Beer and cake are wonderful separately. Combine the genres in this fantastic Guinness-laced cupcake recipe from Oakland and San Francisco’s Miette patisserie and you’ve got sheer genius. You’ll find the cupcake recipe here. (But seeing as you’re already headed for the kitchen, here are a few other St. Patrick’s Day-inspired recipes, just in case.). Related ArticlesAlbany Film Fest packed with SF Bay Area surprisesPianist Omar Sosa brings ‘Transparent Water’ with Seckou Keita to SF Bay AreaQuebe Sisters bring new take on Western swing to SF Bay Area7 epic SF Bay Area things to do over St. Patrick’s Day weekendWhy a musical about a Depression-era New York mayor still charmsYou don’t need to wait for spring break to go on one of these weekend getaways. The rain’s due to let up this weekend, which makes this the perfect time for a jaunt to Point Lobos. Miles of hiking trails wind along the bluffs, the tide pools are fantastic — and Carmel and all its bistro, boutique and wine-tasting glories are just 3 miles away.
Hillbarn Theatre, “A Little Night Music.” Through June 2, Book by Hugh Wheeler, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, based on Ingmar Bergman’s film, 8 p.m, Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 p.m, Sundays, Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E, Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City, $23-38, 650-349-6411 or hillbarntheatre.org, Pear Avenue Theatre, “Hanging Georgia.” May 24-June 9, A play with music about Georgia O’Keeffe; script by Sharmon J, Hilfinger; music by Joan ballet flats hurt top of foot McMillen, Directed by Jake Margolin, Featuring Paz Pardo as Georgia, Michael Storm as Stieglitz, and ensemble players Nick Allen, Michael Barrett Austin, Rogelio Landaverde, Claire Slattery, Juliet Strong and Maryssa Wanlass, Pear Avenue Theatre, 1220 Pear Ave., Mountain View, $10-$30 (discounts for seniors, students, and groups), 650-254-1148 or www.thepear.org..
Delwaide’s saucy ” …” opened the program’s second half, with a dancer snatching a silver champagne glass from Brandon Freeman’s hand. Obviously tipsy after an evening of imbibing under a glittering chandelier, the six characters in this witty farce bumbled, flirted and tried to make sense of their lowered inhibitions to the sound of a carnival-like soundtrack of compositions written for the glass harmonica, or crystallophone, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and others. As loose and woozy as a head full of bubbly, Delwaide’s piece was an intoxicating experience.
None of the dancers missed a beat, and they moved with a precision that not even New York City or San Francisco Ballet ballet flats hurt top of foot tend to muster, Ommi Pipit-Suksun, formerly of San Francisco Ballet, was liquid elegance, her torso supplely bending, her long limbs incising the air, Alexsandra Meijer made constant and quick work of Balanchine’s deviously difficult and insouciant steps, while Nathan Chaney was elegant and cool despite a great deal of complex partnering, With curatorial canniness, Carreno followed with Jorma Elo’s postmodern “Glow Stop” from 2006, which echoes “Serenade” by deconstructing it, Dressed in dark red, dancers in “Glow Stop” engaged in athletic, fractured movement to the fourth movement of Mozart’s Symphony No, 28 in C major and Philip Glass’s Tirol Concerto..
On the Lake County jail website, Almena’s home address was listed as Upper Lake and he listed his profession as “set designer/stage build.” Harris was booked into Los Angeles County jail and held on $1 million bail. He did not make a court appearance. If convicted on all 36 charges, Almena and Harris each face up to 39 years in prison, Drenick said. Almena and Harris are also defendants in civil lawsuits filed on behalf of the fire victims. DA O’Malley told reporters Almena and Harris “knowingly created a fire trap.”.
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