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The title “Tomb Treasures: New Discoveries from China’s Han Dynasty” suggests another flamboyant yet mysterious collection filling the museum’s temporary exhibit galleries. Certainly there are gilt ornaments, and mysteries and an exploration of the afterlife. But the displays primarily offer an expansive portrait of everyday life among the elite of the Han dynasty. There are more than 100 objects in the exhibit, and most never have been shown outside of China. Ranging from gold belt buckles to massive bronze cooking urns and from a jade “burial suit” to a reconstructed 2,000-year-old toilet, they are among objects found in the mausoleums from the Jiangdu Kingdom at Dayun Mountain, excavated in 2011, and royal tombs of the Chu Kingdom at Xuzhou, first uncovered in 1995.
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As DJ Matt Esco was setting up and we were enjoying a few cocktails, I found myself sitting there a nervous wreck. I awkwardly made jokes as I shifted about in my seat. I couldn’t be in the moment with everyone else, because my mind was about another upcoming moment, one that we would relive together for the rest of our lives. I kept a close eye on the clock and knew that if I didn’t do it soon, I would have to do it in front of an entire restaurant, instead of with just family and friends. My hands did a dance at the dinner table, moving about as I would reach for the Jameson time and time again.
ANTIOCH — Antioch Children’s Theatre will present “The Emperor’s New Clothes” at 7:30 p.m, Friday at the Virginia J, Calisesi Studio Theatre, 512 W, Second St, Performances are also set for 7:30 p.m, Saturday and at 2 p.m, Sunday, Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, students, children, Also on tap are auditions for “Bedbugs” at 7 p.m, March 28-29 and for “Alice in Wonderland” at 7 p.m, April 4-5, Performances if the shoe fits - iron on heat transfer vinyl, ballet, dance iron on - free shipping! for “Bedbugs” are April 29, 30 and May 1, 6 and 7, ‘Alice” runs weekends May 13-22, For more information, call 238-0565..
All these free discussions are designed to encourage community interaction across cultural boundaries. All take place in Walnut Creek Library’s Oak View Room at 1644 N. Broadway, Walnut Creek. For more information, go to wclibrary.org/event/roads/. It’s “The Skull Show,” which also will highlight the role the skull has played in the contemporary arts, exploring its appearance in countercultures such as skate, surf, tattoo, as well as urban graffiti projects. The exhibit will be on display through Aug. 31.