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Wilder’s career faded in the 1980s after making a series of undistinguished films, several co-starring his third wife, “Saturday Night Live” alumna Gilda Radner. After her death from ovarian cancer in 1989, Wilder co-wrote a book about ovarian cancer and started a cancer support network. Jerome Silberman was born in Milwaukee on June 11, 1933. He later took his stage name from the playwright Thornton Wilder. His first name came from the main character of Thomas Wolfe’s novel “Look Homeward, Angel,” although Wilder later wrote in a memoir that his psychoanalyst suggested another reason: His mother’s name was Jeanne.

CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing these photos on a mobile device, Four hours in the car with a five-year-old is … just about an hour over our limit, We’re doing a quick summer getaway down to the Santa Ynez Valley, just north of Santa Barbara, to relax and unwind, But we have hit our max on Highway 101. We need food, true, but mostly, we need to get out of this car, This is how we landed in the tiny town of Los Alamos on a recent Friday night, Some hipsters call it “LA North,” due to the influx of creatives and film industry folks flocking to open cool and yummy places — like Pico at ballet shoes ballerina dance cut file .svg .dxf the Los Alamos General Store — in this former stagecoach stop..

Pacific Art League of Palo Alto. “Abstractions,” a juried exhibition of 40 works by 31 California artists, Main Gallery. “Stamps on Paper,” works by Mario Rosales, Servane Briand, Sunny Chen, Suhita Shirodkar, Caroll Woods, Amy Tang and Katherine Kain. Both exhibits through Feb. 31. Ceramics by Phyllis Lee, Craft Gallery, through March 31. Pacific Art League, 227 Forest Ave., Palo Alto. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. Free admission. Stanford Art Spaces. Jenny Bloomfield: Transform Motion; April Hankins: Chain Reaction. Through Feb. 28. Center for Integrated Systems, Paul G. Allen Building; David W. Packard Electrical Engineering Building; Psychology Department offices in Jordan Hall on the Quadrangle. Open during the week during business hours. Information: DeWitt Cheng at 650-722-3622 or dewittc@stanford.edu.

Menlo Park City Council Chambers, Herschel Cobb, “Heart of a Tiger: Growing Up with My Grandfather, Ty Cobb,” 11 a.m, Nov, 1, Sponsored by Menlo Park Library, Menlo Park City Council Chambers, 701 Laurel St., Menlo Park, Free, http://menlopark.org/library, Oshman Family JCC, Neville Frankel, “Bloodlines,” 6:30 p.m, Nov, 6, Includes Pacific Boychoir Academy singing a selection from Paul Simon’s “Graceland” as well as songs honoring South Africa, Oshman Family JCC- Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, 3921 Fabian ballet shoes ballerina dance cut file .svg .dxf Way, Palo Alto, $10-$15, www.paloaltojcc.org/frankel or 650-223-8664..

“It helps with rejections and hearing criticism, being able to use that to better one’s self.”. Not to mention learning new skills, such as yodeling, as she did for the role of Inga in Palo Alto Players’ excellent 2014 production of “Young Frankenstein.” She was hilarious — and beautiful — in the role. “I definitely use that (yodeling) all the time,” she said, but we think she might have been joking. These days, she is reveling in getting to play the leading role of Amalia Balash in “She Loves Me” at Foothill Music Theatre. The show, directed by Milissa Carey, runs Feb. 18 through March 6.