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She said the couple were activists who wanted to give the six children, who they said came from difficult backgrounds, a chance to thrive. The children were bookworms who were never on electronic devices. They instead spent time with their chickens and held their own dance parties. Lomax said the family became private and guarded after the photo of Devonte embracing the police officer went viral in 2014. The photo was taken at a Portland demonstration after a grand jury’s decision not to charge police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown. The Portland police officer, Sgt. Bret Barnum, noticed Devonte crying. When he saw Devonte’s “Free Hugs” sign, he asked for a hug.

“Aditya represents a new generation of musician,” Kale said in an email, “He has studied his traditional craft extensively but is not afraid to take that language and art form into uncharted territories.”, While his ensemble reflects his vision, “it works as a community effort,” says Prakash, 29, “I’ll bring an idea to a rehearsal, and everybody contributes their ideas.”, The Ensemble can range in size from seven to 12 members, The group Prakash is bringing to Berkeley is a septet, drawing heavily on Bay Area-raised players, including Berkeley High alum trombonist Jonah Levine, Albany High alum pianist Julian Le and ochre - handmade yellow ikat printed leather ballet flats - traditional jutti / khussa / mojari with a contemporary twist Sir Francis Drake High alum bassist Owen Clapp from Marin..

The CHP said on its Facebook page that Costello has been convicted of DUI more than a dozen times, and that he has felony DUIs on his record related to having so many. The juvenile robbed his victims at similar morning commute times and at the same location, in the parking lot. Victims reported a similar description. On June 18, the suspect robbed at gunpoint, demanding cash before running away at 6:45 a.m. in the West parking lot of the North Berkeley station, and then robbed again five minutes afterward.

Known in private life as Shirley ochre - handmade yellow ikat printed leather ballet flats - traditional jutti / khussa / mojari with a contemporary twist Temple Black, she was surrounded by family members and caregivers when she died of natural causes, according to publicist Cheryl Kagan, She was 85, “We salute her for a life of remarkable achievements as an actor, as a diplomat, and most importantly as our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and adored wife for fifty-five years of the late and much missed Charles Alden Black,” a family statement said, Temple had lived in Woodside for 46 years..

Anyone who wants to give their feet a break from the dancing can drop by a henna artist, who will apply designs on the hands. The best part of all? The event is free, said Thakker. Last year, nearly 500 people attended the Bollywood dance event. Among the guests was Mayor Jill Hunter, who also serves as chairwoman of the SVDC. Hunter called the event “a great way for the whole city to get moving and dancing in the parking lot on Big Basin.”. The SVDC created the event five years ago to promote downtown Saratoga businesses and as a way of attracting people to the area, Thakker said.