Score: 10, 10, 10 = one more perfect 30 for the night for a total of 64. As a tease for tomorrow night’s single dance, Tom explained that they would be “fusion” dances with two styles mashed, uh, blended together. This can sometimes be exciting, but other times, it can be a mess. The lowest scoring pair picked what dance the highest scoring pair would do, so for tomorrow night. Bill and Emma picked samba-quickstep for Amber and Derek. Jack and Cheryl picked cha cha-foxtrot for Corbin and Karina.
Cal Performances director Matías Tarnopolsky, who has been enthusiastically on board from the start, notes that the production posed some logistical challenges, “It’s an enormous undertaking, with partners from around the world,” he said, But Cal Performances brings international music, dance and theater companies ballet type slippers to Berkeley throughout the year, and as artists arrived and rehearsals began, Tarnopolsky said the production was coming together beautifully, As part of his Berkeley RADICAL initiative, the company is presenting free ancillary events: talks, dance workshops, even a Rameau listening party, Shepard will join McGegan in a discussion about the original 1745 score..
In California, groping would more likely be charged as sexual battery – which is sexual touching without consent – rather than sexual assault. Reporting ‘takes a lot of strength’. Incidents of sexual assault, battery and harassment often go unreported, experts say. Larry McAdera, executive director of the Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center, said many victims don’t believe they were actually victimized because they were drinking. McAdera rallies against that notion. “When sexual assault occurs, at a music festival or any other place, sometimes the victim doesn’t know that they’ve been victimized, or doesn’t know they’ve been assaulted,” McAdera said. “A huge percentage of people we deal with feel it was their fault. Consequently, when you are in an environment like that with a lot of freedom, a lot of people and a lot of things going on, occasions could arise where people don’t understand they were assaulted.”.
Voices in Harmony: The men’s chorus is seeking new members, Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m. Comunidad Cristiana, 1748 Junction Ave., San Jose. vihchorus.org, T.O.P.S, Meeting: Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a support group for weight loss, Thursdays. 9:30-11 a.m. The Church of God, 937 Minnesota Ave., San Jose, Contact Daniel Kionka, 408-486-2357, or Katy Haselden, 408-335-3110, Sons in Retirement: Retired men’s luncheon club features fellowship and guest speakers, Meets the third Tuesday of the ballet type slippers month, Elks Lodge, 444 Alma St., San Jose, For more information, contact Rich Peterson at Rick69bird@sbcglobal.net..
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