Chavez responded to the “illegal rave” call around 1:30 a.m. on March 1, 2015, after a 22-year-old woman flagged him down and reported alcohol and drugs were being sold inside, including marijuana and Ecstasy, and that there was a $25 cover charge to get in, according to his police report. Chavez wrote that he observed people loitering outside, but when he drove up “all the subjects ran inside and closed the door behind them.” As loud music thumped from inside, he banged on the door and that’s where he switches on his body camera.
“Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse,” the Cirque du Soleil-style equestrian ballet coming to San Jose next month, made its presence known with the giant tent, which took about 50 people to raise, It’ll be a while before the horses get here, though, The show’s current run in Mexico City was extended, and that’s pushed the San Jose premiere to July 18, ballet dancewear buy Get details and tickets at www.cavalia.net, Contact Sal Pizarro at firstname.lastname@example.org or 408-627-0940..
“I don’t have my brain completely wrapped around what they are doing, but I think they’re doing a whole lot of good,” he said. The collectives’ monthly rent comes out to nearly $15,000, which Keenan said is below market. More importantly, Keenan said, Givens gave the collectives an exclusive three-year window to buy the building for $1.95 million, which is also below market and makes it easier for them to raise money for needed infrastructure improvements. Keenan said the collectives got no-interest loans from supporters to pay for move-in costs and set up a cash reserve. So far they have been able to pool together membership fees and donations to pay rent. They are in the midst of an $80,000 fundraising drive to pay for needed work on the building such as making it wheelchair accessible. If they can buy the building, Keenan added, the collectives would team up with a land trust to keep it public in perpetuity.
Berkeley Ballet Theater: Presents its long-running family production of “The Nutcracker;” Dec, 14-16; Holy Names University’s Regents’ Theatre, Oakland; $35; berkeleyballet.org, Menlowe Ballet : Choreographer Michael Lowe’s “It’s a Wonderful Nutcracker” is inspired by Frank Capra’s beloved 1946 film; Dec, 14-16; Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center, Atherton; $29-$62; 800-595-4849, www.menloweballet.org, Berkeley Ballet Theater: Presents a delightful student-centric “Nutcracker” production with some professionals; 1 and 5 p.m, ballet dancewear buy Dec, 15-16; Ohlone College’s Smith Center, Fremont; $22-$30; 510-659-6031; berkeleycityballet.org/news/events..
Black Label Society, “Unblackened” (eOne): Zakk Wylde and company are softer but no less potent on this mostly live collection of previously electrified material. Cher, “Closer to the Truth” (Warner Bros.): The ageless pop diva returns with her first new album in 12 years, collaborating with P!nk, Timbaland, Paul Oakenfold and the Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears. Chvrches, “Bones of What You Believe” (Glassnote): The debut album from the buzzed-about Australian synth-pop trio.
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