“Back to the Future” Day is being celebrated Wednesday with an appearance by the original cast at a Lincoln Center screening in New York, as well as several fan-centric events and more than 1,700 theaters hosting screenings across the country. (Michael J. Fox is scheduled to be a guest on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”). “Back to the Future” filmmaker Robert Zemeckis’ trilogy has left a lasting impression on pop culture in the 30 years since the original film debuted, spawning a theme park attraction, video game and animated series.
But Cannon wasn’t the only person who worked on the Ng’s electrical system before the 2014 transformer fire, Robert “Jake” Jacobitz, a former Ghost Ship tenant, said in December that he performed electrical work inside the arts collective before Cannon replaced the ruined transformer in the auto body shop, Jacobitz is not listed as having an electrician certificate, according to state records, In a series of tenant emails over a nearly ballet shoes art - ballet slippers tutu 16x20 children ballet art 8x10 photo purple nursery decor 11x14 print 5x7 girl room deco two-year period, the Ngs were alerted to code violations in the adjoining buildings, and emails reveal they knew of work Cannon did that Oakland Planning Department records show was not permitted..
Vasona Vibrations: The Jones Gang plays high-octane Americana music. Food and cash donations for the Second Harvest Food Bank are welcome. July 21, 5-7 p.m. Vasona Lake County Park, 333 Blossom Hill Road, Los Gatos. vasonavibrations.org. Jazz on the Plazz: Paula West performs. July 25, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Town Plaza, West Main Street and Santa Cruz Avenue, Los Gatos. jazzontheplazz.com. Spamalot: The West Valley Light Opera stages this musical comedy adapted from the 1975 film, “Monty Python and the Holy Grail.” Through July 23. Saratoga Civic Theater, 13777 Fruitvale Ave., Saratoga. $20-$35. wvlo.org.
Throughout the process of opening the Hammer Theatre Center, Lisa Vollendorf has drawn inspiration from another partnership between the city of San Jose and its university, When Vollendorf, San Jose State University’s dean of humanities and the arts, arrives on campus each day, she walks through the Dr, Martin Luther King Jr, Library on the way to her office, Located just a few blocks from the Hammer Theatre, the library opened downtown in 2003 to serve ballet shoes art - ballet slippers tutu 16x20 children ballet art 8x10 photo purple nursery decor 11x14 print 5x7 girl room deco both San Jose residents and SJSU students..
‘Spontaneous Shakespeare’ by Synergy Theater. Synergy Theater presents “Spontaneous Shakespeare,” at 8:15 p.m. May 20-21, at the Lesher Center for the Arts, Knight Stage 3 Theatre, 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek. This is a completely improvised two-act play in the style of William Shakespeare, and full of bawdy humor, mistaken identities, disguises, star-crossed lovers, mischievous spirits, wily servants, sword fights and wordplay. The improvised comedy is made up entirely on the spot and all based on audience suggestions.