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The program “Ruin In Progress: How the Decay of Cal’s Historic Buildings Reflect Its Changing Mission” takes the view that “as costly new structures rise around the university’s perimeter, the historic buildings at its core suffer advanced neglect.”. The talk will be followed by a discussion on “the crisis of maintenance at UC’s flagship campus” with art history Professor Margaretta Lovell and Professor Emerita of Integrative Biology Roberta Park as panelists and audience participation is encouraged.

For people like Margolin and the panel guests — which include Mayor Tom Bates, state Sen, Loni Hancock, author and environmental activist Kenneth Brower, poet Robert Hass and others — low-cost housing, a family-friendly environment, and intellectual and social experimentation were attributes that originally attracted them to Berkeley, “Unless we think of how to embed these things in Berkeley, the city will be in the hands of outside women's slippers- black ballet flat- merino wool felt- handmade in italy- grosgrain ribbon & bow- size eu 36 ownership,” Margolin says, “I don’t want to stop progress, but I want some way of defining these values and to know the various institutions we need to retain, Berkeley presents theatrical possibilities embedded in intellectualism, Without that intellectualism, it becomes stagy and stupid, It becomes a freak show.”..

As befitting the region that introduced the U.S. to the ballet, there is no shortage of “Nutcracker” productions and interpretations available this season. Here are some of the best, most interesting and least likely. Details: Dec. 9-27, War Memorial Opera House, 301 Van Ness Ave., S.F. $32-$125, 415-865-2000, www.sfballet.org. Details: Dec. 23-24, Dec. 26, Paramount Theatre, 2025 Broadway, Oakland, $15-$50, 800-745-3000, oaklandballet.org. Details: Dec. 11-26, San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd., $16-$100, 408-288-2800, www.balletsj.org.

The time was running out, host Tom Bergeron kept urging things along and co-host Erin Andrews spoke to Marilu, “You said this was a dream to be on this show …” she began before Marilu burst out, “I’ve had such a blast, such a blast, This is such an incredible family,” as she rapidly began women's slippers- black ballet flat- merino wool felt- handmade in italy- grosgrain ribbon & bow- size eu 36 naming people while Derek laughed and clapped for her, “(There’s) the judges, you guys (pointing to Tom and Erin), my darling Derek, the hair, makeup and wardrobe people, everybody, (executive producers) Deena (Katz) and Rob (Wade), All of them, It’s been unbelievable.”..

Recalling the impromptu demonstration, Cal Performances Director Matías Tarnopolsky described Das’ death as “a monumental loss to the artistic community, locally, nationally and internationally, that’s going to be felt for a long time to come. The magic of the man you saw at the news conference was palpable in everything he touched. He embodied all his artistic, ethical and cultural values with profound integrity, and it’s very hard to adequately describe the influence he’s had on generations of dancers and musicians, in genres far beyond his own.”.