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Earlier this month, the movies opened in New York to ticket sales second only to that of “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” Bookings will take them to more than 30 art houses, including the Bay Area June 12. As restored, Becker says, the trilogy is “a more refined representation of what is on the negative than any print that was ever made in the history of the films.” The soundtracks — which introduced sitar great Ravi Shankar to the West — have been pieced back together, too, from many sources.

At the end of SAG’s presentation, the council endorsed both recommendations and directed the staff to negotiate with Live Nation for the continued operation of the facility, The city of Concord paid for the construction of the Pavilion, and for the 2005 expansion, by selling bonds, The annual debt payment was $1.4 million until 2010 when the city refinanced $8 million of the ballet necklace/ ballet jewelry/ ballet necklace/ personalized ballet gift/ ballet dance gift/ ballet gifts/ pointe shoe charm/ remaining $12 million of Pavilion debt, significantly reducing the Pavilion’s outside annual debt payment obligations from $1.4 million to approximately $445,000..

Square Dance Class: The Committee to Promote Square Dancing hosts classes for singles and couples. Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Camden Community Center, 3369 Union Ave., San Jose. First three nights free, $5/class thereafter. Call Jackie at 408-663-1477. c-p-s-d.org. Ballroom Dancing: Ballroom dancers of all ages are welcome. Mondays, 6:30 to 9 p.m. DJs and bands provide the music. Air conditioning, wood floor, light refreshments and convenient parking. $6 per person. Camden Community Center, 3369 Union Ave., San Jose. 408-559-6209.

“I’ve been inspired by the people, culture, ingredients and cooking of France,” Kinch said in a news release, “For this reason, it makes sense to pay tribute to this country and its culture, which has influenced me in such positive ways, on the 15th anniversary ballet necklace/ ballet jewelry/ ballet necklace/ personalized ballet gift/ ballet dance gift/ ballet gifts/ pointe shoe charm/ of Manresa.”, Although Manresa will be closed during the trip to France, diners will likely see some new menu inspirations when it reopens, Visit manresarestaurant.com, Eighties babies free nude weekend, The clothing-optional Lupin Lodge resort in the Santa Cruz Mountains celebrates its 82nd anniversary Saturday and Sunday with an outdoor lawn concert, nude volleyball tournament, balloon costume party and dance, kids’ activities, body painting and an art reception..

“Brain” deals with a highly respected restaurant that serves unusual fare, and “Horriblest” tells of a famous scientist whose research on solving world hunger has gone terribly wrong. The shows are at the Martinez Campbell Theater, 636 Ward St. in Martinez. Call 925-518-3277 for more information. Bringing us firmly out of the holiday season and into the New Year, the Eugene O’Neill Foundation presents “Hughie” at 8 p.m. Jan. 10, and at 2 p.m. Jan. 11, at the Museum of the San Ramon Valley, 205 Railroad Ave. in Danville. Written by O’Neill while he lived at Tao House in Danville, this short, two-character play tells of the lonely late night struggles of a traveling man in a midtown New York hotel lobby in 1928. Presented as part of the Foundation’s Playwrights’ Theatre Series, the staged reading features Aaron Murphy as Hughie and Dirk Alphin as the lobby clerk. For tickets, call 925-820-1818 or go to www.eugeneoneill.org.

 

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