The Comfort Zone’s inaugural party will be in a private room at the pub set up with technology to improve clarity in hearing aids and cochlear implants. An estimated 58 million people in the United States have hearing loss, but many do not want to acknowledge it, said Stephen Kinsey, of San Jose, who resisted wearing hearing aids for years. “This is an invisible problem that no one can see. Many people don’t seek help; they don’t go for hearing aids, they don’t go to support groups,” he said.
Cupertino’s annual tree lighting, Quinlan Community Center, 10185 N, Stelling Road, Cupertino, Features the lighting of the community tree, music, singing, cookies and a visit from Santa, Attendees are encouraged to bring a new toy or ballet slippers note cards; lined; folded card; postcard; pdf; e-card non-perishable food item, All will be donated to West Valley Community Services for distribution to the needy during the holiday season, 6 p.m, Children’s Musical Theater San Jose presents “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas,” Montgomery Theater, 271 S, Market St., San Jose, Story about two World War II Army buddies who become romantically involved with two sisters and also work to save the failing Vermont inn of their former commanding general, Through Dec, 15, Various times, $30 at www.cmtsj.org/tickets or 408.288.5437..
Cakedog (Los Angeles CA). Cala Vento (Barcelona SPAIN). Calliope Musicals (Austin TX). CALLmeKAT (Copenhagen DENMARK). E Calloway (Dallas TX). Cam’ron (New York NY). Cam & China (Inglewood CA). CAMERA (Berlin GERMANY). Dylan Cameron (Austin TX). Ashley Campbell (Phoenix AZ). Canon (Atlanta GA). Cap 1 (Chicago IL). Cappa (Nashville TN). Capsula (Buenos Aires ARGENTINA). Capsula [performing The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars] (Buenos Aires ARGENTINA). Capture The Crown (Sydney NSW).
Sing and Play The Bing, 7:30 p.m, Dec, 6, Featuring Peninsula Women’s Chorus, the Chinese Performing Arts of America and Tezkatlipoka Aztec Dance and Drum, Bing Concert Hall, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford, Free, 650-724-2464 or live.stanford.edu, Foothill Symphonic Winds, “Remembrances.” 3:30 p.m, Dec, 7, Selections include the Navy hymn, “Eternal Father, Strong to Save”; “Rhapsody for Hanukkah”: “I Wonder as I Wander”; “Hymn of the Highlands”: and Henry Fillmore’s march, “Miss Trombone.” Cubberley Theater, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $5-$10, http://fswinds.org, 650-969-0191 or ballet slippers note cards; lined; folded card; postcard; pdf; e-card e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org..
Digging into memory revealed emotional scars. “Ashes” is a section intricately linked with a woman who was Lawton’s “second mom.” Lawton remembered her embrace — and the woman’s daughter, after scattering her mother’s ashes, asking, “Do I wash my hands? Do I wipe my mother off?”. Lawton said honest work takes time to develop and she is grateful for the sabbatical year that is allowing her to slow down her pre-tenure pace. “I had to make a new piece every year. It was like having sex when you don’t want to. They were good, but going into an emotional place and seeing what bubbles up — that takes time to marinate, reflect, rest.”.
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