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MILWAUKEE — The structure of the NCAA could look very different by this time next year as members try to resolve the growing disparity between big-money schools and smaller institutions. What won’t change, however, is the amateur status of the players who make college athletics a billion-dollar business. “One thing that sets the fundamental tone is there’s very few members and, virtually no university president, that thinks it’s a good idea to convert student-athletes into paid employees. Literally into professionals,” NCAA President Mark Emmert said Monday at Marquette University. “Then you have something very different from collegiate athletics. One of the guiding principles (of the NCAA) has been that this is about students who play sports.”.

Read all about it — jazz at a library: A suave and authoritatively swinging jazz singer with a burnished-bronze baritone, Jamie Davis spent several years on the road with the Count Basie ballet shoes pictures Orchestra, With his appealing sound and gracious stage presence, he’s an apt candidate to restart San Ramon’s Jazz at the Library series, which went on hiatus for two years during the Montgomery Street branch’s remodel, A Bay Area resident heard too infrequently on local stages, Davis brings a veteran quartet of authoritatively soulful improvisers featuring pianist Glen Pearson, bassist Jeff Chambers, drummer Larry Vann, and saxophonist Richard Howell, Details: 7:30 p.m, Sept, 23;  San Ramon Library, $25; 925-973-3343,— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent..

The San Ramon Symphonic Band will present its holiday program with “Horns for the Holidays,” at 7 p.m. Dec. 20 in the Dougherty Valley Performing Arts Center, 10550 Albion Road in San Ramon. It features classical music by Gabrieli, along with Alfred Reed’s Russian Christmas Music and a seasonal tune by John Lennon and Yoko Ono along with singalong tunes with the band. Tickets, at $6 and free for children and teens with student ID, may be reserved at

Details: Through July 16; Ashby Stage, Berkeley; $5-$30; 510-841-6500,, 4 Michael O’Neill and Kenny Washington: The friendship and creative synergy between sax man ballet shoes pictures and composer O’Neill and vocalist Washington is one of the jewels of the Bay Area jazz scene, They’ll perform together again on July 1 when O’Neill and his quintet perform with Washington at San Jose’s revered club Cafe Stritch, Details: 8:30 p.m.; $5-$10;, 5 “What You Will”: A Shakespeare mixtape? That’s sort of the idea with this farce by Max Gutmann getting its world premiere at the Pear Theatre in Mountain View, Snippets from various Bard comedies are cut and pasted throughout this show, which still turns on Shakespeare staples — mistaken identities, misinterpreted flirtations and cross-dressing schemes gone awry..

• San Jose Youth Ballet Nutcracker–For the first time, San Jose will be treated to not one, but two weekends of SJYB’s Nutcracker performances. The increase comes in response to near-sold-out demand, and requests from SJYB dancers themselves. In addition, the company will move its performances closer to downtown San Jose, to the School of Arts and Culture Theater at the Mexican Heritage Plaza. Runs two weekends, Dec. 1-8, 1700 Alum Rock Ave., San Jose. Tickets are $18-$25. Call 800.838.3006 or visit for more information.