Spring Dog Festival: Fun for dogs and their people. Games, demonstrations, food, adoption showcase and “paw-some” shopping. Benefits dogs in need. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. May 18. Soquel High School, 401 Old San Jose Road, Soquel. $10 per dog. $5 per person. 888-682-6972, www.coastaldogs.com. Woof to Woof Dog Extravaganza: This family friendly event offers a day of dog focused fun including parades, contests, dog vendors and dog demonstrations by local canine pros. There will also be a silent auction and a raffle. Dogs must be on leash. Free. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. June 7. Skylark Soccer Field, 361 Kings Village Road, Scotts Valley. Free. 831-458-9766, www.santacruz.org/events/index.php?evtid=6769.
Sing with Mission Valley Chorus: Are you a woman who loves to sing? The Mission Valley Chorus invites you sing with the choir any Tuesday, 7:15-10 p.m., at Nordahl Hall, 580 W, Parr Ave., Los Gatos, For ballet shoes embellishments at the ballet dress it up buttons jesse james buttons scrapbook flat back set of 6 craft hair card s more information, visit missionvalley.org, Introduction to Zazen: A workshop to introduce the practice of zazen, or sitting meditation, which is offered at the Upper House of Hakone Gardens on Sunday mornings, Sept, 30, 7-8 p.m, Saratoga Library Community Room, 13650 Saratoga Ave., Saratoga, Free, Register at hakone-zendo.org..
What could Trump be talking about? The Eiffel Tower hasn’t changed. Nor have the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre or the lovely Place des Vosges. But a visitor does share the boulevards with more dark-skinned people, mostly the sons and daughters of immigrants from former French colonies. Trump never spells this out, but I’ve only heard him use the line in discussions about immigration. There’s a history to consider. In 1989, Trump took out a full-page ad in four major New York newspapers to demand the return of the death penalty after five young black and Hispanic men were accused of raping and brutalizing a Central Park jogger. The men were convicted and sent to prison — but later exonerated by DNA evidence and released. Trump wrote an op-ed arguing the city should not compensate the men for their years of unjust imprisonment because, even if they did not commit the rape, they “do not exactly have the pasts of angels.”.
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The district had to suspend its first attempt at a benefit assessment last summer after discovering that erroneous property data resulted in printing 10,000 of the ballots with proposed charges that were either too high or too low. — Rowena Coetsee, Staff. Roaring ’20s event raises money for the arts. The city of Pittsburg will soon celebrate the Prohibition Era — and what better way to do it than with gambling, dancing, and a no-host bar. The Church of the Good Shepherd Parish Hall will go back in time on Marh 7 to the 1920s, and the public is invited to join. Tickets are $50, which will get you $1,000 in gambling chips, a seat at the dinner table, and the ability to eat, drink, play casino games, and dance the night away at your leisure.
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