All proceeds directly benefit St. Vincent’s Costa Contra County operations which include free dining room, medical clinic, food pantries, housing assistance, job training and placement, clothing, transportation and utility costs, thrift stores, home visits, care for the elderly, medicine and youth outreach. “People who participate can take comfort knowing that any money they raise will stay local,” said Melanie Anguay, St. Vincent DePaul of Contra Costa County executive director.
He recites his own words softly, without emotion, ” ‘Teen Wolf Too’ doesn’t represent what I want to do in the future,” the bygone 18-year-old says through his present 45-year-old self, “I’d like to play a dramatic role like Timothy Hutton did in ‘Ordinary People.’ What a great vehicle that was, I want to be a ballet shoe bookmark dancer shoe copper bookmark great actor.”, “I remember I was in the green room for Merv Griffin’s TV show and it was full of stereotyped Hollywood people chattering away, Then the news was announced that James Cagney had died.”..
Longtime downtown San Jose restaurant owner Steve Borkenhagen was presented with this year’s Community Leadership award for his devotion to downtown and support of the arts. After the audience was shown a video with friends lauding Borkenhagen’s accomplishments over the past four decades, he quipped, “Now you don’t have to go to the funeral. And I’m sure some of you are relieved.”. WINNING CONCEPT: San Pedro Square restaurant Olla Cocina was definitely deserving of the Golden Nail Award it received from the San Jose Downtown Association on Friday morning. The award — presented to owner Mike Messinger and Jorge Romero of Habitec Architecture and Design — celebrated the makeover of the space, which used to be home to La Pinata and Blake’s Steakhouse. If you haven’t been in yet, it’s worth a visit to check out the details, from the Mexican cinder block partitions to the pergola that used century-old reclaimed wood from a garage that was once across the street. There’s no doubt it’s one of the most visually interesting restaurants in San Jose today — and the food and cocktails are pretty good, too.
Mary Anne & Steve Gabay; Richard Galli in honor of Peggy; Janis Gerlinger in honor of her parents Joe & Chartley Calder; Sarbajit Ghosal in honor of Ranjit Ghosal; Sashikala Obilisetty & Mahesh Girkar in honor of Girkar Obilisetty Family; Robert Goldberg; Shelley Gould in honor of Doris, Arnold & Neal Gould; Nancy Grippo; Jean Gryc; Alberto Gurevich; Leena Guttal in honor of my parents, David Hackel; Paul & Rene ballet shoe bookmark dancer shoe copper bookmark Halpern in memory of Kiki Crisalli & Barbara Juhl; Fred & Kat Hanes in honor of Meg & Jim Buckley; Kirby Hansen in honor of Matt Axelson; Wendy Hansen in honor of Annika & Kai Donez; Cindy Hauser in honor of Al Hauser; Lee Heathorn; John Heineke; Natalie Heling in honor of Linda & Stephen Buckley, & Lois & Steve Smallwood; Donna Henderson in honor of John C, & John M, Henderson; Margo Heran; Dexter Hermstad; Elaine Hikido; Joni Holland in honor of John Ellis; Maria Franco Hongo in honor of Joao Franco; Mark Hsieh; Paul Hsieh; Shelley Huber in honor of Barb Fairhurst; Pat Hughes in honor of Colleen Hughes; Ardon A, Huseby in honor of Paul Pavon; Sandra Hussey in honor of Walter & June Hussey..
Social media/website: Scripps Miramar Saddlebreds on Facebook. Helping Kids Rock Their Future. (Phoenix Decorating Company). Founded in 1915, Kiwanis International is a global organization of clubs and members dedicated to serving the children of the world. The be-bopping riders on the Kiwanis float have dedicated their lives to helping children grow to their full potential. A classic 16-foot-tall jukebox at the center of the float has coverage of wine and dark beau mums, stacked hit records of black seaweed, dark grey poppy seed and light grey white pepper.
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