Colma has also significantly expanded sustainability efforts after approval of the Climate Action Plan in May 2013. The town’s successful green programs include providing on-going technical assistance to businesses to save energy, water and reduce waste; an energy efficiency workshop for auto dealerships; and comprehensive green resources for residents. Setting an example, the City Council’s recently approved its Sustainability Policy to increase energy and water conservation is all town facilities.
The second half of the show was even stronger than the first, with Jackson slowing it down with “After You Fall” flower girl shoe, baby ballet shoes, baby ballerina flats, white ivory pink gold silver shoes, christening shoes, ballerina baby and a few other beautiful ballads, then building it back up again with “Got ’til It’s Gone,” “Rhythm Nation” and more up-tempo cuts, She also took time to salute her legendary late brother Michael Jackson, playing the King of Pop’s “Scream.”, Local fans who missed Jackson this time through town can make plans to catch her next year, The star brings her Unbreakable World Tour to the Concord Pavilion on May 19, Tickets are $35.95-$209.95, www.livenation.com..
Santa Paws, Santana Row, 3055 Olin Ave., San Jose. Bring your canine or feline friends to Santana Row’s Park Valencia for a keepsake photo with Santa Claus. Registration at 10:30 a.m., photo sessions 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Photos cost $20, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Humane Society Silicon Valley. www.santanarow.com/events. Schola Cantorum and Oxford Street Brass present “Holidays are for Singing!,” Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. Celebrate the holidays with Silicon Valley’s premier, 90-voice chorus under the direction of Gregory Wait with Oxford Street Brass. 3 p.m. $30 adults, $25 students, children 12 and under at www.ci.mtnview.ca.us/mvcpa/dec13.html or 650.903.6000.
Siena, gripping a stuffed purple cheetah named Glamour, wandered past a pink metal ladder with a hole, likely the result of rust, that she believed had come from a bullet, Four miles away, Ava’s mother said, the girl lay in bed next to Jacob’s old Ninja Turtle, her eyes still watery from another outburst, As recess neared its end, a half-dozen of flower girl shoe, baby ballet shoes, baby ballerina flats, white ivory pink gold silver shoes, christening shoes, ballerina baby the kids carefully placed their stuffed animals atop a green metal bench, Siena leaned down and pointed at Glamour, “Stay there,” the girl said, racing to the monkey bars to see who could swing the farthest..
Uri Avnery, 94. A trailblazing Israeli journalist and peace activist and one of the first to openly advocate for a Palestinian state. Aug. 20. Barbara Harris, 83. The Tony Award-winning actress whose comic-neurotic charms lit up the Broadway stage and helped her steal films including “Nashville,” ”Freaky Friday” and “A Thousand Clowns.” Aug. 21. Ed King, 68. A former guitarist for Lynyrd Skynyrd who helped write several of their hits including “Sweet Home Alabama.” Aug. 22. Cancer.
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