Sip suds, pork out and party the day away in San Francisco this Saturday, when the Bacon and Beer Classic takes over AT&T Park. We’re talking unlimited bacon deliciousness, craft beer, music and games. Find the deets here, and check out all the other fun food and boozy events in the Bay Area in our food-fest roundup. Yes, it’s only the second weekend in November, but some of us are already feeling the holiday spirit (good, stiff eggnog, in; pumpkin-spice anything, out). Fortunately, Diablo Ballet traditionally gets a jump on the season with its festive, family-friendly “A Swingin’ Holiday and More” show. For a holiday performance with a more contemporary beat, Oakland native Mike Fitelson brings his “Hip Hop Nutcracker,” a retelling of the classic holiday dance, to his hometown for a performance at the Paramount Theatre. Details on both shows are here.
And so it is with “Into the Badlands,” a new samurai TV drama debuting Sunday on AMC, Less than five minutes into the first episode, our leather-clad leading man, Daniel Wu, finds himself up against a group of scruffy thugs, Instantly, swords are twirling like lawn mower blades, and blood is spurting all over the place as Wu performs lots of gravity-defying moves, Naturally, he puts the beat-down on every dude he comes up against in ballet shoes and abstract circles prints ~ set of 2 prints~instant download~large wall art~bed room and living room decor~ballet the deftly choreographed, highly stylized sequence, His work done, it’s on to the next stretch of dialogue, followed by another rock-’em-sock-’em fight scene, And so on and so on..
Khoa Nguyen wanted to give back to his family, which works seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. His family received $200 in cash and Target and Visa Cards. Daisy Diaz Sarellano also wanted to show her mom she appreciated her; her mom received cards from Visa and Target. A number of students wished to remember fellow classmate Chris Bush, who died Oct. 3, 2012. The sports minded and well respected student, who would have graduated this year, will have a diploma at the ceremony, where graduating seniors have been asked to wear an orange bracelet representing leukemia, the cause of his death.
Style 2011: Style@Stern; 7th annual Wearable Art Show and Sale, Palo Alto Art Center Foundation.10 a.m-5 p.m, April 30, Lucie Stern Community Center, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $10, (Free for members.) 650-329-2366 or www.paacf.org/style, 21st annual Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, Vehicles, displays, demonstrations, entertainment, $10-$20, 10 a.m-4 p.m, May 1, Half Moon ballet shoes and abstract circles prints ~ set of 2 prints~instant download~large wall art~bed room and living room decor~ballet Bay Airport, 9850 N, Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay, 650-726-2328 or www.miramarevents.com, Circle of Support Breakfast, With author Ayelet Waldman, 8-10:30 a.m, May 5, Crowne Plaza Cabana Hotel, 4290 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, $75; preregistration required, 650-543-5412 or www.fcservices.org..
Other mom-centric fitness programs have followed a similar path. Baby Boot Camp got its start in 2002 when the San Francisco gym where founder Kristen Horler was a personal trainer didn’t have child care. So Horler strapped her baby daughter into a stroller and organized a group of mom friends to meet up in a park. Now there are 154 Baby Boot Camp franchises. “I can’t tell you how many women have told me they wish it had been around for their oldest children. I wish I had it,” says Nicole Marville, who has led the Montgomery County Baby Boot Camp franchise in Maryland since January. (Like Lungren, she has four children.).
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