‘Can You Ever Forgive Me’. This biographical drama — it’s based on the memoir by writer Lee Israel — has Melissa McCarthy portraying a woman who, when her career stalls, starts selling letters she writes but claims were penned by great deceased scribes. When that starts to land her in hot water, Lee has another trick up her sleeve. Richard E. Grant co-stars as Lee’s friend Jack. ‘The Hate U Give’. Based on the young-adult novel by Angie Thomas, “The Hate U Give” centers on young black woman Starr (Amandla Stenberg) who lives between worlds: the nice, mostly white prep school she attends and her mostly black neighborhood. Her life is turned upside down when she witness the killing of a friend, a young black male, by white police officers. Regina King and Russell Hornsby, who shared screen time in memorable scenes as parents dealing with a tragedy on Netflix’s “Seven Seconds,” portray Starr’s parents in this film from “Barbershop” director George Tillman Jr.
Millbrae Art & Wine Festival: 10 ballet shoes drawing a.m.-5 p.m, Sept, 1-2, Broadway Avenue between Victoria and Meadow Glen, Millbrae, 48th annual festival with music, art and crafts, food, children’s playland, car show, Free, http://millbrae.miramarevents.com, Kings Mountain Art Fair: 10 a.m.-5 p.m, Sept, 1-3, Kings Mountain Fire Station and Community Center, 13889 Skyline Blvd., Woodside, Featuring over 135 juried artists, local beer and wine, and a children’s craft and game area, Free, www.kingsmountainartfair.org..
Go to www.relayforlife.org for the most up-to-date event information. Since the inspiring, complimentary breakfasts began in 2001 as the primary fundraiser for the President’s Innovation Fund, a mini-grant process that awards faculty and staff with seed money to launch creative programs and services to benefit students and the community, this year’s donations set a record. Stanback Stroud announced that one of this year’s innovative ideas envisioned and ready to be implemented is a comprehensive and innovative approach to ensure student success called “The Skyline College Promise.” “The Skyline Promise will ensure that students Get In, Get Through, and Get Out, on-time, and according to their educational goals,” said Stanback Stroud. “The promise is made early in a student’s education journey, starting in our local kindergarten through 12th grade districts, through the alignment of educational pathways, embedded support services, strong partnerships, and intense preparation.
Kirk Fletcher (Club Fox Blues Jam), 7 p.m, Feb, 26, Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City, $5, 877-435-9849 or www.clubfoxrwc.com, Peninsula Symphony, “Fountain of Youth,” including world premiere of new double concerto by composer/clarinetist Jonathan Russell, Plus cellist Nathan Chan in Lalo concerto, 8 p.m, March 21, San Mateo Performing Arts ballet shoes drawing Center, 600 N, Delaware Ave., San Mateo, 8 p.m, March 22, Flint Center, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., De Anza College, Cupertino, $20-$40, www.peninsulasymphony.org or 650-941-5291..
Mother Woz was known for being unapologetically liberal, witty and outspoken. And her daughter, Leslie Wozniak, 62, of Berkeley, proudly recalled that even during the difficult final years, “my mom retained a full vocabulary and an offbeat sense of humor throughout the last decade even though she suffered from advanced Alzheimer’s. “I miss her terribly,” said her daughter, a grant adviser for the San Francisco-based Five Bridges Foundation, which serves at-risk youths. Steve Wozniak, in Minneapolis this week to deliver a speech, wrote lovingly of a mother who was humorous, a great cook and an individual who stressed education to her three children.
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