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• • • • •. Santa Run Silicon Valley, Plaza de Cesar Chavez at Park and S. Market streets, San Jose. Run off the extra holiday baggage at this 5K run benefiting Christmas in the Park and Downtown Ice. Come dressed as your favorite holiday character or tradition. 3 p.m. $8-$45. santarunsv.com or 888.810.2063. • • • • •. Third Thursday: Holiday Music. San Jose Museum of Art, 110 S. Market St., San Jose. The Silicon Valley Chapter of the American Harp Society fills the museum galleries with angelic sounds. Complimentary hot cocoa and cookies. 5-8 p.m. $5-$10. 408.291.5374.

An ad hoc committee led by council members vintage italian perforated charcoal leather ballet flats with ribbon embellishment , size : eu 37 / us women's 6 1/2 Joe Pirzynski and Marcia Jensen has proposed a zoning amendment that includes just three parcels where firearms dealers could legally locate, One of the locations is not 611 University Ave., which is Templar’s address, But there’s a parcel directly across the street from Templar that meets the criteria, as well as two others between University Avenue and Winchester Boulevard, just north of Blossom Hill Road, The planning commission considered the land use issue at its Aug, 28 meeting, Planning commissioners grappled with a variety of questions, but basically the discussion came down to if Templar is in the central business district or if it’s downtown, The two areas apply different criteria to non-conforming businesses, which is what Templar would become if the proposed zoning amendment is approved..

It’s not hard to remember why voters were angry in 2003: With memories of rolling blackouts still fresh, a seemingly intractable budget deficit and a governor who was re-elected in 2002 mainly because his GOP opponent ran so poorly, Californians were hungry for change. And they thought Schwarzenegger was it. Voters saw “this bigger-than-life celebrity who was talking about ‘blowing up the boxes’ and sweeping clean the halls of the Capitol,” said former Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante, who finished a distant second to Schwarzenegger. “They were hoping they had found someone who would be a leader, who could deliver on his words.”.

Usha Srinivasan, co-founder and president of Sangam Arts, a local nonprofit that attempts to connect cultures through the arts, has launched a new initiative, Mosaic, that will aim to bring people of diverse backgrounds together in cultural collaborations, On a recent Monday night in Saratoga, three flute players performed in the community room of the Saratoga Public Library, One played vintage italian perforated charcoal leather ballet flats with ribbon embellishment , size : eu 37 / us women's 6 1/2 a Persian ney, another the Indian bansuri and the third played the western classical flute, The program was arranged by Usha Srinivasan, president and co-founder, along with Priya Das, of Sangam Arts, a local nonprofit that attempts to connect cultures through the arts, The group’s pilot event on Monday sought to do just that, by bringing flutists of different backgrounds together to “demonstrate the common threads between cultures and celebrate diversity,” said Srinivasan..

Oshman Family JCC: Zinzi Clemmons, “What We Lose.” 8 p.m. Nov. 2. Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. $10-25. http://www.paloaltojcc.org or 650-223-8700. Los Altos History Museum: “Catch the Spirit.” 1:30 p.m. Nov. 15. Authors’ Showcase, with Ann Heffron, Susan Bickford, Diana Chan, Ryan Dietzen, Mary Feliz, Donald McPhail, Fritz Trapnell and Barbara Wilcox. Los Altos History Museum, 51 S. San Antonio Road, Los Altos. Free. https://losaltoshistory.org/events/catch-the-spirit-2/.