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If his daughter was headed toward the business, Toby Keith wasn’t going to let her enter blind. “He didn’t hide any of the negative sides of the industry, the politics that go on. He always had open conversation and discourse about that. So I learned a lot about that. “We, as children, weren’t shoved in the limelight just because he was in the limelight. So, one of the things I learned that is really valuable to me is the protection of privacy within your personal life. So now that I’m going into this, I’m having to protect my husband and his family and the family my dad’s always protected, my own family. This industry has a way of eating you up and making you feel bigger than the people around you. You start to feel like you’re on a pedestal. So remembering where you came from and feeling grounded, just to keep myself level, those are the tools he made sure I had.”.

The warm-up is Labor Day weekend, ballet shoes Aug, 31-Sept, 1, with mariachi and ballet folklorico workshops at The Tech Museum, 201 S, Market St., San Jose, Instructors will include mariachi icons Sol de Mexico, one of the headliners at the Romance of Mexico gala concert Sept, 7 at 8 p.m, at the SAP Center, 525 W, Santa Clara St., San Jose, Other festival highlights include Feria del Mariachi, offering music, food and activities for the whole family, Sept, 15 from 2 to 9 p.m, at Discovery Meadow, West San Carlos Street and Woz Way, San Jose..

Dragon Productions Theatre Company Monday Night Play Space. Workshop production of “Blood and Silk.” 7:30 p.m. Aug. 28. A new musical by Jeffrey L. Love and Jo Kiech based on “Beauty and the Beast.” Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway St., Redwood City. Pay what you will at the door; $5-$10 suggested. Hillbarn Theatre. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” Through Sept. 10. Based on the Victor Hugo novel and songs from the Disney animated feature, with new songs by Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz. Directed by Riley Costello. Featuring Randy O’Hara, Amandina Altomare, Christine Baker, Ryan Doyle, Luke Hamilton, Daniel Joseph Harper, Angela Harrington, Sammi Hildebrandt, Joshua Lau, Jasmine Lew, Jack O’Reilly, Brian Palac, Nicole Roca and Catherine Traceski. Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City. $35-$50. or 650-349-6411, ext. 2.

Jane Austen’s Emma: TheatreWorks Silicon Valley presents a musical version of the classic Victorian novel, Through Jan, 2, Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $19-$80, 650-463-1960, ballet shoes, Palo Alto Philharmonic: The orchestra presents a program featuring viola soloist Mimi Dye performing Berlioz’s “Harold in Italy.” The concert will also feature Aaron Copland’s “Ceremonial Fanfare,” the first movement of Mahler’s Symphony No, 10 and “Trauermusik,” a suite for viola and string orchestra by Paul Hindemith, with viola solos performed by Geri Actor, Dec, 5, 8 p.m, Cubberley Theater, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $10-$22,

“You continue to raise the bar with Carr,” Raiders coach Jon Gruden said. “It’s not good enough yet. He has spectacular talent. He’s a great kid. He’s going to be fine in this offense. We keep raising the bar with him and try not to ever get satisfied … He hung in there and played his best when we needed him the most.”. Carr began this season with a disastrous outing against the Rams, throwing three interceptions for the first time since Dec. 6, 2015 against the Chiefs. He followed it up with a historically accurate game against the Broncos in a 20-19 loss, completing 29-of-32 passes (90.6 percent) for the highest completion percentage ever for a quarterback who threw over 30 passes in a game. Week 3 delivered the bad Carr again, when he threw two picks against the Dolphins and commandeered an offense that only mustered three points in the fourth quarter after posting back-to-back zeroes in the final stanza Weeks 1 and 2.