Most of the best moments from the Oakland show were in the first half. The last half-hour of the concert — which is about the time when most of the best performers really hit the gas — was particularly troublesome, as Drake veered off course and the concert grew quite tiresome. The tour certainly boosted a blockbuster lineup, with rising hip-hop star Future and Grammy-winning R&B crooner Miguel as the warm-up acts. Miguel, who delivered one of last year’s most memorable hits with “Adorn,” strongly contacted with a portion of the crowd. He positioned himself as a ladies’ man, coming across like the poor man’s Prince, and realized that his sexy shtick might not equally appeal to both genders. Yet, he explained, it might pay off for all the husbands/boyfriends in attendance.
Proceeds from the tourney will be used for the benefit of veterans with injuries or diseases of the spinal cord, Visit email@example.com, Wildcat golf The 27th Wildcat Invitational Golf Tournament will be held at the Cinnabar Hills Golf Course on Sept, 12, The tourney, sponsored by the Los Gatos Athletic Association, begins with a shotgun start at noon following registration at 10:30 a.m, The entry fee of $190 per golfer for the four-person scramble tournament includes green fees, a golf cart, tee prizes, closest-to-the-pin and accurate drive contests, lunch and dinner, Net proceeds benefit Los Gatos High School, Tee sponsorships are for ballet slippers also available, The cost is $300 for a tee box or $150 to share a tee box with another sponsor, Contact Joe Zanardi at 408.395.2002 or Bruce Springbett at 408.483.5776, Emerge 5K The Emerge 5K Country Redneck Run will be held Aug, 6, beginning at Almaden Lake, The 9:30 a.m, start follows an 8:30 a.m, registration and 9 a.m, country line dance warm-up, Online registration fee is $30 for adults and $15 for children ($35 for adults, $20 for children on race day) and proceeds from the event will benefit Journey for Jessica and The International Brain Research Foundation, Visit emergejfj.com, Report an errorPolicies and StandardsContact UsSubscribe Today!All Access Digital offer for just 99 cents!blog comments powered by DisqusGet Morning Report and other email newsletters..
The Art Deco Society of California has been celebrating surviving buildings from the Art Deco period (the 1930s and 1940s, mostly) since the first Art Deco Preservation Ball in 1984. Since then, the society has recognized other venues, including Bimbo’s 365 club in San Francisco and the Berkeley City Club, said Laurie Gordon, founder of the ball. At this year’s ball honoring the Paramount, which Gordon called the “crowning jewel of the area,” the Art Deco Society will give its Preservation Awards to the Paramount Theatre and a handful of key individuals who contributed to the preservation of the theater.
Shooting in snow can be magical, the radiant light revealing the glamour of nature, Be forewarned that it can be chilly out there, not to mention wet, If you happen to waterlog your iPhone during a rainstorm, make sure you have a bag of rice stashed away in your luggage, Details: The Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite National Park offers free camera walks led by staff photographers several mornings a week, Reservations are a for ballet slippers must; www.anseladams.com/camera-walk, Ice skating has been part of the Yosemite experience since 1928 and it’s no wonder why, You can lace up your skates and practice your figure-eights while basking in the spectacular views from the Half Dome Village Ice Rink, This kid-friendly outdoor skating rink is in the center of valley, just in the shadow of Half Dome, Cozy up après-skate near the warm glow of the fire pits..
The presentation to Paula Uccelli, who remains active in the Redwood City area, will take place at the historical association’s annual History Makers Dinner being held from 6 to 9 p.m. Sept. 17 at Hotel Sofitel, 223 Twin Dolphin Drive, in Redwood City. Both Pete and Paula Uccelli rose to become important Peninsula leaders from modest beginnings. Pete Uccelli, who left school in the 8th grade to help run his family’s farm in South San Francisco, purchased about 21 acres between Redwood Creek and Smith Slough in 1955 and developed it into the locally famous “Pete’s Harbor.”.
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