Redwood City’s Music in the Park. Every Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. from June 18-Aug. 13. Free. Stafford Park, Hopkins Avenue and King Street. www.redwoodcity.org/events/music.html. San Francisco Black Film Festival. June 12-15. Sundance Kabuki Cinema, Yoshi’s San Francisco, Rassela’s on Fillmore, African American Art and Culture Complex, and Museum of the African Diaspora. 415-771-9271, www.sfbff.org. Summer Series Music + Market. Music performances by various artists, food booths and arts and crafts. 5:30-8:30 p.m. each Wednesday from June 18-Aug. 27. Free. Murphy Avenue, downtown Sunnyvale. www.sunnyvaledowntown.com.
San Jose Dance Theater Nutcracker: San Jose Dance Theater and the Silicon Valley Symphony present the 46th annual production of Tchaikovsky’s The ballerina shoe slipper shape cookie cutter ballet biscuit pastry fondant sharp dough stencil Nutcracker Ballet, Walk through the Candy Kingdom before each evening show and after the matinees, Backstage tours also available, Dec, 2-4, $20-$52, San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose, 408.286.9905 or www.sjdt.org, Holiday Magic: The San Jose Symphonic Choir presents a holiday concert featuring Bach’s Mass in B Minor and Rutter’s Gloria, Dec, 3, 7:30 p.m, $10-$20/free for 12 and under, Church of the Ascension, 12033 Miller Ave., Saratoga, 408.624.1492 or www.novavista.org..
LOS GATOS — The town of Los Gatos expects to learn any day now if it meets the criteria to be an “age-friendly” community. The town applied for the World Health Organization designation in May and, if approved, will join other Santa Clara County municipalities that have already received the age-friendly designation. The idea behind the movement is to improve senior services county-wide, so the effort is being spearheaded by the Santa Clara County Department of Aging and Adult Services, which predicts that one in four county residents will be over 60 years old by 2030.
In our age of screen time and passive consumption of media, he believes that interactivity is the key to engaging children, “Children learn best when they can participate as well as see and hear,” says Patterson, Of course, you can let kids play an active role even at a more traditional show, Kimberly Dooley, producing artistic director of Berkeley Playhouse, which is staging “Annie” through Dec, 23 ballerina shoe slipper shape cookie cutter ballet biscuit pastry fondant sharp dough stencil at Julia Morgan Theater ($22-$40; www.berkeleyplayhouse.org) recommends asking children to describe what they saw at the intermission or on the way home..
2007: U.S. authorities said four Muslim men had been prevented from carrying out a plot to destroy John F. Kennedy International Airport, kill thousands of people and trigger an economic catastrophe by blowing up a jet fuel artery running through populous New York residential neighborhoods. (Three of the men were later sentenced to life in prison; the fourth was sentenced to 15 years behind bars.). 2011: Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney announced his bid for the Republican presidential nomination during an appearance in New Hampshire. A 73-year-old man opened fire in southern Arizona, killing five people and wounding one other before fatally shooting himself. A judge in Placerville, Calif., sentenced serial sex offender Phillip Garrido to life in prison for kidnapping and raping Jaycee Dugard; Garrido’s wife, Nancy, received a decades-long sentence. Eighth grader Sukanya Roy of South Abington Township, Pa., won the 84th Scripps National Spelling Bee.
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