Wednesday, February 21, 2018

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Okay folks,i'm serious here. Who or whom is going to fess up re the affirmation they have been to a ridgy didgy dink di dyed in the psychic wool 'genuine' person of this mysterious ilk who has the intrinsic ability to tremble shake rattle and roll...not only your money- but a loved one's verbatim? I promise i won't laugh. Famous English "is there a Bill in the audience that hasn't been paid?" person, i believe in my spiritual foray of opinion, is a fake simply because he has the ability (an ability?) to talk so fast and furious he can drop/negate wrong 'vibes'... Read More

Millions of people over the world go on holiday every year, all with different requirements for their perfect holiday. From city breaks to beach holidays tourists travel to various destinations around the world to have a new experience, whether it is to gain knowledge of a culture, explore historic sites to sitting on beach soaking up the warm sun! January is a busy month for travel agencies and tour operators as it is the most popular month to a book a holiday in the UK.

To help you make better holiday plans for 2015 here are a few tips to follow to get that ideal holiday:

Choosing... Read More

Patrick Mahony, former scientific consultant for several notable sci-fi productions is “deeply saddened by the loss of an exceptional individual who marked an entire generation”.

Leonard Nimoy, the actor who interpreted the famous Mr. Spock in the original Star Trek series passed away last Friday. He was admitted to a hospital Thursday 19 February as he suffered from strong chest pains. He was 83 years old.

As recounted by Patrick Mahony, Leonard Nimoy’s career was profoundly highlighted by Mr. Spock’s character, which he played once again in the latest Star Trek movies. The Vulcan... Read More


The surgeon's began the 'triple rye pass,' (reason being Ted imbibed in too much rye) heart surgery on one of the world's richest men. He succumbed and drifted. A medieval play wound Ted's overworked subconscious cog. His subconscious glad of the respite. The surgeon grimaced at the serious expression on the sedated billionaire. Muttered,"probably dreaming of his next billion?" The year of med E evil Joust. Construe 'E' however you like. No, E-bay in itself isn't evil. If you're wise and careful. Ted was.

The people sat eagerly waiting... Read More

Long Beach-February is designated as Black History Month. During this time, communities all across the nation, celebrates the accomplishments, achievements and contributions of African Americans to the fabric of our awesome nation.

Sunday, February 8th, the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), held its annual Afro Latino Festival. This popular annual event, celebrates African heritage in the diaspora, with an emphasis on Latin America. The celebration was part of Target Free Sundays at MOLAA.

Several hundred people were in attendance to partake in the day-long festival featured... Read More

Music Center Presents World City Performance: Samite and H’SAO

Los Angeles-The weekend of January 17th-19th is designated as Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Weekend. There are events scheduled all across the United States to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Locally, The Music Center marked the occasion with a special musical performance that Promote Peace, Harmony and Understanding. This special performance, part of the dynamic cultural program, World City was held outdoors, in the W.M. Keck Children’s Amphitheater of the Walt Disney Concert Hall at The... Read More

New Year arrives and in just a few days we have a Christmas day to celebrate. You already have some exciting plans waiting ahead - to deck your house with decoration props, bake a Christmas cake, hang socks near the furnace, wrap up a surprise present for your child or become a secret Santa this time.

Christmas is the time to share and give and it is the season for family and friends to get together and exchange gifts, enjoy dinner and spend time together. But there are some out there, like the orphans and street children who do not get the opportunity to enjoy this warm and cheerful... Read More

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