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For her part, Owen beguiles as Lily, capturing the spirit of childhood with live wire movements, fidgeting with the hem of her skirt and almost leaping out of her skin, as the war hijacks her town. If her unbreakable bond with the cat never quite comes across, the rest of this universe shimmers to life with startling clarity. A sea battle is depicted with toy boats, buckets of water and strips of red silk. The details continually delight, and the actors nimbly skip from one role to another but the show still feels stretched out too long at two and a half hours.

A reception for Gerry and her work will be held Friday, March 6 from 5:30 to 8 p.m, at the gallery, 3420 Mount Diablo Blvd, Also starting March 3 is “Trending,” a new exhibit of multiple all-new paintings, ceramics, glass pieces and jewelry by our 24 regular members, High school artists showing at library gallery, The Orinda Arts Council’s 12th annual High School Visual Arts Competition and Exhibition, featuring a wide-ranging collection of Lamorinda and Acalanes Union High crochet ballet slippers, color, cotton, two flower decoration, gift for woman for mom for girlfriend, home slippers, no soles School District student art, is now open, occupying all sections of the Orinda Library Gallery..

By contrast, la Cour’s all-ebony look was a cross between exotic goth and free-spirited Bohemian: high-heeled, knee-length suede boots, beaded hair extensions, lots of dangly jewelry. In an accented voice hoarsened by more than a half-century of cigarette smoking, she issued urgent, staccato commands. “Now feet together, small arms, keep your elbows in. Those feet are together, girls!”. “When you do piqué, it’s sharp! Look AND look AND look!”. “You have to use your hips, shoulders in this dance!”.

Train show this weekend at BD Lines clubhouse, ANTIOCH — The Black Diamond Lines Model Railroad Club hosts a show of its HO-scale train layout, from 10 a.m, until 5 p.m, Saturday an Sunday at the clubhouse at 425 Fulton Shipyard Road, For more information, email info@blackdiamondlines.com or go to http://www.blackdiamondlines.com or call 925-338-7235, Lynn House presents student art show, ANTIOCH — The Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch hosts art from Black crochet ballet slippers, color, cotton, two flower decoration, gift for woman for mom for girlfriend, home slippers, no soles Diamond, Dallas Ranch, Park and Antioch middle schools through Saturday as part of the 10th annual Art4Schools High School Exhibit at the Lynn House Gallery, 809 W, First St..

The top names that came to mind were Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor and Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., who were each cited by 5 percent of respondents, followed by former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa at 3 percent and Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., at 2 percent. The introduction to the report says that three-quarters of Latinos living in the U.S. say that their community “needs” a national leader. I’m going to quibble with this assertion. When respondents were asked specifically how important it is for the U.S. Hispanic community to have a national leader advancing its concerns, less than a third (29 percent) said it is “extremely” important and less than half (45 percent) said it is “very” important.


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