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Seniors need to arrive in between 9am and 10 am on Thurs., Oct. 26, to enjoy the last senior safari of 2023 at San Jose's Happy Hollow Park and Zoo. (The top photo is of my cat Mauli attempting to pack himself into my purse so he can join the fun. Sorry, no pets allowed at Happy Hollow.)Senior Sa...
Please join us for the monthly Sessions, a Free Music Night for the community at 7p on Wed., October 25th from 7pm to 9pm at the Living Room Coffee Craft in Campbell, Calif.Once a month The Living Room Coffee Craft hosts Sessions, a time to celebrate local music and spoken word artists along with...
On October 24, 1902, six optimistic young ladies founded Delta Zeta Sorority at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Always a pioneering entity. comprised of trailblazing ladies, Delta Zeta was the first sorority at the previously all-male Miami University.Those six young college student founders we...
When I take a break from selling Silicon Valley homes in San Jose, Cupertino and Santa Clara, Calif., I love learning new facts. Here are 7 interesting news items from October 20.           1720 – Caribbean pirate Calico Jack is captured by the Royal Navy. John “Calico Jack” Rackham is most remem...
When I’m not selling houses in San Jose, Cupertino and Santa Clara, Calif., I love learning new facts. Here are three interesting news items from October 19. 1781 – At Yorktown, Virginia, British commander Lord Cornwallis's representatives handed over Cornwallis' sword and formally surrendered to...
Most folks know the Federal Reserve has increased mortgage rates as a way to reduce inflation. Yet the anticipated drop in housing prices has not occurred. Silicon Valley home buyers want to know why.Here is today's update courtesy of reporter Ben Christopher of CalMatters, who interviewed deputy...
Sixty-three years ago on October 14, 1960, then-Senator John F. Kennedy inspired a 10,000-strong crowd of 10,000 University of Michigan students in Ann Arbor, Michigan.That historic speech? It was Kennedy describing his vision for a unique new group, the United States Peace Corps.The Michigan stu...
No one likes to talk or think about breast cancer, let alone metastatic breast cancer. Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day on October 13 is a time to gain and spread knowledge of what sufferers are up against and how society can help. Metastasis is a big word used to describe the spread of bre...
Who else forgot to thank their pastors for their service this past Sun., October 8, 2023?(In fairness, I was out of town.) But the second Sunday in October is always Clergy Appreciation Day, a time to recognize all of the ministers, pastors and priests serving communities in the United States.How...
While no one likes to think about experiencing a medical emergency, when it happens, one must be thankful for the skilled people staffing these important facilities.October 11 is a day to celebrate and thank all emergency department and emergency room nursing staff. Part of Emergency Nurses Week,...

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