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Book Talking at the Concord Senior Center: 1-2:15 p.m. Jan. 27. Adults and seniors are invited to the Senior Center, 2727 Parkside Circle, to hear Adult Services Librarian Lynne Noone talk about books, feature current book selections as well as some oldies but goodies. She will have books to check out, including those for a book discussion group the fourth Tuesday of every other month. The first discussion will be March 24 on “And the Mountains Echoed,” by Khaled Hosseini. Bring your library card, or I.D. and get your library card. Register through the Concord Activity Guide at www.ConcordReg.org Reference class #97086.

Mom did not have much in the way of role models, support, ballet slippers embroidery design or finances, but worked tirelessly to provide for her children in the best way she could, She was very proud of her exemplary sales skills as a 15-year employee of the Mervynʼs Department Store in Millbrae, CA, Her life circumstances did not provide her with the opportunity for higher education, but she was without a doubt one of the intuitively wisest human beings, The depth of Momʼs wisdom is revealing itself with increasing clarity as we process her path and welcome these insights as continuous gifts of her passing, She was blessed with inherent skills at observation and an open curiosity of all things; from marveling at the magnificence of nature to understanding much about world politics and religion..

Documentary film screenings. Shorts by First Year MFA Students. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 11. Annenberg Auditorium, Stanford University. Free. 650-723-3404 or http://art.stanford.edu/news-events/events-calendar/?begindate=2012-12-11&enddate=2012-12-11#anchor_1031. Bring it Karaoke with Anthony. 8 p.m. Mondays. Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City. No cover. www.clubfoxrwc.com. Music at Kohl Mansion. 7 p.m. Sundays. Free pre-concert talks with musicologist educator Kai Christiansen post-concert receptions with performers. Dec. 16: Aulos Ensemble. Jan. 20: Trio Solisti. Feb. 10: Alexander String Quartet with violist Toby Appel. April 14: Amelia Piano Trio. May 5: Pianist Anne-Marie McDermott with the Alexander String Quartet. March 17 gala: Manasse-Nakamatsu Duo (Jon Manasse, clarinet; Jon Nakamatsu, piano). Great Hall at Kohl Mansion, 2750 Adeline Drive, Burlingame. $15-$45, individual; $80-$270 series; March 17 gale, $60. 650-762-1130; fax: 650-343-8464; www.musicatkohl.org/tickets; or email: info@musicatkohl.org.

Liccardo told the crowd of about 1,500 that he beefed up public safety by doubling community service officers, continuing a jobs program for at-risk youth and launching a security camera registry with residents and businesses, And he touted an ambitious plan to fight homelessness by converting motels into housing and vowed to put a roof over the heads of 700 homeless veterans, Still, some ballet slippers embroidery design of the mayor’s political critics said the speech lacked focus as well many of the details necessary to combat the city’s most complex problems..

It’s Week 8 of Season 20 of “Dancing With the Stars,” the first of two episodes a week, and “America’s Choice,” where the viewers picked the dances, the music, the costumes and anything else on which they could voice an opinion for each of the couples’ individual dances. Tonight was all about the dancing, from the individual dances by the six remaining couples to the infamous trio dances, where each pair selected an eliminated pro to join them for the usually complicated routines.