18" Doll Clothes; 8 Piece Green Fairy Ball Gown, Wings, Cloak, Ballet Dance Slippers, Hair Barette, Choker, Full Tulle Slip

18" doll clothes; 8 piece green fairy ball gown, wings, cloak, ballet dance slippers, hair barette, choker, full tulle slip

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18" doll clothes; 8 piece green fairy ball gown, wings, cloak, ballet dance slippers, hair barette, choker, full tulle slip

Active tolerance is the top theme at the 23rd Annual East Bay International Jewish Film Festival. Opening March 1 at Orinda Theatre in Orinda and continuing for 10 days at Century 16 in Pleasant Hill before winding up in Livermore with three days at Vine Cinema, the hyper-mobile festival is anything but passive. While past film collections have explored anti-Semitism, the Holocaust and other stories primarily reflecting Jewish experiences and perspectives, this year’s docket displays a global focus. In documentaries, biopics, comedies, short- and feature-length movies, the approximately 39 films selected by committee from roughly 120 submissions deliver a stand up, say-no-to-hate-everywhere message.

By Gregory S, Schneider and Laura Vozzella | Washington Post, RICHMOND, Va, – The state capital was thrown into tumult Monday, as Virginia Gov, Ralph Northam, D, mulled his response to controversy over the a racist photo in his 18" doll clothes; 8 piece green fairy ball gown, wings, cloak, ballet dance slippers, hair barette, choker, full tulle slip 1984 medical school yearbook while the man who would succeed him, Lt, Gov, Justin Fairfax, D, denied a sexual assault allegation that appeared on a conservative website, As all 140 members of the General Assembly tried to focus on approving a state budget, the atmosphere of uncertainty and drama was thick..

But give City Lights credit. Director Lisa Mallette and her cast of 26 seem not the least bit intimidated by the scope of the work and tackle it with a winning combination of exuberance and efficiency that reminds you that great songs, an iconic romance and pointless tragedy on any scale can thrill an audience. The story unfolds as the Jets, a gang of older-generation New York City immigrants (Italian, Irish, Polish) are being challenged for their Upper West Side turf by newer immigrants, the Sharks (Puerto Rican). When Tony, a Jet, and Maria, a Shark girl, fall hard for each other, the racial animosities between the two gangs lurch into a series of violent tragedies that no one, especially the few adults in the picture, can prevent.

Aragon High School Performing Arts, “Into the Woods.” 7 p.m, Nov, 20-22, 2 p.m, Nov, 23, Aragon High School Theater, 900 Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo, $10-$15 advance, $10-$17 at the door, www.aragondrama.com or 650-558-2920, Los Altos Stage Company, “The Fox on the Fairway.” Nov, 20-Dec, 14, By Ken Ludwig, Directed by Daniel P, Wilson, Featuring Michael Weiland as Justin Hicks, Brooke Silva as Louise Heindbedder, Fred Pitts as Henry Bingham, Ali Gangi Malone as Pamela Peabody, 18" doll clothes; 8 piece green fairy ball gown, wings, cloak, ballet dance slippers, hair barette, choker, full tulle slip Danny Martin as Dickie Bell and Stephanie Crowley as Murial Bingham, Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hillview Ave., Los Altos, $18-$34, www.losaltosstage.org or 650-941-0551..

“It was wonderful. We’re looking forward to seeing them at our events and keeping in contact as they continue on in life.”. The Class of 1966 celebrates its 50th reunion in high fashion with an array of events over five days, including opening its time capsule at Antioch High and touring the new athletic stadium, a dinner-dance, a Giants game, a tribute to classmates who served in the military, and a visit to Hazel’s. “We have a very close class. We have done a reunion every five years, 50th and 60th birthday parties and a ‘Medicare Party.’ We have a luncheon every other month with about 50-60 classmates,” Shelton said.