Lodick is thrilled to be bringing this newly-updated show to the PSP stage. The original book was written by Dwight Taylor and Reginald Lawrence. This production features an updated book revised by Greg MacKellan for San Francisco’s 42nd Street Moon in 2008. “I really loved the show when I saw 42nd Street Moon do a revised version in 2008. We had just moved to the Bay Area and I was so excited about all the theatre here! I later researched the show and was even more impressed by the updated twist Greg MacKellan did to the book, and it’s got the great music of Cole Porter!”.
To make a scholarship donation, call the chamber at 650-755-3900 or visit www.dalycity-colmachamber.org, The successful event included $400 from balloon sales that will be donated to the American Red Cross disaster relief fund for the Japanese earthquake and tsunami victims, The remaining funds will benefit causes that improve the lives of women and girls, Dee Anne Paron, president of the North San Mateo County chapter, welcomed and thanked everyone for watercolor ballerina bunny for pink ballet dance themed project, attending, She also thanked Soroptimist Gayle Pietras, chairwoman of the event, and other Soroptimist members for making the evening a success..
Sweets for the suite: If you’re attending “The Nutcracker” at Ballet San Jose, consider supplementing Tchaikovsky’s suite with holiday sweets. The Fairmont San Jose will present its Nutcracker Tea Service in the hotel’s just-renovated Fountain Restaurant on weekends through Dec. 21, plus daily on Dec. 22-23 and Dec. 26-28. Hours are 3 to 6 p.m. Children will receive a nutcracker toy from a costumed dancer, and anyone showing a “Nutcracker” ballet ticket will get 15 percent off the $41-per-person tea price. Tea reservations (www.opentable.com/the-fountain) come with a discount on the ballet tickets, too. Details: 408-998-3982; www.fairmont.com/san-jose.
Prosecutors have said Dzhokhar Tsarnaev left a hand-scrawled confession condemning U.S, actions in Muslim countries on the inside wall of a boat in which he was found hiding following the police shootout, At the tribute, several survivors of the bombing alluded to their injuries but focused on the strength they’ve drawn from fellow survivors, first responders, doctors, nurses and strangers who have offered them support, “We should never have met this way, but we are so grateful for each other,” said Patrick Downes, a newlywed who was injured along with watercolor ballerina bunny for pink ballet dance themed project, his wife, Each lost a left leg below the knee in the bombings..
“Eighty-five percent of the conversations I’ve had with her, she’s had a bright effect. It’s hard to describe. She has a positivity in her spirit. I told her life does not end after your disability.”. Kirkpatrick smiles widely when talking about her two young children. Photos of her 6-year-old son and 2-year-old daughter sit on the hospital room’s windowsill, along with a drawing her son made of her in a hospital bed that included her amputated legs and plenty of hearts. Her mother, Sophia Moore, has slept by her side in the hospital.