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VOL. 1, NO. 2
April 7, 2017
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27th Annual Pacific Coast Dream Machines
Page 3 Logan Johnson’s Move to South Florida
Page 4 Story Time: Lived To Write About It By Terry Denevan
Page 7 Local Photography
Page 9 Ready. Set. GO! Pacific Coast Dream Machines It’s quite simply the “Coolest Show on Earth”. This year’s spectacular 27th annual show will be held on Sunday, April 30, a one-day mega-show, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Half Moon Bay Airport, located in the picturesque seaside town of Half Moon Bay, CA about 20 miles south of San Francisco. Get ready for a world of wonder at the Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, a uniquely spectacular showcase of motorized mechanical marvels from throughout the 20th and 21st centuries.
Page 11 National Dance Week at Santana Row
When... Where Symphony Silicon Valley Presents Program Number Six of 2016-2017 Season
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Symphony Silicon Valley presents Bach & Mahler Saturday May 6 at 8pm and Sunday May 7 at 2:30pm at The California Theater 45 So. First Street in downtown San Jose Mahler’s Fifth is an epic journey that begins with a funeral march, endures turmoil, dances with abandon, confesses deep love, and ends finally in glory. It is a great testament to adversity surmounted, expressed in luxuriant orchestral colors and unforgettable melodies. The stage is set with an orchestral version of Bach’s Chaconne (originally for solo violin), in which a brief musical idea undergoes a series of transformations to become a statement of monumental proportion. Conductor Tatsuya Shimono Born in Kagoshima in 1969, Tatsuya Shimono cemented his international reputation as a conductor by winning First Prize at the 47th Besançon International Competition
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in 2001. Since then he has guest conducted major orchestras in Japan and abroad. He received great acclaim for his debuts in subscription concerts with the Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in 2009, and then in March 2010, made his debut with the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra.
About Symphony Silicon Valley Founded in 2002, Symphony Silicon Valley has progressed from daring idea to exciting reality, rapidly becoming the greater South Bay’s premiere orchestra and a notable community success story. The Symphony’s artists, nationally recruited, locally
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resident, with an average performance tenure in San Jose of over 20 years, are recognized as among the best in the greater Bay Area. Led by an exciting roster of distinguished guest conductors on the European model, the Symphony is an anchor tenant of San Jose’s magnificently restored downtown California Theatre, one of Northern California’s most outstanding music halls. There, audiences and critics alike greet its concerts with enthusiasm.
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Story Time Lived to Write About It By Terry Denevan Whenever I see a eucalyptus tree, I think back to my happy childhood summers in Long Beach, California. Atlantic Avenue, with two northbound and two southbound lanes, was a block away from our home. A stately grove of mature eucalyptus, fifty feet in height, lined the top of the fifteen-foot bluff paralleling the roadway. Those trees, unlike some eucalyptus, had smooth white trunks. Their gray slender leaves were five or six inches long. Seed pods, abundant and distinctive, littered the ground. My brother Dave and I, along
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Valley Extra Our Corner of the Valley By Scott Taper CORRECTION: In my last article, my inaugural article, I wrote that June Riley, CEO and founder of VCTaskforce graduated from Boston University. It was Northeastern University. Also, the meetings in San Francisco take place in 4 Embarcadero, not 1 Embarcadero. Now on to new business. Back in 1980 Dr. William D. Bradford, a young assistant professor at Stanford Business School wrote a monogram, a book on one subject that explored the effects of the newly granted variable rate mortgages that could be offered by savings and loans and banks. That monogram was written by Dr. Bradford as part of a summer project he performed as Summer Scholar for the San Francisco office of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board. It was entitled
“Mortgage-Backed Bonds for Savings and Loan Associations: Management and Public Policy Issues” (Bradford, W. D., 1980). His findings were profoundly predictive of the later turmoil in the real estate housing markets slowdowns in 1989 and predicting housing market crash. In Dr. Bradford’s writings, there were predictions that that mortgaged backed bonds could be severely affected because of the use of variable rate mortgages to attract buyers into home markets when there were shortages of qualified buyers. He correctly predicted that abuse of variable rate mortgages would eventually lead to a catastrophic collapse of the real estate market in the late 1990s or early 2000s. I know these facts because he entrusted his only copy to me when I was preparing my capstone team marketing
paper for my MBA at Santa Clara University. I, unfortunately, never returned it to Dr. Bradford and later I found that it was indeed out of print. This brings me to my point, which is avoiding variable rate mortgages, when possible. They are great for some home buyers in an undervalued market with expected future growth. Past experience has proven that variable rate mortgages are abused instruments
Scott Taper VP, Business Development, VCTaskforce SciTech Commercialization and Licensing Consultants www.scitechcal.com and must be used cautiously and only in a rapidly growing real estate market. Today’s fixed interest rates are historically low, enabling very low payments for higher value properties. When you buy, think long term. NOTE: After not receiving tenure at Stanford, Dr. Bradford went on be associate Dean
of the Business School at University of Maryland and later Dean at the University of Washington, where he now enjoys the status of dean emeritus, still teaching and writing. Reference: Bradford, W. D., 1980, “MortgageBacked Bonds for Savings and Loan Associations: Management and Public Policy Issues”
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Shake It Up National Dance Week at Santana Row
sjDANCEco presents sjDANCEco Festival Sunday, April 23, 2017 from 10:00am to 5:00pm (non-stop performances). The event will be held at Santana Row Park, 368 Santana Row, Stevens Creek Boulevard, San Jose, CA 95128. The outdoor festival stage is located on the main street of Santana Row in front of Lark Creek Kitchen between the wine bar and tequila bar. Celebrating National Dance Week - a cornerstone Bay Area Dance Week event - this free festival is also the kickoff to sjDANCEco’s 15th Season. Admission and parking is FREE The Coalition for
National Dance Week was formed in 1981 by a group of dance related organizations to bring greater recognition to dance as an art form. NDW volunteers host more than a thousand events nationwide during the observation. Sixty Bay Area dance organizations (from young children to professional companies and everything in between) present many styles of dance on Santana Row’s outdoor festival stage during a 7-hour program. The professional dance portion of the show is from 12:00 noon to 1:00pm. The celebration is part of National Dance Week and showcases the diversity of the Bay Area dance community. sjDANCEco is a yearround contemporary dance company based in San Jose, California that produces world
premieres by its core and guest choreographers, and presents the very best of Contemporary and Classic Modern Dance and Masterpieces of the American Modern Dance Repertory. In addition to a full season of dance concerts, sjDANCEco also is a major participant each Spring in free outdoor dance presentations during National Dance Week, international dance festivals, and has a full schedule of contemporary dance classes for the
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