Downtown Ice: The outdoor ice skating rink in the Circle of Palms is sponsored by Hawaiian Airlines and Kristi Yamaguchi. Nov. 15-Jan. 12; Monday-Thursday, 5-10 p.m.; Friday, 5 p.m.-midnight; Saturday, noon-midnight; Sunday, noon-10 p.m. 120 S. Market St., San Jose. $13-$15. 408-291-0525, sjdowntown.com/down townice. Ballet San Jose Gala: An event to welcome Ballet San Jose’s new artistic director Jose Manuel Carreno and celebrate the company’s 2013-2014 season, featuring performances by guest artists from American Ballet Theatre, San Francisco Ballet and Boston Ballet. Nov. 16, 8-11 p.m. San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose. $50-$1,000. balletsj.org, 408-288-2800.
The new control system allows for more fluid movement, especially during running, which, of course, is what Sonic is known for, Past games would halt the hedgehog if he ran into a wall or other obstacles, ruining the flow, Now, holding down a trigger button lets Sonic run up walls and trees, and it works very well, A mix of 2D and 3D levels keeps things interesting as well, The Mario & Sonic Olympic video games sell in the millions, and with the Sochi games happening in February comes the latest in series, “Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games” releases Nov, 15 and offers online play for events like Ski Cross and Short Track Speed Skating, A unique feature involves the player winning points for his/her home crochet pattern - baby ballet flats and mini crochet bows country that are viewed through online rankings..
Bye Bye Birdie: The Sunnyvale Community Players present the family-friendly musical about a rock star who gets drafted and does one last show before he’s inducted. Through March 10. Sunnyvale Community Theatre, 550 E. Remington Drive, Sunnyvale. $16-$29. https://www.sunnyvaleplayers.org. Marie and Rosetta: TheatreWorks Silicon Valley presents a musical, first staged at its New Works Festival, about the uneasy partnership between Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Marie Knight on the 1940s gospel circuit. March 6-31. Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. $40-$100. theatreworks.org, 650-463-1960.
“60 Minutes” (7 p.m., CBS): Women comprise nearly half the American workforce but hold just a quarter of its computing jobs, And this gap continues to widen, despite the best efforts of foundations and universities to attract women to tech jobs, But one non-profit, Code.org, is reaching girls at younger ages in hopes that an earlier start will create the deeper roots needed to keep them on the tech track, Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the computer science gender gap, “American Idol” (8 p.m, crochet pattern - baby ballet flats and mini crochet bows Sunday, ABC): “You’re going to Hollywood!” Yes, those words still carry a lot of emotional magic, and a whole new group of wannabe pop stars will be yearning to hear them as the singing competition launches a new season, Returning to the judges panel are Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie, In the opener, they and host Ryan Seacrest set out on a nationwide talent search that includes the show’s first-ever stop in Idaho, Other destinations are Los Angeles, New York, Louisville and Denver..
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and Director of Cultural Affairs Kerry Adams-Hapner will be there to welcome the opening night crowd, but you’ll have to show up to find out if either of then will show off any dance moves. The rest of the CityDance lineup features Country Line Dancing (Aug. 23), Bollywood (Aug. 30), Disco (Sept. 6), Electro Swing (Sept. 13), K-Pop (Sept. 20), Merengue and Bachata (Sept. 27) and Vogue (Oct. 4). PARTY HELPERS: Ewell Sterner, executive director of Hunger at Home, is lining things up for the nonprofit’s third annual Bridge the Gap concert fundraiser on Sept. 7. Grammy winner Tony Lindsay, known from his days as lead singer for Santana, and his band will headline the event at the Fairmont San Jose.
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