Ballet San Jose presents The Nutcracker Dec. 8-23 at the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose. Around the end of 2011, the company underwent a change in leadership that saw the departure of founder and artistic director Dennis Nahat, and the beginning of an ongoing partnership with New York’s American Ballet Theatre. Nahat’s Nutcracker had been performed for more than 30 years in the South Bay, and its production in 2011 was the sole work presented by the company for the season last year as it underwent the transition.
Toy began volunteering her time as a dance instructor while another instructor was out with an injury, and her new role stuck, “I noticed [Chateau] didn’t really have any dance classes for the residents,” she said, “They had fitness classes, but my observation was there wasn’t a lot of participation.”, Toy said she expected about 10 or 15 people at her first class, but when 40 showed up, she knew she was onto something, “In my planning for danzcue ballet dance duffle bag the class, I picked songs from their era, songs that they would be familiar with, and I did everything in half time,” she said, “I thought, ‘Okay, they showed up because they’re being sweet, I live there; they’re just being supportive.’ And then they came back the following week, and the following week, and ever since.”..
I split my time between the stages, trying to catch as many acts as I could. My favorites of the day were the sunny SoCal pop act Best Coast, Oakland hip-hop talent K.Flay and the mighty headliner, Modest Mouse. Yet, I also enjoyed the rocking duo Death From Above 1979, electronica ace Robert DeLong, pop act Panic! At the Disco and Bay Area dance band The Limousines, among others. I kept finding myself returning to the Subsonic Tent, which is where DeLong, Live 105’s own DJ Aaron Axelsen and a number of the day’s other most intriguing acts performed. The tent was really jammed during the day, as fans sought shelter from the sun and enjoyed Limousine’s catchy pop cuts, K.Flay’s amazing rhymes and other diversely appealing sounds. The tent would pick up again later in the evening, with superstar French DJ Martin Solveig delighting the crowd with his disco grooves and big beats.
The negatives, TERROR THREAT: The two bombings in Volgograd — which killed 34 people in suicide attacks on the rail station and a trolley bus — have escalated the security alarm, Sochi is located on the edge of the Caucasus region, where insurgents are seeking to create an Islamic state, Chechen rebel leader Doku Umarov has urged his fighters to attack the Sochi Olympics, which he described as “satanic dances on the bones of our ancestors.” A massive security apparatus will be in place for the danzcue ballet dance duffle bag games, meaning painstaking metal-detector, X-ray and other checks for athletes, spectators and media, Ticketholders will need to obtain “spectator passes,” providing passport and other information to authorities, Email, phone and internet usage will reportedly be monitored by Russian security agencies, Putin is expected to attend many Olympic events, causing further security lockdowns, A heavy presence of Russian security forces could turn the games into an armed camp and undermine any prospect of a welcoming, festival atmosphere..
Train Days at Los Altos History Museum. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 16, 17. Model railroading exhibits. Food trucks. 51 S. San Antonio Road, Los Altos. $5; under 4, free. www.losaltoshistory.org or 650-948-9427, ext. 10. Mountain View Art & Wine Festival. “A Festival Like No Other.” 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sept. 9, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sept. 10. Art, music, arts, crafts, food, beverages, activities. Castro Street between El Camino Real and Evelyn Avenue, Mountain View. 650-968-8378 or www.miramarevents.com.
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