“Yo-Yo’s and Half Squares”: 20 works by Bay Area quiltmakers display complex asymmetrical patterns, Sept. 10-Feb. 21; Oakland Museum of California; $6.95-$15.95; 510-318-8400, www.museumca.org. “Italian American Cinema: From Capra to the Coppolas”: Documents, text and video clips include Valentino, Vincente Minnelli and Penny Marshall (Masciarelli), Sept. 15-March 6; Museo ItaloAmericano at Fort Mason Center, San Francisco; free; 415-673-2200; www.museoitaloamericano.org.
None of the things proposed by the president is likely to reduce gun violence, Like other restrictions on people’s ability to defend themselves, or to deter attacks by showing that they are armed, these new restrictions can cost more lives on net balance, The most we can hope for is that the effects of the new Obama-created rules will be nil, rather than harmful, Like most other gun control advocates, Obama invoked scenes of mass shootings, as if what he is proposing would have prevented those tragedies, But almost invariably, mass shootings occur in gun-free settings, Yet gun control zealots seem ballet flats forever 21 determined to create more gun-free settings..
The Heinemans already owned — and lived on — the property on Greenville Road, and sold wine grapes to other labels. In large part, the winery was a way for Rich (along with his friends) to have something post-retirement. What he calls a “modern retirement,” he said is an oft-discussed topic in the tasting room. “A lot of folks come into the tasting room and say, ‘Oh, yeah, you’re living your dream,'” Rich said. “I could have been a regular retired person. I chose to be this.”.
Calefati was honored for her two-part investigative series on K12 Inc., a publicly traded Virginia-based company that operates a profitable but low-performing statewide network of online schools, Three months after the series ran, California Attorney General Kamala Harris reached a $168.5 million settlement with K12 over claims it manipulated attendance records and overstated its students’ success — two key findings of Calefati’s reporting, The project by Calefati, ballet flats forever 21 who now works for the nonprofit Sacramento-based journalism site CALmatters, was also honored last year by the Society of Professional Journalism’s Northern California chapter, Projects by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and Reuters took second and third place in the Headliner contest..
• • • • •. On the other side of Highway 9, The Vines of Los Gatos at 346 N. Santa Cruz Ave. has changed its name to Fernwood Cellars Tasting Room. That’s appropriate since the tasting room will only serve Fernwood Cellars wines going forward. Owner Matt Oetinger said the name change “clears up any confusion about who and what we are.” The tasting room is open Thursdays through Sundays. • • • • •. Harrell of Los Gatos is a boutique showroom that recently opened at 233 N. Santa Cruz. It’s staffed by kitchen and bath designers, and stocked with cabinets, fixtures and hardware for folks who are building or remodeling. Although Harrell is new to town, its name may be familiar as it is a longtime sponsor of Los Gatos Plein Air, the annual fine art show and sale scheduled for June 16-19.
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