Chef Peter Armellion of the Plumed Horse is the celebrity chef for the evening. Tickets for the entire evening are $1,000. Post-party tickets are $175, and tickets for the ballet performance only are $45 to $125. It takes place at the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose. The evening will benefit Ballet San Jose’s Live Music Fund and its arts education program. For more information or reservations, visit www.balletsj.org or call 408.288.2820, ext. 213. The theme for this year’s show is “Playlist: Groovin’ in the Key of Life.”.
This newly founded PFI kept many of the same traditions that has made the Fog Fest a success from its very first year including the Discover Pacifica Parade, the Friday night Fandango at the Sanchez Adobe, wonderful arts and crafts booths, Family Fun Fest, Classic Car Show, great entertainment on stage and at street corners, lots of sumptuous food, tiny dancer, print, printable, sign, poster, nursery decor, nursery wall art, ballet shoes, ballerina, girls room, wall art, gir wine and, of course, Fog Cutters, The Fog Jog, sponsored by the PB&R Department and the Pacifica Tribune, continued its Sunday morning tradition as did the wonderful display of old Pacifica photos provided by the Pacifica Historical Society..
If council members think the union-backed plan is too steep a hike, they could pass their own minimum wage increase or put a competing measure on the ballot. One idea being bandied about by business groups is a measure to increase the minimum wage to around $12.50 over several years in tandem with neighboring cities. Last week, Berkeley’s City Council voiced support for a phased-in minimum wage increase to $12.53 by Oct. 1, 2016. The couple met two years ago at Oakland’s East Bay Church. The live together in North Oakland.
Margie Siegal and Harley-Davidson Motorcycles, Celebrate the legend of Harley Davidson Motorcycles with Vintage Editor for IronWorks tiny dancer, print, printable, sign, poster, nursery decor, nursery wall art, ballet shoes, ballerina, girls room, wall art, gir Motorcycle Magazine and frequent contributor to Motorcycle Classics Magazine, Margie Siegal, and her indispensable guide, “Harley-Davidson: A History of the World’s Most Famous Motorcycle.” Bring your beautiful bike for a chance to win Margie’s Best Motorcycle Award, 7 p.m, June 14, Books Inc., 1344 Park St., Alameda, Free, 510-522-2226, www.booksinc.net..
A new exhibition at De Anza College’s Euphrat Museum of Art tackles the topic of social justice — or the lack thereof — with a variety of thought-provoking pieces. It’s called “Justice For All?,” and it’s centerpiece is “Liberty Weeps,” a compelling cardboard sculpture by Joseph Delappe that depicts the Statue of Liberty crying with her face in her hands. It perfectly captures the tone of the show, which is on display through March 23. It’s far from the only powerful piece, with others taking on the injustice of Executive Order 9066, which led to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, limits on freedom of speech and police brutality.
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