Honored as Women Demonstrating Leadership will be Walnut Creek resident Linda Fodrini-Johnson, executive director of Eldercare Services; and Betty Geishirt Cantrell, director of SparkPoint Contra Costa, based in Richmond and Bay Point. Women Working for Justice honors will go to Nati Flores of Antioch, program manager of Michael Chavez Center and Monument Community Partnership in Concord. The Women Improving Health Care honoree will be Janet Frazier of Oakley, founder of Network of Care. The gala awards celebration, held as part of International Women’s History Month, starts with a 5:30 p.m. social hour, followed at 6:30 p.m. by dinner and the awards program, featuring KPIX-TV journalist and news anchor Ann Notarangelo.
Deep Reading Exhibit: Artwork ballerina, portrait, ballet dancer, original oil painting 16"x12" / 40x30cm that looks at the intersection of humanity and technology and traditional practices in the digital age, including one-of-a-kind, small edition and digital artists’ books with computer-woven tapestries, as well as paintings, geolocation-based AR (augmented reality), prints, animation and sculpture, Special installation with Chesa Caparas’ Stanford Human Rights Fellowship project and artists’ books by De Anza College Art and Design students, Presented in conjunction with Silicon Valley Reads, Through March 20, Euphrat Museum of Art, De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, Gallery hours Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m, 408-864-5464, deanza.edu/euphrat..
This is Our Youth: Northside Theatre Company stages Kenneth Lonergan’s play, set in 1982 on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The comedy follows 48 hours of three very lost young souls in the big city at the dawn of the Reagan Era. Through March 3. 848 E. William St. $17-$22. 408-483-5455, www.northsidetheatre.com. Cats: Broadway San Jose presents one of the biggest hits in theatrical history. Feb. 19-24. San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, 255 S. Almaden Blvd. $43–$153. www.broadwaysanjose.com, 800-982-ARTS (2787).
Santa Paws: Bring your canine and feline friends to Santana Row’s Park Valencia for a photo with Santa Claus, Dec, 9; registration at 10:30 a.m.; photo sessions, 11 a.m.-2 p.m, Photos cost $20, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Humane Society Silicon Valley, Santana Row, 3055 Olin Ave., San Jose, 408-551-4611, santanarow.com/events/calendar-item/santa_paws_photos_with_your_pet, Elf: The story about one of Santa’s elves who learns of his true identity as a human and goes ballerina, portrait, ballet dancer, original oil painting 16"x12" / 40x30cm to New York City to meet his biological father, spreading Christmas cheer in a world of cynics as he goes, Nov, 30-Dec, 2, The Retro Dome, 1694 Saratoga Ave., San Jose, $9 ($8 senior, student, military/$7 child), 408-404-7711, theretrodome.com..
“I knew that if I went back there there would be other youth who knew what I was going through,” said Anaya, now 40. “There would be people there who get it.”. Mora rattles off his numbers. Two strikes. Eight felonies. Nineteen misdemeanors and four infractions, many with gang enhancements. Drugs and fights, getting shot at in Mountain View and East Palo Alto and stabbed with an 8-inch knife in San Jose. Mora’s eyes are at half-lid but lucid, his voice even as he describes having gasoline dumped on his leg and set alight when he was about 13.
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