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Faith In Action has operated since 1990 but took on its current form in 2012. Since then, the program has sheltered more than 200 men and moved more than 100 into permanent housing, Edwards said. Next year, it will celebrate its fifth year. “We are changing lives one guy at a time and when we look back that way, we realize that we are making a difference,” Edwards said. “We’re not putting them into another program; we’re actually housing them.”. The Winter Faith Collaborative is one of the newer organizations that tackles homelessness. Co-founded by Phil Mastrocola, the collective includes 60 congregations that serve and shelter the homeless typically from December to April. Of that number, about 20 operate as shelters in the cities of San Jose, Cupertino, Campbell and Milpitas.
Target Summer Pops: Symphony Silicon Valley presents ballet charms free summer concerts, “Beethoven on the Lawn,” July 25, 7 p.m, “Broadway’s Legendary Ladies,” July 26, 5:30 p.m.; free ice cream social provided by Treat Ice Cream of San Jose, Tower lawn, San Jose State University, San Fernando and Fourth streets, downtown San Jose, symphonysiliconvalley.org, Music in the Glen: The 13th annual concert series, presented and organized by the Kiwanis Club of Willow Glen, continues with The Glow, July 23, 6:30-8:30 p.m, Willow Glen Elementary School quad, Lincoln and Minnesota avenues..
The Golden Age of Broadway: San Jose Musical Theater presents a benefit concert featuring local talent singing Broadway classics. July 7, 1 p.m. Evergreen Valley College Theater, 3095 Yerba Buena Road. $20-$35. www.sjmt.org. In the Heights: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s pre-“Hamilton” musical tells the story of a vibrant community in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood. July 12-Aug. 19. $12-41. City Lights Theater, 529 S. Second St., San Jose. cltc.org, 408-295-4200. Buddy’s San Jose Music in the Park: Reggae greats Toots and the Maytals perform. July 12, 5:30 p.m. Plaza de Cesar Chavez, Market Street. $15 at musicintheparksj.com. $20 at the gate.
“I heard in late November that Music & Arts wasn’t going to do Music in the Park anymore and no one was stepping forward,” Simner said, “I’d seen Scott Canali emceeing the Los Gatos Park Dance, so I approached him in mid-January about forming a committee, and he enthusiastically said yes.”, Canali, in turn, contacted Paul Kent, who also agreed to join ballet charms the team, Those three are the backbone of the 2016 Music in the Park series: Simner, the Saratoga native who is a patron of the local arts scene and attends many social and cultural events in Los Gatos; Canali, the marketing guru who has lived in town since 2005 and spent 15 years on the board of San Jose’s Children’s Musical Theater; and Kent, the longtime town cat who is the leader of the popular Houserockers band..
She’s got her eye on another star, one from Australia, as her role model, and sounds very much the young woman as she explains why. “I’ve always loved Cate Blanchett,” Lowe said. “Everything she does, she just glows. She’s done stage and I’ve never done anything like that. I’d love to learn how to do stage. Maybe she can teach me one day; that would be cool.”. “I just read she’s directing her first film. … I want to be in it!” she declared.