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Shakespeare’s dark look at corruption, a demonic puppet at a youth ministry and a wealth of great dancing top my Weekend Top 10 list for Sept. 21-24 (and beyond). 1 “Measure for Measure”: Is there any work by Shakespeare that hasn’t taken on new meaning and fresh relevance in the wake of November 2016? Certainly this one has. It’s all about justice, corruption, power, sex and phony morality, with a despotic leader imposing puritanical new rules (no sex, for one thing) while engaging in deviant practices himself. “Measure” is considered one of Shakespeare’s “problem plays,” in that its tone veers from tragedy to dark comedy — but even that aspect seems appropriate for today. In any event, California Shakespeare Theater is taking “the problem” head on.

But like all big-talker shows that bring their heavy cargo in for a bobux kids i-walk demi ballet (toddler) rough and breathlessly observed landing, “Breaking Bad” didn’t quite leave itself enough runway to satisfactorily end some of its better story lines, especially once the chronology gap closed up between the flash-forwards from last year’s episodes and Sunday night’s conclusion, One could easily argue that there was just too much left to do in this one episode, We never got a full picture of what Skyler, Walter Jr, (RJ Mitte) and little Holly White’s lives were like during all that time Walt was hiding in New Hampshire..

“Choreographers and music directors usually don’t like each other a whole lot,” she says, laughing, “because choreographers want you to put all your energy in the dance. And music directors want you to put all your energy in the music. You have to find the balance, somewhere, somehow. With this show, there’s so much song and so much dance, it’s a feast for the eye and the ear. The music is iconic. And people know these songs. They come in with expectations. They love the movie, they love the story. So there’s added pressure to make sure you give them what they want.”.

Kramer bobux kids i-walk demi ballet (toddler) led off UCLA’s floor rotation for the past four meets with her frenetic routine in which she plays a character loosely resembling DC Comics’ Harley Quinn breaking out of prison, The routine is creepy and twisted set to a thumping techno soundtrack with sounds of shattering glass and tinkling bells, It appears to be a far cry from the bubbly, blonde-haired junior sitting in Yates Gym after a recent practice, “Being a whole other character, it’s almost empowering to be able to make that switch,” Kramer said..

Deeper into Meditation with Dr. Zaslove: 1 p.m. July 24. Adults can learn techniques of meditation, and useful directions for deepening and stabilizing meditation practices. Presented by board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Marshall Zaslove. Concord Mystery Book Club: 2:30 p.m. the second Sunday of the month, and mystery lovers are invited to join the group. What You Need to Know about Immigration Law: 6-8 p.m. July 10. Residents can meet with an immigration attorney at not charge. The event is sponsored by the Contra Costa County Bar Association.


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