HAYWARD: The city will be celebrating Cinco de Mayo on Saturday, May 4, at City Hall Plaza, 777 B St. The day will be filled with entertainment, starting with karate with Morning Glory at 10 a.m. The activities are free, but there is a charge for food and beverages. Entertainment includes Coro del Kínder de Burbank School, Balé Folclórico Jalisco, Mariachi Juvenil de Hayward and Danza Azteca. ASHLAND: Come to the annual Cinco de Mayo Celebration hosted by Alameda County Supervisor Nat Miley and county agencies and organizations, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, May 4, at Ashland Community Center, 1530 167th Ave., San Leandro. The event will feature a health resource fair, free Mexican lunch and traditional entertainment, including youth performances. Event will alcohol-free. For information, call 510-272-6694.
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New York City-born, Mill Valley-based poet Jane Hirshfield gently alters the perceptions of her readers. In her latest collection, the thought-provoking and beautiful, “The Beauty: Poems” (Alfred A. Knopf), as she juxtaposes seemingly unrelated things, she points out the connectedness in everything. Hirshfield says, “Poems make us more intimately connected to other people, to objects, to ideas. They make human beings more compassionate, because, when you recognize that you’re not separate from anything else, the upwelling of that is a sense of shared fate. And a sense of shared fate is the seed of compassion.”.
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