This year’s event is set for March 14, 7-11 p.m., and will offer tastes from Willow Glen restaurants including The Table, Hay Market, Vin Santo, Opa!, Dolcetto, Willow Street Pizza, Yuki Sushi, 20Twenty Cheese Bar, Mariette Chocolate Shop, and Nothing Bundt Cakes. Wines from Willow Glen’s own Coterie Cellars will be poured. After they nosh, attendees can dance off the calories consumed with live music from the Joe Sharino Band starting at 8 p.m. at the San Jose Elks Lodge, 444 Alma Ave.
Honorable Mention awards were won by pink canvas ballet flats for american girl dolls Aragon High students Claire Tatlow, Michaela Johnson-Carroll, Janell Leung, Yumena Kawasaki and Janet Liu; Hillsdale High students Jordan Smith, Alexandra Miranda, Chang Liu, Roberto Hernandez and Kathryn Lee; and San Mateo High students J.G, Watkins-Smith, Aili Woods, Nalshi Monica Almendral and Cameron Knox Jackson Davis, Visual artwork by many of the students is on view through the end of June at Peninsula Ballet Theatre, 1880 S, Grant St., San Mateo, The center is open from 1 to 7 p.m, Mondays through Fridays and 9 a.m, to 1 p.m, Saturdays, Call City Arts at 650-522-7522, ext, 2787, or go to www.cityartsofsanmateo.org..
Michael Caine in “The Muppet Christmas Carol” (1992). Sure, it’s not easy being green, but try being Caine in this film. Not only do you have to fight for screen time with Kermit and Fozzie Bear, you have to play it straight. A tough challenge, indeed, but Caine pulls it off wonderfully, and with feeling. Susan Lucci in “Miracle at Christmas: Ebbie’s Story” (1995). No, Lucci didn’t win an Emmy for this gender-reversed TV movie. She played a businesswoman named Elizabeth “Ebbie” Scrooge who couldn’t care less about her employees at the store she owns. Among the ghostly visions she revisits: The Christmas when she deserted her sister Francine, who died after nearly miscarrying her niece due to toxemia.
It may seem uncomfortably close to science fiction, but robots are moving ever nearer to having humanlike abilities to smell, feel and see their surroundings, allowing them to operate more independently and perform some of the dangerous, dirty and dull jobs people don’t want to do, They can “smell” gas leaks, conduct underwater surveillance and even sort boxes by shape and color and toss them into the appropriate warehouse bin, Advances in sensor pink canvas ballet flats for american girl dolls technology and software allow these machines to make split-second decisions without human masters overseeing them about how to follow a scent trail or where to go to next..
Peninsula Museum of Art. “29 Hands — 15 Artists.” Mark Kitaoka’s photographic studies of the hands of fine and performing artists. Through July 30. “Architecture In Color — Paintings by Tom Schultz” and “Emergence — Assemblage by Gerry Anne Lenhart,” June 29 through Sept. 7; reception 1-4 p.m. June 29. Peninsula Museum of Art, 1777 California Drive, Burlingame. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesdays through Sundays. Free admission. 650-692-2101 or www.peninsulamuseum.org.
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