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A: There are many different reasons but ultimately at the end of the day, Girls Who Code participants say, “I didn’t know that computer programming could be fun. I didn’t know that I could do it.” It’s really inspiring because year after year, we hear between 95 and 97 percent of participants say they’re definitely going to major or minor in computer science when they go to college. A: I think when we get to the stage where women feel that networking is the same for both genders, when we get to that point of 50 percent female representation in the tech industry, then that’s when you’ll start hearing about what is the next big thing. Right now, we still have a lot of work to do with just those two tools.

The night meant so much to these fans, who came from all over the Bay Area Thursday to rejoice in the music silver leather ballet slipper - full sole- adult size us 6 / eu 37 of Bob Seger and his mighty Silver Bullet Band at the SAP Center in San Jose, They sang along at top volume, often eclipsing Seger’s own vocals, Their cheers echoed through the building, celebrating not just Seger’s music but also the people, places and events that they’ll forever associate with it, This happens whenever Seger comes to town, Yet, the feeling of nostalgia — colored by lost loves, old friends and good times — was particularly strong on this night..

Perhaps that’s because most everyone seemed to realize that this may well be Seger’s final tour (he plays the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento Monday night). The Detroit rocker, who turns 70 in May, has said he’ll consider retiring after this tour ends. Given what we saw on Thursday night, however, it’s really hard to imagine Seger walking away from the road anytime soon. He delivered a fantastic show, which stretched nearly two hours and contained some 20 songs that ranged from solid to spectacular.

Seger warned the crowd early on that he was just getting over a cold, which likely explains why he rescheduled his Sacramento gig from earlier this silver leather ballet slipper - full sole- adult size us 6 / eu 37 week to Monday, Indeed, it initially seemed like the cold might hamper his performance, He limped a bit through the night’s first slow song, “Mainstreet,” but quickly bounced back and remained in solid vocal shape throughout the rest of the concert, Of course, it didn’t hurt that Seger could lean on his 14-piece Silver Bullet Band, absolutely one of the finest backing outfits in rock history, The group motored along like a muscle car, handling all the twists and turns in the set list with style and confidence, The band featured three backing vocalists and a dynamite four-piece horn section, yet the biggest thrills came courtesy of Rob McNelley, who delighted the 9,000-plus fans in attendance with his epic guitar work..

Seger opened the show with “Roll Me Away” — and off we went. Dressed in a black T-shirt and jeans, with his hair as silver as the Bullet Band itself, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer quickly continued through the Memphis funk number “Tryin’ To Live My Life Without You” and then an incendiary “The Fire Down Below.”. He brought the fans to their feet with “Old Time Rock & Roll,” the tune forever immortalized in the Tom Cruise dance scene in the film “Risky Business.” Seger also showcased the new album “Ride Out” to mixed results, with the two original compositions — “The Fireman’s Talkin” and “It’s Your World” — not making much of a mark but the two covers — “California Stars” and “Detroit Made” — capturing the crowd’s attention.

The second half of the show was even stronger than the first, with the turning point being “Like a Rock,” a tune that Seger has eschewed in concert in recent years, likely because the song lost much of its luster after being used to sell Chevys in a ubiquitous TV ad, Yet, it’s still one of his best tunes — with deeply moving lyrics and guitar leads for the ages, That silver leather ballet slipper - full sole- adult size us 6 / eu 37 led directly to the finest segment of the night, with the powerful “Travelin’ Man” married to — a la 1976’s “Live Bullet” concert album — the poignant “Beautiful Loser.” The bridge between the two songs alone was worth the price of admission..

Seger brought the main set to a close with a cover of John Hiatt’s “Detroit Made,” which is probably not the song most fans would’ve chosen, but still one that makes sense for a band that has a dozen Michigan natives in it. The first encore was a slam-dunk success, featuring “Against the Wind” and “Hollywood Nights.” The second was just as great, with “Night Moves” giving way to “Rock and Roll Never Forgets.”. It was an appropriate end to an evening that most of these fans will likely never forget.

From its Victorian gingerbread-topped bluffs to its begonia-bedecked boats, silver leather ballet slipper - full sole- adult size us 6 / eu 37 the Capitola we see today stems from an unexpected mix of happy campers, cooling coastal fog and a plucky fictional character, Capitola LeNoir, In 1869, Soquel pioneer Samuel Alonzo Hall leased the land and soon found people knocking on his door — summer tourists, hoping to escape the inland heat, So Hall’s daughter, Lulu Hall Green, suggested they open a campground with canvas tents, stables, excursion boats and an outdoor dance floor — and, legend has it, she named the place after a spunky young woman, who appears in the popular 19th century novels of Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth..

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