Wednesday, September 30, 2009
"The Frank Sinatra Songbook" featuring Don Shelden and Jazz Legends, October 17, at Purchase College
Recording artist Don Shelden will be paying tribute to Frank Sinatra as he performs “The Frank Sinatra Songbook” on Saturday, October 17 at 8:00 p.m. at The Performing Arts Center at Purchase College in Purchase, NY. Legendary jazz singer Annette Sanders and legends Bucky Pizzarelli on guitar, Derek Smith on piano as well as the Rick Visone All-Star Big Band, join them in a night to remember.
Tickets for the show are on now on sale, and can be purchased at the Box Office at the Pepsico Theatre at Purchase College or to order call (914) 251-6200 or visit www.artscenter.org. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
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Tuesday, September 29, 2009
San Francisco-based Adina for Life, Inc., creators of Adina beverages, exhibited at the 2009 Natural Products EXPO East in Boston, MA to promote the launch of its new line of herbal elixirs, “Adina Holistics™”. Inspired by a vision of a world that “Drinks No Evil”, the Adina team, comprised of seasoned beverage industry veterans that include the Founders of Odwalla® and SoBe®, have created the new line of herbal beverages for the health conscious individual looking for an alternative to sugary energy drinks.
Acknowledging the growing awareness and acceptance of holistic and natural health by U.S. consumers, “Adina for Life” created the line of Holistic drinks that will tap into the 5,000 year old “emerging trend” of Ayurveda. Adina Holistics™ uses adaptogenic herbal extracts known to exert a normalizing influence on the body with flavors that include: “Honey Lemon Aloe”, “Mango Orange Chamomile”, “Blackberry Hibiscus”, “Peach Amalaki” and “Honey Eucalyptus” in addition to the new flavors that were launched last month, “Grapefruit Goji” and “Pomegranate Açaí”.
The unveiling of the new product line coincides with the launch of the company’s website, www.AdinaWorld.com, which was built to maximize consumer participation and real-time brand emersion, utilizing existing web 2.0 technologies, connecting communities and inspiring participation. The site features integrated Flickr Photostreams, Facebook Pages and Twitter accounts, and comprehensive product information that actively cross-links ingredients throughout the web.
Adina showcased Holistics and Natural Highs, its line of delicious, Fair Trade coffee energy drinks.
Adina for Life CEO John Bello and Chairman/Co-Founder Greg Steltenpohl interviewed by Dr. Pat of The Dr. Pat Show.
Here's Melissa, from Connecticut. She responded to our Twitter request and came by the booth to screech like a monkey. For her efforts, she got an Adina Swag Bag, full of monkey-emblazoned apparel.
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Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Check out the trailer for I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell, edited by Jeff Kushner. Coming to theaters on September 25th.
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Friday, September 18, 2009
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Wednesday, September 16, 2009
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Thursday, September 10, 2009
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Lee Whitwell and Joslynn Burkett Sweep Competition
The 2009 Beach Tennis USA National Championship produced two days of exciting, fast-paced action. For the first time ever, the National Championship in the United States featured a “Paddle Battle” in addition to the regular racquet competition. On Saturday, September 5, teams from all over the world competed using paddles, rather than conventional tennis racquets. The European athletes in attendance, who have played with paddles for years, were the teams to beat in this tournament. In the Men’s Pro division finals, it was two Italian teams that would square off: Gianluca Chirico and Massimo Mattei (Ravenna, IT) versus Maurizio DiCori and Emanuele Bianchedi (Ravenna, IT). Both teams are very familiar with the sport of beach tennis, having competed in over 100 tournaments in Italy, combined. Although DiCori and Bianchedi were new-comers to American sand, it was no detriment to their game, as they defeated Chirico and Mattei 8-5. Over on the Ladies Pro Division, the finals match consisted of two Southern California teams, Lee Whitwell and Joslynn Burkett (San Diego, CA) versus Lucy Streeter and Kristen Flagler (Hermosa Beach, CA). Flagler and Streeter knocked out Nadia Johnston (Long Beach, NY) and Nicole Melch (Cresskill, NJ) in the semi-finals to advance, however they were no match for the duo from San Diego as they easily captured the first Paddle Battle title by a score of 8-4.
Sunday, September 6 featured the tennis racquet version of the 2009 Beach Tennis USA National Championship. In the Men’s Pro Division, the two-time defending champions Matteo Marighella and Alex Mingozzi (Ravenna, IT) advanced to the finals to face off against former national champions Chris Henderson and Phil Whitesell (Charleston, SC). Henderson and Whitesell, who won titles in 2005 and 2006, were eager to defeat the Italians and bring the trophy back to the U.S. In dramatic fashion, the pair of Americans stunned the crowd as they delivered powerful serves, which was enough to defeat the seemingly unbeatable Italian team, 8-6. In the Ladies Pro Division, it was the duo from San Diego, CA yet again who would advance to the finals. Lee Whitwell and Joslynn Burkett would face the hometown hero, Nadia Johnston, and her partner, Nicole Melch, who have been unstoppable in the tournaments in which they competed this season. The only thing fiercer than competition was the wind that made it very difficult to serve the ball. But the Ladies battle through and seemed to be on par since a tiebreaker set was necessary. The San Diego team proved to be too much for Melch and Johnston as they gained and maintained momentum in the tiebreaker set to win it, 9-8(5). Whitwell and Burkett cleaned up in Long Beach, NY, winning both the Paddle Battle finals and the 2009 Beach Tennis National Championship.