2. Top of the Lake. Jane Campion’s gorgeous, perfect miniseries stars Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss as a New Zealand detective with a ton of baggage trying to find a missing and pregnant 14-year-old. The series is ostensibly a crime drama, but Campion unfolds it at her own idiosyncratic pace, one that allows for comedy (Holly Hunter’s no-nonsense guru), scenery-chewing (Peter Mullan, incandescent as the town’s leading tough), a very sexy romance, and, ultimately, a devastating, macroscopic portrayal of sexual abuse’s very long afterlife. Unlike most crime shows, Top of the Lake knows there are some wrongs no one — not fathers, mothers, partners, gurus or police officers — can really heal, and closure is just a cheesy word for the sloppy, brutal, piecemeal and indefatigable ways the traumatized go on surviving.
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But Cain said Sanders and his young supporters have one other thing in common. “Neither of them,” Cain said, “has any idea how to do it without the support of Congress. “I tell them this daily, but they’re going to vote their consciences.”. The differences between Clinton and Sanders supporters are clearest when they’re explaining candidate preference. Clinton supporters typically stress her policies and experience. “I think it’s better to be pragmatic than to be idealistic,” Arrieta-Kenna said.
They’re Playing My Song: 8 p.m, March 17, The Village Theatre, 233 Front St., Danville, Role Players Ensemble emeritus director Gary DeAtley takes the stage for this tour of the lives and musical works of Broadway composers and artists, Reception and silent auction at 6 p.m, $110, www.RolePlayersEnsemble.com, Mozart Requiem with San Francisco Conservatory Chorus: 8 p.m, March 17, 4 p.m, March 18, Hofmann Theatre, 1601 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek, Two conductors take the podium at this California Symphony concert that includes Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on blue tones, hand embroidered, slip one flats, ballet, handmade guatemalan textiles, huipil, guipil a Theme by Thomas Tallis, as well as the Mozart Requiem, $42-$72, http://bit.ly/2Erdeip..
She hit a nerve among supporters who logged complaints about Amazon on Change.org, which is hosting the petition. It was quite a reaction considering that the Dec. 10 Price Check promotion lasted one day and did not actually apply to Marcus Books or any other bookstores, a few of which have tried to adjust by using Amazon.com to sell their inventory online. Marcus workers have not seen anyone using the app. Few nonbook retailers seemed to notice the promotion. But after years of pressure from Amazon and e-readers, Price Check may be the proverbial straw that breaks the bookstore’s back, especially coming on top of a recession that makes shoppers eager to save money even if it’s just a few dollars.
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