“The other reason, is that the colors that are played with are the colors of spring, Lord Krishna (another Hindu deity) asked his mother why he was dark and the girl he loved, Radha, was fair, and so his mother, Yashoda, told him, ‘Why don’t you put some color over her face and she will become like you,’ and he took her seriously and started playing with colors (as a prank). So that became a tradition that every year people would play with colors on that day.”. Contact Aliyah Mohammed at firstname.lastname@example.org or 408-262-2454 or follow her on twitter.com/Aliyah_JM. Visit us on our social media sites at facebook.com/MilpitasPost and twitter.com/MilpitasPost.
Spenger’s Backpack Benefit — 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m, through August, Spenger’s will give away a $10 dining certificate in exchange for every new backpack dropped off at the restaurant, This gift certificate is good toward lunch or dinner at Spenger’s, The backpacks will be donated to the Berkeley Boosters/Police Activities League, 1919 Fourth St., Berkeley, 510-845-7771, Butcher’s Guide book signing — Aug, 10-11, Joshua and Jessica Applestone, owners of New York’s Fleisher’s Grass-fed & Organic Meats, will sign copies of their “Butcher’s ballet shoes youtube full movie Guide to Well-Raised Meat” — a guide, memoir, meat manifesto and reference tome all in one — during these free events in San Francisco, Catch them at Omnivore Books on Food from 6 to 7 p.m, Aug, 10 at 3885a Cesar Chavez St.; www.omnivorebooks.com, They’ll be at Avedano’s Holly Park Market from 8 to 10 the same evening; 235 Cortland Ave., San Francisco; http://butcheratudder.eventbrite.com, Or, meet them at 4505 Meats in the San Francisco Ferry Building from 10 a.m.-noon Aug, 11; www.4505meats.com..
“Steve just had us so trained,” she said. Back to the benefit. Lamplight hadn’t played together since 1971. Some of the members hadn’t seen each other in more than 40 years. A couple flew in from out of state. “I think the dream every musician has is to play again with their first band,” Hurwitz said. “That was my gift to Steve.”. Sage’s first thought was more practical. “What are we going to play?” he asked. Like old times, Lamplight powered through a handful of songs, one of which can be viewed on Sage’s online GoFundMe account. That account, with a goal of $75,000 to offset medical expenses and lost income, has reached nearly $40,000. A silent auction at the benefit raised about $30,000 (a Paul Reed Smith guitar signed by the members of Journey fetched $3,500).
Senior Nutrition Program: ballet shoes youtube full movie Hot meals served along with camaraderie, Must be 60 years or older and a resident of Santa Clara County, Monday-Friday; live dance music at 9:30 a.m.; lunch at 11 a.m, First United Methodist Church, 535 Old San Francisco Road, Sunnyvale, sunnyvaleumc.org/mission/seniornutrition.html, Return of the Deadeye: The Lamplighters will perform “The Farce Awakens,” a satirical take on “Star Wars,” at the troupe’s 50th Annual Champagne Gala and Auction, The original, full-length musical parody is combined with a raffle, a live auction and a post-performance champagne reception with the cast, Nov, 8, 4 p.m, Mountain View Center for Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, $64-$83, 650-903-6000, lamplighters.org/season/tickets.html#mv..
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