Archive for July, 2010

The Truth about Short Sales

The Truth about Short Sales

By Katharyn Schall-Grill With foreclosures rising, and many trial loan modifications set to expire, many homeowners with negative equity wonder whether they will be able to afford their payments. The banks are willing to negotiate now, so savvy homeowners facing hardship with their payments are looking to short sell their home and buy a better […]

EFM Financial: “Your Financial Success is Our Mission”

EFM Financial: “Your Financial Success is Our Mission”

We have designed our website as an educational wealth path for young, middle age and senior Americans. It is no secret that home ownership creates security, tax advantages and the best economic method to house you and your family. Interest rates are at a record low and we teach our clients how to navigate on […]

Ken Corday: Producer, Composer, Author

Ken Corday: Producer, Composer, Author

His new book is a Valentine to his family and fans. Readers are drawn into a personal observation of family dynamics including heartbreak, love and even suicide. “I’m getting calls from psychologists and radio shows to discuss how families deal with alcoholism and mental illness,” says Ken Corday, author of The Days of our Lives: […]

Steven Applegate and Lori Donato Announce Summer Workshop for Singers and Actors

Steven Applegate and Lori Donato Announce Summer Workshop for Singers and Actors

The teaching team of Steven Applegate and Lori Donato are thrilled to announce their upcoming performance workshop series for singers and actors beginning with a one night “Sizzling Summer Special” on Monday, August 9th, 7:00-10:00 p.m. This will be an intense 3 hour class, allowing the performers to work on material in a safe and […]

Big Brother is Watching… Your Weight

I know everyone was very busy last week following the important Lindsay Lohan court hearings so you might have missed a new little tidbit of news concerning (yet again) new federal regulations. Yes, surprise, surprise, the feds have sneaked in another one on us! This time it has to do with our personal body weight. […]

Cultivating Comedy in the Community

Cultivating Comedy in the Community

By Chelsea Sutton Since the Falcon opened its doors almost thirteen years ago, its mission has remained the same: to make as many people laugh with live theatre as possible. Falcon Founders Garry Marshall and his daughter Kathleen Marshall LaGambina have been committed to cultivating comedy through the voices of veteran stage actors and newcomers […]

The Electric Car is (Almost) Here

The Electric Car is (Almost) Here

Every now and then a car comes along and immediately has a waiting list to get it even before it goes on sale. As I write this, a cute new car called the Nissan Leaf has in excess of 16,000 buyers who’ve put down deposits to own one, even though it won’t be in showrooms […]

Beyond, Jim Caruso’s Cast Party, and More Musical Fun

Beyond, Jim Caruso’s Cast Party, and More Musical Fun

As the creator, producer, director and star of the show Beyond, Aurelien Roulin was a blur, running around on opening night and attending to every detail of the blissful dance show that is playing until August 1st at the El Portal Theatre in NoHo. With a playful and glitzy cirque style, Roulin and Clara Duda […]

SPINNING

SPINNING

I want to talk about the webs we weave. And we’re not the only ones. It looks like silk worms are laying gauze over all greens, but no. While tending the garden or just roaming to enjoy others, I see battalions of gung ho little spiders draping trees or anything on which they swing and […]

Shopstacle Course

I have a new rule in my home. It was not honed over time but bred over time. It is the result of not so much conflict resolution but too much choice. And even then it is caused by subtleties that no matter how hard, how long or how detailed I get, I get it […]