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Adam Benforado is a youngish, white, bespectacled law professor at Drexel University. If you were to ask anyone, they’d most likely say he doesn’t look like a murderer, a pickpocket or a rapist. He is none of those things, of course. But the notion that criminals have a “look” — and how that can lead to misidentifications and wrongful prosec. utions — is one of the problems he explores in his book, “Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Injustice.”. Beforado helped kick off this year’s Silicon Valley Reads season Thursday night, speaking to a crowd of more than 200 people at De Anza College’s Visual and Performing Arts Center. It’s the first of more than 150 events taking place over the next month for the community reads program, which is sponsored by the San Jose Public Library, the Santa Clara County Library District and the Santa Clara County Office of Education.

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Details: 2 p.m. Oct. 13; Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $12-$28; 925-943-7469, www.diablosymphony.org. Excerpts from the program will be performed at a free concert at 3 p.m. Oct. 12 at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 1035 Carol Lane, Lafayette. 7 DANCE THEATRE OF SAN FRANCISCO: Into the Bay Area’s busy dance scene comes San Francisco Opera dancer Annabelle Henry’s new company, aiming to spotlight new works by a wide variety of choreographers. True to form, DTSF’s debut program this weekend features world premieres by choreographers Erik Wagner (San Francisco Ballet), Sandrine Cassini (Paris Opera Ballet and Zurich Ballet), Lesa Dusich (Reno Dance Company) and Marcos Vedoveto (Zhukov Dance Theatre).

“His friends have been really great,” Bill said, During the day, the nagging worries are easier to tame, Wendi said, vintage italian perforated charcoal leather ballet flats with ribbon embellishment , size : eu 37 / us women's 6 1/2 But when the distraction of the day’s activities fade and night leaves nothing but stillness, it’s then that thoughts of “what if,” keep Wendi and Bill awake, wracked with fear, They’ve been buoyed, they said, by the doctors and nurses who have cared for their son, including one nurse who Wendi watched gently stroke Sam’s forehead, or the night nurse who lent his shoulder for her to cry on during a particularly difficult night..

It has reached a point where Ballet San Jose’s “The Nutcracker” is almost as much a seasonal tradition as Christmas in the Park. For more than three decades, the company has put on its version of “Nutcracker,” with justly acclaimed choreography by artistic director Dennis Nahat. This year, it runs Dec. 11-26 at the Center for the Performing Arts, with tickets ranging from $30 to $100 for full performances and a family-friendly $16-$60 for special children’s matinees (visit www.balletsj.org for more details and tickets). Of course, there is the “other” “Nutcracker” at the CPA — the one produced by the San Jose Dance Theatre with a mix of ballet students and professionals. It will be staged Dec. 3-5 with the Silicon Valley Symphony providing music. Tickets are $22-$52, www.ticketguys.com. Visit www.sjdt.org for details.