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Women Saving the Earth (Popularity: )
The International Museum of Women (I.M.O.W.), a non-partisan social change museum, explores links between politics, women, and the environment this month in the global online exhibition Women, Power and Politics. With climate change the hot topic on political agendas around the world, the multimedia exhibition makes a timely exploration of political activism through women's efforts to save the earth. Debuting new essays, interviews, film clips, community forums, a podcast and ...

Written in Stone: Italbec U.S., Supplier & Installer of the World's Most Exclusive Natural Stone and Ceramic Products, Retains TransMedia Group for Rock Solid Publicity Campaign (Popularity: )
It's written in stone: Italbec U.S. retains TransMedia Group to show the world what the construction and design industries have known for years -- Italbec's customized design, procurement and installation of unique stone turns architecture into art. Italbec U.S.'s most recent masterpiece is the $14.5 million natural stone and ceramic design at the W Hotel in South Beach, which will be unveiled in June 2009."In today's environment, you need an ...

Yom Kippur Guest President Stoyanov of Bulgaria Speaks on Miraculous Rescue of 50,000 Jewish Citizens During WWII at Beverly Hills Temple of the Arts (Popularity: )
Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish calendar, observed by prayer and fasting, begins at sundown on Sunday evening, September 27. It will be marked on Monday morning by the visit of President Petar Stoyanov of Bulgaria who will reveal a little known historical episode about the miraculous rescue of his country's entire Jewish population of 50,000 Jews during World War II.Rabbi David Baron announced that the previous past ...

You Call That Art? March 29 - May 9th, 2008, Opening Reception March 29, 2008, 7pm-ish (Popularity: )
Put on your cool clothes and practice your chin-scratching. La Jolla's newest art gallery, Ed, will open its doors for the first time on March 29th. The first exhibit, "You Call That Art?" -- a show on everything perceived as being art, or not being art all -- is a collaboration by completely unknown local wannabe artists; Rob Wells, Donald James, and Parker Siglin. But don't let the show's cerebral-sounding ...