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Finally, the trio dances brought out the very best in all of the dancers, both celeb and pro. I had two favorites: the jazz number by Bindi, Derek and Mark Ballas, which was creative, complicated and clean, and the Charleston by Carlos, Witney and Karina Smirnoff, which was snappy and really showed Carlos leading the two women in the routine. I felt that both dances should have gotten perfect scores, but while Bindi did get that 30, Carlos came up one point short with a 29. Unfortunately for Nick and Sharna, Nick totally lost track of their tango routine that require Sharna to give him a pep talk right in the middle of the dance! I was worried that he was done on the show, but I give him credit for coming back strong in the dance-off and trio dance.And I was not impressed by the contemporary routine by Carlos and Witney. There seemed to be very little dancing in the number and I wasn’t wowed by Carlos’ rope work at the end of the performance. Julianne Hough thought there was a loss of connection between Carlos and Witney, and Carrie Ann said, “I didn’t quite get it,” to a chorus of boos from the audience.

Foothill Music Theatre, “South Pacific.” July 24 through Aug, 10, By Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, Directed by Milissa Carey, Music direction by Mark Hanson, Choreography by Michael Ryken, 7:30 p.m, Smithwick Theatre, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los women leather shoes. women flats. ballet flats. handmade ballet flats. brown leather shoes. shoes women. italian leather shoes. Altos Hills, $10-$32, www.foothillmusicals.com or 650-949-7360, Los Altos Stage Company and Los Altos Youth Theatre, “The Wizard of Oz.” Through Aug, 3, Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hillview Ave., Los Altos, $15-$20, www.losaltosstage.org or 650-941-0551..

She practiced on bananas and oranges. She practiced on Lowe. And she stuck needles in her mom. “I’m an easy stick,” Jan said. “It barely hurt. A mom’s gotta do what a mom’s gotta do.”. Kimberly Reichardt passed the needles portion of the test. That left the sterile gloves. She had to wash her hands and put on gloves without touching anything but the gloves. And she had to do it in front of a nurse instructor. The instructor asked her, “Can you even do this?” Jan Reichardt said.

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Derek Burns is the innovative chef behind the Surf Spot cuisine. Burns lives in Pacifica, but has worked in some of the top San Francisco restaurants. Pacifica entrepreneur Tait Cowan and Sea Bowl owner Dave Szeto are his partners in the $1 million and counting investment. The Surf Spot transformed the space where Gem Patio had been into a restaurant with a lot more than an ordinary restaurant offers. Indoor and outdoor dining is available on a wrap-around porch and outdoor private cabanas. Beach volleyball and horseshoes are available. Outdoor barbecue pits, one big enough for a whole pig, line up along a hillside path that leads to the rooftop deck of a stage. The stage below will be Pacifica’s first permanent outdoor venue for music. An outdoor “festival” kitchen will have a wood-burning pizza oven.