Come dance the night away to the popular sounds of The Unauthorized Rolling Stones — always a crowd favorite. For your eating pleasures, the Taco Man will be on hand serving up Mexican favorites. Dessert and additional food stations will also be available to help satisfy everyone’s appetite. A no-host wine and beer bar will be offered along with signature sangrias and refreshing (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) margaritas. To add to the fun, Spanish attire is highly encouraged as prizes for best costumes will be awarded the same evening. If you don’t win in the costume contest, maybe your chances will be better at our Silent Auction. Five outstanding items will be available for all to bid on throughout the evening. In addition, a 50/50 raffle will take place for yet another chance to win.
Nah, let’s just get to the latest chapter in the hyperdrama that is known as Taylor Swift’s revolving-boyfriend love life, Her most recent ex, Calvin Harris, blasted her in a bitter Twitter rant Wednesday, The two ex-lovers, who broke up in May after 15 months together, could at least agree on one thing, Both dance with your heart - ballerina card - happy birthday - ballet, ballerina, dance,princess, pointe shoes, ballet feeds my soul acknowledged Wednesday that his Grammy-winning ex-girlfriend penned the words for his monster hit with Rihanna, “This Is What We Came For.”, Any agreement ends there, The Scottish DJ, 32, griped that Swift’s camp leaked news of their collaboration on the song — which they had agreed to keep secret — in order to make him look bad..
Losing this San Jose institution is hitting a lot of people hard, and not just because they will miss the veal saltimbocca, the flourless chocolate cake or whatever their favorite menu item is. Elizabeth Monley, a real estate broker and History San Jose board member, summed it up well. “Paolo’s has been a prom date, graduation date, date-date, special birthday, anniversary, Mother’s Day place for me,” she said, adding, It’s “like hearing a piece of my story is just disappearing. I’m sure I’m not alone in that.”.
On the other end of the spectrum but equally mesmerizing, cellist Peter Wyrick and dance with your heart - ballerina card - happy birthday - ballet, ballerina, dance,princess, pointe shoes, ballet feeds my soul pianist Roy Bogas open Del Valle Fine Arts’ five-performance season at 8 p.m, Saturday, Wyrick has served as associate principal and soloist with the San Francisco Symphony since 1999, Bogas arrives with career awards (he won the 1962 International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow) and a special grace from his years playing for the San Francisco Ballet, String your heart to Bay Area-based talent for the night’s serenade of cello and piano duets, Tickets are $28-42..
“Frances Ha” (R, 86 minutes, The Criterion Collection): The writer-director of this small, gemlike coming-of-age comedy is Noah Baumbach, son of former Village Voice film critic Georgia Brown and author Jonathan Baumbach. Three of its most arresting supporting players — Mickey Sumner, Grace Gummer and Charlotte D’Amboise — are the daughters of Sting, Meryl Streep and ballet star Jacques D’Amboise. Not to be outdone, the incandescent star of “Frances Ha,” Greta Gerwig, casts her own parents as her character’s mom and dad, roles they play with a bracing lack of self-consciousness or patronizing irony in a movie set squarely in that fraught nether-region between arrested adolescence and adulthood. Writing with Gerwig, Baumbach has created a fey, sneakily charming generational touchstone on a par with “Annie Hall” and his own “Kicking and Screaming.” And he has created a spectacular showcase for Gerwig, a creaturely, almost feral sprite whose instincts and born-ready camera presence have long been staples of hand-made indie productions, but have yet to find their rightful purchase in mainstream Hollywood. Contains sexual references and profanity. Extras include conversations between Baumbach and filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich, and among Baumbach, Gerwig and filmmaker Sarah Polley; featurette on the look of the film with Baumbach, director of photography Sam Levy and creative director Pascal Dangin; and booklet featuring an essay by playwright Annie Baker.
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