Open mic celebrates Natiional Poetry Month. BRENTWOOD — National Poetry Month will be celebrated at an open mic night at 6:30 p.m. April 11 at Gallery on Second in downtown Brentwood. All short work — poetry, short story, nonfiction, or any other creative work — is welcome. Participants are allowed five minutes each to perform. Bring work on any subject, your own or that of another writer, as long as it is neither insulting nor abusive. Everyone is invited whether performing or listening and enjoying to this free event.
“I’ve produced 100 albums, and she is the best voice I ever worked with, the best ballet cake topper, ballet, custom dance decor, ballerina decor, ballerina, birthday girl, toe shoes, en pointe, ballet slippers voice in the world right now,” Limón continues, “It’s very easy to just sing fado, which has a beautiful repertoire, What’s difficult is to take the risk to evolve, using her African roots and new electronic sounds, Mariza is making fado even bigger, like what Paco de Lucía did with flamenco.”, Mariza’s campaign took a detour for several years after she married and started a family, which is why there was a five-year gap between 2010’s “Fado Tradicional” and “Mundo.” Like any working parent with a young child, she had to recalibrate her career after the arrival of her son..
“It’s kind of amazed me since I moved here in 2009 how the vacant lots on El Camino (Real) are just sitting there,” said Elkins, 30. “That seems like valuable real estate that’s just sitting like blight right off downtown Menlo Park. … I’m very surprised by the lack of high-rise building around here. … Maybe people don’t like that, but we say we don’t have a lot of space and we do, but it’s upward.”. “I’m always pushing for more affordable housing,” said Polich, 34, who works at Stanford. “It seems like there are some pretty antiquated rules as to how tall buildings can be.”.
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One film I somehow missed at the time was “Dirty Dancing,” with its idealistic 17-year-old protagonist Frances “Baby” Houseman (Jennifer Grey), which a number of female writers later hailed a “feminist masterpiece.” Of course, it’s also a great summer flick, given its idyllic setting in a Catskills resort where Baby goes on summer vacation and ends up meeting the hunky, working-class dancer Johnny Castle, played by Patrick Swayze in all his hip-grinding glory.
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