REAL STORIES
BY REAL PEOPLE Search
Sunday, November 19, 2017

« previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10124 125 next »

The scariest incident that can happen while driving a car is when the vehicle catches fire. The moment it happens, you will surely feel helpless. It can lead to a blast. Besides, being enclosed in such a limited space with blazing flames around can also be a horrible experience. The driver and the passengers can suffer severe burns during such circumstances and they can even succumb to these injuries. The smoke and the smell of burning fuel also affect them. And this inhalation often leads them to choke to death. The stats regarding vehicle fire is quite worrying. According to the National... Read More

Taking it to the Streets for Leimert Park Art & Music Festival

Los Angeles-A huge diverse crowd of thousands found themselves in Leimert Park Village, the epicenter and heart of African American cultural community. The crowd came to partake in and celebrate our rich and vibrant culture that was displayed Labor Day Weekend, August 30-September 1, 2014.

The occasion was the 6th Annual Leimert Park Village African Art and Music Festival presented by The Leimert ParkVillage Group and Council President Herb. J. Wesson. 2014 Festival theme “Shaping Our Destiny.”

You had... Read More

For Bishop Enrico Dal Covolo, rector of the Pontifical Lateran University, Catholic universities can be models of authentic international higher education. The Lateran is under the direct authority of the Vatican and is thus known as the “University of the Pope”. Bishop Dal Covolo identifies its particular charism as the teaching of law, and its distinctive approach to that field exemplifies the synthesis of philosophy and theology that he says is vital to pursuing the fundamental questions. Uniquely among Rome’s pontifical universities, the Lateran offers degrees not only in canon law but... Read More

Chillin’ at the Bayou Festival

Long Beach-The arrival of the Summer Solstice is greeted with plenty of fanfare. Case in point, the official start of Summer fell on the same day as the Long Beach Bayou Festival. The festival was held on Saturday, June 21 and Sunday, June 22 2014.

Former residents of Louisiana could attest to the fact that any event is a cause for celebration. Thousands gathered on the grassy knoll of the Rainbow Lagoon for the annual Long Beach Bayou Festival. Several of the musicians commented on our beautiful, Southern California weather.

The Long Beach... Read More

Long Beach Bayou Festival Returns to Rainbow Lagoon

Long Beach-Dust off your dancing shoes, it’s time to Let the Good Times Roll at the Long Beach Bayou Festival. This is a popular Zydeco, Blues, Creole and Cajun Festival (Louisiana culture on full display). Fun for the entire family.

The festival celebrates its 28th year, at the grassy knoll of the Rainbow Lagoon Park, in Long Beach, Saturday, June 21st and Sunday, June 22n, 2014.

A stellar line-up of artists is scheduled to entertain all attendees. Otis Taylor Band, Sonny Green, Delta Groove All-Stars, Jeffrey Broussard... Read More

Prescencia Cubana Returns to Echo Park

Los Angeles-A huge, enthusiastic crowd welcomed the return of Prescencia Cubana to Echo Park on Sunday, May 18, 2014. This fantastic festival celebrated the cultural heritage of the Cuban community living throughout the greater Los Angeles area. The festival featured live performances, arts and crafts, Cuban food and coffee, and activities for children. The event also commemorates the island’s freedom from Spain on May 20, 1902.

The festival took place at Echo Park, but with a different logistical layout. The festival gave new meaning to... Read More

The future, it’s just around the corner. Everyone thinks about it in some way. I’ve blogged about it in some form, many times, because like everyone else…I wonder about it. What type of technology will emerge? How long will we allow degradation through government? What kind of world are we leaving our children? Better yet, what kind of children are we giving the world to?

I think that’s the most important question about the future. Parenting today is shaping the world of tomorrow so we have to ask ourselves, what kind of parents are we? Everything about the future is connected to our... Read More

« previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10124 125 next »

Recent Comments

Mons Dal Covolo Catholic universities models of education

academicessaywritingservices.org services extend to all corners of the world whether you reside in USA, Canada, Europe , Germany, Australia, New Zealand , UAE

Mons Dal Covolo Catholic universities models of education

This site and the resources you provide is really nice keep it up. Factorial Statistics Project Help

Mons Dal Covolo Catholic universities models of education

Philosophy Assignment Help Assignment and Online Homework Help Philosophy Assignment Help Learning something new does not have to be frightening.


x