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set of 3 art prints - watercolor ballet dancers wall art - ballerina nursery decor - ballet pointe shoes - lavender / purple art

set of 3 art prints - watercolor ballet dancers wall art - ballerina nursery decor - ballet pointe shoes - lavender / purple art

set of 3 art prints - watercolor ballet dancers wall art - ballerina nursery decor - ballet pointe shoes - lavender / purple art

If he had picked up the phone or Skyped Jenna Wright after he received her Facebook message, he would have quickly realized that the note about his wife’s virtual infidelity didn’t come from Jenna at all. It was from a digital impostor. In this age of hiding behind avatars and screen names and “catfishing” fake identities, the person who outed Lia for her online fling was a virtual mystery. Someone had stolen Jenna Wright’s Facebook profile picture and created a new Facebook page using her name, then sent Will the salacious news. The impostor was so convincing, Lia at first lashed out at Jenna, accusing her of betraying their friendship. It took days of cyber-sleuthing for Lia to confirm it was really someone else, most probably a friend from the scrapbooking weekend who must have seen Lia’s open Facebook page, cut and pasted its contents, then created a fake page to alert Will.

Montalvo’s Yuletide Holiday Champagne High Tea, Montalvo Arts Center, 15400 Montalvo Road, Saratoga, Guests will be served assorted tea sandwiches, scones, petit fours, lemon squares, holiday cookies, tea, coffee and champagne, 2 p.m, $45 at montalvoarts.org or 408.961.5858, Montalvo’s Yuletide Children’s Tea and Visit with Santa, Montalvo Arts Center, 15400 Montalvo Road, Saratoga, Children and their parents will be served scones, assorted tea sandwiches, mini pizza, fruit, cupcakes and brownies, and hot chocolate, tea or coffee, Each child will have a chance to frost and decorate a petite gingerbread man, sit with Santa and receive set of 3 art prints - watercolor ballet dancers wall art - ballerina nursery decor - ballet pointe shoes - lavender / purple art a small gift, 10 a.m, $30 at montalvoarts.org or 408.961.5858..

Zac Brown Band. 5:30 p.m. Oct. 27. Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View. $35-75-$89.75. www.livenation.com. Bay Choral Guild and Redwood Symphony. “Messyah.” 7 p.m. Dec. 9. Re-arrangement of Handel’s “Messiah” by Paul Ayres. First United Methodist Church, 625 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto. http://baychoralguild.org. Dragon Theatre’s Second Stage Series. “Cirque Exotique du Monde.” Through Oct. 8. Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway St., Redwood City. $15-$127; $175 for four-seat VIP box. www.dragonproductions.net or 650-493-2006, ext. 2.

Among the artists at this year’s show is Walnut set of 3 art prints - watercolor ballet dancers wall art - ballerina nursery decor - ballet pointe shoes - lavender / purple art Creek’s Maryanne Shaw, By day, she works with at-risk youths at College Park High School in Pleasant Hill, and by night, creates gorgeous jewelry, weavings and stained/fused glass, Although Shaw has worked in several other media, including photography and lace making, she always returns to beads, “I love glass in most any form, and I have always loved stones, especially unusual stones,” she explains, Also in the show is Lafayette sculptor Judy Miller, whose popular “Gesture” series of intriguing little people on tall chairs came about by accident..

“I would say either American imams will learn how to be spiritual leaders of these young people or Islam will not flourish in the United States,” Clayton said. Still, young Islamic leaders in the U.S. are clear that things like the five daily prayers, modest interaction between men and women, and bans on alcohol and premarital sex are inseparable from being Muslim. But in America, the application of those rules can look different. Teens go on co-ed field trips, for example, but chaperones are present. Mosques put on girls-only dances during high school prom season. And Islamic seminars for young adults take part in auditoriums divided down the middle by gender, said Nouman Ali Khan, 35, who founded Bayyinah, an Arabic institute in Dallas.