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“I used to tell people that I feel much of my life I’ve been living in the ’60s,” he says. “My dad used to show me old home movies he’d made with ’50s and ’60s-style furniture. The colors and vibe made me think of a time when everything wasn’t so digital.”. Drawn to the project by a fascination with music from another century, Tolling agrees that swinging the timepiece brings up a question: Will music from today have the same durability and remain popular 50 or even 60 years into the future? “Maybe certain artists like Michael Jackson or Sting,” Tolling muses. “When you live in the times, it’s harder to tell.”.

Last year, she expanded the offerings for the festival’s second edition, held at San Francisco’s Mission Cultural Center, This year’s ¡FLACC! is bigger still, Though run on a shoestring, the 3rd Annual Festival of Latin American Contemporary Choreographers presents 17 choreographers — from Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras, Venezuela, New Mexico, Southern California and the ballet shoes necklace, swarovski pearl choice, toe shoe necklace, ballerina slipper necklace, gift, ballet slippers Bay Area — Dec, 9-11 at Dance Mission Theater, Each performance will be followed by a 20-minute panel discussion..

At an eight-unit apartment building on Park Boulevard that was referred for a follow-up inspection in January 2012 but not visited since, resident Decovan Rhem, 45, said he was concerned by the lack of action and also that the city did not have enough inspectors to cover Oakland’s thousands of apartment buildings. His neighbors, Doug Alexander and Shirley Moore, agreed. “This is very troubling,” Alexander said. Moore, who’s lived in the building more than 20 years, said: “I haven’t seen the fire department in as long as I can say. I wish they would come around.”.

A Tribute to Amy Whinehouse, 7 p.m, Dec, 11, Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City, $20, 650-369-7770 or tickets.foxrwc.com, Fortnightly Music, Vocal works of Gounod, Menotti, and Charpentier; piano, Ballades of Brahms; and saxophone works of Singelee, Clerisse, and Gershwin/Miller, 8 p.m, Dec, 11, Lucie Stern Community Center Ballroom, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, Free, www.fortnightlymusicclub.org, ballet shoes necklace, swarovski pearl choice, toe shoe necklace, ballerina slipper necklace, gift, ballet slippers A Chanticleer Christmas, 8 p.m, Dec, 13, Memorial Church, 450 Serra Mall, Stanford, Presented by Stanford Lively ARts, $48-$52 ($10 for stanford students), 650-725-2787 or www.livelyarts.stanford.edu..

Bark in the Park San Jose: This tail-wagging event is touted as the largest convergence of canine festivities in the U.S. Dog lovers and their best friends partake in games and a dog/owner lookalike contest. Sept. 15, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.  William Street Park, S. 16th and William streets. 408-295-1691. Luna Park Chalk Art Festival: The 11th annual festival brings together thousands of artists, art students and art lovers from a slew of cultural and artistic backgrounds. Sept. 15, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Backesto Park, 13th and Empire streets. 408-205-4287.