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“I worked night and day. I taught courses at both [UC] Berkeley and Mills College then and … we brought all the students over … and gave them seminars and workshops in the museum galleries. I also did a set of public programs that were very multidisciplinary. I really worked hard on the academic side of things and showed the Rockefellers how the Bay Area would embrace their collection.” Corn’s efforts paid off. The Rockefellers left 141 important works to the de Young, including paintings by George Caleb Bingham, Frederic Edwin Church and Winslow Homer.

“I don’t feel any different than I did 50 years ago,” says Gleason, sitting with her daughter in their Sunnyvale home surrounded by old pictures and commendations, Gleason says she has an uncanny memory and can remember everything that has happened to her since age 3, Her birthday celebration was a red, white and blue affair with nearly 100 guests coming to wish her ballet shoes printed fabric by studioe fabrics by the half yard a happy centennial, Sunnyvale Mayor Glenn Hendricks presented a resolution to her in person, and she received letters from Gov, Jerry Brown, Rep, Mike Honda and a note from President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama..

Time for the rehash of Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess, and Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson. And poof! Noah and Sharna were in the semifinals but Robert and Kym were eliminated. Co-host Erin Andrews had to ask them, “What will happen with Robert and Kym?” but Robert neatly sidestepped the question. “It was so great to be here on the show. I am so honored to be able to do this. So much fun,” he said.After saying that he’d known Kym for several years, host Tom Bergeron said, “I suspect you won someone’s heart,” to which Robert replied, “Tom, I don’t know if I feel that way about you.”Kym added, “I was the best season. I loved being back and having Robert as a partner.” Hmm? A “showmance” or the real thing?.

I wondered at first if this new format for DWTS would work, but it’s great, The show is tight with lots of dancing, and each week, there is a different way of introducing the celebrities, This week, there was an awesome opening number choreographed by Ray Leeper, taking another page from “So You Think You Can Dance.” The judges were even part of the number, boogying their way down the stairs before Julianne was introduced, Then it was time for the dances, broken up only by Brooke’s interviews, First up was Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke doing a quickstep, one of the most difficult dances, Despite his worry, Jack did a great job, especially with the footwork, Julianne reminded him to show how much he was enjoying the dance, although Carrie Ann thought he was “way more animated” and Bruno praised him for ballet shoes printed fabric by studioe fabrics by the half yard his footwork..

BEST SOLILOQUIES: Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey), “True Detective.” We’re still trying to wrap our head around all that existential philosophizing about how “time is a flat circle.” (Maybe some Lone Star beer would help). But even if we didn’t always “get” the rambling Rust, we couldn’t help but hang on his every word. MOST WELCOME DEATH: King Joffrey (Jack Gleeson), “Game of Thrones.” We hesitate to overtly cheer the violent demise of anyone. But haters are going to hate, and we really hated the petulant kid ruler, who was poisoned shortly after celebrating his nuptials.