Details: 2 p.m. Nov. 13, Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness, San Francisco, $15- $55, 415-864-6000, www.sfsymphony. org. The 102 young musicians of the Young Peoples Symphony Orchestra under the direction of conductor David Ramadanoff will present a program that will include Verdi’s dramatic overture to his opera “La Forza del Destino,“ Glazunov’s Violin Concerto in A minor, Jeremy Cavaterra’s “The Aquarium” from his “Monterey Suite” and selections from Manuel de Falla’s “The Three-Cornered Hat,” Suites 1 and 2. Mayumi Kanagawa, violin soloist for the Glazunov Concerto, has played with the American Youth Symphony in Los Angeles and was the first-prize winner of the 2013 Jascha Heifetz Competition in Vilnius, Lithuania, as well as in the 2011 Irving M. Klein Competition in San Francisco. She is currently studying at the Hochschule fur Musik in Berlin, Germany, and has already performed as soloist with many European orchestras.
As soon as Brody could speak, the grandchild of U.S, Rep, Mike Honda wanted to be referred to as a sister and daughter, not a brother and son, She asked for ballet and tap dancing lessons, to wear pink tutus and carry a Hello Kitty lunchbox, Pink ballet shoes, wood ballet handmade cutting, hand cut wooden shoes, standing ballerina shoes, love ballet, wood ballerina pointe, and sparkles have always been her intrigue, “She has never hidden who she was,” Honda-Phillips, 39, told this newspaper Thursday in an exclusive interview along with her father in his Santa Clara district office, “The only thing that’s changed is her pronoun and her name, She’s been exactly the same.”..
Soaking in one of the deep, multi-jetted hot tubs at the Lithia Springs Resort with visions of “The Tempest” dancing in my head and the legendary water swirling around me, I was hardly one to argue. Indeed, there’s something about this rustic Rogue Valley town that inspires a sense of restoration and renewal. The healing power of art is usually at the core of an Ashland retreat. OSF is the jewel in the town’s crown, and visitors often jam as many shows as possible into a full-throttle theater marathon. The downside of a Bard binge is that you miss out on what’s happening offstage. Indeed, while I have been making the six or seven-hour pilgrimage to Ashland from the Bay Area since 1998, this was my first time steeping in the glory of the springs. That’s a tragedy of its own.
Email your item to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Alameda Journal, 1516 Oak St., suite 105, Alameda CA 94501, Please submit your item two weeks before event date, First Friday Family Film, Catch ballet shoes, wood ballet handmade cutting, hand cut wooden shoes, standing ballerina shoes, love ballet, wood ballerina pointe, the DreamWorks animated crowd-pleaser “Home” at the First Friday free family film, 7 p.m, Sept, 2, Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak St., Alameda, Free, 510-747-7705, www.alamedaca.gov, Annual Golf Tournament, Register now for Alameda Friends of the Parks Foundation’s Play for the Parks, its annual gold tournament, auction and dinner — a day of fun that helps out the parks, 10 a.m, Oct, 3, Chuck Corica Golf Complex, 1 Clubhouse Memorial Road, Alameda, $95 golf and dinner, $40 dinner only, www.alamedaparks.org..
Dalal, who claimed Almena was her former tenant, had performed a citizen’s arrest of Almena, and Deputy Jeremy Lucha arrested him and booked him into a county jail. In his report, Lucha stated that Almena confessed to having the trailer “for about a week.” It was unclear from the report if Lucha entered the warehouse or arrested Alemna in the vacant lot next to it. Almena spent two days in jail and agreed to plead no contest to a lesser misdemeanor charge of possessing stolen property. He was sentenced to three years’ probation and was ordered to pay restitution.