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The warehouse — with little separate dwelling units on the first floor and a staircase made of scrap wood leading to a cluttered, furniture filled second floor where dance parties were held — was roundly called a deathtrap by some survivors and others familiar with the building. A retired Contra Costa firefighter said he was outraged that the city did not act to shut down the cooperative over the obvious code violations. “Any professional firefighter, regardless of rank, would have recognized the deadly threat that this building represented and did everything possible to shut it down,” John Stiglich wrote in an email.

Over the next five years, they happily settled into life together, Frank worked sales for a software company and they often traveled back to Louisiana, especially in the fall to enjoy football games, Southern style, They talked about getting married at some point, As Frank often said, it was always a matter of “not if but when.”, “When” came on March 2, 2013, during a vacation in Kauai, However, Kim didn’t know about the wedding ahead of time, On their first night on the island, Frank rushed her out to the beach at sunset, They found a spot under a tree near some lava rocks, Frank knelt in the sand, took Kim’s hand and said, “I want to ask for your hand in marriage, I want to spend the rest of my life with you.” After Kim said, “yes,” Frank endless love. blue shoes / womens shoes / leather ballet flats / pointy flats / royal blue leather. available in different leath added, “The wedding is on the beach tomorrow night.”..

“The Christmas Ballet” Smuin Contemporary Ballet: With its two-act nice-and-naughty structure and seductive blend of long-running pieces and fresh additions, Smuin’s “Christmas Ballet” has attained the status of a Bay Area holiday standard after 24 years. Opening with “Classical Christmas,” the production features the company’s impressive dancers performing to time-honored holiday fare. The theater heats up with “The Cool Christmas,” which keys on Eartha Kitt’s insouciantly sexy recording of “Santa Baby.” As originally conceived by Michael Smuin, the production showcases the company’s versatility with an idiosyncratic array of ballet, tap, and jazz. Details: Nov. 30-Dec. 1; Sunset Center, Carmel; $63-$81; 831-620-2048, www.smuinballet.org. December 5-9; Mountain View Center for the Arts, Mountain View; $25-$86; 650-903-6000, www.smuinballet.org.Dec. 13-24; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; $25-$91; 415-912-1899, www.smuinballet.org.

Healthy and Safe Halloween: Trick-or-treating, arts, crafts, magic show, story time, free pumpkin to decorate (limited amount; first-come, first-served), The Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Department will be on hand to talk about safe trick-or-treating, 3:30-5 p.m, Oct, 31, Ambrose Community Center, 3105 Willow Pass Road, Free, 925-458-1601, www.ambroserec.org, Haunted Depot: The Southern Pacific Railroad endless love. blue shoes / womens shoes / leather ballet flats / pointy flats / royal blue leather. available in different leath Depot will mysteriously transform into a frightful depository of ghosts, goblins and spirits daring the public to pay a visit, 6-9 p.m, Oct, 18, 25; noon-3 p.m, and 6-9 p.m, Oct, 19, 26; noon-4 p.m, Oct, 20,27; 6-9 p.m, Oct, 31, 90 First St., Benicia, Adults $3, children younger than 6, $2 (with donation of canned food); adults $6, children younger than 6, $4 (without donation), 707-745-9791, www.beniciamainstreet.org..

That provocative brew and the genre’s heightened visual style have proved irresistible to audiences who regularly pack sold-out houses for Muller’s popular Noir City festival, where attendees often come attired in cocktail dresses and fedoras. “Noir City 12: It’s a Bitter Little World,” a 27-film, 10-day event that injects an international theme into the mix, gets under way Jan. 24 at San Francisco’s Castro Theatre. Versions of the series play in Seattle, Los Angeles, Portland, Austin, Texas, Washington, D.C., Chicago, and Paris, where a recent program of 40 films ran for two months.