143 N. La Brea Ave.,, Los Angeles,, 90036
Future Roots band The Boston Boys play Room 5 Lounge in Los Angeles on Friday, April 25 after an extended tour concluding with their second visit to Morocco.
Their tour in Morocco was one in a series of rewarding opportunities to reach new audiences around the world in partnership with the U.S. State Department. In only two years, The Boston Boys have performed in over a dozen other countries, both by their own initiative and through tours in partnership with the U.S. State Department.
Always the product of teachers and mentors, The Boston Boys are educators themselves and often lead educational workshops in conjunction with their performances. In October 2013, they were the first band to participate in a Music Residency sponsored by Zoo Labs in Oakland, CA, where they recorded their third EP (scheduled for release in 2014) and studied entrepreneurship with distinguished faculty from the California College of the Arts Design MBA program.
Mandolinist, guitarist, and lead singer, Eric Robertson, initiated the project as a student at Berklee College of Music. He, along with multi-instrumentalist Duncan Wickel, bassist Josh Hari, and drummer Nicholas Falk, deliver a fusion of bluegrass, soul, rock, jazz, and pop inspired by bedrock artists like Paul Simon, Ray Charles and Wilco. Theirs is music made by independent and entrepreneurial musicians with control over their careers and the drive to reach communities around the globe on their own terms.
308 Charles E. Young Drive North, Los Angeles, CA 90024
4:00am to 9:30am
Join CLA for an extended length program covering the intricacies of literary publishing contracts. The day will begin with a presentation by attorney Jonathan Kirsch, who will discuss the standard com...
2714 Triunfo Canyon Road, Agoura Hills, 91301
8:00am to 12:30pm
A Mending Kids party, set amongst rolling vineyards and majestic oaks, and attended by some of your favorite stars, will raise funds for vital pediatric surgeries. Sponsored by the Malibu Guild of Men...
6666 Green Valley Circle Culver City CA, 90230, Culver City, 90401
9:00am to 5:00pm
My name is Angela, I'm co-secretary of a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder peer support group. We meet at SHARE! in Culver City, Tuesdays 8pm.
I'm contacting you to let you know about the Festival of Recovery at SHARE! (Self Help And Recovery Exchange) in Culver City on Saturday April 26th, from 9:00-5:00. We will have more than 30 support groups meeting throughout the day on Saturday, relating to trauma recovery, feelings of depression, hopes & aspirations, overcoming anger issues, getting along better with roommates, addiction issues and more!
The event is free and all are welcome. Food and drink are being provided and lunch will be served at 1:00pm.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact myself or Artrice who I've CC'd on this email.
SHARE! Culver City
6666 Green Valley Circle
Culver City CA, 90230
The mission of SHARE! the Self-Help And Recovery Exchange is to help people in Los Angeles pursue personal growth and change. SHARE! empowers people to change their own lives and provides them a loving, safe, non-judgmental place where they can find community, information and support.
Direct link to HQ JPG of Festival flyer:
Los Angeles, CA 90024
11:00am to 4:30pm
This is a paid event. Visit http://www.calawyersforthearts.org/calendar?eventId=864503&EventViewMode... for pricing and to register in advance and save!
[5.0 hrs. California MCLE credit available]
With Jonathan Kirsch, Esq. and Paul Levine, Esq.
Join CLA for an extended length program covering the intricacies of literary publishing contracts. The day will begin with a presentation by attorney Jonathan Kirsch, who will discuss the standard components of a publishing deal with a focus on real world examples from sample agreements. The presentation will also address recent changes in practices due to developments in law, technology, and publishing markets.
After a half hour break, attorney Paul Levine will provide an in depth look at four of the most common compensation arrangements for authors: advances, royalties, first and second serialization rights and best-seller bonuses. The presentation will cover the way these arrangements are typically structured as well as the pros and cons of each model.
This program will be presented at an advanced level and is geared towards attorneys, but all members of the community are welcome to attend.