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ballet, dance, ballet tutu, pointe shoes, ballet school wall decal window sticker handmade 1546

ballet, dance, ballet tutu, pointe shoes, ballet school wall decal window sticker handmade 1546

ballet, dance, ballet tutu, pointe shoes, ballet school wall decal window sticker handmade 1546

He was attracted to the East Bay because of Sinkler Miller’s mission to advance black medical professionals in the field. “I tell (young doctors) it’s not about making a million bucks,” he said. “It’s about making people heal. The whole room doesn’t light up but those two who say ‘that’s what I want to do’ are the ones who are going to be successful.”. U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee and Oakland Raiders orthopedic surgeon Warren J. Strudwick Jr. were the night’s hosts, playfully ribbing President Obama about the failures of the Affordable Care Act website. Lee said African-Americans in the East Bay provide important services to patients of all nationalities, especially in low-income areas.

Convex acoustical panels hang from the ceiling to ensure even sound quality — they can be adjusted depending on the type of performance, whether it is a musical, solo musician or orchestra, Hidden above the panels is a network of catwalks for lighting technicians, The rigging system in the 70-foot-high loft above the stage can raise and lower as many as 50 backdrops, The orchestra pit is controlled by a wheelchair-accesible hydraulic lift, When it’s not needed for an orchestra, it can be raised all the way ballet, dance, ballet tutu, pointe shoes, ballet school wall decal window sticker handmade 1546 to the stage for plays or partway to accommodate additional audience members..

BalaGokulam: A class for children to learn and appreciate the roots of Indian American culture, spiritual growth via shlokas, mental growth via yoga meditation, pranayaam and physical growth via yoga and Surya Namaskar. Sundays, 2:30-4 p.m. Joan Pisani Community Center, 19655 Allendale Ave., Saratoga. Free, RSVP required to tinyurl.com/SaratogaClass. Yoga for Beginners: Instructor Mrs. Dharwadkar runs this weekly yoga session. Sundays, 5-6 p.m. Joan Pisani Community Center, 19655 Allendale Ave., Saratoga. Free. RSVP is required to tinyurl.com/saratogaclass.

Berkeley’s Ruth Botchan Dance Company celebrates its 30th anniversary Saturday and Sunday at the Western Sky Studio, presenting works from the ’80s and ’90s and two premieres, including the Vassily Kandinsky-inspired “Composition XII.” 8 p.m., 2525 Eighth ballet, dance, ballet tutu, pointe shoes, ballet school wall decal window sticker handmade 1546 St., Berkeley, $17-$20, 510-848-4878, www.berkeleymovingarts.com, The consistently stellar ODC/Dance presents its 41st annual home season’s “ODC/Dance Downtown,” at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts’ Novellus Theater on March 15-25, The season features three world premieres, including ODC founder and artistic director Brenda Way’s “Breathing Underwater,” set to live music by composer and avant cello phenomenon Zoe Keating, ODC co-artistic director Nelson’s “Cut Out Guy,” featuring music by experimental composer Ben Frost, is also on the program, as is “Transit,” a collaboration with San Francisco bicycle artist Max Chen, 700 Howard St., San Francisco, $20-$55, 415-978-2787, www.odcdance.org..

Roddy’s life won’t fade into history, I was happy to find out. Katie Cooney, a freelance photographer who met Roddy a few years back on an assignment, is working on his biography. SPECIAL MENTION: One of the consistent highlights at the San Jose Sports Hall of Fame dinner is the presentation of the award for Special Olympian of the Year, which this year went to Kris Peterson — a three-sport athlete with Special Olympics Northern California. Peterson, who is also a poet, received two standing ovations and delivered an eloquent, moving speech in which he said he embraces being a role model for people with differing abilities.