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“Andi Mack” (8 p.m., Disney Channel): In the Season 2 finale — “The Cake that Takes the Cake” — debuts Andi and Bex plan a special dinner for Bowie, but unexpected company crashes the party. “Sacred Sites” (8 p.m., Smithsonian Channel): From the supposed tomb of King Arthur to ancient Egyptian temples once controlled by female priests, the world’s religious sites are home to alluring secrets and mysteries. In Season 2, the docu-series explores even more enigmatic religious sites found around the world. Featuring advanced scientific discoveries and archaeological research, new episodes will bring viewers to sanctified and historical locations stretching from Europe to North Africa, through the Mayan civilization in the Americas, across the path of the Camino de Santiago and more.

The Chicano theater company, which will ballet shoes you've got mail celebrate its 30th anniversary next year, had more than its share of struggles recently, Elisa Marina Alvarado, the company’s co-founder and artistic director, suffered from a stroke in the summer of 2012 and has since made an amazing recovery, Like many performing arts groups, Teatro struggled financially and underwent a management streamlining while Alvarado was recovering that included the departure of Executive Director Jess Moreles, But the company has regained its footing to present “Macario,” a decade-long dream of Alvarado’s that was delayed in part because of her recovery, The show, which opened Thursday and runs through Oct, 20 at the Mexican Heritage Plaza, incorporates music and dance to tell a tale often compared to Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” but set in late 18th century Mexico..

When the Rrazz Room closed, Igoe quickly made the jump to Yoshi’s-San Francisco, where the band’s weekly residency became one of the ill-fated club’s most consistent draws. The Groove Conspiracy stayed at the venue during its shockingly brief incarnation as The Addition, and,when that closed, made the leap across the bay, launching a new weekly residency at Yoshi’s in Oakland that starts next month. “It’s very important to know what you’re good at, and I realized it by accident in New York. In the jazz community I’m able to set up camp and generate a phenomenal product that people want to see again and again,” says Igoe, who brings the Groove Conspiracy to Kuumbwa on Thursday. The band plays Yoshi’s on May 6, then starts a regular Thursday night run on May 28.

Tea for Two: An exhibit showcasing items that the women of the 20th century would use for tea, Through Nov, 9, Lace Museum, 552 S, Murphy Ave., Sunnyvale, Free, 408-730-4695, thelacemuseum.org, Kim Boatman: The writer of “Home Plates,” the long-running recipe-sharing column in the San Jose Mercury News, will discuss her experiences writing a food column, her loyal readers and popular recipes, Aug, 19, 7-8 p.m, Sunnyvale Public Library, 665 W, Olive Ave, 408- 730-7300, Pickle It! Workshop: Learn the process of pickling your summer vegetables, Presented by Jessica Vaughan of indie-farms.com, Aug, 20, 7-8 p.m, ballet shoes you've got mail Sunnyvale Public Library, 665 W, Olive Ave, 408- 730-7300..

For more information, go to http://bit.ly/1zvjRZA. ‘Photography and Watercolor’ artists talk. The Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery presents “Painting with Light Photography and Watercolor” exhibit, running through July 9. Featured photographers are Maude Pervere, Stephen Elbert, Suzanne Engelberg and Tanya Knoop, and watercolorist Julie Cohn. The Bay Area artists explore their environment and architecture through the interplay of light and color. The exhibit will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, or by appointment, at the gallery, 3620 Mt. Diablo Blvd., in Lafayette.