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“Then on New Year’s Day, we are not supposed to eat meat, we are supposed to be vegetarian. Then the next day we go out and visit family and friends and wish them ‘Happy New Year,’ and we pass out red envelopes with money to children,” Lau said. He said not eating meat on the day of new years is a family tradition, not something observed by everyone. “Traditionally we make a lot of traditional pastries and share them with our family and friends,” Lau said.

July 4th Fest: Nightly, July 2-4, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, 1001 Fairgrounds Drive, Experience the park during the day, then watch the fireworks at night, Find online admission and gate prices at www.sixflags.com/discoverykingdom, Celebration and Fireworks Show: 5-10 p.m, Andrews Park, 614 E, Monte Vista Ave, An evening of music and fireworks under the stars, www.downtownvacaville.com, July 4th ParKoncert: 6-7 p.m, hanging wooden sign ballerina dancer fairy wings shabby chic ballet shoes victorian valentine gift for her french decor ornate l Civic Park, 1375 Civic Drive, Featuring the Walnut Creek Concert Band, 4th of July music and patriotic favorites, Free, http://walnutcreekband.org..

Under the direction of conductor Marin Alsop, Cabrillo has become one of the preeminent forums for new music on the West Coast. This season features numerous premieres, including Hannah Lash’s “Eating Flowers,” which was commissioned by the festival and gets its world premiere as part of the Aug. 15 Santa Cruz Civic concert titled “Wish You Were Here.” Every other piece on the program is a West Coast premiere, including Sean Shepherd’s percussion-laden “Blue Blazes” and Nico Muhly’s gamelan-inspired “Wish You Were Here.”.

While clearly intrigued by the brave new world, Cellista also keenly evokes the city’s rapidly receding past, like on “Used to Be Orchards,” a title she gleaned from an artist’s display she “stumbled on at San Jose’s Kaleid Art Gallery.” hanging wooden sign ballerina dancer fairy wings shabby chic ballet shoes victorian valentine gift for her french decor ornate l She even includes an almost unrecognizable arrangement of Burt Bacharach’s “Do You Know the Way to San Jose” with new lyrics by Silicon Valley hip-hop artist and educator Dem One (Demone Carter), Partly funded by a Kickstarter campaign, “the album slowly but surely came together, with so many collaborators coming from different places,” Cellista says, “My strength might be curating content, A lot of those tracks, the interludes, I recorded myself when I couldn’t sleep at night, It was conceived to serve as a soundtrack for a multimedia piece.”..

An art exhibit and reception is planned for from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Jan. 16. During this exhibit and reception, dancer-poet Allegra Silberstein, former poet laureate of Davis and member of the Senior Dance Coalition, will perform a piece to poetry of E.E. Cummings. Takako Miyashita, an ikebana artist, will perform a dance to a prose poem written in Japanese, and translated into English. Her costume is designed by noted Los Angeles designer Eloise Paris. The Mighty Pens Poetry group from Alameda Community Learning Center will also dance to an original poem.


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