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It begins at one of our favorites, Massimo’s, at 1604 Locust St., and continues at more than a dozen wining and dining establishments in downtown Walnut Creek. Proceeds will benefit Diablo Ballet and the Performing Arts Education & Enrichment for Kids Youth Outreach Program (PEEK). Tickets cost $45 per person. Visit diabloballet.org for reservations. PEEK provides in-school movement and free dance performances to students who have few opportunities to participate in the arts. Other Diablo Ballet programs include Adopt-a-Class, which brings dance into elementary school classrooms in 12 visits, a field trip to participate in a Diablo Ballet studio rehearsal, and a special matinee performance for students.

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• U10 Division: 1st place, Flamingos, Presidio Bowling Center; 2nd place, The Yetis (no sponsor); 3rd place, The Green Hornets, Peninsula Seafood; and 4th place, The Sharks, Plaza Insurance Sales Inc. • U12 Division: 1st place, Phantoms (no sponsor); 2nd place, The Soccer Team, Carl Wind Photography; 3rd place, Ninja Turtles (no sponsor); and 4th place, Aftershocks, Image Auto Body. The teams lined up at 5:30 p.m. for judging by Danielle Brewer, Laura Davis, Lorry Greenberg, Winfred Jew, Rico Medina, Kirsten Pinochi, Judy Puccini, Robert Riechel, and this columnist; followed by the parade at 6:30 p.m.

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SOCHI, Russia — The grim and the gorgeous coexist side by side at the Sochi Olympics. Anyone who thinks that what’s happening here is comparable to the excesses of other sports events in other places simply hasn’t seen or felt these Winter Games firsthand. The $51 billion colossus is an act of destructive grandiosity that threatens to make us all queasily complicit in crime, yet simultaneously awed and intimidated. The most expensive Olympics in history is partly a Potemkin village, an elaborate facade built to impress foreign passersby and to enhance the image of a small, odd, chill-faced man who likes to pose menacingly shirtless in order to seem much taller than he actually is. It’s also a heist: Somewhere along the line, according to Vladimir Putin’s critics, as much $30 billion disappeared, and it didn’t go into the hotels, where the carpets look like scraps from an old office, unless it went into the surveillance that gives new meaning to the phrase bedbugs. Mainly it seems to have gone into creating scale, breathtaking but needlessly immense structures with columns that loom hundreds of feet high, dwarfing individuals into specks. And that’s exactly the point, isn’t it, to make the ordinary citizen quail with helplessness at the power of the “new” Russian state.