STANFORD — A Mexican immigrant who walked daily across a border bridge to attend an American school urged Stanford graduates Sunday to reach out and build their own bridges, living lives of service to others. In his commencement address, California Supreme Court justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar encouraged students to bridge divides “between people who disagree or even want to fight, between ideas difficult to reconcile, or simply between ourselves and those we encounter with starkly different lives.”.
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“The Success Summit was formed to inspire innovation in San Mateo County, and to create an avenue for solution-oriented discussions to meet the challenges of the future in the North San Mateo County region,” said California Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, honorary co-chairman of the event. The Summit’s organizers encourage everyone to “imagine a better future … close the gap between what is and what can be” and then at the close of each summit, participants vote to select one initiative to tackle during the coming year.
The first night of ‘AGT’ live performances at Radio City Music Hall brought 12 acts to the stage for America to see and vote for who they want to see move on to the next round, Dancers Sean & Luke, aerial act Valo & Bobby, singer Julia Goodwin, Salsa dancers Baila Conmigo, magicians David and Leeman, ballet shoe monogram design, svg, dxf digital download files for silhouette, cricut, vector graphics vinyl cutting machines, scr musical group The Willis Clan, Flight Crew Jump Rope, Chinese dance and ballet group Jasmine Flowers, singer Emily West, strongman JD Anderson, comedian Dan Naturman and singer Miguel Dakota all gave their best 90 seconds..
Broadway By the Bay. “Dreamgirls.” Through Aug. 31. Music by Henry Krieger, book and lyrics by Tom Eyen. Directed by Angela Farr Schiller. Featuring Miranda Lawson as Effie, Janelle LaSalle as Deena, Majesty Scott as Lorell, Anthone Jackson as Curtis, Dedrick Weathersby as James “Thunder” Early and AeJay Mitchell as C.C. Fox Theatre, 2215 Broadway St., Redwood City. $35-$55. 650-579-5565 or broadwaybythebay.org. Dragon Theatre. “Moonlight and Magnolias.” Through Sept. 7. “A hilarious look back at the golden age of Hollywood and the making of ‘Gone With the Wind.”’ Written by Ron Hutchinson. Directed by Lennon Smith. Featuring Sarah Benjamin as Miss Poppenghul, Bill C. Jones as Victor Fleming, Dave Leon as Ben Hecht, Aaron Weisberg as David O. Selznick. Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway St., Redwood City. $30. $10 rush tickets on Thursdays and Fridays starting second week. $200 for the VIP box (seats 4 people and includes champagne and chocolates). http://dragonproductions.net.
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