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Ad Libs: 'Art without inhibitions'

Uploaded: Jul 24, 2009
To find the new home of Art For Well Beings, you have to wander a bit. The little art center is, as director Judy Gittelsohn says, "tucked in behind" a cluster of buildings off Palo Alto's Park Boulevard. You cross a small courtyard green with shrubbery, then see the spiky, cheerful cacti lining the classroom windowsill.

I liked this place right away.

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Posted by Cynthia Handy, a resident of ,
on Oct 13, 2009 at 5:23 pm

The Late John Lee Hooker of Los Altos Hills has a grand-daughter who suffers with myeloma bone marrow cancer. The Hooker Family Presents A Benefit:@ Quarter Note Bar & Grill October 21st-22nd 7pm-1am. The line-up of entertainers included are Grammy Nominated John Lee Hooker Jr. Zakiya Hooker,Archie Lee Hooker,JLH Original Coast to Coast Band, Sista Monica, Blues Hall of fame inductee Alvin Draper, Tavis P, Grammy Nominated Craig Robinson ft. Second Cuzins, Ceasar Myles, and many more artists. This is to be a night of music extravaganza. 1214 Apollo way Sunnyvale Ca cross at Lawrence expy tel# 408-732-2110 www.quarternote.com
$20 adv $25 at door $50 VIP.


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