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The hit PBS program “Antiques Roadshow” made a stop in Santa Clara in June. Thousands of excited collectors came from far and near to find out whether they owned a prize, or not. Either way, it was fun. I can’t wait to view the new series slated to air in 2015. It’s a pleasure to be stopped at a flea market or the local grocery store. Some of you share stories of “the one that got away,” or proudly show me photos of a new grandbaby. More than anything else, however, I’m grateful for your continued support of the antique expos and resale shops that benefit worthy causes. You are truly the best.

First up is the Light Up the Row celebration Tuesday at Santana Row, hosted by Mix 106.5-FM’s Marla Davies, There will be photos with ballet slippers queen elizabeth Santa taken across from Left Bank restaurant starting at 3 p.m, But the big stuff, like live music and the lighting of a 40-foot Christmas tree, will start at 7 p.m, at Park Valencia, The theme this year? “Love is All Around,” which makes me wish they’d have a Mary Tyler Moore look-alike tossing her hat to top the tree, Friday will bring the soft opening of Downtown Ice, San Jose’s outdoor ice rink at the Circle of Palms next to the Fairmont Hotel, The grand opening, featuring Olympic skating champ Kristi Yamaguchi, is scheduled for 5 p.m, Nov, 22..

The 32nd annual Family Fun Fest is designed to promote free healthy family fun, both competitive and cooperative, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Ingrid B. Lacy School, 1427 Palmetto Ave. Coordinated by the Pacifica Parks Beaches and Recreation Department, the event utilizes trained volunteers to assist. A variety of activities will include giant bubbles, hair spray painting, earth ball, decorate a car, and exciting games. This fundraising festival will benefit Pacifica’s local nonprofit organizations that participate over the two-day weekend. To-date, the Fog Fest Organizing Group, an all-volunteer board, has donated more than $700,000 back to these organizations.

No doubt, the inaugural Viva CalleSJ will have its bumps, But Paris seems to have survived its own ballet slippers queen elizabeth car-free Sunday on Sept, 27, and San Jose can certainly do the same, The festival includes more than 35 screenings of movies in a variety of genres, You can check out the schedule and get ticket information at, You’d think the big “Lion King” logo on the truck — matching all the banners around the theater — would have been a tipoff the trailer was in the right place..

The characters’ contrarian points of view surface in laugh-provoking scenes ranging from Nick’s attempts to define his marketing job to a game of Trivial Pursuit. The laughs blend with poignant moments also as the grandparents cling to their standards and beliefs. The cast includes Dick Augusta, Dante Charlton, Karen Duvall, Teresa Grosserode, Gary Mutz and Deborah Black. For tickets, visit or call 925-757-9500. General admission is $15, seniors $12, and youths, 17 and under, $10.