Minaj, who has been a trending topic this week after she madly tweeted about why her new album debuted at No. 2 behind Travis Scott, also provided the first bleeped moment of the night when she told the audience to listen to her Apple Music radio show this week to hear “who the (expletive) of the day award is going to.”. There was a political moment when Logic was joined onstage by young immigrants wearing T-shirts that read, “We are all human beings,” to protest the Trump administration’s separation of migrant children from their parents after they illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border. The rapper, best known for the suicide prevention anthem “1-800-273-8255,” wore a T-shirt that read, “(Expletive) the wall.”.
Without workers, one protester said, America couldn’t be built — and neither could President Donald Trump’s lavish hotel junior ballet dancer in her red ballet shoes an original acrylic on a 12"x10" board and beautifully framed towers, “Workers make everything happen,” said Tom Linebarger, a 74-year-old retired painter who drove from Redwood City to take part in San Jose’s rally and march, which went from Mexican Heritage Plaza to the Arena Green, “Donald Trump never built anything, He never built a birdhouse — he got workers to do it.”, The origins of May Day, a traditional marker of spring, as a day of protest in the United States are rooted in the bloody history of the labor movement, In the late 1880s, there were many nationwide strikes pushing for better working conditions, including many now taken for granted, such as an eight-hour work day..
Pirates of Penzance: The Santa Clara Chorale presents a full concert version of Gilbert and Sullivan’s operetta about pirates, maidens, love and duty. March 15, 7 p.m. Sunnyvale Presbyterian Church, 728 W Fremont Ave, Sunnyvale. March 17, 2 p.m. Mission Santa Clara, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara. $5-$37; free for those age 18 and under. www.scc.org, 408-883-4722. Bye Bye Birdie: The Sunnyvale Community Players present the family-friendly musical about a rock star who gets drafted and does one last show before he’s inducted. Through March 10. Sunnyvale Community Theatre, 550 E. Remington Drive, Sunnyvale. $16-$29. https://www.sunnyvaleplayers.org.
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Ballet San Jose’s new production has continued a favorite tradition common to nearly every production of the The Nutcracker in casting student dancers in the ballet. In fact, the tradition has been expanded. In previous productions, students from Ballet San Jose’s school danced as the mice in the Mouse King’s army, and now students will be integrated throughout the show. “This production has some children in the party scene, and there are only six costumes for mice,” Gabay says. “So it’s a little bit different that way, and then I’ve added certain characters for the school kids to be able to participate, so it’s a bigger group of kids that way.”.