The Bridges of Madison County: Through April 29, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. Musical romance about the roads we travel and the bridges we dare to cross. $45-$105. mvcpa.com. Ragged Wing Ensemble Presents: A Different Long Stretch of Earth: Through April 28. The Flight Deck, 1540 Broadway, Oakland. This original play written by Addie Ulrey was inspired by the Old West, as well as her work with nonprofit arts and social justice groups. $25-$45. www.raggedwing.org.
Friends Bookstore: The Friends of the Saratoga Libraries have opened another used bookstore, offering a constantly changing inventory of approximately 500 hardcover and paperback books for adults, children and teens, All proceeds directly benefit the Saratoga Library, Joan Pisani Community Center lounge, 19655 Allendale Ave., Saratoga, Saratoga Village Certified Farmers Market: Local farmers with fresh fruit and produce, fresh fish, food specialties and handmade crafts from local artisans, Wednesdays, 2:30-7 ballet shoes cards, watercolor art notecards, set of 12 p.m, Blaney Plaza, Saratoga Village, saratogachamber.org or 408-867-0753..
— Jim Harrington (@jimthecritic) May 12, 2018. She proved she could do big with the best in the business, as she convincingly rocked through such stadium-sized anthems as “Look What You Made Me Do” and “End Game” amid a swirl of flashy dance routines, cool stage props and pricey special effects. Yet just when things were getting a bit too hectic, Swift would slow things down and just let her personality and smile carry the evening for a while. She understands the importance of a properly paced show as well as any pop star in the business. And, fortunately, her game is well-rounded enough that she can excel equally at every different aspect of the show. That hasn’t always been the case. Even three years ago, on the tour in support of “1989,” Swift was a slightly uneven entertainer, as she was still fingering out how to go from country singer-songwriter to big-time pop star.
Ticketed shows are $5 each and go on sale Tuesday, June 17, They can be purchased by calling the Lesher Center Ticket Office at 925-943-SHOW (7469) or by visiting www.LesherARTSCenter.org, It’s “The Skull Show,” which also will highlight the ballet shoes cards, watercolor art notecards, set of 12 role the skull has played in the contemporary arts, exploring its appearance in counter cultures such as skate, surf, tattoo, as well as urban graffiti projects, The Bedford Gallery is in the Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Dr, in Walnut Creek, For more information, go to bedfordgallery.org..
“Our shelves are empty,” CWHH Director Peter Stiehler wrote in a newsletter. “In all the years we’ve been operating our dining room and shelter, our food and toiletry supplies have never been so low. I’ve been scratching my head wondering, ‘How did we go through our supplies by mid-summer? Usually they last until Thanksgiving.'”. After thinking about it, Stiehler realized that for the past year, CWHH has been serving five days a week at the dining room instead of four days as was done for the past nearly 19 years, which is a 20 percent increase in the number of meals served! It stands to reason that this is what has caused the food and other supplies to dwindle faster.
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