An autopsy on the child was performed Tuesday but no positive identification was made, said sheriff’s Lt. Glenn Giannantonio. “It is a possibility that it’s Ethan,” he said. “Right now we just don’t know. And we’re praying that it isn’t Ethan.”. Sheriff’s investigators said Christina Anderson was close platonic friends with DiMaggio. The suspect was very close with Brett Anderson and like an uncle to his two children, Giannantonio said.
A fan can spend a small fortune going to a concert these days, given that so many of the top acts now charge hundreds of dollars for a decent seat, Yet, there’s another way to get your fill of music, And it won’t cost you a nickel, Just take advantage of the numerous free summer concert series going ballet art, dancer art, ballerina wall art, kids rooms, childrens wall art, dance art, canvas art, girls rooms, pink girls room, on all over the greater Bay Area, from Los Gatos and Morgan Hill to Redwood City and San Francisco to Alamo and Concord, So pack a picnic, invite the family and friends, and head on over to your local music series, which is likely featuring a plethora of musical genres – rock, R&B, funk, etc, – over the next few weeks/months..
“Body Double” (1984): Brian De Palma explores the seedy and seductive side of voyeurism in this wonderfully cheesy ’80s horror flick. An out-of-work actor gets tempted into a “Rear Window” scenario in this fun Hitchcock homage that involves vampires, B-movies and a lovable porn star (a young Melanie Griffith). You feel a little guilty watching this tawdry mystery unfold, and that’s part of its enduring allure. Oh, and the awesome ’80s soundtrack (Frankie Goes to Hollywood, anyone?) doesn’t hurt a bit. If you like this, try: “Dressed to Kill” (1980).
You already know we’re helpless to resist anything with a name like Lumpiapalooza or Bacon-a-thon, So of course we’re going all out for Charles R Vineyards’ Cabstravaganza, The Livermore winery is celebrating all things cabernet sauvignon on Saturday and you, too, can join the sipping fun for a measly 10 bucks, Details are here, The annual PIVOT concert series at San Francisco Performances always books interesting and thought-provoking shows, This year, the event takes stock of the American political landscape, with the ballet art, dancer art, ballerina wall art, kids rooms, childrens wall art, dance art, canvas art, girls rooms, pink girls room, gloriously talented Paul West covering Bob Dylan and acclaimed singer-songwriter Gabriel Kahane performing music inspired by train passengers talking about Donald Trump, We’re not kidding, Learn more about the series here..
Pancake Breakfast: The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary hosts a breakfast fundraiser benefiting veterans and their families and scholarships for local students. Breakfast includes pancakes, eggs, bacon, fruit, coffee/tea and juice. First Sunday of the month, 8:30-11 a.m. December’s breakfast features a coat and blanket drive, as well as a Marine Tots for Tots Drive. Diners can bring a toy and place it in the Marines collection bin. American Legion Veteran’s Hall Post 318, 1504 Minnesota Ave., San Jose. Suggested donation $6/$5 students and active duty military.