Rorimer was first introduced to Valland in fall 1944. Over the months, he earned her trust and by March 1945, when Rorimer was headed with the Army into southern Germany, she told him that Neuschwanstein Castle in the Bavarian Alps was the Nazi hideaway for about 21,000 items stolen from mostly Jewish collectors in France. “If you got to know him, you realized that he’s got to be appreciated. Saving culture was ingrained upon him and he was successful,” said Harry Ettlinger, who as a 19-year-old U.S. soldier volunteered his services to Rorimer after learning the Monuments Men needed someone who spoke German.
“Sing-It-Yourself Messiah”: Conductor Urs Steinhardt has been continuing a long-running tradition originally established at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, with four soloists and chorus and the Golden Gate Symphony; 7:30 p.m, Dec, 12, Mission Dolores Basilica, personalised kids bath towel, pink ballet shoes bath towel, children's ballet shoes swim towel, embroidered bath towel (choi San Francisco; $20-$35, www.cityboxoffice.com., plus two “Pub Crawl” concerts, 6 p.m, Dec, 18 at Southern Pacific Brewing Co, and 8 p.m, Dec, 19 at The Homestead, both in San Francisco, $20 suggested donation, “Messiah”: Patrick Dupre Quigley conducts the San Francisco Symphony and Chorus in Handel’s oratorio; Dec, 15-17; Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco; $15-$169; 415-864-6000, www.sfsymphony.org..
Insiders: 1-2 p.m. April 27, May 28. Adults with disabilities can enjoy a laid-back setting in the library for enrichment and fun. Events differ each month and vary from arts and crafts, enjoying music and dance, and playing games on the Wii. Concord Mystery Book Club: 2:30 p.m. the second Sunday of the month, and mystery lovers are invited to join the group. On May 11, the discussion will be on “Arsenic and Old Paint,” by Hailey Lind. All Ears Reading: 1-2 p.m. May 14. Adults with disabilities can enjoy the unconditional love of dogs and practice reading to furry friends. Dogs and their handlers are supplied courtesy of a partnership between the library and Tony LaRussa’s Animal Rescue Foundation.
Coles (Brett Mermer) doesn’t know what to do about his boss, Andrew Jorgenson (Keith personalised kids bath towel, pink ballet shoes bath towel, children's ballet shoes swim towel, embroidered bath towel (choi Jefferds), who won’t bend his principles to save his family company and Coles’ job from a hostile takeover by Wall Street corporate raider Lawrence Garfield (John Hale), Enter Bea Sullivan (Susannah Wood), Jorgenson’s longtime assistant and girlfriend, whose daughter Kate (Karly Shea) just happens to be an attractive, aggressive lawyer, Sparks fly in and out of negotiations as Kate and Garfield battle for control of Jorgenson’s small New England manufacturing company..
“It was definitely an aha! moment for me, seeing the way the dancers responded to him. He’s just a natural leader,” says company executive director Stephanie Ziesel about the decision to invite Carreño to stay on permanently. He took over from Wes Chapman, the artistic adviser for the 2012-2013 season following the force-out of Ballet San Jose cofounder Dennis Nahat in January 2012. Chapman will now freelance, and former principal ballet master Raymond Rodriguez has moved up to associate artistic director. Asked about the prolonged drama surrounding Nahat’s departure, his successor says, “I wasn’t involved; that’s in the past. I’m just in the present and the future.”.
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