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Shannon comes out of surgery next, her eyes swollen and discolored, and no one but a paid driver there to take her home. You almost feel sorry for her but then she just keeps complaining about not having a partner to take care of her and the feeling quickly passes. Kelly and Housewife Gina Kirschenheiter pay her a visit soon after. “Does your face hurt?” Kelly asks. “Yeah,” Shannon says sadly. ” ‘Cause it’s killing me,” Kelly replies, and OMG, she is such a fantastic single parent now she’s even making the dad jokes.

The one-night-only reading is 8 p.m, June 27 at Douglas Morrisson Theatre, 22311 N, Third St., Hayward, Tickets d' orsay shoes. pointy ballet flats. pointy shoes. pointy flats. pointed toe shoes. black ballet flats. bridal shoes. weddin are $10 and can be purchased through the box office at 510-881-6777 or at www.dmtonline.org, The dance and celebration start at 7 p.m.; Billy Bradford will be the DJ, Tickets are $20 advance, $25 at the door, Order at www.haywardrec.org/seniors or call 510-881-6766, The senior center is at 22325 N, Third St., Hayward, Admission to the park will be free that day, Events include fishing clinics and demonstrations, paddle boat races, lake tours on the Chabot Queen, nature hikes, entertainment, food and exhibits..

Socialite Suzanne Saperstein built the trophy home, called Fleur de Lys, a dozen years ago with her then-husband, Metro Networks founder David Saperstein. They have since divorced, and she first listed the property in 2007 for $125 million. She took it on and off the market several times, the Times said, almost selling it at one point to British heiress Petra Ecclestone, who ended up buying Candy Spelling’s nearby spread for $85 million. Just inside the front door is a two-story entry hall with a marble floor topped by a gold-leaf paneled ceiling. A pair of staircases lead upstairs, and a doorway flanked by columns looks out to the backyard and gardens said to be inspired by Versailles.

“For me, it’s a company that I’m still like a kid when I come into work,” said Shaub, “There’s a  lot to, I think, to look forward to when I get up in the morning.”, Shaub’s role is to supervise productions on the road and work with Cirque’s artistic team, which comprises the artists, coaches and stage managers as well as the wardrobe department and physiotherapists, “It’s d' orsay shoes. pointy ballet flats. pointy shoes. pointy flats. pointed toe shoes. black ballet flats. bridal shoes. weddin kind of a double-edged activity where you work very hard to maintain the original concepts, but you work a lot to evolve and develop and not let the show stagnate,” he said, “It’s important to let the artists develop, and once they go on stage, it’s their show, They have a lot to say about the interpretation of it.”..

10 OTOBONG NKANGA: The Nigerian-born, Belgium-based artist comes to Berkeley next week to present two mixed-media/performance art works dealing with the history of her African homeland and the ravages it has suffered through European colonialism. “From Where I Stand” examines the exploitation of Nigeria by mineral mining interests in the 19th and 20th centuries, and “Contained Measures of a Kolanut” focuses on the impact on Nigerian culture of the coffeelike kola nut. Details: “From Where I Stand,” 7:30 p.m. May 11 at Berkeley Art Museum; free with museum admission ($10-$12); “Kolanut,” an audience-participation work, 1-5 p.m. May 14 at UC Botanical Garden in Berkeley (with free shuttle service available from Berkeley Art Museum); also free with musuem and Botanical Garden admission; more details at http://bampfa.org.


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