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Museum of American Heritage: “Thomas Edison and His Rivals — Bringing Electricity to America.” Through Feb. 18. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Fridays-Sundays. Museum of American Heritage, 351 Homer Ave., Palo Alto. www.moah.org or 650-321-1004. Museum of American Heritage: LEGO® User Group’s and Bay Area LEGO® Train Club’s Holiday LEGO® Show Pop-Up Exhibit. Dec. 8 through Jan. 14. 11 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays. $3. Museum of American Heritage, 351 Homer Ave., Palo Alto. 650-321-1004 or http://www.moah.org.

“The Snow Queen” at San Jose Repertory Theatre, 101 Paseo de San Antonio, San Jose, The Rep’s world premiere is a musical adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen coming-of-age adventure, However, with an original pop rock score and urban steam punk flair, this isn’t your average bedtime story, Times vary, Through Dec, 22, $28-$47, www.sjrep.com, “Coney Island Christmas,” City Lights Theater Company, 529 S, Second St., San Jose, Nostalgia, music and merriment suffuse this heartwarming story ballet rustic wood string art sign / studio door hanger / baby girl nursery string art / personalized ballerina sign about a Jewish woman from Brooklyn recalling the time in her Depression-era youth when she was cast as Jesus in her school’s holiday pageant, Times vary, Through Dec, 22, $17 to $32, No ticket surcharge at www.cltc.org; $2 surcharge at door, $1 surcharge by phone at 408.295.4200..

Director Jacquelyn Villena Whitaker has tapped the talents of a cast of 20, who sing, dance, and act to the delight of audience members. It was good to see 11 newcomers to the local stage who joined regulars Adam Claybough (as the dynamic corporate exec) and nine other veteran thespians. The lead role of Finch, who took us with him as he advanced up the corporate ladder at the World Wide Wicket Company is in the very capable hands of Gary Craig Schoenfeld, a newbie to the local scene. Whoever did the casting found the right person for this role. He was a delight to watch.

Tony Foster Art Exhibit: 6:30 p.m, Jan, 22, 940 Commercial St., Palo Alto, See Foster’s wilderness landscape watercolors and listen to a presentation on the art and science of wildlife tracking by Meghan Walla-Murphy, Free, National Geographic Live! “Bob Poole — Nature Roars Back”: 7:30 p.m, Jan, 23, Hammer Theatre Center, 101 Paseo De San Antonio, San Jose, Join the acclaimed filmmaker for images and stories of Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park’s animals and scenery—and learn how the ballet rustic wood string art sign / studio door hanger / baby girl nursery string art / personalized ballerina sign wild places we’ve broken can be put back together, $35-$45, www.hammertheatre.com..

The blaze erupted during a dance party late Friday night. An official says several of the people who died in an Oakland warehouse fire texted goodbye messages to their families. Alameda County sheriff’s spokesman Sgt. Ray Kelly told reporters Monday some of the victims texted relatives, “I’m going to die,” and “I love you.”. Kelly says rescue crews have found bodies of people “protecting each other, holding each other.”. Hundreds of people holding candles honored those who died in the fire at a vigil Monday night in Oakland’s Lake Merritt.


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