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CLICK HERE if you are having trouble viewing these photos on a mobile device. If you’re heading for Yosemite National Park, chances are high you’ll pass through the Gold Rush town of Groveland. Half an hour’s drive from the park’s Big Oak Flat and Hetch Hetchy gates, Groveland is a cozy little town, despite its original name, Garrotte — which, means, er, death by strangulation. (As long as you’re not jumping anyone’s claim or holding up the Wells Fargo stagecoach, you should be just fine.).

The big glamour event will be a glitzy, star-studded gala at Far Niente Winery honoring screen legend Sophia Loren called “Bella Italia!” The tribute will include a gourmet dinner prepared by celebrity chefs, and music provided by Ponti, talented son of Loren, and his recently formed LA personalized ballet shoes drawstring sack cinch backpack with free personalization & free shipping bg85 Virtuosi, A new composition, “Sinfonietta per Sofia,” written by Daniel Brewbaker, will be a special highlight of the evening, Tickets are sold individually, or in Allegro or VIP passes for multiple events, Some events are free, To purchase, call 888-337-6272 or go to www.festivaldelsole.org..

For the 22nd year, St. Joseph’s Cathedral in San Jose will host the “Season of Hope,” 12 days of free concerts Dec. 12-23. Each night features a different group in concert from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the magnificent cathedral building, which opened in 1877 and was fully restored in the late 1980s. The arts and community groups donate their time. Concerts are free, but contributions to support the church’s food, shelter, medical care and job search programs are welcome. This year’s lineup of multicultural performances.

The last two movies of the season are ”Inside Out” on Aug, 4, and “The Good Dinosaur” on Aug, 18, Showtimes are at dusk, For more information, go to http://bit.ly/1zvjRZA, Fifth season of jazz performances at Lesher, personalized ballet shoes drawstring sack cinch backpack with free personalization & free shipping bg85 Jazz at the Lesher Center is back with a fifth season of jazz performances with artists performing two shows at 5 and 8 p.m, Saturdays, July 30-Aug, 27, at the Margaret Lesher Theatre at the Lesher Center, 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek, Kicking off the series July 30 is the Geri Allen Quartet; with Warren Vache, a trumpet/cornet player, on Aug, 6; Arturo Sandoval, Cuban trumpet player, on Aug, 20; and closing the concert series Aug, 27, is violinist Mark O’Connor..

About 20 kids ages 6 to 20 participated in the one-hour performance Saturday. Dean’s granddaughter, 13-year-old Kianna, played the role of the rabbit. The dance differed from the classical and traditional folk dances that the troupe typically performs. Dean brainstormed ideas for the dance with one of her former instructors in Cambodia, in an effort to preserve its authenticity. The original performers of the play in Cambodia found their lives threatened in 1975 at the hands of the Khmer Rouge. The communist regime aimed to get rid of any creative institutions in the country, killing dancers, artists and other intellectuals. Dean lost some of her fellow dancers, though she refused to stop dancing.