The Harker Concert Series: Opera San Jose performs. Dec. 2, 8 p.m. $20. Nichols Auditorium, The Harker School, 500 Saratoga Ave., San Jose. 408.345.9243. http://www.harker.org. It’s a Wonderful Life: Tabard Theatre Company presents the favorite American holiday story, staged as a live 1940s radio play. Dec. 2-18. Call for tickets. Theatre on San Pedro Square, 29 N. San Pedro St., San Jose. www.tabardtheatre.org. Nakamatsu Plays Chopin: Symphony Silicon Valley presents Van Cliburn Award-winning pianist Jon Nakamatsu in a concert that includes works by Kodaly, Darius Milhaud, Arturo Márquez and Chopin. Dec. 3, 8 p.m. and Dec. 4, 2:30 p.m. $38-$74. Additionally, Nakamatsu will be featured in a “concital,” playing solo recital repertoire as well as performing with the full Symphony Silicon Valley orchestra. Dec. 2, 8 p.m. Tickets: $39-75. California Theatre, 345 S. First St., San Jose. www.symphonysiliconvalley.org.
Wearing a little green already, are ya? We’re so ready for the weekend — and you will be too, once you get a gander at these seven extremely fun ways to eat, drink, play and generally frolic, from Irish fiddle tunes to Guinness sterling silver small ballet shoe stud earring component, priced per pair, ballet jewelry, gift for her, stud earring component, cupcakes, (Not into the whole pub/parade thing? We’ve got not-Irish suggestions, too.), Between the big parade — San Francisco’s 167th annual — and Dublin’s always-epic weekend bash, this promises to be quite the green holiday, Check out these awesome ways to celebrate, from pancakes and a Shamrock 5K in Dublin to a sudsy Pleasanton brew crawl..
Just as “Breaking Bad” chronicled the evolution of Walter White — from meek chemistry teacher to megalomaniacal menace — “Better Call Saul” promises to chart the transformation of sweet, hapless Jimmy to the snakelike Saul. The drawback, though, is that we’ve already seen the end result, and the process wouldn’t seem to be nearly as breathlessly addictive. But as executive producers Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould have repeatedly pointed out, “Better Call Saul” is very much its own beast, even though it shares with “Breaking Bad” a flair for luscious visuals and playing with time. A black-and-white sequence at the start of Sunday’s opener reveals what became of Jimmy/Saul after his dealings with Walt, and it isn’t pretty.
Alas, one fateful day, their darling little ghoul, the crossbow-wielding Wednesday (Courtney Hatcher), gives up playing autopsy with her brother, Pugsley (Zac Schuman), and setting Jehovah’s Witnesses on fire for more perverse pursuits, Indeed, she seems to be even more lovesick than feisty Uncle Fester (D, Scott McQuiston), who’s got it bad for the moon, The rub is that Wednesday has fallen in love with a normal boy, the clean-cut Lucas (Jeffrey Brian Adams), and the twisted brood simply cannot abide by her choice of valentine, The sterling silver small ballet shoe stud earring component, priced per pair, ballet jewelry, gift for her, stud earring component, lad’s repressed Midwestern mom (an exuberant Elise Youssef) and control-freak dad (Edward Hightower) only make Wednesday feel less normal..
The proposed charter school is just one part of a larger plan to relocate several schools and shift dis trict programs to other sites. This plan includes a proposal to move Downtown College Prep’s high school from the former Hester Elementary School campus on The Alameda to a site across the street from San Jose High Academy, where the district’s Family Learning Center is now housed. “DCP parents have worked for years to build and support a strong community at the school,” the petition reads in part. “SJUSD has proposed moving DCP to a facility that is not reasonably equivalent to DCP’s current site at Hester Elementary and is not appropriate for college-prep high school level programming. The proposed new location has no science labs, less than half the square footage and nearly half as many classrooms as the Hester location.”.
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