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After Hay made his exit, another TV celebrity — Bellamy Young (“Scandal”) — introduced the third act of the night. “This next amazing band may not have invented the power ballad,” she said. “But they perfected it.”. That was the cue for the Bay Area’s own Night Ranger to take the stage, bringing the crowd back to its feet with the anthem “(You Can Still) Rock in America.” Night Ranger was on its A-game, as per usual, as the band — which still features original members Kelly Keagy, Jack Blades and Brad Gillis — rocked through “When You Close Your Eyes” and “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me.”.

ANTIOCH: Veterans Day ceremonies and parade begin at 11 a.m., Antioch Marina, #1 Marina Plaza, womens slippers, crochet slippers, ladies slippers, spring/summer slippers, wool slippers, slip on slippers, ballet slippers, ec Ceremony/helicopter 9:30 a.m., parade 11 a.m, For more information, email josiemonaghan@aol.com, At 6:30 p.m., El Campanil Theatre, 604 W, Second St., will show “Chosin,” a documentary about Korean War veterans who fought in the Chosin Reservoir campaign, BRENTWOOD: Veterans Day Commemorative Celebration begins at 10:30 a.m, at Veterans Park, 3841 Balfour Road, Includes music, speakers, march of colors and cannon salute, Joint event hosted by Marine Corps League, American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars, Information: 925-516-0575..

• My sons rented tuxedos in the ’90s (to the tune of about 100 bucks a pop). I rented a white dinner jacket in ’67 (probably about $20). My dad borrowed his dad’s suit in ’34 (free). • My boys and their friends went in together to rent a limousine (which I paid for). I polished up the folks’ 7-year-old Cadillac (which my dad filled with gas). My dad and his date walked (uh, free). • My boys bought their dates corsages (that I paid for). I bought my date a corsage (that I paid for). My dad picked a couple flowers from his mom’s rose garden and made his own (boy, he really got off cheap!).

Among Eastridge’s new features are womens slippers, crochet slippers, ladies slippers, spring/summer slippers, wool slippers, slip on slippers, ballet slippers, ec a kids’ play area, a family lounge with a TV where kids can chill out, and upgraded interior touches that include more seating, greenery, a bubbling fountain and a cherry blossom tree, The Eatery food court includes new restaurant offerings, community tables with charging stations, and kid-size chairs in a family seating area called the Honeycomb, All that work will be celebrated with a three-day “grand re-opening” that starts Friday and has a different focus each day, Food will be the big thing Friday, with a 1 p.m, ribbon cutting followed by a 2 p.m, panel on San Jose’s food scene, plus chef demos, food trucks and music, On Saturday, art will be in the spotlight, with dance and music performances every hour from 10 a.m, to 6 p.m., a makers market, an open mic showcase and a community mural painting, The festivities wrap up Sunday with a focus on families, with Coffee with a Cop at 11 a.m., an appearance by SJ Sharkie at noon, and a family expo from 1 to 5 p.m, that includes bounce houses, face painting and a meet-and-greet with DreamWorks’ Trolls..

But fans weren’t going to let an overly complicated and convoluted show stop them from having a great Cinco de Mayo. The fans were downright wild, with some even tossing off their tops and boogying in their undergarments. The two Chainsmokers were dressed much more conservatively, in T-shirts and jeans, as they appeared onstage amid flashing lights and began to quickly DJ their way through such tunes as “Inside Out” and the early favorite “Kanye.”. A song would usually get a minute or so of airtime before the duo went onto the next record. This rapid-fire approach somewhat negated the need for guest – or “featured” – performers, who play such a huge role in the band’s phenomenally popular studio work.