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In his senior year of high school, when the U.S. joined WWII, John quit school to enlist at The Peninsula Defense Training Center in Mountain View where he learned to work sheet metal. Right out of this course, he was hired in 1942 to work at the Naval Air Station Moffett Federal Airfield. In 1943, he was drafted for war service and was originally trained for radio communications, but then worked as a ball turret gunner. He never went overseas, but traveled around the U.S., with stints in Florida and South Dakota. After the war, John worked for the Food Machinery Corporation, but when he was laid off, he returned to Moffett Field and worked in the machine shop for 27 years. much like his dad. He played racquetball with friends, bringing coffee in thermoses and cookies during a break in the game. John, his first wife and their son lived in Mountain View and San José, always close enough to look after his parents in Sunnyvale.

The Children’s Discovery Museum is hosting “El Dia de los Tres Reyes Magos,” a Three Kings celebration, Jan, 12-13, The museum will honor the traditions celebrated throughout Spanish-speaking countries with live music and dancing, Mexican arts and crafts, tortilla making and a festive photo opportunity for kids and families, For more information, visit https://www.cdm.org/celebrate, CAMBRIAN: If you’re still looking for buy 3 get 1 free! forget the glass slippers.. this princess wears pointe shoes applique embroidery design, ballet, pointe, 5x7 4 a new year’s resolution, why not find your groove? Campbell Adult and Community Education will host dance classes for beginners starting next week, Participants can learn any number of moves, from ballroom to line dancing, To register, call 408-626-3402..

The threat of losing the dance major prompted the dance and theater studies department to reflect on its programs and think of ways to reinvent itself. Its redesigned dance program would likely include “interdisciplinary performance art” with such majors as English, ethnic studies and computer science, said Sheldon Smith, who heads the department. “There’s nothing like crisis,” Smith said, “to light a fire under people and deeply embrace what it is to change.”.

If there’s one thing we know about Rodgers and Hammerstein it’s that they wrote ridiculously catchy songs, “Oklahoma!” is full of one delightfully upbeat ditty after another, including “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’,” “The Surrey with the Fringe on Top,” “Kansas City,” “I Cain’t Say No,” “People Will Say We’re in Love” and the toe-tapping title song, delivered with buy 3 get 1 free! forget the glass slippers.. this princess wears pointe shoes applique embroidery design, ballet, pointe, 5x7 4 big ol’ smiles, The story is pretty upbeat as well, full of cute courting and gents’ shenanigans to try to win the women they love (or avoid getting stuck with the ones they don’t want), But it’s also downright disturbing at times, mostly when it comes to the sinister hired hand Jud (a glowering Wayne Roadie) whose obsession with the young woman who employs him keeps both her and us in near constant fear that he’s going to do something horrible to her..

“I found beautiful piano music by Franz Liszt, his ‘Consolations’ — I didn’t want to use Chopin because that would be too obvious. Then I paired it with music by Max Richter that has a spooky feeling, and a female voice speaking poetry in the middle, which makes sense in the context of George Sand’s life. “But Dani had a baby,” Genshaft adds, “and I needed to find another dancer. Now I am reworking the piece with Amber, and also thinking of renaming the piece from ‘Portrait’ to either ‘George’ or ‘Shadow Journal,’ which is the name of the Richter music and works well because Sand was a writer and the lighting casts shadows across the floor.”.