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Fireworks Salute: 9:15 p.m. Gilroy High School, 750 W. 10th St. Annual Fourth of July fireworks display. Free. http://gilroywelcomecenter.org. Ol’ Fashioned 4th of July Parade: Noon-1 p.m. Main Street. Featuring an array of floats, marching bands, classic cars, decorated trikes and bikes, nonprofits, “Pooches on Parade,” youth sports teams, dance and theater troupes, American Legion color guard, and local dignitaries and celebrities. www.miramarevents.com/4th-of-july-parade. Family Festival & Picnic: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. July 2 (note the early date), Meek Mansion, 17365 Boston Road. Outdoor games, patriotic crafts, face painting, community booths and other family festivities. Free. www.haywardareahistory.org.

Here dancing gift - display your medals awards & ribbons from competition - dance hanger holder - wall mounted rack - ballet - pointe are our picks for the top Bay Area New Year’s Eve shows, Check with the venue before heading out to make sure tickets are still available.NOFX: Over the years, this Bay Area band has delivered some of the best album titles in punk-rock history, including 1994’s “Punk in Drublic, ” 1997’s “So Long and Thanks for All the Shoes” and 2000s “Pump Up the Valuum.” It’s also delivered its share of fine punk-rock tunes, which you’ll likely hear if you decide to spend Dec, 31 with NOFX, Dillinger Four, Teenage Bottlerocket and the Implants also are on the bill, Details: 9 p.m., $40-$52; Warfield, S.F.; www.axs.com..

The plan will set development parameters intended to guide the future construction of up to 300,000 additional square feet of commercial floor area in conjunction with 200 residential units at the site downtown. There will also be new underground parking garages and open area promenade. Mall owners are asking the city to vacate Broadway Plaza street and enter into a development agreement, which will allow the projects over the next 15 years. This item will be heard during the regular Planning Commission meeting, where other agenda items are also scheduled to be heard.

Family show, Early dancing gift - display your medals awards & ribbons from competition - dance hanger holder - wall mounted rack - ballet - pointe alert, Roger Waters will build “The Wall” once more, The visionary vocalist-bassist, best known for his multiplatinum work as the leader of Pink Floyd, is bringing his epic The Wall Live Tour back to the Bay Area for a show on May 11 at AT&T Park in San Francisco, The 68-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer has been on the road with “The Wall” since 2010, He’s played some 120 dates and performed in front of more 1.6 million fans — making The Wall one of the most successful tours of 2010 and 2011, This will be the fourth Wall gig in the Bay Area, Waters delivered three local shows — two at HP Pavilion and one at Oracle Arena — in December 2010, selling out all three, Tickets for the May gig, part of a 36-city tour, are $30-$250 and go on sale at 10 a.m, Friday at www.ticketmaster.com..

“It’s all mad cap craziness going on but I did my homework,” he said. Taylor has built up a good track record with his two previous novels, being awarded first prize by Oak Tree Press Writers Competition for “Days on a Beach” and placing second in the Southwest Writers writing competition for “Land of a Thousand Dances”. Stating that law enforcement enjoy reading about themselves, Taylor believes “Only in Berserkeley” will be popular with police, as well as mystery readers and anyone associated with UC Berkeley, hoping they accept the story as fiction.


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