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Tickets are $12 for everyone and can be reserved by calling 925-757-9500 or online at ww.elcampaniltheatre.com. The ‘Nutcracker’ continues in Antioch. ANTIOCH — The Pied Piper Players present the “The Nutcracker” at the Virginia J. Calisesi Studio Theatre, 512 W. Second St., Antioch. The performance is a musical based on E.T.A. Hoffmann’s “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” with music from Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker Suite.” Frank Ballesteros directs.
Each local Friends bookstore offers a different ambience, Lafayette’s new store, which opened in dance ballet charm earrings, ballerina shoe jewelry, for dancers, dance recitals, dance teams & dance 2009, is the one that most resembles a traditional used bookstore, With a storefront that opens directly onto the street, it features the largest selection of books for sale, Sci-Fi? Mythology and Occult? Grieving? Needlecraft and Decorating? Hollywood? Erotica? The Lafayette store holds seemingly endless bookcases of fascinating books that would be hard to find anywhere else, The store’s selection is so vast that customers can pick up a printed map and section guide at the front desk..
One letter particularly stuck out: in impeccable cursive, an eight-year-old Jo wrote to Kim asking for advice about “good friends” as she navigated her growth from a girl to a lady. “I am growing to be a young lady, and I hope you have an excellent Thanksgiving,” wrote Jo in 1995 from Sioux City, Iowa. “Oh, I almost forgot, how do you make friends anyway? I mean good friends?”. Twenty-one years later, Jo built an extensive network of artist friends in the Bay Area. She was at the Ghost Ship warehouse to give $5 haircuts to friends, according to Kim, who lives in Washington D.C. and represents Jo’s family to the media. Jo’s parents live in South Korea, and her siblings in Southern California have not spoken publicly.
But the Pops draw on the huge supply of freelance musicians in the Bay Area, putting on popular, fun shows, playing nothing but audience requests, and peppering the performances with plenty of goofy jokes sent in by fans and delivered by Venaas, who makes a tall and handsome maestro with a definitely goofy bent, “We play what dance ballet charm earrings, ballerina shoe jewelry, for dancers, dance recitals, dance teams & dance people want to hear, not what we think is good for them,” Venaas says, “Diametrically opposite a classical orchestra.”, The March 29 “Swing Time!!!” show, for instance, is to include the tune “Leap Frog,” which was the theme song for Les Brown and his Band of Renown, Someone saw Les Brown perform the song in the 1963 Jerry Lewis comedy, “The Nutty Professor,” and asked the Pops to play it, They will..
Q So that’s why you and Iola were smiling. A Yeah! I’ve listened to it, and it’s darn near about as good as you can expect. Q Do you remember your first date with Iola?. A Sure, a dance at a fraternity house. We danced once around the floor and both of us agreed, “Let’s get out of here.” And we went to my old car, a ’37 Chevy, and we went and parked by the levee — and decided to get married after three hours. A Let’s see. Iola wrote the words to “Strange Meadowlark, ” and then I think I composed the music after seeing her poem. “Take Five, ” I wrote the words but Iola corrected a few of them.