Fitts on his change of heart: “I was one of those kids I went on my (recruiting) visit and got baited into the big school. I realized it’s not about that. It’s about the program that best fits you.”. Related ArticlesFive things to know about Saint Mary’s and its huge upsetMarch Madness! Saint Mary’s knocks off No. 1 Gonzaga, heads to The Big DanceCollege basketball: Can Saint Mary’s be great again?JORDAN HUNTER, senior center: Hunter averaged just 1.9 points over three seasons while backing up Landale, the 2018 WCC Player of the Year. But Hunter says he couldn’t have become the WCC tournament’s most outstanding player without that experience. Against Gonzaga, he had 12 points and 15 rebounds.
Carol Hovey directs the extensive cast of adults and bevy of darling 1.state ballet flats children, DC Scarpelli captures the power of the king with a nice touch of vulnerability while Rachel Powers’ soaring soprano makes for a fine Anna, even though — possibility due to microphone problems — it was difficult to hear her at times, The strong cast included many standouts, especially Brian Palac as Lun Tha and Anita Colotto as Lady Thiang, Choreographers Megan McGrath and Katherine Stein put the performers through their paces as they created the flowing movement required, not to mention the charming “The Small House of Uncle Thomas” ballet..
The exhibition, which is on display through Oct. 2, is also the centerpiece of the museum’s Aug. 27 fundraiser, “Tying the Knot.”. The evening celebration will spill out onto South First Street and the adjacent Parque de los Pobladores. Entertainment will be provided by harp and flute duo Wind in the Strings, Party Pump DJ and folkorico dancers from Fuego Nuevo of San Jose. Tickets are $75 in advance and $85 on the day of the event, with discounts for museum members. Go to www.sjquiltmuseum.org to get more details or purchase tickets for the fundraiser.
SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAIN SOL FESTIVAL: Featuring Yonder Mountain String Band, Keller Williams, Brett Dennen, more, food and drink, merchandise booths, 11 a.m.-7 p.m, July 11-12; Roaring Camp Railroads, 5401 Graham Hill Road, Felton; $115 two-day pass; www.roaringcamp.com, CONNOISSEURS’ MARKETPLACE: Arts and crafts from more than 200 vendors, live 1.state ballet flats music, food and drink, kids’ activities, 10 a.m.-6 p.m, July 18-19; Santa Cruz Avenue, between El Camino Real and Johnson Street, Menlo Park; free admission; http://pacificfinearts.com..
Her British roots are obvious when she’s talking about “Salem,” but the actress has no problem adjusting to a regional accent when needed. In “Made In Jersey,” she used an accent that would make the “Jersey Shore” crowd proud. For “Salem” — a series set at a time when people from around the world were coming to America — Montgomery went with what she calls a slight tweaking of her own British accent. Although she’s worked in TV and films (“Black Swan”), Montgomery likes the television series format best because it gives her more time to work with the character. That’s particularly helpful in this series, where she has to handle the dark physicality of the character’s witch ways and some lustful moments.