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4 “Love and Taxes”: Bay Area comedian and monologist Josh Kornbluth is known for such films and solo stage shows as “Haiku Tunnel” (about working as a legal temp), “Ben Franklin Unplugged” and “Citizen Josh.” This film, directed by his brother Jacob (who also helmed “Haiku Tunnel”), chronicles Josh’s “possibly real” seven-year battle with the IRS over nonpayment of taxes. The comedy opens at two Bay Area theaters this weekend. Details: Screenings begin March 17 at Rialto Cinemas Elmwood in Berkeley ($10-$12.50) and the Roxie in San Francisco ($8-$12); more information is at loveandtaxesmovie.com.
The Revels is much more than a concert or music performance, better described as a quilt of many colors and textures and an extravaganza where the audience often blends with the chorus and performers, “We invite the audience to join us in singing the music, We’ve taken an old traditional English song and made it into a three-part round with new lyrics,” Parr said, “The way the harmonies develop are surprising and just beautiful and the audience will be immersed in that, That’s a beautiful way that the audience becomes involved ballet art/ballerina/dancer/ballet shoes/ oil painting /canvas/original artwork. with things onstage.”..
Peanuts, which was bought by Chang’s family in 1982, is the epitome of a college joint, with relatively cheap prices, huge portions, and various photos and tributes of gratitude from fraternities and sororities hanging on the wall. Chang has a reputation for remembering the usual orders of regulars, and Huh concedes it’ll take him a while to get to that point. “It’s a big responsibility,” Huh said. “But the people are all very nice.”. Fans shouldn’t expect much to change, although Huh said he’d like to add some more veggie options to the menu and maybe extend the hours a little later into the evening.
“The Nazis were obsessed with controlling the visual,” said Cora Sol Goldstein, a professor of political science at the University of California at Long Beach, who has studied postwar Germany, “They thought art was propaganda, They used art, So it makes sense that in ’45 the Americans had to do something about all the Nazi iconography.”, According to Gilkey’s report, he was acting under U.S, military regulations that stated in part: “All collections of works of art relating or dedicated to the perpetuation of German Militarism or Nazism will be closed permanently and taken ballet art/ballerina/dancer/ballet shoes/ oil painting /canvas/original artwork. into custody.”..
Performances are at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. Sundays through Oct. 19 at the theater, 951 Pomona Ave. in El Cerrito. For tickets or more details call 510-524-9132 or visit www.ccct.org. There will also be food booths and trucks, a beer and wine garden, an outdoor marketplace, a Kids Zone and more. Details: www.richmnodmainstreet.org or 510-236-4049. Details: www.downtownberkeleymusicfest.org. Bring your lawn chair to kick back and listen to blues by featured performers Fillmore Slim and Nat Bolden.