“Where do I go to file a missing person’s report?” Purdon asks. “Do I go to the tribal police? … In some places they’re underfunded and undertrained. The Bureau of Indian Affairs? The FBI? They might want to help, but a missing person case without more is not a crime, so they may not be able to open an investigation. … Do I go to one of the county sheriffs? … If that sounds like a horribly complicated mishmash of law enforcement jurisdictions that would tremendously complicate how I would try to find help, it’s because that’s what it is.”.
“I find this play astonishing for so many reasons,” Perloff says, “It was one of the first things I ever did when I ran Classic Stage Company in New York, and I worked on it with Harold Pinter in the room, What I learned from him was incalculable, So as I was thinking about what are the 1/12 victorian box with ballet shoes and lady picture dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style. things I love the most that I wanted to do before I left ACT, and also what’s a play that would bring back so many of the real ACT all-stars, it was this play.”, One of those all-stars, Barricelli was not just a member of ACT’s now-defunct core acting company but inspired Perloff to form it in the first place when they first worked together on 1996’s “The Rose Tattoo.”..
Film: “Leviathan”: Andrey Zvyagintsev’s 2014 film, nominated for a best foreign film Oscar, was hailed by The Guardian as a compelling tragic drama about corruption and intimidation in contemporary Russia. (Available On Demand). Michael McFaul: The Stanford senior fellow at Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies — and a Stanford alum, class of 1986 — was the U.S. Ambassador to Russia under Barack Obama from 2012 to 2014. He’s now a regular contributor to op-ed pages, podcast interviews and social media, commenting on the current state of Russia-U.S. relations. You can follow him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/amb.mcfaul or on Twitter @McFaul. He also rated a major 2014 profile in the New Yorker “Watching the Eclipse” by New Yorker editor David Remnick, a Moscow correspondent for The Washington Post in the 1980s.
Karissa said she enjoys the rides and just “getting wet.”, “It’s a lot of fun,” Karissa said, “It’s nice and sunny.”, Some families proved they don’t need to be thrill-junkies to have fun in the water, Vu Nguyen and his 4-year-old son Hasun found a small little corner of a wading pool at the theme park and spent a good part of their morning kicking, splashing 1/12 victorian box with ballet shoes and lady picture dollshouse miniature hand made by bea antiche french style. and jumping in the lagoon, which at its deepest is 3 feet, Hasun was grinning ear to ear, playing with his dad and a preschool friend, The two boys laughed and splashed each other as Nguyen sat and watched..
Reggae Night with Mungai’s WildArt: 8 p.m. Dec. 1, Whiskey Tip, 1910 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa. Mungai’s WildArt captures the sounds of afro-roots and reggae with modern twists. Drink, dance and celebrate. $5-$7. https://bit.ly/2PIGhb2. Mostly Gospel Bluegrass Jam: 4-6 p.m. Dec. 2, Cafe4, 20600 John Drive, Castro Valley. Bring your acoustic string instrument, or just come and sing along. Rich Ferguson: 510-219-7752. San Jose State University Jazz Orchestra – Cool Yule: 7:30 p.m. Dec. 4, Hammer Theatre Center, 101 Paseo De San Antonio, San Jose. Featuring festive and familiar sounds of Bing Crosby, Vince Guaraldi, Frank Sinatra and more. $13-$21. www.hammertheatre.com.