Meanwhile Farr is co-sponsoring a house resolution that recognizes the “significant financial investments” the US has made in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The draft document “respectfully requests” that the Congolese government resume processing and issuing exit permits and encourages continued dialogue and cooperation between the two countries to improve the inter-country adoption process. Such efforts are greatly appreciated by Easter, who acknowledges that the Congolese have a right to protect their children. “They may have correctly identified that the adoption system in Congo needs work and that is a good thing,” she said. “But what hasn’t happened is all of the parties haven’t come to the table to try and resolve this.”.
My three favorite individual dances were not necessarily the highest scoring, since one of them was the Viennese waltz by Tommy and Peta, Except for one moment at the end, Tommy was smooth with his steps in a very romantic way, Judge Julianne Hough called it “a proper Viennese waltz,” judge Bruno Tonioli called Tommy, “watchable,” and head judge Len Goodman, age 70, said to Tommy, age 76, “From one old geezer to another old geezer, you are my hero.”, My next fav was the jive by Sadie and Mark, It was fast, exciting, fun to watch ballet slippers pendant necklace and Sadie looked like she was having a ball, Julianne said, “What you lack in strength, you make up in performance,” but Bruno rose to Sadie’s defense when he said, “I have respect for even attempting such a difficult dance.”..
Neil McChesney, founder and Chief Executive Officer of the newly formed Charthouse Public Schools organization, presented a petition for the Contra Costa School for the Performing Arts charter to the County Board of Education on Wednesday. “This is an exciting and powerful educational opportunity we bring to our community,” said McChesney, who also helped open Clayton Valley Charter High, where he works as an administrator. “There is nothing that galvanizes student engagement like the performing arts.”.
“Bring Me an Avocado”: Set and shot in Oakland, Bay Area filmmaker Maria Mealla’s compelling first full-length feature takes an insightful approach ballet slippers pendant necklace to a grim story about how family and friends cope after a horrific shooting puts a mother (Sarah Burkhalter) in a coma, While its first 10 minutes are a bit rough, the rest of Mealla’s work, getting a world premiere at Cinequest, is confident and on the mark, Screenings: 7:15 p.m, March 8 at Hammer Theatre, 1:05 p.m, March 10 and 12:15 p.m, March 16 at Century 20; 10:45 a.m, March 17 at California Theatre..
Flashdash Photo Scavenger Hunt: 3:15-5:15 p.m. April 28, Bootup Ventures, 68 Willow Road, Menlo Park. This immersive game combines community landmarks, social media and plenty of fun as teams of up to four adults (21 and over) solve clues, photograph answers and post them to social media using the hashtag #flashdash18. Costumes are highly encouraged. Registration begins at 2 p.m. $30. www.thejuniorleague.org/tickets. Paso Robles Wine Festival: May 17-20, various locations. More than 70 wineries in Paso Robles Downtown City Park will showcase their wines during the Grand Tasting. Live music. $25-$145. pasowine.com/events/winefest/.