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
Every month Upper West hosts incredible liquor/food pairing events. Chef Nick Shipp never ceases to amaze local foodies and fans of this eclectic restaurant. These popular pairing events sell out quickly, so call soon to reserve your spot.
This Thursday, April 24th, Upper West offers a “Caribbean Feast” pairing featuring Mount Gay Rum. The evening will begin with Mount Gay Silver and a local halibut ceviche, along with a plantain shell, ataulfo mango and tajin spiced watermelon.
Next Chef Nick has prepared a potato lentil soup with a hint of spice (toasted chili/chadon beni) with... Read More
Catholic universities perform an invaluable service for international higher education, both Catholic and secular, by keeping alive the “authentic idea” of the university in the face of negative economic and cultural pressures. Bishop Enrico dal Covolo, rector of the Pontifical Lateran University, says the Lateran offers degrees not only in canon law but also in Italian civil law. Uniquely among Rome’s pontifical universities, the Lateran is under the direct authority of the Vatican and is thus known as the “university of the pope”.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) – The seven pontifical universities... Read More
Multimedia Theater Play COSMICOMICS with projection design, video art and animations by Spanish filmmaker and videoartist Laia Cabrera in collaboration with French artist Isabelle Duverger. Dixon Place and The New Stage Theatre Company present world premiere of Cosmicomics, an original multimedia theatre piece inspired by chapters of Italo Calvino's matchless novel of the same name.Directed by Ildiko Nemeth, Cosmicomics comprises a series of vignettes involving our narrator, Qfwfq, as he evolves across the history of the universe. From his innocent childhood before the Big Bang, when... Read More
LAUSD Shined the Spotlight on the Arts
Los Angeles-A surge of creative energy swarmed throughout the Los Angeles Unified School District from March 1-14, 2014. All of this creative energy was powered by students within the District. From March 1-14, schools across the district held school-site events that featured student musical, dance and theatrical performances. The two-week festival celebrating the arts served as a grand segue into the March 15th event at Grand Park entitled “LAUSD Arts Fest in the Park.”
The final result was a massive showcase of sparkling outpouring of the... Read More
Fireworks have become a popular means to celebrate and enjoy different holiday celebrations all around the world. Invented in China in the 7th century, these beautiful spectacles were used during festivals. As they grew in popularity they also grew in use, as well as design, into the magnificent displays we see used and sold around the world today. They have become so popular that there are world records and events set for firework enthusiasts to compete with each other over who has the best display!
Fireworks can be a great way to get the family or friends together and celebrate, but... Read More
It’s New Year’s Day, and Joe Strummer – poet of the streets – looks down from a giant mural facing Tompkins Park. From here I walk west with my girlfriend towards St Marks church-in-the-Bowery, past webs of winding fire escapes; hands deep in our pockets, wrapped scarves covering chilled cheeks and chins.
Tribal drums sound from subway stairs – reminiscent of Sudan, Nigeria or maybe Marrakesh. Steam rises from underground labyrinths through metal manhole covers in the middle of the road.
Finally the shape of the church looms between boughs of bare winter trees, small burial ground... Read More
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