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All-world entertainer Betty Buckley — star of Broadway, film, cabaret joints and TV — touches on many facets of her career on the recent double album “Story Songs.” She’ll showcase the release with a pair of concerts at Stanford University. Details are here. In the dance world, famed former New York City Ballet star Wendy Whelan is back in the Bay Area with an exciting new “Restless Creatures” program featuring Brian Brooks and the Brooklyn Rider musical group. Details are here.

“Dope” is top-tier satire told with passion, intelligence and conviction, a wild, sometimes-unruly risk taker that makes us laugh loudly but has something serious to say about how society traps youths based on pink and navy blue punjabi jutti with mirrors and bells - slip on ballet flats with mirrors, blue ballet flats, indian jewlery, their skin color and ZIP code, Yet it’s never a preachy lecture, as it taps into the spirit of a teen living in Inglewood and how he uses his smarts to both fight and use a broken system intent on keeping him from achieving his dream of going to Harvard, A 4.0 student and ’90s hip-hop fan, Malcolm Adekanbi (Shameik Moore, in a breakout performance) and his best buddies — the equally smart lesbian Diggy (Kiersey Clemons) and the skittish Jib (Tony Revolori) — find their lives upended when Malcolm discovers his backpack has been stuffed with a whole lot of dope — dubbed Molly (Ringwald, get it?) — and a firearm, Both are the property of a drug dealer Dom (rapper A$AP Rocky), who stuffs all of it in Malcolm’s backpack when the nightclub the trio has sneaked into erupts into a chaotic gunfight, The most logical next step would seem to be for Malcolm to go to the authorities, but he knows that would likely leave him and his friends with targets on their backs or land them in jail, The threesome resolve that their only recourse is to actually sell the hot goods..

Gregory Amato, Peninsula Ballet Theatre’s Artistic Director, said, “It’s fresh and it’s exciting. Almost everybody has seen ‘The Nutcracker.’ Every company in the world does it. It’s nice to see a fresh take. And Stuck’s vision, his musicality, is just incredible.”. Sanders, a nationally acclaimed, award-winning hip hop artist, performs in the show. His partner, Ale Martinez, dances the role of Clara. Sanders, who teaches hip hop at the Peninsula Ballet Theatre’s studio, watched the company rehearsing the traditional “Nutcracker.” He saw the potential for bringing modern hip-hop to the story.

Santa Clara pink and navy blue punjabi jutti with mirrors and bells - slip on ballet flats with mirrors, blue ballet flats, indian jewlery, Valley Green Gardener Training Program: Become a trained green gardener, The Santa Clara Valley Green Gardener certification program is a 10-week course that trains landscape professionals in green gardening practices, Classes are taught in English (Wednesdays) and Spanish (Thursdays) from 4-6 p.m, starting Sept, 12, Scholarships up to $80 are available for landscape maintenance professionals, Adult And Community Education (ACE) of Fremont / Sunnyvale Cupertino Union High School District, 591 W, Fremont Ave., Sunnyvale, $120 per person (scholarships available); either class, 408-522-2713, www.mywatershedwatch.org/ggclasses.html..

Taylor and Burton divorced in 1974, married again in 1975 and divorced again in 1976. “We fight a great deal,” Burton once said, “and we watch the people around us who don’t quite know how to behave during these storms. We don’t fight when we are alone.”. In 1982, Taylor and Burton appeared in a touring production of the Noel Coward play “Private Lives,” in which they starred as a divorced couple who meet on their respective honeymoons. They remained close at the time of Burton’s death, in 1984.