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Magnolia’s journey — through marriage, motherhood, demoralizing poverty (in Chicago), her husband’s desertion and her resolute fashioning of a career in cabarets and theater, with a young daughter in tow — is the show’s through-line. A subplot follows Julie La Verne (soprano Patricia Racette), Magnolia’s best friend, whose secret is that she is of mixed race and “passing” for white. When this is revealed — by her singing “Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man,” a jazz tune that only black folks are supposed to know — Julie and husband Steve, who is white, must leave the troupe, because they are in violation of miscegenation laws.

Other readers had a different view, Donna Mollenhauer said, “If you think you were bombarded by solicitations for donations, you haven’t seen anything yet, Because once you do donate, you will get mail on a regular basis.”, Tony Lima said he grew tired of what he termed KQED’s “self-important days end, exhausted ballerina, young dancer painting. ballet artwork, not print, original art by alex jabore pretentiousness” and switched to listening to KPCC out of Pasadena via its Internet stream, Judith Clark said she made a contribution to KQED in June and, lo and behold, within less than two months, she got another pitch for dough..

Opera is “all about human emotion,” Brown says. “It’s about how someone is being touched by whatever is happening on that stage. It’s the grief of losing a parent or losing a love. Or the happiness and joy of finding that love and experiencing something new. Or that hatred that comes from being duped. Or the jealousy. It’s the emotions you feel. And opera brings all that.”. During her “Sistah” program, Brown talks about the elements of opera. “I take the time to bring out what’s happening in the opera surrounding the aria. I give you a little backstory. And then I tell you what’s happening at that moment of the aria. And then I sing that aria.”.

De Anza Chamber Orchestra: The community orchestra presents its fall concert, featuring Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto, with Kayla Butler, violin, Mendelssohn’s Symphony No, 4, Italian and selected movements from Bach’s Orchestral Suites, Dec, 9, 7:30-9:30 p.m, $10 general and $7 student/senior, De Anza Visual and Performing Arts Center, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, http://daco.bigw.org, Cupertino Library Programs: The Cupertino Library Adult Book Discussion Group features Farahad Zama’s The Marriage Bureau days end, exhausted ballerina, young dancer painting. ballet artwork, not print, original art by alex jabore for Rich People, Dec, 15, 7 p.m, 10800 Torre Ave., Cupertino, 408.446.1677 or www.cuper tinolibrary.org..

Miner Kapelke described Annika as a “lovely, calm presence. “She was imaginative, light, loved nature and was a peacemaker among friends,” said Miner Kapelke. “Rachel was a senior scientist at Roche (Molecular Systems) in Pleasanton who had several patents pending. She was also a dancer and singer with a beautiful open spirit — and a dedicated volunteer at the school.”. She added that mother and daughter had performed in Alameda Ballet Academy’s production of “The Nutcracker” together, and Annika and Dahlia took part in Alameda Children’s Musical Theatre’s production of “The Jungle Book” in the spring of last year.