It’s also important to remember that while the East San Jose car culture represents a largely Mexican-American experience, it often crossed ethnic lines. One of the key figures in San Jose’s lowrider history is Andy Douglas, an East Side kid who co-founded the pioneering New Style Car Club. His hydraulic shop on South First Street gave many cars the big hops that drew huge crowds to shows at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds over the years. “Those car shows were always positive,” said Ruiz, who produced the first lowrider record — recorded live at the Fairgrounds. “Everybody was included. Everybody was accepted.”.
Keene said he just returned from out of town for more than two weeks and had asked city staff during his absence to reach out to Rev, Randle Mixon, church tenants and neighbors concerned about traffic and parking issues, ballet flats size 34 Keene will meet with Mixon Wednesday to discuss ways all parties can work collaboratively toward a solution, One possibility involves the church, located at 305 N, California Ave., applying for a conditional use permit to operate as a community center, which would legally allow it to rent to service providers, Keene said..
Easter Egg Hunt: Noon-3 p.m. March 25, College of Alameda Baseball Field, 555 Ralph Appezzato Memorial Parkway, Alameda. An Easter egg hunt for kids with autism and special needs and their families. Adding to the fun: an Easter Bunny visit, photo booth, magic show, games and food. Free. Donation are tax-deductible. Registration: http://bit.ly/2FjbT1G. Spring Eggstravaganza: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. March 31, Emerald Glen Park, 4201 Central parkway, Dublin. Photos with Peter Rabbit and Flopsy, arts and crafts, games, bounce houses, entertainment, face painting and more. Must pre-register: http://bit.ly/2Fj1we8.
The Italian Girl in Algiers: Opera San Jose presents Rossini’s tale of a clever Italian girl shipwrecked in a foreign land while searching for her lover, and finding herself the focus of a powerful Sultan’s unwanted affections, Through Nov, 30; times vary, $51—$121, California Theatre, 345 S, First St., San Jose, 408.437.4450, operasj.org, Truce, A Christmas Wish from the Great War: This world premiere by local playwrights Kit Wilder and Jeffrey Bracco honors the centennial of the “Christmas truce” of World War I, when troops on both sides staged an impromptu cease-fire on the battlefields of France on Christmas 1914, Through Dec, 21, ballet flats size 34 City Lights Theater Company, 529 S, Second St., San Jose, $17-$35, 408.295.4200, cltc.org..
Rose Show: 1-5 p.m. May 6, Lakeside Park Garden Center, 666 Bellevue Ave., Oakland. Vote for your favorite trophy winner, for the People’s Choice award. See which roses grow well in the East Bay at the 71st annual Rose Show. Talk with the gardeners, get your questions answered by trained consulting rosarians, buy a plant or bid in the silent auction. Free. 510-525-4057, www.eastbayroses.org. Spring House Tour and Garden Reception: 1-5 p.m. May 6, Berkeley Woods. The tour will feature 11 open houses built between 1917 and 1974 with strikingly different architectural styles. Tour map, illustrated guidebook and refreshments will be provided. $35-$45. http://berkeleyheritage.com.
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