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Mata said Miss Mimi is like a second family. “She’s always been in my life and someone I’ve looked up to,” Mata said. “When my mom passed away, she was one of the first people at my house.”. Mata and her daughters were emotional when the instructor announced her retirement but knows “she deserves this. She’s done everything for (everybody) for so long. It’s her time now.”. She said she struggles to put into words what Costa-White means to her and her family. “My emotions can’t speak the words, but I know we’ll keep in touch.”.

Foothill Music Theatre, “Little Shop of Horrors.” Feb, 20-March 9, Directed by Milissa Carey, musical direction by Dolores Duran-Cefalu, choreography by Amanda Folena, Lohman Theatre, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills, $10-$28, or 650-949- 7360, Department of Music and Vocal Arts at Notre Dame de Namur University, “Little Women.” 7:30 p.m, infant size 4 ballet slippers Feb, 21, 22, 28, March 1; 7 p.m, Feb, 23; 3 p.m, March 2, Notre Dame de Namur University Theatre, 1500 Ralston Ave., Belmont, $15-$25,

Antioch Mayor Wade Harper sees the celebration’s theme as one way to bring King’s message to Antioch. “I think Dr. King’s message was unity and equality among all people, so what does that mean to us in Antioch and how do we promote it?” he said. “How do we come together and celebrate one another?”. During the event Antioch’s youth will share the spotlight with Dr. King, serving as emcees. Also on stage will be Deer Valley High School’s choir, Divine Voices, as well as the Music Masters, Antioch High School’s choir, and performances from its dance class.

Details: 7 p.m, Oct, 13; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $15-$74; 510-841-2800,, 3 Rudresh Mahanthappa: The Indian-American alto saxophonist has won acclaim for devoting his considerable chops toward a mix of standard jazz and traditional Southern Indian Carnatic music, On his latest album “Bird Calls” Mahanthappa brings this approach to the tunes of the legendary Charlie Parker, Mahanthappa and his quintet will showcase the album with a pair of Bay infant size 4 ballet slippers Area appearances, Details: 7 p.m, Oct, 16 at Cafe Stritch, San Jose (part of the San Jose Jazz Fall Concert Series); $20-$25;; 7 p.m, Oct, 17 at Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz; $25-$30;

Spellbinding newcomer James Gowan follows in “Sextet ‘Trio Movement A’,” liquidly flying through space then solidifying upon landing with Meyer’s deep lively (recorded) bass work driving time forward. Michael Montgomery, who takes the stage with boyish virtuosity, eventually joins in, as do Babatunji, who exudes wise, shape-shifting stoicism, and Jeffrey Van Sciver, who seems at once dramatic and introverted as he tears up space. The lovely Yujin Kim and Courtney Henry joined the fevered action.