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black and white arabesque, ballet art, art print, pencil drawing, dance wall art, ballerina gift, interior design, artwork, gift

black and white arabesque, ballet art, art print, pencil drawing, dance wall art, ballerina gift, interior design, artwork, gift

Tam, 35, a onetime religion and philosophy major turned bass-playing MBA, says record labels and agents require bands to register the trademarks; it’s not a privilege so much as a necessity. Tam has always approached the band as a business, and wants to reach the place where band members can quit their jobs and make music full-time. (Tam himself is the marketing director for an Oregon environmental nonprofit, an adjunct at two colleges and a traveling writer and speaker who sits on six boards of directors.).

A national nonprofit, Spark now has offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Philadelphia and offers a unique program that re-engages underserved middle school students in their education through hands-on apprenticeships and a Leadership Curriculum, Spark partners with schools and workplaces in the four regions coast-to-coast to match underserved 7th and 8th graders with mentors working in career fields aligned with the students’ interests and strengths, In 2005, 11 students graduated from Spark’s first pilot program in Redwood City, Spark works with hundreds of students each year in San Francisco, the Peninsula and black and white arabesque, ballet art, art print, pencil drawing, dance wall art, ballerina gift, interior design, artwork, gift Oakland, which resulted in more than 235 apprenticeships during the 2013-14 school year..

Perry often starts to write a song without fully understanding what it’s about. That was the case with “Something Good,” the title track off her four-song EP. “I had some idea of what the song was about,” she says. “I free wrote it and set it aside. I hate doing that because I’m afraid I might lose it.”. Months later, a conversation with a friend sparked the rest of the song. It was a request from another friend that led Perry to start writing her own songs after years of playing classical works. Her musical emphasis began to shift after she was asked to write a cello line for a friend’s folk song.

Going gaga for the Goo Goos?: The Goo Goo Dolls, the Buffalo rock black and white arabesque, ballet art, art print, pencil drawing, dance wall art, ballerina gift, interior design, artwork, gift act responsible for such hits as “Iris” and “Slide,” comes to Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View July 14 in support of their 11th studio album, “Boxes.” Phillip Phillips, who rose to fame with his triumphant run during the 11th season of TV’s “American Idol” in 2012, is also on the bill, Details: 8 p.m.; $23-$99.50; www.livenation.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff, She hacks and sings: Lizzie Borden took an ax and whacked her way into the annals of lurid American history, Now City Lights Theater Company unveils new dimensions of this infamous tale with a badass goth-rock musical version of “Lizzie.” Written by Steven Cheslik-deMeyer, Tim Maner and Alan Stevens Hewitt, this is a postmodern rock musical clad in Victorian lace, Directed by the estimable Lisa Mallette, it opens July 15, Details: Through Aug, 20; City Lights Theater Company, San Jose; $19-$44; 408-295-4200, cltc.org.— Karen D’Souza, Staff..

A DECADE OF DANCE: Company C Contemporary Ballet continues its impressive 10th season at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center this Friday through Sunday, and returns to the East Bay after a New York sojourn for a weekend run at the Lesher Center on May 25-27. The programs for both Bay Area runs include a ballet by C’s founding artistic director, Charles Anderson, set to bluegrass arrangements of Led Zeppelin’s classic rock work, “The Song Remains the Same (Suite),” and Anderson’s “Key to Songs,” a technically demanding pas de deux with a score by electronic music pioneer Morton Subotnik. “Footage,” by Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo founder Peter Anastos, is a sleek and elegant ballet set to tunes by English big-band leader Jack Hylton, who kept the British dancing through the dark years of the Great Depression. And Gregory Dawson, resident choreographer with Alonzo King’s Lines Ballet, presents “Which Light in the Sky Is Us?” featuring a score by Ben Juodvalkis and Moses Sedler.

 

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