“They don’t sing to entertain; they sing because they enjoy it and seeing people enjoy their singing brings joy to their hearts. It is very unique a cappella singing, and each song is really a conversation. The chanting is a response to what the soloist is singing, about experiences and events,” he said. “The joy is celebrated with the high leaps the Maasai is known for,” he added. “It mainly is about life as a Maasai; the virtues one is supposed to uphold in life, just the same as in America, but in a different way, about bringing up children well and succeeding.
Will they or won’t they? I didn’t like it that host Tom Bergeron and co-host Brooke Burke-Charvet continually talked about the question of Bill dancing, showing his visit to the doctor’s, his fall last week and the treatment by the medics after the show at almost every break, Bill was even seen on a gurney backstage receiving treatment, and Brooke talked in grave tones when asking Tyne about her partner and then discussed an injury to Tyne, as well, Tease, tease, tease, The new format’s opening numbers are turning into inventive ways to introduce the couples without the cumbersome stairs, and also include remarkable dancing by the pros and the members of ballet slippers, blue shoes, miniature, collectible, embroidered flowers, bow, ballerina, ballet, vintage ceramic, vintage colle the DWTS Troupe, Keep it up, people! Awesome choreography by Mark and Peta, And I really like how the pros of the Troupe dance out and back from commercial breaks..
“Booze Traveler: Best Bars” (10 p.m., Travel Channel): Cocktail connoisseur Jack Maxwell launches a new mission to find the best bars and drinks in the country. In the premiere, he tours his favorite dockside bars starting with the largest waterfront bar in Florida, and a British-style pub in Baltimore. Then it’s off to a marina bar in Redondo Beach before he finishes with a Sausalito bar that belongs in both the cocktail and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. “Dominion Creek” (Acorn TV): The award-winning Irish Western kicks off its second season. It continues to follow the Connolly brothers as they struggle to forge an empire for themselves during the gold rush of the 1890s. They stand united, having established themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the territory, but against a backdrop of growing lawlessness in Dominion Creek, they must face a challenge that threatens to take from them all that they hold dear – family, friends and gold.
Christina Milian and Mark Ballas drew the paso doble for their routine, and she did a great job at bringing the right amount of intensity to the dance, Bruno called her “an intriguing ballet slippers, blue shoes, miniature, collectible, embroidered flowers, bow, ballerina, ballet, vintage ceramic, vintage colle monster,” a take on the Lady Gaga music to which they performed, Carrie Ann said, “That was insane, You nailed every step,” and Len called it a paso with a contemporary twist, “That was fantastic!”, Bill Engvall, one of last week’s bottom dwellers, and Emma Slater danced a jive, and he really has a lot of smooth movement, The routine had a lot of steps in it, he did them all and the pair was rewarded by a standing ovation, “That was my most entertaining routine so far, It was fantastic fun,” said Carrie Ann, Len thoroughly enjoyed it and Bruno thought the performance value was incredible, If Bill wants to last a few weeks, he needs to put a bit more technique in his efforts..
The project is being funded by $900,000 received from San Mateo County Measure A and local funding. For more information about library programs that will be affected and proposed changes in basic library services, call Rebecca Johnson, library program manager, at 650-829-3874 or email Johnson@plsinfo.org. For an overview of the renovation plans, “before” photos, and a Frequently Asked Questions information section, go to www.ssf.net/grandlibrary. Tens of thousands of volunteers are expected to help remove tons of trash that have accumulated at more than 850 locations throughout our state.