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“At Play: Recreation Near and Far,” an exhibit of photos by Tom and Nancy Donahoe depicting what people do for fun and health, and the seriousness with which they go about those pursuits, is currently on view at the Boundary Oak Golf Club, 3800 Valley Vista Road in Walnut Creek. The photos will be on display in the club house through April 3. The photos range from the sheer fun of the playground to youth sports, pickup games, individual skills and serious competition. They were taken in locations from Walnut Creek to Russia.

“For me,” he adds, “this (exhibition) is what I feel about being alive.”, frye carson ballet Known internationally for his spectacular, large-scale pieces — first famously illuminating the vast Australian landscape near Uluru — Munro’s work is a cultural coup for Montalvo and a comfortable fit for the Bay Area, with its vital collection of light sculptors, many from Burning Man, whose works dot cities up and down the region, But Munro’s pieces — though they’re as high-tech as it gets with miles and miles of fiber optics, projection systems and more — have a distinctive, playful, childlike quality, And the setting is perfect for “Stories in Light” — the hidden-from-the-outside-world feel of Montalvo, up winding oak-lined roads into the foothills and through a large wardrobe door, I mean, iron gate, to the historic 1912 villa..

— Randy Myers, Correspondent. The great work begins once more. “Angels in America” flies back into the Bay Area, more than a quarter century after it was first born at San Francisco’s Eureka Theatre. The iconic theatrical epic will be directed by Tony Taccone, who originally commissioned the sweeping work from then-unknown playwright Tony Kushner. Kushner’s masterpiece wings into Berkeley Repertory Theatre, with its startlingly relevant examination of greed, power and identity politics in American society, in April. Although it is set amid the 1980s, Kushner’s insights into the harsh realities of capitalism and its impact on everything from health care to civil rights, couldn’t be more relevant in the Age of Trump.

By JOHN ROGERS | The Associated Press, LOS ANGELES — Nanette Fabray, the vivacious actress, singer and dancer who became a star in Broadway musicals, on television as Sid Caesar’s comic foil and in such hit movies as “The Band Wagon,” has died at age 97, Fabray died Thursday frye carson ballet at her home in Palos Verdes Estates, her son, Dr, Jamie MacDougall, told The Associated Press, He said the cause was old age, “She was an extraordinary woman, Many people referred to her as a force of nature and you could feel it when she walked into the room,” her son said Friday, “She just exuded warmth, wit, charm, love, and she touched so many people in so many ways, I hope all of us can look back on our lives and be able to say that at the end of our lives.”..

As usual, the celebs follow a pattern of sorts. There is always at least one very young celeb, at least one much older celeb, a celeb from a Disney show (ABC is owned by Disney), at least one singer and at least one celeb who is conquering a physical challenge. Season 27 has all of that and even some blasts from the past for avid TV watchers. Here, in alphabetical order by last name, are the Season 27 celebs and their pro teammates. Joe “Grocery Store Joe” Amabile, a participant in the “Bachelor” nation, and Jenna Johnson, who won the Season 26 Mirrorball Trophy with Adam Rippon.