Stream these: “Garden,” “Chili Town”. Show info: 9 p.m. April 13-14; The Chapel, San Francisco; $20-$22, www.ticketfly.com. Toots and the Maytals: It’s reggae royalty time, as the one and only Toots Hibbert and his mighty Maytals head back to town. The Jamaica band, which got its start way back in 1962, is known for such classic cuts as “Pressure Drop, “54-46 That’s My Number” and the groundbreaking “Do the Reggay” (reportedly the first song to use the word “reggae”).
Nothing so lyrical has been written about work since Marx (in “The German Ideology”) described a communist society that “makes it possible for me to … hunt in the morning, fish in the afternoon, rear 2 colors! handmade soft leather flat shoes,oxford women shoes, flat shoes, slip-ons, loafers, ballet shoes,black shoes, gray sho cattle in the evening, criticize after dinner.”, Pelosi’s vision is equally idyllic except for one thing: The taxes of the American factory worker — grinding away dutifully at his repetitive mind-numbing job — will be subsidizing the voluntary unemployment of the artiste in search of his muse, A rather paradoxical position for the party that poses as tribune of the working man..
The San Francisco Ballet: Since premiering 15 years ago, Helgi Tomasson’s “Nutcracker” has become an essential part of the Bay Area’s holiday experience, which is pretty much what he intended. Set in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights around the conclusion of World War I, the ballet employs Tchaikovsky’s complete score in the composer’s intended sequence. It’s more than a showcase for the company’s extraordinary dancers; the lavish décor, sets and costumes are a marvel unto themselves. Details: Dec. 12-29; War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco; $29-$429; 415-865-2000, www.sfballet.org.
Dancin’ broads in boas kept the flim, the flam and the glam going all night — led by Rhythmix founder Janet Koike (and spouse to Big Lou), Lou called out numbers, G-54, N-43, B-4 … nothing, But after a few games, I knew my number was up — in a good way, Right after a break and a fancy dance interlude to “Hey Big Spender” with Lou tossing out fake bills, Game 4 began with a prize of 25 big ones to the Alameda Bike Shop, 2 colors! handmade soft leather flat shoes,oxford women shoes, flat shoes, slip-ons, loafers, ballet shoes,black shoes, gray sho All I needed was N-31, Come on N-31 … got it! I mean, “Bingo!” I jumped up in triumph, eagerly accepting my proper pummeling, Then, feeling on the level, I donated the prize back to the cause..
“That’s what’s really important and key for us in order to maintain that authenticity and representation of our people. Cultural booths will showcase the richness of various cultures in Oakley and help foster appreciation for shared identity. At each booth, representatives of a specific culture will share that culture through displays and activities. Among the booths for this year are Iran, Mexico, France, Philippines, India, Nigeria, Guatemala and others. You, Me, We = Oakley sponsors the booths and all activities are free.
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