“The first time I saw Roger he had bare feet and long hair. He looked like Jesus,” she recalls of their chance encounter at the home of the pianist for Ballet San Jose. “I said, ‘What is that?’ but we’ve been together ever since.”. The pair like to hit the road, especially along the coast, in one of la Cour’s three vintage Cadillacs. Every year she also returns to Copenhagen, where her youngest offspring, other family members and numerous friends reside.
Cultural festivals times two: Choose from not one but two Japanese cultural events in the East Bay, In Union City, the Buddhist Church’s Obon Festival starts at 5 p.m, Aug, 12 at 32975 Alvarado-Niles Road, In Concord, the Summer Festival runs 1-9 p.m, Aug, 12 and noon-8:30 p.m, Aug, 13 at the Diablo Japanese American Club, 3165 Treat Blvd, Details: Free admission; www.sacbc.org; www.diablojaclub.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff, Outcry Tour in Concord: This year’s tour is absolutely loaded with top talent.The contemporary Christian music showcase features the amazing vocalist Lauren Daigle, whose career has skyrocketed since the release of her 2015 debut, “How Can It Be.” Also performing are two popular worship-music groups from Northern California button flip flops and ballet slippers handmade polymer clay buttons ( 4 ) — the Sacramento-based Jesus Culture and Redding’s Bethel Music – as well as Chad Veach, Local Sound and Martin Smith, Details: 7 p.m, Aug, 14; Concord Pavilion; $21.95-$64.95; www.outcrytour.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff..
“We put it up in the dark of night because we thought we’d be arrested,” said Carney, a gay rights activist. But on Saturday, hundreds of people, including local politicians, gathered at the same spot to unveil a pink-triangle banner at the kickoff ceremony for the annual San Francisco Pride Festival. The event is always a joyous occasion in San Francisco, and it is even more special this year because of Friday’s Supreme Court decision declaring same-sex marriage a constitutionally protected right in all 50 states.
A dozen commercial tenants — from music and dance schools to adolescent therapists — soon will have to move from their home base at First Baptist Church in Palo Alto or run afoul of the city’s zoning laws, They are not permitted to operate in Palo Alto’s single-family residential areas, which include First Baptist’s location at 305 N, California Ave., according to the city’s code enforcement division, The city served the tenants with violation notices button flip flops and ballet slippers handmade polymer clay buttons ( 4 ) earlier this month after some neighbors complained about increased traffic and parking problems on their streets, Continued violations are subject to fines of $500 to $1,000 a day..
* Special 30-year poster exhibit hosted by the Pacifica Historical Society at the newly remodeled Little Brown Church Museum at 1850 Francisco Blvd. to show how the Fog Fest poster designs have evolved over the 30 years. The PHS will also host a VIP reception at 6 p.m. Sept. 18 for the Fog Fest Parade grand marshals. * Fog Fest Wines, a special limited edition of wines now available and on display to the public at Oceana Market, 200 Eureka Drive. Proceeds from wine sales are also donated to the local participating organizations.
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