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“Once we open the facility (BTC Hall), we will continue to raise funds for the ultimate goal of building the Brentwood Playhouse, a performing arts space to host our multigenerational, multiethnic company and others that are hurting for an affordable performance space,” Gaughan said. “Rentals to other theater companies will help offset the cost of utilities and solidify and enhance our reputation in the performing arts community.”. Visit Kickstarter at:

“Bachelor in Paradise” (8 p.m., ABC): The fun begins when a cast-off contestant from Rachel’s season of “The Bachelorette” washes up with a date card burning a hole in his pocket, Except for one hot and heavy couple, many of the girls are excited to see him, making the some of the guys jealous, Later, one frustrated female, who doesn’t know where she stands with her man, makes ballet flats 7.5 size it clear she would love to go on a date with the newcomer, “CNN Town Hall With Paul Ryan” (9 p.m., CNN): This could get feisty, House Speaker Paul Ryan will take questions from constituents living in his southeast Wisconsin congressional district, Anchor Jake Tapper will moderate the live event from Racine, Wisconsin, as Ryan prepares to return to Capitol Hill to address looming deadlines on the 2018 federal budget and the need to address the debt ceiling..

He then went on to talk about his own prom, saying he was voted prom king but the prom queen didn’t want to dance with him. And, judging by the choice words he then hurled in said queen’s direction, it appears that Khalid still isn’t over his prom night. But, you know, some high school memories just never fade. — Jim Harrington (@jimthecritic) May 6, 2018. He’d also chat with the crowd about movies, talk a little more about high school, which was a topic that connected with most of the young crowd members. He then brought up Roxy, his canine companion who passed a little over a month ago. But he didn’t want to get too down about the loss of Roxy.

Author Laini Taylor, Books Inc, and the Alameda Free Library welcome National Book Award Finalist and bestselling author Laini Taylor sharing “Dreams of Gods & Monsters,” the thrilling conclusion to the Daughter of Smoke & Bone trilogy, 6 p.m, April 15, Alameda Library Main Branch, 1550 Oak St., Alameda, Free, 510-747-7777,, Author Gabrielle Zevin, Author Gabrielle Zevin shares her latest novel, “The Storied Life of A, J, Fikry,” an irresistible affirmation of why we read, and why we love — and which takes place in ballet flats 7.5 size a bookstore on an island, 7 p.m, April 16, Books Inc., 1344 Park St., Alameda, Free, 510-522-2226,

What would a ballet be without the orchestra to accommodate the performance, or a pool party without tunes blaring above the splashing?. I hold fast to my motto, especially at this time of year. The season wouldn’t be the same without familiar jingles permeating the airwaves, our homes and festive gatherings. This week, I attended the Hope Hospice tree lighting and luncheon at the Alamo Women’s Club, where guests were treated to the Monte Vista High School Beautyshop a cappella singers, who were delightful.