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“If anybody would like to sit on the floor in front of the pews, that is fine,” Rabbi Mary Zamore said. “As you know, Mike Weiner was known for informality. We will respect that by just all squishing together.”. Weiner died Thursday at age 51, less than four years after taking over as union head from Fehr. He was eulogized by his wife, Diane Margolin, as people sniffled and cried. Some wore Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star sneakers in his honor. “I’ve been thinking about how to address you on this occasion since August of ’12 when an aggressive cancerous tumor invaded Mike’s brain,” she said. “I imagined this day would be far, far off, but I knew it was coming.”.

Bill Graham Menorah Lighting: Through Dec, 15, Union Square, Ceremony times vary each night, Snacks and warm drinks will be offered at each lighting ceremony with activities for kids, www.chabadsf.org, Boat Parade: ballet drawstring bag | ballet bag | personalized ballet bag | girls dance bags | ballet gifts | personalized dance bag | pointe 6 p.m, Dec, 14, More than 60 boats decorated with lights and holiday decorations will parade along the waterfront starting at Pier 39 and travel to Marina Green before returning to Pier 39, www.visitfishermanswharf.com, Santa Concert with the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus: 5 p.m., 7 p.m, and 9 p.m, Dec, 24, Castro Theatre, 429 Castro St, Features seasonal carols, singalongs and comic routines, $15-$75, www.sfgmc.org..

Check out an array of food booths at the festival. There is, of course, an impressive offering of soul and Cajun cuisine, from jambalaya and gumbo to crawfish etouffee, crab cakes and various styles of hush puppies. There will also b, Ethiopian cuisine, fried chicken, chicken tikka masala, Hawaiian barbecue, tri-tip and sausage sandwiches, smoked turkey legs, jerk chicken and, of course, funnel cakes. Public transit: This is your best option. Take BART to the 12th Street/Oakland City Center Station and you are practically there. You can also take AC Transit to the 14th Street and Broadway stop. Visit www.511.org for more information.

‘NUTCRACKER’ SURPRISE: After a year’s hiatus, Symphony Silicon Valley’s educational outreach program, ArtSPARK, is returning for a special performance next week, About 2,500 fifth grade children and their teachers from 25 schools will be treated to “The Nutcracker,” performed by the ballet drawstring bag | ballet bag | personalized ballet bag | girls dance bags | ballet gifts | personalized dance bag | pointe symphony orchestra and Ballet Stars of Moscow Company at the Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, A stocking-full of donors, including Diane and Lee Brandenburg, Yahoo Employees Foundation, the Kirven-Morse Family Fund, the Leeson Foundation and the city of San Jose made the free performance possible, The kids are getting a special preview, too, as the regular performances of the show don’t begin until Dec, 16 and run through Dec, 24..

Hubbard wrote to DVHS staff that the “motivational and keynote speakers gave heartfelt testimonies. You could hear from the crowd’s applause … they were moved. Witty and humorous stories triggered sounds of laughter gesturing the realities of perseverance.”. E. Dawson-Bey, parent of two honored students with GPAs of 3.5 and 4.1, told Hubbard she was “appreciative of the school (giving students) a place of commemoration that is safe and filled with people who want to see them succeed. The organizers are changing the face of the future with the numbers of honorees.