girl's charm necklaces: fairy, mermaid, ballet, dinosaurs (children's collection)

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girl's charm necklaces: fairy, mermaid, ballet, dinosaurs (children's collection)

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girl's charm necklaces: fairy, mermaid, ballet, dinosaurs (children's collection)

Valley Art Gallery’s ‘New Brew’ starts March 21. Valley Art Gallery’s artists will come together for an exhibit of abstracts, watercolors, landscapes, monotypes, florals, oils and figurative, plus photography and fine crafts, called “A New Brew,” to run March 21-May 2 at the gallery, 1661 Botelho Drive, Suite 110, Walnut Creek. An opening reception will be held Saturday, March 21, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the gallery. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 925-935-4311 or go to http://valleyartgallery.org/.

New Conservatory Theatre: “For the Love of Comrades,” Michael Kerrigan’s play about lesbian and gay activists supporting Welsh miners in Thatcher’s United Kingdom (the incident that inspired girl's charm necklaces: fairy, mermaid, ballet, dinosaurs (children's collection) the film “Pride”), Sept, 4-Oct, 11; “The Kid Thing,” Sarah Gubbins’ comedy about two lesbian couples contemplating having children, Nov, 6-Dec, 13; $15-$40; www.nctcsf.org, “Once”: Tony-winning musical by John Carney, Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, Oct, 27-Nov, 1; Orpheum Theatre; $45-$210; 888-746-1799, www.shnsf.com..

Tickets are $17 for adults, $14 for seniors, and youth are free. They are available at the Lesher Center ticket office, by calling 925-943-7469, or at www.lesherartscenter.org. More more information, go to www.ccwindsymphony.org. Author book discussion at Orinda Books May 15. There will be a book discussion on Michael Cooper’s “The Rabbi’s Knight” from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. May 15, at Orinda Books, 276 Village Square, in Orinda. The story, set in the twilight of the Crusades, revolves around a Knight Templar possessing an ancient scroll with a cryptic inscription, the key to unlocking the secrets of Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.

There are some missteps, It’s confusing that other actors (Reggie D, White and Amy Lizardo) sometimes play Sarah and Will while Abigail and Shaun concentrate on the white-hot vocals, While the ensemble shifts through numerous roles with ingenious efficiency, there is no point in pulling our attention away from the girl's charm necklaces: fairy, mermaid, ballet, dinosaurs (children's collection) stars of this show, whose personal chemistry is key to the intensity, The secondary actors feel tacked on to an otherwise intimate tale, It’s also hard to figure out exactly when the story is set, References are made to the 1940s, and there’s a gramophone at the ready, but little else about that time period seems to inform the story, Finally, the ending, while explosive, feels a little rushed..

“Young and the Restless”: Devon told Lily to stop blaming Hilary. Lily told Devon and Cane that she will never forgive them and asked Cane to move out. Jack was found and rushed to the hospital. Phyllis ripped into Kelly who told her she had sex with Jack on Valentine’s Day. Kelly heard Jack lie to Phyllis about them having sex. Jack and Phyllis reunited. Nick said it didn’t look good for Victor, but he then showed up at home after Nikki stunned everyone by having a drink. Victoria ripped into Nikki for drinking. Victor and Jack were forced to share a hospital room. Adam, as Gabriel, confessed to Chelsea that he’s only staying with Sage for the inheritance. When a man was pulled from the river alive, everyone thought it was Austin, but it was Kyle. Noah thought Kyle might be the man he saw watching them in the cabin. Billy asked Adam how he got shot. He said it was an old girlfriend.