The San Francisco financier died Dec. 18, 2011, at age 77, after a hard-fought battle against leukemia. But the party he began hosting in 2001 — the free Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in Golden Gate Park — lives on. Organizers announced on the event’s website — www.hardlystrictlybluegrass.com — that it will go on as scheduled Oct. 5-7 and continue to be booked and operated by the staff at the San Francisco nightspots Slim’s and the Great American Music Hall.
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College Admissions Seminar: FLEX College Prep hosts a seminar aimed at demystifying the college admissions process for high school students, with a focus on UC campuses and private universities. March 21, 2 p.m. Saratoga Prospect Center, Friendship Hall, 19848 Prospect Road, Saratoga. Free. Space is limited and registration is required to flexcollegeprep.com. Ikebana International Show: Saratoga artists Linda Mau and Trudi Burney will sell their pottery at the show, which features more than 100 Ikebana arrangements, demonstrations and the sale of vessels created by juried artists from the Orchard Valley Ceramic Arts Guild. March 21-22, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. San Francisco County Fair Building, Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way, Golden Gate Park. ikebana.org.
“The company that we were previously associated with decided to move in a different direction, and this change did not handmade girls birthday card - ballet teddy bear - beautiful dancer - dance - ballet shoes - bunny slippers - love - sing - live work with our mission statement and the ability to keep the high standards for which STARS is known,” said Stars 2000 director Diane Kamrin, who’s also one of the company’s founders, “STARS is an audition-based company giving us the opportunity to cast relying on the talent of our actors,” she said, “Just as the production staff was considering ‘retirement,’ our kids urges us to continue STARS on our own, This has been both a challenging and exciting time for us, We are thrilled to be moving forward with these incredibly talented actors.”..
6. Pork Belly Burger, Big Chef Tom’s Belly Burgers. There are serious burgers being grilled at Outside Lands and we certainly didn’t try them all. But, for us, when in Golden Gate Park … do as the foodies do and eat pork belly burgers. Chef Tom Pizzica’s are things of beauty. Simple. Full of flavor. And best of all, served hot and juicy. We got the all-American, with rosemary aioli and a slice each of sharp cheddar and Granny Smith apple. If you recognize Tom and his pop-up eatery in Polo Field South, it’s because you saw him on “The Next Food Network Star” Season 6 on the Food Network, and later on his own show called “Outrageous Food,” which aired for two seasons.