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“Marissa is a well-known, visionary leader in user experience and product design,” Yahoo co-founder David Filo said in the news release. Yet many took note that when Google CEO Larry Page redrew the company’s organization chart last year, Mayer was not promoted to report directly to him. That led some to speculate that she had risen as high as she could at Google. Although Google declined to make any of its executives available to talk about Mayer’s defection, Page issued a statement that read: “Marissa has been a tireless champion of our users. She contributed to the development of our Search, Geo, and Local products. We will miss her talents.”.
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Bay Area icon Rita Moreno, up-and-coming singer-songwriter Bishop Briggs, the long-awaited return of New Order and “The Bodyguard” musical highlight our list of cool stuff to do in the Bay Area April 20-23 (and beyond). Legendary Rita Moreno shares songs, stories: At 85, Rita Moreno is still conquering new frontiers. With an Oscar, two Emmys, a Grammy and a Tony on her mantle, a photo of Marlon Brando by her bed (the “lust” of her life, she told People magazine in a recent feature) and a starring role on the Netflix reboot of the 1970s-’80s sitcom “One Day at a Time,” she could take a break and enjoy the view from her Berkeley hills abode. But this weekend, she’s making her debut at the intimate Feinstein’s cabaret joint in San Francisco, performing favorite songs from the Great American Songbook and sharing stories from her trailblazing career. Details: 8 p.m. April 21-22; Feinstein’s at Hotel Nikko, San Francisco; $50-$90; 855-636-4556, www.hotelnikkosf.com/feinsteins.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent.
Westhope Senior Activities Center: Come for family-style lunch, Mondays, noon, small donation, Other activities include line dancing, Mondays, 9:30 a.m, All seniors are welcome, Westhope Presbyterian Church, 12850 Saratoga Ave., cross street Cox Avenue, Older Adult Transitions Services: El Camino Hospital Los Gatos presents OATS, a group-based program for folks 55 and older experiencing life changes, losses, depression or anxiety, In a classroom environment, participants learn skills for coping and recovery, Emphasis is on helping elders rediscover their strengths and move forward with living, Program staff includes doctors, nurses and 10 pieces - ballet shoes bracelets party favors therapists and is covered by Medicare and most insurance, For more information or to schedule an assessment, call 408-866-4028..
• Provides an introduction to solar, energy efficiency, and green building skills and industries. • Offers hands-on instruction in our Solar and Building Science Learning Center. • Features multiple Skyline College faculties from the solar, home performance, and marketing industries. • Results in 2 units of college credit, transferable to any California State University and Calif., community college. Watch a video overview of the camp and the social media projects students did last year at https://www.youtube.com/user/SkylineEC2013/videos .