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March 26, 2023
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Campbell resident gearing up for role in ‘Company’

Kimberly Kay in Spamalot
Kimberly Kay, 47, says ever since she jumped into the dramatic arts while a student at Alta Vista Elementary School in Los Gatos, theater has been a constant in her life. The Campbell resident is now gearing up to play Susan in South Bay Musical...

Boat dock being demolished to build a disabled-accessible self-launching one at Vasona Park

Vasona Park plan
This week's "local scene" items touch on updates for boating enthusiasts, an LGHS alumni fundraiser and info about an environmental gathering. Boat dock project underway at Vasona Lake The construction of a new boat dock at Vasona Lake County Park in Los Gatos is slated to...

Local Scene: Popular baker rolls out plans for Los Gatos locations

manresa bread
LOCAL SCENE Manresa Bread readies for opening of second Los Gatos location Manresa Bread opened its new flagship location on Oct. 27 while expanding its original location. Founder and co-owner Avery Ruzicka is expected to debut a new concept in the original Los Gatos space at 276...

Kiwanis brings Halloween to hospitalized children

Trunk or Treat
On Oct. 22, to get into the holiday spirit, Los Gatos Kiwanis headed to Campbell for a “Trunk or Treat” event at CHoNC Pediatric Hospital, dressing up the back portions of vehicles with spooky decorations. It all went down in the parking lot of...

Local Scene: Senator visits College of Adaptive Arts; yoga center marks anniversary

dave cortese college of adaptive arts
Cortese tours College of Adaptive Arts On Dec. 2, Senator Dave Cortese, representing Senate District 15, and his wife Pattie took part in a tour of the College of Adaptive Arts campus. College of Adaptive Arts, a 501 c3 non-profit organization, provides a lifelong collegiate experience...

Local Scene: Police academy; road work underway

los gatos monte sereno police department
Academy provides public with inside look at police department The Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Department is presenting its first Community Police Academy. This is an opportunity for the public to participate in a 10-week program designed to provide an inside look at local law enforcement.   During academy...

Monte Sereno city manager shares ideas for a better Los Gatos

Steve Leonardis
Speaking at a public meeting of local residents Nov. 11, Monte Sereno City Manager Steve Leonardis, who once sat in the Los Gatos mayor’s chair, shared some of his worries, as well as ideas about how the Town could be more fiscally prudent. Among these...

New Italian eatery earns early accolade with write-up in prestigious Michelin guide

ASA restaurant team
It’s the Friday afternoon before Valentine’s Day when Asa Los Gatos proprietor Andrew Welch gets a surprise phone call. “I think we might have an oyster problem,” he reveals to business partner Sara Scroggins, after some unwelcome news. “The storms really hit the farms we...

Los Gatos’ polygonal mountain lion entrance sign inspired by calligraphy

artist point to sculpture
Matt Babcock touches the electrostatically-applied powder coating on the aluminum of the mountain lion, showing off the bends of the sculpture he created for Los Gatos’ newest entrance sign. The Seattle artist drew on cubism and calligraphy, he said, explaining he didn’t want the piece...

Local Scene: Bakery celebrates 25th; new businesses open

Nothing Bundt Cakes
Bakery celebrates 25th with free cakes Nothing Bundt Cakes is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a cake giveaway. On Sept. 1, the first 250 guests at the bakery, 421 N. Santa Cruz Ave. in Los Gatos, will receive a free Confetti Bundtlet, the brand’s individually...