There’s a reason so many tourists flock to San Francisco. The city’s sensational. And while you may think you know its history and lore, Emperor Norton, the self-proclaimed 19th century Emperor of the United States, will soon set you straight on that score. You don’t have to be a tourist to take a walking tour of the waterfront led by Norton himself, clad in an ostrich-plumed hat and full regalia. (And afterward, take a water taxi ride. Yes, really! Find the deets here.). The annual flood of acts playing the massive Coachella music festival head for Bay Area venues beginning this weekend (well, tonight, actually), which means you can watch indie-folk hitmaker Vance Joy or DJ superstar Kygo without dealing with massive, dusty crowds and $40 seaweed tofu wraps. Here are five cool Coachella acts to catch here at home.
“In the six years since the school was built, we’ve become one of the top schools in the country, For the first time, all 61 ninth-graders passed the national exam, which is critical, Only a handful of village schools in the country have achieved this consistently high passing rate,” he said, This year, the school spent a total of $600 to send 22 of the graduates to Phnom Penh for a day to visit Pannasatra University, see festivals and eat food they’ve never seen before, The food typically is pizza, ballet art, ballerina art, ballet shoes art, canvas art, pink girls room, dance art, pointe shoes, ballet art, girls rooms, ball hamburgers and ice cream..
San Francisco Early Music Society: “Ciaramella.” 8 p.m. Nov. 17. First Presbyterian Church, 1140 Cowper St., Palo Alto. $15-$50. http://sfems.org. Schola Cantorum: Patriotic Sing-Along. 3 p.m. Nov. 19. Los Altos United Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Ave, Los Altos. $15. http://ScholaCantorum.org or 650-254-1700. Sukay in Concert: Noon Nov. 28. The Oshman Family JCC, Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. $20. http://www.paloaltojcc.org or 650-223-8700.
“It ballet art, ballerina art, ballet shoes art, canvas art, pink girls room, dance art, pointe shoes, ballet art, girls rooms, ball was terrifying going from fifth to sixth grade,” Zoe said, “The teachers were so different, They were more strict.”, Each student is taking an elective now, Gina, who plays clarinet, is very involved in band and marching band, Zoe is taking drama as is Stella and both think it is a lot of fun, “I also study with artist Candace Troy here in Pacifica,” Zoe said, “and do cheerleading with the Tigersharks (Pop Warner).”, “I am really busy,” Stella said, “I have volleyball two days a week, soccer three days a week, and soccer games on the weekend and then my homework.”..
It’s another festival-packed weekend. Find details on these and a summer’s worth of other offerings at www.mercurynews.com/entertainment. Dia de Portugal: On June 9, a noontime parade with bands, flags and traditional costumes will kick off the Portuguese Heritage Society’s annual Dia de Portugal Festival in San Jose. Music, dance, food and folklore round out the day. Details: Free admission; 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; History Park, San Jose; www.diadeportugalca.org. Temescal Street Fair: In Oakland, the annual Temescal Street Fair — with music, food, local artists, carnival rides and a Kinetic Arts Center Circus Stage — will take over Telegraph Avenue between 41st and 51st streets on June 10. Details: Free admission; noon-6 p.m.; www.temescalstreetfair.org.
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