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“She was a very nonjudgmental person who was friends with people in all walks of life,” said her older sister Nazanin Ghanadan at their home in Alamo. “She loved cooking and was super active with working out. She wanted to travel and she wanted to fly her own plane one day.”. Nazanin Ghanadan said that Floria Hakimi was her sister’s mentor. Mo Ghezavat, Nasim Ghanadan’s uncle, said Nasim loved dancing and when she walked into a room, all smiles, she would get people up to dance with her.

LAST CALL FOR ARTS CHAMPIONS: Friday is the deadline to nominate people and organizations for the City of San Jose’s Cornerstone of the Arts awards, As was the case last year, the city’s office of cultural affairs and its arts commission will be honoring awardees in three ballet slippers sizing categories: Cornerstone of the Arts, given to individuals who have provided long-standing support for the arts — think of it as a Lifetime Achievement Award; Creative Impact, for individuals who have led a cultural or artistic project or event that’s made a significant difference for the community; and Business Support for the Arts, intended for companies and their leaders who have demonstrated strong support for the city’s cultural scene..

Stanford Repertory Theater. “Moby Dick — Rehearsed,” through Aug. 10. “The War of the Worlds,” Aug. 14-24. Stanford Repertory Theater, Pigott Theater, Memorial Auditorium, Stanford University. $15-$25. 650-725-5838 or www.stanford.edu/group/repertorytheater/cgi-bin/srt/tickets. TheatreWorks. “The Great Pretender.” By David West Read. World premiere. Through Aug. 3. “A touching comedy about friendship, love, and learning to let go … The runaway hit of TheatreWorks’ 2013 New Works Festival … follows the host of a once-iconic children’s TV show who discovers that people, as well as puppets, sometimes need a helping hand.” Directed by Stephen Bracket. Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. $19-$74 (discounts available). theatreworks.org or 650-463-1960.

“It’s a fantastic field, and we should keep and maintain it,” said Councilman Joe Goethals, who grew up playing on the baseball diamond, Youth baseball and adult softball advocates had been alarmed by a proposal, one of three preliminary ballet slippers sizing concepts that city staff and a design consultant produced for public review, that would have converted Fitzgerald Field into open space, As for tennis, the council unanimously supported keeping some courts at the park, but probably not six, Council members generally favored having two or three courts and relocating the rest, Possible locations for added courts include the new Bay Meadows development, Bayside/Joinville Park and Beresford Park..

If ever a rock star seemed perfectly designed for devotion it was David Bowie, that protean shapeshifter with the startlingly divergent eyes, unearthly beauty, and multiple musical identities. In celebrating what would have been his 71st birthday, The Chapel in San Francisco’s Mission District hosts the two-night 7th annual David Bowie Birthday Bash Jan. 5-6 with Reverent Father Lysol Tony-Romeo’s First Church of the Sacred Silversexual, which he describes as “the world’s only Bowie worship band.”.