Kerr made a subtle reference to the television cameras capturing his recent annoyance with Draymond Green. During the end of Sunday’s game, cameras caught Kerr telling assistant coach Mike Brown that “I’m (bleeping) tired of Draymond.” Naturally, the video went viral. — Dieter Kurtenbach (@dkurtenbach) March 11, 2019. Kerr declined to disclose on where things stand with Green or whether the two even cleared the air. It appears likely Kerr has done that since he tried to talk with Green after Sunday’s game only to learn that Green had already left the arena. Still, the source of Kerr’s frustration with Green appears to trace back to Green griping about a call.
The Rolling Stones, surprisingly, have only been awarded two Grammys, and Led Zeppelin finally picked it up its first Grammy in 2014, Lou Reed only has one win, for best long form music video, though his former band, The Velvet Underground, has never been rewarded for its music, Below we take a look at icons who currently, and sadly, can’t put these two words before l'amour & muse. handmade shoulder leather bag / ballet flats. available in different leather colors. their names: Grammy winner, Diana Ross*, 12 nominations: Stop in the name of love! How could this be? Maybe this counts for something: Ross did receive the Lifetime Achievement Award, a noncompetitive honor, from the Recording Academy in 2012..
Oakland Ballet Company: Artistic director Graham Lustig’s popular “Nutcracker” draws on the original E.T.A. Hoffmann short story; 1 and 5 p.m. Dec. 22, 1 p.m. Dec. 23; Paramount Theatre, Oakland; $24-$97; 510-893-3132, oaklandballet.org. Other dance. Tandy Beal & Company: Holiday show “Joy!” combines circus, dance, theater and comedy; Nov. 23-Dec. 2 at UC Santa Cruz Theater Arts Center, Santa Cruz; Dec. 7-9 at Hammer Theatre Center, San Jose; $15-$55.25; holiday-joy.com. “The Velveteen Rabbit”: ODC Dance’s adaptation of Margery Williams’ beloved tale of a well-worn stuffie has been a Bay Area institution for more than three decades; Nov. 24-Dec. 9; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; $24.50-$69.50; 415-863-9834; www.odc.dance.
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Built in 1997, the city-owned $31.6 million facility was seen as central to the economic life of downtown. As the home of San Jose Repertory Theatre, it generated an estimated $9 million in economic impact for local businesses. When the Rep died in 2014 — after 34 years as the city’s premiere theater company — the venue lay dormant until the college took over operations last fall. The Hammer’s reboot can be seen as a promising development for the arts ecosystem of downtown San Jose, which witnessed the demise of the Silicon Valley Ballet earlier this year. Arts leaders hope the Hammer’s comeback is a sign the tide is beginning to turn.
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