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Justin “Jay” Starrett, 27. Survivor skills: Jay is determined, intelligent and funny, and enjoys skimboarding, fishing and pretty much any sport. He doesn’t like people who make plans or say they’re going to do something, and then don’t deliver. Jay is going to be a very unhappy camper, we fear. Survivability: Based on his own self-assessment, and not because we drew his name in the office pool, Jay seems to be the odds-on favorite to win. He says he is mentally strong and is willing to push his body to any limit it has to go. He professes to “have a ton of street smarts” and knows how to maneuver and manipulate people to get the things he wants. “I’m a flirtatious, outgoing, good-looking guy who is not afraid to work hard and make big moves.” All the hallmarks of a winner, which probably means he’ll be out before the merge.
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Dance Series 01: Trey McIntyre, whose world premiere celebrating the Summer of Love was a Smuin hit last spring, returns to kick off Smuin’s 25th anniversary with ‘Blue Until June,’ set to Etta James’ vocals. The program also features choreography by Smuin company dancers Nicole Haskins, Ben Needham-Wood and Rex Wheeler, and Michael Smuin’s ‘Schubert Scherzo.’ Through Feb. 24. Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. $58-$75. 650-903-6000, http://www.smuinballet.org.
“People want stories, That’s what all TV, movies, and books are, Tell a story.”, On the morning of Nov, 19, as we posted our nearly three-minute iChicken video on YouTube, we imagined tens of thousands if not millions of viewers clicking on our clip and passing it on, That’s the thing about achieving Internet fame: It looks drawstring ballet slipper bag with choice of ballet text or personalized with name made to order so damn easy, Give it a catchy but not-too-clever name so it’s descriptive and easy-to-search, our experts told us, Cheng tweaked her title several times so that it naturally followed “Hey did you see the video of __________? Fill in the blank,” she wrote, “That’s your title.”..
Soon, the group moved up to “the bird” pose — a la flying superheroes — with the bases’ feet on the fliers’ hip bones, lifting them into the air. Later, they practiced “the throne” in which the flier literally sits on the base’s heels. “Just lean back and relax, like you’re really sitting in a chair, ready to order a drink or watch a movie,” Avitzur jokes. The hourlong class finished with a cool down, also using partners to sway each other’s legs and match each other’s slowed breathing. “The best thing is, you don’t need a gym membership to do Acro,” Avitzur says. “Anywhere you have friends, you can do it.”.