We are pleased to announce that Macy’s is sponsoring this year’s parade. Leading off the parade as Grand Marshals will be surfing legends Grant Washburn, Matt Ambrose, Travis Payne and Colin and Steve Dwyer. Grant Washburn is a Mavericks test pilot, big-wave documentarian and ocean enthusiast. He co-directed and produced the 1998 documentary “Mavericks” and taught Gerard Butler how to surf for the movie “Chasing Mavericks.” Matt Ambrose has been competing in the Mavericks since the 1990s and reached the finals in four consecutive Mavericks Contests. Matt doubled for Hero No. 2, Peter Mel in the movie “Chasing Mavericks.” Travis Payne is a local surfer who was on the Mavericks Invitational list as an alternate for the 2012 contest and doubled for Frosty (Gerard Butler) in the movie “Chasing Mavericks. Colin Dwyer was the youngest competitor in the last Mavericks Invitational and is invited to be a contestant in the 2013-14 Mavericks Invitational. Colin doubled for Hero No. 1, Zach Wormhoudt in “Chasing Mavericks.” Steve Dwyer is a longtime surfer and one of the original Mavericks contestants. Steve is a current judge for the Mavericks Invitational event.
On Wednesday, the school held its ballet shoes ballerina girl slippers cute pink ballet pink bow dance digital design applique for machine embroidery. included 8 own version of the “turkey trot,” with more than 300 students taking laps around the blacktop, flapping their “wings” and gobbling like turkeys, Several lucky — and sweaty — winners got to take home donated turkeys, stuffing, rolls, apple cider and even centerpieces for their holiday table, Principal Maria Evans told me that many of the immigrant families that have kids at Washington don’t usually set a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, with an oven-roasted turkey trimmed with stuffing and cranberry sauce, Instead, many of them make batches of turkey tamales for their holiday tables..
By Ann Hornaday, (c) 2018, The Washington Post. In “Foxtrot,” an intriguing jewel box of a film, Israeli writer-director Samuel Maoz creates an elegant allegory of self-examination and the unmaking of myth, employing symbolism, theatricality and misdirection to question some of the most reassuring stories his home country tells itself. With a fluent mix of irony and sincerity, Maoz interrogates – gently, but with unwavering insistence – the rituals of a country mired in the moral contradictions of occupation and its own defensive crouch. As the title suggests, the movie’s characters are caught up in a dance only partially of their own making, doomed to repeat steps they didn’t choose and that get them precisely nowhere.
Spanish Harlem Orchestra, 9 p.m, Sept, 29, Part of Redwood City Salsa Festival, Fox Theatre, 2215 Broadway St., Redwood City, $60, https://foxrwc.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=167, 2017 San Mateo County History Maker dinner, 6-9 p.m, Sept, 13, Tad Taube is to be honored, Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, Burlingame, $200, http://www.historysmc.org/history-makers or 650-299-0104, Bravo! 2017, Hillbarn Theatre’s fundraising gala, 6 p.m, Sept, 16, Dancer/choreographer Jayne Zaban ballet shoes ballerina girl slippers cute pink ballet pink bow dance digital design applique for machine embroidery. included 8 to be honored, Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres reception, silent auction, presentation for Zaban, entertainment, live auction, Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E, Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City, $125, https://goo.gl/stcyYf..
Roger Glenn Latin Jazz Ensemble. Seating at 7 p.m., dinner show at 8:30 p.m. Aug. 15. Roger Glenn, Ray Obiedo, Bob Karty, David Belove, Phil Thompson. Angelica’s Bell Stage, 863 Main St., Redwood City. $21-$26. 650-679-8184 or www.AngelicasLLC.com. Hiroshima and Kenny Endo. Celebrating Palo Alto Buddhist Temple 100th Anniversary. Matinee and evening, Aug. 16. Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, Jewish Community Center, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. $85. www.pabt.org. Wiz Khalifa. 5 p.m. Aug. 22. Under the Influence of Music Tour, with Young Jeezy, Tyga, Rich Homie Quan, Iamsu, Mack Wilds, and DJ Drama. Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View. $28.50-$78.50. Ticketmaster.com or 800-745-3000.
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