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1/12 Victorian Box With Ballet Shoes, Dollshouse Miniature Hand Made By Bea Antiche French Style

1/12 victorian box with ballet shoes, dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style

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1/12 victorian box with ballet shoes, dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style

1/12 victorian box with ballet shoes, dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style

Uproar Brewery, which opened on South First Street this past week, will be providing the food for the pre-show reception at 5 p.m. The main show should get started around 7ish. Tickets are $75-$100 and can be purchased by calling 408-283-7142 or going to www.thestage.org/tickets. JUST FOR LAUGHS: There should be laughter bouncing off the walls at the Black Cat Licorice Theater this weekend thanks to the San Jose Improv Festival. Guest teachers from around the country led workshops during the day, with improv shows at night. The fest wraps up with an 8 p.m. Sunday show at the theater  at 260 McEvoy St., off of West San Carlos St. Check it out at www.americanimprovtheatre.com.

Where they are now: There have been a few film adaptations over the years, most recently in 2002 with the awesome made-for-TV movie “The Brady Bunch in the White House.” Clearly, it’s time for another Brady blockbuster, Career highlights: In 1978, the band released its first album, “Briefcase Full of Blues” featuring the Top 20 single “Soul Man.” Two years later, “The Blues Brothers” movie sent Jake 1/12 victorian box with ballet shoes, dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style and Elwood on a “mission from God” en route to box-office glory..

Hosted by the Circle K Club (Kiwanis International auxiliary), the event will raise money for “mothers worldwide who are unable to receive their tetanus shots” and risk losing their babies. According to the news release, “every nine minutes a baby dies of Maternal Neonatal Tetanus. It only costs $1.80 and a series of three shots to save their lives. Project Eliminate of Kiwanis International and UNICEF have been working to help raise funds and awareness for this disease. The Los Medanos College Circle K group, along with the Antioch, Brentwood and Pittsburg Kiwanis Clubs and the AMAPA-4-Kids, has organized the entertaining event.

To that end, choreographers Zak Diouf (Laney College) and Danny Nguyen (College of Alameda) have re-created the Arabian Chocolate dance into the Senegalese Cinq Centimes (cookies), which will be 1/12 victorian box with ballet shoes, dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style performed by Diouf’s professional dance company, and the Chinese Tea dance became Vietnamese Honey Comb Cake and Cambodian Sesame Cookies dances using traditional West African, Vietnamese and Cambodian dance themes, Laney College’s Colette Eloi also restaged the original “Nutcracker’s” snow scene into a traditional Haitian dance..

Details: 8 p.m.; $20; reserve a seat at the venue’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/events/1131477576893746; more information at http://backroommusic.com. 4 JAYME STONE: The Canadian banjo player, composer and producer has won acclaim recording his interpretations of indigenous music from around the world. He’s in the Bay Area with his band this weekend to present “The Lomax Project,” featuring performances of songs recorded by folklorist and musicologist Alan Lomax. Expect to hear Bahamian sea shanties, gospel, ancient Appalachian ballads and more at his shows.

 
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