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ballet slippers with ribbon ties

Grab those umbrellas and prepare to step back in time for a “Mary Poppins” sing-along in San Jose. The beloved 1964 Disney musical remains one of the most magical of family films, with numerous unforgettable songs and peppy and spry dance numbers. The 3Below Theaters and Lounge in San Jose teams up with the California Academy for the Creative and Performing Arts and Guggenheim Entertainment for three screenings that could introduce to a new generation of kids to Julie Andrews-Dick Van Dyke classic, especially when many might have been introduced to the story by the recent sequel, “Mary Poppins Returns.”.

After completing “The Globalization Tapes,” Oppenheimer and Cynn returned to Indonesia ballet slippers with ribbon ties almost immediately, “knowing this was a very important history that we didn’t really understand.” As they conducted interviews, survivors urged them to speak to the killers themselves, who were living not just openly but also proudly with their brutal history, What Oppenheimer discovered was that the killers — who call themselves “gangsters” — still operate with impunity in Indonesian culture, bragging of their past deeds and continuing to intimidate their victims’ descendants, (Cynn eventually left the production, and Oppenheimer worked with several anonymous Indonesian crew members, including his co-director.)..

MONDAY: “Mike & Molly,” originally scheduled for a midseason debut, arrives early to provide some comic (and ratings) relief. The opener has Molly (Melissa McCarthy) making a huge decision about her career. 9 p.m., CBS. TUESDAY: Guest-star alert: Damon Wayans Jr., who appeared in the “New Girl” pilot, reprises his role as Coach and returns to the loft expecting things to be exactly as he left them. Oops. 9 p.m. Tuesday, Fox. WEDNESDAY: Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley are back to host the 47th Annual CMA Awards. Among the highlights: performances by Taylor Swift, Vince Gill and Alison Krauss, and a tribute to Kenny Rogers. 8 p.m., ABC.

Chuck, the son of Lorraine and Nick Gust who died Dec, 5, 2013 at age 92, is the third generation Gust to be at the helm of the restaurant, His grandmother and grandfather, Anastasia and Charles Gust, who were Greek immigrants, founded the popular restaurant in 1927, Continuing the legacy of the commitment, dedication, and generosity of his grandfather and father, Chuck also maintains Nick’s Seashore Restaurant as the go-to venue for special celebratory occasions for those in the community, Bay Area, and beyond ballet slippers with ribbon ties for generations to come..

St. John’s Church: A haunted house and pre Halloween party built by teens in the lower depths of the building. Adjustable levels of scariness. Wear costumes and all who survive the Haunted House are invited to share Halloween games, jokes, stories, and songs in the Fireside Room. Open to all ages from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 26, at 2727 College Ave., free admission, 5109-845-6830. Library party: Games, crafts, and prizes for your little pumpkins. Costumes are encouraged. Bring non-perishables for the Contra Costa Solano Food Bank and help the library “scare away hunger!” Best suited for ages 5-11. 104. 4-45 p.m. Oct. 23. 104 Oak St. Free. 925-516-5290.