Put it in the garage. That’s the default answer at my house — and I’m betting yours – whenever something I’m not ready to relinquish doesn’t have a place in the house. And so the flotsam and jetsam of life accumulate. Old tables and televisions move in alongside garden tools and garbage cans, old suitcases and hockey sticks, resident spiders and mice. The stuff creeps in, but doesn’t creep out. Eventually, the garage becomes a purgatory, a way station for items straddling a useful life and the dump. Wishful thinking keeps them hostage: I see that ThighMaster there behind your potter’s wheel.
Los Altos Stage Company: “The 1940s Radio Hour.” Nov, 30 through Dec, 23, Directed by Lee Ann Payne, Featuring Ken Boswell, Katie Coleman, Nique Eagen, Aaron Hurley, Jacob Jackman, John Stephen King, Gary Landis, Elizabeth Claire Lawrence, Brigitte Losey, Michael Rhone, Nathaniel Rothrock, Michelle Skinner and Anthony Stephens, Bus sterling pink ballet shoe charm - dancing shoe charm Barn Theatre, 97 Hillview Ave., Los Altos, $18-$36, http://www.losaltosstage.org or 650-941-0551, Pear Theatre: “The Millionth Production of a Christmas Carol.” Nov, 30 through Dec, 17, By James Kopp, Directed by Kopp, Featuring James Johnson, Jenn Sorkin, Ronald Feichtmeir, Bryan Moriarty, Ariel Aronica, Michael Weiland, Kelly Weber Barazza, Lisa Burton Guevara and Kopp, Pear Theatre, 1110 La Avenida St., Mountain View, $15-$35, http://www.thepear.org or 650-254-1148..
Gary and Gloria were our own homegrown Bay Area brother-and-sister dance team, of course, who became international stars once upon a time, winning Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Disco Dance Competition in 1977. They were the only sibling team that ever won and went on to perform around the world and even for President Jimmy Carter during a summer picnic at the White House, all thanks to — you guessed it — Dick Clark. Clark’s death at age 82 was a sad communal moment for most of us in the nonshowbiz world — many remembered him from hosting “American Bandstand” and ushering in the New Year, every year, for what seemed like forever — he was Father Time and Baby New Year wrapped into one age-defying package. But for Gloria Poole, now 56 and living in San Ramon (Gary Poole passed away in 1989), it was far more personal.
* Now to Dec, 6, Classic Monsters: The Kirk Hammett Collection, This exhibition shows artwork and memorabilia from the golden age sterling pink ballet shoe charm - dancing shoe charm of Hollywood Horror and is on view to Terminal 2 ticketed passengers beyond security screening in the Terminal 2, Departures Level, SFO, The online version may be seen at http://www.flysfo.com/museum/exhibitions/classic-monsters-kirk-hammett-collection, , * Now to Jan, 31, 2016, Mingei: Traditional Japanese Arts highlighted by folks crafts in natural materials from Mingei International Museum in San Diego is located pre-security, Main Hall Departure Lobby, See the online version at http://www.flysfo.com/museum/exhibitions/mingei-traditional-japanese-arts..
“You can’t come to a state like California at the last minute and expect to compete in the primary,” said Michael Soneff, a strategist in Los Angeles and the campaign’s California and Nevada director. “We’re building the infrastructure Beto will need here.”. Organizers are trying to learn from past campaigns laying the groundwork for presidential candidates before they get in the race — most recently, the “Ready for Hillary” PAC supporting Hillary Clinton. The most important takeaways, according to Adam Parkhomenko, the Clinton group’s founder: “First, do no harm, and second, you want to build an army, not a war chest.”.
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