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* Area Wide Police Heroism and Police Heroism: San Bruno Officer Brandon Hart. * Police Heroism: Daly City Lt. Cameron Christensen, Officers Lee Aquila, Taylor Johnson, Karen Douglas, Noah Serbin, Angelo Hamilton, Christian Poteat, and Garrett McKenzie. Belmont Police Chief Dan DeSmidt and San Francisco Fire Department Battalion Chief Lorrie Kalos, both Lions, made the police and fire presentations, respectively. Redwood City resident Ellen Kirschman, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist in private practice and a volunteer clinician at the First Responders Support Network, was the keynote speaker. An award-winning author, she is also the recipient of the California Psychological Association’s 2014 award for distinguished contributions to psychology and the American Psychological Association’s 2010 award for outstanding contribution to the practice of police and public safety psychology.
The festival kicks off June 7 with a red-carpet opening screening and after-party that will cost $15 per person, The festival will take place at the Cinemark Century 14 in Walnut Creek, with multiple screenings each day, The festival also features a workshop exploring the short film and a showcase of Northern California filmmakers, For tickets, a list of the films and more information visit: www.wcsff.com, Original personalized dance bracelet-ballerina/ballet charm for girls/little kids/children/women-dance recital/birthday/christmas gift compositions for piano will be performed, sampling the Austria, Los Angeles, early, and current phases of his work, Special guest cellist Pawel Walerowski will be featured on Stone’s compositions for cello and piano..
Alexander has pursued entertain with miraculous effects of the mind and the hands. The theater is at 602 W. Second St. For tickets and information, call 925-757-9500 or go to www.elcampaniltheatre.com. Auditions planned for ‘The Cat and The devil’. ANTIOCH — The Drama Factory will hold auditions for “The Cat and The devil” 7 to 9 p.m. Dec. 29 and 30 at the Nick Rodriguez Community Theatre, 213 F St. The play is for children 8 and older. Performance dates are Jan. 27, 28, 29 and Feb. 6 and 7. No experience needed. For information, call 925-695-4123.
In the Name of Love — 7 p.m, Sunday, Oakland Scottish Rite Center, 1547 Lakeside Drive, The 14th Annual Musical Tribute Honoring Dr, Marin Luther King Jr, $40, premiere seating, $25 general, $8 children 12 and younger, 510-858-5313, www.mlktribute.com, Multi-Cultural Rally — 10 a.m, Monday, The Longest Running Rally in the Bay Area, 99 HegenbergerRoad, Oakland, personalized dance bracelet-ballerina/ballet charm for girls/little kids/children/women-dance recital/birthday/christmas gift Seeking donations, you can mail them to Dr, Martin Luther King Jr, Rally Committee, P.O, Box 14993, Oakland, CA 94614, All donations are tax deductible, For more information call Otis Sanders 510-798-5535 or Joan Suzio 510-684-1007, firstname.lastname@example.org..
The musical’s embrace of gallows humor helps ground its hard-nosed social analysis. This is a world where a violent clash between police and strikers bleeds into a little girl’s dance class. This is a world where no one can afford to hope. Survival is what’s at stake here. So when Billy finds his calling amid the tutus and tinsel of Mrs. Wilkinson’s (a wry turn by Janet Dickinson) second-rate dance class, the stage is set for a family meltdown. The lad knows he will be branded a sissy, but he also knows that nothing has ever given him such a feeling of grace and comfort.