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“There’s a kind of amazing thing when you have heavyweights all on stage together,” Perloff says. “It really raises their game. So for me to sit and watch it, it’s like a good athletic match. And sometimes we fall right on the ropes. That’s part of the fun.”. Contact Sam Hurwitt at shurwitt@gmail.com, and follow him at Twitter.com/shurwitt. By Harold Pinter, presented by American Conservatory Theater. Through: Feb. 4. Where: Geary Theater, 415 Geary St., San Francisco. Tickets: $15-$110; 415-749-2228, www.act-sf.org.

Whether they were carrying signs or just beaming with joy, the crowd streaming onto the platform at Diridon Station on Monday was in a radiant mood, That’s unusual for a Monday morning, but this was Dr, Martin Luther King Jr, Day and they were boarding Caltrain’s NorcalMLK Celebration Train — headed for community festivities in San Francisco, Al and Linda Turner of San Jose daisy shoe clips, polka daot shoe clips, black and white flower shoe clips, wedding shoe clips for high heel, sandles and ballet have enjoyed making the 54-mile journey for several years, and while they were in great spirits, Al Turner says there’s a serious message about the legacy of the slain civil rights leader that’s behind the celebrations, too, “We have to remember where we came from and where we are going,” said Turner, who says he’s getting close to retirement after a 30-year career with the U.S, Postal Service, “You have to remember the people who built the foundation.”..

Approximately 1,200 people reserved tickets online for the special free train, Caltrain spokeswoman Tasha Bartholomew said, and that’s up significantly from last year, when 950 people made the trip. That’s a good thing, since the Celebration Train replaced the original Freedom Train, sponsored by the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Association of Santa Clara Valley, which ended its decades-long run in 2015 after several years of declining attendance. The Celebration Train — sponsored by the Northern California Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Foundation — departed Diridon Station at 9:45 a.m., with stops in Palo Alto and San Mateo. Along the way, riders were entertained by a choir that boarded in Palo Alto and were challenged to take part in a Black History quiz that focused on Dr. King and his legacy. “Everyone is in really good spirits,” Bartholomew said. “And we want to make sure people are having fun.”.

HONORING MLK’S LEGACY: There were multiple community service events taking place around the South Bay and Peninsula on Monday to honor King, and a variety of artists shared their talents with the community at STAND!, the Multicultural Artists Leadership Institute’s event at the Mexican Heritage Plaza in San Jose, But the daisy shoe clips, polka daot shoe clips, black and white flower shoe clips, wedding shoe clips for high heel, sandles and ballet South Bay’s big celebration was the 38th annual luncheon held by the African-American Community Services Agency at the Holiday Inn San Jose on North First Street, The lunch drew a crowd of more than 450 people and featured a keynote speech by Emmett Carson, CEO of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation..

The event was also a showcase of artistry, with a spoken word opening from “Black Boy Poems” author Tyson Amir, a moving performance of the “Negro National Hymn” by Victoria McDowell and an energetic drum, voice and dance performance by Akoma Arts. Retired AT&T executive and Santa Clara County Board of Education member Leon Beauchman received the Iola M. Williams Lifetime Achievement Award, and other awards were presented to Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Sharon Chatman; Somos Mayfair Executive Director Camille Llanes-Fontanilla; Shelene Huey-Booke and Theophilus “Kent” Booker of Youth Utilizing Power and Praise Organization; Keith Hames and Akoma Arts; and Truevine Baptist Church Pastor Louis Jones, Jr.

Marcus Washington, co-anchor of NBC Bay Area’s morning show, “Today in the Bay,” served as emcee and said the event held significance for him as a native of Memphis, the city where Dr, King was assassinated in 1968, “The reason it’s so important for me to be part of an event like this is that the fight that Dr, King led is still going on today, People are still daisy shoe clips, polka daot shoe clips, black and white flower shoe clips, wedding shoe clips for high heel, sandles and ballet fighting for the right to just basically have a nice life,” he said, “From everything we see on the news, It’s a fight that’s not over.”..

SAN JOSE — By Sunday morning, after partying all weekend in heavy, head-to-toe animal costumes, many FurCon attendees outside the convention center downtown had scaled down to just their tails or paws. As much as dressing up like a plush, cartoon version of a wolf, fox or ferret has become an identity, or an alter ego, even “Furries” need a break. “The struggle is real, man,” said Jordan Leach, 24, who swung around his thick blue, black and white tail as he slid into a booth at The Flames restaurant Sunday morning for “Bottomless Mimosas.” If he were wearing his outsize fox-coyote hybrid head, he wouldn’t be able to eat anything bigger than a cracker and would need an extra long straw for a drink. Still, he said, “even when I’m not in full fur suit, I’ll always have my tail on.”.

After a weekend of parades, poker and dodge ball tournaments, the 20th annual FurCon in San Jose that has attracted some 3,500 Furries is wrapping daisy shoe clips, polka daot shoe clips, black and white flower shoe clips, wedding shoe clips for high heel, sandles and ballet up after its “Dead Dog Dance” Monday night, While outsiders might still find the idea of adults assuming an animal persona a bit bewildering, the Furries say they’re not that much different than other costumed subcultures, like Trekkies dressing up like Klingons and Cosplay fans dressing up like Game of Thrones characters, Some are even cross-promoting, like a group of Klingons did at the Marriott Hotel on Saturday night, Like other sponsors, the Klingons handed out free drinks from their room on the 4th floor, the “party floor” at the hotel, which installed wall-to-wall clear plastic tarps spanning every room and hallway..

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