It’s a wonderful destination for music fans, filled with a fascinating mix of permanent installations and contemporary exhibits relating to the awards show, significant artists and the recording industry. Over the years, I’ve enjoyed seeing exhibits celebrating such legends as George Harrison, Michael Jackson and James Brown. The museum — located just steps away from the Staples Center, where the actual Grammy Awards will be handed out on Sunday — is currently hosting a great exhibit on pop superstar Taylor Swift.
Lauren Jonas, Diablo Ballet’s artistic director, will introduce and talk about each ballet, Enjoy a glass of complimentary wine while enjoying some great classical music, Admission is free, and it’s a program for all ages, For more information, call Diablo Ballet at 925-943-1775 or pink dress ballet dancer wrapper dancing cupcake wrapper swan lake dancing girls cake wraps collars drama liners dancing party c visit www.DiabloBallet.org, Presented by Ianiro Productions, the show runs Oct, 5-27 at 505 Natoma St, in San Francisco, Inman — who also plays Justin Walker — wrote a play that follows the events of a family discovering the power and heartache of acceptance the day after the favorite son has passed away from AIDS..
That’s one of the endearing aspects of Ana Sokolovic’s luminous “Svadba-Wedding,” which opened Saturday in a San Francisco Opera Lab production at the company’s new Taube Atrium Theater. Based on folk traditions of the composer’s native Serbia, the title nuptials take place in a foreign land. But its rituals feel entirely familiar. The hourlong chamber opera depicts a young Serbian woman, Milica, on the eve of her marriage, as five of her closest friends gather to help her celebrate and prepare for the big event.
The event started when the Rotary chapter approached the city about putting on an Independence Day run and from there it grew to include the parade and expo, all of which are being organized and staffed by volunteers, “We have lots of volunteers and are doing this on a shoestring budget,” writes Hercules Rotary President Bill Shea, A website has been setup at www.hercules4thofjuly.com, where the community can sign up for pink dress ballet dancer wrapper dancing cupcake wrapper swan lake dancing girls cake wraps collars drama liners dancing party c the run, register for the parade or a booth at the expo, volunteer, or participate or donate in some way to help the event, Or contact Shea at firstname.lastname@example.org..
Thanks also to the downtown Brentwood businesses who allowed Liberty students to decorate the storefronts along the parade route, spreading Lion Pride throughout the city. Finally, thank you to the individuals who volunteered to drive their convertibles in the parade to escort our homecoming court and other distinguished guests. The Liberty Homecoming tradition continues because of the support of the Liberty Union High School District employees and board of trustees, as well as the administration of Liberty High School: Pat Walsh, Sara Branstetter, Ilene Foster, Sandra Guardado, Kevin Morris and Wendy Thigpen.