Another “Frozen” this new animated film imost decidedly is not. But for tots, it offers some Saturday afternoon diversion, without crossing over into territory that would allow parents to enjoy it as much as their kids. In a rapid-fire burst of exposition, we meet Norm — a polar bear (voiced by Rob Schneider) who’s bad at hunting because of a weakness for the expressive eyes of seals, his natural prey. But Norm likes to dance, and he speaks “human” — which means he will become the king of the arctic someday, or so says his Grandpa (Colm Meaney).
Tahsler approached Quarry, 76, who was no longer promoting concerts but instead running Minit Printing in San Leandro, The two collaborated on the book, with Tahsler doing the writing and Quarry publishing it, The interviews for the book took place at Quarry’s shop on East 14th Street, Assisting the former promoter and Tahsler was rock music historian Alec Palao, of Ace Records in London, Palao, who moved to the Bay Area from England about 25 newborn/ baby girl/ new mom/ safety pin/ gift/ baptism/ baby shower/ ballet shoes/ evil eye/ charms/ heart/ candy bead/ footstep years ago, specializes in reissues from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s, Because of his musical interest, he is familiar with the music of several obscure garage bands..
3. Lindsey and Mark did a beautiful quickstep for their redemption dance, which was really long. Bruno said, “What a ride, screamingly good,” and Carrie Ann said their quickstep was “vastly improved.” But it was their freestyle that was incredible. Lindsey and Mark were supposed to be orchestra conductors and the routine was nonstop action from beginning to end. There was even a short violin performance by Lindsey right smack in the middle of the dancing. Carrie Ann remarked, “You are the last woman standing. You are kicking booty and taking names,” and Julianne said the routine “was like a Tim Burton masterpiece.” Bruno summed it up, “You were on fire, a molten classic extravaganza, conducted and orchestrated to perfection. Bravo, maestro!” And yes, perfect scores for both dances.
“Condor” (10 p.m., AT&T Audience): In “Death Is The Harvest,” Deacon’s traumatic past comes into focus, Sharla pursues Joubert, newborn/ baby girl/ new mom/ safety pin/ gift/ baptism/ baby shower/ ballet shoes/ evil eye/ charms/ heart/ candy bead/ footstep Mae makes a terrifying discovery, After the location of the plot is uncovered, Bob considers his options and Joe compels Janice and Caleb to help him, “The Sinner” (10 p.m., US): Ambrose and Heather begin to unravel where Julian is from, as Julian is thrust into a new world, “Boomtown Builder” (10 p.m., DIY Network): Fueled by stories of the past, master craftsman Tim McClellan completes inspired transformations of old homes in Arizona’s iconic mining “boomtowns” in this new, eight-episode series..
Middle Eastern Treasures Concert and Feast: 1:30 p.m. potluck, 2-5:15 p.m. concert Feb. 23, Elks Lodge, 2255 Santa Clara Ave., Alameda. Arabian Passion band, belly dancers, Cuadro flamenco and percussion. Bring a dish for the potluck and join in the dancing. $10-$30. www.maryellendonald.com. Temirzhan Yerzhanov and Klara Frei piano duet: 7 p.m. Feb. 23, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1924 Trinity Ave., Walnut Creek. Four-hand duets by Schubert, Greig and Schumann. $10-$20. https://bit.ly/2piRNbO.
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