And just for grins, I thought the 1980s Argentine tango by Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson showed a ton of improvement by Robert. He gets so excited that he loses his timing, but tonight his attention was firmly focused on Kym. However, even with one 7 and three 8s, their 31 placed them at the bottom of the leaderboard. Their cha-cha-cha in the dance off was a bit messy and they lost the two extra points to Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess. See rant about Willow and Mark’s elimination above. It just doesn’t seem fair when someone who just learned to clap in time (hint, hint, Chris Soules) is safe but another who scores in the top goes home. Of course, after this week’s elimination, who knows who will be next to go home.
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“It’s a lot of fun,” said Preeya. “There’s audience participation and it’s also for a good cause.” While the concert is free, Wely’s class asks for attendees to donate or participate in a silent auction before and after the concert. The items up for auction include gift certificates to local restaurants, a cruise voucher, tickets to the San Francisco Ballet and the San Francisco Symphony and a 49ers football. To cover the cost of putting on the concert, Wely and her students raised funds by holding car washes and bake sales throughout the year.
The exhibition is centered on four creative communities active in Northern California between the 1930s and the present day, Included are “Patronage, Public Art, and Allegory of California,” “Postwar at the California School of Fine Arts,” “A New Art Department at UC Davis” and “The Mission pink and white floral shoes for women, flat shoes, slip on shoes, indian shoes, ballet shoes, handmade designer shoes/juttis or Scene.” Works range from monumental paintings to handwritten letters, It is jointly curated by Drew Johnson and René de Guzman of OMCA and Janet Bishop, Caitlin Haskell and Peter Samis of SFMOMA, The exhibition includes works by Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, Dorothea Lange, Ansel Adams, Jay DeFeo, Joan Brown, Richard Diebenkorn, Wayne Thiebaud, Manuel Neri and Deborah Butterfield, among others..
“After getting to know John at MMDG, it’s been great to see him come up with physical manifestations of his quirky, sensitive, robust personality,” Bolingbroke says. “He and Mark Morris have very different musical tastes. He doesn’t always work score in hand, and the music he draws on is more electronic, which is reflected in this program.”. Other festival highlights include the world premiere of Pearl Marill’s “Some Bodies Confessional” on Aug. 10-11, and the body music of Keith Terry & Corposonic on Aug. 12. A particularly intriguing collaboration takes place Aug. 17 with the pairing of San Jose Taiko, now in its fifth decade and still going strong, and BangerZ, a San Diego-raised, Las Vegas-based DJ who draws on an array of sources, particularly hip-hop, reggae and electronica.