“Our goal is to get people off their seat and dance,” said Mike D’Ambrosio, lead guitarist for the multi-genre party band. “We are super excited to be playing where there is sure to be a lot of friends, family and co-workers watching on top of the patrons of the event, too.”. Also in the lineup are the Peelers, known for mash-ups of party favorites; country trio Rodeo House; and the 10-piece ensemble the Houserockers, a rock and soul cover band from Los Gatos. The talents of local student dancers and singers are to be highlighted at the Round Table Community Stage as well.
Mission Chamber Orchestra: Emily Ray leads the orchestra in “Latin Passions,” a program that features works by Rodrigo, Moncayo, Ponce and the West Coast premiere of a work by composer Miguel Del Aguila, who will attend the concert, Feb, 12, 7:30 p.m, $22 general/$18 students and seniors/$7 children under 12, Le Petit sale! - handmade footwear - ballet flats - lime green and orange! - fits 18" kidz n cats doll 20" maru doll Trianon, 72 N, Fifth St., San Jose, 408.236.3350 or www.missionchamber.org, San Jose Wind Symphony: The symphony presents “All You Need Is Love,” a romantic program that includes selections from Puccini’s La Bohème and Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet, With guest soloists Susan Powers, lyric soprano, and Michael Taylor, baritone, Feb, 13, 3 p.m, $20 general/$15 seniors/$5 students, McAfee Center, 20300 Herriman Ave., Saratoga, 408.927.7597 or http://sjws.org..
Should Timberlake recruit a new collaborator, please let it be a lyricist. Both “20/20” albums have made the singer’s Achilles’ heel throb in new ways. He’s an Elton John in need of a Bernie Taupin, a Burt Bacharach desperate for a Hal David. And while his lothario babble has never jumped off the lyric sheet on its own accord, his lyrics have recently skidded from lazy to sloppy. The freaky nativity scene of “Cabaret” provides the album’s most glaring phrase: “I got you saying ‘Jesus’ so much, it’s like we’re laying in the manger.”.
Playful, lusty and bursting with energy, “Fancy Free” immediately opened up a world of possibility for American ballet, which had mostly looked backward to the nation’s mythic past, a la Eugene Loring’s “Billy the Kid” and Agnes de Mille’s “Rodeo,” rather than planting sale! - handmade footwear - ballet flats - lime green and orange! - fits 18" kidz n cats doll 20" maru doll a flag in the roiling present, Robbins not only sized up and seized the moment, he audaciously set “Fancy Free” at a corner bar near Times Square, a mere two blocks from the old Met stage where the dance was premiering..
Teach your kids to apologize. If the ability to apologize is at the heart of good relationships, then it’s a skill that parents should pass on to their kids, preferably by role modeling. Some parents fear that saying sorry to to their kids will undercut their authority or make them look weak and uncertain. On the contrary, Lerner said: Apologizing to your children shows that you are strong and that you value fairness. “Children have an innate sense of justice and suffer when a parent’s defensivness invalidates what the child knows to be true,” she said. “Indeed the ability to apologize is one of the greatest gifts we can give to our kids.”.
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