Monthly Archives: December 2012
Limited NYC Show Runs January 19th through February 2nd
The Stella Adler Studio’s Harold Clurman Laboratory Theater Company is excited to announce the world premiere of a new adaptation of Anton Checkhov’s classic drama The Seagull, brought to the stage by celebrated director John Gould Rubin with a new translation by Royston Coppenger. Gould Rubin directs a realistic, deconstructed and more accessible version of the play. His vision of the play is that the characters go on an “apocalyptic” emotional journey.
‘California’s Largest Travel Show
Returns to Long Beach
January 12-13, 2013
The 8th Annual Los Angeles Travel & Adventure Show returns to the Long Beach Convention Center January 12-13 with an all-new, first-ever VIP Food & Wine Experience. This fun and interactive wine presentation takes place Saturday, January 12 from 3:45 to 5 p.m. James “UrWineGuy” King will teach guests how to sip through wineries all over the world, followed by a food and wine pairing from Chef Jason Collis of Limoneira Ranch.
- Brownstone | Central Coast, California
- Montefiore | Piedmont, Italy
- Ombu | San Rafael, Argentina
- St Lucas Wines | Mendoza, Argentina
- Farina | Toro, Spain
- Terroir Napa Valley | Napa Valley, California
The VIP Food & Wine Experience requires the purchase of an additional ticket for $15 in advance and $20 at the show. After clicking the link to “Buy Tickets Online,” a box pops up with more info and then leads you to the ticket purchase screen.
There are many other culinary experts speaking and demonstrating throughout the weekend at the show, including:
- Chef Darrell “DAS” Smith, a contestant on The Next Food Network Star
- Chef Dweh Toeque, demonstrating how to make Lobster Risotto
- Chef Andy Matsud, presenting Sushi 101
- David Sloan, speaking on the history and art of the Key Lime Pie
And many others! (click for a list of the exhibitors)
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This Christmas I’m celebrating with one of my favorite renditions of the Nutcracker. Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you, Rudolf Nureyev as The Prince
Merle Park as Clara.
Good Morning California!
Opening Reception 12/21/2012: AXIOM CONTEMPORARY
December 21, 2012 – January 10, 2013
Esenherz’s upcoming L.A. exhibition at Axiom Contemporary titled LIFE POST 12212012, is a multimedia show with paintings, sculptures, installations and video that will elucidate aspects of a Doomsday Scenerio.
At the end of last year Esenherz had made a decision to have an exhibition titled “LIFE POST 12212012” indicating this number also known as DOOMSDAY.
“In the beginning all seemed to be easy”, Esenherz stated. At the time, his own narrow judgement about this subject basically concluded that; ‘all media promoted DOOMSDAY scenerios are propaganda, conspiracy theories are single minded, DOOMSDAY is manmade starting with the industrial revolution and after all, the Mayan calendar simply ends to start a new era.’
Well, a few months into the preparations and with 1000’s of hours of research, Esenherz realized the overwhelming complexity of this subject. There was scientific knowledge mixing with predictions leading to Religion and Aliens. WOW!! This is going to be bigger than he thought.
Meanwhile his jurisdiction had broadened so much, that it became a new challenge to narrow down this concept to a final equation.
Esenherz says, ‘Among all species on Earth, humans are the sole inhabitants capable of altering, exploiting, and subsequently destroying nature. Therefore, the search for aliens is an absurd quest. Yes, all of the media promoted DOOMSDAY scenarios will occur at one point in our future. For now, experience LIFEPOST 12212012 at Axiom Contemporary, but you’ve got to be gentler with your/our home.’
Axiom Contemporary is proud to present Esenherz’s Los Angeles debut exhibition.