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My only lowlight of Week 2 was Chris and Witney, who performed a half-hearted, too casual cha-cha-cha. He messed up some of the steps and looked awkward. Len delicately said he “got into a bit of a pickle” but he may be heading home next week unless his fan base can come through for him. Next week is Latin Week so we’ll see how everyone adjusts. It ought to be interesting. I can only hope that Patti LaBelle, who suffered a knee injury in rehearsal but who gutted it out to perform a hot cha-cha-cha, can hang in there. Her positive attitude just lights up the ballroom. See you next week — keep dancing.

SAN JOSE — Reclining casually in a loveseat at The Hub — Santa Clara County’s drop-in center for foster youth — Tony Mora, 23, talks of growing up hostile, with little to care about and something to prove, He was in and out of juvenile ballet flats that fold up hall and jail despite a caring foster home and, in a tale that’s common to many of the hundreds served at the “by us, for us” one-stop services shop, it was The Hub that turned his life around, And, like his cohorts at the home-away-from-home, Mora’s elated about the news that the county is upgrading their digs, with supervisors unanimously approving the purchase of a permanent center on Parkmoor Avenue near San Jose City College..

While admission is free, food and drink isn’t. This event is put on each year by the Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau. There are sponsorship packages still available that range from $800 to $50,000. For more information call the chamber at 925-934-2007. The Walnut Creek Civic Pride Foundation has extended the deadline for the brick program to June 30. The Foundation is trying to raise more than $325,000 for the playground. Two sizes of bricks are available for individuals or families — 4-by-8-inches for $100, and 8-by-8-inches for $250.

Commonwealth Club: Khizr Khan, “A Gold Star Father’s Story of Hope and Sacrifice,” 7 p.m, Dec, 5, Schultz Cultural Hall, Oshman Famiy JCC, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto, $8-$60 (premium ticket ballet flats that fold up includes book and priority seating),, Kepler’s Books: Andy Weir, “Artemis,” 7:30 p.m, Nov, 20, Mary Otto, “Teeth: The Story of Beauty, Inequality, and the Struggle for Oral Health in America,” with Angie Coiro, 7:30 p.m, Nov, 28, Daniel Golden, “Spy Schools: How the CIA, FBI, and Foreign Intelligence Secretly Exploit America’s Universities,” with Angie Coiro, 7:30 p.m, Nov, 29, Kepler’s Books, 1010 El Camino Real, Menlo Park,

But “Wheel” has long played up the absurdity of Vanna’s role. Indeed, it playfully mocks her silence at live tapings, where Sajak often teases her for not having (or really needing) a microphone. “Oh, you don’t have a mike?” He asks. “Go ahead and talk into my chest, and take all the time you need!”. Vanna obliges, the audience laughs, and their banter continues. She calls him “boss,” He calls her “one hot babe.”. Vanna chalks all this up to the absurdity of her job.

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