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Where: Stanford Shopping Center, 180 El Camino Real, Palo Alto; www.sfjazz.org. Highlights: Oakland singer Mara Hruby(June 30), New Orleans-inspired North Beach Brass Band (July 21). Where: Los Gatos Civic Center (front lawn area), Main Street and Fiesta Way; www.lgmip.com. Highlights: Vintage soft-rock band Mustache Harbor (June 19), 10-piece Prince tribute act The Purple Ones (Aug. 7). Where: Stafford Park, King Street and Hopkins Avenue, Redwood City; redwoodcity.org/musicinthepark. Highlights: Blues/soul/rock/swing band Lost Dog Found (June 29), blues outfit (one of the Bay Area’s best) Lara Price Band (July 20).

As is traditional with “The Rocky Horror Show,” audience participation will be encouraged ballet flats hurt big toe during its upcoming run at The Stage in downtown San Jose, But director Matty Gregg says patrons need to know their lines, “We want the audience to come with as little inhibition as possible—with a few caveats,” says Gregg, adding that those who want to “call back,” or shout out responses to the dialogue, should be familiar with the live production and not just the cult film it spawned, “Most of the lines are the same in the show as they are in the movie,” he says, “but nothing ruins an audience moment like a bad or ill-timed call back, Also, shouting out things from the movie is fun, but everything should be in context.”..

The Democrat lives within the districts of Congresswoman Barbara Lee and State Sen. Nancy Skinner. Schaaf has not yet used the attacks as a fundraising tool, unlike Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom. Newsom, a candidate for governor, reportedly sent out a fundraising email entitled “Jeff Sessions just called me ‘an embarrassment.”. Schaaf’s spokesman, Justin Berton, on Friday said the mayor remains focused on Oakland. “The mayor’s singular priority is always the long-term well-being of Oakland,” he said, listing issues of affordable housing, homelessness and street repairs. “She appreciates that what has jumped onto the national stage are Oakland’s core values of inclusive diversity and respect for all of our neighbors, no matter where they come from or how they got here.”.

At least part of the story comes from Houston’s own life: Her mother, Setsuko Takechi, did meet and marry an American G.I., Lemo Houston, an Alabama-born man mostly of African and American Indian (Blackfoot-Pikuni) heritage, He also had ethnic ties to India, Cuba, Armenia, Greece and China, The playwright was born in international waters, on ballet flats hurt big toe a military ship returning to Japan, She was granted American citizenship when her father was stationed at Fort Riley in Kansas, But while her family experience resounds in “Calligraphy,” Houston put lots of research time into it, notably visiting many care centers for the aging in the United States and in Japan..

“I always go back to my roots for covers,” Rodriguez says. “It’s very interesting how musicians from all over the world approach these Cuban songs. We have a very strong tradition from Africa, not just in the music. Richard Bona and I were listening to traditional music from Cameroon, and it sounded very similar to traditional music from Cuba, and we decided to do that song.”. For the Kuumbwa performance, Rodriguez is playing with a stellar trio featuring Bulgarian-raised bassist Peter Slavov and Puerto Rican drummer Henry Cole (who’s played often in the Bay Area with SFJazz alto saxophonist Miguel Zenon). They’ll be joined by the fervently creative Doraiswamy, who has collaborated with jazz visionaries like Wadada Leo Smith, Danilo Perez and James Newton.