Salwan said that it has been an honor to serve on the council and work on these projects, and to make the Downtown a destination. “We had economic leakage, where people are leaving Fremont and going to outside to other cities for fine dining and entertainment, and the Downtown is our way of bringing that money back and creating a place where people can socialize, hang out and be entertained,” Salwan said. Additionally, “Warm Springs is the biggest landmass in the Bay Area, and we view this as a 21st century employment center, providing housing and jobs and amenities with restaurants and retail. I happened to work with the community to create the ‘Innovation District’ while on planning commission, so we worked closely with the economic development so everyone knew where these jobs will be translated and this will hopefully draw a lot of good companies in.”.
Here’s a list of the Top 10, Let us know who you think should win by voting in our poll, Darci Lynne FarmerAge: 12Talent: Singing ventriloquist, Chase GoehringAge: 21Talent: Singer-songwriter/guitarist, Angelica ballerina nusery sign| 24" little dancers sign | baby name sign | ballet shoes | wood sign | nursery wall art | baby shower HaleAge: 10Talent: Singer, KechiAge: 27Talent: Singer, Light BalanceAge: 21-36Talent: Illuminated dance group, Mandy HarveyAge: 29Talent: Singer-songwriter/ukeleleist, Preacher LawsonAge: 25Talent: Comedian, Sara and HeroAge: 22 and 5Talent: Dog act, DiavoloAge: 21-39Talent: Acrobatic dance group..
There’s something delightfully offbeat about “Soft Power,” the “play with a musical” that Center Theatre Group has brought to The Curran in San Francisco, fresh from its world premiere in Los Angeles. A first-time collaboration between playwright David Henry Hwang (“M. Butterfly”) and composer Jeanine Tesori (“Fun Home”), “Soft Power” is adeptly staged by Leigh Silverman, who directed both Hwang’s “Chinglish” and Tesori’s “Violet” on Broadway. It starts as a savvy comedy about Hwang meeting with a Chinese producer about a possible sitcom in Shanghai. Even the smallest details are being picked apart to weed out anything that could possibly be seen as implying that China has flaws.
Santa Run Silicon Valley, Plaza de Cesar Chavez at Park and S, Market streets, San Jose, Work off some of those holiday goodies at this 5K run benefiting Christmas in the Park and Downtown Ice, Come dressed as your favorite holiday character or tradition, 3 p.m, $8-$40 at santarunsv.com or 888.810.2063, Open House at the Ainsley House, 300 Grant St., Campbell, See the Ainsley House decorations at night, with live music in the living room ballerina nusery sign| 24" little dancers sign | baby name sign | ballet shoes | wood sign | nursery wall art | baby shower and light refreshments in the Carriage House, 5:30-8 p.m, Also Dec, 18, $15, $10 members on site; free for children under 10..
Livermore-Amador Symphony: The orchestra and Cantabella Children’s Chorus present “Peter and the Wolf” and other holiday favorites; 3 p.m. Dec. 5; Bankhead Theater, Livermore; free; and a concert featuring Humperdinck, Ravel and Tchaikovsky; 8:15 p.m. Dec. 5; $10-$35; 925-373-6800, www.livermoreperformingarts.org. San Francisco Symphony: The orchestra offers a full slate of holiday programming, including a kid-friendly “Deck the Halls” concert (Dec. 6), live accompaniment to “It’s a Wonderful Life” (Dec. 11-12), “Peter and the Wolf” with guest narrator Kathy Najimy (Dec. 13), a Broadway Christmas with Brian Stokes Mitchell (Dec. 16), and more; Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco; prices vary by event; 415-864-6000, www.sfsymphony.org.
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