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Namrata discussed the risks both men took to accomplish their objectives and wrote, “The appetite for risk-taking that these two men displayed foreshadowed the distinctly American flair for entrepreneurship that would ultimately earn the United States its exceptionalist [sic] role in the world. Today … the courage, resilience and business acumen of Columbus and Washington should serve to inspire us.”. Washington, by the way, was born on Feb. 22, 1732, and the Washington’s Birthday holiday was established in 1885. In 1971, the holiday was moved to the third Monday in February and renamed Presidents Day as a way to celebrate all presidents. This year, Presidents Day falls on Feb. 17.

For more information, email diance@art4antioch.org, call 925-325-9897 or go to www.art4antioch.org/CelebrationofArt2014.asp, ACFA hosts exhibit (at Umpqua Bank, ANTIOCH — The Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch is hosting an ballet shoes part 6 exhibit at Umpqua Bank, 3700 Lone Tree Way, The exhibit is open and continues through July 25, Umpqua Bank is at 3700 Lone Tree Way and is open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., excluding holidays, Featured artists are Beverly Knight, Diane Klein Gwynne, James Waters, Karen Nelson Kelly, Vicki Dendy and Victoria Heisler, For more information, email diance@art4antioch.org, call 925-325-9897 or go to www.art4antioch.org..

Buckley starred as Grizabella in the original Broadway production of “Cats,” stopping the show nightly with her electrifying performance of the song “Memory.” She has had other memorable roles in theater, including Norma Desmond in “Sunset Boulevard.” New York magazine hailed the Tony Award winner as “THE voice of Broadway.”. Buckley’s passion for theater began when, at age 11, she saw “Pajama Game.” Her mother was a singer-dancer and her aunt was a dance teacher. Buckley was also inspired by jazz artists, including Sarah Vaughan.

Sons In Retirement: The organization holds a buffet luncheon meeting on the fourth Wednesday of each month, Michael’s Shoreline, 2460 N, Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View, Contact Foster Kinney at 650-299-9479, Midpeninsula Widow and Widower Association: Meets Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m, Los Altos Lutheran Church, 460 S, El Monte, ballet shoes part 6 Los Altos, 408-246-4642, Military Officers Association of America: The Silicon Valley chapter holds a luncheon meeting on the third Thursday of the month, For more information, visit siliconvalleymoaa.org or call 408-245-2217..

I know I’m not alone. Remember the movie “The Gods Must Be Crazy?’ Great flick. Basic plot point is this: A Coke bottle falls from the sky into the Kalahari desert and the tribe of bushmen who find it consider it a gift from the gods. They discover many wonderful uses for this Coke bottle, but eventually, it causes too much grief and jealousy and anger and they decide to throw the thing off the edge of the Earth. Have you seen the new Facebook commercial, for it’s “Home’ app? In it, there’s an extended family sitting around a dinner table, and a woman is leading the most boring conversation ever. “This morning when I went to the supermarket, I finally found the pet aisle,’ she begins. Three seconds later, a young woman sitting next to the pet aisle woman checks out her phone — which she’s hiding under the table — and looks at the Facebook feeds of her friends, which are then superimposed as live action on top of the boring dinner conversation. Rockin’ rock bands and beautiful ballet recitals and super-fun snowball fights fill the screen as the boring story goes on and on.