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“There is a purpose behind each one of these performance metrics,” Erickson told this newspaper, adding that the goal for theater performance days is to ensure that downtown’s cultural facilities are booked, attracting visitors who then spend time and money with businesses and restaurants downtown. The agreement between the city and Team San Jose, she said, “clearly states there was a 90 percent goal, which they did not meet. It’s unfortunate that nobody realized this before now.”.

Blackhawk Chorus — 25th annual “The Shining Night”: Featuring a wide selection of holiday favorites; 4 p.m, Dec, 3; Dougherty Valley Performing Arts Center, San Ramon; $17-$25; 925-973-3343, www.sanramon.ca.gov/parks/theater, Livermore-Amadore Symphony: A Heavenly Life holiday concert features works by Mahler and Mozart, featuring soprano Emily Helenbrook; 8:15 p.m, Dec, 3; Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $12-$35; 925-373-6800, livermoreamadorsymphony.org, San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus: Presents Home for the Holidays; 3 and 7:30 p.m, Dec, 3 at Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $30-$40; 925-943-7469, www.lesherartscenter.org; 3 p.m, Dec, 4 at Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $35-$45; 925-373-6800, lvpac.org; cross stitch pattern dance ballet ballerina vintage blue shoes pointe counted cross stitch pattern/instant download epattern pdf and 3 p.m, Dec, 18 at Freight & Salvage, Berkeley; $24-$26; 510-644-2020, thefreight.org; chorus also performances of Babes in Joyland Dec, 9-10 at Nourse Theatre, San Francisco, and Home for the Holidays Dec, 24 at Castro Theatre, San Francisco; $25-$70; www.sfgmc.org..

The story has the same bones as the Coens’ brilliant original: A scoundrel of a shopkeeper pays off a local gun to murder his duplicitous wife and her lover, who are busy hatching plots of their own. The conceit in both is that the double-dealing never stops, nor do the deaths, which keeps the action moving and the black comedy coming. Whatever its inspiration, “Noodle Shop” is very much a creature of Zhang’s distinctive imagination. He begins by turning the clock back to China’s horse-drawn days and thus free from current political sensitivities. The film stars Ni Dahong, who was also in Zhang’s 1994 Cannes winner “To Live,” as the vengeful skinflint of a husband, Yan Ni as his conniving wife, rising comic talent Xiao Shenyang as her adorably weak-kneed young lover and the venerable Sun Hunglei (Zhang’s “The Road Home”) as the stoic hired gun. A seriously bucktoothed Cheng Ye and a pig-tailed Mao Mao serve as the bumbling waitstaff, staging their own comic coups along the way.

“Lottery Ticket” (PG-13): A young man (Bow Wow) who wins a nationwide lottery spends a holiday weekend fending off greedy cross stitch pattern dance ballet ballerina vintage blue shoes pointe counted cross stitch pattern/instant download epattern pdf neighbors who want a piece of the action, The ensemble includes Terry Crews, Keith David, Loretta Devine and Ice Cube, “Mao’s Last Dancer” (PG): Bruce Beresford directs a drama based on the autobiography of Li Cunxin, who rose from an impoverished boy in China to an international ballet star, Dancer Chi Cao plays the lead, Bruce Greenwood, Kyle MacLachlan and Joan Chen co-star..

By Philip Bump | Washington Post. Donald Trump’s presidential campaign began – within the first five minutes – with his accusing immigrants from Mexico of being criminals. Not all of them, mind you; some of them, he assumed, were good people. Some. A few. This ended up being a prominent theme in his presidency, painting immigrants as criminals with a broad brush, such as when he traveled to Long Island to position the violence perpetrated by the MS-13 gang as an unavoidable result of immigrants entering the country illegally.