DAVID STRASSMAN – CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR

DAVID STRASSMAN – CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR
Event on 2013-11-17 18:00:00

Riotously funny! An all new comedy creation from the twisted mind of Strassman. Alternate realities? Parallel universes? Strassman's side-splitting new show
tumbles down the rabbit hole — a mind-bending journey where nothing is as itseems.

Chuck and Ted E. Bare are back, transformed by a strange 'wish" into bizzaroalternate selves. The road home may be scary for Strassman… but an hilarious
scream for us!

What have the critics said? At the Edinburgh Festival, The List said “Absolute genius. The writing is truly superb and the performance – or should that be
performances? – breathtaking in linguistic and ventriloquistic dexterity. Takes the ancient art of ventriloquism up several notches.”

PRICES:Adult.90*

Child (aged between 12 & 16 years)

(Rated M – unsuitable for children under the age of 12 years).90*Senior
.90*Groups (10+ people)
.90*     

at Hawke’s Bay Opera House
Hastings Street South
Hastings, United States

Palabras Mayores – Los Angeles Conference

Palabras Mayores – Los Angeles Conference
Event on 2013-06-21 08:00:00

California Leadership Institute and Mentoring Bridges (CLIMB), a non-profit organization, Spanish Media Consultants and National Association of Hispanic Journalists are proud to present the annual Spanish Language & Media Conference Palabras May­ores-Los Angeles.

Palabras Mayores is a group of linguistic experts, who specialize in Spanish media communications. This highly acclaimed group from Spain and Mexico will soon share their expertise and knowledge at a two-day conference of intensive workshops and a “Welcome Reception” to be held at the Los Angeles event on June 21-22, 2013.

This conference will give Spanish communications leaders, including journalists, writers, editors, teachers, translators, designers and public relations personnel the tools they need to effectively communicate their messages to the Spanish-speaking public.

Topics to be covered:

  • Tools to polish the language
  • Studying the conventional spelling system of the language
  • Copy editing tips and tricks
  • How to write documents so people want to read them

Who should attend:

  • Journalists
  • TV Reporters
  • Assignment editors and managers
  • Publishers
  • Public Information Officers
  • Spokespeople and media specialists
  • PR Professionals

Some of our attendees from last year's Conference:
State Controller’s Office
CA State Senate
CA State Assembly
EDD
Marketplace Communications
Pacific Gas & Electric
University of California
Molina Service Center
Santa Ana Unified School District
Self-Employed Translators

NOTE:  All workshops and/or discussions will be in Spanish. 


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at UCLA Extension Figueroa Courtyard
261 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, United States

Be a PA with PA – Perfect Awareness: A one day workshop for PAs & Administrative Professionals

Be a PA with PA – Perfect Awareness: A one day workshop for PAs & Administrative Professionals
Event on 2013-06-21 09:30:00

Imagine being able to recognise what makes you and those around you “tick” – particularly your manager and the team you support!  Imagine being able to communicate and influence others with a new awareness about how you and they operate.

 

Your Excellency Limited invites you to a unique, exciting and experiential workshop which has been developed especially for you in your role as Personal Assistant.  You will be introduced to tools and techniques in order to work more effectively in partnership with your manager and those you support.

 

This one-day workshop is based around effective outcome thinking, communication and awareness tools.  The tools utilise Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques that have been developed and utilised by leading edge organisations in order to achieve excellence.

Cost includes course materials, light breakfast, buffet lunch and tea/coffee breaks.  

 

at ETC Venues Bonhill Street
1-3 Bonhill Street
City of London, United Kingdom

Oneness Solstice Weekend Event

Oneness Solstice Weekend Event
Event on 2013-06-21 10:00:00

Oneness Solstice Weekend

June 21-23, 2013

Join us for a celebration of Mind, Body and Spirit as we explore intentional community, sustainability and consciousness at Foster Lodge in the beautiful Mount Laguna Forest of San Diego, California, USA

www.onenessevent.com

Oneness Solstice Weekend Event June 21-23 Tickets on Sale Now! for the entire weekend, includes meals. or / day, /night Concert.

Payable online. Click here to buy your ticket now!  

CONTACT To register:

Call +1 619 727 1776 

or

Sign up for tickets right now online at Eventbrite Tickets: www.onenessevent.eventbrite.com

Website: www.onenessevent.com

Email: 1ness.event@gmail.com 

Where: Sierra Club Foster Lodge Mile Marker 26.5 on Sunrise Highway, Mount Laguna, San Diego County, California, USA Click Here for Directions

When: Summer Solstice 2013, June 21-23 Events begin 10 AM Friday, June 21 and end at 7 PM Sunday, June 23 See Schedule for details. Price: includes meals payable online.

Click here to buy your ticket now!

Details:

Dietary restrictions – Please bring what you need

Bring tent and camping equipment Bunkhouses available – 1st come 1st serve no reservations

First 101 registrants get one year free San Diego Sierra Club membership

PARKING: Car-pooling is highly encouraged. Overnight vehicle parking is per vehicle. Vehicle parking for day use guests (not staying overnight) is per vehicle.

 

WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU: – Bedding; sleeping bags are best. There are no sheets on the mattresses and no pillows. – Any cloth towels or linens (bring, use and take away). No bathing towels provided. – Paper towels (if required, though usually we have some) – Flashlights for use outside at night

SEE SITE RULES and CONDITIONS for further details.

Themes, Workshops, Activities:

Spirit – Other Dimensions One Love Om Mind

NLP – Neuro-Linguistic Programming Nonviolent Communication

Body – Tantra Sufi Dancing Community Dialogues Sustainability and Community Democracy

Relationship & Intimacy: All My Relations Earth Sierra Club Escorted Hiking Labyrinth

Open Space Games & Collaboratives: Hug Tag Qi Gong Tai Chi Mod Bod Squad Skill Shares Slip 'n Slide Games Relationship and Community Building Kidville

Music and Performance Workshops Amphitheater – Live Performances On Stage every evening

 

PG Rated – No campfires – No drugs – No pets

The Sierra Club San Diego Chapter Mount Laguna facility does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or disability in its programs or activities.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF MOUNT LAGUNA FACILITY RESPONSIBILITY, EXPRESS ASSUMPTION OF RISK, AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY: It is acknowledges that during the rental period, guests may be exposed to a variety of hazards and risks, foreseen or unforeseen, which are inherent in rental of the location and setting of the Mount Laguna Facility. These inherent risks include, but are not limited to, the dangers of serious personal injury, property damage, and death (“Injuries and Damages”) from exposure to the hazards of the local environment and the Sierra Club, Consciousness Theme Camps, Adena Institute and Non-Profit Service Center have not tried to contradict or minimize the understanding of these risks. It is acknowledged that Injuries and Damages can occur by natural causes or activities of other persons, animals, or third parties, either as a result of negligence or because of other reasons. It is further acknowledged that there may not be rescue or medical facilities or expertise necessary to deal with the Injuries and Damages to which guests may be exposed. Participants will be expected to sign a release upon arrival on site agreeing to these and related conditions.

Oneness Weekend – A Consciousness Theme Camps Project. Oneness Event is a non-profit activity of Consciousness Theme Camps and the Adena Institute, a sponsored project of the Non-Profit Service Center (NPSC), a 501 (c) 3 organization.  ONENESS Oneness Solstice Weekend Event June 21-23 Tickets on Sale Now! includes meals. Payable online. Click here to buy your ticket now! LOCATION Scenic Sierra Club Foster Lodge, Mount Laguna Forest, San Diego Co. CA, USA CONTACT To register: Call +1 619 727 1776 or Sign up for tickets right now online at Eventbrite Tickets: www.onenessevent.eventbrite.com Website: www.onenessevent.com Email: 1ness.event@gmail.com SHARE IT

at Sierra Club Foster Lodge

Mount Laguna, United States

Wordcatcher Phil Cousineau and John Cleese Return to the Air on Global Spirit on LinkTV


(PRWEB) May 13, 2013

Global Spirit takes a global approach to the exploration of human consciousness, bringing viewers the most compelling ideas, practices and distilled wisdom from different cultures throughout the world. Global Spirit returns to LinkTV on Sunday, May 12 On Sundays, and will continue to air on Sundays at 9pm PT & 9pm ET.

Presented by John Cleese and hosted by author Phil Cousineau, each Global Spirit program offers insight into some of mankind’s oldest existential questions, tracing our collective human journey in the timeless quest for truth, wisdom and understanding.

“The discussions on the ‘Global Spirit’ series are sorely needed in this dispirited and disenchanted world. In many ways it is more important than journalism today.” – Bill Moyers

“Each week [Global Spirit] brings together scholars and other experts from different religious and philosophical backgrounds, not to sell a faith or argue hot-button issues, but to discuss universal themes like forgiveness or the nature of the spiritual journey.” – New York Times

The Painted Word

A Treasure Chest of Remarkable Words and Their Origins

By Phil Cousineau

Lore for Logophiliacs and Word Hoarders

Deepak Chopra calls author Phil Cousineau a “word wizard” and NPR’s Susan Stamberg hailed his Wordcatcher as a must-read “because it’s fun.” Cousineau, linguistic detective and dictionary delver, is back with a priceless treasury of word stories and literary obscura that will enchant any lover of language. The words themselves range from the commonplace, such as biscuit, a twice-baked cake for Roman soldiers, to loanwords like chaparral, courtesy of Basque shepards who came to the American West; from word-reversals such as silly, which evolved from “holy” to “goofy” in a mere thousand years, and to words well worthy of revival, such as carrytale, a wandering storyteller. Cousineau’s journey through the history and mystery of words will enlighten as it delights.

Wordcatcher

An Odyssey into the World of Weird and Wonderful Words

By Phil Cousineau

The world’s preeminent mythology scholar explores the mystery and meaning of marvelous words

Who knew that the great country of Canada is named for a mistake? How about “bedswerver,” the best Elizabethan insult to hurl at a cheating boyfriend? Author Phil Cousineau explores the obscure territory of word origins with great erudition and endearing curiosity. The English poet W. H. Auden was once asked to teach a poetry class for 20 students. Two hundred applied to study with him. When asked how he chose his students, he said he picked the ones who actually loved words. So too, with this bookit takes a special wordcatcher to create a treasure chest of remarkable words and their origins, and any word lover will relish the stories that Cousineau has discovered.

Phil Cousineau is an award-winning writer and filmmaker, teacher and editor, independent scholar and travel leader, storyteller and TV host. Currently the host of PBSs Global Spirit television series, Cousineau has published 26 nonfiction books and has 15 scriptwriting credits to his name. His books have been translated into nine languages. While moonlighting in a steel factory he studied journalism at the University of Detroit. Before turning to writing books and films full-time, Cousineaus peripatetic career included stints as a sportswriter, playing semi-pro basketball in Europe, harvesting date trees on an Israeli kibbutz, painting 44 Victorian houses in San Francisco, and teaching screenwriting at the American Film Institute. For the past 25 years he has enjoyed his life-long dream of being a full-time freelance writer, filmmaker and sports coach.







The Latest Arts & Education Research Featured at Sciences Social Network


Mannheim, Germany (PRWEB) May 14, 2013

ScienceIndex.com is a Social Sciences Network newly featuring the latest Arts and Education Research. The site was established in 1998 to index the very latest news, headlines, references and resources from science journals, books and websites worldwide. The site covers news in all fields of biology, business, chemistry, engineering, geography, health, mathematics and society. In the field of Society Sciences, the site has now included the two new categories Arts and Education. While the Arts section covers objects subject to aesthetic criteria such as paintings, sculptures, and drawings, the Education section deals with the act or process of imparting or acquiring particular knowledge or skills, as for a profession.

ScienceIndex.com’s Social Research Category covers the totality of social relationships among humans. Its twelve sections include anthropology, archaeology, arts, education, family, history, law and crime, linguistics, literature, philosophy, politics, and religion. Users can receive alerts for newly published content in this category by subscribing to ScienceIndex.com’s Social Research RSS feed.

ScienceIndex.com’s new Arts section covers objects subject to aesthetic criteria such as paintings, sculptures, and drawings. It currently contains 2,929 articles partly derived from over 175 scientific Arts journals. The latest articles in this category are also available through an Arts Research RSS feed. One of the latest additions to this section covers representation and intentionality in bilingual television and theater for youth in the United States. This article examines the goals and outcomes of theatrical productions that claim to celebrate bilingualism and multiculturalism in the USA and explores questions including how a country reconciles its hostility toward immigration with its desire to capitalize on marketing Latino/a cartoon characters to children. Another article investigates Theseus and Shakespeare for the politics of their poets. It provides a wider context for the character’s pronouncements by considering the ancient quarrel between philosophy and poetry and early modern poetic theories and brings new insights into Theseus and the political implications of his comments on poetry.

ScienceIndex.com’s new Education section deals with the act or process of imparting or acquiring particular knowledge or skills, as for a profession. It currently contains over 16,376 articles partly derived from over 550 scientific Education journals. The latest articles in this section are also available through an Education Research RSS feed. One recently included article in this section covers public/private partnerships and the democratization of education. This article analyzes the public-private relation and its consequences for the democratic management of schools in Brazil. The authors conclude that the relationship between public and private are manifested in the current period both in terms of change of ownership, and in relation to what remains in state ownership, but rearranges educational processes in the logic of the market. Another article in this section covers the role of mathematics anxiety from parental involvement to children’s mathematical performance. The study includes low-income, ethnic minority parents and their children residing in a large urban center in the United States and its results indicate that parents influence children’s mathematics achievement by reducing mathematics anxiety, particularly for more difficult kinds of mathematics. The authors conclude that policies and programs targeting parental involvement in mathematics should focus on home-based practices that do not require technical mathematical skills. Parents should receive training, resources, and support on culturally appropriate ways to create home learning environments that foster high expectations for children’s success in mathematics.

The Sciences Social Network currently contains over 1.48 million posts distributed among its’ 75 categories. 92,758 users monitor over 15,110 journals publishing within the scope of the site. Due to an continuously improved publishing process, the delay between original publication and appearance at ScienceIndex.com is now no more than three hours. The site provides an advanced search feature which suggests up to ten closely related articles for a search and for every displayed post.







ICALMD 2013 : International Conference on Applied Linguistics and Materials Development

ICALMD 2013 : International Conference on Applied Linguistics and Materials Development
Event on 2013-06-13 00:00:00

The XXXIV. International Conference on Applied Linguistics and Materials Development aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Applied Linguistics and Materials Development, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted. < …

at Copenhagen, DK
Strandgade 1-2 (4/F5)
Copenhagen, Denmark

The Crazy Difficult Linguistics Question That 13-Year Olds Are Asked When

The Crazy Difficult Linguistics Question That 13-Year Olds Are Asked When
One of the questions is a fascinating and difficult linguistics problem, asking test takers to figure out the grammar and syntax of a totally invented language, then compose creative and complex sentences on their own. It's similar to tests given to …
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What Father of Modern Linguistics Noam Chomsky Thinks of Kenya
Although only a few Kenyans may have read him, the man is hero-worshiped in universities across the world as the father of modern linguistics. He is also feted as the "important intellectual alive today" in many quarters. Chomsky is actually a …
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Biannual Arabic linguistics journal to be launched
Arabic Linguistics, a new scientific journal that will appear every six months, will be launched by King Abdullah International Center for Arabic Language Service (KAICA). The publication aims to promote modern studies of the Arabic language using a …
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