ballet necklace, personalized with silver initial and add swarovski crystal birthstone of your choice. on stainless steel chain,

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ballet necklace, personalized with silver initial and add swarovski crystal birthstone of your choice. on stainless steel chain,

ballet necklace, personalized with silver initial and add swarovski crystal birthstone of your choice. on stainless steel chain, ballet necklace, personalized with silver initial and add swarovski crystal birthstone of your choice. on stainless steel chain, ballet necklace, personalized with silver initial and add swarovski crystal birthstone of your choice. on stainless steel chain,

ballet necklace, personalized with silver initial and add swarovski crystal birthstone of your choice. on stainless steel chain,

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Daft Punk’s electronic-funk grooves have won big at the Grammys. The French electronic duo’s “Random Access Memories” won album of the year and their infectious hit, “Get Lucky,” won record of the year at the awards show. The song features Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers. Daft Punk, who sports helmets in public, won four awards, as did Pharrell Williams and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. “Well, I suppose the robots would like to thank….” joked Williams, who also won non-classical producer of the year. “You know honestly, I bet, France is really proud of these guys right now.”.

“We are very family-oriented and so the families that we get, they tend to stay,” Vincent said, A community of loyal multi-generational families formed over the years is the backbone of the school’s two annual recitals, Parents, grandparents and siblings all help out during the performances with everything from props to costumes to sets, Mother, daughter and grandmother sometimes perform in the same show, “We had ballet necklace, personalized with silver initial and add swarovski crystal birthstone of your choice. on stainless steel chain, three generations at most times in the school, so it’d be grandma, mother and child dancing,” Vincent said..

Q What do you love about the Marsh?. A My shows are driven visually. If I were in a huge theater, I would need projection screens so people could pick up on the nuances of the performance. But, at the Marsh … hey, you’re right there. … I usually hang out after every single show and meet anyone who cares to say hello or hug or slap me around for taking them on an emotional rollercoaster through my and their “Stand By Me” years. You can’t meet everyone at a large theater. You can’t ask the artist directly about the people in the play … but, you can at the Marsh. Intimate incarnate.

Stanford New Ensemble, Fall Concert, 8 p.m, Oct, 19, Campbell Recital Hall, Stanford University, Free, 650-723-3811 or https://arts.stanford.edu/events/2012/2012-10-19-stanford-new-ensemble-fall-concert, 26th Annual Bridge School Benefit Concerts, With Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Jack White, Guns N’ Roses, The Flaming Lips, Foster The People, Lucinda Williams, Steve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers, k.d, lang & the Siss Boom Bang, Gary Clark Jr, and special guests to be announced, Oct, 20, doors 3 p.m., show 5 p.m, Oct, 21, doors ballet necklace, personalized with silver initial and add swarovski crystal birthstone of your choice. on stainless steel chain, noon, show 2 p.m, Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, $150 and $75 for reserved seats, $35 for general admission lawn, plus applicable charges, Limited number of 4-packs available for $99 plus charges, www.Livenation.com, Ticketmaster outlets or 800-745-3000..

Narrator Bella Merlin brings to life some of the poetry that inspired these pieces. In performing Benjamin Britten’s hauntingly beautiful “Sea Interludes,” the symphony will also celebrate the 100th birthday of this great British composer. Finally, Berlioz’s “Harold in Italy,” inspired by Byron’s epic poem “Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage,” will feature violist Ellen Ruth Rose. Tickets can be ordered at 925-943-SHOW (7469), online at www.lesherartscenter.org, or at the Lesher Center Box Office.