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Cappel and Strides for Life Foundation members are determined to educate people to the importance of having a colonoscopy. “If colon cancer is found early via a colonoscopy, the survival rate is about 90 percent,” Cappel said. “A sigmoidoscopy detects about 45 percent of colon cancers. “Since inception, we have funded more than $1 million, which helps pay for medical services and colonoscopies for uninsured people,” Cappel said. “A colonoscopy is the most reputable test to detect colon cancer, which, not counting skin cancers, is the third most common cancer found in men and women in the U.S. and the second leading cause of cancer deaths.”.

With many in the arts community still reeling over the loss of San Jose Rep, the fact that the ballet stayed afloat is the source of great relief, It was also seen as a vote of confidence that the valley, often knocked as an industry town interested only in high tech, also values the arts, The region has lost not only the Rep, which went under last year, but also Shakespeare Santa Cruz, which died in 2013 (before ballet shoes material being reincarnated in a smaller form) and American Musical Theatre of San Jose, which perished in 2008..

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University. “Manet and the Graphic Arts in France, 1860–1880,” through Nov. 17. “Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video,” through Jan. 5, 2014. “Flesh and Metal: Body and Machine in Early 20th-Century Art,” more than 70 artworks that explore a central dynamic of art making in Europe and the Americas between the 1910s and the early 1950s, through March 16, 2014. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesdays-Sundays; Thursdays till 8 p.m. Stanford campus, off Palm Drive at Museum Way. 650-723-4177 or museum.stanford.edu.

If you’re looking for a predictable pick-me-upper, dive ballet shoes material into “Swimming With Men.” It’s been touted as a “Full Monty” in Speedos, Set in London, it finds a bored accountant (Rob Brydon) in full midlife crisis mode joining an all-male synchronized swim team, a bonding experience that makes him feel buoyant again, The cast is quite good, particularly Borden and Rupert Graves, It plays by the feel-good rules, but it made me smile, So there’s that, In the timely documentary category, see “Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes.” Alexis Bloom charts how the disgraced media mogul and cunning GOP strategizer amassed staggering amounts of power and became founder of Fox News..

“The Jewelry Box”: Brian Copeland revives his autobiographical solo show about a quest to find his mom the perfect Christmas gift; Nov. 27-Dec. 19; The Marsh, San Francisco; $30-$55; themarsh.org. “(Not) a Christmas Carol”: OnStage Theatre and Galatean Players team to stage Kathryn G. McCarty’s take on the Dickens classic; Dec. 2-13; Campbell Theater, Martinez; $10-$15; onstagetheatre.homestead.com. “Harvey”: Town Hall Theatre Company presents Mary Chase’s popular play about a man and his invisible-rabbit friend; Dec. 3-19; Town Hall Theatre, Lafayette; $20-$32; www.townhalltheatre.com.