Euphrat Museum of Art: De Anza Student Art Show.Through June 13. Open to tour groups by appointment. De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino. 408-864-5464 or deanza.edu/euphrat. Foothill Is A Gem Fundraiser: Whimsical earrings and luxe mixed media necklaces will be showcased at this fundraiser, hosted by the Foothill Commission. Many of the pieces featured are from the collection of Foothill College President Judy C. Miner, Ed.D. Custom and vintage jewelry will be available for purchase. Proceeds benefit Foothill’s Stretch to Kindergarten Program for local children. May 31, 4-6 p.m. Campus Center Dining Room, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. foothill.edu.
Festival of Lights: The Santa Clara University choirs join with lighting designer Carolyn Foot in silver ballet slippers necklace pendant - costume jewelry, ballerina charm a program that both features and is about light, Dec, 4, 7:30 p.m, Mission Santa Clara de Asís, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, $5-$15, 408-554-4015, The Nutcracker: Western Ballet stages the holiday favorite, Dec, 4, 7 p.m.; Dec, 5, 1 p.m, and 7 pm, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, $25-$30, westernballet.org, Jane Austen’s Emma: TheatreWorks Silicon Valley presents a musical version of the classic Victorian novel, Dec, 2-Jan, 2, Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $19-$80, 650-327-1200, theatreworks.org..
Born in Los Angeles on March 10, 1960, Mrs. Story spent most of her childhood growing up in the Sunnyhills part of Milpitas and settled down with her high school sweetheart, Chad Story, to raise their beautiful daughter, Melissa. Although she spent the last 15 years working for Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, her love and passion in life revolved around her family. Prior to returning to work following the birth of her daughter Melissa, Mrs. Story was able to spend quality time bonding with her daughter, supporting her in many activities. Throughout her childhood, she was active in taking Melissa to her to play groups, gymnastics, dance, and karate lessons and volleyball practice.
Want to add more to your moviegoing experience?, Instead of going to the same theater you always do, or even some of Southern California’s best-known movie landmarks, you might like to try some place a little different, We’ve rounded up a selection of cinemas that stand out, whether it’s for their decor, history or some other reason, and are worth their ticket price, Lido Theater: Art deco is the rule here, inside and out, You may want to show up before the lights are dimmed, so you can soak in the murals of sea creatures swimming along the theater’s walls, The women’s restroom features a lush parlor area, thanks to Bette Davis, According to the venue’s silver ballet slippers necklace pendant - costume jewelry, ballerina charm lore, the star drove by the theater in 1938 as it was being built and told the owner that it “had better open with my picture,” referring to her upcoming film, that year’s “Jezebel.” It did, 3459 Via Lido, Newport Beach, 949-673-8350, https://regencymovies.com..
Aniston is experiencing her own shift. After going against type with a supporting part as a sexually aggressive dentist in 2011’s “Horrible Bosses,” she pushes further here with a lead role involving, among other things, an elaborate exotic dance in lingerie to get her fake family out of trouble. “I’m always fighting the ‘Is this like Rachel?’ hanging over my head,” Aniston said, citing her desire to go beyond girl-next-door roles. “I’m doing something like this movie to make things a little more interesting to myself but also to surprise people with elements of what I can do.” (She tries once more in September with a role in the harder-edged Elmore Leonard adaptation “Life of Crime,” which closes the Toronto International Film Festival.).
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