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Emerson’s longtime partner, Mari Kawaguchi, called police to his condominium in Santa Monica, about 1:30 a.m. Emerson had an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, police said. “It’s being investigated as a suicide,” Sgt. Erika Aklufi said. Kawaguchi told police that Emerson could have died anywhere between Thursday evening and Friday morning. “Keith was a gentle soul whose love for music and passion for his performance as a keyboard player will remain unmatched for many years to come,” his former bandmate, drummer Carl Palmer, said in a statement. “He was a pioneer and an innovator whose musical genius touched all of us in the worlds of rock, classical and jazz. I will always remember his warm smile, good sense of humor, compelling showmanship and dedication to his musical craft. I am very lucky to have known him and to have made the music we did together.”.

In 2011, when he was laid off from his Sony corporate job, Kitaoka viewed it as an opportunity to pursue his passion full time, He has already carved out a sterling reputation as a commercial publicity ballet slippers and production performance photographer, His work has been seen in ad campaigns and in such publications as Huffington Post, Parade Magazine and American Theatre Magazine, Kitaoka has shot such luminaries as Joan Baez and Kathie Lee Gifford, as well as symphony conductors and Tony Award-winning composers, directors, actors, producers and playwrights, He views his subjects as collaborators in the process..

“In today’s day and age, when most kids are into Twitter and talking in 140 characters, or using Vines and YouTube, I feel like I have gone retro,” she says. Maalvika has been a doodler for years, which is where the original sketches for the characters were first born. During a recent summer trip to India, the family went to a museum and Maalvika was inspired by some cartooning she saw. She returned to Cupertino ready to draw. “I was inspired by the challenge of making an observation and blending it with humor to make a statement,” she says.

Peninsula Youth Theatre, “Stories on Stage: Creepy Carrots.” 9:30 and 11 a.m, Oct, 13, and 11:30 a.m, and 1:30 p.m, Oct, 14, Adaptation by Dexter Fidler of the book by Aaron Reynolds, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts Second Stage, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, $8-$10, or 650-903-6000, Pear Theatre, “An Enemy of the People.” Oct, 19 through Nov, 12, By Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, Directed by Betsy Kruse Craig, Featuring Steven Guire Knight, Hannah Mary Keller, Rich Holman, Matt Brown, Michael Craig, John Musgravel, ballet slippers Mohana Rajagopal, Anthony Silk, Ron Talbot, Jerry Hitchcock and Mihaela Robb, Pear Theatre, 1110 La Avenida St., Mountain View, $15-$35; or 650-254-1148..

Haunted Howloween Party at Wag Hotels: 6-8 p.m. Oct. 26, 1025 Hansen Way. Beer, wine, light snacks. Costume contes, local vendors, silent auction and more. Canine and humans invited. Goblin Walk: 4-5:30 p.m. Oct. 27, 600–800 blocks of Laurel Street. For children 7 and under. Dress in costume and trick-or-treat at businesses with the ‘Goblin Walk Stop Sign’. SAN FRANCISCO. Ghirardelli Halloween: Noon-4 p.m. Oct. 28, Ghirardelli Square, 900 North Point Street, West Plaza. Children’s activities: balloon art, caricatures, face painting, magic, music, trick-or-treating from store to store, and more. Free pumpkin decorating for the first 100 guests at Maker Studio, located in the Lower Plaza.

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