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Vol 7 Issue 173 December 27 thru January 10, 2014

M A G A Z I N E

Palm Springs

Christopher Kennedy

Ringing in

2014

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Los Angeles

Stephanie Mills

San Diego

Andy Ashton

Encouragement in the New Year!

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Vol 7 Issue 173 December 27 thru January 10, 2014

Live Today…enjoy the moment

Christopher Kennedy

M A G A Z I N E

Palm Springs

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Automation, and more than three dozen local and national residential design

resources like Pirch, Egg & Dart Showrooms, and Modern Home.

“The Jet Set and Mid-Century Modern styles have a uniquely American

bent to them,” adds Kennedy. “While the architecture has Bauhaus and other

European influences, I feel that the California architects created their own

unique interpretation of the modernist movement, adapting and evolving it to

take advantage of our fair climate and unique terrain.”

“My goal with the Compound is to celebrate Palm Springs’ architecture in its

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DICK HASKAMP

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The Roasting of Dick Haskamp, humanitarian

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PALM SPRINGS INTERNATIONAL

FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES

2014 GALAS, NEW VOICES/

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“Belle” to Open Fest and “Le Week-End” to Close Fest Festival to Showcase

Films Featuring Juliette Binoche, Jim Broadbent, Billy Crystal,

Johnny Depp, Tina Fey, John Goodman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Katie Holmes,

William Hurt, Allison Janney, Jessica Lange, Mélanie Laurent, Elizabeth

Olsen, Clive Owen, Jean Reno, Isabella Rossellini, Taylor Schilling, Tom

Wilkinson and Many Others

Palm Springs, CA – The 25th annual Palm Springs International Film

Festival (PSIFF) announces its complete line-up including Galas, Premieres

and New Voices/New Visions. The Festival will launch on Friday,

January 3 with the U.S. Premiere of opening night film Belle directed

by Amma Assante, and screenings playing throughout the day. The

Festival will wrap on Sunday, January 12 with Le Week-End directed by

Roger Michell. 187 films from 60 countries, including 77 premieres (8

world, 22 North American and 47 U.S.), will unspool at the Festival, running

from January 3-13, 2014 in Palm Springs, California.

“This year’s lineup is particularly diverse in theme and content, encompassing

vintage work by established directors alongside auspicious

debuts by a vast number of newly emerging talents,” said Festival Director

Darryl Macdonald. “The overall quality of the films vividly reflects

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more personal, character-driven stories that defy easy genre labels,

making for a much richer, more satisfying cinematic experience.”

GALAS

The Festival will open with the US premiere screening of Belle (UK),

followed by a reception at the Palm Springs Art Museum. Directed by

Amma Assante, Belle is a period drama inspired by the life of Dido

Elizabeth Belle, the illegitimate daughter of a Captain in the Royal Navy,

stationed in the Caribbean. The film stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sarah

Gadon, Tom Wilkinson, Emily Watson, Sam Reid, Tom Felton, Matthew

Goode, Penelope Wilton and Miranda Richardson. Director Assante is

expected to attend the film screening.

NEW VOICES/NEW VISIONS

The New Voices/New Visions Award will honor one of 12 films from top

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Festival, with the additional criteria that the films selected are currently

without US distribution. To see the complete list of selected films for

this year, go to www.psfilmfest.org

PREMIERES

The Festival will offer a selection of 77 premieres of highly anticipated

films, showcasing the diversity of international cinema (for a list of film

descriptions, please go to go to www.psfilmfest.org )

About The Palm Springs International Film Festival

The Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF) is one of the

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annually for its lineup of new and celebrated international features

and documentaries. The Festival is also known for its annual Black Tie

Awards Gala, honoring the best achievements of the filmic year by a

celebrated list of talents who, in recent years, have included Ben Affleck,

Javier Bardem, Cate Blanchett, Danny Boyle, Bradley Cooper, George

Clooney, Daniel Day-Lewis, Leonardo DiCaprio, Clint Eastwood, Ron

Howard, Helen Mirren, Sean Penn, Brad Pitt, Natalie Portman, Charlize

Theron and Kate Winslet.

The Awards Gala of the 25th annual Palm Springs International Film

Festival is presented by Cartier and sponsored by Mercedes Benz and

Entertainment Tonight. The City of Palm Springs is the Title Sponsor of

the Film Festival. Presenting Sponsors are Wells Fargo, The Desert Sun

and Spencer’s. Major sponsors are AARP, Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla

Indians, Wessman Development, Bank of America, Wintec, Regal

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THE DESERT ROSE PLAYHOUSE TO PRESENT

“NITE CLUB

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Modernism Week 2014

11-Day Festival Celebrates Cool, Iconic,

Modern, Palm Springs

Modernism Week’s signature February event is an annual celebration of midcentury

modern design, architecture, art, fashion and culture. This exciting 11-

day festival will take place February 13-23, 2014 in the greater Palm Springs

area. It features more than 100 events including the Signature Home Tours,

films, lectures, Premier Double Decker Architectural Bus Tours, Modernism

Show, nightly parties and live music, walking and bike tours, a Prefab

Showcase and Modern Living Expo, tours of Sunnylands, vintage fashion,

classic cars, garden tours, a vintage travel trailer exhibition, and more.

Joey English

John Ferraro

Katie Pavao

“Modernism Week is one of the country’s most popular annual events for

architects, designers, collectors, and modernism aficionados,” says Board

Chairman, Chris Mobley. “It’s a great opportunity to share the cool, iconic,

modern design aesthetic of Palm Springs with visitors from around the world.”

Programming highlights include the Premier Double Decker Bus Architectural Tours

running four times daily; the return of speaker Charles Phoenix at the Annenberg

Theater (2/15); tours of the Annenberg Estate at Sunnylands; the popular Modernism

Show at the Palm Springs Convention Center (2/14-17); a Vintage Fashion Show at

Hilton Palm Springs (2/16); and an expanded exhibition at the Prefab Showcase and

additional designers in the Modern Living Expo (both weekends).

The popular lecture and film series, which continues to draw sell-out crowds,

will debut a film on legendary architect and Palm Springs resident, Hugh

Kaptur. Kaptur, who designed more than 200 residences and 40 commercial

projects locally, will also be added to the famed Palm Springs Walk of Stars with

a ceremony and reception on Thursday, February 20.

Rancho Mirage, CA - The Desert Rose Playhouse, the Valley’s

live stage company serving the LGBT community, will present

Miss Joey English in Dennis Deal’s “mid-century modern”

jazz musical Nite Club Confidential. The production will open

January 10, 2014 for a six-week run closing on February 16,

2014. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM and

Sundays at 2 PM.

With an impressive background performing in nightclubs,

theatres, and on television around the world, Miss Joey English

stars as 1950’s nightclub chanteuse “Kay Goodman”, a woman

who all through the Eisenhower administration, never once saw

daylight. Miss English is joined by award-winning singer/actor/

dancer John Ferrare as singer/agent/club owner “Buck Holden”

and fresh young talent Katie Pavao as up-and-coming nightclub

star “Dorothy Flynn”. Also appearing are Ryan Dominguez and

Jeremy Johnson as “Mitch” and “Sal”, versatile and personable

members of the vocal group, The High.

These five characters, accompanied by an onstage 3-piece

combo, take audiences on a giddy and sophisticated global

adventure from New York to Hollywood and Paris with a smart

mix of Vocal Standards like “That Old Black Magic”, “Goody

Goody”, and “Something’s Gotta Give” as well as terrific new Jazz

tunes. The production is directed by DRP Artistic Director Jim

Strait. Broadway and Hollywood veteran Steven Smith is Musical

Director/Conductor and choreography is by Mark Demry.

The Desert Rose Playhouse is a project of Desert Rose

Productions, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit

corporation. Nite Club Confidential continues Desert Rose

Productions’ mission to produce and present literate, relevant

and entertaining plays and musicals to LGBT and Gay-Friendly

theatregoers in the Coachella Valley.

Tickets are $30 for Friday and Saturday evening performances; $28

for Sunday matinees and go on sale December 15, 2013. To order

go online at www.desertroseplayhouse.org or call 760-202-3000.

Nite Club Confidential

The Desert Rose Playhouse, 69620 Highway 111,

Rancho Mirage, CA 92270

On Saturday, February 22 the Palm Springs Art Museum’s Architecture and Design

Council will offer their annual Symposium and Tour, this year titled: Sand and Sea –

Modernism in Palm Springs and Sarasota. The full-day program will explore architectural

similarities between Palm Springs and Sarasota, Florida; both recognized for their large

concentration of mid-century buildings. Sarasota appealed to northern dwellers as a

resort for its mild winters, much like Palm Springs. The concentration of Sarasota’s

modern architecture, designed by such architects as Paul Rudolph, Ralph Twitchell,

and Victor Lundy, was named the Sarasota School, yet Palm Springs’ architecture does

not have the distinction of a named school. Following lunch in the sculpture garden,

symposium participants who have purchased tickets for the entire day will board motor

coaches for an interior view of some outstanding examples of Palm Springs architecture.

A cocktail reception will conclude the day at the final home on the tour.

A new event for the 9th Annual Modernism Week is a Sunset Tour of Illuminated

Modern, a nightly exhibition along Palm Canyon Drive that showcases a selection of

specially illuminated contemporary and mid-century buildings designed by prominent

desert architects. Danish Modern and influences from modern eras in Chicago and

Hawaii will also be found as organizers pay homage to modernism across the globe.

In response to public feedback from 2012, a new and exciting series of events dubbed

“Modernism Week After Dark”. Special nightly events will be planned and released for

sale on the website over the coming months. The popular Opening Night party tickets

are available online. This is the official start of Modernism Week on Thursday, February

13, a festive “Modern Mambo” extravaganza at Caliente Tropics, built in 1964. A fabulous

variety of music, food and flavors of the tropics will be enjoyed by more than 300 guests

expected to attend the “hottest” party west of Havana. Additional Modernism Week

After Dark events will occur throughout the week including cocktail parties at stylish

hotels; multiple music clubs and venues featuring live bands, deejays and dancing; and

a special “Party at the Prefabs” to allow visitors to experience the beautifully appointed

prefab model homes showcased like glowing lanterns when lit up in a lively party

atmosphere after dark.

Modernism Week will close on Sunday, February 23 with a very special appearance and

talk given by world-renowned designer Trina Turk. Known for her unique Palm Springsinspired

designs, Trina Turk will present “Sunnylands Chic” at the Rancho Mirage Library

discussing her insight on the iconic style of Leonore Annenberg and the Annenberg

Estate at Sunnylands. An exclusive meet-and-greet cocktail reception will be held at

Sunnylands Center and Gardens in Rancho Mirage immediately following the lecture.

Guests will enjoy visiting with Trina Turk in the beautifully refined setting, impeccably

designed by Los Angeles-based architect Frederick Fisher.

Participants will have the unique opportunity to explore the pristinely planted gardens

designed by the Office of James Burnett, who is also a featured speaker during the

lecture series on Friday, February 21.

Modernism Week has launched a new and improved website and ticketing system at

www.modernismweek.com. Visitors to the site can learn about all scheduled events

using improved sorting categories to search by date or type of event. Streamlined

ticketing functionality provides the ability to select desired events, continue shopping,

and check out all at once. Printable e-tickets also expedite confirmation receipt.

January 10 – February 16, 2014; performances Friday and

Saturday evenings at 8 PM;

Tickets: $30.00 Friday & Saturday performances; $28 Sundays

performances

To order: Online at www.desertroseplayhouse.org or call 760-202-3000.

Sundays at 2 PM.


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Post Pop – The Work of

Abe Alvarez-Tostado

Post anything is always a bit tricky

especially when one is Post Pop

Surrealism and Post Pop Cubism. But post

or pop or not, Abe Alvarez-Tostado is force

to be reckoned with on the Coachella Art

scene.

Abe grew up in Long Beach. Along the

way he lived in San Diego and San

Francisco. Each stop added to the

richness of Abe’s work. Self taught and

inspired by his mother, the artist, Carmen

Alvarez-Tostado and her art books, Abe

saw the world through the voluptuousness

of art. He found inspiration in comic

books, skateboard art, street and sticker

art – for Abe art was and is everywhere.

Photo by Dimitri Halkidis

By Angela Romeo

Abe’s work is color and form. The distorted

figures and exaggerated forms suggest

the influence of Cubist and Surreal

movements. The Cubists sought to

break up, analyze and reassemble and

the Surrealist sought the unexpected

juxtaposition, it is Abe’s twist on these

movements that makes him unique. The

bold lines, the flattening of shapes and

saturation of color are hallmarks of Abe’s

work.

But part of being “post” movement means

the artist incorporates the contemporary.

Here again Abe has distilled the

skateboard and urban art cultures.

Pop surrealism was born in the LA

underground of the 1970s. By the 1980’s

its influence was seen in popular culture.

For Abe this was another layer for him to

draw on. He was a part of the skateboard

culture of Southern California. He was

drawn to the work of skateboard artists

Mark Gonzales and Niel Blender.

The skateboard movement in turn had

its influence on the burgeoning Urban

Art scene. Abe was in the midst of the

Urban Art assault. He was witness to

street artists such as Banksy, Doze, JR,

Blu and Adam Neate. As urban art moved

from tagging and graffiti culture to public

space art, Abe saw the influence of this

movement affect his own work.

Abe although a part of these worlds,

continued to create his own style.

Influences are just that, suggestion. Abe

was not content to be a follower when he

could be a leader. “My work is a reflection

of the multicultural cities I have live in. The

freshness of these movements, to me,

gel with the work of the early Cubists and

Surrealist. In each case Art is speaking

out loud and bold for all to see. My work is

loud and bold and fresh,” said Abe. “I am

an artist creating in the ‘now’. The world,

as I see it, is meant to be lived in. To be

‘post’ to me means I respect what can

before but my art is full of life as I am in

this movement.”

Abe’s work reflects the richness of the

past and the lushness of today. His work

maybe seen at www.abealvareztostado.

Angela Romeo is the producer /host of COLLIDING WORLDS TV and COLLIDING

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Hello all you

FABULOUS people.

Pinkie’s Place

Hello all of you FABULOUS

WONDERFUL people out there. I

hope that you all had a wonderful

Christmas. Our Christmas was extra

special this year. My mom and dad

came out here from Alabama and

spent a week with us. It was so

nice having them at our home for

Christmas. Usually we are the ones traveling to see them. Christmas Day

was wonderful we had a beautiful dinner with my parents and a couple

neighbors and friends at our home. I truly love this time of year, it is really

a special time. So I trust your Christmas was just as special.

Now, can you believe that the New Year is already here, just a few days

away? 2014, WOW......a brand new year with brand new opportunities to

make your life the best it can be. Just enjoy each and every day. Every

day is a NEW day and it is up to you how you handle that new day. You

can choose to be happy and make the most of the day or you can choose

to have a bad day. It is all up to you!

And don’t forget the New Years Eve celebration in Idyllwild at the Rustic

Theatre with Bella da Ball, Pinkie Meringue Shimmer, Jersey Shore,

Melissa Stratman, Cher, Carol Kamenis, Charles Herrera, Betty Anderson

and a cast of others from Idyllwild. There are very few tickets left at this

printing, so please call me to see if there are any tickets left, Pinkie 951-

392-0641.

I want to send a shout out to Juli and Levvy for all they do for the

community. Thank you so much for allowing me to have this column for all

these years and thank you so much for all that you do for me personally

and WOW thanks for that beautiful ad for our New Years Eve show. You

are both very special people!

I hope you

all have

the MOST

amazing New

Year. 2014 is

YOUR year to

shine. Do all

that you can

to make it the

best. You can

always contact

me at

PINKIEMERINGUE@YAHOO.COM

Love and Light

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under the sun, on the misted patio under

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Oscar’s Cafe

and Bar is where

RUFF NITE is

held to benefit The

Center. Thanks

Oscar’s and

Dennis Thomas.

Photos by

John Hedges

Dennis Thomas speaks to the

large patio crowd and greets

the doggies and their owners

alike.

Stephen H. Willard, Self Portrait at Easel, Palm Springs

Studio, circa 1935/2013, archival inkjet print from glass

negative, Palm Springs Art Museum, gift of Dr. Beatrice

Willard, © Palm Springs Art Museum

Newly-Opened Exhibition at Palm

Springs Art Museum Features Early

Photographic Works of Palm Springs

and Other Western Locations

Newly-Opened Exhibition at Palm Springs Art Museum Features

Early Photographic Works of Palm Springs and Other Western

Locations

Exhibition is a retrospective

of the artist’s fifty-year career

photographing the West

Secrets of the Sun: Stephen

H. Willard Photographs of the

West

Through April 6, 2014

This exhibition is organized

by the Palm Springs Art

Museum with support from the

museum’s Western Art Council

and the Stephen H. Willard

Endowment Fund.

For more information, call 760-

322-4800 or visit

www.psmuseum.org

New Year

Stephen H. Willard, Portrait of a Desert

Lily, n.d., archival inkjet print from film

negative, Palm Springs Art Museum,

gift of Dr. Beatrice Willard, © Palm

Springs Art Museum

Stephen H. Willard, Upright Joshua on Owens Lake, June 3, 1945/2013,

archival inkjet from film negative, (Willard No. 380), Palm Springs Art

Museum, gift of Dr. Beatrice Willard © Palm Springs Art Museum


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ANDY ASHTON

Encouragement for the New Year

LIVE: I see that you are now SAG and on IMDB, tell us

about your latest part in the TV movie on LifeTime Channel,

“Christmas in the City”.

An exclusive LIVE Magazine

interview by Levvy Carriker

LIVE: Where in England are you from?

Hi LIVE Magazine and thank you so much for blessing

me with the opportunity to grace the cover for the New

Year.

I was born in Blackpool, England May 18th thanks

to my wonderful parents Martin Joseph Ashton and

Wendy Ashton xx

LIVE: What was life like for you there?

Life in Blackpool was tough. I was always trying to find

ways of making it out of there which was why I chose the

American Dream. The land of the free and opportunity.

LIVE: So when did you first become a model?

I began modeling at the age of 18 years old. I was

scouted in a modeling competition and then I continued

to pursue and stay consistent. I began modeling

in London, Miami and California for fitness and fashion

magazines.

LIVE: What was your first model shoot like?

My very first modeling shoot was in Miami after competing

and winning Mr. Model Universe.

LIVE: What is it like being an Abrocrombie model and

working with Bruce Weber?

Working with Bruce Weber and shooting for Abercrombie

& Fitch has to be one of the highlights of my career.

It was such an honor and blessing to be flown out to Miami

and shoot for one of the biggest fashion designers

and photographers in the world.

Sure. I just played a big roll for the movie Christmas in the

City with Ashanti, Shanola Hampton and Ashley Williams,

that aired on The LifeTime Channel. It was a lot of fun to be

in a Christmas movie and I look forward to working on many

more in the future.

LIVE: Any future rolls you can tell us about?

Yes. 2014 I will be staring in a new action martial art movie.

This is all I can say for now.

LIVE: What are you plans for your future?

My plans for 2014 are to continue to succeed and climb

higher than ever before. I would also like to be happily married

and begin a beautiful family.

LIVE: How would someone get in touch with your team to hire you?

Jim Jordan - info@whitecrossproductions.com

LIVE: Who is your management company?

White Cross Productions

info@whitecrossproductions.com

Heffner Management is my main modeling agency based in

Seattle, WA

info@heffnermanagement.com

Also Miss J’vonshay Lucci, facebook page: Jvonshay Promotions,

danettelong@gmail.com

LIVE: Who is your film representation?

For Film Representation contact:

Carriker/Ragsdale Management & Representation

LIVE: Thank you for your time and companionship. 2014

will be your year in film!

Thank you so much Juli and Levvy for having me again.

Wishing you both a very special Christmas and a blessed

New Year.

LIVE: When did the Kate Moss shoot happen and what

was that day like?

My very first shoot with Bruce Weber was for W Magazine

with the one and only Kate Moss. It was a wonderful

feeling to be shooting with one of the most beautiful

and highest paid supermodels in the world. Thank you

Bruce and Kate xx

LIVE: What photoshoot did you do in Palm Springs?

My very first shoot in Palm Springs was with

Levvy Carriker for an issue of LIVE Magazine.

It was such an honor and blessing.

Thank you Levvy & Juli.

LIVE: What is it that you love about Palm Springs?

Palm Springs is Hollywood’s playground. It’s the place

you go to get away from Hollywood and enjoy some

quality fun time with friends.

LIVE: Who is one of your favorite inspirational people?

Bruce Lee, Muhammad Ali & Paul Chek are the most

Inspirational people to me.

LIVE: What inspires you as you kick off 2014?

For 2014 I have some great exciting projects to prep for.

I will be working on action movies, fashion and runway

events, photo shoots, music and fitness motivation.


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Andy Ashton and Kate Moss,

South Beach


Palm Springs

San Diego

Las Vegas

Christopher Kennedy

Stephanie Mills

David Spade

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ANDY ASHTON

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Vol 5 Issue 126 Mar 9 - Mar 23, 2012

Vol 7 Issue 173 December 27 thru January 10, 2014

M A G A Z I N E

M A G A Z I N E

Palm Springs

Ringing in

2014

with

Los Angeles

San Diego

Andy

Ashton

• Celebrity Doodles in Palm Springs

• Fashion Week Benefits Desert Outreach Foundation

• Shows • Events • Dining • Benefits • People

Andy Ashton

Encouragement in the New Year!

Las Vegas

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Recently, when the Mega Millions lotto was up to a staggering

hundreds of millions of dollars, I sent this email to a handful of

friends -

“The lottery is at over half a billion dollars. If you won it, what

would you do differently?”

Two of my friends took the

question for what it was: a

prosperity exercise designed to

reveal your true desires.

Daniel Barrett, my music

producer and my coauthor

of the forthcoming book, The

Remembering Process, listed

well over a dozen ways he

would spend, give, or invest the

money.

It was pretty impressive, and got me thinking about my

own list.

Lori Anderson, another dear

friend who supports me in all my

endeavors, author of the new

book, Divorce with Grace, listed

her number one desire: to have

her own television talk show.

She, also, got me thinking.

Their serious answers made me

reflect on how I would act if I won

the Mega Millions lotto, too.

What would I do differently?

Or what else would I do, with

hundreds of millions of dollars to

spare?

So I made my own list, which was

eye-opening. (Apparently there

are more music albums and more

books in me.)

What about you?

Making a list of what you would do with that much money can be revealing,

but it’s only the first step.

And don’t deceive yourself into thinking you would just blow the money

on cars and furs and travel and such. You can play with the kid’s view of

money — “I’d buy a house full of candy!” – but you want to go deeper.

After you buy the new cars and the big houses and the world cruises

and all the toys, wine and cheese that you want; and after you pay off all

your debt and give money to family and friends and causes you believe

in; what would you then do?

This is what “The Lottery Secret” is all about.

Face it –

You don’t need more money.

You need clarity and action.

Clarity.

Action.

That’s it!

With those, the money (or whatever may actually help you achieve

your desire) will show up.

But you have to start the ball moving with clarity and action.

And you can begin right now by playing “The Lottery Secret”

prosperity game.

So here’s the question again…

“The lottery is at over half a billion dollars. If you won it, what

would you do differently?”

Well?

Ao Akua

joe

PS – If you need help exploring money as a spiritual self-help tool,

and clearing yourself of limiting beliefs so you can accept more

good in your life, consider The Secret to Attracting Money complete

bestselling audio program.

Note: Many people claim to have a system to help you win the lottery. Here’s

one I have heard of (but not tried): http://outrageous.hooke1.hop.clickbank.net

The second part of the exercise is to ask yourself what you can do right

now, even if baby steps, to move toward creating your desires.

It’s not about the lotto. Virtually everyone dreams of winning it, but almost

none are prepared for it. You have to grow into handling that much more

money. For many, it is too much, too soon.

But you can use the prosperity exercise of pretending you won to -

Reveal your true calling, life mission, or heart’s desire.

Reveal what actions you can take right now, in whatever small way you can,

without more money.

Again, most people need to grow into having more money.

I’ve landed some pretty big publishing, speaking, and consulting deals. But

had that money come when I was homeless or in poverty, or still struggling

on a limited income, I would not have been able to handle the wealth.

I had to dissolve inner limiting beliefs about money, success, self-worth, and

more to allow more money to come into my life.

This is why so many lotto winners lose their money. They aren’t ready for it.

Again, I invite you to use the fantasy of the lotto win to reveal your true

desires, and then to nudge you to look in the mirror and ask what you can

do right now to make your dreams come true.

PSS – Again, a system that claims to help you win the lottery

(which I have not tested) is here:

www.outrageous.hooke1.hop.clickbank.net

LIVE Magazine welcomes the inspirations of

Joe Vitale. Joe is the author of way too many

books to mention, including the bestsellers

“The Attractor Factor,” “Life’s Missing

Instruction Manual” and ooohhh so many

more, including the head spinner, “Zero Limits”

and the mega-hit, “The Key.”

He stars in the movies “The Secret,” “The

Opus,” “The Compass,” “The Tapping Solution,”

“Leap,” “Beyond Belief,” “The Meta-Secret”

and “Openings”.

Joe is creator of Miracles Coaching, Hypnotic Writing, Hypnotic

Marketing, and The Awakening Course.

See it all at http://www.JoeVitale.com

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by GEORGE NEWBERRY

Tori Adding?

Charlie Flat Finish?

Kathy Gargoyle??

1. If Tori was Adding instead of Spelling?

2. If Faith was a Valley instead of a Hill?

3. If Kathy was a Gargoyle instead of a Griffin?

4. If Charlie was a Flat Finish instead of a Sheen?

5. If Orlando was a Withered Blossom instead of a Bloom?

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“They call us sin city. But it’s not. It’s

angel city,” cab driver Gerardo Gamboa

said. (Credit: KLAS)

Las Vegas Cabbie Finds

$300,000 in Backseat,

Returns it to Poker Player

A Las Vegas cabbie had no second thoughts when he found

$300,000 in cash in a brown paper bag in his cab this week.

He made sure it was returned to the forgetful owner.

“I don’t care from $10 to higher. My dignity is not for sale, and that’s

the way I am. That’s the way our parents taught us when I was a kid,”

cabbie Gerardo Gamboa told CNN affiliate KVVU. “All I wanted to do

was just call my dispatcher and return it, and this is the only chance I

have to show cab drivers in Las Vegas are not bad people.”

The loser of the money -- at least temporarily, thanks to Gamboa’s

good deed -- was a famous 28-year-old professional poker player,

whom officials weren’t publicly identifying, according to another CNN

affiliate, KLAS.

The gambler was so devastated at his loss Monday that “he wanted

to shoot himself in the head,” a cab company official told KLAS.

“He was grateful. He was very understanding; he wasn’t irritated.

To a point he was irritated, but he wasn’t mad or aggressive or anything.

Maybe a little more embarrassed than anything. I mean, he left

$300,000 in a cab, but he was an awesome guy,” Yellow Checker Star

field operations manager Joel Willden told KVVU.

The chief operating officer of the cab company described the sum as

the most found in a cab in his 32 years in the business.

“We had to be as a company extremely cautious that the right person

got the money,” cab firm CEO Bill Shranko told KLAS. “It’s the Christmas

season and we think it’s the best story that I’ve seen in 32 years,

and cab drivers worldwide are going to be very proud.”

It all began when Gamboa drove a man about two miles between

casino-hotels, from the Cosmopolitan on the Las Vegas Strip to

Palms Place, KLAS reported. The man gave him a $5 tip.

Gamboa then went back to the Strip -- the Bellagio casino-hotel.

“When the doorman at the Bellagio opened up the door for the next

passenger, he said, ‘There’s a bag in here. It’s full of chocolate,’”

Gamboa told KLAS.

When he opened the bag, Gamboa was stunned at the six bundles

of $100 bills inside. His next fare was already in the cab, and Gamboa

told the passenger, “Look sir, you are my witness. I didn’t touch

anything here,” Gamboa told KLAS.

Meanwhile, the poker player went to the cab company looking for his

lost money.

Gamboa took the small fortune to the office of his Nevada cab

company, which contacted authorities. After a four-hour police investigation,

officials confirmed the gambler was the rightful owner of the

money, KLAS reported.

Yellow Check Star gave Gamboa a $1,000 reward, made him driver

of the year, and gave him a steak dinner for two, the affiliates reported.

“I did the right thing, that’s it,” Gamboa told KLAS. “They call us sin

city. But it’s not. It’s angel city.”


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Palm

Springs

Shows and Events

Leo Gosselin

Fridays, Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, & 31, 2014 6:00 PM

The Purple Room, 1900 E. Palm Canyon Drive,

Palm Springs, CA 92264

Leo Gosselin is a pioneer and master of a radically

new technique on strings. The Chapman Stick

Touchboard, invented by Emmett Chapman

in 1974, is a revolution in stringed instrument

technology. The “Stick,” designed in 8, 10, and

12 string versions (the right hand tuned like a

guitar, the left like a cello in reverse), is played

percussively with both hands free to sketch

melodic lines in the manner of a keyboard.

For more information and reservations,

760-322-4422 or visit purpleroompalmsprings.com.

1900 E Palm Canyon Dr • Palm Springs, CA 92264

Phone: 760.322.4422

FRIDAYS

DJ Georgie in the house.

Dance Floor stylings and

Go Go boy to boot!

2100 North Palm Canyon

760 416 7584 www.toucanstikilounge.com

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224 E Arenas Rd,

Palm Springs,

CALIFORNIA USA

www.psstreetbar.com

5th Annual “Hollywood’s Biggest Night”

Party Benefiting AIDS Assistance Program

Watch the OSCARS® at Trio Restaurant. Sunday, March 2, 2014, 4:30 PM, Trio

Restaurant, 707 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs CA

$125 bar seating, $150 general seating, & $175

dinner, well drinks, wine, and champagne.

For reservations, please contact AAP at 760/325-8481 or visit www.aidsassistance.org.

Friday, January 17, 2014

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• Late Night

Menu served

from 11pm to

2am Friday &

Saturday

• Happy Hour,

3pm–7pm,

Tues thru

Sun

$10 Cover

Enjoy A Bottomless Champagne Brunch

EVERYDAY!

Desiree, Fredrich and staff serve up a fun experience in their indoor/

outdoor eatery. This is a wonderful American, European Restaurant.

Add $3.95 to your menu choice for bottomless

champagne.

Daily 7:30am - 2pm Brunch

BOTTOMLESS CHAMPAGNE $3.95 PER PERSON

ALL WELL DRINKS INCL. MARTINI @ $2.50 EACH

MARTINI BURGER @ $8.95 (hamburger

with 1 glass well martini)

134 E Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs

Pinocchio In the Desert

7:30 AM-2PM. (2:30PM during season)

See menu online 760-322-3776 www.PinocchioPS.com

1900 E Palm Canyon Dr • Palm Springs, CA 92264

Phone: 760.322.4422 • Email: Info@PurpleRoomPalmSprings.com

Todd Ashley

Contemporary Guitar

Friday - December 27

Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013,

Saturdays - Jan. 4, 11, 18, & 25, 2014

Guitarist and composer Todd Ashley delivers some of

the finest contemporary nylon-string jazz, smooth jazz

and R&B in Southern California. Over the last decade,

Ashley has opened for artists such as The Temptations,

Dave Koz, Mindi Abair, George Benson, The

Rippingtons, Chris Botti and others. Ashley studied

jazz guitar at Musician’s Institute, and earned a degree

from Guitar Institute of Technology. His unique “ruff

jazz nylon-string style” is reminiscent of his influences,

Steve Oliver, Ken Navarro and Earl Klugh.

6 PM, No Cover.

The Purple Room,

1900 E Palm Canyon Drive,

Palm Springs, CA 92264

For more information and reservations, call

760-322-4422

or visit www.purpleroompalmsprings.com

Saturdays

SATURDAYS

GREAT DANCING

WORLD CLASS DJS

GO-GO BOYS!

HAPPY HOUR SPECIALS UNTIL 7PM

302 EAST ARENAS ROAD PALM SPRINGS

760.323.0700 • HUNTERSNIGHTCLUBS.COM

760.864.TRIO(8746)

707 N Palm Canyon Dr

Call today or reserve online at:

www.TrioPalmSprings.com

Cocktail Madness

$3 wine/well/beer

$5 margs/mojitos/martinis

daily...11a-7p

STREETBAR

224 E Arenas Rd, Palm Springs CA USA

Saturday Top Shelf

Special:

3 Olives Vodka

$5 10am-8pm, $6

after 8pm. Add $1 for

Martini or Rocks Drinks


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Springs

Shows and Events

There’s a

www.facebook.com/ToucansTikiLounge

D A N C E!! With DJ Mixtress Victoria!

(760) 416-7584

2100 North Palm Canyon Dr Palm Springs, CA

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Live: 10x16

Closing Date: 10/18/13

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SUNDAY MORNINGS, “SOME LIKE IT HOT!” SMOKIN’ BLOODIES WITH JOE AND PAUL

(pm)

Streetbar, 224 E Arenas Rd.

Palm Springs , 760-320-1266

Karaoke with

Lindsey

9PM

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Thank YOU for reading the

magazine!

This magazine is free to you the reader because of the

support of our advertisers! please support our advertisers

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SUNDAYS

8 & 10 PM

3-course

feast

$19 99

Featuring the same generous portions of delicious food on our main menu

breakfast

760 327- LULU (5858)

8am–11am every day

lunch & enjoy our

dinner our fabulous

from 11am

lulupalmsprings.com

christmas sunday day 1–9pm

a delicious

*

brunch

enjoy our fabulous

3-course dinner

Visit our sister restaurant

sunday per

at The River,

$3499

brunch

per person

person

plus per tax person

11am

from $19 99

plus tax Rancho Mirage

*

under 12 $17.99

11am

–3pm

reservaTions a musT!

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3-course

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$19 99

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200 S Indian 8am–11am Cyn every Dr Palm day Springs

760-778-4326 lunch & dinner

sTarTs

per

per

$9999 person aT 9pm

$4999

Karaoke Cabaret

with host

Espress Yourself

Jeff Bosco

9PM

Featuring the same generous portions of delicious food on our main menu

downtown Palm Springs

Open Mon, Tue, WEd- 2:30PM, Thur, Fri, Sat at noon

breakfast

from 11am

from $19 99

enjoy our fabulous

plus tax

* including your choice of freshly carved

Turkey, ham, 14 oz. prime

760

rib,

862-9800

salmon,

vegeTarian, Champagne,

Champagne, gluTen-free Mimosa

Mimosa

$4.99

$4.99 dishes w/

Dine w/

refills

inside refills and or outside more! on our

beautiful waterside terrace.

5 savory appeTizers and 5 greaT desserTs!

new year’s eve

Year-end blow-out party!

* *

*

christmas

$3499

* including your

reservaTions a musT!

There’s always a parTy aT

new year

swinging tony gran

and hiS orche

christmas day 1–9pm

per

person aT a delicious 3-course dinner

per $3499

* including your choice of freshly carved

and hiS big fun sTarTs

$9999 person aT 9pm

person

* *

*

under 12 $17.99 Turkey, ham, 14 oz. prime rib, salmon,

vegeTarian, gluTen-free dishes and more!

reservaTions a musT!

The Valley's Original & 5 savory Longest appeTizers Running and Drag 5 greaT Revue desserTs!

!!! Reserved

Super! SuperB! seats are available but not required

Featuring all of today's hottest drag performers. Regulars include

the Stars of RuPaul's Drag Race and DragU.

new 3-course

every day

special

year’s eve

feast

from 11am

2100 N Palm Cyn Dr

Year-end blow-out party! 4-course dinner See who'll be here this month!

champagne toaSt, hatS, party favorS

Palm Springs

dancing & live music

******************

with Palm Springs favorite

early seaTing

5-8pm

swinging tony early

$19 99

grandberry Bird Special

* & 4-courSe champagne dinner

and hiS big fun orchestra

* toaSt

sTarTs

per

per

There’s always a parTy

$4999 person

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*

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aT 9pm

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99

per person

plus tax

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per person

plus tax

Super!

Featuring SuperB!

Featuring

the

the

same

same

generous

generous

portions

portions

of

of

delicious

delicious

food

food

on

on

our

our

main

main

menu

menu

dow

lunch $15 & dinner

99

per person

plus tax

per person

plus tax

–3pm

Champagne, Mimosa $4.99 w/ refills

every day

special

from 11am

breakfast

****************** early

Bird Special

8am–11am day

3pm–5pm every day

from 11am

per

per

person

under 12 12 $17.99

Year-end blow-out party!

11am

–3pm

4-course dinner

champagne toaSt, hatS, party favorS

dancing & live music

with Palm Springs favorite

swinging tony grandberry

and hiS big fun orchestra

every day

special

from 11am

early

Bird Special

3pm–5pm

$15 99

*

*

*

*

best all-day

happy hour

& 11am–cloSing

*

downtown Palm Springs

200 S. Palm Canyon Dr.

best all-day

happy hour

& 11am–cloSing

200 S. Palm Canyon Dr.

760 327- LULU (5858)

lulupalmsprings.com

a delicious 3-co

* including your

Turkey, ham, 14 14

vegeTarian, gluT

5 savory appeTizer

4-course dinner

champagne toaSt, toaSt, hatS, hatS, part

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with with Palm Palm Springs Springs favorite favorite

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5-8pm

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& champagne toaSt

person

*

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20

760

lulu


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Sundays

9:30 PM

mondays

302 E Arenas Rd, Palm Springs, CA

Then Karaoke at 9 pm!

224 E Arenas Rd,

Palm Springs CA

Enjoy A Bottomless Champagne Brunch EVERYDAY!

Pinocchio In the Desert, 7:30 AM-2PM. (3PM during season)

Desiree, Fredrich and staff serve up a fun experience in their indoor/

outdoor eatery. This is a wonderful

American, European Restaurant.

Add $3.95 to your menu choice for

bottomless champagne.

Daily 7:30am - 2pm Brunch

BOTTOMLESS CHAMPAGNE $3.95 PER PERSON

ALL WELL DRINKS INCL. MARTINI @ $3.00 EACH

MARTINI BURGER @ $8.95

134 E Tahquitz Canyon Way,

Palm Springs.

760-322-3776

www.PinocchioPS.com

See menu online.

760.864.TRIO(8746)

707 N Palm Canyon Dr

Call today or reserve online at:

www.TrioPalmSprings.com

Cocktail Madness

$3 wine/well/beer

$5 margs/mojitos/martinis

daily...11a-7p


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Springs

Shows and Events

couPon

on Page

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t

Lindsey’s Karaoke 9PM

Mona

8-10 PM

karaoke 10 PM

then Karaoke 10 PM

Mona Caywood is a mainstay at Streetbar and now whe sings on

Wednesdays! Streetbar is a major player on the palm Springs

Karaoke scene! Late nights get frisky when the service industry

comes out to play! Legendary good times and friendly people. nice

patio and strong pours.

KJ Lindsey is entertaining and paul the bartender can treat you right.

Get your money’s worth and get to Streetbar for some late nights.

Streetbar, 224 e arenaS rd. Palm SPringS 760-320-1266

k

WEDNESDAYS

vIDeo BaR

Two for One Tuesdays ! Two drinks, one low price.

Ask your bartender

www.toucanstikilounge.com

2100 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA

200 south InDIan canyon DR

PalM sPRIngs, ca 92262

(760) 778-4326

oPen Mon, tue, WeD 2:30PM

oPen thuR, FRI, sat noon

c

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• Dinner served

3pm to midnight,

Tuesday thru Sunday

Tuesdays! 6:30pm (no cover!)

• Late Night Menu served

from

11pm to 2am

Friday & Saturday

• Happy Hour,

3pm–7pm,

Tuesday thru Sunday

1900 E Palm Canyon Dr • Palm Springs, CA 92264 • 760.322.4422

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Thank YOU for reading the

magazine!

This magazine is free to you the reader because of

the support of our advertisers! please support

our advertisers BACK and tell them you saw it in LIVE

Magazine.

760.864.TRIO(8746)

707 N Palm Canyon Dr

Call today or reserve online at:

www.TrioPalmSprings.com

Cocktail Madness

$3 wine/well/beer

$5 margs/mojitos/martinis

daily...11a-7p

www.toucanstikilounge.com/

2100 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA

The

Sabby

Nation

Unites

Each

Wednesday

Night

in the Tiki

Lounge


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Tuesdays! 6:30pm (no cover!)

Dine and drink while Swinging to the Standards!

The Michael Holmes Trio will keep your toes

tapping the most delightful jazz this side of the

Missippi. Featuring Michael Holmes, Dave Ring

at the piano & Jay Lewis on drums

1900 E Palm Canyon Dr • Palm Springs, CA 92264 • 760.322.4422 www.PurpleRoomPalmSprings.com

HUNTERS PALM SPRINGS

TNT

PRESENTS

BUZZTIME EDITION

TUESDAY AND THURSDAY TRIVIA CHALLENGE @ 5:30PM

$1.50 DRAFTS $3 FIREBALL SHOTS $3.50 WELLS

Two for One Thursdays ! DJ Georgie at the controls.

www.toucanstikilounge.com/

2100 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA

Enjoy A Bottomless Champagne Brunch

EVERYDAY!

Pinocchio In the Desert, 7:30 AM-2PM. (2:30PM during season)

Desiree, Fredrich and staff serve up a fun

experience in their indoor/outdoor eatery.

This is a wonderful American, European

Restaurant. Add $3.95 to your menu

choice for bottomless champagne.

BOTTOMLESS CHAMPAGNE $3.95 PER PERSON

ALL WELL DRINKS INCL. MARTINI @ $2.50 EACH

MARTINI BURGER @ $8.95

(hamburger with 1 glass well martini)

134 E Tahquitz Canyon Way

Palm Springs

See menu online.760-322-3776

www.PinocchioPS.com

302 EAST ARENAS ROAD PALM SPRINGS, CA 92262 • 760.323.0700 • HUNTERSNIGHTCLUBS.COM

Starts September!

Thursdays! 6:30pm (no cover!)

• Dinner served

3pm to midnight,

Tuesday thru Sunday

• Late Night Menu served

from

11pm to 2am

Friday & Saturday

• Happy Hour,

3pm–7pm,

Tuesday thru Sunday

1900 E Palm Canyon Dr • Palm Springs, CA 92264 • 760.322.4422

Cocktail Madness

$3 wine/well/beer

$5 margs/mojitos/martinis

daily...11a-7p

760.864.TRIO(8746)

707 N Palm Canyon Dr

Call today or reserve online at: www.TrioPalmSprings.com


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Contact: James Hederer

Phone 619-800-1768

San

Diego

james.candiboxxx@gmail.com

Imperial Court de San

Diego

Press Release

Night of 41 Dresses

A Spectacular Auction Event

San Diego, CA September 21, 2013: The People’s Empress and The Imperial Court de San

Diego present a dress auction event to support the Programs of the Imperial Court. The auction will be

held at the San Diego LGBT Center from 5pm to 9 pm. Tickets are $10 and are available for advanced

THE PEOPLE”S BALL CORONATION

purchase. There will be a No Host Bar, entertainment, with a blind auction on the dresses. The dresses

are being donated by the 40 Former Empresses of the Imperial Court de San Diego and by the current

February 8, 2014, 6-9:30 San Diego

Coronation XLII- . at the Lafayette Hotel

2223 El Cajon Blvd. , San Diego Ca.

Reigning Empress Candi Samples. If you have ever wanted to dress like a Queen or Royalty for

Halloween this will be your best chance to have a dress made for an Empress.

Tickets for General seating is $50 per

person and Patron seating $75. Attire:

Regal, Gowns & Uniforms. For more info:

www.imperialcourtsandiego.com

For more information visit: www.empresscandisamples.com with dress previews, ticket

information, or information about the Programs of the Imperial Court de San Diego

join us for

on sundays

A

modern day

t-dance

SERVICE STARTS @ 3PM EVERY SUNDAY

* Beautiful Boys & Girls

* Drink Specials

* Music from the Heavens

* Patio Hangout

on

ESTD 2014

B A B Y C A K E S

S A N D I E G O

Weekend Kick Off!

Social Hour at Babycakes

4-9pm every Friday

3766 Fifth Ave. San Diego. CA 92103 | (619) 296.4173

www.BabycakesSanDiego.com

Brunch - Sat & Sun 9am-3pm

Come to brunch at Babys and get your fill of wonderfully tasty breakfast

grub! Try our signature breakfast plate - ‘Red Velvet Hot Cakes’ - Layers of

Redelicious, with Velvety Cream Cheese Drizzle & Maple Syrup. Or our Mexi-

Omelet: 2 Farm Fresh Eggs with Pork Chorizo & Jalapenos - served with

Black Beans & Rice. You have your choice of the ‘Skinny Bitch’ or the ‘Chunky

Monkey’ to satisfy your diet no matter which way it swings.

3766 5th Avenue San Diego Hugs, Humor & Happiness...........$FREE

A

modern day

t-dance

SERVICE STARTS @ 3PM EVERY SUNDAY

* Beautiful Boys & Girls

* Drink Specials

* Music from the Heavens

* Patio Hangout

$2.

Tuesdays

EVERY TUESDAY 6PM-11PM

Got any $2 bills lying around? Think of all the different

things you can get for just two bucks tonight at Betty's

6-11pm featuring:

$2 Tostadas (choice of Bean, Carnitas, Chicken, Beef, or

Ground Sirloin)

$2 Bud Light Stubbies,

$2 Bean Dip,

$2 Sauza Silver Shots.

Take your pick -- so many options for just $2!!

BAJA BETTY's, 1421 University Ave, San Diego, CA 619.269.8510

Women

of

Color

United

A group for women of color

that meets at The Center every

Saturday at 1 p.m. For

more information

Contact Abby Schwartz at

women@thecentersd.org

CHURCH

ON SUNDAYS

hillcrest location


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$6 per person, 5PM

'til Closing! Please

gurrrrl! No To-Go's and

in house dining only!

thegossipgrill.com - 1440 University Avenue, San Diego - (619) 260-8023

1421 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92103-3404 (619) 269-8510

BAJA BETTY's, 1421 University Ave, San Diego, CA 619.269.8510

Munch Menu

Monday-Friday 10am - 10pm

Saturday & Sunday 1pm - 10pm

3766 5th Avenue San Diego Hugs, Humor & Happiness...........$FREE

Saturday, January 11, 2014

8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

$20-$39

diversionary Theatre

619-220-0097

2011-2012 Season Subscriptions

are now available!

diversionary.org

4545 Park Blvd, #101

619-220-0097 www.diversionary.org/theseason.html


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Las

Vegas

Shows and Events

953 E Sahara #16

Las Vegas NV

702.732.7225

www.onyxtheatre.com

Please Purchase at the Onyx Theatre Box Office, or call

702-732-7225 to Order By Phone, NOON TIL CLOSE

SUNDAYS

Ladies Night

Contest, Go-Go-Girls

$7 Beer Bust, $10 Lick-her-bust

$2 Coors Lite

Free Pool

Tuesdays

Beer Bust & Lick Her Bust 8pm-1am

Karaoke

Prizes for singers

$7 Beer Bust

$10 Liquor Bust 9pm - 2am

flamBOYance Drag Show

Thursdays @ 11pm

w/ Nikita la Femme

No Cover

Thurs $10 Drink Bust

10:30pm-1:30am

Sunday

Thu, Fri & Sat

Hot Hot Hot

Go Go Boys

10pm-2am

Every Sunday

Karaoke w/ Shiela

@ 9pm

Weekly Events at the Fun Hog Ranch

Flaunt Fridays

Go Go Contest

1st Fri Monthly

(702) 364-1167 4213 W. Sahara Ave Las Vegas, NV

escapeloungelasvegas.com

$10 Liquor Bust Every Thurs & Sat, 10pm-2am

8am-Noon Early Bird Happy Hour $2 Well Drinks and Domestic Beer

$2 well & $4 ABSOLUT Bloody Marys 8am to 4pm

$5 Fun Hog Brew or $7 Bud Lite/Miller Lite

Beer Bust 6pm to 9pm

WEDNESDAYS

Game Night 8pm

nToxxxicated w/ Diva Toxxx 11pm

Monday

8am-Noon Early Bird Happy Hour $2 Well Drinks and Domestic Beer

Happy Hour 3pm to 7pm 2-4-1

8pm to 12am $4 Jager Shots

$3 Smirnoff Flavored Drinks

9pm to 2am $1.50 Long Island Teas

THURSDAY

Boys Night

Catering to the boyz!

Go-Go-Boys

$7 Beer Bust $10 Liquor Bust

FRIDAYS & SATURDAY

Drag Madness

Begins at 10pm sharp!

DJ Spins the hottest music 11pm -?

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

8am-Noon Early Bird Happy Hour $2 Well Drinks

and Domestic Beer

Happy Hour 3pm to 7pm 2-4-1

9pm to 2am $5 Fun Hog Brew, $7 Bud Lite/Miller Lite or

$10 Well Liquor Bust

8am-Noon Early Bird Happy Hour $2 Well Drinks and

Domestic Beer

Happy Hour 3pm to 7pm 2-4-1

8am-Noon Early Bird Happy Hour $2 Well Drinks

and Domestic Beer

Happy Hour 3pm to 7pm 2-4-1

9pm to 2am $5 Fun Hog Brew, $7 Bud Lite/Miller Lite or

$10 Well Liquor Bust

8am-Noon Early Bird Happy Hour $2 Well Drinks and

Domestic Beer

Happy Hour 3pm to 7pm 2-4-1

8am-Noon Early Bird Happy Hour $2 Well Drinks and

Domestic Beer

610 East Naples Drive

Las Vegas, NV 89169

(702) 794-2300

www.freezonelv.com

12pm to 4pm $5 Fun Hog Brew, $7 Bud Lite/Miller Lite Beer Bust

495 E. Twain, Las Vegas, Nevada

702-791-7001 http://www.funhogranchlv.com


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Vegas

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Full throttle thursdays

2nd thursday of every month

the garage www.thegaragelv.com

1487 e Flamingo rd, Ste c

las vegas, nv 89119

ticket info:

http://tinyurl.com/87rerev

Frank marino sizzles in Divas las vegas.

after starring in “la cage” at riviera

for more than 20 years, this vegas

icon is taking audiences by storm in

his new show at imperial Palace. During

the 75-minute revue, superstar...

imperial theatre

imperial Palace

3535 S. las vegas Blvd.

las vegas, nv 89109

Show times: 10 p.m. Sat. - thu.

Prices From: $47.12

Booze & Britches June 20

underwear night

at charlies las vegas

3rd wednesday of every month

charlie’s las vegas

5012 S arvilee St

las vegas, nv 89118

www.charlieslasvegas.com

Onyx Theatre

953 E Sahara #16

June 23

SnaPi Saturdays

4th Saturday of every month

charlie’s las vegas

5012 S arville St

las vegas, nv 89118

www.charlieslasvegas.com

Las Vegas NV

702.732.7225

Share Gay Nightclub, Ultra Lounge & Stripclub

A SIZZLING NEW PRODUCTION FEATURING

THE SONGS OF THE BEACH BOYS – DEBUT-

ING AT PLANET HOLLYWOOD RESORT &

CASINO THIS SUMMER!

tony® award-nominated Director Kristin

hanggi to direct a new musical written by

Burton Young! See the story on page 25!

http://www.surfthemusical.com

Onyx Theatre

953 E Sahara #16

Las Vegas NV

702.732.7225

Share is a unique upscale gay

destination in Las Vegas.

flamBOYance Drag Show

thursdays @ 11pm

w/ nikita la Femme

no cover

thurs $10 Drink Bust

10:30pm-1:30am

thu, Fri & Sat

hot hot hot

go go Boys

10pm-2am

A beautiful nightclub on the main

level with an ultra lounge & gay

strip-club on the second floor.

every Sunday

Karaoke w/ Shiela

@ 9pm

Flaunt Fridays

go go contest

1st Fri monthly

(702) 364-1167 4213 w. Sahara ave las vegas, nv

escapeloungelasvegas.com

NO Cover CHARGE!!!!

$10 liquor Bust every thurs & Sat, 10pm-2am

THE BEST HAPPY HOUR IN TOWN JUST GOT BETTER

ANY DRINK 2-FOR-1, 11 AM TO 7 PM, EVERYDAY

PARTIES AND EVENTS

SATURDAY JUNE 23 STOLI MODELS WITH SAMPLES! 8:30 - 10:00 PM

NIGHTLY SPECIALS:

THE Saturday BEST Beer HAPPY Bust HOUR IN TOWN JUST GOT BETTER

Stop MONDAY: ANY by DRINK every $4 ABSOLUT Saturday 2-FOR-1, COCKTAILS night 118 PM-11 8 AM p.m. PM to until & 7 $5/$8 11 PM, p.m. BEER EVERYDAY

for BUST $5 9PM-12AM Bud Light/

Miller Lite or $8 premium drafts and $1 off well cocktails.

Happy TUESDAY: Hour $2.50 JAGER SHOTS nightly 8 PM-11 specials:

PM & $10/$20 LIqUOR BUST 9 PM- 12 AM

Las Vegas’ best happy hour just got better. Enjoy ANY drink

2-for-1 WEDNESDAY: Monday: everyday $4 Absolut $3 JACK from Cocktails DANIELS 11 AM 8 until SHOTS PM-11 7 PM & PM. & $5/$8 BEER Beer BUST Bust 9PM-12AM

Tuesday: $2.50 Jager shots 8 PM-11 PM & $10/$20 Liquor Bust 9 PM- 12 AM

Mondays $4

THURSDAY:

Absolut Cocktails

1/2 PRICED MARTINIS 8 PM- 11 PM

Wednesday:

Tuesdays $2.50

$3 Jack

Jager

Daniels

Shots

shots & $5/$8 Beer Bust 9PM-12AM

Wednesdays FRIDAY: $3 Jack Daniels $3 CHERRY/JAGER Shots BOMBS 8 PM-11 PM

Thursdays Half Price Martinis

Fridays Thursday: 1/2 priced martinis 8 PM- 11 PM

SATURDAY:

$3 Cherry/Jager

1/2 PRICED

Bombs

LONG ISLAND ICED TEAS 8 PM-11 PM

Saturdays Half Price Long Island Iced Teas

Sundays $3.50 Friday: Patron Silver $3 Cherry/Jager Shots Bombs 8 PM-11 PM

SUNDAY: $3.50 PATRON SILVER SHOTS 8 PM-11 PM, $5/$8 BEER BUST 5 PM- 9 PM,

Liquor Saturday: Bust 1/2 & priced $10/$20 Long LIqUOR Island BUST 9 PM- Iced 12 Teas AM 8 PM-11 PM

Tuesdays & Sundays 9 PM until Midnight enjoy unlimited well

Sunday:

cocktails

MUSIC $3.50

for

Patron

$10 or

VIDEOS Silver

premium

ON shots

cocktails

ALL 8 OF PM-11 OUR PM,

for

$5/$8

$20.

TV’S Beer S UNDAY Bust 5 PM- & 9 PM,

Beer Bust

& W$10/$20 EDNESDAY Liquor Bust 9 PM-12 9 12 AM

Every Monday & Wednesday THEGARAGELV.COM

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Sunday

monday

tuesday

weeKlY eventS at the Fun hog ranch

wednesday

thursday

Friday

Saturday

miss Kitty’s t Dance, free music & Fun 4pm to 9pm

$2 Bloody marys 8am to 4pm,$4 build your own

absolute Bloody marys, $5 Beer Bust 6pm to 9pm

happy hour 3pm to 7pm- buy 1 get 4636 1 free Wynn Road

$1.50 long island teas Las 9pm Vegas, to 2am Nevada 89103

Pigs on Broadway Show tunes www.sharenightclub.com

and comedy 8pm to 12

$3 Smirnoff Flavored Drinks 4pm to 12am, $4 Jager shots 4pm-12

happy hour 3pm to 7pm buy 1 get 1 free

$5 Fun hog house Brew, $7 Bud/miller Busts &

$10 well bust 9pm to2am, 9pm to 2am

$10 well liquor Bust 9pm to 2am

happy hour 3 to 7pm- buy 1 get 1 free, movie night 5-8pm

$1.50 margaritas 9pm to 2am, free popcorn, peanuts

happy hour 3pm to 7pm buy 1 get 1 free

$5 Fun hog house Brew, $7 Bud/miller Busts &

$10 well liquor Bust 9pm to 2am

happy hour 3pm to 7pm, buy 1 get 1 free, ask about

weekly shot specials

$5 Fun hog house Brew, $7 Bud/miller Beer Busts

12pm to 4pm

495 e. twain, las vegas, nevada

702-791-7001 702-791-7001

http://www.funhogranchlv.com


54

PALM SPRINGS

There’s always a parTy aT

NEW YEAR'S Celebrations

NEW YEAR’s EVE

MENU

AT OSCAR’S

christmas day 1–9pm

$3499

a delicious 3-course dinner

per

person

under 12 $17.99

reservaTions a musT!

Super! SuperB!

3-course

See ad on from 11am page 13

feast

******************

$19 99

Featuring the same generous portions of delicious food on our main menu

breakfast

8am–11am every day

11am

–3pm

3-course

Super! SuperB!

feast

$19 99

****************** early

best all-day

Bird Special

happy hour

3pm–5pm

$15

See ad on page 11

99

per person

plus tax

Featuring the same generous portions of delicious food on our main menu

breakfast

8am–11am every day

lunch & dinner

$15 99

There’s always a parTy aT

lunch christmas & dinner day 1–9pm

a delicious 3-course dinner

per

from

$3499

11am

person

under 12 $17.99

reservaTions a musT!

enjoy our fabulous

per person

plus tax

*

* including your choice of freshly carved

Turkey, ham, lulupalmsprings.com

14 oz. prime rib, salmon,

vegeTarian, gluTen-free dishes and more!

5 savory appeTizers and 5 greaT desserTs!

new year’s eve

Visit our sister restaurant

sunday brunch

Year-end blow-out party! 4-course dinner

champagne toaSt, hatS, party favorS

dancing & live music

*

with Palm Springs favorite

early seaTing

5-8pm

swinging tony grandberry 4-courSe dinner

and hiS

*

Rancho Mirage

big fun orchestra & champagne toaSt

sTarTs

per

per $4999 person

$9999 person

*

per person

760 862-9800

plus tax

aT 9pm

Dine inside or outside on our

Champagne, Mimosa $4.99 w/ refills

from $19 99

* including your choice of freshly carved

Turkey, ham, 14 oz. prime rib, salmon,

vegeTarian, gluTen-free dishes and more!

5 savory appeTizers and 5 greaT desserTs!

new year’s eve

Year-end blow-out party!

* *

*

4-course dinner

champagne toaSt, hatS, party favorS

dancing & live music

with Palm Springs favorite

swinging tony grandberry

and hiS big fun orchestra

sTarTs

aT 9pm

per $9999 person

every day

special

early

Bird Special

3pm–5pm

every day

special

from 11am

downtown Palm Springs

200 S. Palm Canyon Dr.

760 327- LULU (5858)

early seaTing

5-8pm

4-courSe dinner

& champagne toaSt

per $4999 person

*

* *

best all-day

happy hour

& 11am–cloSing

at The River,

*

* *

beautiful waterside terrace.

& 11am–cloSing

downtown Palm Springs

200 S. Palm Canyon Dr.

760 327- LULU (5858)

Have a three course dinner. Reservations start at 5:30. To Make Reservations call 760-

325-1188. Choose from special entrees like Bouillabaisse seafood stew in a saffron

broth, Pan seared 6oz filet mignon with a red wine raspberry sauce, stuffed por loin with

Fuji apples, bacon, jalapenos & au jus, or veal Oscar- Medalions of veal on mashed

potatoes with lobster!

$65 per person, including bottonless champagne (does not include tax and gratuity)

Oscar’s Cafe & Bar, 125 E. Tahquitz Way, Ste 108, Palm Springs, CA 92262

Licensed Massage Therapist

zenmusclemassage.com

• Swedish • Deep Tissue

• Sports massage

• Lymph Drainage

$85 for 1 hour, and $120 for ninety minutes

Contact Michael at

760-218-7188 or email

zenmusclemassage@gmail.com

Men and Women Welcome ! $10 off first time clients

“Michael quickly and accurately found every area of tension and each

knot. He knows the human body and treats it with great respect.”

Pinocchio In the Desert

Enjoy A

Bottomless

Champagne

Brunch

EVERYDAY!

Pinocchio In the Desert, 7:30

AM-2PM. (3PM during season)

Desiree, Fredrich and staff

serve up a fun experience

in their indoor/

outdoor eatery. This is

a wonderful American,

European Restaurant.

Add $3.95 to your

menu choice for bottomless

champagne.

Daily 7:30am - 2pm

Brunch

ALL WELL DRINKS

INCL. MARTINI @

$3.00 EACH

MARTINI BURGER

@ $8.95

134 E Tahquitz Canyon Way,

Palm Springs.

760-322-3776

www.PinocchioPS.com

See menu online.

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