San Jose Nutcracker: Featuring scenes from San Jose history. Dec. Through 24. Hammer Theatre, 101 Paseo de San Antonio, San Jose. Tickets start at $19. http://sanjosenutcracker.com. Alcoholidaze—Another Round: San Jose Stage Company is serving up another round of their two-night holiday cabaret, featuring Stage regulars Allison F. Rich, Keith Pinto, Courtney Hatcher, Will Springhorn, Jr. and Alison Ewing. Dec. 21-22. The Stage, 490 S. First St., San Jose. $30-$45. https://www.thestage.org/tickets, 408-283-7142.
Not all skaters are happy about the decision to contest the Olympic team medal before the individual events they’ve trained for most of their lives, But Wagner, 22, is “all in,” brushing off suggestions that helping the United States win a team medal could tire her out, blue bridal shoes, indian ethnic juttis, embellished wedding shoes, white beaded punjabi juttis, indian footwear, blue ballet sh risk injury or otherwise compromise her goal of a women’s medal, assuming she’s named to the Sochi-bound team on Sunday, as expected, “I think this is only going to enhance my Olympic experience,” Wagner said of the team event this week, “It’s an extra opportunity to get onto that Olympic ice and kind of get your feet wet, With the camaraderie that exists on the team, I think it’ll be so cool to go out and compete with your friends.”..
The 19 images of coastal seascapes and Sierra Nevada views represent for Buranzon “a distillation, a very personal vision of the land and sea.” He especially likes fall and winter, finding the sky is more dynamic in those seasons. The images are primarily in color and range in size from 10 by 15 inches to 20 by 30 inches. Buranzon would like his photography to motivate the viewer to want to come see the beautiful natural landscape, to encourage a “return to a place again and again.”.
RESTAURANTS, Teske’s Germania: In San Jose, this historic restaurant-beer hall amps up its year-round German fare with blue bridal shoes, indian ethnic juttis, embellished wedding shoes, white beaded punjabi juttis, indian footwear, blue ballet sh Oktoberfest music from now through the end of October, The Internationals will play on several Friday nights (Sept, 22, 29, and Oct, 6, 13, 20, 27) and Saturday nights (Oct, 7, 14, 21, 28), Seating is first come, first served, Doors open at 5 p.m.; entertainment starts at 6:30 at 255 N, First St. www.teskes-germania.com, Speisekammer: On three upcoming Sundays (Sept, 24, Oct, 1 and 8) this traditional German restaurant in Alameda will host Oktoberfests with live music (in weekly order: Big Lou’s Polka Casserole, Gruber Family Band, Polkageist), grilled meats, dancing and bounce house, Noon to 6 p.m, at 2424 Lincoln Ave., Alameda, No reservations; arrive early to assure seating, Want to practice your German? Every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m, a German Stammrisch group get-together is held, www.speisekammer.com..
Ultimately, said Morgan, the exhibit is an attempt at exploring truth and reconciliation in history and “the notion of whether there can be historical reconciliation for the genocide that was perpetrated against the Native Americans.”. The “Ohlone Elders & Youth Speak: Restoring a California Legacy” exhibit opens at the California History Center at De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, on Oct. 23 and runs through the end of the year. The exhibit is free for viewing Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday by appointment. For more information, call 408-864-8712.
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