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You can get a list of all the events going on downtown and beyond or sign up to participate in your own way at www.makemusicday.org/sanjose. FUNNY POLITICS AS USUAL: San Jose Stage is getting ready for “Monday Night Live!,” its annual political satire fundraiser on June 26, and it’s signed up San Jose Vice Mayor Magdalena Carrasco as the show’s guest host. I’ve sat in on some of the show’s planning meetings, so I can tell you that a few of Carrasco’s fellow councilmembers — including rookies Dev Davis, Lan Diep and Sergio Jimenez — are slated to take part as well. With San Jose development all over the headlines, it’s not a big shock that “Monday Night Live” chairs Jerry Strangis and Dennis Martin have lined up a trio of developers — Michael Van Every of Republic, Chris Neale of Core Companies and Mark Tersini of KT Urban —  for a skit.

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Although the area is gentrified, it retains its earthy essence. Drew Barrymore made Sweaty Bettys famous when she blew off her after-party at the Toronto film fest and instead decided to dance on the tables at this tiny dive bar. The hotels also support the arts. The Drake has a full time art curator who changes installations regularly. If you visit, be sure and have a cocktail on the rooftop bar. It’s an open-air restaurant with comfy striped couches illuminated by twinkly lights on overhead wires, competing with the stars.

“In the ’70s, popular music grew bouncier once again — but that was its last peak, Music has been getting less bouncy (i.e, smoother) ever since,” explains the blog post, “Maybe we just like our music with less bounciness, as the years have passed, similarly to the way a bouncing ball bounces less over time, Or, maybe we’ve been making our glove shoes,earthing shoes,barefoot shoes, leather slippers,leather travel shoes, tabi socks ,ballet flats,loafers, music more complex, adding more and more bits (and then compressing our music to make it louder), so that there’s just less space in between the notes.”..

But it isn’t just arts, housing and nonprofit groups interested in breathing new life into the city-owned properties at 949 and 952 Moraga Road. The city of Lafayette has submitted four of the 11 proposals received so far, including moving city offices to the old library site and relocating the police office across the street from there; now, the city leases space for both at a cost of $280,000 annually at an office park near downtown. A task force of 16 residents will meet through May to review the ideas, plus any additional proposals, and recommend to the City Council “the highest, best and most fiscally responsible uses” for the properties. The selected projects would then go through extensive design, planning and circulation analysis, among other reviews.