Like the rest of the city — rapidly changing with the heavy influx of tech companies — this 128-year-old enclave nestled just north of downtown is undergoing its own transformation. Signs of the shifting landscape at the heart of Japantown are everywhere, visible reminders of the push and pull between corporate and mom-and-pop, modern and old: Gleaming new apartments and an arts center are planned on the neighborhood’s last large undeveloped piece of land, the city’s former corporation yard. New restaurants — not all Japanese and many owned by people of non-Japanese descent — and a hipster hat store have opened in the last several years.
The ballet shoe cross stitch pattern result is a multimedia exploration of different physicalities that reflects Noë’s idea that “consciousness is not something that happens inside us or to us, It is something we do.”, In a telephone interview from London, Cunningham notes it has been several years since she appeared with the Curtis company, So she asked him if he wanted to work on a piece together, because “I’m always looking for things that push me out of my comfort zone, I want something that’s uncomfortable because it reveals what I’m avoiding, like speaking and improvising on stage.”..
Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Rhianna are the most followed musicians across social media sites Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, according to the RIAA. The startup Musical.ly, which is headquartered in China but has a San Francisco office, started to climb to the top of the iTunes’ charts for free apps last year and was in the top 20 on Wednesday. Started by longtime friends Alex Zhu and Luyu Yang, the app lets users create, share and upload 15-second videos of themselves singing, dancing, lip-syncing, performing comedy and other forms of entertainment. Users can add video effects, filters and music from the app’s library or their smartphones and upload on other social networks such as Instagram.
JULIA HOLTER, 8 p.m, Sept, 12; Great American Music Hall; $16-$19, THE SLACKERS, 9 p.m, Sept, 13; Slim’s; $15, COEUR DE PIRATE, 9 p.m, Sept, 13; Great American Music Hall; $19, THE WEEKEND, Banks, Anna Lunoe, 8 p.m, Sept, 13; Greek Theatre; $49.50, ORGONE, 9 p.m, Sept, 13; Independent; $15, SENSATION PRESENTS “THE OCEAN OF WHITE,” ballet shoe cross stitch pattern 8 p.m, Sept, 14; Oracle Arena; $143.25-$238.50, HEM, 8 p.m, Sept, 15; Great American Music Hall; $20-$22, VALIENT THORR, 8 p.m, Sept, 16; Slim’s; $14-$16..
Santa Clara’s Vice Mayor Dominic Caserta didn’t mince words when he lamented about this week’s curfew-busting concert by U2 at Levi’s Stadium. “What happened last night,” he said, “was sad and inappropriate.”. Sad that the world-famous band, event organizers and San Francisco 49ers which operate the stadium did nothing to stop the music at the 10 p.m. cutoff. Sad that the noise continued for another hour, upsetting neighbors. And very sad that the city and the Niners find themselves once again at loggerheads over a late-night high-decibel dust-up, perched at the precipice of ugly legal action between the two parties.
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