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The first place residential winners were presented a front yard plaque donated by Prudential California Realty, a certificate, and a $35 check. Second place received a certificate and a $25 check, and third place was given a certificate and a $15 check. Party 4 Less at 496 San Mateo Ave. won the Commercial category and received a certificate. Special recognition and a certificate were given to the Park Plaza Apartments at 2081 Whitman Way for its renovations that included painting the outside of the building and new landscaping.
She Kills Monsters: Nov, 7-9 and 14-16, Las Lomas High School, 1460 South Main St., Walnut Creek, In this comedy, Agnes Evans journeys through her dead sister’s game diary, She must battle goblins, monsters and dragons, $8-$15, http://bit.ly/2OfUKW7, Suds: ‘60s Musical Soap Opera: Nov, 7-Dec, 2, The Colligan Theater, 1010 River St., Santa Cruz, This high-energy musical tells embroidered ballet flats- size 38 (us 7.5) silk petit point uzbekistan boho festival rounded toe slip on needlepoint paisley flo the story of a down-on-her-luck laundress named Cindy and the colorful guardian angels who come to teach her about finding true love, $27-$50, www.JewelTheatre.net..
“Downward Dog” (8 p.m., ABC). “Victorian Slum” (8 p.m., PBS). “WWE SmackDown” (8 p.m., USA). “iZombie” (9 p.m., The CW). “Prison Break” (9 p.m., Fox). “Deadliest Catch” (9 p.m., Discovery). “Below Deck Mediterranean” (9 p.m., Bravo). “Imaginary Mary” (9:30 p.m., ABC). “Chopped” (10 p.m., Food Network). “Born This Way” (10 p.m., A&E). “48 Hours: NCIS” (10 p.m., CBS).
Of the zillion or so movies that have been made into stage musicals, some seem more likely candidates than others, A story about a young boy with an exceptional aptitude for ballet growing up in a rough English mining town, the 2000 British movie “Billy Elliot” seemed like a natural fit, And indeed, it embroidered ballet flats- size 38 (us 7.5) silk petit point uzbekistan boho festival rounded toe slip on needlepoint paisley flo wasn’t long before “Billy Elliot the Musical” premiered on London’s West End in 2005, with libretto and lyrics by the original screenwriter, Lee Hall, and music by Elton John, After racking up Olivier and Tony awards for best musical, the show finally hit San Francisco on its U.S, tour in 2011, and now Berkeley Playhouse gives “Billy Elliot” its East Bay premiere at the Julia Morgan Theater..
It was Week 7 and, unfortunately, three couples — Hayes Grier and Emma Slater, Tamar Braxton and Val Chmerkovskiy, and Alexa PenaVega and Mark Ballas — were in jeopardy by the end of the show. We are now to the point in the show when one by one, good dancers will be sent home because the viewers didn’t vote for them. For Hayes and Emma, who danced well tonight and ended up tied for second place on the leaderboard, tonight was the night they were eliminated. The show was running long and with only 20 seconds left, Tom told Hayes, “You go out on a night when you excelled. You did such great dancing tonight. Any quick thoughts?” Hayes, who was visibly saddened, said, “All of those guys are brilliant people. This meant so much to me,” as his voice broke. And he was seen wiping his eyes when the other dancers surrounded him in a group hug.