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set of 3 ballet ballerina prints | personalised name | modern pink & white girl's room decor | faux glitter | nursery baby p

set of 3 ballet ballerina prints | personalised name | modern pink & white girl's room decor | faux glitter | nursery baby p

set of 3 ballet ballerina prints | personalised name | modern pink & white girl's room decor | faux glitter | nursery baby p

COOL CARS AND MORE: There’ll be plenty of hot rods, lowriders and classic cars out Friday night at the second annual “Almaden Graffiti” — that, of course is a spin on George Lucas’ 1973 classic peon to cruising, “American Graffiti” — San Jose’s Almaden Lake Park. The family-friendly show-and-shine in the park’s westside parking lot gets started at 6 p.m. It’s free to attend, and there’ll be food trucks and music, too. LISTEN UP: The Jazz Mechanics — a trio consisting of pianist Daniel Fillip, drummer Michael Brilliot and bassist Doug Pohorski — doesn’t venture out of downtown San Jose too often, but they’re playing Friday night at Tessora’s in downtown Campbell. The wine bar has put together a nice lineup of folk, blues and jazz lately. Check ’em out starting at 8 p.m.

His -5 BPM was truly atrocious, and it wasn’t eased by the fact that he earned $3.3 million this season, His contract for 2016-17 is non-guaranteed, and following his performance this year, it would be very surprising if Washington opted to keep him aboard, Box Plus/Minus: -5.1Win Shares: 0.1, When you earn approximately $1 million for every negative point per 100 possessions you brought to the table throughout a 16-game sample size, you’re dead weight, That was the case for Chris Kaman, who earned more than $5 million this season by playing 16 regular season games, Head coach Terry Stotts brought the set of 3 ballet ballerina prints | personalised name | modern pink & white girl's room decor | faux glitter | nursery baby p former All-Star off the bench for four games during the postseason, and he responded by shooting 38.9 percent from the field, Oof..

Wilder continued to insist he could do it: “I love this guy. I can do it.”. But Brooks gave him a final “no” and promised they would work together again. “Blazing Saddles is not it,” Brooks said. The next day Brooks took off for Los Angeles to start filming “Blazing Saddles,” and Wilder got back to work on the “Young Frankenstein” script. Wilder then was offered a part in a film version of Antoine Saint-Exupéry’s classic fable, “The Little Prince.”.

Hillbarn Theatre, “Funny Girl.” Aug, 28 through Sept, 21, Music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Bob Merrill, book by Isobel Lennart, Directed set of 3 ballet ballerina prints | personalised name | modern pink & white girl's room decor | faux glitter | nursery baby p by Dan Demers, Featuring Melissa WolfKlain as Fanny Brice, William Giammona as Nick Arnstein, with Rachelle Abbey, Richard Ames, Christine Baker, Justin Buchs, Jennifer Butler, Becca Carteris, Stephanie Case, Tracy Chiappone, Paige Collazo, Steven Ennis, Matt Gill, Dennis Lickteig, Emily Mannion, Jessica Maxey, Maureen O’Neill, Regina Quigley and Jon Toussaint, Music director Joe Murphy, choreographer James Zongus, scenic designer Kuo-Hao Lo, lighting designer Don Coluzzi, costume designer Lisa Cross, sound designer Alan Chang, hair and makeup designer Dee Morrissey and properties designer A.J, Diggins, Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E, Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City, 8 p.m, Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 p.m, Sundays, $23-$42, 650-349-6411, ext, 2 or www.hillbarntheatre.org..

The last time Bareto performed in the Bay Area in 2013, they sold out Yoshi’s San Francisco. The seven-piece band returns to the region days after the U.S. release of its fifth album “Impredecible” on the World Village label. Enmeshed in Lima’s fast mutating underground, Bareto has continued to evolve, digging into Peruvian roots while finding inspiration from contemporary sources. “The new album represents the search to get the sound we’ve got now,” says percussionist Jorge Olazo, speaking by Skype from Paris, France. “We’ve been playing so many different genres since 2003. We began playing instrumental reggae music, and then tried to mix it with Peruvian cumbia. Over all these years, we absorbed different influences and tried to make a sound of our own.”.