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The couple founded M.E. Fox & Co. in 1965 and were mainstays on the South Bay business scene until they sold the company’s beer distribution rights in 2015. Their generosity may have extended even farther, though, supporting causes including the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Foundation, Silicon Valley FACES, Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School, People Acting in Community Together and Santa Clara University’s Board of Regents. Michael Fox Sr. attended both the University of Notre Dame and the Siebel Institute of Technology in Chicago, where he received a postgraduate degree in Brewing Science and Technology. But the honorary degree may be especially sweet for Mary Ellen Fox, who left Barat College of the Sacred Heart in Lake Forest, Ill., in 1959 when she was just a semester away from earning her degree. It was hard to argue with the reason: Love.
“Mike was on his way to California, having just finished brewing school, and he wanted me to get married and come with him,” she said, “He has always been a great salesman!”, And now you can say they’re both “Doctors of Philanthropy,” too, END OF AN ERA: After nearly 45 years of performing everywhere from Steve Wozniak‘s US Festival to Willow Glen’s Dancin’ on the Avenue, the Joe Sharino Band has decided to hang up their instruments at freed of london brown pointe shoes the end of 2017..
Few local bands can claim to have the fan loyalty enjoyed by the rock ‘n’ roll group whose core members are Joe Sharino, Andy Morales, Mark Belshaw and David Petrucci. Since the news was announced last month, the band’s Facebook page has been inundated with well-wishes and memories, whether it was from Sharino’s early days playing solo at the Garrett and the Parlor in Campbell to the band’s packed “New Year’s Eve Eve” shows at the Cocoanut Grove in Santa Cruz. Along the way, there were a couple of records, an MTV video and even a stint as the 49ers “house band” in the late ’90s.
The band has lined up at least a dozen public shows on its “farewell tour,” and there will be plenty of private events, too, The traditional “New Year’s Eve Eve” show is happening Dec, 30 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Palo Alto, followed up by a Dec, 31 concert at the freed of london brown pointe shoes Embassy Suites in Monterey. Tickets for all the shows between now and then have been selling at a good clip as fans hope to get in a last dance, so keep tabs on the schedule at www.jsband.com, Thanks for the music, Joe, It’s been a real blast..
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And you can make your own music, too, by taking part in San Jose Jazz’s “Bring Your Instrument to Work Day.” You can jam with San Jose Jazz freed of london brown pointe shoes musicians during lunch at Plaza de Cesar Chavez, and if you forget your instrument, they’ll have a couple of loaners available, Kerry Adams Hapner, San Jose’s director of cultural affairs, says the city’s residents deeply value creative expression and practice an array of cultural traditions — and that includes sharing their musical talents, “Make Music San José celebrates music as a core part of life in our city,” she said..
You can get a list of all the events going on downtown and beyond or sign up to participate in your own way at www.makemusicday.org/sanjose. FUNNY POLITICS AS USUAL: San Jose Stage is getting ready for “Monday Night Live!,” its annual political satire fundraiser on June 26, and it’s signed up San Jose Vice Mayor Magdalena Carrasco as the show’s guest host. I’ve sat in on some of the show’s planning meetings, so I can tell you that a few of Carrasco’s fellow councilmembers — including rookies Dev Davis, Lan Diep and Sergio Jimenez — are slated to take part as well. With San Jose development all over the headlines, it’s not a big shock that “Monday Night Live” chairs Jerry Strangis and Dennis Martin have lined up a trio of developers — Michael Van Every of Republic, Chris Neale of Core Companies and Mark Tersini of KT Urban — for a skit.
Uproar Brewery, which opened on South First Street this past week, will be providing the food for the pre-show reception at 5 p.m, The main show should get started around 7ish, Tickets are $75-$100 and can be purchased by calling 408-283-7142 or going to www.thestage.org/tickets, JUST FOR LAUGHS: There should be laughter bouncing off the walls at the Black Cat Licorice Theater this weekend thanks to the San Jose Improv Festival, Guest teachers from around the country led workshops during the day, with improv shows at night, The fest wraps up with an 8 p.m, Sunday show at the theater at 260 McEvoy St., off of West San Carlos freed of london brown pointe shoes St, Check it out at www.americanimprovtheatre.com..