AN ECO-RIDDLE: What helps you GO GREEN and carries all your stuff? A ToadBag! These adorable, environmentally-friendly 100% cotton tote bags are uber-hip (make that uber-hop) when you’re shopping or schlepping. And they help you GO GREEN in 3 ways: 1) They replace those oh-so-nasty plastic supermarket bags that damage the environment. 2) Each purchase provides a contribution to Amphibian Ark – an international organization dedicated to saving 3000 species of frogs in danger of extinction! 3) One side of the bag features 5 funny [...]
Author, radio star and humorist David Sedaris packed Royce Hall on Saturday, June 28th in the final event of UCLA Live’s 2007-2008 season. It was a hilarious evening, featuring David reading new work and a selection of essays from his best-selling books, excerpts from The New Yorker and even his diary! The sold-out audience cheered as Mr. Sedaris took the stage, and the enthusiasm continued all night with constant laughs.
The World Premiere of Jonathan Tolins’ “Secrets of the Trade” at the award-winning Black Dahlia Theater in the gentrifying Pico District is a drama well worth seeing.
This new musical is based on Sonia Levitin’s award-winning book The Return, which recounts the story of the Falashas’ daring exodus from Ethiopia in 1984 and the secret airlift known as “Operation Moses” that saved 8,000 of them. Later, another removal brought the remaining 16,000 out of bondage.
This family-friendly adventure tale at the Geffen Playhouse stars award-winning actor Gregory Itzin, best known for his role as President Charles Logan on the TV show “24.”
Taiwan is an exotic country full of modern and vibrant cities, picturesque mountaintop villages and unique oceanside settlements. Visitors can experience different customs, diverse lifestyles, strange languages, and traditional Taiwanese culture and arts that have been passed down for generations. And of course, an array of exotic cuisines that will totally please and completely surprise the palate.
There’s a community pool around the corner, and I have been contemplating dusting off my swim trunks and getting in some exercise. Now it’s not just a little wading pool, it’s a large pool with divided lap lanes—at least 12 lanes. This wouldn’t be such a big deal if swimming wasn’t so boring. You see, here’s my dilemma. I love music, and my iPod is a permanent appendage attached to my ears. I never leave home without it. So the thought of me shedding my little headphones for more than a few minutes (to shower and shave) is simply not feasible. Imagine the sheer delight of discovering SwiMP3v2!
(Written by Sean McKenzie)
As is within, so is without! Finding peace within yourself along with your outer self is often easier said than done; but it can be accomplished with dramatic benefits as your reward through our topic of the day. Yoga’s omnipotent powers are not to be taken lightly, ladies, as the secrets it holds will grant you inner peace along with heavenly curves.
Written by Anthony Heredia and Featuring Beth Shaw of YogaFit
It’s summer 2008 and that itty bitty designer bikini begs to sashay its gorgeous way out and wrap your lovely curves once more for a trip across the golden sands. Some love summer while others dread it, due to a few pesky imperfections that just won’t budge. Our bodies can be so inconsiderate.
(Articles by fitness trainer/nutritionist Anthony Heredia)
In this article we explore the monumental benefits of dance on your overall life and not just your waist. You see, the idea is to enjoy exercise. This is crucial because it ensures that you will do it again. Studies have shown that most individuals will stick to a program or plan for an average of eight weeks at most before they give up and move on.