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Students at the vigil sold $5 pink memorial bracelets with the words “L&M 11-1-15 Forever in Our Hearts” written on them. Proceeds from the bracelet sales will go to the three families affected by the tragic crash. The 16-year-old driver, who indicated to police that she may have fallen asleep before the crash on Franklin Canyon Road in Martinez just before 3 a.m. Sunday, was hospitalized for major injuries at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek. The three high schoolers were in a car traveling east on Franklin Canyon Road when the vehicle struck a tree west of McHarry Ranch Road. A small shrine of a crucifix and flowers was at the scene of the crash Monday.

The annual fundraiser takes place from 6:30 to 10 p.m, April 2, Mayor Libby Schaaf is the honorary chair with ABC7 news anchor Cheryl Jennings as the evening’s host, The five-story 1929-era French château, located at 525 Bellevue Ave, in Oakland, affords beautiful views of Lake Merritt as well as a glimpse into the stylish grace of an earlier period in Oakland’s ballet shoes art - ballet slippers tutu 16x20 children ballet art 8x10 photo purple nursery decor 11x14 print 5x7 girl room deco history, “The Bellevue Club also provides a wonderfully intimate way for guests to preview our new season,” says event co-chair Roz Perazzo, “People attending will be seated right next to the dancers as they perform giving them a very special experience.”..

So much about 2017 was forgettable. So let’s turn our attention to the new year and the bounty of arts and entertainment it promises. Here are a few of our critics’ and writers’ favorite things on the 2018 landscape. Comic book fans, prepare to geek out uncontrollably. The 2018 film calendar is stuffed with promising superhero offerings, but it’s not only the good guys and women getting in on the action. Even a couple anti-heroes are kicking it up on the big screen. Of the bunch, the one I’m most psyched about East Bay director Ryan Coogler’s “Black Panther,” which finds King T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) suiting up in the titular role to save the world. With an exceptional cast (Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Daniel Kaluuya, Forest Whitaker and Andy Serkis) and a proven filmmaker, this could well be one of Marvel’s finest. It opens, appropriately, during Black History Month, on Feb. 16.

As he watched the morning parade pass, Jeff Ronner of Oakland said he tries to make it to the Stroll ballet shoes art - ballet slippers tutu 16x20 children ballet art 8x10 photo purple nursery decor 11x14 print 5x7 girl room deco every year to support the “small town effort.”, “It’s a social and political tradition that’s still alive here and it’s always refreshing to see,” Ronner said, “People don’t talk to each other anymore, so it’s great to see this kind of community involvement.”, Albany resident Michael Sukhov took the opportunity to enjoy the sunshine and get to know neighbors he’d never met..

And let me be clear about what I consider a leader. I’m not talking just about Hispanics dedicated solely to bettering the lives of Hispanics. I do run across a fair number of those, and their work is extremely important and necessary, but overall they are rare. I’d say that 95 percent of the time I speak to a Hispanic lawyer, doctor, scientist, teacher, firefighter, banker, researcher, executive director, CEO or president, volunteer, ballet dancer, entrepreneur or other person who is working toward an audacious goal, that goal is rarely specific to any particular race, ethnicity, gender or religion.