COMMuniTY 10 SignAl Tribune local runway show fuses music and art with fashion Julian Rothen Editorial Intern
Declared as a collaborative show celebrating the collision of music, art and fashion, the event You Can’t Handle the Youth, presented by the fashion label Dirtysix on Thursday, Nov. 11 at the Shore Ultra Lounge in Long Beach, recognized and promoted artistic entrepreneurs and business owners from the area. The nearly 300 people in attendance had the opportunity to marvel at artworks from local artists and to visit a vendor village where various entrepreneurs from Long Beach
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displayed their products. The highlight of the evening was the runway show presenting clothes from Moxi Streetwear, the first line associated with rollerskate wear, and Dirtysix, a women’s “underground” streetwear collection, both designed by Charlene Pack. “(Dirtysix) is a mix of rock ‘n’ roll, underground art, graffiti and tattoo.” Pack says Dirtysix is a pro-female collection for women, designed by women, to empower women. -----------------------------------MORE INFORMATION Julian Rothen/Signal Tribune moxirollerkates.com (1) Work by local artists was on display as part of the You Can’t Handle dirtysix.net the Youth event. (2) The fashion show presented designs from Moxi Streetwear rollerskate attire and Dirtysix streetwear collections, both designed by Charlene Pack.
WHO NEEDS GLASSES? Celebrating over 80 Years of 3D entertainment.
lAST WEEKEND! Murder by the Book by Duncan greenwood & Robert King
october 16 - november 20 is it possible to commit the perfect murder? Come and find out on the Mainstage!
run/walk raises funds for, and awareness of chronic kidney disease
"...a zigging-&-zagging saga of murder, mistakes, misleading clues and enticing characters (tricky, vulnerable, nasty, even silly), wrapped in sharp humor. It's a fun, murderous treasure." -Joseph Sirota, Buena Park Independent
The lion in Winter Will it be a family Christmas or a battlefield? november 5 - december 11 vicki Paris goodman from the Signal Tribune RAVES: "A compelling story of game-changing manipula-
tion and emotional exploitation, The Lion in Winter is one first-rate play. And the Long Beach Playhouse’s is one first-class production.” Courtesy DaVita
Studio Nights at the long Beach Playhouse november 20, 2010 at 11pm Join us for a night of laughs and good times as you enjoy a late night at the Playhouse, our cash bar, and some groovin' tunes. Come experience it!
5021 E. Anaheim St., long Beach 562-494-1014 - www.lbplayhouse.org
Walkers in last Saturday’s Kidney Awareness Run/Walk, which benefits The Kidney TRUST, a national nonprofit with the mission to reduce the human and economic costs of chronic kidney disease.
Tickets can be purchased online or at the door
DaVita, a leading provider of kidney care services for those diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD), brought its fifth annual nationwide DaVita Kidney Awareness Run/Walk series to Long Beach’s Marina Green Park on Saturday, Nov. 13. The Run/Walk is part of a 10-city series of 5K events benefiting The Kidney TRUST, a national, nonprofit organization with the mission to reduce the human and economic costs of CKD. The Kidney TRUST provided
screenings for rapid kidney disease to all participants at no charge. Family-friendly activities including games, face painting, hula-hoops, a bouncy house at the Kid Zone, music and refreshments were on site. Notable visitors were: Congresswoman Laura Richardson, District 37; State Assembly Member Felipe Fuentes, District 39; Hermosa Beach Councilmember Jeff Duclos; and Black Barbershop Health Outreach Program Founder Dr. Bill Releford. ------------------------------------MORE INFORMATION davita.com kidneyawarenesstime.org
Published on Nov 19, 2010