11:00 AM – Cymbeline the Puppet King at Media Park, 9070 Venice Boulevard, Culver City, CA 90232 (next to The Ivy Substation, corner of Culver and Venice). The Actors’ Gang’s 4th Annual Free Summer-in-the-Park production is an hilarious, kid-friendly re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Cymbeline. Music, merriment, and madcap adventures are in store. Not to mention a whole slew of puppets! It’s fun for the whole family. The show will be presented on every saturday and sunday at 11:00am from July 25 to August 30. For more information, call (310) 838-GANG or click here.
As far as Autumn in New England is concerned, after the “in your face” exuberance of Vermont, the rest is dross. Maine, after all, was just a hunk of Massachusetts ripped off the Commonwealth in 1820 and established as a “free state,” to balance the “slave state” of Missouri then entering the Union. But we canny folk of Massachusetts are glad; Mainers are poor and exigent. They really need the money.
These were not easy times. This strong woman held it all together. That was her duty as a woman and that was what she taught me. You cook, you clean, you keep peace in the home. When you are done with that, you work, you learn, you contribute to your community, and you do all these things on a daily basis. As a woman you always have many balls in the air and, while juggling your own, you are also responsible for juggling the balls of those in your home. They are all ultimately your responsibility.
I believe that there are two categories of limiting beliefs. The first category are the “known” or “aware of” limiting beliefs. Beliefs in this category are the ones that we normally recognize in our life. They’re easily identified by the use of the phrase “I’m not…” or “I’m too…” such as “I’m not smart enough” or “I’m too old”. Personal development writers, speakers and seminar developers have made millions teaching people how to remove these limiting beliefs so I’m not going to bore you with this information. What intrigues me is the second category of limiting beliefs, what I call the “unaware of” or “false reality” beliefs.
The German soldier and their allies represented the front line defense against the evils of Bolshevism. Tje campaign against Bolshevism was quiet clear to the German soldier, German Ally, Legionnaire and Volunteer Corps of the fighting S.S.
HUNGARIANS: Hungry had a bloody acquaintance with Bolshevism. By joining in the struggle against the Soviet Union she kept her traditional policy of the preservation of strange cultural events.
Dressed in rich green and gold, he is flanked by two other gods- Guan Ping, who carries a seal, and his standard bearer, Zhou Chang, holding Guan Di’s divine sword. All three statues are made of wood, but you will realize that Guan Di’s face is painted gold, symbolizing his elevated position. Let your eyes run along the magnificent and elaborate carvings on the shrine that seats Guan Di, giving the entire shrine an illusion of grandeur. In front of Guan Di are five majestic vases, and on the table is where the offerings are presented. Worshippers pray to Guan Di for protection and bravery, and in return, offer food and joss sticks.
This guide would be woefully and glaringly incomplete without a mention of the City of Sin, Las Vegas in the USA. A trip to the neon lit spectacle is a must for you never know what you would find in this supersized city packed with glimmering lights and speckled steel! Leave your inhibitions at home and get ready for a memorable night on the town! Find your senses soar to the heavens below!