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ballerina ballet shoes printed fabric by the half yard

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“Tommy has been so great about giving credit to the musicians doing arrangements and putting in all that extra time,” says East Bay trombonist/arranger Jeanne Geiger, a founding member of Igoe’s Bay Area band. “He puts a lot of trust in us. We have to write something that not only sounds good but has to come in legible, clean and have all the info you need to sight-read it down onstage.”. Some of the band’s best charts can be found on last year’s eponymous “The Tommy Igoe Groove Conspiracy,” which seems designed to showcase the band’s versatility. Igoe gets bored quickly, and every track stakes out different rhythmic territory, from funk and R&B to Cuban and Brazilian grooves. Trombonist John Gove’s arrangement of Joshua Redman’s tune “Jazz Crimes,” a tune from a time when the saxophone star was veering away from straight-ahead jazz syncopation, sounds like a forgotten track from Steely Dan’s “Aja.”.

Comedy on Knight Stage ‘Mission: Improvible’ starts July 31, “Mission: Improvible” will be presented by Trapped in a Rumor Improv starting at 8:15 p.m., Friday, July 31, on Knight Stage 3 Theatre, at Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek, Tickets are $15 for adults, and $12 for seniors and youths 17 and under, and can be purchased through the center ticket office in person, at www.lesherartscenter.org, or by calling 925-943-7469, Comedy on Knight Stage ‘Dog Days of ballerina ballet shoes printed fabric by the half yard Improv’ Aug, 1..

On Wednesday, author Tom Zaniello will have a discussion and book signing in San Jose for his new book, “California’s Lamson Murder Mystery: The Depression Era Case That Divided Santa Clara County.” At its center is David Lamson, a Stanford executive who found his wife, Allene, dead in their Palo Alto home on Memorial Day 1933. After a judge sentenced him to hang at San Quentin prison, a team of Stanford colleagues stepped in to form a defense committee — a group that included poets Yvor Winters and Janet Lewis, as well as Berkeley criminologist E.O. Heinrich. The group managed to overturn the verdict and bring on a series of heated retrials.

Speaking of the tiny one and his father, Scrooge’s earnest, hard-working bookkeeper Bob Cratchit (played here by earnest, hard-working James Ambler), it’s one of Act 1’s highlights when Tiny Tim (cherubic Noah Itzkovitz) and his dad sing a sweet duet, “You Mean More to Me” with Bob hoisting Tiny up onto his shoulders, (It did look as if Ambler was grimacing somewhat, trying to keep him steady up there, while smiling cheerily and singing out.), Several other actors offer up outstanding performances, but none more so that the energetic, sparkling Sammi Hildebrand who brings a whole new dimension to the role of the Ghost of Christmas Past, Clad in a flashy showgirl costume with a long wig of curly red ringlets, Hildebrand commands the stage with her bold ballerina ballet shoes printed fabric by the half yard movements, vivacious smile and strong vocals, And then there’s her book — but that’s a special effect that must be seen to be appreciated..

CANCER (June 21-July 22): Learn to be wise. Read and study. Your week will unwind flawlessly if you put your trust in others and refuse to bow to outside pressures. Pay close attention to human moods and business will take care of itself. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Fill up your bank account the old fashioned way. Your wisdom about financial matters will keep you from falling into bad habits. In the week ahead a partner will prove to be entirely trustworthy and dispel your doubts. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You have a decided advantage in the week ahead. Although a financial matter could cause concern, you will find creative solutions at your fingertips. Your ability to compromise will put you at the head of the pack.