“It’s a really intimate portrayal of five of my students and a powerful portrayal of how my work is created,” said Crowell, who has been artistic director at Destiny Arts for 25 years. The company presents an eight- to nine-show run in the spring every year and does performances out in the community for different events and conferences amounting to about 25 performances a year. The company has an annual audience of about 25,000 people and just finished presenting sold-out performances of its spring premiere of “Seed Language: A New Identity” in mid-April.
The operators of the El Cerrito Kennel Club, the greyhound racetrack that operated in the city from 1932 to early 1939, were masterful with promotions to keep the 10,000-capacity stands full, A typical evening could feature 11 races and added attractions such as boxing or wrestling matches, a post-race dance in the clubhouse or drawings for a new Plymouth, One of the most memorable promotions black leather pointed shoes womens soft moccasin flat everyday handmade loafers fashion slip on mules black slippers ballet flat came in 1934, the track s third year of operation, when the attractions included a drawing for a Plymouth sedan, a race featuring the famous Hollywood monkey jockeys riding greyhounds in a race (and presumably wearing jockey silks), and the main attraction, pretty girls riding the famous racing ostriches..
By Harrison Smith | Washington Post. Hugh Masekela, a South African trumpeter and singer who formed a musical bridge between two continents, mixing American jazz with African folk in records that made him an early avatar of world music and a joyful standard-bearer of his country’s anti-apartheid movement, died Jan. 23 in Johannesburg. He was 78. Masekela (moss-ay-KAY-lah) had been diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2008. His family announced the death in a statement. Bra Hugh, as he was affectionately known in South Africa, played the flugelhorn and cornet, as well as the trumpet, and he drew from genres as disparate as disco and mbaqanga, a style of South African dance music. He explored the percussion-heavy sound of Afrobeat, collaborated with trumpeter Herb Alpert on a pair of jazz-funk records, performed with the London Symphony Orchestra, and scored a No. 1 hit with a pop instrumental – the sunny 1968 track “Grazing in the Grass.”.
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Monta Vista High School sophomore Sheetal Rao and Cupertino High School sophomore Pranjal Mishra are also semifinalists. San Jose students who will perform at the semifinals are Leland High School freshman Kristen Champlin, Leonard Herman Intermediate School eighth-grader Catherine Wellwood, and Willow Glen Middle School eighth-graders Ava Congleton and Trinity White. Eighth-grader Fiona Fulton-Moskowitz will represent Hillview Middle School in Menlo Park, contestant Sabrina Kazemipour is a sophomore at Sacred Heart Preparatory in Atherton and semifinalist Julia Owens is a junior at the Pinewood School in Los Altos.
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