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For cost of the lunch, golf, cocktail and awards reception, sponsorship opportunities, and to receive a brochure, call Lisa Van Buskirk at 650-340-7022, ext. 327, or email Lvanbuskirk@PHS-SPCA.org. Built after the 1906 earthquake as a family refuge away from San Francisco, the castle has been home to a wide variety of interesting occupants, such as an “abortion mill,” a Prohibition “speakeasy,” and a U.S. Coast Guard communications center during World War II to guard against Japanese saboteurs who might come ashore from submarines.
“It’s an unusual character to play, because sensitivity hasn’t come upon the scene yet,” Russell says, “Adam was the first, and he doesn’t know what to do, It’s somebody with their first girlfriend writ large, who does everything wrong the first time, He only has two settings, anger and libido, Those are my two settings, I haven’t learned how to do anything else, Some things ballet leotards adults haven’t changed, You can see people like that every day on the Internet.”..
It was not immediately clear which Los Angeles-area students were on which bus. Students on the two buses from Los Angeles were supposed to be divided into two groups: last names beginning with the letters A to L on one bus, M to Z on another, Humboldt State spokesman Frank Whitlatch said. But the teenagers “did what 17-year-olds do,” and switched vehicles to sit with their friends. Only one victim — Arthur Arzola, a 26-year-old Humboldt advisor — has been positively identified by coroner’s officials. Relatives and school officials have identified a few of the others who have not been accounted for.
Mission Chamber Orchestra: Emily Ray leads the orchestra in “Latin Passions,” a program that features works by Rodrigo, Moncayo, Ponce and the West Coast premiere of a work by composer Miguel Del Aguila, who will attend the concert, Feb, 12, 7:30 p.m, $22 general/$18 students and seniors/$7 children under 12, Le Petit Trianon, 72 N, Fifth St., San Jose, 408.236.3350 or www.missionchamber.org, On the Waterfront: San Jose Stage Company presents a newly released stage adaptation of the original screenplay of the film about an ex-prize fighter turned longshoreman who in conflicted about whether he should stand up to his corrupt union bosses, ballet leotards adults Feb, 16-March 13, $14-$35, The Stage, 490 S, First St., San Jose, 408.283.7142 or www.thestage.org..
San Jose Museum of Art: “Retro-Tech,” an exhibition that explores technology and the concept of obsolescence. Organized in conjunction with the 01SJ Biennial art and technology event. Through Feb. 6. 110 S. Market St., San Jose. 408.271.6840 or www.sjmusart.org. Women’s Singing Group: The Bay Area Showcase Chorus welcomes women who love to sing at any rehearsal. Meets most Thursdays, 7:30 p.m. Visit http://www.singharmony.org for information on rehearsal location, or call 408.973.1555.