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Se7en Teahouse Bar, N. The concert celebrates the 90th birthday and th birthday of Leonard Bernstein and Johann Brahms, with choral pieces performed by Reno Philharmonic Chorus.
Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, S. The Eyeball, Ryland St. Skis, snowboards, telemark skis, or split boards are all acceptable.
Two races will be a part of this event, the advanced race and the regular race. Prizes will be provided for best time male and female plus a raffle for everyone participating.
Enjoy breakfast and an award ceremony at Snowflake Lodge before the mountain opens for the day.
The morning training sessions help prepare runners for the three race options in the Rock-n-River Marathon and familiarizes participants with the course that winds along the Truckee River and downtown Reno.
The fun runs are for all fitness levels from beginning to advanced. Fitness Millennium, California Ave. Reno Events Center, N.
King St. Carson High School, N. Saliman Road, Carson City, , www. Martina Young and choreography from the dancers within the company.
F, 8pm; Sa, 8pm. Pioneer Underground, S. Masonic Temple, 40 W. First St. Nightingale Concert Hall, N. Bruka Theatre, 99 N. Audience members vote by donating to their favorite artist.
Free, donations to charities encouraged. Call or visit website for details. Warm up with yoga stretches then build the workout with belly dance moves that tone the body.
Th, pm. Eight weekly classes. Students will gain confidence and bring a new dimension of depth and interest to their colored pencil artwork, a technique that can be carried over into other media as well.
Nevada Fine Arts, S. Tu, pm. Fee is by donation. The Spiritual Element, Casazza Drive, , www. Attendees should bring their own sewing machine.
Please call or stop in and pick up a materials list from the Wildflower Gallery. Learn about negative painting, lost and found edges and lots of tricks and techniques unique to watercolor.
The class will cover drawing, composition and color mixing. Beginners are welcome, as well as experienced painters who want to learn more about flower painting.
Class supply list will be e-mailed to you upon registration or can be obtained at the store. RSVP recommended. The gallery plans to add an Wednesday evening session in April.
Wildflower Village, W. Call for suggested materials list and to reserve your seat at the worktable. Dancing is for all levels.
Singles and beginners are welcome. F, pm. Reno Senior Center, E. F, 11am-3pm. Tu, pm; Su, noon. Fourth Th of every month, pm. Renown Health Boardroom, Mill St.
The project will restore a vehicle route to natural conditions. Transportation and carpooling can be arranged through Friends of Nevada Wilderness.
Call to sign up. Call or visit website for details, Locations vary, , www. Om Home, Grant Drive, No. First W of every month, 6pm.
Sun Valley Neighborhood Center, W. Sixth St. W, pm. Every other Th, pm. Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women who have become addicted to drugs.
The group members meet regularly to help each other stay clean. Th, am. Warren Nelson Building, W.
W; Su. Call for details, Donors must be healthy, weigh at least pounds and be at least 17 years old.
Call to make an appointment. Call for details, , www. The deadline for entries in the issue of Thursday, April 2, is Thursday, March Their variety show features original sketch comedy, improv comedy, musical comedy, videos and more.
Fourth Tu of every month, pm. The show is based on a larger exhibition that was displayed at the National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, Md.
Northwest Reno Library, Robb Drive, At pm, the group will walk to City Plaza to form a human peace sign to send a message of peace.
Bruce R. Thompson Courthouse and Federal Building, S. Great Basin Brewing Co. The event takes place in Room PREDATORS: This educational exhibit features hands-on displays featuring predators from the modern and ancient world, as well as appearances by a live wolf and wild cat with animal handler Mace Loftus.
Every month offers a different theme. A part of the proceeds are donated to a local charity. You must be 21 and older to participate.
The tour is limited to 20 people. Third Sa of every month, 10am. Visit www. KidScape Productions, N. McCarran Blvd. Su, 10am-5pm.
There will art and reading activities for kids ages Six weekly classes. No class on April Tu, Th, am. Kids can enjoy workshops, face painting and tours of the historic Lake Mansion built in He was a deeply troubled man, never comfortable in his own skin, always wanting something that was desperately out his reach, willing to go to any length to grab it, which ultimately caused the failure of his greatest prize, the American presidency.
That he believed he was always acting with America's best interest in mind is interesting. The fact that he was so skewed in the way in which he should achieve that goal is equally as fascinating.
As an outsider looking in, one has to ask, how can someone believe that executing a completely illegal move would be in the country's best interest?
My actual memory of the events of Watergate, Nixon's resignation and subsequent pardon are fuzzy as I was in junior high when these things unfolded.
I remember being at summer camp when Nixon resigned. They announced it at dinner and I didn't really understand what a big deal it was.
My parents were Nixon supporters so I didn't have the vilified view of him that I'm sure most Democrats at the time did.
When Ford pardoned Nixon I probably thought it was a nice thing to do. Now, as I reflect upon my own political ideology, I realize that I likely would've been furious about what was happening.
I had to wonder how Nixon could allow his "men" to go to jail while he himself accepted the pardon. I know that some say it would've devastated our country to put the President on trial.
I disagree. I think the inability to tell the truth is what devastates our country. Clinton's abuse of power and his subsequent inability to tell the truth turned his little sexual tryst into a national crisis.
Bush's deception created great mistrust in the public eye and lost him all credibility in the end. I hope and pray that Obama will at least continue to speak with the candor that has so far marked his public speech.
His ability to admit that appointing Daschle for a cabinet level post was a mistake was rather refreshing. I don't want Obama to make mistakes, but at least for one brief moment he was willing to face the music.
Of course, throughout the film my thoughts did wander to the George W. Bush administration. I do feel that this administration willfully deceived the public in order to execute certain actions.
I believe that in his heart, Bush felt that he was acting in the interest of America. And yet, by the time his presidency ended, America was reeling from financial crisis, our standing around the world was shot, and he had the lowest approval rating of any sitting President.
At least in the last months of his Presidency he showed a modicum of humility by admitting to some mistakes and by helping Obama transition into the White House with grace.
Even so, I feel like Bush's administration left a lot of shadiness in its wake. And sadly, Bush made it clear that while he was President, if you questioned his actions, you were unpatriotic.
He governed with fear as tool to keep the people trusting in his leadership. I believe the Bush presidency ultimately failed. Others disagree and say it's too soon to tell.
Many supporters comment that at least he kept America safe. I just don't see it that way. I felt more unsafe while Bush was president. His arrogance and rogue spirit cultivated a disdain for America around the world that did not serve us well.
That so much of the world was dancing in the streets when Obama got elected reveals what a relief much of the world felt when Bush was finally finished setting the course for American politics.
It's no secret that I did not enjoy Bush's presidency. It will be interesting to see what the legacy turns out to be. The parallels between the Nixon administration and the Bush administration are curious.
I do feel that Bush was every bit as dishonest as Nixon was even if he never executed a criminal offense.
And I do feel that Bush, like Nixon, had love for country in the forefront of his mind, however misguided the notion may have been. So what do we do when our leaders think they are acting in our best interest when many of us felt that in the case of Bush, his actions were pure disaster?
It proves to me that we need more than "yes men" around us. The notion of surrounding ourselves with folks who can fully and freely reveal our blindspots is absolutely key.
It's very hard to do because no one likes to be told that they are short-sighted or worse, wrong. And yet perhaps so much trauma and peril could be avoided if we could learn to share our perspectives with one another, not so much with a mind to be right, but to discern the best course for the bigger picture.
It was fun to see the film with someone who grew up in the UK. She is decidedly younger than we are so her memory of said events was not so clear.
But we like her anyway! I had a bizarre and unexpected reaction to the Swedes who were sitting in the audience. Their reaction to certain events in the film disturbed me greatly.
They laughed in places where it felt like mockery. The disdain that seemed to exude from their collective responses created a visceral reaction in my gut.
I wanted to stand up in the theater and scream, "You just don't fully understand how complicated the American political landscape can be.
You live in a country that has, well, zero impact on the global scene so why don't you all get down off your self-righteous high horses?
But it was weird. I mean, me, a patriot of the highest order? Feeling like I wanted to defend Nixon to the folks who live in the nation that I now call home?
Well, it wasn't really wanting to defend Nixon as much as it was a desire to ask them to have a little more understanding of the perils of power.
One of my complaints about the Swedes is that they can be rather self-righteous, especially when it comes to their critique of others, especially Americans.
And I think they lack the depth of understanding it takes to really do an honest and fair critique. Sweden has largely been a homogeneous society, where variance of points of view are quite slight.
They have a natural tendency to head for consensus rather than valuing a hotly debated difference of opinion. Sweden is a country of 9 million people, the equivalent of the Chicago metro area.
Problems are fairly easily solved here due to the smallness of the population. And let's face it, when was the last time you saw the Swedish Prime Minister involved in a International crisis?
Bonus points to someone who can post the Prime Minister's name without googling it! Sweden is not the go to country when it comes to global issues.
This isn't a put down of Sweden. It's a reality check. I found their disdain for Nixon's weaknesses almost hurtful and as I've reflected upon it, I can only deduce that my gut reaction, which surprised no one more than it surprised me, is rooted in a desire for a little empathy from the Swedes as to how complex American politics and society are.
I guess their reactions felt to me as if they themselves would never find their leaders in such an ethical dilemma. And it is there that they are wrong.
All governments have blind spots. The only real issue is how deeply do they affect their nations and how widely known are they?
Nixon was a flawed leader with numerous blind spots. You'd be a fool to think otherwise. The film, however, moved me to a deeper level of empathy rather than critique.
That his presidency, resignation, and eventual pardon represent a troubled and sad time in American history is indisputable, but coming to a greater understanding of why Nixon did the things he did was a valuable experience for me.
I obviously think he was wrong, but I didn't sit in that theater believing that myself or any other person with that kind of power would be exempt from the temptations of the office.
I guess I just felt like the Swedish people who were sitting around me watched the film while looking down their noses.
I didn't like it and I'm trying to more fully understand why I had the reaction that I did. But it also felt good to feel a bit patriotic and have a small desire to defend my America, flaws and all.
After having been at this for a few months, my curiosity has gotten the best of me. I have a blog site meter now that gives me some statistics as to how many readers there have been in a given period, where these readers live, etc.
Pretty cool, actually. Only a few readers have posted comments and I would love to hear more comments and I would actually love to know who is reading.
I am honored that you would spend even 5 minutes of your day listening to what I think about everything from presidents to poop.
So, if you get a minute, sometime let me know who you are gentle reader. And please, feel free to post a comment.
The first time you try to post, you'll have to fill out a little security area and then the post comes to me before it is published.
This is so I can avoid having any weird posts on my site that I may not think are the best for public consumption! But barring anything lewd or inappropriate, I will post your comments!
You can even be critical or contrary, but just be nice! So happy reading. And thanks again for checking in.
Labels: blog readers , comments , site meter , tracking. Pet Peeve, Literally. Time for a Monday morning rant. I hate it when pet owners don't pick up their dog poop.
I don't understand why in the world someone would feel that it is unnecessary to clean up after their dog.
I mean, seriously, would anyone change their child's diaper and then just chuck it into the park or onto the sidewalk?
Do people leave dirty diapers lying around bathrooms? No, we civilly dispose of diapers in a manner that creates a pleasant environment for all.
And herein lies the heart of my peeve And here in Sweden, we love to enjoy the great outdoors as often as we can. For some reason, people think that when it snows, and the poop drops silently and deeply into the freshly fallen snow that somehow because they can't see it on the ground surface, it is totally acceptable to just leave it.
The problem is, the poop doesn't melt with the snow and when a little warm up occurs, every surface of park, sidewalk and street is littered with dog crap.
The reason that this has become an acute peeve of mine is because of late, the park where Tanner does his morning business is totally covered in dog poop of all shapes and sizes.
I feel like I'm walking through a mine field during our morning outing and it disgusts me. I've stepped in a pile on more than one occasion, with my waffle bottom shoes, and believe me, getting those soles clean adds at least 15 minutes to my already packed morning routine, easily foiling my plans to get into work on time.
How in the world you could feel that leaving a big 'ol pile of dog crap on someone's entry is a socially acceptable move is beyond me.
Here in Sweden, they even make these wonderful bags, called poop bags, bajs poop in Swedish pasar bags that are the perfect size and shape for making a quick swoop scoop of your pet's excrement and being done with whole nasty business in less than 10 seconds, creating hours of enjoyment for the rest of society.
Now, I will grant you that even the most responsible dog owner, present company included forgets to carry enough bajs pasar.
There are the rare occasions when Tanner will take a double dump walk and it sometimes catches us off guard. But even then, I scrounge around in the trash, look for something acceptable on the street that I could use to pick it up, or at the very least, return to the scene of my transgression later in the day, with bag in hand, to pluck up the offending pile.
It's not that hard to do your part to keep your city clean and acceptable for the public. I honestly do not mind for a minute picking up Tanner's business, especially because it takes less than a minute.
But I absolutely do not want to see or touch or for sure step in another dog's. It's like the kid thing Some final thoughts on public excrement while I'm in rant mode.
If you don't want to pick up your dog's poop, don't have a dog. Dogs have to poop and while they can be trained to poop outside, they cannot figure out how to dispose of it.
We as their loving and caring owners must help them with this step. If you don't want to do this, get a horse. For some reason, when a horse lets loose of its bowels, we're fine with it staying on the path or the street.
Recess approaches and one of the lads tells Joseph to watch out. How will the confrontation play out?
Director Steph Green's "Newboy" is a classic new-kid-on-the-block, fish-out-of-water narrative that comes alive through Cinematographer PJ Dillon's clean camera work and scene set-ups that literally catches both the vibrant warmth of Joseph's African homeland and yet set against a chilling coldness of another sort and the cold, grayness of Ireland and yet a peculiar kind of warmth and care which underscores the metaphor of an initial cultural clash.
The expressiveness and humor of the brilliant and mainly child actors is stellar and it's they who will charm you and warm your heart.
Given the timelessness of the narrative the success of the remake of "The Karate Kid" starring Jaden Smith comes to mind this sort of 11 min.
This would be especially true in North American cinemas where it's difficult for films outside of certain cities to see great little films from overseas.
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