“Community outreach has always been a very important part of what we teach our students and our mission in the community; it’s our pride and joy,” she said. Doreen’s School of the Dance has served the community for more than 60 years and Costa-White is very appreciative of that community, seeing the give-and-give back in equal quantities. Not surprisingly, she loves the dance lifestyle and has no plans to retire. “It’s just been an act of love, really, for all these years, to be able to dance with so many wonderful children and hopefully add something to their education, even beyond the art of dance,” she said. “I still love going to class every single day, I love my students. They keep us young, don’t they?”.
“Like Dreamers: The Story of the Israeli Paratroopers Who Reunited Jerusalem and Divided a Nation” by Yossi Klein Halevi, Recommended by Dahlia Lithwick, columnist, This beautifully researched and written book asks and answers more questions about modern Israel than any book I can ever recall reading, Halevi takes on conflicts that seem to have only one side, sensitively presents them through seven different sets of eyes, then reveals how each of the seven men he print: ballet shoes mixed media drawing on distressed, dictionary page follows is himself riven and conflicted, His paratroopers and their dreams for what Israel has been and might become rise and descend like the angels in Jacob’s dream..
The Book-Go-Round: The Friends of the Saratoga Libraries are looking for a Korean-speaking volunteer to help process the Korean language books. The volunteer job would be a commitment of about two hours every one or two weeks. Adults only. For more information, call Bobbi Stek, store manager, 408-868-0376. Transitions Support Group: Navigate life’s changes with facilitator Janeen Pratt in this small group. Meets the first and third Tuesdays of each month, 1:30-3 p.m. Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center, 208 E. Main St., Los Gatos. 408-354-1514, lgsrecreation.org.
Kahane notes that he didn’t bring a phone, read newspapers or watch television during the trip, The resulting sense of isolation, he says, fueled his imagination in unexpected ways. “I was interested in experiencing America at a slower pace, and train travel in the U.S, is unlike train travel in any other developed nation in how incredibly slow it is, “But in that inefficiency, there’s something really special, Being unplugged, I just talked to strangers, and that felt like a great palliative measure against the kind of toxic digital space I’d been living print: ballet shoes mixed media drawing on distressed, dictionary page in during the month leading up to the election.”..
But it’s just a kind of whimsical idea of a Scheherazade who is empowered, differently empowered than the original. The original had to sort of use her storytelling wiles to escape this — this horrible story. But this Scheherazade actually — she gives it back. For example, there’s an imagined movement where she’s tried by some religious court. So the title of that movement is “Scheherazade and the Men with Beards.”. I don’t have a really clear narrative. But there are just sort of images here and there, like a night flight or imprisonment or a love scene. And at the very end, the word is just “Sanctuary.”.
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