Finally, for a bit of holiday weirdness, the place to be in recent years has been out by the Russian River, where the marvelously eccentric Pegasus Theater holds an annual variety show extravaganza. This year, it features elves and reindeer gang fighting to music from West Side Story, Santa going head to head with the Dalai Lama (make that the Lama with lots of lively choir music, quirky political satire, cute little children and singing and dancing Hanukkah candles. Written by Andrea van Dyke and Steven Fowler, the popular show gets five performances only, Dec.
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Bruh. The point where we disagree is you say that he shorted his company and drove it in a way that doesn reflect the company underlying characteristics. How did you possibly reach that conclusion, we don even know the company being talked about here? The only thing we know from OP is that apparently the share price still hasn recovered after years, so it seems the shorts weren wrong..
The curfew, which Shikada announced on Tuesday afternoon, was implemented as a way to protect businesses in commercial areas from potential damage stemming from recent protests. But after major backlash from residents and civil rights organizations, as well as the apparent de escalation of conditions that had led to the curfew in the first place, city officials agreed on Thursday morning to end it immediately.Shikada told this news organization that the police had not made any arrests related to residents violating the curfew, which he said was imposed to ensure public safety. The decision to institute the curfew was driven by incidents around Stanford Shopping Center, where police reportedly observed between 50 and 100 cars circling the mall on Sunday.The city was one of many jurisdictions around the Bay Area that had instituted curfews this week relating to protests demanding racial equality and justice after the May 25 killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police.