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Seeds Day: Seed exchange and presentations, a cooking demo, dinner and a movie, “Open Sesame, The Story of Seeds,” all in honor of Food Day. Oct. 17, 1:30-9 p.m. Rancho Rinconada Park, 18000 Chelmsford Drive, Cupertino. Dinner $10, movie $5. bit.ly/slow foodseedexchange. Harvest Craft Faire: This annual event, sponsored by the Los Altos United Methodist Women, offers a huge selection of high-quality handcrafted items made by more than 55 artisans and the women of the church. All proceeds support charities and missions. Oct. 16, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Oct. 17, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 655 Magdalena Ave., Los Altos. 650-383-9322, Facebook.com/HarvestCraftFaire.
Hope Mohr, who spent several years as a member of Brown’s company before moving back to the Bay Area to ballet and feather earrings found the Hope Mohr Dance Project in 2007, is in the midst of the 2016 Bridge Project, which is built around a month-long residency by Diane Madden, co-artistic director of the Trisha Brown Dance Company, Since Sept, 10, Madden has been setting Brown’s signature “Locus Solo” on four dancers, and teaching it to 10 artists across a range of disciplines, including composer and unusual-instruments explorer Cheryl Leonard, performance artist Xandra Ibarra, poet Frances Richard and choreographer Gregory Dawson, They’re creating original works in response to “Locus Solo.” These new works will be presented at the YBCA Forum Oct, 14-15 in the program “Ten Artists Respond to Locus.”..
Landreth later added at the Dec. 13 news conference, “we are still working through the calls for service on both the fire side and the police side, as well as some public works calls for service about illegal dumping.”. An open government advocate said the city has simply taken too long to make records of critical interest public. “They are well past the deadlines; unfortunately this is not unusual. You often see agencies drag these things out for an inappropriate amount of time,” said David Snyder, executive director of the First Amendment Coalition. But, he added, “given the public interest in this event … they really should have produced by now.”.
“We come to work each day and roll the dice, taking a chance on whether our bills are going to be paid,” he said, “Business people like you all are the backbone of this country.”, Conlon showed the Chamber-produced video highlighting what makes Pacifica such a great place to live and visit, Her remarks were followed by Chris Porter Gabrielli, from Recology of the Coast, one of the Chairman Circle sponsors of the event, ballet and feather earrings Cheryl Yoes, as outgoing Chamber president, gave her remarks before Mayor Mary Ann Nihart, swore in the new president, Bill Meyerhoff, of Seaview Tire and Brake and the board of directors..
These are, admittedly, large conclusions to draw from one contest in one small New England state. But politicians and Wall Street would be foolish to ignore New Hampshire’s shock waves. Donald Trump’s success combined with Marco Rubio’s fade reflects the implosion of any sort of Republican establishment. For decades, party leaders ran a con game with their party’s working-class supporters. They gave verbal respect to social and religious conservatism and, throughout President Barack Obama’s time in office, channeled every sort of resentment. But they delivered little of concrete benefit to these voters.