And popular culture moments have helped, Epstein said. He has used “The Office” episode in classes as a discussion point. “Stayin’ Alive,” with 106 beats per minute, is a pretty good candidate for getting in the 100 to 120 sweet spot, he said. Other televised moments have helped. Epstein, a former paramedic, once responded to a mother giving CPR to her unresponsive 5-month-old, which for children involves fingertips instead of hands and providing air by using your mouth to seal the child’s nose and mouth.
Feeling the loving spirit with AgapéSoul: After earning his strips with R&B heavyweights such as Tower of Power, Zigaboo Modeliste, Booker T, Jones and Ledisi, San Francisco bassist, vocalist, songwriter and producer Darryl Anders made his mark as a bandleader with AgapéSoul and the 2012 album “Believe in Love.” He’s getting ready to release a follow-up and ballet slippers is playing around the region with his deep-in-the-pocket combo featuring guitarist Cam Perridge, drummer Aaron Green, keyboardist George Epps, and powerhouse vocalist Zoe Ellis, who’s performed in some of the area’s best-loved bands, from SoVoSo to the Mo’Fessionals, Details: 8 p.m, Aug, 26; Impulse Room, Walnut Creek; $18; 925-476-5040, www.impulseroom.com.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent..
It’s about residential landlords paying a business license tax based on the number of units rented. The rate structure is $250 per year for single family dwelling rentals, and $150 per year for multifamily rental units. In addition, the minimum business license tax is proposed to go from $25, to $100, except for no-professional home based businesses, which will remain at $25. Senior citizens, you are being targeted with this scare tactic And, are not given the full truth about Measure O. Just place a sign in your yard.
Charles Ramsey, President of the West Contra Costa school board, said the district had already drafted new policy revisions to be unveiled Jan, 29, He welcomed the ballet slippers recommendations and said he would ask staff to review it, as the district prepares to hire a new Title IX Educational Equity Director, “We’re excited about the revisions and to be able to really show the community and families how we’re responding to issues that need to be addressed,” he said, “We’re being very forward-thinking and looking ahead to how we can ensure that school climate improves.”..
The students from District 5 include: Sara Cerami, Theatre (Berkeley); David Dinnie, film/video (Berkeley); Ruby Gizzi, creative writing (Oakland); Nina Gonzalez Silas, dance (Oakland); Elliot Gordon, theatre (Piedmont); Michael Kuroda, visual arts (Piedmont); Madeleine Leibovitch, visual arts (Oakland); Talya Levine, theatre (Berkeley); Madison Lin, film/video (Oakland); Marie Marchant, visual arts (Piedmont); Victor McElhaney, instrumental music (Oakland); Emma Moriconi, visual arts (Berkeley); Ethan Salzman, theatre (Albany); Julia Tucher, theatre (Piedmont); and Margot Witte, visual arts (Piedmont).
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