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babies r us ballet shoes

Years of treatment followed, and for her Sweet 16 birthday, Tenconi asked for donations to help start the nonprofit. In 2000, along with Southern California doctors Jenny Kim of UCLA and Stefani Takahashi of USC, she hatched the idea for a sanctuary. “The goal is to give the kids a week of no staring, no asking, ‘Is that contagious?’ Giving them that week of just being themselves we hope translates into their lives, and they have more self-esteem and more confidence,” Tenconi said. “Everybody has to be part of a community, and this is our community. It’s home. It’s a safe haven.”.

Shakespeare in Love: Jan, 19-Feb, 3, Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, Set against the backdrop of mistaken identity, ruthless scheming and backstage theatrics, babies r us ballet shoes this romantic romp imagines the fictional love affair between William Shakespeare and the woman who inspires him to write his first masterpiece, $25-$52,, Classical Guitarist William Feasley: 7 p.m, Jan, 19, St, Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1924 Trinity Ave., Walnut Creek, This multi-media performance of Echos of Goya features artwork by Francisco Goya, serenaded by Feasley, $10-$20,

Venus in Fur: Real life and scripted action become blurred in this work about a playwright-director and the final actress he auditions for his play. Through March 1, times vary. San Jose Stage Company, 490 S. First St., San Jose. $30-$60. 408-283-7142, Where Angels Fear to Tread: Opera San Jose presents the world premiere of Mark Lanz Weiser’s adaptation of E.M. Forester’s novel. Through Feb. 22, times vary. California Theatre, 345 S. First St., San Jose. 408.437.4450,

Directed by Obie award-winner Lisa Peterson, the show runs from Aug, 10-Sept, 4, One of Shaw’s “Plays Pleasant,” originally written in 1896, “You Never Can Tell” examines turn-of-the-century social mores and family dynamics, Mrs, Clandon, a world-famous feminist author and lecturer, returns to a seaside resort after years abroad, bringing along her daughter and disciple Gloria, and her two talkative twins, Dolly and Philip, Through a series of highly-improbable complications involving dentistry, lawyers, landlords, and a “perfect waiter” named Walter, families are reunited after a babies r us ballet shoes fashion, “thoroughly modern” romance blooms, and everyone learns not to judge people too quickly, for as Walter says, “You never can tell.”..

There might be one person who doesn’t have a favorite Bob Dylan song. It would be that anonymous Brit at the Manchester Free Trade Hall during Dylan’s 1966 world tour who famously called the singer-songwriter “Judas” right before the newly electric Dylan played a definitely-not-unplugged rendition of “Ballad of a Thin Man.”. Everyone else, perhaps including Judas Iscariot himself, has a preference. The Salt Lake Tribune asked musicians from all different genres to name their favorite Dylan song or two.