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From a Begonia Festival to the crazy-good harmonies of Oakland’s T-Sisters to a Marlon Brando film fest — the weekend is yours for the taking. Last hurrah for dazzling Begonia Festival: If you’ve always been meaning to get down to Capitola for the annual Begonia Festival, this is the year. The 65th annual festival Sept. 2-4 will be the final one (heavy sigh) because the begonia capital’s sole remaining supplier of bulbs is discontinuing that part of the business. On Sept ballet shoes sketch. 2, help create a begonia mural, watch the float construction, join the sand sculpture contest or attend a movie or concert on the beach. The huge nautical parade on Soquel Creek starts at 1 p.m. Sept. 3, and parade-goers will line nearby bridges and roads. Sept. 4 events include a fishing derby and rowboat races. Details: Find the schedule and parade viewing locations at www.begoniafestival.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff..
Honoring Ray Charles: Celebrating the genius of Brother Ray, an outstanding sextet of Bay Area musicians has been digging into the songbook of the polymorphously soulful icon over the last few years in the Ray Charles Project. With a bevy of veteran players deeply versed in blues, jazz, soul, and funk, the all-star combo features the one-two punch of former Santana vocalist Tony Lindsay and former Hoodoo Rhythm Devils frontman Glenn Walters, Santana keyboardist David K. Mathews, blues guitar great Chris Cain, ace electric bassist Dewayne Pate, and supremely funky drummer Deszon Claiborne ballet shoes sketch. So hit the road, Jack, ‘cause the RCP lands at Armando’s in Martinez tonight. Details: 8 p.m.; $20; 925-228-6985, www.armandosmartinez.com.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent..
A man of many voices: Let’s hope Pablo Francisco is fully on the mend. The talented comedian and impressionist (he does one of the better Schwarzeneggers we’ve heard — and we’ve heard a lot) gave fans a scare in mid-July when he reportedly became disoriented and incoherent and fell off the stage at a Sacramento comedy club and was hauled away in an ambulance. The comedian’s publicist said afterward Francisco was taking a break to rest up and heal, and he has resumed performances, including a stint this weekend at San Jose Improv. Details: Six performances Aug. 31-Sept ballet shoes sketch. 3; $25; http://sanjose.improv.com.— Randy McMullen, Staff..
Recovered country star returns: Chris Stapleton fans have waited months to see the country music megastar, who was forced to postpone a show at the Shoreline Amphitheatre (as well as some other concerts) after injuring his right hand in the spring. Yet, their patience will be rewarded when Stapleton performs his rescheduled show Sept. 1 at the Mountain View venue. Stapleton is on the road in support of his sophomore effort, “From a Room: Volume 1,” which follows his Grammy-winning, double-platinum-certified “Traveller.” Anderson East and Lucie Silvas are also on the bill ballet shoes sketch. Details: 7 p.m.; $30.75-$70.75, www.livenation.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff..
Maaaaarlon!: Marlon Brando, the legendary, complex actor lauded for his influential, dead-on brilliant interpretations of unforgettable characters such as the destructive Stanley Kowalski and the mumbling Mafia don Vito Corleone, is the focus of an ambitious retrospective at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. “Marlon Brando: The Fugitive Kind” kicks off 8:15 p.m. Sept. 1 with a digitally remastered version of Elia Kazan’s sensational “A Streetcar Named Desire” — featuring the so-hot-it-seethes performance that landed Brando his first Oscar nomination. Other highlights include “The Wild One,” “On the Waterfront,” “One-Eyed Jacks” (which he directed), “The Godfather” and the insightful, utterly fascinating 2015 documentary “Listen to Me, Marlon,” among others. Details: Through Oct. 28; many films have repeat screenings; $8-$12; tickets, complete schedule and more information at bampfa.org.— Randy Myers, Correspondent ballet shoes sketch.