He and his wife, Lois, also a teacher, raised two boys and a daughter. But like anyone who has lived a long life, there has been adversity. Their sons died in middle age. Their daughter struggles with multiple sclerosis. Lois died more than two decades ago. “I’ll be honest,” shares Hallburn, whose grandson recently moved in to help out, “I get lonely at times.”. Understandably, Hallburn prefers to dwell on the positive. For more than 30 years, Hallburn taught in Los Angeles schools, usually focusing on kids who struggled. Some, he concedes, were gang members who couldn’t be helped.
There were high winds on the night of Dec, 12 and morning of Dec, 13 that caused power outages in Kensington and “in Oakland considerable damage was reported through wrecked awnings, damaged signs and broken plate glass windows.”, slippers, dance, dancing slippers, patch, iron on, ornament, ballerina, applique, ballet item, ballet shoes, liberty, sparkle, p Berkeley Mayor Edward Ament importuned the charitable public, “It is indeed a sad home where there is no Christmas cheer or sound of happy voices, Let us see to it that the light of Christmas shines in every home.” Another $86 came in Dec, 14, Those locals with holiday shopping money could take advantage of free parking in Downtown Berkeley and the Telegraph Avenue business district during the last weeks of the holiday season, In addition there were “four hundred yellow signs, on which will be a safety message, ‘Pedestrians please cross only at intersections, Shop early and safely, Berkeley Police Department.'”..
These two do not look at all alike. Maio added identical wigs, makeup and sewn-together costumes. Shorter Mia wears high-heeled shoes, and taller Carolyn wears a lower pair. Their voices, however, blend admirably. The entire chorus ensemble is excellent. Their many dances were choreographed by Bobby Barnaby Bryce (who is, himself, a prizewinning male burlesque dancer). John Maio, a director who consistently adds interesting bits to his productions, has not only chosen fine leading players but a cast of multitalented and diverse people. Solo voices under the care of music director Greg Zema blend beautifully. Coley Grundman’s, Johnnie Rivard’s and George P. Scott’s voices grow rounder as the show progresses, becoming increasingly beautiful.
•Saturday, March 1, from 11 a.m, to 4 p.m, — Sea Riddles on the Pier-Pick up a packet of riddles, stroll along the beautiful Pacifica Pier, and solve the riddles, Compose your own and stump the Riddle Master to win a tee-, •Saturday, March 1, at 7 p.m, In the Sharp Park Library Community Room, Author Event with Chris Hunter discussing “Legendary Locals,” his newest book, about Pacifica characters, Purchase a book and have the author sign it, •Sunday, March 2, from 9:30 to 11 a.m, — Lit Walk of the Historical Sharp Park District with Jerry Crow, Join us for a walk around West Sharp Park with Jerry slippers, dance, dancing slippers, patch, iron on, ornament, ballerina, applique, ballet item, ballet shoes, liberty, sparkle, p Crow and learn about the history of some of Pacifica’s oldest buildings, Meet at the corner of Beach and Montecito, All ages..
“I’m a natural ham,” she says. The petite Lewis, retired from a career at Child Protective Services, had taken vocal lessons in her youth and this year has a solo in the Follies, singing “Summertime.”. Oh, and she plans to go hang gliding for her 84th birthday in July. Like Lewis, many of the Follies folks have some theater or musical background. Others had never set foot on a stage. Marilee Westen, of Capitola, has longed to dance since age 5 but never had the chance. Now, she’s doing a tap dance number in the show.
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