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DEAR AMY: Our son and his wife are separating and soon to divorce after 10 years of marriage. Our daughter-in-law has a child by a previous marriage, and they had another child together. We have a good relationship with his wife, but we are only fairly close to our step-grandchild, because we’ve lived far apart and rarely saw that child. Christmas is coming and my husband and I are not sure how to handle presents now and in the future regarding the mother and her child. What do you think?.

“This partnership is a resounding endorsement of a tenant central to Montalvo’s mission: that the arts are an essential part of making sure our children get the best education they possibly can,” says Angela McConnell, Montalvo’s executive director, Too often the reality is that the arts get overlooked in curricula, says Charlee Wagner, Montalvo’s education ballet shoe programs coordinator and project manager for its Teaching Artists project, The new project will allow artists to teach both the students and teachers furthering each teacher’s art development within the curriculum and allowing them to continue throughout the school year what the artist started, says Wagner..

Here’s a rundown. Contemporary art, photography. Though the Baltic opened in 2002, the center’s hosting of the 2011 Turner Prize nominees, which brought in 25,000 people in five days, firmly put Newcastle on the European art circuit. Nearby, the Side Gallery exhibits international humanist documentary photography that brings to light issues around the working classes and marginalized, threatened communities, raising aesthetic and moral questions. An intimate 50-seat cinema shows independent films that support the gallery’s goals.

By Michael O’Sullivan | Washington Post, Natalie Portman is the putative headliner in “Vox Lux,” an ambitious but ultimately ungraceful meditation on pop superstardom that spans ballet shoe decades, awkwardly weaving themes of school shootings, terrorism, obsessive fandom and post-traumatic stress into the psychological portrait of a singer whose career was born of tragedy, But she is not the film’s real star, Like a true rock diva, Portman shows up late in the show, only after the audience has been kept waiting and waiting, entertained by a first act that turns out to be far more satisfying than the main event, Playing the 31-year-old Celeste, an abrasive, troubled and substance-abusing arena-pop performer with a controlling manager (Jude Law), a retinue of sequin-and-spandex-clad backup dancers, millions of fans and a generic-sounding catalogue of wanna-be-empowering songs (written by the singer/songwriter Sia), Portman arrives on-screen 45 minutes after the opening credits, Ultimately, she gets upstaged by Raffey Cassidy, who plays her character’s 14-year-old self, in the film’s far more mesmerizing and unpredictable prologue..

6 “Grace and Delia Are Gone”: Jo Kreiter’s Flyaway Productions, an aerial dance/performance troupe, presents this brand new site-specific work by Kreiter to mark this company’s 20th anniversary season — but this is no celebratory production. Inspired by centuries-old murder ballads and set to a score by violinist Carla Kihlstedt and percussionist Matthias Bossi, “Grace and Delia” explores the themes of violence against women. Details: Sept. 22-Oct. 2; Firehouse at Fort Mason Center, San Francisco; $22-$30; 415-345-7575, http://fortmason.org.