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The ballet has seen many renditions in the 175 years since it was first choreographed by Jean Coralli and Jules Perot and composed by Adolphe Adam, but artistic director Jose Manuel Carreño is breathing life into his mentor Alicia Alonso’s version of the classic. Now in her 90s, Alonso, artistic director of Ballet Nacional de Cuba and iconic choreographer and prima ballerina assoluta, produced and danced the role of Giselle at her company in Cuba in the 1940s and over the years has styled a version of her own–though Carreño says it’s quite true to the original.

It seemed half of Saratoga was at the Greenpoint, Long Island, N.Y., wedding of the former Saratoga quarterback to Jenny Learned, Mom-of-the-groom Meredith Moran looked radiant, Former Falcons Kyle Louderbach, Dan Garappolo, Robin Knapp and Matt Walker were on hand along with Saratogans Marlaine Griffin, Alain Pinel Realtors; Janet Verson, Saratoga High administrative ballet clipart, ballerina clipart, ballerina tutus, lavender ballet costumes, for invites and scrapbooking, commercial use, amb- assistant; Mary Fisher, marketing director, Adobe Systems; Carol and Jerry Louderbach; and Ray Triplett and wife Susan, Ray is president and CEO at Triplett Financial & Insurance Services, triplettfinancial.com..

Oakland percussion maestro John Santos presents the latest installment of “Racies,” his revelatory Latin music series at Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage, with the Bay Area debut of Tribu Baharú, a leading exponent of champeta, folk music with a serious groove at Colombia. While created to celebrate Afro-Colombian culture, the quintet avidly embraces the entire Caribbean basin, warning on its webpage that its music “may contain traces of soukous, zouk, calypso, mbaqanga, soca, compas Haitiano, rap and ragamuffin, all mixed with local styles and influences of the Colombian musical spectrum.”.

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A memorial card handed out at the gathering for Mesfin includes a photograph of her from better days.  Her thick dark hair is loose from the work beanie she always wore on the job, her large brown eyes focused on something off camera that makes her smile. Her face is full, her lips shine with red lipstick, and thick gold hoops dangle from her ears. The woman in that photograph is the Mesfin that Jerome Isayas remembers best — not the one in a somber image posted on Facebook where his aunt’s face is thin and drawn, with dark circles under her eyes.