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Both have a lot of stuff to work through, as much from their respective childhoods as from their conditions, and as you might expect in a romantic comedy like this one, they help each other do that in their own idiosyncratic ways. Ever (yes, his name is Ever) is very clear in dialogue that his mild form of autism isn’t an impairment but simply a different way of processing the world around him, but the fact that he can’t stand to be touched is something that he’s trying to work on. He tries to look at it as a scientific project, the same way he studies facial expressions and body language online to try to better understand neurotypical people’s emotional cues.

Especially intriguing is the Lower Bottom Playaz’ “Ticky, Ticky, Boom!,” written and directed by founding director Ayodele Nzinga, The play depicts God (serenely cryptic Reginald ballet bangle ballet jewelry ballet gift pointe shoe tutu ballet dancer ballet pendant ballerina bangle ballerina bracelet balle Wilkins) and a disciple (aggressively accusatory Stanley Hunt) as homeless people in conspicuously pristine white garments, looking for someone to stop tacitly accepting injustice and actually help, Megan Lipari seems like an unlikely prospect as Becky, a well-off but newly aimless young white woman surprised to become the object of their impromptu interrogation, Poetic and ambiguous, the piece proceeds at a stately pace toward a striking but perplexing ending..

The event will also celebrate the past century in California and the 100th birthday of Filoli House. Flower-accented vintage cars, floral interpretations, elegant table settings, children’s bouquets, horticultural collections, educational exhibits, flower arranging demonstrations, and garden vignettes created by more than 100 designers inspired by the theme will add to the gala. Live music will be provided all three days. On May 5, the Opening Night Preview Party will be held from 5:30 to 8 p.m. to give attendees the first look at exhibits, a rare stroll in the Garden in the evening light, and a chance to talk with floral designers while enjoying live music, hors d’oeuvres, wine and champagne.

eResources at Your Library! eBooks, Audiobooks and Digital Magazines: 10:30 a.m.-noon Jan, 31, Teens and adults can learn about using the new and updated digital lending services through the library website, and the newest way to look at magazines on their computer, smart phone or tablet, Registration is required by Jan, 30, and limited to 15, Drop-in Computer, Tablet and e-Reader Help: noon-2 p.m, Saturdays, ballet bangle ballet jewelry ballet gift pointe shoe tutu ballet dancer ballet pendant ballerina bangle ballerina bracelet balle Teens, adults and seniors can get assistance on a drop-in basis on how to use computers, and can get help setting up e-readers, smart phones, tablets and using Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other programs..

FRIDAY: Conan O’Brien is the host for “Christmas in Washington,” an annual holiday gala attended by the president and first lady. Among the performers this year: Justin Bieber, Cee Lo Green, Jennifer Hudson and the Band Perry. 8 p.m., TNT. FRIDAY: The PBS Fall Arts Festival winds down in the Bay Area with a performance of “The Little Mermaid” by the San Francisco Ballet. The adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s tale was choreographed by John Neumeier, who also designed the sets, costumes and lighting. 9 p.m., PBS.

             

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