Singing T-Sisters hit Pleasanton: Oakland-based trio the T Sisters — Erika, Rachel and Chloe — perform old-timey music but suffuse it with a contemporary sensibility — and harmonies to die for. Their obvious talent and passion for their craft caught the attention of bluegrass icon Laurie Lewis, who produced the Sisters’ 2014 debut album “Kindred Lines.” Now, after dropping a second, self-titled album last year and performing at theaters and festivals around the country, the Sisters are in their home turn to kick off the Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton’s new season. Details: 8 p.m. Saturday; $15-$25; 925-931-4848, firehousearts.org.— Randy McMullen, Staff.
A delicious pancake breakfast from 7:30 to 11 a.m. will once again be hosted by the Concord-Diablo Rotary Club before and after the 5K. The fee is $5 per person at the Rotary booth at Todos Santos Plaza. Concord’s 25th annual Fourth of July Parade starts at 10 a.m., complete with floats, bands, equestrian and dance teams and more. Get a good spot to watch along the parade route. The parade starts near Mt. Diablo High School on Grant Street at Almond, and continues down Grant Street to Willow Pass Road, then around the Todos Santos Plaza and along Mt. Diablo Street toward Almond (Mt. Diablo High School).
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Judge Horner’s decision came after six days of often-emotional testimony from partygoers and Ghost Ship residents who survived the blaze, and an Oakland arson expert who said the cause could not be determined but was likely electrical. The judge called the warehouse a “death trap,” echoing how witnesses described the labyrinth-like space. While prosecutors called witnesses to support allegations that Almena and Harris operated a residence that violated building and fire codes, defense attorneys said the city of Oakland was equally on trial.