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What You're Doing Tonight: Feb. 17

Yoga, cake decorating and keyboard funk

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    What You're Doing Tonight: Feb. 17
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    You too can become a Yoga master if you are willing to put in the time.

    JUST BRETHE: If the economy and the gloomy weather is getting to you, you may just need to take a moment to breathe. Learn how to breate like a pro in the Art of Living Course : Yoga of Breath course that starts tonight. Learn how to relax your body, decrease stress and get into shape. The class kicks off at 7 p.m. and runs through the weekend at 600 Valley Way Bldg #5 in Milpitas. For tickets or more information check out the Art of Living on line.

    BECOME A TOP CHEF: Learn how to decorate your own cakes and save money instead of buying frozen treats from Coldstone. A new class at Delta College, 5151 Pacific Avenue in Stockton, kicks off tonight and will give you 12 hours of personal instruction so you too can become your own Top Chef. For more information, visit the class' Web site.

    SUSHI AND A SHOW: Keyboardist Manny Moka rocks the stage with some of the Bay Area’s finest musicians tonight with a series of hot, sassy and funky with some picante Latin seasoning. Yoshis will host you for dinner and a good show starting at 8 p.m. at 1330 Fillmore St. in San Francisco. Grab tickets or more information at Yoshis Web site.