For several years she had barely told anybody about Trump, because she assumed nothing would come of her story. Now she had spent 18 months repeating it and proving herself right. “I am not sure I’ve changed one person’s mind,” she said. But what choice did she have, except to let it go silent as if it never happened at all? She didn’t want to retreat anymore from that moment, to cycle back into self-doubt. So she would go on television. She would speak at the news conferences. She would deal with the hate mail. She would run for office. She would repeat her story over and over whenever she was asked, even now, to a few women in Columbus marching alongside her in the snow.
Waterwise Gardening Tactics: Learn tactics to convert a lawn or other landscape into something more drought-tolerant and beautiful, Master Gardener Dee Brown will give an overview of “best watering” and yard maintenance practices, June 16, 7 p.m, Saratoga Library, 13650 Saratoga Ave., Saratoga, sccl.org, 408-867-6126, Insight Meditation South Bay: Overcoming Obstacles to Meditation, a practical series for people trying to establish or deepen their meditation practice, Thursdays through July 2, Westhope Presbyterian Church social hall, 12850 womens owl ballet slippers -- custom made to order Saratoga Ave., Saratoga, By donation; no registration required, imsb.org..
Yaelisa says her mission is to preserve and expand the traditions of flamenco. “The envelope is being pushed by lots of artists in Spain and others here, including myself. We’ve done programs that are very traditional. And we’ve done more contemporary concerts where we’ve used the music of The Beatles and Stevie Wonder.”. Yaelisa passes along her vast knowledge of flamenco through her company school. She and her husband, Jason “El Rubio” McGuire, Camino Flamencos’ music director and impassioned guitarist, reside in Oakland. They have a 16-year-old daughter, Rachel, who’s a budding punk rock artist.
Frank Lévy Around the World in 88 Keys, 3 p.m, Nov, 16, Oshman Family JCC- Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto, $20 advance, $25 at door, www.paloaltojcc.org or, 650-223-8700, MUSIC Series, Classical Music on the Square, Free, 3 p.m, Sept, 14: Bay Shore Lyric Opera, Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City, 650-780-7311 or www.redwoodcity.org/events/classical.html, Cogswell Concert Series, Free, Noon Thursdays, Aug, 14: David Luning Band, Aug, 21: Le Vice, womens owl ballet slippers -- custom made to order Aug, 28: T Clemente Band, Sept, 4: Roem Baur, Sept, 11: Jacob Jeffries Band, Cogswell Park, Palo Alto, www.paloaltodowntown.com..
Organized once again by Brisbane resident Tony Lukezic to raise funds to benefit the Brisbane School District and the Brisbane Skatepark, the event will feature about 130 cars on display, ranging from hot rods to classics to modern-day muscle cars. Bring the entire family to the adjacent Community Park at 11 Old County Road to also enjoy two jump houses, and disc jockey Ryan Magdangal, of Foster City, playing music from the 1980s to the 2000s. Water and soda will be for sale, and food may be purchased from local restaurants and delis in the area. There is no admission charge to have fun at the event.
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