The Cincinnati Enquirer reported earlier that police said Sunday that Deandre Kelley came home drunk at about 3 a.m. and that his longtime girlfriend, Shanti’s mother, refused to let him in. That’s when, police said, Kelley fired shots into the air, including one that hit Shanti in a second-story bedroom. She died at a hospital. Relatives have described Shanti as a happy, beautiful child who loved her father. She was a ballet dancer who enjoyed rapping with her father and was set attend the School for Creative and Performing Arts next year, they said.
“Longing Lasts Longer”: Comedic solo show by performance artist Penny Arcade; 8 p.m, Nov, 3-4; Bing Concert Hall Studio, Stanford University; $15-$35; live.stanford.edu, “42nd Street”: Presented by Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre; m.p.s. ballet flats Nov, 4-19; Firehouse Arts Center, Pleasanton; $19-$41; 925-931-4848; www.firehousearts.org, pcrtproductions.org, “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical”: Presented by Broadway San Jose, Nov, 14-19; San Jose Center for the Performing Arts; single tickets not on sale yet; http://broadwaysanjose.com..
“It’s not so much the time, it’s that you’ve got to switch your head from your work world to your personal world in these microslices,” Hoover said. What if you sneak a look at your phone while your wife is away from the table and see a troubling email? he asked. “Can you push it out of your brain and focus on where you’re at?”. The time is ripe. Hoover observes that the blending of our work and personal lives returns us to the unceasing labor of our agricultural past when the cows needed to be milked every day.
Six performances are scheduled from Nov, 14 through 27 at the California Theatre, 345 South First St, Tickets are on sale at the Opera San José box office, online at operasj.org and by phone at 408.437.4450, Following a four-year hiatus, the Irish dance troupe returns with new costumes, lighting and projections and a new number, “Anna Livia,” featuring the group’s female members, Tickets are available at ticketmaster.com, at the m.p.s. ballet flats City National Civic Theatre Box Office, 150 W, San Carlos St., or by calling 800.982.2787..
Between 25,000 to 30,000 people attended last year’s event, and organizers are bracing for an even bigger crowd June 20 for the event’s anniversary, said Valerie Merklin, executive director of the Willow Glen Business Association. “This has been such a wonderful event,” she said. “We’re bringing people together with music and dancing. Most of the bands have a local connection too.”. Indeed, the opening act, ironically named the Closers, is made up of Willow Glen Realtors and residents who have performed together for two years.