Ballet Slippers Adults

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Gonzalez explained why he pulled off the unique proposal. “Today was salad dressing day, because it was Spirit Day, and one of the themes was dressing up as ranch salad … country related, so I showed up with my cowboy boots and everything on a horse,” he said. “Well I was there for a bit and I knew people would come like security so I tried to leave, but on my way I heard the principal screaming … they said, ‘What if someone had gotten hurt’ … I kind of knew I was going to get into trouble, but I thought it was going to be detention or Saturday school, but not suspended.”.

Book and Bake Sale: A variety of books and homemade baked goods will be featured at this event, Thousands of books are categorized according to subject and/or author, Oct, 8, noon-4 p.m.; Oct, 9, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Oct, 10, 9 a.m.-2 p.m, St, Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Church, 1522 McCoy Ave., San Jose (adjacent to Campbell), 408.378.1595, Dalai Lama Event: The Gyuto Vajrayana Center hosts a teaching by His Holiness the ballet slippers adults 14th Dalai Lama titled “Eight Verses of Training the Mind: Awakening the Heart of Compassion.” Oct, 12, $20-$40 (free for children under 7), San Jose Convention Center, www.gyutocenter.org..

San Francisco Boys Chorus: Presents an East Bay Winter Concert; 7 p.m. Dec. 16; St. John’s Presbyterian Church, Berkeley; $25-$35; www.sfbc.org. “Cinderella”: Opera San Jose presents American premiere of 12-year-old composer Alma Deutscher’s work inspired by the Cinderella fable; Dec. 16-21; California Theatre, San Jose; all shows sold out, check company website for late tickets or additional performances; www.operasj.org. “Winter’s Gifts: Family”: Presented by the Choral Project with San Jose Chamber Orchestra; Dec. 16-17 in Palo Alto and Santa Clara; $10-$35; www.choralproject.org.

Lawton will be packing the space to the rafters, Eight company dancers and four live musicians will explore and expand upon a lifetime of shared and individual memories in the 50-minute, multi-sectioned piece, Longtime collaborator and lighting designer Linda Baumgardener (Lawton calls Baumgardener’s lighting, “my ninth dancer,”) will create unembellished, “sacred spaces.”, “The thread of this has been in process,” Lawton said, “I worked with ballet slippers adults specific memories, like the first time you realized a person you trusted wasn’t there for you, The dancers talked about how it felt to have the rug emotionally pulled out from under them.”..

The goal is to reveal the changes in the sun’s corona and chromosphere, the fiery hot outermost layer of solar atmosphere. Resembling a lion’s mane, it is usually not visible because of the sun’s intensely bright light. Once this huge dataset is collected, it’s Google’s turn. In Mountain View, a team will use technology to algorithmically align and process the images. The stitching algorithm is based on work by University of Colorado’s Larisza Krista. After identifying the solar disk in each frame, the Google team will scale, shift and rotate the images so they’re all in the same place. The entire eclipse path is broken into 3,600 equal segments. For each segment, the “best” photo is identified. Then the movie is stitched together. The first results of this ambitious project should be available Monday evening on the Eclipse Megamovie website.