Today's Music Picks: Journey, Steve Miller, Tower of Power visit Mountain View and Concord

Also, Pat Benatar and Rick Springfield perform July 25 at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga. 
Palo Alto and Walnut Creek make the list compiled by real estate blog Movoto based on home prices, household income, cultural amenities, educational achievement and more.  
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Finalists must create five unique dishes in knockout round. Plus, 'Project Runway' gets ruthless right out of the gate.  
Consequences of chronic untreated stress range from decreased immune system function to insomnia to increased risk of heart disease.  
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Woody Allen's dialogue and scenery make 'Magic in the Moonlight' shine, but even with Emma Stone and Colin Firth's excellent performances, the romance just doesn't click.
The game adapted from Bill Willingham's 'Fables' comic book series forces players to put their thinking caps on.  
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Opening act Alice Cooper delivers the best set of night, topping the offering by Motley Crue.  
Judgment Week is over and the judges have picked 47 contestants to perform live at Radio City Music Hall  
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Also, Journey, Steve Miller Band, Tower of Power perform in Mountain View and Concord.  
Internet beer radio's Justin Crossley and Scott Moskowitz launch The Hop Grenade in Todos Santos Plaza; Score Santa Cruz Mountains wines through AVA-specific wine club; David Broom's second edition of 'The World Atlas of Whisky' debuts this fall  
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A young skunk is hanging around a house during the day and doesn't seem very scared of humans. Could it be a pet?  
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Bartenders Stephen Shelton and Jimmy Marino have teamed with Chef Philippe Breneman to offer well-polished fine dining at yet another excellent Los Gatos restaurant.  
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Plus, 'BAPs' peeks inside affluent group that calls itself Black American Princesses and Princes.  
Dried hardtack, anyone? We thought not. But the dubious cooking of the Gold Rush era has inspired the sourdough loaves and spicy chilis we enjoy today.  
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Gold, ghosts and history await in the Sierra foothills.  
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Billy Joel will be honored with Gershwin Prize for Popular Song in November.  
Magician Psycho Jack was the first to leave after some prop problems  
Motley Crue brings Final Tour to Bay Area. Also, Pat Benatar performs July 25 at Mountain Winery in Saratoga.  
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Like blues and barbecue? Then check out these two upcoming festivals.  
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One of Danville's most popular restaurants moves from cramped quarters at the former Danville Hotel to a spacious new location but continues serving up delicious, high-quality sandwiches, salads and pastas.  
Plus, new reality series 'Food Fighters' pits amateur against professional chefs.  
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The Pulitzer Prize-winning Berkeley composer will make one of his regular summer jaunts to Santa Cruz for the West Coast premiere of his jazz-inspired Saxophone Concerto; it will be the 18th Adams work performed at the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music (July 27-Aug. 10), where the composer was once music director and lately has taken on a new role -- commissioning young composers, to nurture a new generation and 'keep the energy going.'  
Richard Linklater wanted to show intimate moments from a boy's life growing up in 'Boyhood.'  
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BEVERLY HILLSAw jeez, we just can't get enough of "Fargo."FX president John Landgraf announced on Monday that the cable network is going forward with a second installment of the quirky miniseries.  
Is there anyone who doesn't love chicken wings? Here's the scoop on the best -- and nastiest -- offerings from the freezer case.  
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The smallest of Washington State's appellations, Red Mountain is producing some of the most expensive and seductive Bordeaux-style red wines.  
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Plus, 'The Newburgh Sting' digs deep into controversial case of four black men arrested for 2009 bomb plot that might have been FBI entrapment.  
Don't have a cow, man, but "The Simpsons" are about to bombard your television set like never before.  
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BEVERLY HILLSAw jeez, we just can't get enough of "Fargo."FX president John Landgraf announced on Monday that the cable network is going forward with a second installment of the quirky miniseries.  
Also, Pat Benatar performs July 25 at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga.  
This barren, desert prison is where O.J. Simpson lives

Some here call it the 'O.J. House,' the only gated community in a vast stretch of desert rich in gold and silver, pioneer trails and proud, isolated towns north of Reno. 
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Surprise! Justin Bieber in news for his music

The troubled singer releases clips of 11 new tracks on Instagram, hinting at prospect of new album.