The Cowboys. John Ladd’s family has owned 16,000 acres of land on the border with Mexico for 120 years. Ladd, 61, told ABC News that while he, along with many of his rural neighbors, supported Trump he’s still a bit conflicted about The Wall. Ladd says he doesn’t necessarily agree with Trump on his plan to build — as Trump said on the campaign trail — a “big, beautiful wall,” but he likes that Trump is addressing the topic of border security. In other words: fix the problem, but a wall’s probably not the ticket. Says Ladd: “Well, there is places on the [U.S.-Mexico border] that a wall would be useful, but our experience here on our ranch is [the fence] hasn’t been functional because there isn’t enough agents patrolling.”.
Duncan-Andrade works closely with teachers, school site leaders, and school district officials nationally and abroad to help them develop classroom practices and school cultures that lead to self-confidence, esteem, and academic success among all students, “Great teachers to me are those who find a lesson inside the lesson,” said Duncan-Andrade, “We might not change the world but we ballet skirt- white sab skirt- dance wear- white lycra/ spandex- royall dancewear- pull-on skating- lyrical costume - can spark the mind that does.”, After his talk, Duncan-Andrade held a book-signing in the theatre lobby; followed by a conversation with faculty members in the Student and Community Center..
Jan. 25: The Oakland Symphony presents the Third Symphony of Florence Price, considered the first African-American woman composer. www.oaklandsymphony.org. April 4 and 6: Meredith Monk, the incomparable composer, singer,and director, brings her Vocal Ensemble to Stanford’s Bing Hall for two can’t-miss programs. http://live.stanford.edu. May 23-25: The San Francisco Symphony gives its first performances of “Overture” by the late Polish composer Grazyna Bacewicz.www.sfsymphony.org. Contact Georgia Rowe at email@example.com.
Kyle Abraham brought risk and thought-provoking engagement to the stage in “The Serpent and the Smoke.” With the setting veering from acid glare to deep shadows, Abraham, who is African American, and Whelan who is white with skin of alabaster intensity, were a contrast in color and idiom, he engaging in brilliant incidences of high-stepping cake walk and popping and locking, while Whelan moved as though sealed in a cool, upright and more austere world, When the pair made physical contact with their hands, then her nose to ballet skirt- white sab skirt- dance wear- white lycra/ spandex- royall dancewear- pull-on skating- lyrical costume - his arm, then their pelvises, the politics of skin and heart, especially those politics in the predominantly white ballet world, came to life augmented by the haunting music of Hauschka and Hildur GuÃµnadóttir, With neither polemic nor facileness, Abraham pressed into the surfaces of cultural and balletic codes and broke through to tender, intimate and sensual connection..
Since returning to the Bay Area from Tijuana in 2011, percussionist Javier Cabanillas has quickly earned a place for himself on the region’s thriving Latin music scene. Part of the Pacific Mambo Orchestra when the Oakland ensemble unexpectedly won the 2014 Grammy Award for best Latin tropical album, he’s now stepping out as a bandleader in his own right. On June 30 at Armando’s nightclub in Martinez, Cabanillas celebrates the debut release of his Cabanijazz Project, “Infrasonic,” with a hi-octane octet featuring Venezuelan vocalist Omar Ledezma Jr., trombonist Jamie Dubberly, tenor saxophonist Galen Green, baritone saxophonist Hermann Lara, keyboardist Julio de la Cruz, bassist Kevin Silveira, and drummer Brian Andres.
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