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blue tones, hand embroidered, slip one flats, ballet, handmade guatemalan textiles, huipil, guipil

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Daly said that “hesitant” customers are starting to “come back around” because “they see that he’s gone and we’ve shed ourselves of whatever happened there.”. Farris agreed, noting, “We’ve moved on. There’s a new spirit and we all feel better about it.”. For his part, Ybarra said he knew it was “going to be a fight,” but was “ready for it.” He added that it was a “family decision” not to open a dry cleaning business elsewhere.

The Aegis of Pleasant Hill facility had morphed into a fashion show venue, complete with a bubble machine, red carpet runway and piped-in music, featuring the likes of Nat King Cole’s “Unforgettable,” and familiar selections from Frank Sinatra, the “Chairman of the Board.”, The debut event raised approximately $2,700 for the Alzheimer’s Association, Goo, Aegis’ general manager and master of ceremonies, treated other residents and family members in the capacity crowd audience to stories of the participants’ penchants, pastimes, personality traits and past professions, as they showed off a renewed spring in their step, while making their way down the aisle wearing clothes loaned by Threads, a consignment blue tones, hand embroidered, slip one flats, ballet, handmade guatemalan textiles, huipil, guipil shop in Walnut Creek, Some waved like beauty queens in a parade, conjuring up feelings of being at the prom..

Liberated but a feminist?. I consider myself to be a “liberated” female, and have felt so from a very early age. I have always preferred the company of males, doing what was considered to be “tomboy” activities such as climbing trees, hopping fences, collecting bugs, etc.; however. I was also very much in touch with my feminine side: loving to play dress-up, sewing clothes for my dolls, wearing dresses. I was very comfortable in my skin until I hit puberty in junior high school, when I “blossomed” into what many males found attractive, and what many females found to be competition. This is where I’ve always had issues with “feminism”.

For more information, call 925-295-1417 or go to www.bedfordgallery.org, Campo’s ‘Les Miz’ premieres March 1, Campolindo High School’s Spring 2015 production, “Les Misérables, School Edition,” the timeless musical about love, redemption and hope, runs March 12-22, with performances at 7:30 p.m, Thursday through Saturday, and Sunday matinees at 2:30 p.m, Directed by David Pinkham, “Les Misérables” is his 12th production as Campolindo stage director in an association with the school’s Performing Arts program, It involves a cast of 140 actors, including 40 local children, an orchestra of more than 20 musicians and an enormous crew take the stage in this unforgettable story of heartbreak, passion, and the resilience of the human spirit, that has become one blue tones, hand embroidered, slip one flats, ballet, handmade guatemalan textiles, huipil, guipil of the most celebrated musicals in theatrical history, Mark Roberts, the school’s full-time director of choral activities since 2011, is the show’s producer and musical director..

4th annual Silicon Valley African Film Festival. Oct. 11-13. Screenings include “Of Good Report,” “GriGris,” “Children’s Republic,” “Le President” and “Dreamwalker.” Community School of Music and Arts, Finn Center, 230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View. One-day ticket, $20; festival pass, $30. www.svaff.org or 415-774-6787. Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival. Oct. 19-Nov. 17. Twenty-four movies, screening at Camera 24 Theater, San Jose; Camera 7 Theater, Campbell; and OFJCC, Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life in Palo Alto. Topol is opening-night guest; Elliott Gould is closing night guest. Screenings to include “Paris Manhattan”, a romantic comedy about a woman who seeks Woody Allen’s advice on finding the “perfect man”; “AKA Doc Pomus,” about songwriter stricken with polio who wrote hit songs; “Ballad of the Weeping Spring,” a tale of a master musician who goes to great lengths to repay a debt of honor; “The Price of Kings,” about the life of Shimon Peres, a nation builder, Nobel Peace prize winner and president of Israel. Week 1: Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto. Week 2: Century 24 in San Jose (near Santana Row). Week 4: Camera 7 theater at the Pruneyard Shopping Center in Campbell. www.svjff.org.