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Carreño, whose love of ballet began as a boy in Havana, is not one to shy away from a hurdle. For his swan song at American Ballet Theatre, he chose to dance the Prince in “Swan Lake,” a role known for its epic leaps, the kind of jumps most older dancers avoid. “I am always drawn to a challenge,” he said with a smile, “and I believe there is great potential here.”. His first order of business is to raise the profile of the 28-year-old company, whose cofounding artistic director, Dennis Nahat, was abruptly ousted by BSJ’s board of directors in 2012. Carreño’s contacts in the ballet world will surely help. From his time at ABT and London’s Royal Ballet to his appearance on “Dancing with the Stars,” Carreño has known the taste of fame. In his native Cuba, he is part of a family ballet dynasty.

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Details: 8 p.m. Oct. 26 at Grand Lake Theatre, Oakland, 9 p.m. Oct. 27-28 at Roxie Theatre, San Francisco; $15; www.foundfootagefest.com. 3 “Rocky Horror Show Live”: Roshi Entertainment presents this live stage show adapted from the cult classic movie about a “sweet transvestite” with an appetite for hedonism and reanimation and the innocent couple he seduces. As with the movie, audience participation is part of the goofy fun, and the crazy set is a blend of TV, virtual reality and house party. The show was originally set to be part San Jose’s Cosmic Con (or the Famous Monsters Halloween Bash), but that event has been canceled. As a result, all performances of “Rocky Horror” will be held at San Jose Stage.

The parade is about four miles long, It starts at Monteval lane and goes up Coleman Road to Meridian Avenue, From there it travels south on Meridian to Paso Los Cerritos and from there to Via De Las Abejas and onto Redmond Avenue, The floats take a left on Calle Esperanza and a right on Montenegro, It goes left onto Via Madero Drive, right on Puerto Vallarta, right on Vera Cruz, left on Redman, left on Coleman and back down the hill ballerina dance necklace silver ballet shoe w/ sweet bow charm prima ballerina by revellerosejewelry to the Cabana Club, On the other hand, the T.J, Martin neighborhood has a local parade designed to build community, says sponsor Theresa Wellman, the parade sponsor, This is the third year the neighbors have celebrated together..

The June 5 event will run from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Oak Room of the Walnut Creek Library, 1644 N. Broadway. The free presentation is part of the Library Foundation’s speaker series “Live! from the Library.”. Ambrose Bierce (1842-1913) was branded a misanthrope. For more than 25 years, Bierce worked as a newspaperman in San Francisco. According to Schneider, “As a satirist, Bierce was misunderstood. He claimed that satire never thrived in this country because ‘the soul of it is wit, wherein we are dolefully deficient.'”.