CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or video on a mobile device. By Emily Yahr | The Washington Post. How weird is Fox’s new reality singing competition “The Masked Singer”? Even before the show debuted Wednesday night, the ads were seriously strange, as they featured celebrities cloaked in deranged-looking animal costumes while they belted out songs onstage. Here are some helpful descriptions. “The Masked Singers not only wear masks, their masks are attached to some of the most nightmare-inducing costumes ever seen on TV.” (Entertainment Weekly).
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SAN JOSE — The country’s top figures skaters are competing in San Jose through Jan. 7 in the U.S. championships. The local headliners are Karen Chen of Fremont and Polina Edmunds of San Jose in women’s singles, Vincent Zhou of Palo Alto in men’s singles and Campbell ice dancer Elliana Pogrebinsky. In all, 22 Bay Area athletes have qualified across five divisions — juvenile, intermediate, novice, juniors and seniors. Lower division events are scheduled for Solar4America Ice — the complex where the Sharks train — through Wednesday. The seniors competing for berths to the 2018 Winter Olympics and main junior events are scheduled Tuesday through Sunday at SAP Center. Here are the Bay Area skaters: Juveniles: Allison Kim of San Mateo and Ethan Musladin of Sunnyvale in pairs. Juliana Newton of Oakland and Evan Mullins of Stockton in ice dance. Intermediate Ava Stephens of San Jose and Katie Wang of San Francisco in women’s singles. Ian Ramsey of Redwood City in men’s singles. Novice Jeffrey Chen of Fremont in ice dance. Juniors Alysa Liu of Richmond and Lily Sun of Foster City in women’s singles. Dinh Tran of San Francisco in men’s singles. Anthony Ponomarenko of Morgan Hill and Nikolay Usanov of Los Gatos in ice dance. Juliette Erickson of San Jose, Nathan Grundhofer of Fremont and Sarah Feng of Fremont in pairs. Seniors Karen Chen of Fremont and Polina Edmunds of San Jose in women’s singles. Vincent Zhou of Palo Alto and Kevin Shum of Piedmont in men’s singles. Elliana Pogrebinsky of Campbell in ice dance. Alexandria Yao of Cupertino in pairs. Report an errorPolicies and StandardsContact UsTags:Ice SkatingOlympicsElliott AlmondElliott Almond is a sports reporter for the Bay Area News Group.Follow Elliott Almond@elliottalmondSubscribe Today!All Access Digital offer for just 99 cents!blog comments powered by DisqusGet Morning Report and other email newsletters.
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The annual exhibition gives the community an opportunity to see a wide range of creative and skilled work by local students, and also recognizes the region’s dedicated high school art teachers. The competition category has been expanded this year to add Digital Design. The exhibition will be on display through March 27. Library gallery hosting varied exhibits. Works on exhibit in February at the Orinda Library Gallery will include the paintings of Carla Gelbaum, the ceramic work of Joan Ibarolle, the nature and wildlife photography of Shirley Sanderson and handcrafted fused and stained glass by Cynthia Whitchurch will all be featured at the library gallery.