This article is about my experiences of international and inter-racial dating. It is purely an account of what I have witnessed and experienced myself over the course of my life so far, although at 55 years old, I am nearer the end of it than the beginning. It is my advice on handling an international or inter-racial relationship.
They fought to keep the Stalin’s yellow hordes of Asia from over running and destroying Europe. Someday the truth about the causes for WWII will come out.
Boardwalks provide another way to see the forest while preserving the forest floor from damage. Some of these allow for self-guided touring. Others emanate from a discovery centre. Bring the kids so they can learn while on holiday. Here they will learn to understand the value of preserving a complex ecosystem; how all parts work together to pump life not just around in circles, but into the global environment. Their education could make a significant impact.
Like all big gods, Guan Di has a feast of his own. The feast of Guan Di falls on the 24th day of the sixth month in the Chinese calendar. This feast is pretty elaborate, and you can see steamed rice cakes, roast pigs, oranges and flowers being offered. There is also lion dance and musical troupes performances.
3:00 PM – Beverly Hills 11and Comedy Showcase at Roxbury Park Auditorium, 471 S. Roxbury Dr., Beverly Hills. Old-time comics Jack Carter and Norm Crosby share the bill with singer Tiba. $20-$30. For more information, call (310) 285-6840.
7:30 PM – Los Angeles Jewish Symphony at Ford Theatre, 2580 Cahuenga Blvd. E., Hollywood. A musical celebration of Eastern European festivals, featuring 11and comedian Mike Burstyn. Bring a guitar, a washboard or whatever and make some folk 11 with other folks. $25-$36, $12 children.
Noon and 2:00 PM – Family Amphitheater Performances at Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., L.A. Listen to Ina Buckner tell stories. Admission: $10 adults, $5 children 2-12. For more information, call (877) 722-4849.
Oh, and by the way, should you like a little light music to accompany this article, I recommend Edith Piaf singing “Autumn Leaves”, in both Johnny Mercer’s English and Jacquec Prevert’s French. It is superbe. You’ll find it in any search engine. Do it now before the falling leaves have all drifted past your window…