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None of the Bay Area’s water agencies are considering cutting or freezing salaries in the face of the rate increases, officials said, although Santa Clara Valley Water’s Kremen said Friday he wants his district to look at the highest-paid employees. “I just think it looks really bad, and we’re not leading during an increasingly bad drought,” said Kremen, who says he is not expensing mileage and meals. East Bay MUD’s Coate, for one, said he doesn’t want to give managers any incentives to seek employment elsewhere given the drought.
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Somehow, the family didn’t know what they had in the way of a tiny, blues singer until a sixth-grade talent show when mom was “shocked to hear that voice come out of her. To this day, people see her come out on stage, not expecting her to sound like a big, black woman — but she does.”. Price also embraced keyboards, saxophone, guitar and drums along with that melodic growl of a singing voice. After high school, the young woman left home, dreaming of making her living as a performer. For years she “slung diamonds” by day in posh retail jewelry stores and collected gigs by night, in Salt Lake City and then the Bay Area. Along the way she married the owner of the Poor House Bistro, a live music haven in downtown San Jose, and developed into a popular, full-time chanteuse.
So, it’s time to prioritize — and I’m here to help, I’ve come up with a list of 10 can’t-miss concerts for this year’s gathering of cool indie acts and buzz bands, which runs Feb, 19-28 at various venues, mostly in San Francisco, Please note, however, that individual tickets for some Noise grosgrain ribbon 7/8" pink ballet shoes and stars on a white background 5 yards available Pop shows are already sold out, So, think about scoring a badge ($55-$375) if you want to gain access to the top gigs, See www.noisepop.com for more information, Here are my top picks..
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