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McKibben is cautious about winning approval from the Coliseum authority board Friday because “like anything else, people have a different opinion about whether the rent is too high” or “is the rent too low? Are we getting enough for concessions and parking?”. McKibben acknowledged that emotions are charged because, in the end, the Raiders are rejecting Oakland for southern Nevada after 25 years. “There are a lot of circumstances surrounding this that makes it far from routine,” McKibben said.

CONCORD: Contra Costa Blue Star Moms’ Veterans Day 5k/10k Walk Run, 8:30 a.m, Nov, 8, Hillcrest Park, on Olivera Road, Inaugural edition of this event, presented by Blue Star Moms Chapter 20 and sponsored by the Concord Police Association, To raise awareness and show support for local veterans and to raise money to provide support for active-duty service personnel, promote patriotism and assist veterans organizations,, EL CERRITO: The El Cerrito Lions Club chapter is again sponsoring the placing of flags in honor of veterans at 8 a.m, Nov, 11 at Sunset View Cemetery, 101 Colusa Ave, at Fairmount Avenue, The community is welcome to join members of area Lions personalised pink ballet shoes/ballerina pe/school/swimming bag chapters, Girl Scouts, Cub and Boy Scouts and families for a brief ceremony, followed by the placement of some 1,500 flags, For more details call 510-237-0374..

Much like the bustling, scrappy and creatively charged city that it calls home, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago takes great pride in what it’s built over the years. Boasting a world-class cadre of dancers and an ever-expanding repertoire that embodies the company’s international scope, Hubbard Street is known for both cultivating young choreographers within its ranks and commissioning a diverse roster of leading dance makers. The company returns to UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall for a three-day residency Jan. 18-20, its first Bay Area performances since 2013’s epic collaboration with Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet, “Azimuth.” This Cal Performances engagement couldn’t be more different. Rather than premiering one major commission, Hubbard Street presents two programs designed to showcase the unusual scope of the company’s repertoire, including works by the great Spanish choreographer Nacho Duato (“Jardí Tancat”), Israel’s Ohad Naharin (“Decadance/Ignore”), and Canada’s Crystal Pite (“Grace Engine” and “Solo Echo”).

So, they’re excited about the Aug, 27 Fiesta Fundraiser for Music in the Park, The event is hosted by Los Gatos residents Scott and Liza Carter, with help from Lotus Mahon, “This is a new group of producers and we’re thrilled with their music line-up, so we wanted to do something to show community support,” Mahon said, “We really appreciate what they’ve done.”, Music in the Park director Scott Canali says community support is personalised pink ballet shoes/ballerina pe/school/swimming bag vital to Music in the Park’s success, “Each concert costs about $10,000,” he said, “The supporting infrastructure is very expensive because we have to pay for the sound guy and audio equipment, porta-potties and garbage pick-ups every week.”..

Students heard these three simple words on a regular basis in the classroom of Sunnyvale’s pottery instructor Barbara Brown, and with them, any inhibitions they may have had about trying out the art form melted away and creativity flowed freely. But after 40 years with the city of Sunnyvale, the longtime teacher and mentor has retired from her post at the Creative Arts Center. But it is by no means goodbye. The pottery pundit is far too embedded into the local arts community to ever truly retire, nor would she ever really want to.