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OEBS’ much-admired and adventurous conductor Michael Morgan has commentary: “We’ve always been rooted in our community and pay careful attention to what is uniquely Oakland. To this end, we have embarked on a series of community events that bring the Symphony — and music — out of the concert hall and into the city in new, engaging and entertaining ways. Our goal is for our music to inhabit Oakland and the East Bay as never before, with members of the orchestra and friends playing, talking and interacting with the rest of our great City.”.

That could in part be due to the fact that Ivanka has become embroiled in controversies of her own, including about whether she’ll be questioned by special counsel Robert Mueller and a CNN report that the FBI was ballet patent art - ballet shoe - ballet slipper - ballet art - ballet posters dance poster - dance art - dance wall art - canva investigating her business dealings while working for her father’s company, Through at least the first half of 2017, while Melania Trump remained in New York so Barron could finish his school year, Ivanka Trump was known around the White House as the “real wife,” controversial author Michael Wolff wrote..

“In 1775 Juan Bautista de Anza organized and embarked on the 1,600-mile expedition that brought the first European settlers to California,” writes the El Cerrito Historical Society. “It was a monumental feat given the obstacles that he faced.”. The banners are the result of a collaboration by the historical society and the National Park Service, which oversees the 1,200-mile Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, to commemorate the expedition “and the fact that Anza passed through the area that is now modern-day El Cerrito on April 1, 1776.”.

When the gang gathers at Lance’s palatial pad for a days-long Christmas party, some long-standing tensions re-emerge, culminating in at least one epic cat fight, a stunning, tragic turn and a delicious dance number from the guys set to vintage New Edition, Like a long-lost soap opera emerging from a Rip Van Winkle-length hiatus, “The Best Man Holiday” has lost none of its often baggy, saggy melodrama; luckily, when things get too soppy, Howard can be depended on for crude one-liners that land with all ballet patent art - ballet shoe - ballet slipper - ballet art - ballet posters dance poster - dance art - dance wall art - canva the more finesse thanks to his smoky, slightly stoned delivery..

The Chamber, by the way, is incorporating the annual Fall Wine Walk into a larger event, featuring beer, food, live music and, of course, wine and shopping. The new event will be held from 1-7 p.m. Sept. 23 and is called “Eat Drink Los Gatos.”. “People can sip, stroll, eat and dance their way way down North Santa Cruz Avenue because we’ll be closing a portion of the street during the event,” Chamber executive director Catherine Somers said. North Santa Cruz will be closed between Main and Royce streets.