There are star names among the 113 artists and ensembles on stage during the season — Yo-Yo Ma and Katherine Stott, the Maryinsky and Joffrey ballet companies, pianist Emanuel Ax, baritone Nathan Gunn, Wayne Marsalis and his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra among them. The season will also feature the third incarnation of the Fall Free for All, a daylong open house on Sept. 30 featuring free performances by multiple artists at various venues on the Berkeley campus. Subscriptions to the season, in packages ranging in price from $48 to $450, will go on sale Friday. Single tickets, $20-$200, will be available to the general public on Aug. 5. Call 510-642-9988 or visit www.calperformances.org.
The Richmond patrol officer had been called back to the police station on Aug, 16, 2012, to handle what he thought was a routine runaway call, but he quickly became suspicious, “She said she had recently run away from home and if her (relative) came to make a missing persons report, (tell him) she’s OK,” Peixoto said, “I told her, ‘You know you’re 27, and you don’t need permission to leave.'”, The 48-year-old veteran officer, with a daughter of his own, kept asking questions and gained the trust of the woman, who eventually shared a story almost too incredible to believe: Since the age of 12, she had been sexually assaulted two to three times a week by a male family member in their North Richmond home, The revelation led to quick and diligent police if the shoe fits - iron on heat transfer vinyl, ballet, dance iron on - free shipping! work, and an arrest within 24 hours..
Namrata discussed the risks both men took to accomplish their objectives and wrote, “The appetite for risk-taking that these two men displayed foreshadowed the distinctly American flair for entrepreneurship that would ultimately earn the United States its exceptionalist [sic] role in the world. Today … the courage, resilience and business acumen of Columbus and Washington should serve to inspire us.”. Washington, by the way, was born on Feb. 22, 1732, and the Washington’s Birthday holiday was established in 1885. In 1971, the holiday was moved to the third Monday in February and renamed Presidents Day as a way to celebrate all presidents. This year, Presidents Day falls on Feb. 17.
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Buckley starred as Grizabella in the original Broadway production of “Cats,” stopping the show nightly with her electrifying performance of the song “Memory.” She has had other memorable roles in theater, including Norma Desmond in “Sunset Boulevard.” New York magazine hailed the Tony Award winner as “THE voice of Broadway.”. Buckley’s passion for theater began when, at age 11, she saw “Pajama Game.” Her mother was a singer-dancer and her aunt was a dance teacher. Buckley was also inspired by jazz artists, including Sarah Vaughan.
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