My name is Sky (ID# A1358453) and I am at the East Valley Animal Shelter located at 14409 Vanowen St, Van Nuys. I am a female, black and white Pit Bull Terrier. I am 11 months old and I want to live. I love children and other pets and most of all I would love a Mom and/or Dad.
After a recent trip to Paris it dawned on me that I really didn't see any fat people the entire time I was there. Everybody was generally speaking; in pretty good shape. Maybe it's the pressure of living in the fashion capital of the world. I mean how else are you going to get those skinny designer jeans on?
The monthly series of special screenings of prize-winning motion pictures by Film Festival Flix will continue on Wednesday, December 5 in Pasadena at Laemmle’s Playhouse 7 and on Thursday, December 6 in North Hollywood at Laemmle’s NoHo 7. The December film of the month will be “The Holy Land of Tyrol.”
When did the GOP get Hijacked by Religion?
The Religious Right is neither.
It has taken a few decades, but the evangelical Christians have succeeded in taking the Republican party hostage, thanks to greedy party leaders who will do anything for power and control, and thanks to the Tea Party, which may not all be religious fanatics, but because of their push to overthrow the government, have allowed themselves to be exploited by the Republicans right along with the kooky Jesus freaks. The Republican party and Christianity are being driven off a cliff thanks to the greedy ambitions of the GOP party.
Election day is getting closer and it looks as though the undecided voters will determine who will be the next most powerful leader in the world.
Film Festival Flix, the monthly film series which brings the film festival experience to communities around the country will benefit Matthew McConaughey’s “Just Keep Livin Foundation” and provide a portion of the proceeds from its November festival to his cause.
When dance and fitness instructor Heather West first envisioned opening her own dance studio, she dreamed of creating a space that liberated a woman's mind, body and spirit through movement.
Specials for the month of November @ Aeriform Arts!
10% off all 10 Packs! Use promo-code: 1year
The studio will offer a special Nail It Deep Series, taught by Niki Saccareccia and
Jennifer Netherby, consisting of a Back Bends workshop, Sunday, November 18th from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.; a Handstands workshop, Sunday, December 2 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.; and a Splits and Straddles workshop on Sunday, December 16 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
In part one of this three-part workshop series, you will learn techniques on the yoga mat to get deep into back bends. Whether you've already got your drop-back nailed, or just beginning to open a tight upper back, this workshop will give you the know-how to go deeper and make it happen. We will play with a variety of back bends that increase flexibility and energy. Expect to sweat, go upside down, and take home a few new tricks to add to your stage, pole, aerial or yoga routine.
Aeriform Arts houses an distinct roster of some of Los Angeles' best fitness instructors including Leigh Acosta, specializing in pole, lyra and aerial cirque; Amber Porter for aerial cirque, Hammock and Floor; Kristina Serna for BUTI ™ and Saharah Ali and Victoria Platt for aerial yoga.
Aeriform Arts is open daily. Soar with Aeriform Arts at http://aeriformarts.com/ or by calling 818-980-AERI (2374).
WHAT: Six Taste has teamed up with www.nohoartsdistrict.com to launch the NoHo Arts District Food Tours.
The NoHo Arts District is fast becoming one of Los Angeles's creative neighborhoods, a hotbed of all things artistic. It's a one-square-mile district filled with 20+ theatres, professional dance studios, art galleries, recording studios, boutiques, venues that give us one-of-a-kind events, and a myriad of unique dining options. New restaurants are opening that add to the neighborhood's artistic vibe. The NoHo Food Tour guests will explore the creativity found in the area's eclectic cuisine, sprinkled in with fun neighborhood history and trivia. Guests will sample delicate Latin fusion small plates and retakes on American classics, as well as nouveau Italian and soul food favorites topped off with homemade pies.
"North Hollywood is a walkable arts district, has a rich history, and has every art genre within its one-mile boundaries," says Jeff Okita, CEO of Six Taste. "So we were thrilled to partner with the NoHoArtsDistrict.com team to develop a food tour highlighting the neighborhood's quickly growing 'culinary arts' scene."
"We're excited to highlight all the NoHo arts events and fun neighborhood facts using a new medium - FOOD!" says www.nohoartsdistrict.com publisher Nancy Bianconi. "We partnered with Six Taste because there is no better way to introduce people to NoHo's unique offerings and vibe than by using the one thing everyone likes to do, eat delicious food."
Next Tour: Saturday, November 17 from 1-5PM.
WHERE: Guests meet at the North Hollywood Metro Redline under the METRO sign. Cross streets are Lankershim and Chandler blvds. Tour guide will be recognized by the Six Taste bag.
HOW: Book tickets on www.sixtaste.com.
About Six Taste
Six Taste is the largest and highest rated food tour company in Los Angeles and offers walking food tours through some of L.A.'s most dynamic neighborhoods each week. USC Alumni Jeff Okita founded the company in 2009 to create an outlet for his passion for LA and good food. Six Taste works with over 100 of the best eateries in LA, offering 70+ private and public tours a month, as well as regularly hosting food and drink themed events. More about Six Taste: www.sixtaste.com
Since 1998, nohoartsdistrict.com has been the official site for everything NoHo, providing latest local North Hollywood news, theatre reviews, arts news, events and information on what's happening in the NoHo Arts District, Los Angeles' all-inclusive arts district. Bookmark www.nohoartsdistrict.com and follow them on Twitter @officialnoho.
Collage Artists of America’s annual juried exhibit will open at Gallery 800 on November 3, 2012 with an opening reception from 5pm – 8pm. Sara L. Cannon of Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery is the juror. Over 60 artists contributed to the exhibit. Tanya Mikaela has won the top prize with “Brown Bag Buddha #17,” shown here.