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My parents (and I suppose my family) considered me to be downright radical, but “feminists” considered me to be “old fashioned.” For me, being a feminist means being able to choose who you want to be as a woman, embracing all that makes us different from men, but not necessarily in an adversarial way. For a woman to tell me how I am supposed to look or behave is no different than a man telling me. No one should have that power over me (or anyone else). The biggest feminine cause I do support is equal pay for equal work. Another cause I support is a woman’s right to choose what can be done to her body, i.e. abortion rights. I also believe that women should be better represented in all fields, including politics, sports, entertainment, and that they should be given more attention for all that they do in their contributions to society in general.

Arcadia: Through Jan, 6, Ashby Stage, 1901 Ashby Ave., Berkeley, Set on a country estate between 1809 and the present-day, Arcadia explores mathematics, landscape gardening, Byron and the undeniable power of the human heart, $7-$52,, Tuck Everlasting: Through Dec, 30, Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, Set in the 1890s, this story of free-spirited Winnie Foster follows her search for adventure and her discovery of the Tucks, a close-knit family with the secret to everlasting ballet flats arch support life, $35-$86,

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University. “Flesh and Metal: Body and Machine in Early 20th-Century Art,” more than 70 artworks that explore a central dynamic of art making in Europe and the Americas between the 1910s and the early 1950s, through March 16. “Her Story”: Prints by Elizabeth Murray, 1986–2006, through March 30. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesdays-Sundays; Thursdays till 8 p.m. Stanford campus, off Palm Drive at Museum Way. 650-723-4177 or Pacific Art League of Palo Alto. “Abstractions,” a juried exhibition of 40 works by 31 California artists, Main Gallery. “Stamps on Paper,” works by Mario Rosales, Servane Briand, Sunny Chen, Suhita Shirodkar, Caroll Woods, Amy Tang and Katherine Kain. Both exhibits Feb. 7 through Feb. 31. Reception 5:30-8 p.m. Feb. 7. Ceramics by Phyllis Lee, Craft Gallery, through March 31. Pacific Art League, 227 Forest Ave., Palo Alto. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. Free admission.

“I just love it,” Lura Roberts, 30, said Sunday morning during The Fit Expo of Northern California at the McEnery Convention Center, “It’s what keeps me in shape and feeling good, and the group support is great.”, Roberts and three teammates from a gym in Rohnert Park had just completed their first heat in a “cross-fit” competition that blended traditional exercises with new games that seemed borrowed from hokey television contests, Working against the clock, the coed teams lifted weights and performed grueling chin-ups and push-ups, They sprinted back and forth on a rubber tarmac, rowed on an exercise machine, and heaved 20-pound medicine balls at a metal ballet flats arch support plate the height of a basketball rim..

Temirzhan Yerzhanov and Klara Frei piano duet: 7 p.m. Feb. 23, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1924 Trinity Ave., Walnut Creek. Four-hand duets by Schubert, Greig and Schumann. $10-$20. Contemporary Ballet by Jessica Lang Dance: 7:30 p.m. Feb. 23, Hammer Theatre Center, 101 Paseo De San Antonio, San Jose. This performance highlights the company’s genre-bending movement style. $37-$61. Empress Theatre Comedy Night with Gallagher: 8 p.m. Feb. 23, 330 Virginia St., Vallejo. Featuring sidekick Artie Fletcher. $25-$60.