In a Facebook post after the pizza rescue, Quenneville-Brown said, “I was literally brought to tears by the generosity and willingness to help those of us that were stuck in Los Gatos.”. RIGHT PLACE, RIGHT TIME: Tricia Creason-Valencia, who’s teaching classes on video production and the history of documentary film at Santa Clara University, was happy to pitch in Thursday when colleague Michael Whalen asked her to be a last-minute sub for him in his Short Fiction Production class. Besides her inherent generosity, Creason-Valencia’s delight may have been helped by the identity of her co-teacher that day: award-winning actress and playwright Anna Deveare Smith.
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing these photos on a mobile device, Surrounded by more than 50 wineries in the gently rolling Sierra foothills, Plymouth is a hidden gem at the gateway to the region’s most famous valley. The small town’s main stretch is divided between historic, abandoned storefronts ballet tutu tags and revitalized treasures reminiscent of more-established wine country regions, Here’s how to make a visit to this historic mining town feel as easy as a stroll down Main Street..
Bates and wife Jamie, a molecular biologist, lived in Oakland for 12 years before moving a year ago to their Burlingame home, with its expansive deck and hot tub. Whipping up sandwiches in the kitchen, the composer jokes about being “Mr. Mom”: all the pick-ups and drop-offs of 4-year-old Taliaferro (a boy) and 1-year-old Ryland (a girl) are “making the DJ-ing a little hard. I get back at 1 or 2 (in the morning), but the kids are definitely going to be up slamming you at 6; you’ve got to be ready for that.”.
There’d be a mouse from ballet tutu tags Milan, ballet dancers, something for us youngsters out there, and, best of all, hip as a snapping finger, Johnny Something-or-Other in the middle of a run at Mr, Kelly’s in Chicago, He pops up, dead-center in the spotlight, all narrow lapels and thumb-wide tie, singing, direct from Broadway, filtered through a mob-approved arrangement, “She Loves Me.”, But I’m dumb, dumb as that rich valley dirt that grows tomatoes good enough to be displayed on a fine Manhattan salad bar, dumb enough to believe if something is billed as a Broadway tune, it had to sound exactly like in the show that featured it..
San Jose neighborhoods are not alone in celebrating Halloween. They’re part of the 158 million consumers who plan to spend an average of $75 on décor, costumes and candy for Halloween 2013, according to the National Retail Federation’s Halloween Spending Survey. Apparently politics and the economy have spooked some, as there’s been a drop from 2012 when 170 million consumers spent close to $80 each. Of course Oct. 31 is the primary focus, but there are plenty of activities leading up to the day when we all love to dress up, hand out or collect candy and have a good time.
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