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that is confusing enough to begin with. Sarah (Kidman) and Kyle (Cage) a successful diamond dealer, live in an elegant home equipped with a state-ofthe-art security system. However, they don’t seem to have that solid of a relationship. Their daughter Avery (Liana Liberato) is a rebellious teenager (is there any other?) who defies them when they forbid her to attend a party with her promiscuous friend, Kendra. Avery runs upstairs, locks her door and scampers out of the house where bad-girl Kendra is waiting in her car. They take off for the party where there are other obnoxious teenagers drinking,
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5:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 29-30 at 813 N. Camden Dr. The free event will feature fine art, photographs, paintings, ceramics, jewelry, live music, a buffet, pastries, lottery and a chance to talk Doctors Without Borders representative.
Robinson Peete To Attend Food Allergy Walk Holly Robinson Peete is set to attend this year’s FAAN Walk for Food Allergy beginning at noon, Sunday, Oct. 23 at Santa Monica Beach Park #1, 2600 Barnard Way. The event will support the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network’s (FAAN) efforts to increase awareness about food allergies, and raise money for advocacy, education and research. Cybele Pascal, a FAAN Ambassador
using drugs and trying to score. In the interim, thugs gain entrance into Sarah and Kyle’s house by posing as police officers and demand he open his safe where his money and diamonds are kept. Kyle adamantly refuses and gives them a lesson on how difficult it would be to sell the priceless stones to a fence. They listen patiently, but then start to pummel the two of them mercilessly. Meanwhile, the puritanical Avery, realizing her mistake, refuses to take drugs or have sex with one of the guys and calls a cab. She goes home….that’s when I should have taken her cue, and left as well. 1/2 bagel out of 4 Jerry Ram Cutler, The Courier’s film critic, is rabbi at Creative Arts Temple
Who Cares and author of The AllergenFree Baker Handbook, will serve as the local honorary chair. “Despite the rise in the number of people with food allergies; there is still a lack of awareness‚” said Pascal. An estimated 15 million Americans, including nearly six million children, have a life-threatening food allergy. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that food allergies result in more than 300,000 ambulatorycare visits a year among children. Registration for the walk is now open at www.foodallergywalk.org. Individuals, families, community groups, and anyone else wishing to raise funds for FAAN may register free. The two-mile walk will start with check-in beginning at 11 a.m. Following the walk, participants can enjoy a rockwall, face painting, giveaways like an iPad2 from Dey Pharma, and other activities.