Ms. Lauryn Hill and Nas – They are responsible for two of the greatest debut albums in pop music history. Of course, we’re talking about 1998’s “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” and Nas’ 1994 offering, “Illmatic,” both of which belong in every music collection. Hill and Nas perform Oct. 7 at Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View. Dave Chappelle, Hannibal Buress and Chronixx are also on the bill. Details: 7 p.m.; $31.50-$131.50, www.livenation.com. Lee Brice – The popular country music singer-songwriter, known for such smash hits as “Love Like Crazy,” “Hard to Love,” “A Woman Like You,” “I Drive Your Truck” and “I Don’t Dance,” performs Oct. 6 at the City National Civic in San Jose. Details: 8 p.m.; $35-$75, www.ticketmaster.com.
• • • • •, Harpeggio and Silicon Valley Harp Society, “20 Harps for the Holidays,” Los Altos United Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Avenue, Los Altos, Enjoy the angelic sounds of holiday harp solos and blue floral ballet flat shoes for women, slip on shoes, indian shoes, handmade designer shoes ensembles with featured guest artist Patrick Ball, 4 p.m, $12-$15, harpeggio.com or 408.366.8810, • • • • •, Sunnyvale Tree Lighting, Murphy Avenue in downtown Sunnyvale, Come for the tree lighting, stay for the holiday cheer and activities–and, of course, Old Saint Nick will be there, 4:30-8:30 p.m, Free..
Jing Zhang’s fairy godmother was a benevolent queen, utterly convincing as someone who could turn a ripe squash into a horse-drawn carriage. As the seasonal fairies, Lahna Vanderbush, Cynthia Sheppard, Amy Marie Briones and Cindy Huang danced with lovely sensitivity to the music, adding much-needed depth to the undifferentiated choreography. Ihosvany Rodriguez brought down the house with his jester, a role that highlights his springy jumps and apparently limitless capacity for turns (though he seemed unconvinced about his patchwork skullcap and mask, and rightly so). In the swoony ballroom, Walter Garcia stood out from the fuchsia-clad corps as he lifted his partner into graceful throw splits.
I don’t want to share the kids with them, I feel like they haven’t taken the time to get to know me, but they want to play with the babies, It’s just my in-laws, too, My parents bring us dinner every weekend, and it’s the high point of my week to see my dad holding my son or daughter, The look of love and adoration on his face makes me so happy, But watching my father-in-law dance with my daughter while my mother-in-law took pictures — I kept thinking, “She’s not a show!” I don’t want my issues to get in the way of the kids’ relationship with their grandparents, and I know my feelings about his parents make life hard for my husband, He blue floral ballet flat shoes for women, slip on shoes, indian shoes, handmade designer shoes understands where I’m coming from, I don’t expect them to change, and saying, “Hey, pay attention to me!” feels … immature, How do I change my thinking so I’m more on board the grandparent train?..
Tuesday: Nicolas Cage plays a wizard training the reluctant title character (Jay Baruchel) in “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.”. Naive airplane passenger Cameron Diaz hooks up with mysterious on-the-lam assassin Tom Cruise in “Knight and Day.”. Saturday: “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” debuts on DVD and Blu-ray. Tuesday: Black Eyed Peas follow up their last smash-hit “The E.N.D (Energy Never Dies)” with — naturally — “The Beginning”; R&B crooner Eric Benet is back with “Lost In Time”; rapper Flo Rida drops “Only One Flo (Part 1)”; young hit maker Soulja Boy issues “The DeAndre Way,” referencing his given name DeAndre Cortez Way; and Missy Elliott protégé Jazmine Sullivan drops “Love Me Back.”.
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