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Winter Business Series — A Little Help from Your Friends (and Family): 6:30-8:30 p.m. Feb. 25. In 2005, Janet Long made the decision to take the family toffee recipe to market. With her sisters and father, Elaine’s Toffee Company was launched out of a commercial kitchen in Clayton. People have seen the LegalZoom ad, but it’s the quality of the product that has driven sales. Long produces some of the best reviewed toffee on the market, and took it from kitchen and local sales to commercial production and national distribution. Registration is required.

Each year Pacifica Peace People creates a peace banner which features a quote related to peace, This year’s quote is from when Carlos Santana stated, “The most valuable possession you can own is an open heart, The most powerful weapon you can be is an instrument of peace.” One of Pacifica Peace People’s annual events is to place an ad ballet flats, kawaii shoes, women's pumps, black shoes, flat shoes, eyelash fashion, back to school, black and white, cute, in the Pacifica Tribune for a petition for peace, featuring the chosen peace quote, Those who signed the peace ad and donated to the cost of running the ad took a stance toward peace, What other steps can we take to help create a more peaceful community?..

Another treasure in her collection is similarly fragile and was probably made in the late 19th century. The glass ornament with a half moon face belonged to Paull’s mother. It still bears wax drippings from the days when candles were lit in the Christmas tree. Adams, who has lived in San Jose almost 50 years, also crafts tiny room settings, vignettes and items like the fully decorated 10-inch Christmas tree that sits under a dome. Perhaps her crowning achievement, however, is a 5-foot tall doll house that sits year-round on a table in the dining room. Naturally, it’s filled with adorable miniatures she’s either collected or made, and it’s currently decked out in its holiday finery.

“There is a moral implication, as well,” he continues, “that humans discovering ideas, pushing boundaries were crossing borders that maybe shouldn’t be crossed, That was the real fear in it, as opposed to the revulsion to the physicality of the creature Frankenstein made.”, Macfarlane says, “It’s also still a world of mythology, but at the point where mythology meets medical science, In ‘Frankenstein’ you see the electrical charge activating a hand like this (he jerks his hand), Electricity, what’s this? — an amazing magical thing to 90 percent of the people (then), I think also that you’ve got to put it ballet flats, kawaii shoes, women's pumps, black shoes, flat shoes, eyelash fashion, back to school, black and white, cute, in a world where medical science was absolutely primitive..

Also the orchestra is bigger than it usually is. We have five or six string players beyond what we normally have. We packed as many people into the pit as we could. And another wonderful thing we have is a fortepiano, which is what they used back then. We got it from a woman up in Berkeley. It’s a beautiful instrument. A We’re renting it. I don’t know, a few thousand dollars. A You can’t force a great artist to do something. Q You haven’t mentioned the giant pipe organ at the California Theatre. You’re using it to signal the earthquake in the final act.


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