Showtimes are today, April 10, at 6:30 p.m.; and Saturday, April 11, at 5 p.m. The performance, which will be in the school's performing arts center, 28755 El Toro Rd. in Lake Elsinore, will feature a medley of music and dance from "A Chorus Line ...
April 10, 2015
WATCH: Kids React to a VCR, and They Have Nothing Nice to Say
In the video, the kids handle the box like a prehistoric paperweight and try to guess what it is. Alarm clock? Radio? Music player? Finally, Tyler provides a pretty spot-on description. "It's a VCR player, and it's really hard to, like, program the ...
March 17, 2015
Hear this: Turn down tunes to save your ears
Mary Owen, a graduate student in audiology at the University of Northern Colorado, sometimes goes to schools to screen children and teens for hearing loss. Regular doses of loud music can cause the same kind of harm, he says. sound over 85 ...
March 15, 2015
Phoenix High officer looks back on varied career
clothes and not answer an alarm clock for the first time in three decades. Now 62, Bailey began her law enforcement career in 1980 as a legal assistant for the Benton County district attorney, assisting male officers with sexual assault and child ...
March 23, 2015
Florida Holiday Inn wakes up sleepy spring breakers with 'Lion King' song
Young isn't the only guest who looks forward to the throwback song as an alarm clock. Hotel employees say that they have “hundreds of people” calling in each year before making to make sure the song will be played during their stay. "We actually had ...
March 28, 2015
Who's Going to Watch My Kids?
You can buy a nanny cam hidden in an alarm clock, a coat hook and even a water bottle. Spying on your nanny is big business. As our kids got older, though, it became apparent to us that we wouldn't need a nanny cam. The secret lives of our nannies came ...
March 16, 2015
Bandleader, head chef and restaurateur Cheetie Kumar rarely sees sunlight, but ...
This balance between music and food is the defining relationship of Kumar's life in 2015—or perhaps it's the imbalance that's most important. In 1998, she and Siler co-founded the great Raleigh rock 'n' Cheetie Kumar was born as the middle of ...
March 25, 2015
My routine is in place now which has made settling in a lot easier as I know what I am doing, I have things to look forward to and know when I have time to relax. There have been many highlights in the last week and in this blog I will do my best to pick them out admist my day to day Rwandan life. Sunday came, as did my first experience of church in Rwanda, and wow what an experience. On arrival I was taken with Winnie and seated behind the altar right at the front, facing everybody, which was quite intimidating and to begin with I felt that everybody was staring at me which left me feeling exposed. However, I soon got up and joined the children who were all dancing and then I felt welcomed and very much part of the church community. Winnie had warned me that very few people, if any, at the church would speak English so I had prepared myself to not understand anything that was going on. how wrong could I be. The first song they sang in the service was to the tune of 'Give me... Thanks to being leant a Rwandan hymn book (many thanks Paul and Jean. ) Winnie found the correct page and I sang along, to the familiar tune with not quite such familiar words. However anyone who knows, the tune will know, the chorus is very simple so all the stumbling over the verses were forgotten by the time the chorus came around each time.
In one day, it’s quite possible – indeed, almost inevitable – that you will see some of the most astonishing sights that Earth has to offer: often in the form of pearly white beaches smothered by the ebb and flow of crystal clear oceans. If it’s a particularly nice day (which it invariably is) you will probably then dry yourself off and lounge on the hot sand, watching crabs scuttle about their business. Then, and this is the moment of contrast, you will almost certainly expel all sense of tranquility by necking a bucket of dubious alcohol (drinking from a bucket is, for some reason, completely unquestioned) and watching Thai men play with fire. My return to Thailand began with a very long and very stressful border crossing out of Cambodia. There’s something about the way the guards look at you that makes you convinced that your innocent looking rucksack is, in fact, home to a kilogram of cocaine, or some form of endangered animal (a Cuban Solonodon, or a Sumatran Rhino, for... As it turned out, that’s exactly what was in my rucksack and I got through unscathed, but only after an hour and a half of queuing alongside trigger happy Chinese people and liver-spotted white men with wives younger than myself. So, after a grotty stay in a back-street hostel, I hopped (and I mean this in the most literal sense, for Thai buses are rarely static) on the bus to Koh Tao: land of divers and, rather unsettlingly, the site of a horrific double-murder a matter...
The Soundfreaq Flower Freaq is ready for Mother’s Day
This wireless bedroom speaker and alarm clock that combines The Novogratz’ unique design ... perhaps the Flower Freaq will at least be able to drown out all the kids. The Flower Freaq will ship in two weeks for $99.99, while the $79.99 Sound Rise ...
April 9, 2015
Light tunes up: Zedcon’s strip of LED lights sync with your music
Zedcon’s built-in microphone and music ... alarm clock’s monotone buzz every morning? With Zedcom’s smart timer feature, you can set it so that you’ll regularly awaken to a mellow aura of light instead. When you have an incoming call while the ...
April 8, 2015
Soundfreaq and The Novogratz Team Up To Launch Sound Rise Flower Freaq, A Limited Edition Wireless Bedroom Speaker & Alarm Clock
Flower Freaq is a modern wireless bedroom speaker and alarm clock that combines The Novogratz’ unique ... The couple and their family of seven children (Wolfgang, Bellamy, Tallulah, Breaker, Five, Holleder, Major) currently live in the hills of West ...
April 8, 2015
CABU GAH DIARIES: These Are The People To Blame For The Bahati/Willy Paul Beef.
Question remains; Why would two post-teen Gospel whiz kids ... music outfit SYSTEM UNIT. System Unit is some sort of umbrella that encompasses gospel artistes, deejays and dancers all of whom do school tours all year long and do shows as a team round the ...
April 7, 2015
Berks Country Calendar: April 8
Cost: $7; children 4-12, $4. Read to Cuddles ... door alerts, telephone signalers, alarm clocks and more. The free event will also include hearing screenings, earplugs and refreshments. Information: 610-685-4520 or www.bdhhs.org. Saturday: May 9 Variety ...
April 7, 2015
Positively Beautiful: 9 simple ways to get the best night's sleep of your life
Use an amber night-light for your kids and screen out your alarm clock. 7. Supplements can help ... You could listen to some soothing, sleep-inducing music. Or dab your wrists with some vanilla, sandalwood or lavender oil (one of Mother Nature's best ...
April 5, 2015
Danny Heitman’s ‘At Random’: Baton Rouge mockingbird’s 4 a.m. chirping isn’t exactly a welcomed wake-up call
On most days, I’m awakened by the clock radio, which greets me with the morning news ... its melodious tunes have caused mothers to think they had missed their alarm clock and arouse sleepy children from their slumber to ready them for school.”
April 4, 2015