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Ballerina On Pointe, 24k Gold Leaf, Ballet Shoes Painting, Framed Artwork, Art

ballerina on pointe, 24k gold leaf, ballet shoes painting, framed artwork, art

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Poetry at Orinda Books tonight. Orinda Books hosts a poetry event, “Remembering the Days that Breathed Pink,” 6:30- to 8 p.m., Friday, June 10, Orinda Books, 276 Village Square, in Orinda. “Remembering the Days that Breathed Pink,” recounts the days of innocence, desires, fears, motherhood, curiosities, and observations. Featured Readers are: Nicole Borello, M. Terry Bowman, Heather June Gibbons, Tina Gibson, Tereza Joy Kramer, Dr. Raina J. Leon, Alexandra Mattraw, and Della Watson. This anthology is a diverse collection of women’s voices that exposes both the inner balance and struggle of the female journey. For more information please call 925-254-7606 or visit info@orindabooks.com.

‘Cemetery Club’ at El Campanil Theatre, ANTIOCH — The Vagabond Players will perform a one-performance only show of “The Cemetery Club,” at 2 p.m, Nov, 30 at El Campanil Theatre, 602 W, Second St, This comedy centers on three longtime friends, who meet once each week to visit their dead husbands’ graves, Each of them have different views on ballerina on pointe, 24k gold leaf, ballet shoes painting, framed artwork, art their readiness to start dating, so when one of them snags a local butcher as a boyfriend, the silliness ensues, Tickets will be $15 for adults, $13 for seniors, and $10 for youth (18 and under), For more information, go to http://www.elcampaniltheatre.com/the-cemetery-club.html..

It seems like the easiest thing in the world, right? But that’s the problem. Spending money is too easy. What’s difficult is spending it well. Spending it wisely. Temptations to spend money foolishly lurk everywhere. There’s nothing specific in the school curriculum that teaches students how to make money, let alone how to spend it. It’s not even something most educators think about. So, after reading John Grisham’s book, “The Appeal,” and his description of how Mississippi River boat lowlifes used to blow their cash on gambling, booze and prostitutes, I wondered, How could anyone be so incredibly gross, so ridiculously stupid? What, as a kid, should they have been taught that might have prevented their lowlifeness?.

“I think of the Women’s March and the idea of all these people coming together, Each was carrying their own signs and their own history, That is so resonant, particularly to our dance communities, whether somebody is making political-based art or not.”, With free admission to all events, Dance Week is designed to coax curious people into trying or checking out a style ballerina on pointe, 24k gold leaf, ballet shoes painting, framed artwork, art or tradition they’ve always been curious about, from tango, bhangra and ballet, to salsa, Balkan folk dance and aerial arts, BADW also recognizes the contributions of leading choreographers and organizations like Oakland’s Mix’d Ingrdnts Dance Company, this year’s Dancers Choice Award winner..

That’s how the Gypsy Allstars became part of the 2013 lineup. The group, comprised of family members of the Gipsy Kings (the different spelling is intentional) plus former group drummer Cedric Leonardi will appear Friday evening at the Adobe Blackbird Tavern to perform a fusion of Indian and gypsy music. “Over on the Main Stage, we want to mix it up so there’s something different going on every night,” Rawson says. Kicking off the action Friday night is a dance party with, in order, Afrolicious, Cameo and Lyrics Born presents Continuum: A Tribute to James Brown featuring Jazz Mafia. On Saturday the focus switches to R&B and funk–acts include Mingo Fishtrap and the Rebirth Brass Band–while straight-ahead dominates on Sunday; the Yosvany Terry Quartet stars that day. For a complete lineup of this year’s festival, visit jazzfest.sanjose jazz.org/2013-lineup.

 
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