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We’ve enlisted two of the Bay Area’s top caterers and celebrated culinary stars — Yigit Pura of Tout Sweet Patisserie and Margaret Teskey of Taste Catering & Event Planning — to develop a couple of irresistibly delicious party spreads: a luxe “Nutcracker”-inspired dessert buffet for grown-ups and a cocktail soiree fit for a gourmet queen. Did we mention Pura and Teskey are besties? That’s why the parties blend so seamlessly. With recipes, serving ware suggestions and decorative tips included, you’ll have everything you need to pull off holiday entertaining without breaking a sweat.

Q What aren’t you happy about?, A Well, once a performance is done, it’s over; it’s not quite tangible, Even recordings: ballet leotards with built in bra They’re kind of a shadow of what it’s like, Performing arts — it’s in the moment, that’s what’s wonderful about it, It’s like sports; that live aspect is what quickens it, The idea is that the commercial income will help support the space for, say, the Champaign Urbana Ballet or the Conservatory of Central Illinois or a group called the Prairie Ensemble, which does kind of guerrilla performances..

Despite its creator’s workplace turmoil, the show reflects a positive attitude: It is a paean to new life, beauty and triumph. It’s the story of the yulan, or magnolia, considered China’s most famous flower. Since it’s told in a style reminiscent of Cirque du Soleil, expect dozens of dancers, high-wire performers, acrobats and trampoline artists, plus gorgeous costumes, lighting and music (by Los Angeles composer Paul Chihara). The performers are all members of the Dalian Acrobatic Troupe of China.

Back to the Futura: Nostalgia for the ‘80s is still going strong, For proof, just check out the upcoming Retro Futura, billed as “America’s Premier ‘80s Concert Tour.” The trek coming to the Bay Area this weekend features Howard Jones, The English Beat, Men Without Hats, Modern English, Paul Young and Katrina (without the Waves), That’s a pretty cool crew and we just can’t wait to see the crowd reaction when Men Without Hats ballet leotards with built in bra breaks into “The Safety Dance.” Just remember: You can dance if you want to, Details: 7:30 p.m, July 21; Mountain Winery, Saratoga; $49.50-$79.50; www.mountainwinery.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff..

Try KidFest — three days of entertainment and dozens of activities for kids, tweens and parents. Taking place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 26-28, at Mt. Diablo High School in Concord, KidFest includes theatrical performances by Lamorinda Theatre Company and Music Box Theatre as well as Ballet Folklorico, Funkmode, East Community Kids-N-Motion, and much more. Live Shark Encounter will have four shows a day and a demonstration by Clayton Bikes BMX Stunt Team is planned. The little ones can get up close and personal with SpongeBob SquarePants and Ronald McDonald.