborn County Park; KCAT’s summer media program accepting applications; property taxes due (local scene)

Sanborn County Park
Supervisors’ decision aims to improve traffic flow at park trailhead To improve traffic flow for area residents and visitors at Sanborn County Park, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted a set of resolutions restricting parking on Black Road, an unincorporated County road...

Documentary highlighting benefits of green eating draws over 100 people

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Plant-Based Advocates hosted a screening of environmental documentary Eating Our Way to Extinction at the Los Gatos Theatre, urging people to shift to a plant-based diet to address environmental destruction and improve human health.

Pollard and coppice during winter

This is extreme dormant pruning. Pollard and coppice pruning involve complete removal of all new growth. They typically involve growth from a previous season annually. A two-year cycle involves growth from two previous seasons, and so on. This repetitive pruning to the same origins...

Heather White coming to the Los Gatos Library Feb. 1 for environmental talk (Calendar)

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For more events, visit the online calendar at losgatan.com/events-calendar Author Talk Friends of Los Gatos Library welcome Heather White, author of “One Green Thing,” for a conversation around climate change and what each of us can do to make an impact. White is a nationally recognized...

Los Gatos designer’s shoes hit Golden Globes red carpet in Beverly Hills

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It had been a year since Janelle James got in hot water for interrupting a co-star during last year’s Golden Globes, and she wanted to make sure her look was on-point for this year’s edition. And thanks to the insights of one of her stylists,...

Mathletes killing it; ‘Edge of Anthropocene’ art; earthquake grants (local scene)

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59 students from Los Gatos-Saratoga Union High School District have qualified for the American Invitational Mathematics Competition (AIME), while a group exhibition "Lost Wild - Art On The Edge Of The Anthropocene" opens Feb. 1 at Whitney Modern in Los Gatos.