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A Doo Wop Holiday Celebration: Featuring Hit Parade Hall of Famer Johnny Tillotson, pop band the Vibrations, A Tribute to The Platters, and more; 2 p.m. Dec. 2; Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $16-$65; www.mylvpac.com. Triple Ho Show: Featuring Pitbull, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Enrique Iglesias, Zendaya and more; 7:30 p.m. Dec. 3; SAP Center; $37.50-$138, www.997now.com. Glide Memorial Church: A 50th anniversary celebration featuring Maya Angelou, Valerie Simpson, Judith Hill and more; 7 p.m. Dec. 4; War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco; $65-$250; www.glide.org.

The parks are one of the reasons why Scott Morgan chose to live in Alameda, His house is just two blocks from Lincoln Park, and he comes twice a week with his 2-year-old daughter, Julia, who, during nice weather, spends nearly every day at the park with her mom or a sitter, “This park has provided hours of entertainment for our family,” he said as Julia tugged on the leg of his pants for a little more attention, “We think the parks are fabulous.”, And Alameda residents aren’t the only ones who enjoy the outdoors and play equipment in the city’s parks, People from Oakland, San Leandro and Emeryville drive into Alameda to play because the parks are so clean, accessible ballet patent art - ballet shoe - ballet slipper - ballet art - ballet posters dance poster - dance art - dance wall art - canva and safe..

But galas are seldom designed to knock off anyone’s socks or throw down the artistic gauntlet. They’re parties serving a smorgasbord of tidbits, where fans, supporters and subscribers get a taste of the upcoming season, presented as entertainment and chosen to suit a celebration. The nearly three-hour show Thursday evening offered 12 ballet excerpts and one musical interlude. The dances ranged from “Coppèlia’s Waltz of the Hours,” with a chorus of charming students from the San Francisco Ballet School, to the irresistible trio of overlapping solos for three men entitled “Solo” by Hans van Manen, longtime choreographer and Netherlands Dance Theater veteran.

This performance of “Giselle,” score by Adolphe Adam, was based on the original (1841) version choreographed by Jules Perrot and Jean Coralli, It was modified to fit a children’s cast with Baratova creating the small children’s choreography, “The Adventures of Alice,” was a whimsical take on the well-known story with all original choreography by Baratova, The score was composed by Karen Khatchaturian, “Giselle,” set in the Rhineland of the Middle Ages during the grape harvest, is the story of a peasant girl who falls for a peasant boy — except as she will later learn, the peasant is actually a nobleman, Count Albrecht, Giselle’s mother, Berthe, has already made a match for her daughter to the gamekeeper Hilarion, Hilarion discovers the nobleman’s true identity and he resolves to make this information known, Meanwhile, Giselle is nearly mad with ballet patent art - ballet shoe - ballet slipper - ballet art - ballet posters dance poster - dance art - dance wall art - canva love, dancing with such an abandon that her mother and the other villagers worry whether such a delicate young girl can survive such a passion..

This event is free and open to the public. Brentwood Writes is an adjunct of the Brentwood Art Society and the Brentwood Community Library. Kati Short, poet laureate, is the host. The Gallery on Second is directly across from the city hall fountain. For more information, contact shortkati@yahoo.com or call 925-634-6655. The ‘Nutcracker’ opens Nov. 23 in Antioch. ANTIOCH — The Pied Piper Player’s present the “The Nutcracker” at the Virginia J. Calisesi Studio Theatre, 512 W. Second St., Antioch.