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H.R. 3435 is a bipartisan bill with 113 co-sponsors. Speier has reported military rape victims’ stories 16 times on the House floor. The March 5, 2012, Newsweek magazine named her one of “150 Women Who Shake the World” for helping to expose this epidemic in the military. The 501(c) 3 nonprofit Protect Our Defenders Foundation educates the public, provides peer support, legal assistance, and a support services network for victims of rape and sexual assault in the military. The POD Squad event March 22 at 350 W. Santa Inez Ave. in Hillsborough is raising funds to help fight this injustice. For an invitation, contact email@example.com. Tickets, which start at $200, may be purchased until March 18 at www.protectourdefenders.com/podsquad.
Events are in chronological order, with month-long restaurant specials at the end, Oktoberfest by the Bay: Sept, 25-27, Three days’ worth of German food, beer, singing and dancing on Pier 48 in San Francisco, Headlining is the 21-piece Chico Bavarian Band, Friday night and Saturday night are set of 5 "ballet shoes", metal charms limited to adults age 21 and up; children are allowed on Saturday afternoon or Sunday, Admission, $25 general, $75 VIP, $5 kids, Hours, tickets: www.oktoberfestbythebay.com, Jack Rose Libation House Oktoberfest: Saturday, Sept, 26, Four imported German Oktoberfest beers on tap, German food for sale in the outdoor beer garden, music by the Gruber Family Band, 4 to 9 p.m, Admission, $10 for ages 21 and over; $5 for ages 13-20; free for kids, 18840 Los Gatos-Saratoga Road, Los Gatos, www.jackrosebar.com..
The cast features a number of familiar faces from past Center Rep musicals: Ryan Drummond (“She Loves Me”), Tim Homsley (“Xanadu” and “Spring Awakening”) and Sharon Rietkerk (“Xanadu” and “Rumors”). Co-star Jerry Lee has been seen just down the hall of Walnut Creek’s Lesher Center in Contra Costa Musical Theatre’s “Les Miserables” and Diablo Theatre Company’s “Shrek.”. And reality TV fans may recognize the fourth dreamer, Derek Keeling, as the third-place finisher of “Grease: You’re the One That I Want,” NBC’s audience-voted competition to cast the Broadway revival of “Grease.” (He eventually played the male lead late in the run.).
“I’ve studied the shape of her mouth, I know her face probably better than anyone else does, But it’s only my portrait,” she said, “I can only set of 5 "ballet shoes", metal charms surmise and imagine.”, Another actor who plays a monarch was pleased, too, “I don’t think there many happier King Henry VIIIs anywhere in the world,” said Nathaniel Parker, who plays a ruthless and yet vulnerable monarch in the “Wolf Hall” plays, adapted from the Hilary Mantel book series about the rise of Thomas Cromwell..
Barbara Nessim: Henry was pure. He believed in white space. He believed in simple design to tell a story. He did Harper’s Bazaar and tilted the ‘a.’ And really understood words, and pacing. Robert Benton: It was also a time when magazines were still a viable thing. I don’t know how many magazines there were in New York but there were a lot. And newspapers. The Herald Tribune hadn’t folded, so there was the Times, the Trib, the Wall Street Journal, the Mirror, the News, the Post and one other paper. We would go over to Jim Downey’s around 8 o’clock and sit in a booth and just read the papers and pass them back and forth and talk and have dinner. It was a lovely, lovely time.