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In an effort to make commutes smoother and streets safer, the San Jose City Council is pushing forward a project that will audit 100 traffic signals throughout the city, fixing and retiming those that are not functioning optimally. There are two more sessions left in the CityDance San Jose 2018 program, now in its third year at Plaza de Cesar Chavez. This Thursday, Sept. 27, members of Mambo Groovin’ Latin Dance Theatre will teach some merengue and bachata dance moves, with Carlitos Medrano and Sabor De Mi Cuba providing the live music.
TheatreWorks Leading Ladies, Noon, Feb, 8, Honoring Dr, Natalie Batalha, science team lead for NASA’s Kepler Mission; Ann Bowers, Intel’s first director of personnel, apple’s first vice president of human resources, and consultant to many start-ups; and Randi Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media and editor-in-chief of Dot Complicated, Includes ballet slippers abstract watercolor digital painting printable a luncheon and a private performance of “Silent Sky,” by Lauren Gunderson about Henrietta Leavitt, an astronomer, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, $150 for individuals; $3,000-$25,000 for sponsors, 650-463-7159 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, Information at www.theatreworks.org..
In addition to Sequoia Hospital and Sharp Healthcare foundations, the executives visited Long Beach Memorial Medical Center and the Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego. Pit Horst, fundraising-CEO from Universitätsklinikum Schleswife-Holstein in Kiel and Lübeck, and Jorit Ness, CEO from Stiftung Universitätsmedizin in Essen, both in Germany, spend the day with members of the Sequoia Hospital Foundation team sharing ideas and information regarding donor stewardship, physician relations, volunteer management, marketing, board engagement, and other topics of interest. This was a rare opportunity for all parties to exchange key information and experience from colleagues across the globe.
Palo Alto Players, “Eurydice.” Through Feb, 1, By Sarah Ruhl, “This modern reinterpretation of the classic myth follows Eurydice’s adjustment to afterlife in the Underworld — and the unthinkable choices that follow.” Directed by Jeffrey Lo, Featuring Sarah ballet slippers abstract watercolor digital painting printable Moser, Wes Gabrillo, Scott Solomon, Evan Michael Schumacher, Maureen O’Neill, Monica Ho and Monica Cappuccini, Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $31-$45 (discounts available), 650-329-0891 or www.PAplayers.org..
San Jose Stage Company: “RFK,” solo show about Robert F. Kennedy written and performed by Jack Holmes, Sept. 30-Oct. 26; “The 39 Steps,” slapstick spoof on Hitchcock mysteries, Nov. 25-Dec. 20; San Jose Stage; individual ticket prices TBA, subscription packages $135-$245; 408-283-7142, http://thestage.org. Anna Deavere Smith: The acclaimed solo performer’s residency at Stanford Live includes “Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992” (7:30 p.m. Oct. 14; location and ticket prices TBA) and “The Pipeline Project” (7:30 p.m. Oct. 30; Bing Concert Hall, Stanford University; $30-$80); 650-724-2464; https://live.stanford.edu.