Allison Miller’s Boom Tic Boom: Allison Miller’s Boom Tic Boom is usually a talent-laden sextet, but for these gigs. the New York drummer presents a stripped down trio featuring longtime Boomers Myra Melford on piano and Ben Goldberg on clarinet as well as the rarely heard subway-rumbling contra alto clarinet (the trio also plays Saturday at San Francisco’s Community Music Center, $10-$15; http://sfcmc.org). Miller’s arresting music often balances precariously between rapture and rupture, and this volatile triumvirate is likely to push in both directions. Details: 2 p.m. Sunday, Café Stritch.
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While Guidi declined to be interviewed for this story, he’s participating in the anniversary program by having an excerpt from one of his pieces, “The Secret Garden” performed. The anniversary program also includes “East Bay Dances,” two lower-priced performances at Laney College in Oakland on Sunday. Programmed by Lustig, this festival features local groups like Diablo Ballet, Axis Dance Company and Turf Feinz, four Oakland-based dancers who became Internet sensations for an urban style of dancing known as “turfing.”.
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The land was used to store rail cars as well. According to Friedman, the post office purchased the land from UC Berkeley in the 1990s. The north side boundary is Codornices Creek. Urban Adamah is beginning its fourth year of operations. Adamah means earth in Hebrew. Urban Adamah integrates Jewish traditions with sustainable agriculture, mindfulness and social action. The group’s website says its work is inspired by the core values of ahava (love), hesed (compassion) and tzedek (justice). The original idea for a farm-based residential leadership program was created in Falls Village, Conn.