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The panelists are: John Yap, director, PCRC Empowering Youth Initiative; Gustavo Lopez, PCRC program associate; Fahad Quarashi, senior director, San Mateo County Programs, Youth Leadership Institute; Loren Miller, unit supervisor, San Mateo County Youth Services Center, and Meghan Blackman, school counselor, Pacifica School District. Beth Ross, Riekes Center director of Development and Community Relations, will be the moderator. Tickets cost $25 per person. For tickets, go to http://www.pcrcweb.org/workshops/ or call Sara Randazzo at 650-513-0330 or email srandazzo@pcrcweb.org.

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Reinertson is simply incredible in the role of Lizzie — she has a beautiful voice and she creates a characterization of a woman who grows to be much more than what she is perceived to be. Both Bauer and Clay deliver remarkable performances as their appeal to Lizzie grows and they realize they are in love, despite their very different protestations. Jacobson, the father (and a relative of the playwright Nash), expertly turns himself into a world-weary and surprisingly wise man, who considers 100 bucks to pay for his daughter’s happiness a bargain. And he’s got a look that says he just stepped through the stage door, straight from his drought-stricken farm.

Peter, wall hanging / door plaque / ballet shoes / personalised name plaque / ballerina gift / pointe shoes and flowers / door hanging of Pinole, and Montano, of Richmond, were found guilty of rape in concert, sexual penetration in concert, oral copulation in concert and a single charge enhancement for great bodily injury caused to the victim, While they each face up to 33 years to life, Judge Barbara Zuniga will have some discretion as to whether the terms for each count are consecutive or concurrent, For more than six weeks, the juries heard from about 30 witnesses, including two men who were convicted of the gang rape by way of plea deals, Manuel Ortega, 22, of Richmond, is serving a 32-year sentence, and Peter’s former neighbor, 20-year-old Ari Morales, is serving 27 years..

While Lopez’s speech went for the heart, Cardi B aimed for jokes. The rapper, in her well-known silly demeanor, “opened” the show — not with a performance, but with cute jokes. The new mom was onstage pretending to hold a baby, but she then revealed to the audience that it was actually a Moonman, which she won earlier in the night for song of the summer for her No. 1 hit, “I Like It,” with Bad Bunny and J Balvin. Cardi B, who gave birth last month, also won best new artist and said people told her she was “gambling your career” when she decided to become a mother.