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Crowds gathered to admire fifth-grader Clayton Toste’s STEAM project: a video game based on Edmund McMillen and Florian Himsl’s independent game “The Binding of Isaac” in which gamers control a baby who has been banished to the basement and must fight off invading monsters. Toste used C++ and wrote 1,660 lines of code to create his version of the game. Toste’s game includes 200 rooms with eight different room variations that are completely randomized by the internal clock of the computer in use. Toast said that nobody has yet beaten all 200 rooms in his game. He is currently working on a new game called “Attack of the Demon Piggy.”.

The 2016 installment of the Santa Cruz new music festival marks Alsop’s 25th year as music director, It’s also her last, For Alsop, who announced last fall that she would step down at the end of this year’s festival, it’s hard to say goodbye, But she says it’s time, “Cabrillo has been a wonderful oasis,” she explained in a call from her home in Baltimore, “At the same time, there are other things I’d like to pursue, I feel that I’ve gotten the festival to a place where I’m extremely proud of what I’ve done, But it’s time for a new vision, I think it’s a perfect moment for me to move on at a peak ballet personalized water bottle- ballet shoes, glitter water bottle, water bottle with name, bpa free, flip lid water bottle, b that ensures the festival’s longevity.”..

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, “Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’ (Community Music) HHH. It took this California collective three years to release its second album and just 14 months to deliver its third, and a sense of prolific, crackling creative drive is clearly audible on this self-titled set. The hippie-esque love-power lyricism of these 12 tracks may not be to everyone’s taste in 2013, but it’s hard to deny the hand-clapping gospel commune buoyancy of songs such as “Let’s Get High’ — with frontman Alex Ebert in full preacher hollerin’ mode — “If I Were Free’ and “Country Calling.’ “Remember To Remember,’ sung by Ebert`s foil Jade Castrinos, is a soulful gem, and the group shows it’s rock can be rustic on “Life is Hard’ and polished on the sweet couple’s duet “Two.’ Edward Sharpe’s party is unique, but the celebration is irresistibly magnetic.

Silicon Valley Reads Kickoff: The theme of Silicon Valley Reads 2014 is “Books & Technology: Friends or Foes?” Featured books are Nicholas Carr’s “The Shallows: What ballet personalized water bottle- ballet shoes, glitter water bottle, water bottle with name, bpa free, flip lid water bottle, b the Internet is Doing to Our Brains” and Robin Sloan’s “Mr, Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookstore.” Mercury News columnist Mike Cassidy will interview Carr and Sloan on stage, Jan, 22, 7:30 p.m, Campbell Heritage Theatre, 1 W, Campbell Ave, Free, siliconvalleyreads.org, Campbell Adult Center: The city of Campbell’s Recreation and Community Services Department offers services and programs for adults 50 and older, including classes, trips, fitness and wellness courses, a regular lunch program and more, Room C-33, Campbell Community Center, 1 W, Campbell Ave, 408-866-2146..

Sandy Wong, the district’s coordinator of employee and labor relations, said elementary schools were fully staffed as of Aug. 11. The district was still looking to hire a middle school math teacher, however, and a career-technical teacher for high school students. The district also needs about 10 special education instructors, including speech therapists. “We have reached out to higher education to see if we can establish internships and partnerships,” Wong said. “The jobs are posted. The schools are looking for applicants.”.


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