“I’ve been a composer for almost 40 years, and I just started writing holiday songs a few years ago,” Kopulos said. “I really enjoy writing in all styles of music and was surprised that I’ve really enjoyed writing holiday melodies and lyrics as well.”. Regional theater singers will be performing his mix of nostalgic, humorous and traditional songs. Shows are Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Go to www.southbaymt.com for details and tickets. Contact Sal Pizarro at email@example.com or 408-627-0940.
“There’s nothing,” he thought, Still, shovel in hand, he trudged through the deep ash into the corner of what had once been the family room, Scoop after scoop, he gently turned over the ash, but found nothing, The remains of a stucco wall, riddled with sharp nails, covered a section of the family room, If the urn had survived, he figured it was probably trapped under there, He tried to lift the wall, but it was too heavy, Neighbors who knew the couple’s deep bond offered to bring crowbars, hoping that together they could lift it and find the urn, But first, Steve again envisioned the family room layout — the tan recliner, the corner table — and explored another section just a few feet away, Sliding in the shovel, he spotted it: a piece of rounded green metal not much larger than the size of his hand, some cloth and bridal low heel ballet flats shoes in ivory leather and satin ribbons, wedding shoes flats, elehandmade shoes, scarpe sposa, bra a heaping mound of ash..
San Mateo Police Chief Susan Manheimer will be master of ceremonies of the event. The evening will be highlighted by fine dining, a live auction, a Fund-a-Need for Samaritan House’s financial empowerment program, a raffle, a video produced by George Uibel and students from Notre Dame de Namur University, music and dancing by the 3 O’Clock Jump Big Band, and other surprises. The fundraiser helps the community-supported, nonprofit organization assist more than 12,000 low-income San Mateo County residents each year. More than 2,000 volunteers help provide food, clothing, shelter, health care, worker resources, financial empowerment classes, and counseling services — all free of charge — to improve lives, promote self-sufficiency, and preserve dignity.
Peninsula Museum of Art, Main Gallery: “Hive,” video installation by Ruth Eckland; original music by Matt DiFonzo, through March 18, Collections Room: “Timepieces,” a bridal low heel ballet flats shoes in ivory leather and satin ribbons, wedding shoes flats, elehandmade shoes, scarpe sposa, bra selection from Gail Waldo’s collection, through April 8, Peninsula Museum of Art, Twin Pines Art Center, 10 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont, 650-594-1577, Phil McKinney, “Beyond the Obvious: Killer Questions that Spark Game-Changing Innovations.” In conversation with Computer History Museum’s John C, Hollar, Noon, Feb, 16, Computer History Museum, 1401 N, Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View, A Kepler’s Books event, 650-324-4321 or www.keplers.com; or www.computerhistory.org/events..
Broadway San Jose. “Cinderella.” March 3-8. Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, a new book by Douglas Carter Beane and original book by Oscar Hammerstein II. Directed by Mark Brokaw. Choreographed by Josh Rhodes. Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose. $38-$128. ticketmaster.com or 800-982-2787. WANT YOUR EVENT IN THINGS TO DO?. Send name of event, time and date, place of event including address, how much it costs, where to buy tickets and the name and phone number of a contact person to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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