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SUPER SPOT: Serra High grad Tom Brady wasn’t the only local boy who had a strong performance during Sunday’s Super Bowl LI broadcast. San Jose actor Jeffrey Adams was featured in a commercial for Sutter Health, a regional spot that ran only in Northern California markets. The Bellarmine College Prep and Santa Clara University grad is actually having an MVP year of his own so far. He is nominated twice in the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards, as Principal Actor in a Musical for his work in both SF Playhouse productions of “City of Angels” and “She Loves Me.” With two of the five nominations in the category, his odds are certainly better than the Patriots’ were heading into the fourth quarter.

“We have been approached on countless occasions by promoters who wanted to bring music to the facility,” Page said, “We never took any of those seriously, This was the first time the business proposition and the philosophy were appealing to us.”, The first of the raceway music festivals ballet bag backpack personalised holdall baby glitter dance dancer ballerina bag stage costume tap jazz shoe hair name rucksack will be in August at the Kentucky Speedway, The lineup is expected to be announced in the next couple of weeks, Page said, The festival would include overnight camping for 6,000 music fans, Bands would play from noon to midnight and a dance party tent would be open until 4 a.m..

“Elvis All-Star Tribute” (special, 9 p.m., NBC). “BTK: A Killer Among Us” (10 p.m., Investigation Discovery). “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” (11 p.m., HBO). “At Home with Amy Sedaris” (10 p.m., tru TV). “Survivor” (8 p.m., CBS). “Documentary Now!” (10 p.m., IFC). “The Oath” (Sony Crackle). “Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry” (8 p.m., E!). “FLACK” (10 p.m., Pop). “DESUS & MERO” (11 p.m., Showtime).

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• Ever have the desire to dissect an owl pellet? On Feb. 4, from noon till 4 p.m., you’ll get your chance, as the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA invites the public to tour its Wildlife Care Center, a state-of-the-art facility inside and on the roof of its Center for Compassion at 1450 Rollins Road, Burlingame. Visitors will learn about the wild animals cared for at the facility, and why they need human intervention. The free event will include crafts, a raffle, and activities including dissecting owl pellets and cleaning glue and oil from feathers. Donations of mealworms, raw unsalted peanuts, dove seed, unsalted creamy peanut butter and spray millet are welcome.PHS/SPCA is able to hold this event in February because of the usual seasonal decline in incoming animals. Many of the 4,000 sick, injured and orphaned wildlife patients arrive spring through late summer and include seabirds, hawks, owls, ducklings and mammals. Care is made possible by donations and dozens of volunteers assisting highly-trained staff. At peak times, staff and volunteers attend to more than 350 wild animals. For more information, call Lead Wildlife Technician Ashley Damm at 650-340-7022, ext. 456, or email adamm@phs-spca.org.

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