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Dave Matthews Band. With Mariachi El Bronx. 5:30 p.m. Sept. 8. Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View. $79, $44.50 lawn; plus applicable charges. www.livenation.com. Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival. With Alice in Chains, Jane’s Addiction, Coheed and Cambria, Circa Survive, New Politics, Middle Class Rut, Danko Jones and Walking Papers. 2 p.m. Sept. 11. Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View. $29.50-$74.50, $20 lawn; plus applicable charges. www.livenation.com. Rock the Bells X. 11 a.m. Sept. 14 and 15. With Big K.R.I.T., Black Hippy, Bodega Bamz, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Brother Ali, Chase & Status, Common, Curren$y, Danny Brown, Dilated Peoples, Dizzy Wright, Dom Kennedy, E40 and Too Short, Earl Sweatshirt, Flatbush Zombies, Hit Boy, Hopsin, Immortal Technique, Jhene Aiko, Kid Cudi, Lecrae, MiMOSA, Prof, Rakim, Snow Tha Product, Supernatural, Talib Kweli, Tech N9ne, Tyler The Creator, Wu-Tang Clan and more to be announced. Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View. Two-day festival passes $175-$239.50; $99 for lawn; plus applicable charges. www.livenation.com.

“I remember that, and I remember Prohibition, when people made liquor in their homes, And cars have changed,” she says, “Old cars had less problems because they didn’t ballet shoe monogram frame svg files for cricut or silhouette pointe shoe monogram frame svg dxf cut file clipart clip art set have all the electronics.”, Until recent eye problems interfered, Norma has been driving and providing most of their Lafayette home’s maintenance and upkeep, She and Leonard moved into the cozy bungalow after the end of World War II in 1945 and did many of the renovations, including wood paneling, room additions and other features Leonard shows off with a wide-sweeping gesture and a proud statement: “We did all this.”..

In the film, Li Cunxin (played by Chi Cao) comes to America in 1981. He has absorbed government propaganda that declared China to have “the highest standard of living in the world,” that in America many were starving. Allowed to train with the Houston Ballet, Li sees an extravagant land of plenty, is stunned by America’s level of freedom and decides to defect. “In the hands of a less capable filmmaker … this film could easily have degenerated into a jingoistic anti-Communist diatribe,” Bruce DeMara wrote in the Toronto Star.

“I was a 16-year-old kid who got paid $10 cash to unload the truck for the Bill Graham concerts at the Berkeley Community Theatre,” Mayeri said in an interview held at the 97-year-old UC Theatre, “I’d unload the truck, set the stage, usher the show, tear down the stage, repack the truck, Sixteen hours of work and I would have ballet shoe monogram frame svg files for cricut or silhouette pointe shoe monogram frame svg dxf cut file clipart clip art set paid ten bucks to do it.”, Mayeri eventually became chief operating officer at Bill Graham Presents, a concert promotion and production enterprise, “Bill Graham Presents was a great place to learn,” Mayeri said, “Bill Graham was a great teacher.”..

Barbara Rose: The art world was still very, very small, very experimental. One pole was organized around John Cage and Merce Cunningham, the other pole around the critic Clement Greenberg. . . . Samuel Beckett, whose plays were being produced in New York at the time, was very important. Cage’s music and philosophy and Buddhism were very important. Cunningham’s choreography and philosophy were very important. . . . It was a totally different New York City. Things were much more open and less planned and strategized. It had to do with how much energy or talent or commitment you had. It didn’t have anything to do with money at all.