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“The Dia Diaries” Visits The Third Annual NYX FACE Awards

Beauty guru’s and fashion enthusiast gathered on Friday August 22nd, 2014 at Club NOKIA in Los Angeles, for the Third Annual NYX FACE Awards, a multi-national competition to find the rising beauty star of YouTube™.

The efficacy of tackling underground economy activity through joint enforcement is well documented. To build on the success of the LETF and JESF collaboration, Assembly Bill 576 established the Revenue Recovery and Collaborative Enforcement Team

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This is a familiar story, watching a few friends of mine drive themselves totally insane over failed attempts at having a baby. They go into a baby conceiving frenzy that consumes their lives and at times stresses their relationship to the brink of extinction.

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All’s Well That Ends Well is a lesser known play to audiences, but well discussed by professors and true followers. The play displays a major contradiction, showing women who have strength, honor and the ability to outwit yet at the same time have a terrible weakness that is as much of an issue today as it ever was: 450 years later, women still love jerks:

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Los Angeles… Independent Shakespeare Co. (ISC) returns to the Old Zoo at Griffith Park for the 2014 season for its GRIFFITH PARK FREE SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL with two plays by William Shakespeare: TWELFTH NIGHT and THE TAMING OF THE SHREW.

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Jazz at LACMA features the art of jazz as practiced by leading Southern California artists. Celebrating over twenty years at LACMA, the program continues to be one of the museum’s most recognizable offerings. Jazz at LACMA is a celebration of L.A.’s finest jazz musicians and has featured such legends as Wayne Shorter, John Clayton, Kenny Burrell, Les McCann, Billy Childs, Arturo Sandoval, Cannonball-Coltrane Project, and Ernie Watts. Over 42,000 visitors attend the program annually from April through November.

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BERKELEY, Calif. – A global project is capturing the earth’s acoustics, one upload at a time. Led by Purdue University ecologist Bryan Pijanowski, “Global Soundscapes Day” encourages people from all walks of life to record the soundscapes of their world, and upload them to be shared and preserved.

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The past two weeks have been interesting in terms of shows. First, I saw a psychopathic teenager and her mother as the key characters in a science fiction thriller called Recall. The second show was about a sex-crazed family in a bizarre paly at the Odyssey called White Marriage; little did I know things would get worse. The show at the Sacred Fools Theater, ‘Taste,” was my next assignment.

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I learned the beginning of this process from always believing I needed to hear jazz while studying, in order to help keep my sanity. But when I started doing higher realms of thinking, it became clear that my Attention power was reduced by anything that also demanded some of its energy be shared, even to the tiniest degree

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Fantastically delicious! I mean healthy for you, and also tasty! Bones and soup, yummy! I fought my dogs for the bones. They won but, they were nice enough to leave me with 2. This African girl enjoyed every little bit of it.

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