This was back in the ’60s, when they grew tomatoes at one end of town and squeezed ketchup out at the other. But it was also where I was introduced to theater, dance, classical music, opera, jazz and, most importantly, writing. “Here, take this,” said my friend Carol, handing me a tiny, slim book, wrapped for the holiday. “Open it when you’re by yourself, because once you start reading this, you won’t be able to stop.”. Carol — who died recently, which is why these memories came back so vividly — was right about the book — Dylan Thomas’ “A Child’s Christmas in Wales” — as she was about most things. I quickly went home, went to my room and didn’t come out until I could get the tears to dry up enough to let anyone see me.
“I love going to the ballet,” says Fanning, who sometimes attends performances with her teacher, “We have fun talking about it and analyzing it afterwards.” And like other teens, she loves music, ballet shoes floral art print listing Beyonce (“She’s sort of the ultimate”), Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and Lana Del Rey (“She’s so beautiful and incredible”) among her favorites, Fanning says she definitely wants to go to college: “My sister is at NYU right now, so I want to do that as well.”..
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile device. DEAR AMY: My mom and I have always had a strained relationship, but I try to be nice because my younger siblings still live in her house. I recently got married. We invited her to our small ceremony, hoping we could all just get along. She arrived late and then ended up causing a huge scene and storming out in the middle of dinner because she didn’t get to sit where she wanted. Now my husband and I are planning our reception for family and friends, and have chosen not to invite her, due to her behavior at the wedding. She’s gotten really angry about this and is now refusing to let me communicate with my younger siblings.
I’ll Take Romance — A Valentine Evening with the Nancy Gilliland Trio, 7:30 p.m, Feb, 13, Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City, $20, 877-435-9849 or www.clubfoxrwc.com, Cécile McLorin Salvant, 7:30 p.m, Feb, 14, Program to be announced from the stage, Bing Concert Hall, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford University, $10 (Stanford students)-$60, Bing Concert Hall Box Office, 650-724-2464 or http://live.stanford.edu, Palo Alto Philharmonic, 8 p.m, Feb, 15, Saint-Saens: Organ symphony; Poulenc: Organ Concerto; Vitali: ballet shoes floral art print Chaconne for Violin and Orchestra; Beethoven: Fidelio Overture, First Congregational Church, 1985 Louis Road (at Embarcadero Road), Palo Alto, $10-$20, www.paphil.org..
Artists from Diablo Ballet in Walnut Creek, the Nhan Ho Project in Sacramento and sjDANCEco will come together or “On the Edge,” a mixed-choreography program slated for Feb. 10-11 at at the San Jose State University Dance Theater. Eight contemporary and ballet pieces will be performed two times each day (2:30 and 7 p.m.). The theater located near Fourth and San Carlos streets; parking is available at Second/San Carlos and Fourth/San Carlos garages. Tickets, $18-$26, at 408-520-9854 or www.sjdanceco.org.
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