On Wednesday, from 7 to 9 p.m., Alameda Island Poets has scheduled a special memorial reading for Mary Rudge at Books Inc., 1344 Park St. Poets are encouraged to read a favorite poem by Rudge, a poem inspired by her or one of their own that Rudge particularly favored. On the same evening, the featured reader is Kirk Lumpkin, a long-time friend and supporter of Rudge. Lumpkin is the author of two books of poems entitled, “Co-Hearing” and “In Deep.” His poetry/music band “The World Music Continuum” has released two CDs. Lumpkin has read poetry in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York City, Colorado, Toronto, Canada, and in England under the auspices of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
Fair organizers reached out to Out at the Fair and worked with local LGBT organizations to put the event together, Visitors could get information from tables ran by the Bill Wilson lace baby bootie, pink baby crib shoe, shower gift toddler ballet flat, baby ballet slipper, flower girl shoe, handmade baby sho Center, Silicon Valley Pride, Supervisor Ken Yeager and the Rainbow Chamber of Commerce Staff, Entertainment included performances by Folklorico Colibri, an LGBT folklorico group, and lesbian country singer Chely Wright, AIDS memorial quilts were also displayed in the pavilion, Fairgoers can also enjoy an array of farm and other animals..
He was in the Marines from August 2008 until March 2013, serving as a machine gunner and earning the rank of corporal in August 2011. The Marine Corps says Long earned several awards, including a Combat Action Ribbon and a Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal. He was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, Third Marine Division in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Authorities said he had no criminal record, but in April officers were called to his home, where deputies found him angry and acting irrationally. The sheriff said officers were told he might have PTSD because of his military service. A mental health specialist met with him and didn’t feel he needed to be hospitalized.
The event showcases talented Brisbane residents Bob Mannion, Nancy Colman and Alex Reisman as they perform a mix of folk, jazz and blues in a coffeehouse setting, Appetizers and light refreshments will be served, Beer, wine and soda will be sold, Suggested donation is $20 per person, Proceeds lace baby bootie, pink baby crib shoe, shower gift toddler ballet flat, baby ballet slipper, flower girl shoe, handmade baby sho benefit the shelter’s ongoing expenses for those in need, For details or to RSVP, call shelter Director Peter Stiehler at 650-827-0706, Lorenzo Palomo’s interpretation of the story for orchestra and narrator will make its West Coast premiere beginning at 3 p.m, in the Main Theatre of Cañada College, 4200 Farm Hill Road at I-280, in Redwood City, Narrated by Walter Mayes, the two-hour concert will be accompanied by projections of Dr, Seuss illustrations..
The judges’ table was full. In addition to Nigel, there was Lil’ C, Debbie Allen, Adam Shankman, Tyce Diorio and Mary Murphy — What in heck was that on her dress? A sequined poinsettia over a black rose with a spider on it? The audience must have been 90 percent teenage girls and women because the screaming level was almost deafening. Host Cat Deeley, clad in a sparkly silver and white dress, kept thing moving along, avoiding Nigel’s gushing and Mary’s screams and tears for the most part.
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