FILE - In this Sept. 13, 2014, file photo, Kansas City Royals' Salvador Perez celebrates in the dugout after he scored on a balk by Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Rubby De La Rosa during the fourth inning of a baseball game in Kansas City, Mo. The All-Star catcher for the Royals wore Victoria's Secret perfume late in the 2013 season, got four hits in a game, and has been spraying himself ever since. The sweet smell of success makes scents for him. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)

“We won. We celebrated. I asked him, where did you buy that?” Perez recalled this week at the World Series. “I need to buy some, maybe to wear for the rest of my life.”

Kim Robards takes notes while Keegan O'Brien rehearses a piece entitled "Amaranthine" Oct. 20 at her studio near East Colfax Avenue and Del Mar Parkway in Aurora. Kim Robards Dance company is opening its 28th season with performances on November 1 and 7 with a production called "3D: Dance, Drink, Desserts." (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

“The first movement is a metaphor for the beginning of time or how you might feel when weighted by grief or the inability to move forward, similar to Neanderthals,” Robards says. “But the second movement moves away from that. It really escalates, which was a challenge choreographically to keep that energy going, but hopefully we achieved that.”

FILE - This March 25, 2004, image shows workers with Art Reach Services installing the "Sodbuster, San Isidro" sculpture by University of Houston art professor Luis Jimenez in front to the Fine Arts Building at the University of Houston in Houston, Texas. New Mexico preservation officials are pushing for the home and studios of Jimenez to be added to the National Register of Historic Properties. Jimenez, a successful but often controversial sculptor whose work has been displayed at the Smithsonian and the Museum of Modern Art, died in 2006. (AP Photo/Thomas Shea, University of Houston)

“Even though his work is relatively recent, there’s really a consensus among art historians and museum curators and art critics on his importance in late 20th century American art,” said Steven Moffson, state and national register coordinator with the New Mexico Historic Preservation Division.