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1. 9th Annual Carmel Jewish Film Festival From Hollywood to Bollywood Award-Winning Movies, Speakers,
October 15, 2018


The 9th Annual Carmel Jewish Film Festival (CJFF), featuring eight films from six countries, noted speakers, and panel discussions, will be held March 2-17, 2019. Los Angeles, CA, October 16, 2018 - The 9th Annual Carmel Jewish Film Festival (CJFF), featuring eight films from six countries, noted speakers, and panel discussions, will be held March 2-17, 2019. Film information, dates, venues and times can be found on the website (www.carmeljff.org) starting on January 1. Tickets go on sale January 1 either through the CJFF website or by calling (800) 838-3006. Festival highlights incl... (read more)

Author: John Paul

2. A performance-based approach to design
October 15, 2018


Design echoes the ‘function first’ dictum in this auditorium, designed by Architecture Interspace for St. Patrick’s School in Puducherry. When the existing school playground made way for the structure, the design sought to capitalise on the area available. The built form, unassuming and simple, employs parking at the stilt level and the exam hall on the first floor, with the auditorium pragmatically positioned above. While pilotis and a raft foundation erect the basement, the circulation cores create minimal interference to the floor area. This structural organization of the program... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

3. Put Some Olé in your Day: Barcelona's Best Flamenco
October 12, 2018


Spain is widely known for its beautiful flamenco dancing which has evolved from an ancient tradition into a modern art form. Today, locals and holidaymakers adore watching professionals perform all over the country, but Barcelona in particular is home to some fantastic venues where high-quality, authentic flamenco is on show. History Originating in the south of Spain, the iconic dance was formerly set to singing and hand-clapping rather than the musical instruments of today. It has also evolved into a more technical style of dance, as artists often go through intensive training befor... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Introduce Students to the Drama of London's Performing Arts
October 11, 2018


There is no better place on earth for entertaining Performing Arts students – that is why a school trip to London is such a fine proposition. No city boasts the gravitas, variety or weight of theatrical history that our capital does. A carefully organised tour would leave an incredible legacy on the minds of pupils already interested in the grand art of drama. The power of the West End is international, and there’s nothing like the cultural atmosphere that pervades the alleyways, cafes, restaurants and theatres to inspire schoolchildren to follow their dreams. This school trip to London i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. An Educational School Trip to the Montparnasse Tower
October 11, 2018


Most people think the best place to see Paris is from the Eiffel Tower. That makes sense: it is really tall and central after all. But there is somewhere better. Looking out from the Eiffel Tower, the viewer will always miss the biggest thing on the Parisian skyline – the Eiffel Tower itself. In fact, the Montparnasse Tower observation deck gives the most complete viewing experience. For that reason it is a great place to start a school trip to Paris. The structure is a great introduction to the city for students – they can literally look down on all the great spots of cultural inte... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. 3 Churches to See on a School Trip to Paris
October 11, 2018


School trips to Paris can be fantastically diverse. Depending on the class or age or ability of pupils the French capital offers a dizzying range of entry points into all subjects – language, art history, history and religious education. Paris is a city that has been constructed out of the spiritual and architectural legacies of religion, of Catholicism and Protestantism; and, to a recent lesser extent, Islam. Its history has been driven by theism, which may have taken dark and violent turns but also leaves some beautiful buildings for us to enjoy today. And pupils don’t have to be ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. How the Boston Red Sox MLB logo decals stickers Brought Division Series Drama and Despair to the B
October 11, 2018


No less than we have got a good inning. Up until the foot of the 9th inning with Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night time, baseball's department sequence spherical hadn't precisely given followers their particular fill associated with October drama. Three series acquired previously led to three-game sweeps; Houston above Cleveland, Los Angeles over Atlanta, and also Milwaukee producing quick function associated with Colorado. As well as the Boston Red Sox have been about to close out the collection with their bitter department rivals, the brand new York Yankees, inside four games. Boston's victory... (read more)

Author: jame tony

8. Coffee Culture In 2018
October 10, 2018


Like most cultures, java culture is no different indeed. A group of people brought together by a common interest. What better location than a coffee shop. It attracts in certain ways, so many like-minded folks, and in other ways such a number. From teachers to housewives, teachers. Hundreds of years back, they have been popular meeting places for musicians. A few decades back, Wine Masters were popping up everywhere, and now the latest trend seems to be becoming a Barrister. We were lucky enough to have the ability to interview Winston, one of the top up and coming Barristers in the nation. ... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

9. Cubism Culture: Discover Picasso's Inspirational Barcelona
October 09, 2018


For art lovers, there’s no doubt that Barcelona is a favourite destination. The architecture, the museums, the numerous galleries: it offers a whirlwind of culture and creativity. You only have to visit for a short time to feel the creative juices begin to flow. This city has influenced artists throughout history and none more so than the renowned Pablo Picasso. Although he was born in Malaga and spent most of his life in France, Picasso called Barcelona home. It was during his teenage years that his family moved to the Catalan’s capital, and it was here that one of Spain’s greatest arti... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Las Vegas-Based Architecture and Design Firm Punch Architecture Completes Extensive Makeover of Hig
October 09, 2018


When Boston’s award-winning hotel Kimpton Nine Zero embarked on its bold, top-to-bottom transformation last year, they also wanted to take its on-site bar/restaurant Highball Lounge and undergo an extensive makeover to better reflect the hotel’s traditional-meets-contemporary transformation. Las Vegas, NV, October 09, 2018 — When Boston’s award-winning hotel Kimpton Nine Zero embarked on its bold, top-to-bottom transformation last year, they also wanted to take its on-site bar/restaurant Highball Lounge and undergo an extensive makeover to better reflect the hotel’s traditional-meets-cont... (read more)

Author: John Paul

11. State of the Art: An Exhibition and Celebration
October 07, 2018


An Invitational Exhibition at the R. Blitzer Gallery, Santa Cruz, CA Carmel, CA, October 07, 2018 - The Center for Photographic Art (CPA) expands its reach beyond Carmel, California, with an exhibition and related events in Santa Cruz, CA, at that city’s premier art space, the R. Blitzer Gallery, located in a renovated warehouse, once home to the historic Wrigley chewing gum factory. A broad-ranging invitational exhibition, State Of The Art (SOTA) features fifteen prominent and innovative Northern California photographers. The exhibition will run from November 2 through November 29, 2018,... (read more)

Author: John Paul

12. Professional Salinas Dog Trainer and Behaviorist Barbara De Groodt Named to IACP International Hall
October 05, 2018


Salinas-based professional dog trainer and animal behavior counselor Barbara De Groodt has been named to the International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP) International Hall of Fame. And she never saw it coming. Salinas, CA, October 05, 2018 — Salinas-based professional dog trainer and animal behavior counselor Barbara De Groodt has been named to the International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP) International Hall of Fame. And she never saw it coming. “I had absolutely no idea it was coming, none whatsoever,” she says, when she was presented the award at the IAC... (read more)

Author: John Paul

13. Monterey Cowboy Festival, Now in its 20th Year, Seeks Food Vendors at its Nov. 3 Event at Monterey
October 05, 2018


The Monterey Cowboy Festival, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year on Nov. 3, at the Monterey County Fair & Event Center, is seeking food, art and craft vendors for its popular midway and marketplace. Monterey, CA, October 05, 2018 — The Monterey Cowboy Festival, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year on Nov. 3, at the Monterey County Fair & Event Center, is seeking food, art and craft vendors for its popular midway and marketplace. The Marketplace, located on the Main Lawn next to the food and drink vendors, hosts some of the finest western art and gear vendors... (read more)

Author: John Paul

14. These Three Underrated Action Movies Are The Answer To What Should We Watch Tonight
October 01, 2018


Movies are a great way to unwind and spend time with your loved ones. With popcorn, snacks, a comfortable couch, and some lounging clothes or pajamas- seeing a good film can be the ultimate luxury in your home. Seeing a great flick in the theaters can be an even more exciting experience as well. With an audience of eager viewers and high definition screens and sound systems, a movie is just what many need after a stressful week. But what should you watch? Here are three underrated action movies that are the answer to “what should we watch tonight?” 1. Aliens This second film, of w... (read more)

Author: Christopher Rivera

15. Superhero Movies: What To Look Forward To Next Year
October 01, 2018


There’s no denying that superhero movies have dominated the box office for the better part of the last two decades. Some people feel that the market on these films has been saturated for some time, whereas others can’t get enough. Movie studios, of course, are choosing focus on the latter. Here are a few superhero films to look forward to in 2019: Hellboy — Even though Hellboy movies have been wildly popular, it has been ten years since the last installment. Fans of the franchise have been foaming at the mouth wondering when exactly the follow-up film would be coming. For a lot of fa... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

16. How Cult Films Can Change The Way You Think About Failure
October 01, 2018


If you’ve ever spent some time watching a movie all the way through the end credits, it is hard to wrap your mind around the fact that it takes so many people to come together for a movie to become a final product. Every movie crew hopes to have a hit on their hands, but unfortunately, that isn’t always the case, and for a select few movies, they are relegated to becoming part of the cult films club. To the layperson, cult status sounds positive because it entails having a following that refuses to let a movie die. However, cult status usually means that the film in question failed miserably o... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

17. Weekend Whim: Last Minute Destinations Close to the UK
September 28, 2018


We’ve all been there; the weather’s taken a turn for the worst, your grown-up children are behaving like their former juvenile selves and you just want to get away. Anywhere. Luckily, we live in an age of easy air travel, which makes a cure for this particular ailment readily available: a weekend on the continent. A last minute break is often dreamt about in the conservatory on a rainy afternoon, but when actually put into practice they can be act of immense liberation and rejuvenation. So shake off those blues and set the mind wandering to pastures new! Here are a few great ideas,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. 4 Destinations to Prove You Can Have a Budget Holiday in Europe
September 28, 2018


Budget holiday destinations abound in Europe, despite its stereotype as a centre for luxury travel. Beyond the expensive locations in Southern Europe (think Spain, France, and Italy), a plethora of astounding, lesser-known countries are waiting to be discovered. Many of these places have only recently been opened to tourists, which makes a trip an even more remarkable journey of discovery and unique attractions. So if you’re someone who likes to go ‘off the beaten track’ and visit the places your parents haven’t been, get ready to find out more about these wonderful European delights. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Shopping in Mallorca: A Week of Markets
September 28, 2018


Stunning Mallorca is home to an exceptional selection of vibrant markets. From handmade jewellery to olive oil to livestock, the island boasts an enormous variety of goods that you can admire and purchase at your heart’s content. With a market for every day (and night) of the week in every town in Mallorca, a visit to at least one should be a priority during your stay. Of course, shopping is essential, but take the time to appreciate the charm of each town, as every market has a unique atmosphere – some offer street food and restaurants while others play live music to accompany your perus... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Escape the Crowds and Enjoy a Family Christmas in Faro
September 28, 2018


The school holidays can get a little crowded, as often they are the only time of the year that families can travel away together. But there are still some uncrowded gems left on the market – and Christmas in Faro is one such example. Located on the Algarve Coast, Faro is a magnet for tourism in the summer, but not during the winter months. This gives the cunning family the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful place with great amenities without having to wade through densely-populated tourist traps. The winter sun may not be quite as hot, but this Portuguese town is still a place of beauty an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Europe on a Shoestring: The Budget Holiday Dream is Real!
September 28, 2018


Europe may be home to VIP hotspots like the Amalfi Coast and the French Riviera, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t positively brimming with more affordable alternatives as well. Budget holiday plans are more than do-able on this beautiful continent. Continue reading this article to get the best tips on how to travel across Europe in style - without breaking the bank! Travel in off-peak times of the year Don’t go travelling when every family in the country is off on their annual holidays. Travelling at off-peak times of the year will save your bank balance from forking out for the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Van Kuijk Quartet
September 27, 2018


Performing works by Franz Schubert, György Ligeti and Maurice Ravel, 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 6, 2018, (6:45p.m. Pre-Concert Talk with musicologist Kai Christiansen) Sunset Center, Carmel. Carmel, CA, September 28, 2018 - “Extensive color palette, precise blending, and the sense of fun that makes these serious performances so vivid” – The Guardian. Opening the spectacular 52nd season for Chamber Music Monterey Bay is the Van Kuijk Quartet from France on their first tour of the United States. Currently BBC New Generation Artists, the Van Kuijk Quartet’s international accolades b... (read more)

Author: John Paul

23. The Whole Family Can Enjoy a Grand Cayman Vacation
September 27, 2018


The vacation that you take as well as the destination that you choose will depend upon who you take with you. If you happen to the vacationing as a couple you certainly would choose a different type of vacation as well as a different destination then you would if you are taking along three or four children. When vacationing with children there are other things that you must consider which would not necessarily crossed her mind if you were vacationing as a couple. If you have children on your vacation you must make certain that there are child appropriate activities to keep them entertain... (read more)

Author: Marc Deschamps

24. Me Before You: A Cinematic Itinerary of Mallorca
September 26, 2018


Grab your friends and your beach gear this summer and catch a flight to the beautiful island of Mallorca for a fun-packed holiday in the glorious sunshine. This spot the perfect destination for a much-needed break after a long term at uni. Its coastlines were graced by the superb actors Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke during the filming of the touching love story Me Before You. Make your trip to Mallorca a cinematic experience as you relive the romance of Lou and Will at the incredible Cala Formentor Beach. While on your tour, visit the nearby ancient rural town Pollença to shop at the bust... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Monterey Symphony Announces Landmark Endowment Gift from Bertie Bialek Elliott
September 25, 2018


Bertie Bialek Elliott has served in many capacities with the Monterey Symphony and has been attending and supporting the organization for over 35 years. Monterey, CA, September 25, 2018 - Bertie Bialek Elliott has served in many capacities with the Monterey Symphony and has been attending and supporting the organization for over 35 years. Before the opening of the 73rd season of the Symphony, Bertie made the decision to give $2.4M to the Symphony's endowment fund, ensuring a vibrant and healthy financial future for the organization. These endowment funds will be used to support the artist... (read more)

Author: John Paul



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