When Scott got to San Jose State, at age 17, she’d “been a band geek in high school,” and “of course” thought music would he her major. But, “my little 17-year-old brain” couldn’t imagine her playing in a symphony all her life. She liked to write, so was an English major for two weeks. Then one day, “Random happenstance, stroke of luck, I was walking through the PE building, and I heard music. I walked up and stood in the doorway. It was a dance class. A room full of people doing the most amazing things. I was literally struck by a lightning bolt. ‘Oh, my God, I have to do this. I changed my major that day.”.
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“The county can’t occupy some of their own space downtown because they can’t afford to fix them,” said Scott Ellis, senior vice president of Transwestern real estate brokerage. “There is the downtown, and there is up along Highway 4. The downtown is like a different market. Martinez has the oldest group of buildings in Contra Costa.”. Martinez Main Street director Leanne Peterson said, “Every situation is different. Overall the retrofit will have a positive effect.”.
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The play, based on the Alberto Casella play and subsequent 1934 film, runs Nov. 6-28 at Tabard Theatre Company, 29 N. San Pedro St. The score of this musical incorporates jazz, the shimmy and other Roaring ’20s styles. Tickets are available at tabardtheatre.org, or by calling 408-679-2330. The studio, at 1068 The Alameda in San Jose, will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. A wide range of paintings, ceramics, pastels, jewelry, prints, stained glass, sculpture and more will be on display.