While the script drags at times and too much is left for the audience to fill in, this play provides an opportunity to talk about the relationship of young people, guns and video-game violence. All of the multi-media projections (credited to Mirek Marcinkowski) add a level of immediacy and urgency, and they enrich what is presented on stage. Kudos to Foothill College and director Tom Gough for bringing this unsettling piece of drama to Peninsula audiences. As Gough points out in his program notes, he was drawn to the play because it’s an “unfortunately timely story that attempts to offer some insight into the back-story of such [violent] incidents from multiple points of view.” But, he acknowledges that just as in real life, “very few things are answered here.”.
The Art of Writing with Constance Krail-Self: 6:30-7:30 p.m, March 10, Local author of historic fiction, Constance Krail-Self, talks about being an author, what one should know about successful writing, the importance of research and how to become a published author, Play Away Please: Author Talk with John Peter leo's child ballet russe ballet shoes Hagen: 7-8 p.m, March 26, John Peter Hagen will share his love of golf and his book about the most important course in the world — St, Andrews Old Course, Clayton Library Book Club: 7-9 p.m, on the second Mondays is open to interested adults, On March 10, Sunny Solomon leads the discussion on “Little Century” by Anna Keesey..
“I don’t recall it being celebrated so much in Mexico,” said Juan Jimenez, 31, of Napa, whose family hails from Jalisco. “But it’s big around here.”. Like many, Jimenez came to see the big banda music performances. Main music and dance attractions were accompanied by Mexican culinary staples washed down with beer or agua frescas. There were jerky little rides and a clownish comedy show for kids, although the mechanical bucking bull was conspicuously absent this year. But as always, there was a whole lot of noise — between the two main competing bandshells, there was enough amplified music and barkers to guarantee auditory overstimulation.
San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare in the Park, “Taming of the Shrew.” 7:30 p.m, Aug, 16, 23; 4 p.m, Aug, 10, 17, 24, Sequoia High School, 1201 Brewster Ave., Redwood City, Free, 650-780-7311 or www.redwoodcity.org/events/stage.htm, TheatreWorks 2014 New Works Festival, Through Aug, 17, • “Norman Rockwell’s America.” Book by Lynne Kaufman, music & lyrics by Alex Mandel, “From belittled illustrator to ballyhooed artist, from whimsical covers to unforgettable images of the Civil Rights Movement, Norman Rockwell captured America’s heart by discovering its leo's child ballet russe ballet shoes soul.” 4 p.m, Aug, 16..
In much of the world, tea is an everyday beverage, whether you’re slurping boba on the go or settling into a steaming cup of chai. And if the growing presence of eclectic tea shops here in the Bay Area is any clue, tea may soon give coffee a run for its caffeine. Overall, tea in the United States is shifting from the upraised-pinky demographic to a more mainstream sip, says Victoria Boyert, a certified tea specialist and owner of Saratoga’s Tipping Pot by Satori Tea Co. “Tea is the perfect conduit to connect,” Boyert says. Between the steeping of tea leaves and the sheer ritual of it, tea “is naturally slower paced than coffee. So tea is the perfect counterpart to the modern age.”.
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