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DescriptionHandcrafted with a silk/rayon thread, these bohemian flats have a classic almond-toe silhouette and come in our signature pyramid pattern. We like them with cropped denim.Size & FitFits true to size. AU/US sizing.On first try they should feel close fitting around the toe and firm on the back.The shoes will give in the toe area after 1-2 wears. Size up if you are a half size.Each pair of crochet shoes are handmade,and as such colour and sizing may vary.Colour way: Navy Blue, Turquoise, PinkUpper: Silk/Rayon Insole: LeatherOutsole: RubberEach pair of our hand crocheted shoes is made by a group of female artisans in a small community in India, supporting the local women and fair trade conditions. Not only will you receive beautiful handmade shoes, you will also come away knowing you’ve helped the locals.

Details: Ten performances tonight through Nov. 4; $17.50-$50 (some proceeds benefit St. Baldrick’s Foundation, and a 11:30 p.m. show Oct. 28 is free to those bringing a donation for Napa/Sonoma wildfire victims); 4 “Dracula”: Berkeley’s Inferno Theatre presents a new stage adaptation of the Bram Stoker novel by artistic director Giulio Cesare Perrone, with live music and dance fueling the showdown between the power-hungry vampire and determined townsfolk. Details: Oct. 26-Nov. 18, with a special production on Oct. 31 that’s followed by a Halloween party; Brooklyn Preserve, Oakland; $20-$25;

5 “The Eva Trilogy”: San Francisco’s Magic Theatre presents the world premiere of Barbara Hammond’s sweeping three-part drama about a woman who returns to her Irish home to care for ombak crochet ballet flat shoe her ailing mother and makes a decision that has a profound impact on her life and those around her, All three segments — “Eden,” “Enter the Roar” and “No Coast Road” — are presented in this three-hour, two-intermission performance, Details: In previews Oct, 25-26, main run is Oct, 27-Nov, 12; Magic Theatre at Fort Mason Complex, San Francisco; $40-$60 previews, $60-$80 main run;

6 Daniel Pearl World Music Day: Fifteen years after Wall Street Journal reporter and Stanford alumnus Daniel Pearl was kidnapped and murdered by terrorists in Pakistan, this annual day of music in his honor goes on. Stanford’s Memorial Church hosts this year’s event on Oct. 26, featuring a performance of Stanford composer Jonathan Berger’s “Death by Drowning,” and “Duo for violin and cello,” a 1925 work by Czech composer Erwin Schulhoff, who died in a Nazi concentration camp in 1941.

Details: 7:30 p.m.; free;, 7 Dorrance Dance: The New York troupe that meshes traditional tap with contemporary dance, music and theatricality, comes to Berkeley to perform a Cal Performances-commissioned work, “Myelination,” set to original live music, ombak crochet ballet flat shoe and two other pieces, Details: 8 p.m, Oct, 27; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $30-$86;, 8 Creatures of Impulse: The improv group made up of young performers has been entertaining folks in the Tri-Valley for years, And of course they have a Halloween show, in which audience suggestions lead to on-the-spot creations of campfire ghost stories..

Details: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26-27, 2 and 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28; Firehouse Arts Center, Pleasanton; $5-$10; 925-931-4848; 9 Mariza: The global fado star, who has performed in some of the biggest concert halls on the planet, comes to SFJazz in San Francisco for a short residency in the intimate Joe Henderson Lab. It’s a bit pricey, and tickets are going fast, but a chance to witness an amazing singer up close. Details: Eight concerts Oct. 26-29 (Oct. 28 early show is sold out); $150-$250;

Click here if you’re having trouble viewing the video on your mobile device, OAKLAND — Carina Ho and her family were returning to the Bay Area from a road trip to Hearst Castle when a semi-trailer barreled into the rear of their car, “I looked around to check on my family and instinctively knew my mother wasn’t going to make it,” recalled Ho, a 30-year-old Oakland resident, who was driving.  “Then I looked down and realized I couldn’t move my legs, It was ombak crochet ballet flat shoe very scary.”, Her mother was killed in the August 2014 crash, Her step-father suffered a traumatic brain injury, Ho was left paralyzed from the chest down..

Dancing — or anything active for that matter— was the last thing Ho thought she would ever do again. But a friend suggested that she check out AXIS Dance Company. The Oakland nonprofit pairs able-bodied dancers and dancers with physical disabilities together in performances of contemporary works. Ho joined AXIS as an apprentice in 2016 and became a full-fledged company member this year. She will perform at the company’s 30th anniversary season “Onward and Upward”  at Oakland’s Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 26-29.

“It’s been a real life-changer in the darkest hours of my life that I was able to find this company,” Ho said, “It gave me the opportunity to re-train my body and rediscover the body I’m in.”, Ho had been studying ballet since childhood, She’d branched out into contemporary, West African and belly dancing, all physically demanding forms, It took her awhile to warm to the idea of people ombak crochet ballet flat shoe on stage in wheelchairs as a form of dance, After her visit to AXIS, she almost didn’t come back..

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