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For information, visit www.stmarys-ca.edu/mfa-in-dance. ‘Photography and Watercolor’ artists talk. The Jennifer Perlmutter Gallery presents “Painting with Light Photography and Watercolor” exhibit, running through July 9. Featured photographers are Maude Pervere, Stephen Elbert, Suzanne Engelberg and Tanya Knoop, and watercolorist Julie Cohn. The Bay Area artists explore their environment and architecture through the interplay of light and color. An artist talk is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 15, at the gallery, 3620 Mt. Diablo Blvd., in Lafayette.

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With Tommy’s comedy partner Cheech Marin applauding in the audience, Peta had tears in her eyes after the pair’s first dance, a jazz performance to “Tainted Love,” that Carrie Ann said she enjoyed and Julianne called “great entertainment.” Len told Tommy, 76, “You’re six years older than me, and I couldn’t have done what you’ve done. Their second dance was a rumba that told a story of a shopkeeper in love with the doll (Peta) in a glass ball. When the pair came off the floor, Tom whispered, “That was so sweet.” Julianne called it “magical,” Bruno thought it was “touching,” and Carrie Ann, who was crying, said they were ” a master and his muse.” They received 7s for a 28 in the first dance, then two 8s and two 9s for a 34 in the second.

Talking to people who work with youth, you notice many of them have been doing it for decades, Over the years, I’ve observed an almost fanatical dedication that finds youth workers answering calls in the middle of the night or going into their own pockets to provide financial resources, They explain once you see a young person change his or her life, or conversely, see someone slip through your fingers, the urgency is riveting, In addition to people resources, Oakland has benefited from major financial investments in anti-violence efforts, Going back to the mid-1990s and the Kids First Initiative; Measure Y, passed in 2004; and, most recently, Measure Z, Oakland residents have made significant and ongoing investments in youth development programs, The county and state governments ballet shoes charm earrings - pearl color options - antique silver ballet shoes w/glass pearl - custom options - ballet shoes/pe have also provided crucial financial support, as have private foundations..

The website now provides an easy way to subscribe to the Tradeswomen’s newsletter and to sign up to volunteer. More information about trades careers, tradeswomen events and supportive resources will be forthcoming to help women succeed in trades careers. Tradeswomen Inc.’s unique services include. * Providing hard-to-obtain information on real career opportunities for women in the trades. * Entry to Apprenticeship for Women informational workshops. * Partnering with Women Building California and the Nation and sponsoring its pre-apprentice workshops and programs.