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176. Carmel Academy of Performing Arts Announces Noted Chicago Area Dancer/Choreographer, Carmel Native
November 04, 2018


The Carmel Academy of Performing Arts (CAPA) in partnership with Rockstar Dance Studio in Pacific Grove, has announced Moonwater Dance Project Artistic Director and Founder Mackenzie King, an alumni of CAPA, will perform and conduct a workshops on Jan. 9 and 12, 2019, in Pacific Grove and Carmel. Carmel, CA, November 04, 2018 — The Carmel Academy of Performing Arts (CAPA) in partnership with Rockstar Dance Studio in Pacific Grove, has announced Moonwater Dance Project Artistic Director and Founder Mackenzie King, an alumni of CAPA, will perform and conduct a workshops on Jan. 9 and 12,... (read more)

Author: John Paul

177. The traditional touch
October 31, 2018


Take pride in the diversity of our Indian culture by adding traditional elements to bring out the true meaning of Diwali… 1. Auspicious silver: Want to add a subtle yet extremely sophisticated statement, this Diwali? Try silver serving pieces such as tureens, tea and coffee sets, bring out the candlesticks or better still, silver-plated base metals which will give your space an instant classy touch. Flaunt it this auspicious festive season and bask in the rich feel of affluence… 2. Spruce up your entrance: Do up your entrance – If your crowd’s the traditional kind, use a beautiful toran... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

178. Working with sentiments
October 30, 2018


Askdeco adds warmth and colour to the industrial footprint of a residence in Beirut, demonstrating how human nature reacts to eclectic warmth – a sentiment that is universal and timeless! With breath-taking vistas overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, ancient Roman ruins on one side, and the vibrancy of downtown Beirut’s colourful streets on the other, this 700 sq. m modern family duplex owned by a young couple with a baby is dotted with a warmth born out of an industrial chic décor. Nisrine Nasr, co-founder and interior designer at Askdeco collaboratively evolves the idea of the client... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

179. Mini Performance of Dance Kids' 'Nutcracker: A Monterey Peninsula Tradition,' will be held Dec. 22
October 30, 2018


Dance Kids of Monterey County, celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, announced that it will perform a mini version of its popular “Nutcracker: A Monterey Peninsula Tradition,” Dec. 22, at Carmel Valley Ranch. Carmel, CA, October 30, 2018 — Dance Kids of Monterey County, celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, announced that it will perform a mini version of its popular “Nutcracker: A Monterey Peninsula Tradition,” Dec. 22, at Carmel Valley Ranch. Due to renovations at the Ranch, the event will be held in the Golf Club House this year. The event will be held from 2:00 to 3:3... (read more)

Author: John Paul

180. Let colour guide your style
October 29, 2018


Colour can at times effect a more potent communiqué than words! We bring you six sizzling hot colours to choose from or maybe pick a shade from all and decorate your home with panache… Auspicious saffron hues: Oranges and yellows are two colours that most rampantly meet the eye during the festive season. Yellow is the colour that the eye sees the fastest. Soft yellows can be cheering; whilst bright yellows command authority. Generally used as accents that attract attention and contribute to brighten a room, yellows in all their hues tend to merge easily with soft greens, umbers, pea... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

181. Chamber Music Monterey Bay presents Music from Copland House
October 28, 2018


“They played with exhilarating confidence and verve…fluid, fluent, and lithely balletic.” – The Strad Carmel, CA, October 29, 2018 - Returning to Chamber Music Monterey Bay after their last performance in April of 2007, MUSIC FROM COPLAND HOUSE is the internationally-acclaimed touring ensemble-in-residence at Aaron Copland’s National Historic Landmark home near New York City, an award-winning creative center for American music (http://www.coplandhouse.org/). Hailed by The New York Times for “all the richness of its offerings” and “illuminating essential truths about music,” MCH occupies a... (read more)

Author: John Paul

182. Relatable stories!
October 26, 2018


Cheer your guests with relatable stories that weave a narrative from your life or enlighten them about personal nuggets that reflect the personality of your abode; or better still, intrigue them with an unusual materiality… More is trendy: Get an interesting rug underfoot or an interesting throw on the sofa – something busy, colourful / monochrome, that can capture attention and initiate an anecdote, a narrative, a dialogue. Photo wall: Put up old photographs of your travels within Indian shores and beyond. Frame them in different sizes and colours — and let the conversation begin! ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

183. Chiefs' Kareem Hunt NFL logo iron on patch happy with whatever role in offense
October 26, 2018


Kareem Hunt spent the first few weeks of year doing just what he called 'dirty work,' which mostly amounted in order to carrying the particular ball past due in game titles as the Kansas City Chiefs attemptedto run out the time. The Chiefs didn't really need the NFL's reigning hurrying champion the way in which Patrick Mahomes and also the remaining portion of the offense had been sizzling. There he was, one of the large stars of previous period, getting brutally tough yards if the whole opposing defense was stacking the therapy lamp. He never lamented. By no means appeared straight down. In r... (read more)

Author: jame tony

184. Monterey Symphony's 2018-2019 Season, ‘Sound Waves,' Concert #2 Nov. 17-18, Features Acclaimed Flut
October 25, 2018


Monterey Symphony’s 2018-19 Season, “Sound Waves,” continues Nov. 17-18 with concert #2, at the Sunset Center in Carmel Monterey, CA, October 26, 2018 — Monterey Symphony’s 2018-19 Season, “Sound Waves,” continues Nov. 17-18 with concert #2, at the Sunset Center in Carmel, and features acclaimed flutist Carol Wincenc performing with the Symphony and members of the Youth Music Monterey County Honors Orchestra. Wincenc, professor of flute at Juilliard, joins the orchestra for Carl Nielsen's “Flute Concerto,” composed in 1926 for the legendary flautist M. Holger-Gilbert Jespersen. Tchai... (read more)

Author: John Paul

185. Monterey Symphony's 2018-2019 Season, ‘Sound Waves,' Features Number of Special Events, Including L
October 25, 2018


In addition to its six concerts, the Monterey Symphony’s 2018-19 Season, Sound Waves, includes a number of special events, including luncheons, dinners, lectures and an end-of-season gala at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Monterey, CA, October 25, 2018 — In addition to its six concerts, the Monterey Symphony’s 2018-19 Season, Sound Waves, includes a number of special events, including luncheons, dinners, lectures and an end-of-season gala at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. This season features a music course and a composer discussion, an opening night party, luncheons with the Friends of the ... (read more)

Author: John Paul

186. Nick Chubb NFL logo heat transfer was shocked by Carlos Hyde trade
October 25, 2018


Nick Chubb has already shown sport Arizona Cardinals Iron Ons the power to change games in a hurry, as well as he is understanding which rosters can transform in a hurry as well. The particular Browns rookie running back again stated he was amazed simply by last week's business of team mate Carlos Hyde to the Jaguars, which he learned about simply by textual content. "(He) texted me. ??Looks like your time's upwards. You'll get even more bears,'" Chubb stated, via Mary Kay Cabot with the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "I kind of just shook them back. I thought he was just saying my time might eventua... (read more)

Author: jame tony

187. Viv Storms Fine Jewelry Donating Percentage of First Month's Sales to Make-A-Wish Greater Los Angel
October 25, 2018


Following the successful launch of her fine art jewelry line, entrepreneur, fine art gallery owner, jewelry designer and devoted mother Viv Storms is giving back. Los Angeles, California, October 25, 2018 — Following the successful launch of her fine art jewelry line, entrepreneur, fine art gallery owner, jewelry designer and devoted mother Viv Storms is giving back. Viv Storms Fine Jewelry is donating 5% of their first month’s sales to Make-A-Wish Greater Los Angeles, helping to grant more life-changing wishes to children with critical illnesses. Photographed: Viv Storms, Mike Kallh... (read more)

Author: John Paul

188. Beyond Popcorn and Soda: What To Order At A Cinema Brewery
October 23, 2018


Going out to see a movie can be a fun and rewarding ending to a busy and productive day. For many couples, seeing a new release can be the perfect outing for a first date or the 100th and family nights are always a hit. While movie nights may be very common, they are still second to the classic dinner date. Today’s customers are desiring more from their products, services, and experiences. Now you can go see the newest and hottest release while enjoying a delicious dinner, snack, or desert. But what should you eat? Beyond popcorn and soda here is a guide for what you should order at a cinema b... (read more)

Author: Christopher Rivera

189. IL DIRETTORE FERNANDO BURGO PREMIATO CON LA "STELLA AL MERITO SOCIALE 2018"
October 23, 2018


Le Stelle al Merito Sociale sono promosse dall’associazione Non-profit Cultura&Solidarietà, organizzazione senza fini di lucro che sostiene e divulga ogni espressione della cultura e della solidarietà. L’appuntamento del 22 ottobre 2018 al Teatro dal Verme di Milano ha visto tra i premiati della decima edizione il Direttore Fernando Burgo, fondatore nel 1961 dell’Istituto Di Moda Burgo. La Stella al Merito Sociale è stata istituita allo scopo di valorizzare e dare visibilità a quelle persone, imprese, istituzioni ed associazioni che quotidianamente offrono contribuiti sociali insostituibili ... (read more)

Author: Debora Crippa

190. Three Reasons Navel Piercing Continues To Be Popular
October 22, 2018


Think back to the 1990s, and start putting together an image of one of the more visible and sexualized body modifications that was all over the place. You’ll probably come up with the belly-button piercing, which technically should be referred to as a navel piercing. We were bombarded with image after image of tightly toned abs from the biggest pop stars on the planet, all rocking some sort of navel “bling”. It was sexy, sexual, and alluring, yet as the decade went along and we transitioned into the 21st century, the navel piercing didn’t seem as prominent. What could have happened? Consi... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

191. Cult Films: The Good, The Bad And The Not-So-Ugly
October 18, 2018


When you sit back and judge any one of a number of cult films, you’re doing so with a certain amount of preconceived notions. For many of these films, they’ve gone through decades of ridicule and scrutiny, with most opinions falling in two camps — genius & ahead of its time or pure garbage. With that kind of baggage, it’s a little tough to be able to make your own opinion when you finally take the plunge & watch. Here are a select cult films that have actually moved in and out of favor among their cult following over the years. Nonetheless, each certainly has its place: The Good: Cle... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

192. Five Action Movies With A Surprise Ending
October 18, 2018


Action movies have a terrible reputation among movie buffs for being nothing more than formulaic wastes of film. These movie connoisseurs feel that explosions, gun fights, and martial arts extravaganzas are not high art, thereby serving as fluff that shouldn’t be recognized as good. While many people might disagree with this opinion, it certainly does carry weight, which is why we tend to see most, if not all, action movies out of the running for major awards. But every so often, there’s an action film that comes along that not only blows everyone’s mind, it also happens to have a surpris... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

193. Personalised Gifting is back with a Bang
October 17, 2018


Dezains.com is a one stop online shop for all kinds of personalised gifts. Be it the regular customised coffee mugs, photo cushions or the exclusive hand drawn caricature products, it has it everything you can think of and beyond. Since the launch of the website, the company is adding new products every week. There are thousand of designs to suit everyone needs. If someone is looking for an anniversary gift for husband, she can directly go to  that section of the website. It will present her all the products that are designed exclusively for couple's anniversary. This makes the presents n... (read more)

Author: ankit vatsa

194. Report: Raiders NFL logo iron on patch want first-rounder for wide receiver Cooper
October 17, 2018


The actual Gambling could be willing to do without broad recipient Amari Cooper if they can get a first-round draft pick inturn, Ian Rapoport with the National football league Network noted about Monday. ESPN's Adam Schefter noted before the Raiders' game on Sunday working in london that Walnut creek had been shopping Cooper and also many other previous first-round write choose Karl Joseph in front of the NFL's Oct. 30 trade deadline. After the game, which the Raiders dropped for the sport Miami Dolphins decals Seattle Seahawks, 27-3, in order to tumble to be able to 1-5, trainer Jon Gruden th... (read more)

Author: jame tony

195. 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

196. 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

197. 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

198. 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

199. 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

200. 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



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