Anne Gelhaus, San Jose Mercury News

Anne Gelhaus

San Jose Mercury News

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Past articles by Anne:

San Jose community briefs for the week of Aug. 27

In Concert with Hope Hope Services’ annual fundraiser, In Concert with Hope, boasts some name acts: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and former Doobie Brother Michael McDonald will share the v… → Read More

Campbell community briefs for the week of Aug. 27

Jazz guitar show The Campbell Museum Foundation and the San Jose Guitar School of Music are co-hosting a Jazz Guitar Show Sunday, Aug. 29. Chris Shahin will perform jazz, Latin and Americana music … → Read More

Milpitas community briefs for the week of Aug. 27

Empty nesters’ best friend Parents looking for something to fill the void left by their kids going off to college might want to consider adopting a four-legged friend from the Humane Society Silico… → Read More

Race blazes a virtual trail for local nonprofit

Local residents who want to support the trails they run or walk on can participate in the 27th annual Trailblazer Race held by the Friends of Stevens Creek Trail. As with last year, this year’s fun… → Read More

Sunnyvale community briefs for the week of Aug. 27

Middle school plastics challenge Three eighth-graders at Cupertino Middle School, located in Sunnyvale, were named the winners of the 10th annual S^4-Super Summer Science Search on Sunday, Aug. 15.… → Read More

Saratoga community briefs for the week of Aug. 27

Hakone book signing Hakone Foundation Chair Ann Waltonsmith and trustee Connie Young Yu will be at Hakone Gardens Aug. 29 to sign copies of their book “Hakone Estate and Gardens.” The book features… → Read More

Saratoga community briefs for the week of Aug. 27

Hakone book signing Hakone Foundation Chair Ann Waltonsmith and trustee Connie Young Yu will be at Hakone Gardens Aug. 29 to sign copies of their book “Hakone Estate and Gardens.” The book features… → Read More

Children’s Musical Theater gets new digs ready for 54th season

After wrapping a three-show summer repertory, Children’s Musical Theater San Jose is finally getting settled into its new digs. The company moved into its Creative Arts Center on Parkmoor Avenue in… → Read More

Cupertino community briefs for the week of Aug. 27

Rotary’s Global Elegance Cupertino Rotary is set to host its Global Elegance fundraiser on Sunday, Aug. 29, at 6:30 p.m. at a private Los Altos Hills home. This event has raised funds for the club’… → Read More

Campbell crime report for the week of Aug. 27

Aug. 11 7 p.m. in the 400 block of East Hamilton Avenue: A suspect was identified in a theft of items after his parole agent discovered he had been frequenting the business. 60 Timber Cove Drive: A… → Read More

Campbell community briefs for the week of Aug. 20

Poet wanted The search is on for Santa Clara County’s next poet laureate. The county and its library district, in partnership with SVCREATES, have opened the application process for the poet who wi… → Read More

Saratoga community briefs for the week of Aug. 20

Remembering Flying Tigers The Saratoga Historical Foundation is presenting an online lecture Aug. 23 by historian Ray Cosyn about the Flying Tigers of WWII. In 1937 after the Japanese attacked and … → Read More

Irreverent Warriors take a hike through Los Gatos

Silkies and combat boots will be the uniform of the day Aug. 21 when a group of military personnel dubbed the Irreverent Warriors take a hike around Los Gatos. Despite its name, the nonprofit has a… → Read More

Milpitas community briefs for the week of Aug. 20

Poet wanted The search is on for Santa Clara County’s next poet laureate. The county and its library district, in partnership with SVCREATES, have opened the application process for the poet who wi… → Read More

Sunnyvale community briefs for the week of Aug. 20

Sidewalk office hours Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian is resuming “Sidewalk Office Hours” at farmers’ markets throughout his District 5, including the Sunnyvale Farmers’ Market on Saturd… → Read More

SiliCon organizers take public health seriously for indoor event

Cosplayers are used to donning masks as part of creating their characters, but they’ll have to figure out how to incorporate face coverings that block the coronavirus into their costumes for SiliCo… → Read More

San Jose community briefs for the week of Aug. 20

Vibrant Friday events The Urban Vibrancy Institute is hosting free events in downtown San Jose every Friday through October. These events are open to the community in support of local businesses an… → Read More

Saratoga High IT Club finds new owners for old computers

Local foster families got help with their distance learning in the form of hardware on Aug. 7, when students from the Saratoga High School IT Club donated computers they’d refurbished to clients at… → Read More

Campbell crime report for the week of Aug. 20

Aug. 2 Overnight on Hamilton Avenue from Marathon to Darryl: Eight vehicles were burglarized via window smash. Cash, credit cards and other personal items were taken. 1400 block of Dell Avenue: A w… → Read More

Campbell community briefs for the week of Aug. 13

Bell fetes Beall Former state Sen. Jim Beall is one of four alumni who will be inducted into the Bellarmine College Preparatory Hall of Fame at an Aug. 28 ceremony. Beall, a member of the private S… → Read More