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The revelation that Ng had taken out a business license further highlights the lack of coordination and communication between the city agencies responsible for inspecting commercial buildings, as well as the department responsible for registering businesses in the city. “We’re looking at all the processes and data streams and how we can better coordinate,” said Karen Boyd, a city spokeswoman. One procedure already identified is allowing firefighters “read-only access” to her department’s business license database, O’Brien said, which could start as early as Monday. On Thursday and Friday this week, coincidentally, the entire business license system was moved to a new, more user-friendly software system, allowing the public to view documents online starting Dec. 23.

Spicer, however, did acknowledge that, politically, Sunday night’s Oscars would not be to the Republican president’s taste, “I think Hollywood is known for being rather far to the left in its opinions,” he said, Reading this on your phone? Stay up to date on Bay Area and Silicon Valley news with our new, free mobile app, Get it from the Apple app store or the Google Play store, hanging wooden sign ballerina dancer fairy wings victorian valentine gift for her handmade lily maud ornamental ballet shoes dec Indeed, this Sunday’s Oscars ceremony is likely to be pretty politically charged and to contain a fair number of jokes and speeches that show disdain for the president and his controversial policies..

Rubin has been tiptoeing toward his goal to dance on the big stage since he was 5 years old, though ballet wasn’t his first choice because he didn’t want to be with “all the girls” back then, he said. But tap and hip-hop dance just didn’t work out, so his parents searched for a ballet class he could enjoy. They found that in San Jose Ballet. “At first it was just for fun, then when I was 11 or 12 there was a performance. It felt … golden,” Rubin recalled.

6 “WOODY GUTHRIE’S AMERICAN SONG”: In honor of the folk legend’s 100th birthday, Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage is hosting a concert version of UC Berkeley professor Peter Glazer’s stage musical built around Guthrie’s life and iconic songs, The production reunites the Marin Theatre Company cast that staged the musical in 2010, Details: Through July 22; $22.50 advance/$24.50 door; 510-644-2020, www.thefreight.org, 7 “DUCK LAKE”: As someone who has long harbored a completely unreasonable fear and suspicion of all waterfowl, it is with a mixture of glee and trepidation that I mention this production, billed (ha ha!) as “almost certainly the world’s first ballet-horror-comedy.” It’s the latest theater/sketch-comedy collaboration from the Bay Area production/performance teams of PianoFight and hanging wooden sign ballerina dancer fairy wings victorian valentine gift for her handmade lily maud ornamental ballet shoes dec Mission CTRL, and it follows a dysfunctional theater troupe on a retreat on an idyllic lake that’s home to some blood-lusting ducks (it could happen!!)..

8 Last call for “Silent NIght”: Kevin Puts’ Pulitzer Prize-winning opera about an improbable cease-fire struck during World War I between Scottish, German and French soldiers is getting a memorable staging by Opera San Jose in its West Coast premiere, but this weekend marks your last chances to see the production. Our review of the production is here. Details: 8 p.m. Friday, 3 p.m. Sunday; California Theatre, San Jose; $10-176; 408-437-4450, www.operasj.org. 9 Vir Das: The Bollywood actor and comedian is said to be one of the most popular English-speaking entertainers in all of India. He’s also lived in Africa, the U.S. and Russia, and his well-rounded world view shapes his hilarious and piercing insights into love, politics, history and popular culture. His shows, including “The History of India” and “Battle of Das Sexes” have drawn sold-out crowds around the globe, and this week he lands at Cobb’s Comedy Club in San Francisco for a headlining stand-up run.


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