Saturday, January 20, 2007
Monday, January 15, 2007
- De-institutionalization (1958-1980) and re-institutionalization (1982-2000)
- Drop in the numbers in mental hospitals
- Increasing numbers in prison since 1980
Saturday, January 13, 2007
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Emceed by LGCSF soprano Carolyn Eidson, the chorus performs selections that run the gamut, from the 70-year-old Broadway tune “Down With Love” to Tom Lehrer’s catchy ditty “I Got It From Agnes” to the “Neighbors’ Chorus” from the comic opera La Jolie Parfumeuse. LGCSF is proud to showcase the world premiere of “Your New Stupid Boyfriend,” written by Bay Area composer Jack Curtis Dubowsky.
Under the direction of Stephanie Lynne Smith and featuring original “choralography” by Kirk Johnson, “Love Bites” is a unique experience, where depravity and fun go hand in hand. Both evenings feature a variety of solo, duet, and group performances and will include a 50/50 raffle. Concessions are available for a donation. Saturday night features a live auction. Don’t miss this event!
Tickets are $15 to $30 general admission, sliding scale, and may be purchased directly from the Theatre Rhino box office, 415-861-5079 or online at www.therhino.org.
Monday, January 01, 2007
Some highlights of 2006:
March: Iwan helped me to get my new Vaio laptop; I started Stormy Petrel blog and the fun began.Farewell, 2006. I'll miss you, Grandma Danley, and Audrey.
April: Michael gave the Marie Equi/earthquake talk in SF...the laptop worked.
May: We traveled to Portland and Michael presented the Doctor Train. The laptop worked again, by remote this time!
June: Laurie and Markus had their wedding in Seattle.
July: My nephew Ian visited us in SF with my Mom and Dad. I was in three performances of Group Therapy at the Raven Theatre in Chicago with LGCSF.
August: I escape the heat in the US to visit Guatemala and deliver medical and school supplies with Rainbow World Fund.
September: I started Dale's Scene blog
October: San Francisco had another heat wave, and then I began my new job at the California Endowment.
November: 2 words: Nancy Pelosi.