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A hotshot performer in the dance world, the Cuban-born Carreño is taking on his first stint as the leader of a major company. Charismatic and hardworking, he would seem to be a natural for the job, but he’s also facing the harsh reality that the South Bay’s biggest resident dance company has long struggled with its finances. On the eve of its 2014 program — the first under his stewardship — the cash-strapped troupe had to tighten its belt in the wake of sagging ticket sales and donations. That means there will be no live orchestra for its “Neoclassical to Now” program, which runs Friday through Sunday at San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts. Still, Carreño is not one to be fazed by obstacles.

“Friends offered the drug to her, so she felt safe, Shortly afterward, she died, We celebrate the life of this former Ralston Middle School student and remember her short life as a way to bring hope and awareness so others will make good choices, In remembering Irma’s short life, we hope to educate students of the dangers of drugs.”, Hoskins coordinated bringing in ballet flats black former NFL players Dennis Brown, Mike Dotterer, Henry “Model T” Ford, Allan Kennedy, Eason Ramson, NFL Alumni President Larry Schreiber, and Gary Weaver, as well as drug counselors and law enforcement officers, to talk to the kids about substance abuse and the dangers of drugs and alcohol..

• • • • •. Hawaiian Airlines/Kristi Yamaguchi Downtown Ice, Circle of Palms, between the Fairmont Hotel and San Jose Museum of Art. Glide around the South Bay’s largest seasonal outdoor skating rink with extended dates until the Super Bowl. Hours vary. Through Feb. 7. $13-$17. sjdowntown.com/downtownice or 408.291.0525. • • • • •. Roaring Camp Railroads Holiday Lights Train, depart and return in front of Neptune’s Kingdom at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. Cruise the decorated streets of Santa Cruz and meet up with Santa, all while sipping hot cider and enjoying musical entertainment. Various times Nov. 27- 28 and Dec. 5-6, 12-13, 18-23. $23 and $29. roaringcamp.com or 831.335.4484.

On Saturday, the museum will encourage visitors to take a more active stance at a free community day from 11 a.m, to 3 p.m, You could create a protest button or poster, send a postcard to elected officials or even register to vote. Visitors can also sew with visiting textile artist Jen Graham, who is working on a 2018 version of her piece, “Trajectory Patterns,” which documents the addresses where gun fatalities occurred, The original 2016 piece was 137 feet long, There also will be a community panel on firearms and safety at 1 p.m., followed by a roundtable discussion, You can register to take part at www.sjquiltmuseum.org/events, And for those who want to have a bigger impact than just talking, Museum Executive Director Nancy Bavor points to the “Cash and Quilts for Guns” buyback that’s planned for later this year, The museum is raising $25,000 toward the San Jose Police Foundation and San Jose Police Department’s biennial buyback event and is also accepting donations of handmade quilts that may be exchanged ballet flats black for weapons..

A nephew, Jordan Walker-Pearlman, confirmed the death in a statement that said the cause was complications from Alzheimer’s disease. Wilder grew up in the Midwest, trained at the Old Vic in England and brought classical stage technique to Brooks’s outlandish humor. “My job was to make him more subtle,” Wilder once said. “His job was to make me more broad.”. But sometimes Wilder brought important comic ideas to Brooks. While filming “Young Frankenstein” (1974), a tribute to Universal Studios horror movies of the 1930s, Wilder urged that he and Peter Boyle, who was playing the monster, tap-dance a duet to “Puttin’ on the Ritz.”.