Moveable Feast Willow Glen: The valley’s largest street food market comes to Willow Glen every Friday night. Free admission and parking. Fridays, 5-9 p.m. through Dec. 14. VTA Curtner Light Rail Station, Canoas Garden Avenue at Curtner Avenue, San Jose. $, http://mvblfeast.com. Triton Holiday Gift Faire: Handmade ceramics, jewelry, glass, miniatures and other handcrafted items will be featured. Most pieces are under $100. Nov. 10, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Nov. 11, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Triton Museum of Art, 1505 Warburton Ave., Santa Clara. 408-247-3754 or www.tritonmuseum.org.
Hillbarn Theatre, “Funny Girl.” Aug, 28 through Sept, 21, Music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Bob Merrill, book by Isobel Lennart, Directed by Dan Demers, Featuring Melissa WolfKlain as Fanny Brice, William Giammona as Nick Arnstein, with Rachelle Abbey, Richard Ames, Christine Baker, Justin Buchs, Jennifer Butler, Becca Carteris, Stephanie Case, Tracy Chiappone, Paige Collazo, Steven Ennis, Matt Gill, Dennis Lickteig, Emily Mannion, Jessica Maxey, Maureen O’Neill, Regina Quigley and Jon Toussaint, Music director Joe Murphy, choreographer James Zongus, scenic designer Kuo-Hao Lo, lighting designer Don Coluzzi, costume designer Lisa Cross, sound designer dance elements, tutu, leotard, tap shoes, ballet shoes, svg, png, fcm Alan Chang, hair and makeup designer Dee Morrissey and properties designer A.J, Diggins, Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E, Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City, 8 p.m, Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 p.m, Sundays, $23-$42, 650-349-6411, ext, 2 or www.hillbarntheatre.org..
TheatreWorks. “The Mountaintop.” By Katori Hall. Imagines events on the night before the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. After delivering a speech, an exhausted Dr. King retires to Room 306 at the Lorraine Motel. Camae, a motel maid, arrives with his coffee and lots of sass. King confronts his life, his legacy, and the future. Through April 7. Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. $23-$73 (savings available for students, educators and seniors). 650-463-1960 or theatreworks.org.
Yes, we too are majorly cheesed that Radiohead is skipping the Bay Area on its newly announced North American tour, but don’t let that stop you from catching some fine shows around here this weekend, like the sizzling Bay Area guitarist Sérgio Assad making a rare appearance with his brother Odair in Berkeley; or pop star Carla Bruni (yes, that Carla Bruni) making her Bay Area dance elements, tutu, leotard, tap shoes, ballet shoes, svg, png, fcm premiere in San Francisco, A lot of you will be tuning into the Olympic Games’ closing ceremonies Sunday, and maybe even more of you will turn to AMC Sunday night to the return of “The Walking Dead’s” controversial Season 8, And if you are still heartbroken over the demise of angsty hero Carl Grimes, we offer our condolences and a slideshow of photos of Carl through the years, On the big screen, we know you sci-fi fans are wondering if Alex Garland, who scored raves with “Ex Machina,” can strike gold again with “Annihilation,” starring Natalie Portman as a scientist trying to figure out just what the hell is causing such a ruckus in the woods, It opens Friday..
“Over the 19 years of Contra Costa Kops for Kids existence, Neil has not received any salary,” said Jim Alcorn, a retired Concord Police Department lieutenant who helped found Kops for Kids. “The benefit he receives is the reward of knowing that at-risk youth in Contra Costa County are looking at Police as positive role models and making the effort to lead productive lives.”. Along with other officers, Stratton and Alcorn founded Contra Costa Kops for Kids in an effort to help prevent violence, drug abuse, gangs,and juvenile delinquency in Contra Costa County by reaching out to at-risk youth. Stratton developed an extremely popular Positive Mental Attitudes Seminars and Sports Clinics Program, which is offered at no charge to schools in Contra Costa County. Active and retired police officers reached 6,242 youth this year–the highest number in the history of the program.
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