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It’s a big weekend for fans of San Jose’s resident peregrine falcons, who’ll be watching to see if any of the four eggs in the nest box high up on City Hall begin to hatch mens latin dance shoes. Clara and Fernando El Cohete, her mate since 2012, have been taking turns watching over the clutch of eggs since their arrival over the past few weeks. Observers on the falcons’ Facebook page — of course they have a Facebook page — anticipate the eggs could begin hatching as soon as Friday..
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SWEET DISPLAY: Artist Charlotte Kruk — who makes wearable art from an amazing array of recycled items — has put her talents to use decorating the storefront window of Deb Rohzen‘s Simply Smashing! boutique in downtown Campbell. The whimsical display, titled “Circo, Cirque, Circus; Super Chocolate Circus,” features human-animal hybrid circus performers created out of papier mache and candy wrappers, as well as showcasing two acrobat costumes — the look like ballet tutus — made using “Mother’s Circus Animal” bags mens latin dance shoes.
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They’re not kidding around about the top prize, though, which is $2,500, plus $500 for the music department of the winner’s school. The 10 young women who made the finals are from around the Bay Area: Abby Waterman (Los Gatos High), Ally Boles (Westmont High), Catherine Wellwood (Herman Intermediate School), Julia Owens (Pinewood High), Kristen Champlin (Leland High), Lyla Rose Neely (Oakland School of the Arts), Nicole Baranchuk (Westmont High), Sabrina Kazemipour (Sacred Heart Prep), Sierra McKenna (Christopher High) and Sophie Huang (Dublin High) mens latin dance shoes.