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The Comedy Get Down. Cedric The Entertainer, Eddie Griffin, D.L. Hughley and George Lopez. 8 p.m. Aug. 19. Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View. $39.50-$99.50. or 800-745-3000. Jim Gaffigan. “Noble Ape” tour. Sept. 17. Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View. $29.50-$95. Chhandam and Leelah Das Dance. Pragati: Securing the Future for India’s Heritage. 3 p.m. Sept. 17. Benefit concert. Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts Second Stage, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. $103. or 650-903-6000.

The studio teaches ballet, hip hop, tap, jazz, creative, lyrical and funk styles, The curriculum includes workshops by guest choreographers and the opportunity to ballet flats extra wide perform in the Montage Studio Showcase, The studio moved to 1314 Lincoln Ave, this month in order to expand its offerings, For class times, fees and to register, visit, The party, which runs 7-10 p.m., has a Parisian theme and will feature wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres, live music and an auction, Cocktail attire is requested for this adults-only affair..

Goldberg wrote most of “True Love Scars” while living in Inverness, later moving to the East Bay with his wife, former San Francisco Examiner reporter Leslie Goldberg, to be closer to their son and grandchildren. His wife created the novel’s surreal cover art. The novel is set during a golden period in Marin’s rock history, a time Goldberg experienced first hand. Marin readers are likely to recognize many of the names and places he mentions in “True Love Scars.”.

Concerts will be held every day of the fair, with the biggest attraction being Eddie Money, the rock ‘n roll star behind the ’80s hit, “Take Me Home Tonight.”, ballet flats extra wide But the biggest draw among all those demographics just might be the return of pepper steak, Organizers promise it’s the original recipe developed by Angelo DiPietro who, along with his family, ran the Pepper Steak Restaurant at the fair in the ’60s, Visitors can find the popular stir-fried Chinese-American dish at the center of the Expo Hall food circle..

A dozen years ago Langston and his wife Sandra operated Castro Valley’s first black bed-and-breakfast, LouSan B&B, which became known for its Southern tea cakes, based on a 100-year-old family recipe. They even sold them at the local Safeway. But then his wife had a stroke and later needed a wheelchair, so he couldn’t keep up with the demands for cakes and decided to close those businesses. Eventually, he focused his energies on doing something for veterans. “We have problems as veterans that nobody wants to hear of,” he said. “My idea was to provide an open mic, give veterans a chance to voice their opinions. Not being able to talk about something, that causes mental anxiety. When I came back from Vietnam, no one wanted to even see us. Now there’s an open desire to help veterans.”.