Top Of The Order. Going Skin Deep: There s no point in denying it. Silicon Valley and the Bay Area are mostly known for the thousands of tech companies all over the region. Apple. Facebook. HP. Intel. Google…And on and on and on. There s so much tech stuff happening that you couldn t really blame someone if they didn t think there was other industry in the region. Like pharmaceuticals. One of those local drugmakers is Anacor Pharmaceuticals, of Palo Alto. Technically, Anacor is still going to be local, but its bosses are soon to be working out of New York, where Pfizer is based. And on Monday, Pfizer said it had reached a deal to acquire Anacor for $5.2 billion.
The season – the company’s 95th – runs Sept, 8, 2017, through July 1, 2018, Five productions will be presented in the fall, and the “Ring” cycles will complete the season in the summer of 2018, Adams’ opera, “Girls of the Golden West,” is perhaps the most hotly anticipated work on the fall season, Running Nov, 21 to Dec, 10, the opera, with a libretto by frequent Adams collaborator Peter Sellars, explores the milieu of ballet slippers watercolor sequin throw pillow, personalized easter gift with name, choose color and font the California Gold Rush in the 1850s, Co-commissioned by San Francisco Opera, Dallas Opera, Nationale Opera and Ballet Amsterdam, and Teatro La Fenice, the performances, conducted by Grant Gershon, mark the end of a year of tributes to Adams’ 70th birthday..
In Burlingame, Leona Moriarty will be joined by Olga Parr and Deborah Sullivan at 1132 Cortez Ave., Lynne Flodin and Rose Nieponice will be showing their works at 1404 Balboa Ave. and Brian Harvey will be showing works in his home and studio at 605 Trenton Way. For more information and a site map, visit www.burlingameartsociety.org or phone 650-348-8833. The works are by Bob Braun, Sallie Bernstein, Bob Fournier, Kirsten Klagenberg, Jeff Klagenberg, Larry Salveson and the late Eleanor Webster. The gallery is at 1880 S. Grant, San Mateo. Visit www.cityartsofsanmateo.org.
With TV shows like “World of Dance” wildly popular these days, it’s refreshing to find dancing isn’t just a spectator sport in San Jose, If you want proof, just check out CityDance, the weekly series that kicks off its third year Thursday at Plaza de Cesar Chavez, Every week, about 200 or more ballet slippers watercolor sequin throw pillow, personalized easter gift with name, choose color and font people show up to take a lesson and dance the night away, with a food truck and beer garden on site for when it’s time to take a break, The secret ingredient to the series’ success may be the wide variety of dance genres offered, For this week’s opener, running from 5:30 to 9 p.m., Sandy Chao and John York from Redwood City-based Mambo Groovin’ Latin Dance Theater will provide Salsa instruction, with music by Orquestra Latin Heat..
Meder, the daughter of the 340th Bomb Group’s commander, Col. Willis Chapman, has been a professional artist in both fine and commercial art for the past 35 years, 13 of them in Europe. When Catch-22 was published, it was very obvious that the book was based on the Bomb Group that her father commanded in World War II. Thus, this true-life parallel story needed to be written. Meder has also published a full-color companion book, “The True Story of Catch-22 Illustrated,” which contains her original artwork and caricatures of the individuals.
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