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12 Days of ARTS: San Jose Arts Marketing Roundtable presents a social media-driven scavenger hunt for arts prizes in and around downtown San Jose, with more than 120 chances to win. Each morning at 8 a.m., the San Jose Downtown Association will post a clue on their website and on their Facebook page @sjdowntown, consisting of a photo and a written hint of that day’s location. The specific time to arrive will be noted. Dec. 1-12. sjdowntown.com/12DaysofArts. Holiday Bubbly Walk: The Willow Glen Business Association hosts its annual stroll through downtown, complete with sparkling libations. Dec. 1, 2-5 p.m. Downtown Willow Glen, San Jose. $45 advance/$55 gate. Eventbrite.com.

Singers needed to begin rehearsals for ‘Messiah’, BRENTWOOD — The Brentwood Community Chorus is looking for participants to sing for Handel’s beloved womens silver coin ballet flats/silver shoes/women shoes/wedding shoes/handmade indian designer women shoes or slippers work “Messiah.”, The concert will be rehearsed and performed with full orchestra and soloists, Come and sing your favorite choruses, The “Messiah” will be performed in December at the historic El Campanil Theater in Antioch, At least one other seasonal performance is planned, No experience is necessary, but the singer must be able to carry a tune, The ability to read music is also desirable, Rehearsals run Aug, 16 through Dec, 6 on Tuesdays..

Friends Bookstore: The Friends of the Saratoga Libraries have opened another used bookstore, offering a constantly changing inventory of approximately 500 hardcover and paperback books for adults, children and teens. All proceeds directly benefit the Saratoga Library. Joan Pisani Community Center lounge, 19655 Allendale Ave., Saratoga. Saratoga Village Certified Farmers Market: Local farmers with fresh fruit and produce, fresh fish, food specialties and handmade crafts from local artisans. Wednesdays, 2:30-7 p.m. Blaney Plaza, Saratoga Village. saratogachamber.org or 408-867-0753.

“As far as we know, we are the first ballet organization to try this out,” said Rawson, who calls womens silver coin ballet flats/silver shoes/women shoes/wedding shoes/handmade indian designer women shoes or slippers the experiment a beta test, “It’s a bit radical, having people use phones in the theater and all, but I think context and additional information will enhance the experience, just as it does when watching football or the Olympics.”, Related ArticlesSan Jose dive bar with a bad reputation reinventing itselfNew role for former Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken YeagerCity Lights’ ‘Eurydice’: A bilingual production with a twistReaders’ ideas for changing Burnett Middle School nameEggs-citing news for San Jose City Hall’s resident falconsThe Live Casting info will include personal anecdotes, interviews with the dancers, and historical background about the show, which features South African dancer Lwando Dutyulwa in the lead role for his debut performance in this ballet, Rawson said Dutyulwa grew up in the townships outside Cape Town and overcame many challenges to become a dancer, He danced the Nutcracker Prince in “The San Jose Nutcracker” last year and feedback from audiences on social media was very positive..

When St. Vincent‘s Annie Clark takes the stage splattered with what looks like gore — the red showing violently against her white dress and brilliant white hair — she wants your eyes, not your phone, looking back at her. Before audiences hear any music on Clark’s current tour in support of her self-titled fifth release, they are greeted by a calm robotic voice: “Please refrain from digitally capturing your experience,” it says. What follows is a manic and theatrical performance that tempts you to pull your phone out of your pocket. Despite the polite suggestion, maybe you could snap a few photos of Clark standing atop a menacing Apple Store-esque pedestal, and record a minute or two of her blistering guitar solo. Why not capture the experience and share it with friends, family, acquaintances, Twitter followers? But Clark doesn’t want you staring at a screen, she wants you in the moment.


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