“East Meets West: l’Étude de Nature.” Painting, drawing and calligraphy by Angela Lai. Through Sept. 17. Foster City Art Gallery, 650 Shell Blvd., Foster City. Watercolors by Andy Muonio. Community School of Music and Arts, Mohr Gallery, Finn Center, 230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View. Through Sept. 20. Free. 650-917-6800, ext. 306, or www.arts4all.org. Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University. Mami Wata: Arts for Water Spirits in Africa and Its Diasporas; through Jan. 2, 2011. William Trost Richards — True to Nature: Drawings, Watercolors, and Oil Sketches; through Sept. 26. 650-723-4177 or http://museum.stanford.edu.
So many restaurants, so little time! January is California Restaurant Month and cities from Benicia to Gilroy are rolling out the red carpet with prix-fixe menus and special deals to encourage locals to dine out during what’s normally a pretty sleepy, post-holiday spell, This ballet dance bow - 4 inch single girls hair bow with pink & black ballet shoes on pink ribbon and two resin ballet shoes in the is the perfect weekend to take them up on their offer, Here’s just a sampling of tasty possibilities, In the chaos immediately following the Sept, 11, 2001 terror attacks, 7,000 airline passengers were forced to take temporary refuge in tiny Gander, Newfoundland, whose residents welcomed the visitors with open arms, Their extraordinary generosity inspired the hit Broadway musical “Come From Away,” which is now playing at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Theatre, Here’s what you need to know before heading out to see this heartwarming show, And here’s what our reviewer said about it..
KCI Summer Camp: Silicon Valley middle and high school students age 11-16 can explore the latest technologies in virtual reality, 3D printing, video production and more in KCI’s new makerspace, led by instructors with professional engineering and teaching expertise. July 3-Aug. 3, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Krause Center for Innovation, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. $699 per session; $50 early bird discount before May 1. bit.ly/kcisummercamp. The Man Who Came to Dinner: The Palo Alto Players stage the classic Kaufman and Hart comedy. Through July 1. Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. $25-$52. paplayers.org.
Standring has always infused his jazz sound with healthy helpings of funk and soul, On his latest album, “Don’t Talk, Dance!,” he pays even greater attention to the groove, Backed by some of L.A.’s finest musicians, and featuring a guest appearance from vocalist Lauren Christy, the record is captivating from start to finish, He not only played on the album, but also composed, arranged and produced it, He has another new ballet dance bow - 4 inch single girls hair bow with pink & black ballet shoes on pink ribbon and two resin ballet shoes in the album due next spring, Each record takes Standring into new musical territory..
A friend started a “blue ribbon” fund for Janelle in Pacifica. “Blue” was the six year old’s favorite color. Along with blue-ribboned donation containers, the fence at Oddstad was decorated in ribbons. When Janelle came home on July 24, she helped take the ribbons down. She had relearned how to walk and talk and move her arms. She was able to enter second grade with her classmates. Her mom signed Janelle up for ballet, hip hop and tap, all of which Janelle loved. She had taken dance before the accident. (Dance is considered excellent therapy for brain trauma.) She had short-term memory issues and worked with a tutor. She worked with a tutor all the way through college.
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