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On that day, celebrated pops conductor Michael Berkowitz will lead the symphony in some of greatest works in the symphonic repertoire created for opera, ballet, film and musical theater, including Bizet’s “Carmen,” Copland’s “Rodeo,” in collaboration with choreographer Agnes de Mille; and Bernstein’s “West Side Story.”. On March 6, join Maestro George Cleve for “In the Spotlight,” featuring a world premiere from Bay Area composer Cindy Cox. And on May 1, Maestro Ronald Zollman joins the symphony to lead “New Beginnings,” featuring young musical prodigies Roberto Granados and Rieku Tsuchida.

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The episode underscored the long-term conflicts within our heroes: Mulder, while clearly skeptical about the existence of God, nevertheless embraces the paranormal. Scully, a devout Catholic, insists on applying rigorous scientific methods to solving cases. The correct answer, of course, is not that Mulder is always right, or that Scully is always right, but that both approaches are essential, and neither can fully succeed on its own. We also learned that Mulder, whether on magic mushrooms or a placebo, does a fine Texas Boogie line dance. Move over, Clint Black.

Insight Meditation Speaker Series: This speaker series explores how to to develop a balanced practice in meditation, March 3, Concentration and Insight with Richard Shankman; March 10, Deepening Practice with Shaila Catherine, knitted female ballet shoes - knit slippers - crochet slippers for ladies - granny square - women's slippers - handmade hous 7:15-9 p.m, Social hall of Westhope Presbyterian Church, 12850 Saratoga Ave., Saratoga, By donation; no registration required, imsb.org, Graywater Seminar: This seminar will cover the Santa Clara Valley Water District Graywater Laundry to Landscape rebate program, which offers $200 per single-family residence for connecting a clothes washer to a graywater irrigation system, Feb, 29, 7 p.m, Saratoga Library, 13650 Saratoga Ave., Saratoga, sccl.org, 408-867-6126..

Even as a chick, Skipper is in charge, impulsive and riffing in that Tom-McGrath-does-William-Shatner-as-Kirk voice, leading tiny Kowalski (Chris Miller), Rico (Conrad Vernon) and the newly hatched Private (Christopher Knights) into “adventure and glory like no penguin has seen before.”. That flashback prologue sets up the dynamic that has played out for this cute and cuddly quartet ever since. “Kowalski! Analysis! Rico! Status report!”. “Penguins of Madagascar” is about dopey and adorable Private’s efforts to become “a meaningful and valued member of the team.” He will have his chance when an octopus supervillain named Dave (John Malkovich) sets out to rid the world of penguin-kind. But the Madagascar boys have competition in the heroics department. The well-financed, gadget-equipped North Wind interspecies commando team has a seal (Ken Jeong), a polar bear (Peter Stormare), an exotic, sexy owl (Annet Mahendru) and is led by a confident, oh-so-competent wolf (Benedict Cumberbatch).