ballet notes

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ballet notes

ballet notes

Summer Joy Concert: Benefit concert featuring Robert Perala and the Kissing Bandits, therapeutic flutist Anand David, songwriter/guitarist Tim Mauro, flamenco guitarist Jerry Kiernan, a keyboard duet by Eric Meece and Gene Turner, and comic Jim Donnelly. Aug. 18, 7-9 p.m. Divine Science Community Center, 1540 Hicks Ave., San Jose. $25 advance. $30 door. 408-293-3838, http://divinesciencecommunity center.org. Willow Glen Class of 1962: The class holds its 50-year reunion weekend Sept. 28-29. Activities include the WGHS homecoming football game (Sept. 28); WGHS homecoming parade and a tour of the campus (Sept. 29); and class of ’62 reunion party (Sept. 29). The reunion party includes heavy hors d’oeuvres, a no-host bar, photo slideshow, a DJ playing the hits of the ’60s. The party is located at The Villages of San Jose, 5000 Cribari Lane, San Jose from 5:30-9 p.m. $55 per person through Aug. 30/$65 through Sept. 29. For additional information and tickets, visit wghs62reunion@eventbrite.com, or call 408-358-1441 or 408-205-3567.

Watts is a hoot, from the Russian accent to the way she plays the pregnant pauses during a pole dance, Chris O’Dowd, another “Bridesmaids” alum and a growing comic force in his own right, does a delightful turn as Brother Geraghty, Oliver’s teacher, who runs his classroom with the acumen of a stand-up used to dealing with hecklers, Things are coming to an angry head on all fronts when an accident intervenes, or maybe it’s a higher power, It makes Vincent more dependent than he’s ever been, While Murray goes right there with him, it’s a little rocky, Meanwhile, Oliver’s hard at work on Brother Geraghty’s everyday saint assignment, which is where ballet notes “St, Vincent” was heading from the start — cheese and sentiment threaten to blow through and break things apart..

In addition to presenting her parable about the collapse of society, Amirpour also delivers a kind of postmodern Adam-and-Eve story. Comfort may be Edenic — at least compared with the open desert — but it isn’t necessarily a place where you would want to raise a kid. After all, it isn’t real, as the sign says. “The Bad Batch” suggests that it might be better — or at least less delusional — to fend for yourself among people who make no secret about wanting to eat you.

The message of Christmas is told in music as ballet notes we listeners are led back to Bethlehem to rediscover the joy, peace and love of Christmas, Admission is free and people of all faiths and ages are invited, Donations will be accepted, For more information, go to Brentwoodumc.com/upcoming-events.html for information or call 925-634-3093, A fun holiday concert put on by the Antioch Strolling Strings, This local group of school aged musicians will be performing many holiday favorites, This non-profit organization has been performing their Holiday Pops Concert for many years as a fund raiser..

“I feel like we will be able to get the support and appreciation from others (after this show), and that’s going to back us up,” said Infante, who turned his life around after a stint in juvenile hall as a teen. “We could build that support as strong members of our city, as ambassadors. Then, when we say we are going to a city meeting, we have all these people show up because we’re there.”. The FHYF founders are involved in the East Palo Alto Youth Arts and Music Center, slated to open in early 2019, where they plan to work with disadvantaged and at-risk youths. The center’s mission is to ramp up opportunities for local youths to realize their potential through the arts.