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contents: articles: Honor your planet...................... 3 Sirens of Coachella................... 5 Nothing is wrong........................ 6
features: Living Longer............................. 8 Nite Life Listings...................... 12 Classifieds .............................. 16 Astrological Affects................. 20
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The 42nd Earth Day celebration is happening this Sunday, April 22. This year over 1 billion people are expecting to take part of some form of celebration which will bring awareness of Mother Earth into the spotlight.
By laura anne Rowell
ut what has Earth Day really accomplished? Earth Day is considered the starting point where acknowledgment for the problems of the earth all came into focus. It is the start of the modern day environmental movement and is the reason we recycle, buy organic and plant sustainable gardens. It all started in 1970 by then senator of Wisconsin, Gaylord Nelson, who was inspired to do something to protect the earth after seeing a horrendous oil spill off the coast of Santa Barbra in 1969. He solicited the aid of Denis Hayes and Republican congressmen Petre McCloskey to join him in bringing awareness to the environmental atrocities that were happening to the planet. Hayes put together a network of 80 citizen to assist in the campaign to promote cleaning up the Earth. Thanks to the 20 million Americans who took part of the first Earth Day, several important milestone took place including the passing of the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act and Endangered Species Act, all under the creation of the US Environmental Protection Agency. This year Earth Day is promoting for all citizen of the world to act locally in order to protect globally. You can start by doing the basic simple things around your neighborhood like
Thanks to the 20 million Americans who took part of the first Earth Day, several important milestone took place including the passing of the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act and Endangered Species Act, all under the creation of the US Environmental Protection Agency. picking up trash, turning off lights in your home or office when not in use and biking once a week or more to work. All the small things add up to a big difference. If you want to find out information on events
in your area check out www.earthday.org/ or call your local library. But remember that some of the best things you can do for our earth are the simplest; unplug and reconnect with each other and the planet.
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totempole ceremony Photos and story by Pat Krause
Rancho Mirage, CA- Sunnylands at the Annenberg Estate held a dedication ceremony on the grounds at the 5th fairway golf course of the restored Totem Pole. Only 100 people attended, which was smaller than anticipated, but due to the lack of busing that was required, this was all that was allowed.
elcoming remarks were made by Center Director Janice Lyle,President Geoffrey Cowan and acting Chairman of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, Jeff Grubbe. The Annenberg Totem pole was designed by artist Henry Hunt from the Kwakiutl tribe and was installed on the Annenberg Estate in 1976. The Totem pole needed to be restored to its original beauty which the family of Henry Hunt were commissioned to restore.
Four Local dignitaries, Mayor Dana Hobart, President Goeffrey Cowan, Director of Collections and Exhibitions, Anne Rowe and Acting Chairman of the Aqua Caliente Tribe were asked to come forward to be dressed in native attire and dance for the guests. Four young children were also asked to be dressed in costume and join in the dance. At the end of the ceremony all the guests were asked to join in dancing. Sunnylands Center is open to the public on weekends with tours of the Annenberg Estate that are scheduled in advance. Go to Sunnylands.org for more information.
The Hunt family is still continuing the tradition of making Totems. Sunnylands transported the family from Canada just for this unveiling and dedication. The Hunt family gave a lavish entertainment of Tribal Dances complete with original native costumes. They explained the meanings of the Totem and the history of each dance. Dancers were Stanley and Livina Hunt, Son Jason Hunt and relatives Mervyn and Coreen Child and son Kaleb Child.
Top right: Jamie Kabler, Helene Galen and Sunnylands President Geoffrey Cowan. Top: Totem pole created by Kwaliutl Indians
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TheSirensofCoachella By Robert Kinsler
Indio, CA – Johanna and Klara S’derberg, the duo known as First Aid Kit may be from Sweden but have issued one of the most remarkable American albums of early 2012. The Lion’s Roar is a collection of original material that captures the spirit of Gram Parsons, Emmylou Harris and June Carter without coming off as merely a retro experiment or well-timed trend exploit.
“When we were kids we didn’t listen to “Emmylou” and bittersweet “In the Hearts of Americana at all,” Johanna, 21, admitted during Men.” a phone chat with the S’derbergs shortly before The disc is First Aid Kit’s first to be recorded a gig in Chicago earlier in the U.S., but it follows this month. They will be the release of their Their dedication to performing the second of wonderful 2010 debut two high-profile turns at Big Black & the Blue. That the 13th annual Coachella Americana’s roots runs album was more intimate Valley Music and Arts and sparse, yet already Festival in Indio on April deep. Last fall they made showcased the S’derbergs’ 22. emotive vocals and “Our parents are more a trek to the California honest songwriting. into New Wave and stuff Their dedication to but through a friend, who high desert to shoot the Americana’s roots runs told us to listen to Bright deep. Last fall they made Eye, we kind of fell in love ‘Emmylou’ video on what a trek to the California with that music instantly. high desert to shoot the We just felt at home.” ‘Emmylou’ video on Klara, 19, picked up would have been Parsons’ what would have been her three-years-older Parsons’ 65th birthday 65th birthday (Nov. 5, (Nov. 5, 1973). They even sister’s response without stayed at the Joshua Tree missing a beat: “We felt at home; it was so simple 1973). They even stayed at Inn, the legendary hotel where Parsons died of and honest. It spoke to us in a different way than the Joshua Tree Inn, the a drug overdose Sept. 19 of that year. The somusic ever had before.” She added that after legendary hotel where called father of “Cosmic American Music” was being drawn into Bright 26. Eyes catalog, they Parsons died of a drug only“That was like a immediately set about pilgrimage for us,” listening to artists who had influenced Conor overdose Sept. 19 of that Johanna recalled, “but it’s been a dream to go Oberst and his outfit from Nebraska: “We found year. The so-called father there because we are so obsessed with Gram Bob Dylan and Leonard Parsons’ music and it of “Cosmic American Cohen and Gram Parsons was a very emotional and all their influences experience for us to go as well, like the Louvin Music” was only 26. there. Brothers. We were totally “I think our lyrics in love with this music.” The Lion’s Roar, from Wichita Records, is no are based on our emotions and what we’re one-trick pony. Songs range from the haunting going through,” she continued, noting they folk-rock of the title track to the tender owe their command of the English language
to having studied it from 8 until 12. (They also grew up watching American television shows and hearing English-language music.) “But we always sing about things that we feel. A lot of the songs on this new album are a lot more autobiographical (than material off their first).” Klara added that the process for each track varies: “The songs sort of grow by themselves. Sometimes we have lyrics (first) and we sit down with a guitar and come up with a melody for them; sometimes it’s the melody first.” One thing that’s consistent is their obvious passion for a lasting career in this field: “We’re definitely in for the long run,” Johanna says. “I feel like we could really be doing this for a very long time. It’s going in the right direction and goals? Playing Coachella is definitely one of our goals.”
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nothingiswrong By Robert Kinsler
With the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival ready to arrive for its second and final weekend April 20 –
22, why not prep by listening to four great albums from some of the up-and-comers set to perform in Indio this weekend. Check out specific set times at www.Coachella.com. artist: dawes Title: Nothing Is Wrong You might be interested in this album if you like: Neil Young’s “Harvest,” Jackson Browne, Crosby, Stills & Nash. Tell Me More: Any rock fans who relish a sonic diet of Crosby, Stills & Nash and Jackson Browne while complaini nobody writes songs like that anymore” has not heard Dawes. The second release from the Los Angelesbased quartet exudes the mix of winning songwriting, strong harmonies and warmth that marked the best ‘70s work of the Eagles, Browne and other California-based heroes of that era. Dawes’ “Nothing Is Wrong” boasts 11 great songs, including the confessional rocker “If I Wanted Someone” and ambitious “A Little Bit of Everything.” Artist: Grace Potter & the Nocturnals
Title: Grace Potter & The Nocturnals: Live From the Legendary Sun Studio You will be interested if you are a fan of: Susan Tedeschi, Bonnie Raitt, the Tedeschi Trucks Band Tell Me More: Record Store Day is being celebrated at independent record shops around the world on Saturday, April 21. As part of the event, dozens of famed artists such as the Zac Brown Band, Coldplay, Norah Jones and Caitlin Rose are releasing exclusive vinyl records and/ or CDs on that date. One of the most exciting
limited-edition releases is a live collection featuring seven tracks recorded by Grace Potter & the Nocturnals in Memphis in 2008 and 2009. These recordings explode out of the speakers with Potter’s sweet-meets-grit vocals backed by her mighty band that performs a genre-defying mix of blues, folk, rock and soul like few others. There is a good chance that some copies of this special release will be available at Coachella on April 21. Artist: the shins Title: Port of morrow You will be interested if you are a fan of: Other Lives, Radiohead. Tell Me More: From the exhilirating “The Rifle’s Spiral” and “Simple Song” to the introspective “September” and experimental “Port of Morrow,” this is an album for discerning listeners. And in an age where indie pop is seemingly everywhere, the fourth disc from singersongwriter-guitarist James Mercer and company is a standout. Artist: Gary Clark, jr. Title: bright lights You will be interested if you are a fan of: Robert Johnson, Robert Cray, B.B. King, Keb’ Mo.’ Tell Me More: Countless musicians play the blues. Only a handful have mastered the genre. Traveling in the sonic footsteps of his musical ancestors – notably Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters and Stevie Ray Va u g h a n – Austin, Texas singerguitarist Gary Clark, Jr. is the real deal. His latest album, the aptlytitled “Bright Lights,” will make a believer out of every bluesrock fan. Highlights on the disc include the fiery “Don’t Owe You a Thang” and the soulful title track. It will be exciting to see this amazing young artist display his talents in Indio this weekend.
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testpilot Palm Springs, CA – This Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. the Palm Springs Air Museum presents Brig. Gen. Robert L. Cardenas, who will talk about what it takes to be a test pilot. Cardenas launched Chuck Yeager through the sound barrier and piloted the unique Flying Wing. He did all this after parachuting from a flaming B-24 and swimming the Bodensee to relative safety. Program is included with regular admission to the Museum, which is $8-15. The museum is located at 745 N. Gene Autry Trail. Stearman Biplane rides are also available for $150 per 15 minutes after entering the Museum. Individual admissions range from $8-$15. Children 5 and under and active military and / or the immediate family with ID are free. Discounts are not valid on Saturdays. For more info call (760) 778-6262 or go online and visit www. PalmSpringsAirMuseum.org
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Secrets Of Living Longer How To Become Successful By Forming A Master Mind
By Mr. Life Extension (Art Kunkin) Without a doubt, this experience would mature you and lead you to successes of your own. There would be little point in striving for a very long life if, in the process, a person would be poor, in ill-health and be miserable. So let’s be rich and happy! Well, I have a shortcut for you whereby you can easily learn in a few hours what the millionaires would tell you in person if you conducted interviews with them. The fact is that the interviews with the millionaires have already been done. They have been summed up in two books that I would like to recommend that you obtain, read and study in the next month. The two books are both authored by a remarkable writer, Napoleon Hill (1883-1970) who also was personal advisor to Presidents Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Hill was sponsored in his interviews by the steel industrialist, Andrew Carnegie. (Amazingly, this week I discovered Youtube videos on the internet in which Hill himself is seen talking about his discussions with Carnegie. Therefore, I recommend watching one or more of these videos as well as reading the two books. http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=1GCaEZscfvA For the url of other videos, Google the following: Youtube Napoleon Hill Carnegie). The first Hill book I recommend is Think And Grow Rich. The second book is Hill’s last book, Grow Rich Through Peace of Mind. While both books offer very practical business and financial steps to riches and might at first glance seem entirely materialistic, Hill puts great emphasis on a meditation he used every night before going to sleep to receive accurate knowledge through sources other than the physical senses. Here is just a short selection of his own words about this Master Mind meditation. “Long before I had ever written a line for publication or endeavored to deliver a speech in public, I followed the habit of reshaping my own character by trying to imitate the nine men whose lives and lifeworks had been most impressive to me. These men were Emerson, Paine, Edison, Darwin, Lincoln, Burbank, Napoleon, Ford and Carnegie. Every night, over a long period of years, I held an imaginary council meeting with this group whom I called my ‘invisible counselors. “The procedure was this. Just before going to sleep at night, I would shut my eyes and see, in my imagination, this group of men seated with me around my council table. Here I had not only an opportunity to sit among those whom I considered to be great, but I actually dominated the group by serving as the chairman. “I had a very definite purpose in indulging my imagination through these nightly meetings. My purpose was to rebuild my own character so
Suppose you had the opportunity to interview and talk to 504 millionaires about how they accumulated their fortunes. It would be a great opportunity to learn how these very successful people thought about the successes and failures of their lives, non-financial as well as financial. it would represent a composite of the characters of my imaginary counselors. Realizing, as I did early in life, that I had to overcome the handicap of birth in an environment of ignorance and superstition, I deliberately assigned myself the task of voluntary rebirth through the method I have described above. “In these imaginary council meetings I called on my cabinet members for the knowledge I wished each to contribute, addressing myself to each member in audible words, as follows: “Mr. Emerson, I desire to acquire from you the marvelous understanding of nature which distinguished your life. I ask that you make an impression upon my subconscious mind of whatever qualities you possessed which enabled you to understand and adapt yourself to the laws of nature.” And, in turn, Napoleon Hill then describes in Think And Grow Rich what he asked of scientist Luther Burbank, the French general Napoleon, the American revolutionary Tom Paine, the evolutionary theoretician Charles Darwin, the American president Abraham Lincoln, the steel industrialist Andrew Carnegie, the auto manufacturer Henry Ford and the great inventor Edison. So along with illuminating the physical Master Mind committees that business people have to assemble for their business by using the talents of living lawyers, accountants, secretaries, machinists, etc, Hill then describes in great detail exactly what he asked of the nine historical persons he assembled in his spiritual Master Mind committee. These two books and the Youtube videos of Napoleon Hill instructing you on how to form your own Master Mind will change your life!
Art Kunkin is the 84-year young journalist who founded the alternative weekly newspaper, The Los Angeles Free Press in 1964 and later became president of the Philosophical Research Society of Los Angeles. A free download of a magazine cover story interview with Art about his research into stopping aging is now available at www.immortality-is-possible.com. Art’s eBook, “Life Extension Alchemy: The Secret of Immortality Finally Revealed” is available at a reduced sale price of $9 at his website www. alchemyrevealed.com. Art’s classes at the Joshua Tree Retreat Center have been postponed while he prepares to put them on the internet. Contact him at arthur.Kunkin@gmail.com. Copyright 2012 by Art Kunkin. All Rights Reserved. Photo by Michal Alaniz.
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Palm Desert , CA – The Second season of Pete Carlson’s “Jazz for Jazz Lovers” Concert Series with the American Jazz Institute continues on April 20. For the second year, Pete Carlson, teaming up with the American Jazz Institute, has brought a variety of jazz legends to the Coachella Valley with his “Jazz for Jazz Lovers” concert series. Pete’s concerts have become noted as a place to hear “really good jazz.” “The response we’ve had to all our concerts from the community is so positive that we very much want to continue to bring great jazz to the Valley,” notes Carlson. Pete Carlson is an avid jazz fan. His “Jazz for Jazz Lovers” show airs on Sundays from 6pm10pm on KJJZ (102.3 FM). Carlson co-hosts the show with other area jazz lovers, including Jeff Barr and Alan Schultz. Carlson, a strong supporter of The American Jazz Institute, chose to sponsor the seven concert series because ”it’s another way to contribute to bringing world class music to the desert, which in turn raises awareness of the high caliber music that is jazz. I hope that this jazz series encourages aspiring
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Autistic-Like: Graham’s Story
Autism Awareness Month Event Palm Desert, CA- Cal State San Bernardino’s Palm Desert Campus will host an Autism Awareness event on Saturday, April 21, from noon to 3 p.m., in recognition of Autism Awareness month in April.
he event, which will take place in the campus’s Oliphant Auditorium, will feature a screening of the award-winning film by Erik Linthorst, “Autistic-Like: Graham’s Story,” which illustrates the medical, social and public health issues faced by families whose children display characteristics of autism and have no clear diagnosis and are offered no specific treatment. The film is an intimate portrait showing one dad’s determined quest to find the right therapies, the right doctors, and even the right words to describe his son. As he searched, Linthorst began wondering how other families in the same situation fare. What did “autisticlike” really mean, and how should or could these parents help their kids? After the film, there will be a panel discussion
with Dwight Sweeney from the CSUSB Center for Developmental Disabilities program; Joyce Bulifant, actress and grandmother of a child with autism; and Ifthika “Shine” Nissar, co-president of the Coachella Valley Autism Society of America. Panel topics will range from early detection to recent research and resources available to those in need. A question-and-answer session will follow. Members of the community, parents, families, teachers, as well as citizens concerned about the increase in autism, are encouraged to attend. Admission is $5 cash at the door and includes parking. The CSUSB Palm Desert Campus is located at 37-500 Cook St.
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Palm Desert, CA – Friday, April 13th, the McCallum theater was filled with fans of all ages waiting in anticipation to set their eyes on the world renowned crooner, Engelbert Humperdinck’s. It was like a trip down memory lane for many in the audience. He is one heartthrob that has managed to stay on top for over 40 years. Young people all over the world are discovering this singing sensation all over again.
ngelbert’s real name is Arnold George Dorsey. He started his career early on as a saxophonist. Creating the name of Engelbert Humperdinck took great courage but it is a name everyone could remember. During his long career he has sold more than 150 million records. In addition to all his awards he has gained through the years, he also gained a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. During the show Friday night, he told the audience that they would be hearing a lot of old tunes he made famous but they would also be hearing many new songs they had not heard before. He did not disappoint and sang his more famous songs like, “Release Me”, “After the Loving”, and “Quando,Quando”. It was a magical night that many will remember for years to come.
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19TH HOLE, PD; 760-772-6696 Karaoke w/T Bone 8pm 29 PALMS INN, 29P; 760-367-3505 Bill & Beverly 6pm (JZ) ACE HOTEL, PS; 760-325-9900 DJ Day 10pm (VD) ARNOLD PALMERS, LQ; 760-771-4653 Live Music 6:30pm AZUL TAPA LOUNGE, PS; 760-325-5533 Rudy de la Mor 7pm (PB) BILLY REEDS, PS; 760-325-1946 DJ party 6:30pm BLUEMBER, RM; 760-862-4581 John Stanley King Band 6pm (AC) CAFE PALETTE, PS 760-322-9264 Live Music 7pm CASTELLI’S, PD; 760-773-3365 Joe Jaggi 6pm (PB) CLUB TRINIDAD, PS; 760-327-1161 Tony DiGerlando 8pm (PB) CORK TREE, PD; 760-779-0123 Live Music 6pm (PB) DESERT FOX BAR, PS; 760-325-9555 Diva Keisha D. 7pm (VD) DESERT SAGE, LQ; 760-564-8744 Patrick Tuzzolino 5:30pm (PB)
DHS SPA LOUNGE, DHS; 760-329-6787 Karaoke w/DJ Scott 9pm DILLON ROADHOUSE, DHS; 760-2511991 Eddie Karaoke 7pm EL DESTINO,IN; 760-609-9611 Live Music 8pm ESCENA LOUNGE & GRILL, PS; 760-9920002 Rossi-Meza and Alexander 5pm (JZ) FIRECLIFF,PD; 760-773-6565 Sonny Evaro 6pm INDIAN WELLS RESORT HOTEL, IW; 760-345-6466 Frank DiSalvo 5:30pm (JZ) KOKOPELLI’S, YV; 760-228-2589 Karaoke w/ Roberto 8pm LE PAON,PD; 760-610-5320 Dennis Michaels 6pm (PB) MELVYN’S LOUNGE, PS; 760-325-2323 Ron Greenip 8pm (PB) NEIL’S LOUNGE, IND; 760-347-1522 Karaoke 8pm O’LEARY’S PUB, PS; 760-325-4913 Karaoke 9pm OVER THE TOP, PS; 760-325-5100 Live Music 8pm PALM SPRINGS TAVERN, PS; 760-8328920 Grown Folks Night 9pm PAPPY & HARRIET’S, PT; 760-365-5956 Girls w/Yuck w/ Papa 7pm $15 (BL/R) RED BARN, PD; 760-346-0191 Reaction 8pm RIVIERA RESORT, PS; 760-327-8311 Scott Carter Duo, 5:30pm (POP) ROC’S FIREHOUSE, PD; 760-340-3222 Red’s Rockstar Karaoke 9pm
SAMMY G’s, PS; 760-320-8041 Evaro Brothers 8pm (LR) SCHMIDY’S TAVERN, PD; 760-837-3800 Karaoke 9pm STUDIO ONE11, CC; 760-328-2900 Karaoke 8pm SULLIVAN’S STEAKHOUSE, PD; 760341-3560 The Smooth Brothers (BL)(RG) TACK ROOM TAVERN, IND; 760-3479985 Karaoke w/Warren the Spin Doctor 8pm THE HOOD BAR, PD; 760-636-5220 Dukowski Sestat, Automic Sherpas 9pm(R) THE LOUNGE, AGUA CALIENTE,RM; 888999-1995 Nash & Quinto Menguante 8pm(LR) THE NEST, IW; 760-346-2314 Kevin Henry 6pm Tim Burleson 8pm (PB) THE OUTPOST TAVERN, CC; 760-3289004 Karaoke w/DJ Stuart 8pm THE TROPICALE, PS; 760-866-1952 Derrik Lewis Duo w/Jeff Stover 5:30pm (CAB) THREE SIXTY NORTH, PS; 760-327-1773 Mike Costly & Friends 7:30pm VICKY’S OF SANTE FE, IW; 760-345-9770 Doug Montgomery 7pm (PB) VILLAGE PUB, PS; 760-323-3265 Nite Sixx 9pm; DJ Chris Lancaster 9pm (RR) WILLIE BOYS, MV; 760-363-3343 Open Mic 8pm WOODY’S BURGERS & BEER, PS; 760230-0188 Bill Saitta Jazz 7pm (JZ) ZELDA’S, PS; 760-325-2375 DJ’s PJ & The Bigster 9pm (VD)
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FRI APRIL 20
19TH HOLE, PD; 760-772-6696 Karaoke w/ T Bone 9pm 29 PALMS INN, 29P; 760-367-3505 Dana Larson 6pm (AC) ACE HOTEL, PS; 760-325-9900 Always a party! ARNOLD PALMERS, LQ; 760-771-4653 Johnny Meza 7:30pm (JZ,PB) AZUL TAPA LOUNGE, PS; 760-325-5533 Michael Holmes & The Derrik Lewis Trio 8pm BILLY REEDS, PS; 760-325-1946 DJ party 6:30pm BLUEMBER, RM; 760-862-4581 The Stanley Butler Trio 6pm (Island Rhythms) CASTELLI’S, PD; 760-773-3365 Joe Jaggi 6pm (PB) CLUB TRINIDAD, PS; 760-327-1161 The Darci Daniels Trio 8pm (RR) COACHELLA FEST, IND: The BlackKeys, Refused, Mazzy Star, Pulp CORK TREE, PD; 760-779-0123 Live Music 6pm (PB) DATE SHED, IND; 760-775-6699 TBD DESERT SAGE, LQ; 760-564-8744 Patrick Tuzzolino 5:30pm (PB) DHS SPA LOUNGE, DHS; 760-329-6787 Karaoke w/DJ Scott 9pm DICKIE O’NEALS IRISH PUB, PS; 760-3252600 Karaoke w/Lassie Jo’s Best Damn 7pm DILLON ROADHOUSE, DHS; 760-2511991 Karaoke 6pm FIRECLIFF,PD; 760-773-6565 Sonny Evaro 6pm INDIAN WELLS RESORT HOTEL, IW; 760-345-6466 Frank DiSalvo 5:30pm (JZ) JOSHUA TREE SALOON, JT; 760-3662250 Live DJ 7pm (VD) KOKOPELLI’S, YV; 760-228-2589 Jamba w/Jimmy King 8pm (CR) LE PAON,PD; 760-610-5320 Dennis Michaels 6pm (PB) MELVYN’S LOUNGE, PS; 760-325-2323 Ron Greenip 8pm (PB) NEIL’S LOUNGE, IND; 760-347-1522 Karaoke 8pm MARGARITA’S, PS; 760-778-3500 Mark Guerrero 7pm (LJ) O’LEARY’S PUB, PS; 760-325-4913 DJ Nakai 9pm OVER THE TOP, PS; 760-325-5100 Live Music 9pm PALM CANYON ROADHOUSE, PS; 760327-4080 Live Music 8pm (RR) PALM SPRINGS TAVERN, PS; 760-8328920 Cover Story 9pm PAPPY & HARRIET’S, PT; 760-365-5956 Mini Mansions w/Michael Shuman 9pm (CR) PLAN B LIVE,TP; 760-343-2115 Music Karaoke w/Amber Stream 9pm RED BARN, PD; 760-346-0191 Deadend Paradox 10pm (R) REILLY’S IRISH PUB & REST., CC; 760324-9600 Karaoke w/Lenny 7pm RIVIERA RESORT, PS; 760-327-8311 Rebecca Caldwell, 9:30pm (POP) ROC’S FIREHOUSE, PD; 760-340-3222 Red’s Rockstar Karaoke 9pm SAMMY G’s, PS; 760-320-8041 Evaro Brothers 8pm (JR) SCHMIDY’S TAVERN, PD; 760-837-3800 DJ Music 9pm SPA RESORT & CASINO, PS; 888-9991995 DJ Dynamic Daze 9pm SPOTLIGHT 29, IND; 760-775-5566 DJ PeeWee 8pm (VD) STARLITE LOUNGE, PS; 760-327-8311
Rebecca Caldwell 9:30pm DJ Jalil Jagers STUDIO ONE11, PS; 760-328-2900 Angie Whitney 7:30pm (JZ) SCHMIDY’S TAVERN, PD; 760-837-3800 DJ 9pm STUDIO ONE11, CC; 760-328-2900 Live Music 7pm SULLIVAN’S STEAKHOUSE, PD; 760341-3560 Demetrious and Co. (JZ)(R) TACK ROOM TAVERN, IND; 760-3479985 Closed for Coachella Fest THE HOOD BAR, PD; 760-636-5220 Go to Coachella Fest! (R) THE LOUNGE, AGUA CALIENTE,RM; 888-999-1995 Mischief 9pm (VD) THE NEST, IW; 760-346-2314 Kevin Henry 6pm; Tim Burleson 8pm (PB) THE OUTPOST TAVERN, C.C.; 760-3289004 Karaoke w/DJ Stuart 8pm THE WINE BAR, LQ; 760-564-2201 Shaken Not Stirred 7pm (LR) THREE SIXTY NORTH, PS; 760-327-1773 Steve Madaio/HR Miller/Bob Oconnor 7:30pm VIBE, CAB; 951-755-5391 Funky Fridays 10pm (VD) VICKY’S OF SANTE FE, IW; 760-345-9770 Doug Montgomery 7pm (CAB) VILLAGE PUB, PS; 760-323-3265 Nite Sixx & DJ Chris 9pm (CR) WILLIE BOYS, MV; 760-363-3343 Solo drummer, Victor 5:30pm, Karaoke 9pm WOODY’S BURGERS & BEER, PS; 760230-0188 The Gand Band 7pm (BL) ZELDA’S, PS; 760-325-2375 DJ’s PJ & The Bigster 9pm (VD) 35 yr. Anniversary!
SAT APRIL 21
19TH HOLE, PD; 760-772-6696 Karaoke w/T Bone 9pm 29 PALMS INN, 29P; 760-367-3505 Beverly & Bill 6-9pm (JZ) ACE HOTEL, PS; 760-325-9900 Stronghold, Reggae Roots w/ DJ Journee 9pm ARNOLD PALMERS, LQ; 760-771-4653 Johnny Meza 7:30pm (JZ,PB) AZUL TAPA LOUNGE, PS; 760-325-5533 Comedy night 7:30pm BACKSTREET BISTRO,PD; 760-346-6393 Linda Peterson 12:30pm (JZ) BLUEMBER, RM; 760-862-4581 Nicky Vallee and Dreams 6pm (CR) CASCADE LOUNGE, PS; 888-999-1995 DJ Dynamic Daze 9pm (VD) CASTELLI’S, PD; 760-773-3365 Joe Jaggi 6pm (PB) CLUB TRINIDAD, PS; 760-327-1161 The Bill Baker Show 8pm (CB) COACHELLA FEST, IND: Radiohead, Wild Flag, Bon Iver, G. Clark, Jr. CORK TREE, PD; 760-779-0123 Live Music 6pm (PB) CUNARD’S SANDBAR, LQ; 760-564-3660 Paul Patterson 6pm (PB) DATE SHED, IND; 760-775-6699 DJ Ray 9pm DESERT SAGE, LQ; 760-564-8744 Patrick Tuzzolino 6pm (PB) DHS SPA LOUNGE, DHS; 760-329-6787 Karaoke w/DJ Scott 9pm DICKIE O’NEALS IRISH PUB, PS; 760325-2600 Live Music 8pm (CR) DILLON ROADHOUSE, DHS; 760-2511991 Hip Hop/Rap Show 9pm
April 19 - April 25, 2012
www.DesertStarWeekly.com FIRECLIFF,PD; 760-773-6565 Sonny Evaro 6pm JOSHUA TREE SALOON, JT; 760-3662250 Ghost Light Trio 7pm (CR) HAMILTON’S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, IND; 760-698-8303 Kal David 8pm (BL) $10. HANDLE BAR & GRILL, NPS; 760-2516474 Jam Session 6-9 pm INDIAN WELLS RESORT HOTEL, IW; 760-345-6466 Frank DiSalvo 5:30pm (JZ) KOKOPELLI’S, YV; 760-228-2589 Karaoke w/ Roberto 8pm LE PAON,PD; 760-610-5320 Dennis Michaels 6pm (PB) MELVYN’S LOUNGE, PS; 760-325-2323 Ron Greenip 8pm (PB) MANGO LOUNGE, PS; 760-327-7676 Guest DJ’s 10:30pm MARGARITA’S, PS; 760-778-3500 Mark Guerrero 7pm (LJ) MYSTIQUE LOUNGE, CAB; 888-6676646; Live Music 9pm (VD) NEIL’S LOUNGE, IND; 760-347-1522 Karaoke 8pm NYPD, PS; 760-778-6973 DJ’s 9pm O’LEARY’S PUB, PS; 760-325-4913 Karaoke/Live Entertainment OVER THE TOP, PS; 760-325-5100 Live Music 9pm (VD) PALM CANYON ROADHOUSE, PS; 760327-4080 Live Music 8pm (RR) PALM SPRINGS TAVERN, PS; 760-8328920 DJ Stuart 8pm (VD) PAPPY & HARRIET’S, PT; 760-365-5956 The Shadow Mtn Band w/Sarah Petite 5pm PEABODY’S, PS; 760-322-1877 Karaoke 7:30pm PLAN B LIVE, TP; 760-343-2115 Hooligans 9pm (R) REILLY’S IRISH PUB, CC; 760-324-9600 George Momb Open Mic 7pm (PB) RED BARN, PD; 760-346-0191 To be announced 10pm (M) ROC’S FIREHOUSE, PD; 760-340-3222
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The Arrangements 9pm (RR) SPOTLIGHT 29, IND; 760-775-5566 DJ Pee Wee (VD) STARLITE LOUNGE, PS; 760-327-8311 Joel Orona 5:30pm; The Edge 9:30pm; DJ 4play 9:30pm SAMMY G’s, PS; 760-320-8041 Evaro Brothers 8pm (LJ) SCHMIDY’S TAVERN, PD; 760-837-3800 Live Music 9pm (RR) STUDIO ONE11, CC; 760-328-2900 Bill Ramirez 7pm SULLIVAN’S STEAKHOUSE, PD; 760341-3560 Smooth Brothers 7pm (BL)(RG) TACK ROOM TAVERN, IND; 760-3479985 Closed for Coachella Fest THE HOOD BAR, PD; 760-636-5220 Go to Coachella Fest! (R) THE LOUNGE, AGUA CALIENTE; RM; 888-999-1995 Mischief 9pm (VD) THE NEST, IW; 760-346-2314 Kevin Henry; 6pm Tim Burleson 8pm (PB) THREE SIXTY NORTH, PS; 760-327-1773 Darci Daniels & Friends 7:30pm SCHMIDY’S TAVERN, PD; 760-837-3800 DJ Jeff Ferguson VICKY’S OF SANTE FE, IW; 760-345-9770 Doug Montgomery 7pm (CAB) VIBE, CAB; 951-755-5391 DJ Hektik 10pm (VD) VILLAGE PUB, PS; 760-323-3265 Nite Sixx & DJ Chris 9pm (CR) WILLIE BOYS, MV; 760-363-3343 Solo Drummer, Victor 5:30pm WOODY’S BURGERS & BEER, PS; 760230-0188 The Bill Saitta Band 7pm (JZ) ZELDA’S, PS; 760-325-2375 DJ’s PJ & The Bigster 9pm (VD)
SUN APRIL 22
29 PALMS INN, 29P; 760-367-3505 Bob & Allison Garcia 6pm (AC) ACE HOTEL, PS; 760-325-9900 Tom Tom Mag. Desert Gold Noon, Comedy Night 9pm
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ARNOLD PALMERS, LQ; 760-771-4653 The Carmens 6:30pm (JZ,PB) AZUL TAPA LOUNGE, PS; 760-325-5533 The Judy Show 7:30pm BLUEMBER, RM; 760-862-4581 Steve Madaio 6pm (JZ) CAFE des BEAUX-ARTS, PD; 760-3460669 Linda Peterson 6-9pm (JZ) CASCADE LOUNGE, PS; 888-999-1995 Nash & Quinto Menguante 9pm (LR) CLUB TRINIDAD, PS; 760-327-1161 The Bill Baker Show 7:30pm COACHELLA FEST, IND: Dr. Dre/Snoop Dogg, Wild Flag, Le Bucherettes CORK TREE, PD; 760-779-0123 Live Music 6pm (PB) DHS SPA LOUNGE, DHS; 760-329-6787 Karaoke w/DJ Scott 9pm DILLON ROADHOUSE, DHS; 760-2511991 Pro Jam 2pm FIRECLIFF,PD; 760-773-6565 Hal Sweasey 6pm HANDLE BAR & GRILL, NPS; 760-2516474 Karaoke w/Millie G 2-6 pm JOSHUA TREE SALOON, JT; 760-3662250 Open Jam 6pm HAMILTON’S SPORTS BAR & GRILL, IND; 760-698-8303 Scott Carter 3pm (POP) LE PAON;PD, 760-610-5320 Robin Miller 6pm (PB) NEIL’S LOUNGE, IND; 760-347-1522 Karaoke 8pm PAPPY & HARRIET’S, PT; 760-365-5956 Earthling, Gram Rabbit, $10. 7:30pm (RR) RED BARN, PD; 760-346-0191 Reaction 4pm (M) STARLITE LOUNGE, PS; 760-327-4080 Art of Sax Trio 5pm (JZ) SULLIVAN’S STEAKHOUSE, PD; 760341-3560 Smooth Brothers (RR)(LR) THE HOOD BAR, PD; 760-636-5220 Live Music 9pm THE LOUNGE, AGUA CALIENTE,RM;
MON APRIL 23
29 PALMS INN, 29P; 760-367-3505 Bonnie Scott 6pm (AC) ACE HOTEL, PS; 760-325-9900Sissy Bingo, Kings Hwy, 7pm, Ace Trivia, Amigo Rm 9pm ARNOLD PALMERS, LQ; 760-771-4653 D & Company 6:30pm (JZ,PB) AZUL TAPA LOUNGE, PS; 760-325-5533 Charity Bingo 7pm BLUEMBER, RM; 760-862-4581 Dana Larson Duo 6pm (PR) CASTELLI’S, PD; 760-773-3365 Patrick Tuzzolino 6pm (PB) CLUB TRINIDAD, PS; 760-327-1161 The Jackson Garrett Band 8pm (LJ) CORK TREE, PD; 760-779-0123 Live Music 6pm (PB) DESERT FOX BAR, PS; 760-325-9555 Musicians Open Mic 9pm FIRECLIFF,PD; 760-773-6565 Hal Sweasey 6pm LE PAON;PD, 760-610-5320 Dennis Michaels 6pm (PB) NEIL’S LOUNGE, IND; 760-347-1522 Karaoke 8pm NYPD, PS; 760-778-6973 Red’s Rockstar Karaoke 9pm PAPPY & HARRIET’S, PT; 760-365-5956 Quinn’s Open Mic 7pm, Wheeler/Schloss 9pm SAMMY G’s, PS; 760-320-8041 Randy Seymon 6pm (JZ) SCHMIDY’S TAVERN, PD; 760-837-3800 Live DJ THE NEST, IW; 760-346-2314 Kevin Henry; 6pm (PB) VICKY’S OF SANTE FE, IW; 760-345-9770 Pat Rizzo 6:30pm (JZ) VILLAGE PUB, PS; 760-323-3265 Scott Carter 12 pm(AC), M. James Band 9pm WOODY’S BURGERS & BEER, PS; 760230-0188 Karaoke Joe 6pm
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888-999-1995 Karaoke Joe 7pm THE NEST, IW; 760-346-2314 Kevin Henry; 7pm (PB) THREE SIXTY NORTH, PS; 760-327-1773 Reggie Alexander 6:30pm VICKY’S OF SANTE FE, IW; 760-345-9770 D.C. Jazz Band 2pm, Doug Montgomery 7pm VILLAGE PUB, PS; 760-323-3265 School Jam 9pm WILLIE BOYS, MV; 760-363-3343 Line Dancing w/Tina 5pm (CW) WOODY’S BURGERS & BEER, PS; 760230-0188 Live Music 7pm (BL)
29 PALMS INN, 29P; 760-367-3505 Eva Stokes 6pm (PB) AMICI, LQ; 760-341-0738 Michael Holmes and Joel Baker 5:30 pm (JZ) ACE HOTEL, PS; 760-325-9900 Karaoke w/Kiesha 9pm ARNOLD PALMER’S, LQ; 760-771-4653 Johnny Meza 6:30pm (JZ) AZUL TAPA LOUNGE, PS; 760-325-5533 Bella da Ball Dinner Revue 7:30pm (CB) BACKSTREET BISTRO,PD; 760-346-6393 Live Jazz 7pm (JZ) CASTELLI’S, PD; 760-773-3365 Patrick Tuzzolino 6pm (PB) CLUB TRINIDAD, PS; 760-327-1161 Richard Rivas 8pm CORK TREE, PD; 760-779-0123 Live Music 6pm (PB) DILLON ROADHOUSE, DHS; 760-2511991 Matt Jenkins 5pm (CR) ESCENA LOUNGE, PS; 760-992-0002 John Stanley King Band 5pm FIRESIDE LOUNGE, PS; 760-327-1700 Red’s Rockstar Karaoke 8pm HANDLEBAR & GRILL, PS; 760-251-6474 Karaoke w/Vic & Kitty 7pm JOSHUA TREE SALOON, JT; 760-3662250 Ted Quinn’s Open Mic Jam 8pm LE PAON;PD, 760-610-5320 Dennis Michaels 6pm (PB) NEIL’S LOUNGE, IND; 760-347-1522 Karaoke 8 pm NYPD, PS; 760-778-6973 Live DJ 9pm
OVER THE TOP, PS; 760-325-5100 Lisa Coleman 8pm PALM CANYON ROADHOUSE, PS; 760327-4080 Jam Session w/Bryan 7pm (VD) PALM SPRINGS TAVERN, PS; 760-8328920 Pro Jazz Jam w/ Mikole Caar 7:30pm (JZ) PAPPY & HARRIET’S, PT; 760-365-5956 Solid Ray Woods 7:30pm SAMMY G’s, PS; 760-320-8041 Doctor Paul 6pm (JZ) SULLIVAN’S STKHSE, PD; 760-341-3560 Demetrious & Co (RR)(JZ) STUDIO ONE11, CC; 760-328-2900 Karaoke 8pm THE NEST, IW; 760-346-2314 Tim Burleson 7:45pm (PB) THE TROPICALE, PS; 760-866-1952 Derrik Lewis Duo featuring Jeff Stover 5:30pm (CAB) THREE SIXTY NORTH, PS; 760-327-1773 Tony Carmen 6:30pm VICKY’S OF SANTE FE, IW; 760-345-9770 Pat Rizzo 6:30pm (PB) VILLAGE PUB, PS; 760-323-3265 John Stanley King Band 9pm (CR) WILLIE BOYS, MV; 760-363-3343 Swing Dancing 7pm (CW) WOODY’S BURGERS & BEER, PS; 760230-0188 Michael Bolivar Jazz 6pm (JZ)
WED APRIL 25
29 PALMS INN, 29P; 760-367-3505 Randy Godfrey & Bobby Furgo 6pm(BL) ACE HOTEL, PS; 760-325-9900 DJ Howie Pyro 10pm (VD) ARNOLD PALMERS, LQ; 760-771-4653 John Stanley King Band 6:30pm (JZ) AZUL TAPA LOUNGE, PS; 760-325-5533 Rudy de la Mor 7pm (PB) BLUEMBER, RM; 760-862-4581 Nicky Vallee & Dreams 6pm (R/BL) CAFE des BEAUX-ARTS, PD; 760-346-0669 Brian Nova 6-9pm (JZ) CLUB TRINIDAD, PS; 760-327-1161 Karaoke Joe 7pm DATE SHED, IND; 760-775-6699 The Ataris & Go Reflex 9pm DESERT SAGE, LQ; 760-564-8744 Chris Merrick & Brian Dennigan Sax 5:30pm (PB) DILLON ROADHOUSE, DHS; 760-2511991 Matt Jenkins 5pm (CR) ESCENA LOUNGE & GRILL, PS; 760-9920002 Rose Mallet Jazz Trio 5pm (JZ) FIRECLIFF,PD; 760-773-6565 Sonny Evaro 6pm FRANKIES FRESH FISH, IND; Eve Holmes 7pm (POP) KOKOPELLI’S, YV; 760-228-2589 DJ Anwaar 8pm LE PAON,PD; 760-610-5320 Dennis Michaels 6pm (PB) NEIL’S LOUNGE, IND; 760-347-1522 Karaoke 8pm PALM SPRINGS TAVERN, PS; 760-8328920 Eddie Karaoke 8pm ROC’S FIREHOUSE, PD; 760-340-3222 Red’s Rockstar Karaoke 9pm SAMMY G’s, PS; 760-320-8041 Doctor Paul 6pm (JZ) STARLITE LOUNGE, PS; 760-327-4080 John Stanley King 5pm (RR) SULLIVAN’S STEAKHOUSE, PD; 760341-3560 Straight Ahead Jazz (JZ) THE CLUB AT SHENANDOAH, TP; 760343-3497 The Terry Williams Band 6-9pm (RR) THE NEST, IW; 760-346-2314 Kevin Henry 6pm,Tim Burleson 8pm (PB) THREE SIXTY NORTH, PS; 760-3271773 The Carmens 6:30pm VILLAGE PUB, PS; 760-323-3265 Nite Sixx 9pm (CR) WILLIE BOYS, MV; 760-363-3343 Line Dance 6pm, Club Night 9pm WOODY’S BURGERS & BEER, PS; 760-230-0188 Mara Getz 7pm (PB)
14 April.19 - April 25, 2012
the seduction of La Quinta, CA-“It was like an open doorway, beckoning me to enter. One day I stepped through and I’ve never looked back.” – Nancy Stanchfield. Born in Eastern Washington (1948), Nancy currently resides in La Quinta, California. A self-taught artist, her art career spans thirty-five years and includes work in textiles, graphic art, interior design, color consulting, and fine art. For the past six years Nancy has been painting full-time.
he is a contemporary Impressionist, a true Colorist, and a rare success story in the arts. In a time when record numbers of art students have been let loose into an already saturated market, Nancy entered
the world of visual art in her fifties and quickly emerged as “…one of the most exciting new painters of her region. From the original French Impressionists’ effusive portrayal of modern life in all its vibrancy and richness, to the American
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his event features free admission with a cash bar where more than 550 5”x 7” canvases that have been submitted by artists and celebrities will be available for sale, each at $99. These canvases are sold anonymously, so the artist’s name is not revealed until the work is purchased. The lower level bar will open at 4 p.m. and doors to the event will open at precisely 4:30 p.m. Hostess Bella Da Ball will keep the excitement level high by announcing the sales of celebrity canvases after they are purchased. No checks will be accepted for payment, so attendees are advised to pay with cash or credit card. All proceeds for the event benefit the museum’s educational programming. Some of the celebrities who submitted canvases this year include Ron Anderegg (artist, designer of Max Factor Museum in Hollywood), Loretta Ayeroff (photographer with work on display in Backyard Oasis), Kaye Ballard (entertainer), Karen and Tony Barone (local artists), Pat Boone, (singer), Michael
Childers (celebrity photographer), Michael Costello (clothing designer), Linda Ellerbee (journalist), Michael Epstein (owner of image rights for the estate of George Hurrell and Mel Roberts), Wesley Eure (actor), Bill Feingold and Kevin Holmes (radio personalities), Speedy Graphito, (graffiti artist), Gloria Greer (social scene columnist), Susan Hart (actress), kd
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Backyard Oasis), Don Sutton(baseball player), Tommy Tune (performer), James von Praagh (mentalist), Don Wardell (radio personality), David Zippel (Tony Award-winning lyricist). Canvases have come in from artists represented in virtually all of the Coachella Valley’s art festivals as well as the Laguna Festival of the Arts. International contributions were submitted from artists from Germany, Brazil and Canada, and, of course, there are hundreds of beautiful pieces created by a wide range of local and national artists. The canvases are in an amazing array of media, including photography, acrylic painting, oil, glass, fabric, clay,assemblage and much more, yet each is on a 5” by 7” canvas, displaying incredible adaptations and uses of the different media. The 99 Bucks art sale is held Saturday, April 21 at The Hotel Zoso at 150 S. Indian in downtown Palm Springs - near Arenas Street. Expanded valet parking will be available.
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How Far Would You Go For Your Pet By laura anne Rowell
The recession has hit us all hard forcing many to make cuts where we can. The loss of jobs has left little, if any money in savings for emergencies. Unfortunately, much of the time the family pet is the first to feel the tightening of the belt. But what can you do if an emergency does arise to help your little guy or gal?
Last Spring I awoke around 4 a.m. to the cries of my little kitty, Jade. She had climbed out through a small crack I left in an open window. I instantly rushed outside grabbing a blanket on the way to cover myself. When my eyes adjusted to the night light, I saw what every cat owner fears; she was being tossed in the air between two coyotes. I screamed which scared one off; the other one had her in his mouth and could care less about me. Without a second thought my motherly instinct took over and I threw my blanket over the coyote and punched it twice. He dropped her and scurried off. I scooped up my baby and ran inside to safety. She was breathing heavily and spitting up water. Having a background in animal rescue I knew what to look for and gave her a complete exam. I was happily relieved that she appeared to have no serious internal or external injuries; however she was suffering from shock which in itself can be fatal. After a few hours her short quick breaths calmed down to a more normal state, but she was still wide eyed and not ‘herself ’. Her appetite was gone, so I tried feeding her a concoction of yogurt and protein powder through syringe every hour for a day in the hope of her regaining some strength. By the graying of her gums, it was obvious she was becoming more dehydrated and she was not getting enough nutrients. She was growing weaker by the hour and fading fast.
I had no money in savings and tried pleading with several vets for help, promising them payment within a month. All of them said no and I got the feeling this was a story they were all use to hearing. As a last resort I asked one of the neighbors who I knew had a medical cannabis card to try shot-gunning smoke in her face to stimulate her appetite and maybe ease some of her stress. He seemed a bit surprised by my request but being a cannabis enthusiast he was intrigued to see if this might help. I held my little girls head as she tried to resist the smoke and within a few minutes she fell sound to sleep. She awoke after a three hour nap and headed straight towards her yellow food dish. Her appetite had clearly been stimulated and she ate a whole can of cat food then fell back to a blissful sleep. There have been numerous studies showing the healing powers that marijuana has for pain in animals just like in humans. It has been proven time and time again that marijuana is safer for animals via a patch or canine cookie, than the usual drugs that are prescribed for our furry kids. However, just like with humans there is a lot of money to be made in prescribing your pooch or kitty a pharmaceutical drug instead of trying a holistic natural herb. This leaves our pets in a long term state of dependence on the drug and us with a never ending bill. In the wild there are accounts of animals
getting ‘high’ to elevate pain and in some case just because. How many of us don’t identify with the contented smile across the face of a koala bear after eating his eucalyptus leaves as he leans back for his nap. Or how about the relaxed reindeer in North America, who are known to eat up mind altering mushrooms for no other reason than fun. And in New Zealand they have been doing test for the past five years on cows trying to prove that mad cow disease can be stopped by marijuana, leaving many cows unharmed and anger –free. Almost a year has passed and my little kitty, Jade, has thankfully only a chipped front tooth and a healthy fear of the outdoors to show for her traumatic event thanks to the help of a neighbor and the healing powers of cannabis. In a crisis situation we do what we can to save
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Most Affected are Scorpio, Capricorn and Aries. This transit began on April 10 and will continue until September 17. Scorpio: The energies of your ruling planet turn inward for a long stretch. The challenge is that your usual, powerful drive may be more subdued. The best is the opportunity to turn inward to review, examine your spirituality, emotions and any dark side. Capricorn: Hard lessons from the past may come back to haunt you. Embrace the good that this has provided. Revisit the lessons and education from the past that will help you in your life. Aries: Opportunities related to spirituality or career may feel stalled. It’s only a temporary slow down; consider the possibility that this may work in your favor. All Signs: We may feel like turning inward, reflecting on our personal or professional resources. Secrets that were hidden may also come to light, increasing insecurities. When in doubt, seek clarity, ask or inquire first before taking action. Mars Turning Direct
Most affected are Aries and Capricorn. This transit began in the sign of Virgo on January 23 and continues until July 3. The direct motion began on April 13. Aries: Your planet begins to move into a forward motion, accelerating the characteristics of passionate, fiery action. In particular, it will benefit your business or career sector. Capricorn: Expect your physical and sexual energy to be returned to a healthier vigor. This should lighten your step and help you to become more at ease. Open the door to new forms of exercise, try Yoga. All Signs: As this high-octane planet begins to shift, we may feel further delays in movement, therefore bringing in a bit of frustration at the start of the change. This too shall pass. Being diverse or becoming more familiar and comfortable with diversity is important at this time. The good news is that projects that have appeared to have slow down or became stalled will once again start to pick up speed as Mars does the same. Mercury In Aries
Most Affected are Aries, Gemini and Virgo. This transit began on April 16 and will continue until May 9. For Aries: With the planet of communications and electrical impulses now direct, you may feel a surge of energy moving easily, supporting your communications, travel and gadgetry Gemini: Your attention will become sharper and crisper as you move swiftly in most areas of your Life. Be sure to think twice before speaking, or pressing the “go button”. Virgo: Action in most area of your Life will once again to move forward. Notice a subtle change in your sexuality as well. The sign of Aries may figure more prominently. All Signs: Fresh ideas may come in to infuse new energy into already established plans and projects. Pent-up energies that seemed stalled or contained may now be released. The challenge is to not rush
into action related to speech, travel and communications. The good of this is to see the true, genuine and positive qualities, wisdom that has been there all along. Week of April 19 - 25, 2012: April 19 -Sun Into Taurus:
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