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Annual Animated Short Film Show of Shows

Vallejo’s Empress Theatre event offers 16 contemporary animation films February 8, 2018, that express issues in the U.S. and around the world.

The Art of Reinvention

After a hip injury ended her long-time dancing career, Laurie Key has navigated major life changes, leading to reinvention and new passions along the way.

Benicia Amateur Radio Club is Prepared for Emergencies

Working with the fire dept. and Benicia Emergency Response Teams, in a true emergency, Art Mayoff would coordinate communications with 60 amateur radio club members.

Benicia City Manager’s Top Priorities

Since coming to Benicia in April, Lorie Tinfow’s focus is on city finances, employee retention and making a difference in people’s lives.

Retired Benicia Optics Engineer’s Artistic and Detailed Pencil Drawings

Career engineer Mark Bremer returned to the art of drawing post-retirement in 2014, and is a member artist at downtown Benicia’s HQ Gallery.

A Plethora of Interesting Jobs for Author Steven Boyett

Self-proclaimed “world's greatest left-handed didgeridoo-playing science fiction & fantasy writer and DJ,” Boyett talks about his life’s interesting trajectory.

Houston Robertson’s One-woman Show Victory for the Recycled Virgin

When Houston Robertson’s life path took an unexpected turn, she reinvented herself as a solo performer.

“It’s All about Storytelling”

David Dodd, Benicia Public Library’s new director of library and cultural services, discusses his transition into the role, being a librarian, family man, gardener and musician, and his dog named Benicia.

Interview: Social Worker & Mom Of Seven, Asha Allen Finds Time For Marathon Swimming

A Passion for Protecting Neglected and Abandoned Animals

A long-time advocate for animals, Benicia’s Peggie Hartig has rescued wolves in addition to dogs, and volunteered at local animal shelters, rescue foundations and humane societies.