Backward is Forward: An exhibit focused on “Layer and Impact in Printmaking,” featuring works by Enrique Chagoya, Hung Liu, Sam Francis, David Gilhooly, Gregory Edwards, Michael Mazur, Frank Lobdell, Andrew Romanoff, Inez Storer, Nathan Oliveira, Erik Bakke, Joan Miro, Marguerite Saegesser, Ruth Wall, Kathy Aoki, Vicky M. Chen, Tom Killion, Jessica Dunne and Robin McCloskey. Through Jan. 12. Art Museum of Los Gatos, 4 Tait Ave., Los Gatos. 408-395-7386, museumsoflosgatos.org. Nina Gerber and Chris Webster: Nina and Chris return to The Woodshed with a new CD of soulful ballads, jazzy tunes and sweet folk. Dec. 7, 7:30-10 p.m. The Woodshed at Keith Holland Guitars, 16905 Roberts Road, Los Gatos. $18 advance/$22 door. 408-395-0767 or woodshed.org.
UC Davis coach Jim Les was pumping his fist with a piece of championship net long after the school had won its first Big West Tournament title, His elation was palpable, just like that of his players, The Aggies (22-12) will make their NCAA Tournament debut Wednesday in Dayton, If they defeat North Carolina Central (25-8), they will meet the Kansas Jayhawks on Friday in Tulsa, Oklahoma, An agricultural school, UC-Davis will gain publicity all over the country for basketball, The Aggies have good-shooting guards, a shot blocker and rebounding machine in Chima Moneke, and a former NBA player as their coach, “I’m so happy for these guys,” said Les, who spent seven seasons in the NBA, mostly with the Sacramento Kings, “They’ve worked so hard all year, and they deserve it, Great kids, great character and they’re a joy to coach.” UC Davis transitioned to Division I status in 2004 and joined the Big West in 2007, They won the Big West championship Saturday night, and an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, with a 50-47 victory over top-seeded UC Irvine, In the regular-season finale between the teams a week ago, UC Irvine routed UC Davis 79-49, “I didn’t want anyone else,” Moneke said, “I knew we could beat them, After they beat us, people forgot we beat them the first time, The fans at the end of ballet slipper necklace - sterling silver ballet necklace - personalised disc necklace - dancer necklace - layering necklace that game were chanting some things we didn’t like, We took it personally and to heart … 47 points, defensively, you can’t get much better than that.” Moneke was selected tournament MVP, He had nine points, seven rebounds, three blocks and one steal in the championship game, Report an errorPolicies and StandardsContact UsTags:College BasketballWire ServicesSubscribe Today!All Access Digital offer for just 99 cents!blog comments powered by DisqusGet Morning Report and other email newsletters..
The San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival, now in its 39th season, is an intoxicating kaleidoscope — vibrantly-hued costumes, soulful live music and exuberant dancing that spotlights cultures from around the world. It feeds all your senses, even ones you didn’t know you had. Discover this mind-expanding experience over the next two weekends, as the festival is presented for the first time in its history at San Francisco’s War Memorial Opera House. “Our festival is unique in the entire world,” says co-artistic director Carlos Carvajal. “It includes the best performers from all different ethnicities. While other festivals bring them in from other countries, ours are all local.”.
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Alan Coyne gives a strong, touching performance as the young Hawking, with a brief taste of his older, virtually immobile self to lend context and poignancy. He’s endearingly awkward with Jane, but also bright and funny and animated. Adrian Deane plays Wilde with restraint bordering on an eerie sort of placidity, looking as if she’s politely holding back disdain, except that she has no particular difficulty expressing her disdain for a lot of this physics mumbo jumbo. In fact, she often seems suspicious of science itself, if for no other reason than because it led to the atomic bomb. Oddly, this resistance comes out specifically in a lot of pushback about whether scientific theories can be seen as beautiful, an argument that begins to seem churlish after a while.
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