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HORNS FOR THE HOLIDAYS: Concert by 55-member San Ramon Symphonic Band, under the direction of Larry B. Colon, featuring classic melodies, patriotic music and movie and show tunes. 7 p.m. Dec. 20; Dougherty Valley Performing Arts Center, 10550 Albion Road; $6 children 11 and younger and students with ID are free. 925-973-2787. 31ST ANNUAL HOLIDAY FAIRE: Featuring hundreds of handcrafted items for sale, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. through Dec. 15. Three-course tea luncheons with seatings at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.; Shadelands Ranch Museum, 2660 Ygnacio Valley Road. $30. Reservations required: 925-935-7871.

They come out of the program “better human beings,” Vaughan said, and better able to face Oakland’s harsh urban landscape, “They motivated me to break out of my shell, basically,” said Hester, who is now 21 and teaches hip-hop classes for the program, “They push you a lot, That’s what motivated me to go to college, I was just thinking about going to crochet slippers,christmas stocking,ballet flats,handmade slippers,crochet women slippers,cozy slippers,wedding flats,home silpp Laney College, but I built this new confidence and applied to California State University East Bay and got in.”..

Oakland Fire Chief Teresa Deloach Reed said firefighters had trouble battling the blaze because the space “was filled end-to-end with furniture, what-not, collections … it was like a maze almost.”. Photographs on social media show what was a mezzanine that ran more than half of the building’s length, a finished space with a large rug, lamps, couches, a piano, speakers and art work. City building inspectors wrote in online records Saturday that “some of the victims might have been trapped in the blaze when they couldn’t escape down a makeshift, one-way stairwell leading to the second floor that was built out of wooden pallets.”.

HOUSTON, Texas – Paul Simon introduced the opening night of his On Stage Together tour with Sting as “an experiment melding two bands, two styles, two catalogs of songs.”, Two hours and 45 minutes later, the experiment could clearly be deemed a success, The two veteran headliners’ show on Saturday, Feb, 8, at the Toyota Center lived up to the tour name, with Sting and Simon playing 10 of the night’s 30 numbers together, a collaborative approach far different from the usual kind crochet slippers,christmas stocking,ballet flats,handmade slippers,crochet women slippers,cozy slippers,wedding flats,home silpp of co-billing that takes to the road, And there was certainly enough common creative ground between the two that the combination not only made sense but was a genuine case of something more than the sum of its parts..

In a church service in Cape Town, Tutu, who like Mandela was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, said Mandela would want South Africans themselves to be his “memorial” by adhering to the values of unity and democracy that he embodied. He recalled the early 1990s when South Africa teetered on the brink of a race war. “All of us here in many ways amazed the world, a world that was expecting us to be devastated by a racial conflagration,” Tutu said. He recalled how Mandela helped unite South Africa as it dismantled apartheid, the cruel system of white minority rule, and prepared for all-race elections in 1994. In those elections, Mandela, who spent 27 years in prison, became South Africa’s first black president.