700 S Abel St 210 $240,000 7-31-2013 1108 SF 2 BR. 1276 Belbrook Way $780,000 8-1-2013 1743 SF 4 BR. 25 Butler St $246,500 7-29-2013 1116 SF 3 BR. 2360 Churchill Dr $1,100,000 7-26-2013 2690 SF 4 BR. 587 Corinthia Dr $625,000 7-30-2013 1120 SF 3 BR. 458 Curtner Dr $691,000 7-26-2013 1612 SF 4 BR. 1315 Daniel Ct $461,000 7-31-2013 1223 SF 2 BR. 101 Ede Ln $481,000 7-31-2013 1265 SF 2 BR. 387 Fir Tree Ct $350,000 7-30-2013 1166 SF 3 BR. 387 Fir Tree Ct $365,000 7-31-2013 1166 SF 3 BR. 574 Heath St $515,000 7-31-2013 1370 SF 4 BR.
Like other accelerators, the Women’s Startup Lab is a springboard for aspiring entrepreneurs to turn ideas into full-blown businesses, and founders to grow fledging companies, But the lab is also atypical: It doesn’t offer money or the chance to mingle with celebrities, and its focus is less on hitting revenue growth targets than instilling confidence and leadership skills, The women meet with life coaches and business advisers — some of whom are men — and gather for weekly problem-solving sessions, Many juggle their startup with picking up children from school and making sure the grocery shopping is done, Women must apply and pay $4,500, plus the ballet art, ballerina art, original canvas art, girls room, dance art, dance studio art, girls blue rooms, dance gifts, dancer a lab takes a 2 percent stake in the company..
On a double bill with George Balanchine’s “Who Cares?” (1970), the French choreographer’s most famous work brings Ballet San Jose’s 25th anniversary season to an entertaining and satisfying close. The program continues at San Jose Center for the Performing Arts through Sunday. The sexually explicit “Carmen” made Petit’s wife, Zizi Jeanmaire, a star. Even by today’s considerably looser standards, the lengthy Pas de Deux between Carmen (Alexandra Meijer) and her latest victim, the unfortunate Don José (Jeremy Kovitch), remains a shocker. The eroticism and frankness of that steamy encounter have lost little of their impact. Though excellently performed, I found it difficult to watch this scene, which turns the viewer into a voyeur.
Acoustic Open Mike: The South Bay Folks Acoustic Open Mike is open to all acoustic musicians, singers ballet art, ballerina art, original canvas art, girls room, dance art, dance studio art, girls blue rooms, dance gifts, dancer a and songwriters, Everyone gets an equal chance to play and the evening runs at a brisk pace, Thursdays, 7 p.m, Santa Clara County Parks & Recreation, 298 Garden Hill Drive, Los Gatos, southbayfolks.org/calendars/giglist.html, Author Appearances: Manresa’s chef/proprietor David Kinch will sign his new cookbook, “An Edible Reflection.” Nov, 29, 2-4 p.m, Pascal Lee, co-founder and chairman of the Mars Institute, a planetary scientist at the SETI Institute and the principal investigator of the Haughton-Mars Project at NASA Ames Research Center, has written a children’s book titled “Mission: Mars.” Nov, 30, 2 p.m, Village House of Books, 326 Village Lane, Los Gatos, 408-354-6600, villagehouseofbooks.com..
Senior Stroll: Older people who want to enjoy the outdoors, meet new friends and get some light exercise are invited to a free Senior Stroll at 8 a.m. Aug. 1 at Redwood Regional Park in Oakland. The event includes stretching and hiking safety tips. The event is open to residents age 50 or older. Meet at the Canyon Meadows staging area at the Redwood Gate entrance, on Redwood Road. Call 510-544-2553 for information. Carolyn Jones is writing the Park It column while Ned MacKay is on hiatus. Email Ned about East Bay Regional Park District sites and activities at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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