OAKLAND — Two months ago, the arts collective known as the Ghost Ship caught fire, killing 36 people who could not escape the two-story labyrinth inside. Since then, and despite promises to the contrary, city officials have refused to release police and fire documents that might help explain how Oakland missed several chances to shutter the unpermitted warehouse and save those lives. Related ArticlesJury selection in Ghost Ship trial set for AprilProminent Ghost Ship prosecutor resigns weeks before case goes to trialCiting inexcusable delays in disclosing public records, the Bay Area News Group told Oakland officials in a letter Thursday it will sue for the documents if they aren’t made available next week.
“We’re a really good tenant, we always pay our rent,” Leslie said. “We rent to others, and even sometimes let other nonprofits who don’t have operating budgets use some of our rooms for free.”, In city documents summarizing the March 7 neighborhood meeting, planner Dan Young states, “The journey to get to this point with the Passage at San Mateo has been one and a half years … during this time, planners had already held more (than) 30 meetings and presentations related to the ballet slippers lamp project with members of the community.”..
For more information, call 925-757-9500. ‘Midnight Madness’ and ‘Pinocchio’ to open Friday. PITTSBURG — Pittsburg Community Theatre presents the children’s musical “Pinocchio” and the original play “Midnight Madness” weekends Dec. 2-11 at Rancho Medanos Junior High School, 2301 Range Road. “Pinocchio” is based on the classic story of the wooden puppet who dreams of becoming a “real boy.” Directed by Davd Ward, the musical features music by Tom Lawrence.
The eccentricities of the family are somewhat muted in artistic director Marilyn Langbehn’s production; the family members are generally more low-key than their divertingly quirky visitors, There’s some nontraditional casting in the show that works perfectly well, with one instance that creates some cognitive dissonance when a character played by a white actor talks about being happy to be “colored.” Stewart Lyle’s set of a tastefully cluttered ballet slippers lamp living room is terrifically detailed, the walls packed with framed photos and paintings..
“Miz & Mrs” (10 p.m., USA): This new reality series gives fans a peek into the fast-paced lives of WWE power couple The Miz (aka Michael Mizanin) and Maryse Ouellet. We expect a few frayed nerves and sleepless nights as they adapt to being first-time parents and make the move from from Los Angeles to Austin. “Frontline” (10 p.m., PBS): Tonight’s installment is a harrowing investigation of sex abuse by United Nations peacekeepers in the world’s conflict zones. The film traces allegations from Bosnia to Congo to the Central African Republic, with firsthand accounts from survivors, witnesses, and officials.
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