Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Public Service Annoucement - Warning

To: All Grand Theft Auto Wannabes,

YOU WILL NEVER GET AWAY FROM THE POLICE, ESPECIALLY, DRIVING A U-HAUL IN RUSH HOUR TRAFFIC.

DON'T RUN FROM THE POLICE!





A woman driving a stolen U-haul truck led law enforcement officers on a chase Wednesday that began in Antelope Valley, wound through downtown Los Angeles to Malibu, ended after a short foot chase in Oxnard about two hours later.

I hope she enjoyed the California coastline, she won't see it anytime soon.


A Lady's Perspective

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

MR. PRESIDENT!!

What a day the Lord has made.



Monday, January 19, 2009

Friday, January 16, 2009

California African American Museum

Public Programs and Events
Exhibit Programs and Special Events



Saturday, January 17, 2009, 1pm
Collaging Your Vision: A Personal Journal


Make your own journal. Collage your unique vision using paper, paint, magazines and gold and silver foils. Wanda Clarke leads participants in the creation of a colorful abstraction inspired by Crumpler's Paris Sketchbooks. RSVP required: 213-744-2024.


Sunday, January 18, 2009, 11am - 5pm
Target Sundays at CAAM
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CELEBRATION! A DREAM REALIZED


Click here for more information.


Monday, January 19, 2009, 11am - 5pm
View the Kingdom Day Parade, Visit Cake for King at CAAM

Every MLK Holiday, CAAM opens at 11 am, but begins the day by participating in the annual Kingdon Day Parade around 9:00 am. Come view the parade which begins at Western Avenue, travels west up Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to Crenshaw Blvd. south, ending at Vernon Avenue in Leimert Park. CAAM's parade car will feature special guests hosted by CAAM's Deputy Director Woodburn T. Schofield, Jr. Following the Parade, join us back at CAAM for a piece of our birthday Cake for King. These festivities are becoming a family tradition at CAAM with free cake, MLK speech screenings and open exhibitions. On display will be our specially-created exhibition, A Dream Realized, featuring historic images of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and President-elect Barack Obama. The live program includes storyteller Ina Buckner-Barnett reading excerpts from King speeches at 12:30pm, the cake cutting happens at 1pm and jMichael Walker will be on hand selling his poster artwork and his book "All the Saints of the City of the Angels." Mr. Walker will also be reading excerpts from his book in the Research Library at 2pm and will be available to sign his book. For more information call 213-744-7432. For parade information, call 310-537-4240.
"A Dream Realized" and its related programming is courtesy of Target, The Tom & Ethel Bradley Family Foundation, Southern California Edison and Friends, The Foundation of the California African American Museum.


Tuesday, January 20, 2009, 7am
CAAM Inauguration Watch

When then-Senator Barack Obama came to CAAM for a partnered Urban Issues Breakfast Forum book signing in 2006 he urged everyone to support this 'cultural institution.' More than 800 people came to hear him speak, It is fitting that on the historic occasion of his inauguration as the 44th President of the United States, CAAM will host a special Members Only Inauguration Watch Event. What better time to join the Museum? Become a Member Now!! RSVPs Mandatory. For more information call 213-744-7432.

Bob Marley - Lively Up Yourself

It's Friday night and I'm in the mood for Bob Marley. Enjoy!

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Happy Birthday!!!!

Today would have been Martin Luther King, Jr.’s 80th birthday. Martin Luther King, Jr. sacrificed his home life and his life so that we can have equality, justice, and an opportunity for a better life. He raised public consciousness about the civil rights movement and showed the world that America was not living up to its own creed, “All Men are Created Equal.” How can America preach democracy to the world and deprive its citizens their rights.

Martin Luther King, Jr. established himself as the greatest orator in United States history. King’s “I Have a Dream’ speech still send chills down my spine. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will always have a special place in my heart. I will make sure that my children will know about Dr. King and his contributions to the world, how he paved the way for us. God willing, I will be in Washington, D.C. on the day Martin Luther King, Jr.’s National Memorial is unveiled.

Thank you Dr. King for making Barack Obama's Presidency possible.

Happy Birthday!!!!!!

Love Always,
A Lady's Perspective

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Four80East - Waterline



Saturday night is a time to relax and listen to good music. Enjoy!!

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Happy New Year!


For his anger endureth but a moment; in his favour is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning(Psalm 30:5).

The first day of a new year is always exciting. It represents a new beginning a chance to make a change. As I look forward to the new year, I can only hope that whatever happens I will be mentally, spiritually, physically, and financially ready to handle life's changes.

Predicting the future is impossible but preparing for life is not. There are some changes I will make this year, God willing. I plan on making the most of each day.

I hope 2009 brings you a year full of life's joy. January 1st is the start of a new year, but every morning is the start of a new day. Live for each day and not for every new year. Enjoy life!

Happy New Year!

Love,

Sandra
A Lady's Perspective