“Bowe has been gone so long it’s going to be very difficult to come back,” he said, likening the situation to a deep sea diver who needs to surface slowly to decompress safely. “If he comes up too fast it could kill him.”. ——. Five days before Bergdahl disappeared, his battalion suffered its first casualty: Lt. Brian Bradshaw. Bradshaw’s mother, Mary, told The Associated Press that after Bergdahl was captured, Bob Bergdahl called many times, convinced their sons had been friends. Bob Bergdahl told Rolling Stone magazine that Bradshaw’s death had darkened his son’s mood.
This is a free family event at the library, 100 Villa Ave, Call 408.399.5785 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, Visit tonyborders.com, The band’s focus is jazz, with an emphasis on swing and dance music, The musicians perform classics from the likes of Count Basie, Benny Goodman denim embellished ballet flat shoes blue jutis blue mojari blue khussa and Glenn Miller, All ages are welcome, A $5 donation at the door is recommended to support senior services, Call 408.354.1514 or visit lgsrecreation.org, For a preview of the band, visit lgsbigband.com, Volunteers can sign up for appointments online at bloodcenter.stanford.edu, input ZIP Code 95032..
You won’t want to miss Tony La Russa and ARF’s annual fundraisers — Comedy Night at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 9, and the 24th annual “Stars to the Rescue” at 7 p.m. Jan. 10. Both events benefit this wonderful organization that finds loving homes for dogs and cats who have run out of time at public shelters or have been abandoned. ARF staffers promise “a howling good time” with comedians who will “make you laugh until you cry” on “Comedy Night” while “Stars to the Rescue” features a star-studded list of musicians including “American Idol” winner Taylor Hicks.
Pop-up Magazine’s 2018 Fall Issue: 7:30 p.m, Sept, 21-22, Curran Theatre, 445 Geary St., San Francisco, A night denim embellished ballet flat shoes blue jutis blue mojari blue khussa of true stories, documentary films, photography and radio from writers, performers and musicians live on stage, Tickets start at $35, www.popupmagazine.com, Chinatown at Twilight: 5-8 p.m, Sept, 21, Waverly Alley, between Sacramento and Washington Streets, San Francisco, Enjoy a variety of singers and dancers, including Elvis and Sinatra impersonators, and a children’s dance troupe, http://bit.ly/2N1F9gr..
While Rick is really making an effort to do the best dancing he can, I’m not sure I can say the same thing about Jake T. Austin. He and pro Jenna Johnson performed a cha cha to the theme from the show Jake was in, “Go Diego Go.” But it seemed like there was lots of scenery and not much costuming on Jenna and other pro dancers to cover up the fact that there was only a tiny bit of cha cha to be seen. All the judges pointed out that he was ahead of the music, lost his timing and needed to calm down. If he has a strong fan base, he might make it to Week 3.