“My voice had been stifled for so long and suppressed that when I finally got here and got to be able to use (my poems) for the better of myself, it was what I realized gave me happiness,” Ohashi said. The first poem she shared on her blog, Behind the Madness, was called “Fame.”. “Being someone people look up to isn’t always what it seems,” the poem, published in 2017, begins. “‘Fame’ feels so minuscule to what I’m experiencing,” Ohashi said Tuesday, giggling as she realizes the coincidence of it all.
Perry Family Pumpkin Patch with Kids’ Maze and Hay Pyramid: Opens Oct, 1, J.E, Perry Farms, 34600 Ardenwood Boulevard, Kids maze and tire patch, pumpkins, picnic area and hay pyramid for climbing, 9 a.m.-noon, Monday-Friday for school field trips; Noon-7 p.m, for general public; 9 a.m.-7 p.m, Saturday/Sunday, No admission Monday-Friday; $1 Saturday/Sunday, http://perryfarmsorganic.com/, Harvest Festival for Kids: 4-7 p.m, Oct, 29, Harbor Light Activities Center, 4760 Thornton Avenue, Obstacle course, carnival games, prizes, ballet flats you can fit in your purse festival food and candy, $7, Free admission for supervising adults. http://www.harborlight.com/HARVESTFESTIVAL..
Red Velvet: Through Feb. 17, Colligan Theater, 1010 River St., Santa Cruz. This drama transports audiences to the turbulent backstage world of London’s Theatre Royal in the early 1800s. Edmund Kean has taken ill and can’t go on tonight as Othello, leaving his company in disarray. $27-$50. www.jeweltheatre.net. The Second Kind of Impossible: 7:30 p.m. Jan. 29, Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. The story of Princeton physicist Paul Steinhardt’s 35-year quest to challenge conventional wisdom. $10-$18. www.paloaltojcc.org.
ENERGY DEPARTMENT, The Trump budget proposal, which cuts the Energy Department’s budget by 6 percent, would boost spending on managing the nation’s nuclear stockpile and revive the controversial Yucca Mountain storage facility for nuclear power plant waste, It would slash spending on a host of science ballet flats you can fit in your purse and climate areas, – Cuts $900 million from the Office of Science, – Eliminates the Energy Star, Weatherization Assistance Program, ARPA-E, Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing Program, and Title 17 loan guarantees..
OPTEMPO: Operational Tempo, high or low. Describes the pace at which a soldier works, whether that work is combat patrols, making powerpoint slides or training. Oxygen Thief: A useless soldier, or one who loves to hear himself or herself talk. Pink Mist: Produced by certain gunshot wounds. Plant Eater: See: Fobbit. POG: (pronounced pogue) Person Other than Grunt. Derogatory term for a soldier lacking combat experience. See: Fobbit. POO: Point Of Origin. The site from which a rocket or mortar was launched at US forces. Most easily calculated by tracking the projectile’s trajectory with radar. Example: “We’re going out POO hunting.”.
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