Sunday, January 20, 2019

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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

Grand Park Ushered in 2014 in Grand Style

Los Angeles- Los Angeles County Officials, Urban Planners and other stakeholders have made Downtown Los Angeles a fun, exciting area to live, work and play. Thanks to officials at Grand Park, we can now add party to the mix. More than twenty thousand revelers celebrated New Years Eve during the inaugural Grand Park New Year's Eve Celebration.

Tuesday, December 31st (for those who didn't know) was a spectacular night to be in Grand Park. The celebration featured many interactive events geared toward the entire family. There was no reason... Read More

The Gift


I have a gift for my readers this week. All those who have followed my writing endeavours over the years gone by.

Thank you!

It is a very important gift - easily given - but how you use it is down to you. It is a gift that has endured mankind for thousands of year. Indeed, since before the birth of Christ.

I give to you a piece of paper on which you will find my pen. Within the pen there is ink and if you move the pen the ink will flow to the shapes that you make upon the paper. The gift is called writing.

You see, people like the Sumerians... Read More

The War on Christmas


Controversy continues to surround the celebration of Christmas and is unearthed in the perspectives apparent when examining government, media, advertising, and cultural issue both at home and abroad.

In recent times this has been restricted to concerns about Christmas themes such as Santa Claus and the giving of gifts as opposed to the real reason for the season professed by Christians, namely the birth of Jesus.

Current controversy is centred in western countries such as the United States, Canada and to a lesser extent the United Kingdom and... Read More

It is coming, it is happening. WAKE UP A police state is a state in which the government exercises rigid and repressive controls over the social, economic, and political life of the population. A police state typically exhibits elements of totalitarianism and social control, and there is usually little or no distinction between the law and the exercise of political power by the executive. The inhabitants of a police state experience restrictions on their mobility, and on their freedom to express or communicate political or other views, which are subject to police monitoring or enforcement.... Read More

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