LIVE Magazine #252 February 10 2017

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VOL 10

ISSUE 252

FEBRUARY

10-24/2017

M A G A Z I N E

Debby Holiday p5

Tommy Tune p5

Kathy Garver p8

Stanley Livingston p8

Timothy Bradley Jr. p8

Ruta Lee p9

Joe Galli p9

Aneka Brown p18

Gail Simmons p20

Alfie Pettit p22

Melissa Neiderman p23

Ryan Gosling p34

Emma Stone p34

Kate Jackson p36

BackStreet Boys p38

Lenny Montante

Brother

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Sister

Shows # Events # Dining # Travel # Benefits # People


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VOL 10

ISSUE 252

FEBRUARY

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M A G A Z I N E

Debby Holiday p5

Tommy Tune p5

Kathy Garver p8

Stanley Livingston p8

Timothy Bradley Jr. p8

Ruta Lee p9

Joe Galli p9

Aneka Brown p18

Gail Simmons p20

Alfie Pettit p22

Melissa Neiderman p23

Ryan Gosling p34

Emma Stone p34

Kate Jackson p36

BackStreet Boys p38

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entertainment events, shopping and dining venues. The magazine inspires

readers to recognize they are part of a greater global community and to

inform them how to manifest their part by becoming involved in local community

efforts. Other contents include commentary on films, shows, human

interest stories and the inspirational musings.

PHOTOGRAPHERS: Sean Borg, Peter Brandt, Levvy Carriker, David Wallace Crotty, Frank

Failing, Luis Gavela, Janie Hughes, John Fike, Dimitri Halkidis, John Hedges, Skip Jensen, Lani

Garfield, Sal Mistretta, Barry Peterson, Juli Ragsdale

RED CARPET INTERVIEWS: LIVE Magazine

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LIVEMAGAZINE

EXCLUSIVE by Janie Hughes

Janie Hughes left the corporate shark tank of a successful

telecommunications career to expand on a Public Relations

company, and spend more time with the film business which also

incorporates writing.

Community and charity work are a continued passion . Janie sits

on the Board for the Palm Springs Walk of Stars which allows her

to see her local Hollywood friends as well as meet new stars joining

the streets of Palm Springs.

photos: LIVE MAGAZINE

KATHY GARVER

arrives at the Premiere of

Levvy Carriker John Fike

The Camelot Theatre was once again the

choice location to screen the Premier

of STARWATCH featuring an episode of

Timothy Bradley, Jr. and the Host Kathy

Garver.

Timothy Bradley, Jr. made the Red Carpet shine with

his surprise appearance and the crowd moved in for

photo- ops with the Champion Boxer from Palm Springs.

The evening began with a champagne toast to the

50th Anniversary celebration of Kathy’s family sitcom -

FAMILY AFFAIR in the lobby with photograpers and LIVE

Magazine. Levvy Carriker and Juli Ragsdale were

shooting video at the Red Carpet excitement.

Joe Galli of KESQ covered the event and came center

stage to interview the guest speakers - Irma Kalish, story

editor for Family Affair and writer for The Patty Duke

Show among many others. She shared her memories of

Mary Tyler Moore for the KESQ breaking news of Mary’s

passing. Stanley Livingston “Chip” from My Three Sons

gave comments about the evening ahead and later an

interesting response to the Q & A Session following the

screening. Kathy Garver gave a charming and lively

interview before the curtain lifted for the screening of her

successful family sitcom and her hosting of STARWATCH.

STARWATCH was produced/directed in Palm Springs

and presented by The Palm Springs Walk of Stars - - a

series Produced by the President, Bob Alexander and

Co-Produced by Board Member, Janie Hughes - and the

live street interviews were directed by Board Member, Bill

Beck of Beck Brothers Studios.

Following the screening, the enthusiastic crowd was

served anniversary cake by the character ‘Frenchie’ from

Family Affair, the lovely owners, Odessa Christiana and

James Hume of Mod Maids, Tiger Man in full costume,

Audrey Ruttan as Charlie Chaplin and Bella/Brian

Wanzek.

Irma Kalish

Irma Kalish, Stanley Livingston, and Kathy Garver

Janie Hughes, Stanley Livingston, Timothy Bradley Jr.

Juli Ragsdale, Tiger Man

Kathy Garver signed her book Surviving Cissy and

photographs for the happy viewers in the lobby of the

famous Camolet Theatre.

Palm Springs Walk of Stars has more epidsodes to follow

this event and we will see more of our lovely host, Kathy

Garver.


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Free Concerts Held Sundays Through February

The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens new Concerts for Conservation

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Andy Cahan, touted as one of the most famous musicians you’ve never

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and recorded with the likes of Jim Hendrix, Little Richard and more.

The Shadow Mountain Band will bring their unique mountain-style

harmonies to The Living Desert on February 19. The group began

several years ago as a hillbilly music jam session at Pappy and

Harriet’s, and performs bluegrass, country and gospel, blending

their own original songs with classics by Hank Williams and Buffalo

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The final concert will celebrate International Kids Day by featuring

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LIVEMAGAZINE.TV

exclusive

by Juli Ragsdale

On March 24, Gail Simmons will be hosting a highly anticipated annual

event, the James Beard Gourmet Four-Course Luncheon at Palm Desert

Food & Wine 2017, organized by Palm Springs Life magazine.

Co-producer Tony Marchese of TRIO Restaurant gave me a

chance to interview Gail before the big event. It is always a pleasure to

meet television personalities who are celebrities based on more than

just their beauty alone. Gail Simmons is just this type. She is as vivacious

and beautiful as a tv host could be. Yet on top of being a dynamic

television personality, Gail Simmons is a trained culinary expert and food

writer. She has been a permanent judge on BRAVO’s Emmy-winning

Top Chef since the show’s inception in 2006. Now in its 14th successful

season, Top Chef is rated the #1 food show on cable television. Previously,

Gail was head critic on Top Chef Masters and host of To p

Chef Just Desserts, Bravo’s pastry-focused spinoff of the Top Chef

franchise. She was also co-host of The Feed, which aired in 2014 on

FYI, A+E’s new lifestyle network.

Chef

Gail

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March

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2017

Juli Ragsdale: Hello Gail, it is so great to connect. I always enjoy the

chance to see you on tv and I am honored to have a chance to chat with

you personally.

You are constantly on the road and in the media as a leading demonstrator

and a culinary event producer. How do you stay inspired? What

personal influences play into your choices of recipes for demonstrations?

Gail Simmons: Being on the road is what inspires me. I am constantly

traveling, tasting new foods or flavor combination, learning about cultural

and culinary traditions, meeting new people and exploring new places.

There is nothing I love more than bringing all of those lessons home to

my own kitchen to add my own twist, then test and taste. In terms of

what I choose to demonstrate or cook when I am at events, a lot of my

choices are based on where I have most recently been, what’s in season

locally where I am and what I am craving at that moment.

JR: You have been documented to be in Palm Springs many times. Any

stand out visits?

GS: I try to get to PS at least once a year. Two of our closest friends

have homes here and every time I come it is a reunion for us all as we

live on the East Coast and don’t get to see them as much as we wish

we could. We love checking out new restaurants, galleries and cocktail

bars but most of all, we love cooking at their homes, relaxing and catching

up together. That said, my most memorable visit to PS ever had to

be when Top Chef shot here in 2015. We created an episode around a

massive same-sex wedding ceremony for over two dozen couples. It was

extremely emotional for everyone and a moment I will never forget on the

show. It really highlighted how far we have come since our first season in

San Francisco, when we also did a same-sex wedding challenge. Back

in 2005 when we shot it, gay marriage was not yet legal in America. Who

knew we would be still making this show a decade later and able to celebrate

marriage equality in this way? It was beautiful!

JR: Have you any favorite restaurants, hang-outs, or activities in Palm Springs?

GS: Absolutely. I love Workshop for dinner and Hadley’s Date Farm for

shakes. I also love Ernest Coffee and Bootlegger Tiki! Of course a visit

to the Parker is always fun too.

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Gail joined Food & Wine magazine in 2004, where she directs special

projects, working closely with the country’s top culinary talent and acting

as liaison between the marketing and editorial teams on events and chefrelated

initiatives. During her tenure, she has been responsible for overseeing

the annual Classic in Aspen, America’s premier culinary event.

Prior to working at Food & Wine, Gail was the special events manager

for Chef Daniel Boulud’s restaurant empire.

Born and raised in Toronto, Gail moved to New York City in 1999 to attend

culinary school at what is now the Institute of Culinary Education. She

then trained in the kitchens of legendary Le Cirque 2000 and groundbreaking

Vong restaurants, and worked as the assistant to Vogue magazine’s

esteemed food critic, Jeffrey Steingarten. Throughout her career, Gail has

contributed to several cookbooks, including It Must’ve Been Something I

Ate by Steingarten, Chef Daniel Boulud: Cooking in New York City and

The New American Chef, by Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page. Gail’s

first book, a memoir titled Talking With My Mouth Full, was published by

Hyperion in February 2012. She is currently at work on on her first cookbook,

to be released in late 2017 by Grand Central Publishing.

In 2014, Gail and her business partner Samantha Hanks, founded

Bumble Pie Productions, an original content company dedicated to

discovering and promoting new female voices in the food and lifestyle

space. Their first series, “Star Plates”—a collaboration with Drew Barrymore’s

Flower Films and Authentic Entertainment—premiered September

2016 on the Food Network.

In addition to her work on Top Chef, Gail makes frequent television appearances

on NBC’s TODAY, ABC’s Good Morning America, and Fox

& Friends, among others. She is regularly featured in such publications

as New York magazine, Travel + Leisure, GQ, People, Entertainment

Weekly, Los Angeles Times, and was named the #1 Reality TV Judge

in America by the New York Post. Along with her annual appearance

at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, she makes regular appearances

at the nation’s foremost culinary festivals, including the Austin Food &

Wine Festival and South Beach Wine & Food Festival.

Gail currently lives in New York City with her husband, Jeremy and

daughter, Dahlia Rae.

JR: I heard you have a young daughter. She is three? Do you find yourself

learning many things from her?

GS: Yes she just turned three! At the risk of sounding cliché, parenting

is the hardest, most surprising and most rewarding job I have ever had. I

learn from her every day: lessons in patience, in knowing the importance

of slowing down and finding joy in little moments together, and especially

how to problem solve in unexpected ways. Every child and every family

operates differently, has different likes and dislikes, and reacts uniquely

to any given situation. She has taught me to be so much more flexible in

my life and daily decisions, and to not sweat the little details but instead

enjoy the NOW. We laugh so much together which is the best feeling in

the world. I am so thankful for that!

JR: Any clues or teasers about what you may present at Palm Desert

Food & Wine 2017?

GS: I am doing a cooking demo on Saturday with Brooke Williamson, a

chef I have admired since she first set foot on the set of Top Chef in season

10. She returned for our most recent season in Charleston (season

14). We both fell in love with the city and its food, so it seems only fitting

that we cook a few simple but delicious dishes inspired by our experiences

there.

JR: Do you have any outstanding favorite wines at the moment?

GS: I rarely drink the same bottle of wine twice when I am out as these

days there are so many new winemakers and varietals I want to try. I love

the natural wine trend we are seeing now in wine bars around the country,

as well as all the orange wine available. These new, emerging wines

can be challenging in the best way, delicious and unusual.

JR: Any favorite charities?

GS: As mentioned above, I sit on the board of several incredible organizations

for causes I am passionate about, including Hot Bread Kitchen,

City Harvest and Common Threads. For 2017, I am also really excited

about working on projects with Chop Chop magazine (chopchopmag.

org) as well as Cycle Kids (Cyclekids.org) and the Environmental

Working Group (EWG.org).

JR: Palm Springs is a very giving town to the hungry so you fit right in

here! We look forward to seeing you at the festival. Thanks Gail!


PALM SPRINGS ART MUSEUM PRESENTS

A SERIES OF EVENTS IN CELEBRATION OF

MODERNISM WEEK

Line up Includes a Keynote Presentation by ELLE DECOR Editor In Chief

Palm Springs Art Museum is proud to present a series of

events to be held in conjunction with Modernism Week

including a presentation by ELLE DECOR Magazine Editor in

Chief and A-List Designer Madeline Stuart.

Modernism Week festivities at Palm Springs Art Museum kick off on

Saturday, February 18 at 10 a.m. when ELLE DECOR presents, A-List

designer Madeline Stuart: Restoring the Iconic Cedric Gibbons House.

Guests are invited to join designer Madeline Stuart in a presentation of

her work restoring the

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Delores Del Rio house,

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Gibbons is credited with

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responsible for designing

Madeline Stuart

the Oscar statuette--an

award he won eleven

times. The presentation will be held in the Lorraine Boccardo Archive

Study Center at Palm Springs Art Museum A+D Center. Tickets are

$50 and include a reception following the talk. Tickets are available

exclusively online at modernismweek.com.

On Sunday, February 19, ELLE DECOR presents Midcentury for the

21st Century: Creating and Maintaining an Iconic Style. This intimate

discussion will take a look at how iconic style is being preserved and

re-created in order to stay relevant. Michael Boodro, ELLE DECOR’s

Editor In Chief will guide the presentation, and feature panelists Leo

Marmol (Managing Principal,

Marmol Radziner) and Steven

Price (Historian and author of

the upcoming release Trousdale

Estates: Midcentury to Modern in

Beverly Hills.) The event begins at

5 p.m. at the Annenberg Theater.

A VIP Reception and book signing

follows in the A+D Center Plaza

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including VIP reception. Tickets

are available exclusively online at

modernismweek.com.

Michael Boodro

Fine art documentary photographer

Nancy Baron will share her

spare, jewel-toned photographic

impressions of her part-time

residence from her second

monograph, Palm Springs > The

Good Life Goes On (Kehrer Verlag),

on Tuesday, February 21 at 10 a.m.

She documents, with a positive

bias, her ongoing and endless discoveries of her second home and its

community of midcentury modern enthusiasts. This large tight-knit group

of self-proclaimed modernists is committed to the midcentury modern

life style and the preservation of its architecture. Their homes, cars, and

clothes pay homage to the carefree, post-World War II time in US history

that glows warmly in their vintage rear view mirrors. Baron’s informal

images casually document the carefree Palm Springs lifestyle as though

captured in passing, in the seemingly effortless way that most things

happen in Palm Springs.

Baron’s images of Palm Springs have been featured in The New York

Times, Mother Jones, Architectural Digest Italy, Palm Springs Life,

Palm Springs Style, Conde Nast Traveler, Fast Company and CNN,

amongst others. A Q&A and book signing will follow the presentation.

The presentation will be held in the Lorraine Boccardo Archive Study

Center at the A+D Center. Tickets are $15, available exclusively online at

modernismweek.com.

On Wednesday, February 22 at 10 a.m. Photographer Dan Chavkin

presents Midcentury Parking Lots. Midcentury Parking Lots is a

photographic book based on a selection of parking lots throughout Palm

Springs whose common attribution is that each one belongs to an iconic

midcentury modern building. Initially inspired by artist Edward Ruscha’s

seminal 1967 book ‘Thirty-Four Parking Lots’ both in concept and

typographic presentation, Chavkin thoughtfully captures the architectural

qualities inherent in a commercial parking lots design. Without direct

reference to the architecture itself, captions accompany PALM each SPRINGS photograph ART MUS

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Art at Palm Springs Art Museum, will give a preview presentation on

in honor of Miko and Milka Bakish. Tickets are $27.5

Saturday, February 25, 10 a.m. of the Museum’s upcoming exhibition,

“Living Architecture: Lina Bo $50 Bardi per and person Albert including Frey” opening VIP reception. September Tickets are a

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visionary architects who critically Fine art expanded documentary the meaning photographer and practice Nancy Baron of wi

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in 1946 and Frey (1903–1998) from Switzerland to the United States in

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About Palm Springs Art Museum:

Palm Springs Art Museum is the largest cultural institution in the

Coachella Valley and includes three locations in Palm Springs and

Palm Desert. The flagship building is located in downtown Palm Springs

and features compelling art exhibitions, a vast permanent collection,

and the 428-seat Annenberg Theater, all in a 150,000 square foot,

architecturally-significant building. Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture

and Design Center, Edwards Harris Pavilion, features exhibitions and

programming that explore the rich topics of architecture and design.

Admission to the A+D Center is free. Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm

Desert is an 8,400 square foot, Silver LEED-certified building named

The Galen that presents rotating exhibitions and special collections. It is

surrounded by the four-acre Faye Sarkowsky Sculpture Garden featuring

important sculpture works. Admission to the Palm Desert location is free,

generously underwritten by Helene V. Galen. For more information, call

760-322-4800, visit psmuseum.org, and follow the museum on Facebook,

Twitter and Instagram.


10 Things Straight Women

Can Learn from Gay Men

by Anna Nikita

things

Several years ago I picked up a book called Sex Tips For

Straight Women from a Gay Man, which deals mainly with

lovemaking and seduction. Calling Palm Springs my home for

over a decade, and hanging out with a lot of fabulous people,

I can assure you that there is way more to learn from gay men

than epic bjs. That classic quote in M. Butterfly: “only a man

knows how a woman is supposed to act” becomes evident right

here, in town. So without further ado here’s my own list.

Steve Chase Awards 2017

Art for Auction

Steve Chase Awards 2017

Art for Auction

(Fundraising Event for Desert Aids Project)

February 11th

“P.S I Love You” by Curry Mendes

Artist Proof of Limited Edition 25

54” x 84” x 2” deep - value $5,800.00

from the private

Art Collection of Alfie Pettit

If you would like to bid on this piece of art and have it as your own, please join us at

this year’s Steve Chase Awards Event. There will be a silent auction for this piece and

many others. Join the fun and help support a great cause here in Palm Springs.

Artist Proof: This is the first print to come off the press. It is reviewed for color and

flaws and is considered a great piece for collectors. This piece is signed with an “AP”

for distinction. There are a few flaws in this piece making it the ultimate Artist Proof,

As it is considered very unique.

Alfie Pettit: Alfie is a local humanitarian and avid art collector. He loves his community

and will do anything to help support causes dear to him. Parting with this piece is

not easy, but he knows it will be loved and bring great benefit to the DAP.

Curry Mendes: Curry is a local artist and is originally from New York City. You can

learn more about Curry and see this image along with many other works of art on his

website. CURRYMENDES.com also please hashtag #CurryArt along with your photo

of this piece.

INSTAGRAM PRIZE: Take your photo with this art piece now while it hangs at

Lulu’s California Bistro and add #SteveChase2017 to be entered to win

Dinner for two at Lulu’s California Bistro.

Tickets to the Steve Chase Awards

desertaidsproject.org/events

1. Staying in your best bikini body year-round. You just never know

when the next pool party is going to break out and where.

2. If there is one item you should wear is lipstick (or gloss/balm ). In

other words, always keep that pout inviting. Chapped, leathery lips -

ewww.

3. Learn how to wear crazy make up. It should be worn with an attitude,

darling. If you’re feeling insecure… well, then you’ll just look weird, not

fabulous.

4. A red dress is a must! It’s hard to rock a red dress like gay boys do,

but we must try. My favorite annual event in Palm Springs is the Red

Dress/Dress Red party, which combines a wonderful cause with an

absolutely rollicking fun evening. Even those cuddly bears show up

in dazzling gowns and heels. So say goodbye to you LBD (little black

dress), and say hello to the lady in red.

5. Though it doesn’t rain much in Palm Springs, the one thing you

know for sure when it does is that you can still look good. I haven’t

seen anyone in huge ugly rain boots. There are alternatives.

Currie Mendez, Alfie Pettit

6. Everybody looks older with gray hair. I know, it’s hard to compete with a

gay man’s perfect highlights, but even DIY out-of-the-box color will make

a huge difference. By the way, smart women do color their hair. Think

Hillary.

7. Making things pretty. It’s OK to get takeout, and eat it out of the box

every once in a while, but setting the table with real china, napkins,

and candles makes a whole world of difference. That’s where your red

dress will come in handy, btw.

8. Lovely, soft, groomed hands and nails. Must I say more?

9. The art of accepting gifts. Every gift I’ve given to my friends here

was welcomed with wonderful grace. No matter how big or small, it’s

always appreciated, and acknowledged with a phone call or a Thank

You card.

10. Walk that walk, sugar. Every woman should have an arsenal of

signature moves at her disposal, like “bend and snap” from Legally

Blonde. Here’s one I’ve learned from the boys. When out with your

significant other, get up to go to the powder room, but don’t leave right

away. Linger there for a moment, until he has eyes on you, and then

slowly walk away. Sway those hips. He definitely won’t be looking at

his cell phone until you’re well out of his sight.

Alfie Pettit, Alexandra Miklosova, Jerry Keller, Seth Cash

Voila, Darlings! I am sure this list can be

longer, but let’s start with the basics, shall we.

www.annanikitamedia.com

Buy Anna’s book! http://tinyurl.com/jr5lhl9

Barbara Keller and Jerry Keller


TICKETS ON SALE NOW FOR WOMEN LEADERS FORUM

“WOMEN WHO RULE” AWARDS LUNCHEON

Susie Harvey, Jan Salta, Dr. Sharon Brown-Welty and Melissa Neiderman

to Be Recognized at 5th Annual Fundraiser

Tickets are on sale now for the Women Leaders Forum (WLF)

of the Coachella Valley’s 5th Annual “Women Who Rule”

Awards Luncheon and Scholarship Fundraiser presented by

Desert Regional Medical Center. Susie Harvey, Jan Salta, Dr.

Sharon Brown-Welty, and Melissa Neiderman will be honored

for their extraordinary community leadership, public service,

commitment to education and visionary entrepreneurship on

Friday, February 3, 2017 at Agua Caliente Resort Spa (32250

Bob Hope Drive).

This spectacular valley-wide celebration pays tribute to women achieving

the highest level of success and those making a difference in our

community. The event begins at 11 a.m. with an elegant reception and

silent auction, followed by a 12 p.m. awards program and lunch.

All proceeds from the luncheon, and a matching donation from Pathways

to Success, a division of the Coachella Valley Economic Partnership,

will go directly towards college scholarships for the best and brightest

members enrolled in WLF’s Young Women Leaders Mentoring Program.

“Each one of the honorees chosen has exemplified a dedication to our

community and serving others,” said Event Chair Mahasti Islami. “We are

honored to recognize them as women who rule.”

Luncheon ticket prices are $85 for WLF members, $95 for non-members

and $800 for tables of ten. For more information on the event or to

purchase tickets, please visit www.wlfdesert.org.

Melissa Neiderman

Jan Salta

This year’s remarkable “Women Who Rule” includes the following

recipients:

“WLF Desert Visionary Award” – Susie Harvey

As a founder of Leadership Coachella Valley and of the All Valley

Legislative Committee, Susie Harvey has been vital in developing leaders

in our desert communities. Susie received both her Bachelor of Arts and

Master of Arts from Whittier College and is a graduate of Institute for

Organization Management - US Chamber of Commerce. She has been

involved with non-profit organizations her entire life and was employed as

a professional non-profit manager from 1981 until her retirement in 2006.

Susie has served in leadership roles in professional organizations for

both college/university development and chambers of commerce. Susie

was recently named Palm Desert Citizen of the Year by the Palm Desert

Area Chamber of Commerce and received Greater Coachella Valley’s

Chamber of Commerce Chairman’s Leadership Award. Since retirement,

Susie has enjoyed extra time for travel, spending time with her husband,

four children and four grandchildren. She still manages to find to serve

on several non-profit boards including Desert Best Friend’s Closet,

the Family YMCA of the Desert, the JFK Foundation, Sterling Cove

Homeowners Association and until 2014, Leadership Coachella Valley.

“Mary T. Roche Community Leadership Award” – Jan Salta

Jan Salta’s philanthropy is well known in the Coachella Valley, but her

charitable heart touches many charities in Orange County, L.A. County,

and even her home town of Des Moines, Iowa. She serves as President

and Chairman of the M. F. Salta Company as well as the Jan and Mike

Salta Foundation which are both based in Irvine, California. In 1974 she

moved to Palm Desert, where she met her husband Mike of 34 years until

his death in 2014. Jan currently sits on the boards of the Palm Springs

Art Museum, Eisenhower Medical Center, Palm Springs Film Festival

and McCallum Theater. Jan looks forward to continuing her charitable

work and encouraging the next generation to donate their time and open

up their check books to help make this world a little better for those who

haven’t been as lucky as her.

“Helene Galen Excellence Education Award” – Dr. Sharon Brown-Welty

Dr. Sharon Brown -Welty is a leader, a visionary, and an experienced

education expert. Sharon came to the Coachella Valley in July 2014

when she was appointed as the Dean of Cal State San Bernardino’s

Palm Desert Campus. Dr. Brown-Welty brought with her the personal

mission to educate the young scholars of the Coachella Valley about

Sharon Brown-Welty

the value of earning a higher education and maintaining that access

and a vision for academic programs which directly benefit the region’s

economic development. With bachelor’s and master’s degrees from

Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and an educational doctorate in

higher education administration and policy studies, Brown-Welty served

in a number of positions at Fresno State and at Indiana University of

Pennsylvania. Dr. Brown-Welty exemplifies excellence in the field of

education as an accomplished writer, editor, reviewer and presenter

of educational leadership. Dr. Brown-Welty extends her passion to

community service as well – she actively volunteers on several local

committees and is a strong leader in the World Affairs Council. Sharon

is married to Dr. John D. Welty, President Emeritus, Fresno State, and

together they have 5 children and 6 grandchildren.

“WLF Inspiration Award” – Melissa Neiderman

Susan Harvey

Melissa Neiderman is known for her big heart and humble willingness to

help those in need. She has spent much of her life trying to help others.

Melissa was a teacher for 21 years, leading children to look beyond the

school walls to lend a hand. She helped create an annual walk-a-thon

at the Palm Valley School in Rancho Mirage to raise funds to benefit

local charities. Since retiring from teaching, she has become a full-time

volunteer for the American Cancer Society in Palm Desert, serving as

Event chair, Advisory chair, Leadership Council member, and Community

Engagement Volunteer. Melissa spearheaded the high-profile fundraising

effort for Desi Cechin, a young local girl who was diagnosed with Stage

4 neuroblastoma. Melissa founded and now serves on the Board for the

Desi Strong Foundation. She has also been a part of the ACT for MS

Christmas Tree Lane Committee, volunteers for other charities such as

Loving All Animals, and has led fundraisers for the homeless.

About Women Leaders Forum of the Coachella Valley:

Founded in 2001 by Indian Wells City Council member Mary T.

Roche, the mission of Women Leaders Forum of the Coachella

Valley is to empower and develop women leaders of all ages and

backgrounds in our community. Women Leaders Forum has raised

more than $500,000 in college scholarship funds for the best and

brightest enrolled in the Young Women Leaders Mentoring Program

seeking higher education.


Please join us for the

8 TH ANNUAL SPRING FLING

CABARET & SILENT AUCTION

MARCH 3, 2017

6 pm to 9 pm

Tastes & Sounds | Tickets $75

Doubletree by Hilton Golf Resort

Tickets: bloominthedesert.org

Info: 760.327.3802

Featuring cabaret performances by

Keisha D Fleet Easton Kevin Miller

“Most Insurance Accepted”

BMTB #148458-00

CA Cert. #26687

Kyle R. Taylor

Medical Massage Therapist

(760) 898-3641

kyle@taylormedicalmassage.com

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A musical evening benefiting

And dancing to the

sounds of DJ Galaxy!


LIVEMAGAZINE

by Levvy Carriker

Juli Ragsdale

About 7 years ago Juli and I met Julie Montante through her aunt,

Phyllis Silver and our longtime friend, award-winning author,George

Newberry. Phyllis is quite the business lady owning strips of buildings

with leased businesses along Santa Monica Boulevard in Los

Angeles.

It is not surprising that entrepreneur Juliette Montante and her

brother Lenny inherited this genius of business and business development.

One year ago at the opening of PSA Organica, City Councilwoman,

Ginny Foat, Jeff Hocker, tv crews, LIVE Magazine, Chamber of Commerce

and well over 100 supporters attended the Ribbon Cutting

Ceremony.

on their web site, “Do not put yourself or others at risk! Only become

members and conduct transactions with permitted medical cannabis collectives.”

Community Compassion

It is a very exciting time in the world of medicine. New and ground-breaking

research is bringing to light the multiple medicinal properties of cannabis

in the treatment and cure of diseases. With each passing month there

are discoveries of new cures, treatments and medicines.

In keeping up with the latest modalities, the integrity and expertise of

the cannabis dispensaries increasingly comes into play to counsel and

dispense the newly identified and sometimes intricate treatments. Further,

an ideal collective would provide wellness services and educational

programs. An ideal dispensary would give back to the community with

compassion and charity.

Enter the new, Palm Springs ‘Dispensary That Cares’, Palm Springs

Associated Organica. It is located just south of downtown in the ‘Sunny

Dunes Antique District’, on E. Sunny Dunes Road and Industrial Place,

just off Palm Canyon Dr. Open for clients 7 days a week from 9am - 7pm.

At PSA Organica they intend to raise the bar and become the model for

what a collective in Palm Springs should be. From the quality of their

meds to the dedicated service, PSA Organica truly strives to be the best

at what they do. To them, every detail definitely matters.

This is reflected from the moment you walk in their door; in the thoughtfully

selected decor, comfortably furnished waiting room, and complimentary

snacks they offer. At PSA Organica they put the patient’s comfort first,

making a point to always treat the patients with warm welcoming respect.

“Volunteers at PSA Organica are here to assist in the patients’ medicinal

needs so the quality of their lives can be increased. Our goal is to supply

compassion to those in need- All the while embracing their wish to treat

themselves with a natural alternative. Here at PSA Organica, we provide

a safe, comfortable environment, off of the streets where our patients can

obtain their medicine from a trusted source. There is no greater reward

than that which you obtain from assisting those in need. Our only wish is

to be able to provide that much needed help to our patients and our community,”

said Juliette.-

PSA Organics is the newest of the only five City of Palm Springs permitted

medical cannabis collectives and cooperatives. The City contracts

with an independent medical cannabis testing laboratory to perform random

sampling and testing of various products at each collective. This is

important to maintain a standard of quality and integrity. The city advises

One of the major determining factors for the City was PSA Organica’s

commitment to the community. “This is the kind of thing that I always

envisioned the collective to be.” said Palm Springs City Councilwoman

Ginny Foat, in her support for PSA Organica. “Not just a business selling

medicine.”

PSA Organica donates 5 percent of after-tax receipts each month to local

charities. “My promise is to open and run a facility that will benefit the

merchants and residents of Palm Springs.”, said Julie. “Medical marijuana

will be made available for free to terminally ill patients. I want to open

and run a facility that will benefit the merchants and residents of Palm

Springs.”

Julie Montante and her brother, General Manager, Leonard (Lenny),

make the effort to attend all Medical Cannabis industrial shows and

events to bring home the best products for their patients. When asked

how she got into this industry, Julie replied, “Our mother developed Stage

4 breast cancer at the age of 45. This spurred our personal interests in

finding alternatives to chemo, radiation and surgery without stripping her

of her dignity.” This was the beginning of an extensive and compassionate

journey which has led Julie and Lenny to their pursuit of helping those

in need.

“We have discovered products such as Rick Simpson Oil, and Morongo

Seed. There are many alternatives items on the market being researched.

We turn no venders away who might have that one item which provides

comfort and possible remission for even one patient.

As part of effort to give back to the community, the collective offers incentives

for the patients to give back as well. Bring in 3 canned goods or

non-perishible food items and receive $5 off your purchase. Food items

go to organizations as Well in the Desert, Desert AIDS Project, Martha’s

Kitchen, and AIDS Assistance Program. They have an animal program

as well. If patients bring a 5 pound bag of food for cats or dogs, they get

$5 off their purchase.

Check www.weedmaps.com for current daily and weekly specials and

giveaways. The sign-up is easy. Just bring your doctor’s ‘rec’ and driver’s

license. Visit the collective’s Facebook page at:

www.facebook.com/psaorganica


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THE LEADING

DISPENSARY OF

VARIOUS CBD OILS

PSA Organica carries Indicas, Sativas, Hybrids, Wax, Concentrate, Extracts,

Clones, Edibles (like ice cream, candy, baked goods, infused waters, teas, sodas),

Topicals (butters, hand lotions, lip balms, massage oil and topical pain

relievers), the collective carries a wide variety of accessory products such as

candies, glassware, and any of the extras you may desire. If they don’t have it,

let them know and they will get it for you.

Venture through PSA Organica and you will discover a small boutique of Hemp

clothing from interesting designers. Also a glass shop with amazing shapes

and assorted accesories.

Stop by and meet the friendly staff and owners! Take a tour. You’ll find a

‘community center’ type of atmosphere with a respectful and friendly vibe.


“We moved here from North

Carolina to legally have this

service”

Thor and Richard

“Front Desk Service is

the best and served with

pleasure.”

Bill Post and Iesha Carranza are always friendly at the front desk.


400 EAST SUNNY DUNES ROAD 760.778.1053 PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA 92264

We are excited and honored to

celebrate our first year anniversary

of sharing and caring for the health

and greater well being of our community.

Thank you to the fine citizens

of Palm Springs as well as the

City of Palm Springs for licensing

our team for this service. We strive

to be innovators for cultivation and

medical.

Julie Montante


We grow our plants with genuine love and

care. From seed to flower buds we care for

them each day. Eventually these lovely buds

end up in homes all over the Coachella Valley.

“It takes a while to build a state of the art cultivation facitity. We take

abandoned transient buildings and turn them into state of the art grow

facilities.” The buildings are fitted out with raised and plumbed shelving, digital

thermometers, sodium vapour lamps and a supply of carbon dioxide. Plants are provided

with proper medium, warmth, scientifically calculated regimen of light, properly

PH balanced water, carbon dioxide, and nutrition. They are attended and groomed

by highly trained intrinsically motivated cultivators.

In this facitlity BudTender and Herbalist, Andres Leija and BudTender,

Blake Wheeler take time to be with the plant as it blooms, ocassionally

speaking to them.


Max Groso, Bill Post, Anthony T. Carranza, Iesha Carranza, Andres Leija, Lenny Montante, Blake

Wheeler, Simon Sarkisian

PSA Organica has a knowledgable staff from an eclectic background, committed to providing a

personable delivery of service to each member through responsibility, education and inspiration.

Volunteer opportunities are available. Each volunteer must be “Life Scanned’. If you would like to

volunteer, please call them at 760-778-1053.

Store Manager Anthony Carranza and BudTender Max Groso

are very knowledgeable about their products. With such a wide

range of products there are things you should know so that you

make a wise decision as to what you need.


DESERT DENTAL

ALTERNATIVES

Bruno Lemay, DMD

dexterity, and in general they tend to eat more sweets more often, and not brush

as often.

There is also another component that needs to be explained here. In the mouth

there are several types of bacteria. Some are responsible for gum disease and

some are responsible for decay. Some people may have the best hygiene

and still have gum disease and some who have the worst hygiene may not

suffer from gum disease at all. This is because they do not have the bacteria

responsible for gum disease. Same thing for decay. Some people will be more

susceptible to decay then others even if they eat just a little sugar and have

decent dental hygiene. That is because they have that kind of bacteria in their

mouth in a higher rate then another person. But that is not a reasonable excuse.

More brushing and plaque control with a topical fluoride application daily,

preferably with a special personal tray made at the dental office will help.

Very rarely a person will suffer from gum disease and a high rate of decay. It is

generally one or the other. If someone has a high rate of decay, in general they will

not suffer from gum disease like bone loss, periodontal pockets and tooth mobility.

It is a proven fact though, that the better the dental hygiene you have and the

better your diet is in terms of limiting sugar intake, the healthier your gums and

teeth will be.

So, it is not true that decay affect only kids. As long as you have one tooth in

your mouth you are subject to get decay if you leave dental plaque on it and eat

sugar!--

Do you think that dental cavities are problems only for

children?

The best way to prevent that is to have good dental hygiene at home and

brushing after any sugar intake, and to visit your dentist 2 to 3 times a year.

Dr. Bruno Lemay

It is a general belief that cavities are for kids only. But in fact,

cavities affect all ages!

The reason why cavities are more prevalent in children is

mainly the fact that they tend to eat more sugar and have

poor hygiene habits. However, when looking at the cause of

decay, which is basically plaque with the presence of sugar,

it is easy to understand that cavities can happen at any age

even if your mouth is full of crowns.

Of course there are some people who have teeth that are

softer then others and are easier to decay but that affects

only 1% of the population. Basically any diet rich in sugar

will increase your chance of decay. Soft drinks, candies and

anything sweet will have a potency to create decay in the

presence of dental plaque. Of course in order to create

decay there has to be the bacteria that will transfer the sugar

into acid to decalcify the tooth. It is called dental plaque and

it forms very quick after eating. The better hygiene a person

has, the less they will have decay. It takes both sugar and

plaque to decay a tooth. The more you brush and floss, the

more plaque removed and the less risk of decay.

Additionally, elderly patients also tend to have more decay.

It is more obvious with elderly patients who are loosing their

Dr.

Bruno

LEMAY

760- 324-4450

www.LemayDental.com

www.facebook.com/DesertDentalAlternatives

69450 Ramon Road Cathedral City, CA 92234


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ALEX BENSHIMOL

PET GROOMER, OWNER

FOR APPOINTMENTS

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musicians. Even though David has

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San Diego remains his home.

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& coach! I’ve so enjoyed working with him. He

wrote one of my favorite charts ever for my concert

at Carnegie Hall for Broadway Cares Equity

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versions of songs from Guys & Dolls, An American In Paris, and West

Side Story among many others. Send in the Sounds also captures songs

at the crossroads – where David plays “one of a kind” versions of some

of the most timely and wonderful music ever written alongside new and

exciting original material.

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where he performs regularly at his own cabaret room Pranzo Geist

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including The Caged Bird Flies, where he pays a musical homage to

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Confirming rumors swirling for months, the best-selling boy band

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to the Las Vegas Strip. The pop juggernaut Backstreet Boys

announced they will begin an exclusive Las Vegas headlining residency

show, “Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life,” inside The AXIS at

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino beginning Wednesday, March 1,

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recognized as the best-selling boy band in history. In 2013, BSB

celebrated their 20th Anniversary with the release of the album

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legendary Hollywood Walk of Fame. BSB are currently in the studio

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Entertainment icon Jerry

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took off after his first appearance

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with Johnny Carson in 1981.

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become the most successful comedy series in

the history of television: Seinfeld. The show

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book (Seinlanguage) and a children’s book

(Halloween).

Seinfeld directed the off-Broadway production

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Most recently, Seinfeld has been performing

at the Beacon Theatre as part of a year-long

residency entitled, “Jerry Seinfeld: The Homestand.”

Seinfeld resides in New York City with his wife

and three children. He remains active as a

standup comedy performer, continuously touring

both nationally and internationally.

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