If it weren’t so tragic to the public’s well-being, I suppose I’d also follow the others and rave and clap too at their performances. It’s a free “dog-and-pony show” that one gets to participate in, but sometimes the head clown only let’s each speaker do so for a minute (obviously in order to limit what one can say and how much fun one can have). I also roller blade and bike about the mostly deserted downtown business district, where there aren’t too many shoppers or cars to run into. How safe can entertainment be?.
Guys & Dolls: Saratoga High School presents the classic musical based on Damon Runyon’s stories, April 29-30, 7:30 p.m, McAfee Performing Arts Center, 20300 Herriman Ave., Saratoga, $10 students/seniors; $15 general, saratogahigh.org, Cafe Pink House: April 29-30, Wally Schnalle and IdiotFish CD Release Concerts, $20, Cafe Pink House: April 29-30, Wally Schnalle and IdiotFish CD Release Concerts, dance shoes / ballet life planner stickers $20, May 4, John Stowell and Michael Zilber, $15, May 5, Carla Helmbrecht, $15, May 6, Ricardo Peixoto Group, $15, All shows at 7:30 p.m, unless otherwise noted, 14577 Big Basin Way, Saratoga, 408-647-2273, cafepinkhouse.com..
“It brings us closer together,” Sukov said, “It helps build and maintain a sense of community, which is needed these days.”. This year’s Stroll introduced a few new twists. Motorcycle police from all over the state came to participate in a motorcycle rodeo and agility competition at the Thousand Oaks school. At one end of the avenue, children enjoyed climbing a rock wall and taking their chances in the dunk tank. With the Solano Avenue Association no doubt already planning for the milestone 40th Stroll next year, board member Cheasty summed up what so many had experienced firsthand on a perfect September day.
“Akron”: A tragic childhood event threatens the intensifying relationship between two college freshmen in this heartfelt feature debut from Sasha King and Brian O’Donnell, The two leads — Matthew Frias and Edmund Donovan — are not only likable but have great chemistry, “Akron” stumbles a few times, especially with a clumsy narrative development near the end, but it’s dance shoes / ballet life planner stickers still quite a find, (June 17, the Castro; June 25, The Victoria), “Spa Night”: A caring, closeted young man in Los Angeles juggles family and cultural traditions as he seeks his own liberation and sexual satisfaction while working at a spa, Curious about what goes on between other men in the sauna, he eventually gives in to his desires in Andrew Ahn’s impressive first but slow-paced feature debut, As the confused David, Joe Seo justly received a breakthrough award at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, (June 23, The Castro)..
Teen Movie Tuesday: 3:30-5:30 p.m. March 3. Teens are invited to watch a movie and enjoy some snacks in the library. This month, the film is “Big Hero 6.”. Free Homework Help: 4-6 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. Kids and teens can get homework help in all subjects from responsible teen volunteers. To become a tutor, call Lynne Noone at 925-646-5455. Computer Help: noon-2 p.m. Tuesdays. All ages can get one-on-one assistance with basic computer programs, Internet or using mobile devices like tablets or smartphones. Computer docent Brandon will be on hand to assist those needing help.
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