“Phnom Penh: Some days ago, Mr. Son Kunthor, advisor to the Royal Government on employment and small scale enterprises, and secretary general of the One Village One Product Movement, met with Mr. Lee Wan Taek, general director and Mr. Lincoln Center hosts a plethora of wonderful warm weather events as well, some free, some not. Classical music fans swear by the Center indoors “Mostly Mozart Festival,” held in August, while populists flock to “Lincoln Center Out of Doors,” which showcases top dancers and musicians, also in August. But perhaps the Center most unusual summer festival is Midsummer Night Swing, held on the plaza near the famous fountain in late June through July.
My She Art Workshop No 4! This year I have taken some time off doing my own on line workshops, to travel and teach around the globe and host my on She Matters retreats here in my own! Plus we had a A LOT of family things going on this year. SO you may have noticed the ONLY artsy workshop this year as in the Spring and it was my Boot Series Workshop! USually I have 2 3 spring workshops and 2 3 fall on line workshops, so this year has been a bit different for me! I have really taken some time to figure out a workshop I wanted to do for you all and have been working and perfect all year, some girls that last christmas, I really started to develop! I am REALLY excited to share them with you in this 2 week course workshop! So without further mumbo jumbo talk. Here we go!.
NANCY ‘MRS. G’ STRICKLAND GUNNELLS 10/15/37 4/21/18 LAKELAND It is with great sadness that the family of Nancy Gunnells announces her passing after a long illness. She passed away at Avante Rehab Facility in West Palm Beach at the age of 80. The energy of the streets sweeps visitors along at a rapid pace or runs them down.We were fortunate enough to happen onto the Nom Wah Tea Parlor, 13 Doyers St., for take out dim sum and were shepherded into the kitchen to hand select succulent pork buns. Fat and crispy egg rolls, and steamed dumplings. Wally Tang, the tea parlor’s friendly, outgoing owner, sells dim sum items to other restaurants in Chinatown.
In the fall, I watch the toothed, leathery, single beech leaves turn from green to gold. Then the gold leaks from them and they become the color of polished brass a striking contrast to their silver bark. Most of the leaves sift to the ground in the slightest breeze, but those on smaller beech trees curl up and cling tightly, even as the brass leaks from them, leaving them a brittle, beige white that catches the weak winter light and sets them glowing like torches among the dark hemlocks..