A Vegan BBQ Gathering Presented By Anti Dairy Social Club
Join us for a evening filled with plenty of delicious plant based foods, drinks, good people, good vibes, music, dancing, poetry, body painting ,games and much more at a private celebrity estate.
This is both an indoor and outdoor event with multiple seating areas.
Music will be provided by DJ Vibrate Higher
August 25th 1-7:00 pm
Plenty of street parking
The Estate address will be sent once you purchase a ticket
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2 Days of In-Person Boot-camp
2 Simulation Tests
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4.) Enable business change
5.) Aids continuous service improvement
6.) Support business outcomes
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Service Strategy : Strategy Management for IT Services, Service Portfolio Management, Business Relationship Management, Financial Management For IT Services, Demand Management
Service Design: Design Coordination, Service Catalog Management, Service Level Management, Availability Management, Capacity Management, IT Service Continuity Management, Information Security Management.
Service Transition: Transition Planning & Support, Change Management, Service Asset & Configuration Management, Release & Deployment Management, Service Validation & Testing, Change Evaluation, Knowledge Management
Service Operation: Event Management, Incident Management, Request Fulfillment, Problem Management, Access Management, and the functions of: IT Operations, Technical Management, Application Management, Service Desk
Continual Service Improvement: Seven-Step Improvement Process
Overview of ITIL
By the end of this lesson, you will be able to explain the practice of Service Management, describe Service Lifecycle, identify key principles and models of ITIL® Foundation, define generic concepts in ITIL® 2011, and discuss the processes, roles and functions in ITIL® Foundation.
Lesson 1: Introduction to service management
This lesson will explain the best practices in IT Service Management, identify the stakeholders in service management, describe service management roles and responsibilities and explain the types of service providers.
Lesson 2 – Service Strategy
This lesson will explain the purpose, objective, scope and value of service strategy, identify the four processes in service strategy and explain the different types of services provided.
Lesson 3 –Service Design
By the end of this lesson, you will be able to explain the purpose, objective, scope and value of service design and list the roles and responsibilities of service design.
Lesson 4 –Service Transition
Here, you will learn how to describe the purpose, objective, scope and value of service transition and explain Configuration Item (CI) and Configuration Management System (CMS).
Lesson 5 –Service Operations
By the end of this lesson you will be able to describe the purpose, objective and scope of service operations phase, list the principles of communication and explain events, alerts and incidents.
Lesson 6 –Continual Service Improvement
This lesson describes the purpose, objective and scope of CSI and explains the value of CSI to improve business.
Lesson 7 –Assessment
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Join us for Los Angeles' first annual Fitness Festival. LAFF is where fitness, music, and culture collide. Think Coachella meets your local group fitness class. It is a day of health and wellness that encourages healthy habits through workouts, promotes smart eating through local health conscious vendors and exhibitors, and inspires the community to manage their mental and physical health through workshops that promote whole health. Through donation collection, we aim to provide backpacks and school supplies to the students of local schools and raise awareness for childhood obesity awareness month.
FESTIVAL DAY OUTLOOK
Morning community/family run
Group Fitness classes on main stage
50+ food and wellness vendors
Basketball Skills camp
We are a community run organization. The Los Angeles Fitness Festival needs your support. We accept all donations. Thank you!
NOTE: The event will be on Market and Queen street in Inglewood. Address is for directional purposes only.
This is a Programming course for beginners which introduces students to computer programming by presenting the fundamental concepts and terminology of programming.
Skills in designing and writing simple computer programs are developed. Students will learn how to code in C#, .Net using Microsoft Visual Studio development environment.
Week Days Schedule for 4 weeks
This is a 4 weeks long training course held on Monday and Wednesday every week between 6:30 and 8:30 PM US Pacific time. The course starts on August 26th and ends on September 23rd, 2019.
Please check your local date and time for first session.
Please see at the bottom for more detailed weekly course schedule
16 hours of Instructor led LIVE Training
4 weeks | 8 sessions | 2 sessions per week
Practical Hands-On Training experience
Learn to code with Visual Studio
What you will learn
Learn programming concepts and terminology; read, trace, and understand simple code; write, test, and debug code to solve problems, and use IF statements and loops. Identify and write basic programs using constructs, such as variables and constants.
Who can take this course
This course is designed for adults, 18 years and older who are interested in learning general programming concepts. This course also provides a foundation for students desiring to learn one or more programming languages. This course is intended to be an exposure to programming for students who have never seen or worked with programming languages.
Windows and basic computer proficiency The prerequisites are considered to be the basic skills and knowledge needed prior to taking this class. Instructors will assume your readiness for the class materials and will NOT use class time to discuss prerequisite materials.
Introducing Basic Concepts
Overview of program execution path
Overview of high level programs
Overview of programming styles: procedural, structured, event-driven
Overview of basic terminology: functions, procedures, classes, objects
Introducing Microsoft C# .NET
Explain the development environment
Explain the assignment statement syntax
Explain the syntax used for comments
Code first program
Explain basics of a C# program
Using Elementary Statements
Describe data types and literals
Explain variables and constants
Explain IF statement
Explain loop statements
Using Operators and Expressions
Describe operators: arithmetic, assignment, comparison, logical
Describe value data type versus reference data type
Describe use of reference type variables
Describe data type conversion
Describe comparisons of number and string data types
Detailed Course Schedule
This course is attended by students from across all time zones in US, Canada and countries around the world including UK, many European and Asian Countries as well as Australia. Please check your Local Date and time for the first session and subsequent sessions as well.
August 26, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time
August 28, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time
September 2, 2019 - No class due to Labor Day National Holiday in US.
September 4, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time
September 9, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time
September 11, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time
September 16, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time
September 18, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time
September 23, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM US Pacific Time
The African Fashion and Music festival is back for its 10th year anniversary. this year's event will be a spectacle to behold.
On Labor Day weekend 2019, Ankara Festival Los Angeles celebrates We are celebrating 10 years African Excellence in the diaspora. with a line up of activities; Fashion Runway, Music Performers, Comedy, Live Band, Saxophonist, Dancers, It promises to be exciting as its Patrons are expected to be sophisticatedly dressed in Ankara ttire, African Cultural attire.
ANKARA AFRICAN FASHION AND MUSIC FESTIVAL 2019
***** EVENT LINE-UP********
'LABOR DAY WEEKEND 2019
FRIDAY AUGUST 30th
☆AFLA Opening Party☆
TIME: 9:00pm- 3:00am
VENUE: ZANZIBAR LOS ANGELES
3311 S Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90007
SATURDAY AUGUST 31st
AFLA DAY PARTY:
MUSIC l VENDORS l ARTS l FOOD l FACE PAINTING
Time: 2:00pm - 9:00pm
VENUE: CAAM, 600 State Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90037
SUNDAY Sept 1st:
☆RED CARPET ☆
Time: 3:00pm Prompt
☆RUNWAY SHOW & MUSIC CONCERT☆
Time: 5:00pm- 8:00pm
☆AFTER PARTY ☆☆
Time: 10:00pm - 3:00AM
VENUE: Globe Theater
740 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Website :: www.ankarafestivals.com
EMAIL: [email protected], [email protected]
Phone: (818) 676-9141
FLOOR MASTERS DANCE CAMP 2019 IS BACK FOR A THIRD YEAR!
FOR 2 DAYS OF FUN, TRAINING, AND DANCE
THE BIGGEST DANCE CAMP IN THE CARIBBEAN
-2 DAYS OF DANCE
- 8 STYLES
-1 NIGHT OF BEASTT DANCE BATTLES
-4 INTERNATIONAL CHOREOGRAPHERS
-1 REGIONAL CHOREOGRAPHER
-3 LOCAL CHOREOGRAPHERS
DATES: SATURDAY 31ST AUGUST, 2019
SUNDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER, 2019
SATURDAY: 9 AM - 9 PM
BeasTT Battles: 7pm
SUNDAY: 9 AM - 7 PM
LOCATION: Jean Pierre Complex
Izzy - Afro beats - Nigeria/NYC
Iziegbe “Izzy” Odigie is a 22-year-old Afro-fusion dancer/choreographer who is killing it. Born in Brooklyn, but she grew up in Edo State (Nigeria), Izzy started dancing at a young age while in boarding school and rose to the top. In 2007, she moved to the states and trained in hip-hop and other dance styles. While in university she co-founded the TRŸBE Dancerz which are a talented group of fierce, female African dancers that are not only busting the best dance moves but creating the trends as well. While in this group, she performed at many events for several Afrobeats artists. One of her first viral videos was with her dancing on stage with Ugandan Artist, Eddy Kenzo. This video of Izzy went viral on Instagram and other social media networks. From then on, Izzy has danced in numerous music videos, performed at One Africa Fest, working with the likes of Tiwa Savage, Mr. Eazi, and more. In 2017 her choreography for Dj Flex – Eggplant went viral as she introduced her Eggplant Tour, where she teaches her choreography.
Brinda Guha - Indian Contemporary - NYC
Based on the core of the Contemporary Indian style lies the fusion of the intricacies of classical Indian dance: footwork, expression, and hand movements, with targeted exercises to provide for a fulfilling and fresh contemporary dance routine at the end of every class.
This class attempts to investigate the communicative potential when merging western dance traditions with a classical Indian foundation. It starts with a vigorous yet meditative warm-up and proceeds to elaborate on Indian classical and contemporary technique. This leads to a dynamic movement language and exchange and leaves the dancer with a clear understanding of the relevance and importance of Indian aesthetic in the performing arts.
Russha -Kai Williams - Trinidad and Tobago
My name is Russha Kai Williams, born, bred and raised in the sweet isles of Trinidad and Tobago. Ever since I’ve known myself I’ve been fascinated and drawn towards most things pertaining to fitness, health, and the human body. I began gymnastics at the tender age of 6, where I reached the competitive level. After spending just about 11 years as a gymnast, I branched off into the field of dance. I was always intrigued by modern/contemporary dance. I’m a sucker for good, soulful music (mainly old school). Music does something to my body and I always feel the need to express it; through dance, stretching or some form of movement. I spent one and a half years performing with the Universoul Circus (US based), where I was able to represent my country (Trinidad and Tobago), on an international level. Currently, I’m a stretch/flexibility instructor, personal trainer, gymnastics coach (for over 10 years) and completed 200 hours to become a Yoga instructor. I truly believe that the human body is the best form of art. When I began my company/brand “Perfect-Sea” years ago, my goal then (and now) has remained the same; to allow individuals to become comfortable with their bodies and for humans to recognize how amazing our bodies are, no matter the shape, structure or size. I am Perfect-Sea and I represent ART.
Terry David - African- Trinidad and Tobago
Terry David, Choreographer, Dance Educator, Instructor /Lecturer at the Academy for the Performing Arts and Folk Dance Specialist. Founder and Artistic Director of the Terry David Performing Theatre. Represented Trinidad and Tobago on numerous occasions both locally and internationally as a dance Ambassador and Folk Dance Specialist.
Lauren Cox- Contemporary and Jazz -San Francisco Bay Area
Lauren Cox is a performer, teacher, choreographer, model and adventurer who hails from the San Francisco Bay Area. Lauren was nurtured as a young poet and a little later a competitive Rhythmic Gymnast. She competed around the country from age 6-17 eventually achieving 20th in the nation.
Lauren has appeared on Saturday Night Live, Black Girls Rock with Alicia Keyes, The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade with Gwen Stefani, Google Spotlight with Pharrell, AFC Championships with LLCoolJ, at the Hong Kong Coliseum with Joey Yung and in the Off-Broadway play, Seeing You as night club singer, Joan DeBeauvoir to name a few. She has worked with industry leaders such as Ryan Heffington, Randy Weiner, Rhapsody James, Fatima Robinson, Nick Kenkel, NappyTabs, Joanna Numata, Luam and Danielle Flora.
Her extensive career has led her to teach in India, Hong Kong, Bolivia, and Colombia often infusing volunteer classes at local orphanages and girls shelters. Lauren is honored to be a certified teacher for the year-round program at Joffrey Ballet School Jazz & Contemporary and travels representing the school. She teaches open classes at other NYC Studios and is the resident MC for the Planned Parenthood Benefit Series Wise Fruit NYC curated by Brinda Guha.
Lauren’s Choreography has been commissioned by Columbia University, Hunter College, Joffrey Ballet School, Milford Readers & Writers Festival, MassBliss Mindfulness Festival, LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, Harlem Arts Festival and many more.
Hollywood - Hip Hop - Los Angeles
Born in Puerto Rico and raised in uptown NYC, Jose "Hollywood" has been dancing since the age of five. After years of training in dance, his passion for it grew into teaching and choreography, and he began teaching at Broadway Dance Center in 2006. Hollywood has taught at well-renowned dance studios and continues to travel teaching his style of hip-hop all across the globe. His professional career was taken to the next level when he became the Lead Choreographer for rising hip-hop star Lil Mama. He then went on to work for various platinum recording artists such as Chris Brown, Ciara, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, J.Lo.
Nandi Yard - Soca Fusion - Barbados
[email protected] dance member-Dancer for Machel Montano-has 17 years of dance experience in various styles-Danced for some of the best artists in the Caribbean- Arturo Tappin’, Lil rick, Ricardo dru, Rupee, lyrical, Teddyson John, Voice and many more.-performed on Wendy Williams with Riddim Tribe and performed representing Barbados with the Brooklyn Nets
Dren - Trinidad and Tobago - Hip Hop
Rene Arneaud is one half of the dancing duo known as DREN. Andre Arneaud is the other half. “ITS THE HOW” is the very tagline of the dancing brothers. They aim to inspire and entertain any interested audience through dance. A strong parental foundation contributes mostly if not entirely to the creative energy and effort put in to what they do. It starts them off, gets them through and at no point in time is taken for granted. Rene and Andre have worked with soca artistes such as Machel Montano and Kes the band. Their dancing has also given them the opportunity to branch off into the world of theatre and be an integral part of the DC SHELL THEATRE family, where they have been blessed to be exposed to the experience that it has to offer. They have taken part in a number of productions and competitions, locally and internationally and have been successful in achieving the world hip hop dance championship title in 2007 and the digicel rising stars title in 2006. Dren’s journey is still unfolding in new directions everyday and they continue to be passionate and draw inspiration from positivity in the world today. They enjoy HOW they do, what they do and are very thankful for the opportunity to do it.
Join Jewish historian and inner-city community organizer Shmuel Gonzales the Barrio Boychik on an eye-opening talk and visual presentation of the former synagogues of the old Jewish communities of historic South Central Los Angeles.
In this discussion he will reveal the hidden Jewish sparks of old Los Angeles as we will discuss how in the early 20th century Jewish working class people migrated down Central Avenue and into lovely neighborhoods south of downtown. And here they made their homes, business and even grand synagogues.
We are going to talk a few of these former synagogues, many of which are still identifiable and former Jewish houses of worship; even though today they serve the needs of the current residents as churches:
Congregation Agudath Achim - Anshe Sephard – Arriving in the area mostly as garment workers and industrial laborers, and eventually becoming well respected shop owners as well, many Jewish people migrated down Central Avenue. We will talk about the history of this very interesting Orthodox synagogue, which was founded around 1908 and built in Moorish-Byzantine style. Here we will talk about the early history of Haredi Jewish synagogues in Los Angeles. This was a vibrant community, right in the middle of the jazz music scene being steps away from the Lincoln Theater – called the west coast Apollo, the Moorish Revival building that was the mecca of African American music from the 1920s to the 1950s. Here in this neighborhood we will talk about the history of Moorish Revival architecture in Los Angeles. We will also discuss how this synagogue also built another Moorish styled building in the West Adams District.
Congregation Tiferes Jacob – Talmud Torah – Growing out of the downtown garment district and migrating down Broadway Ave. into South Central, this congregation has roots dating back to the late 1880s renting ballrooms for High Holy Day. The congregation formally established themselves in the southern part of the city in 1922 with just 50 families. In 1925 they purchased a building near 59th Street, and within just two years replaced it with a beautiful new synagogue built to serve 1,500 families; making it one of the largest Jewish communities in Los Angeles history. In 1952 the building became the celebrated African American church known as Evening Star Missionary Baptist Church which, which still proudly displays a Star of David on one of their bell towers to this day.
On this vitual-tour we will also for the first time delve deep into the modern Sephardic Jewish history of Los Angeles. We will discuss and visit the sites of:
Sephardic Hebrew Center – founded by Turkish Jews mostly from the Isle of Rhodes, who had migrated to the United States in the first couple decades of the 20th century. These Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) speaking Jews first met as the Sociedad Pas y Progresso in a cafe in downtown and working in “skid row” as produce and flower vendors. This community would migrate to a vibrant and diverse south Los Angeles, settling near 55th and Hoover where they built a synagogue. We will talk about the heartwarming work done in recent years to remember this special Juderia of South Central LA.
Kahel Kadosh Tiferet Israel (Sephardic Tiferet Israel) – founded by members mostly from the Turkish mainland in 1920, they formed the Sephardic Community of Los Angeles otherwise known as La Communidad. We will learn visit this gorgeous site known as the Santa Barbara Ave Temple (the avenue today known Martin Luther King Blvd); built in 1932, this ornate house of worship would serve the largest Sephardic community of Los Angeles until 1959. It was later sold and re-purposed as a Baptist church serving a thriving African American community of the area; though today it is also rents space to house the current growing demographic in this part of the inner-city, Central American evangelical families living in South Los Angeles. You will be in awe of just how well preserved this house of prayer is after all these years, serving and being cared for by people of various nationalities!
As time permits we are also going to briefly discuss these additional congregations:
Rodef-Shalom – Hebrew Brotherhood – this beautiful arched building off Jefferson Blvd., which is currently being restored.
Congregation Etz-Chaim – the McKinley Ave shul is a loverly art deco building in historic South Central LA, which today the home of small African-American church called the Washington Memorial Baptist Church.
Congregation Ezra-V’emunah – once located near the historic Crouch Memorial Baptist Church.
Knesset Israel – a good size church that was once a synagogue, near Vernon and Western.
Congregation Mogen David – a gorgeous site, which is now “The Church of Divine Guidance.” Arlington Heights. The congregation relocated to Beverly Hills, near YULA.
Bnai Yeshurun – near 55th an Western, a shul which has been entirely demolished
Congregation Ahavoth Shalom – 58th and Loma Vista, in Maywood.
We are also going to briefly mention the Jewish communities of Compton, Huntington Park and Westchester.
In this talk we are we are going to briefly touch on the history of a diverse Jewish community which once called South Central Los Angeles their home, and consider the reasons why this history has been generally overlooked and even avoided by historians. Why is this history cautiously suppressed by the only historical book on Jewish Los Angeles written by Vospan and Gartner?
We will discuss the reasons why Jews first migrated to this area in the early part of the 20th century, and why many of them eventually moved away in the 1950s and 1960s. We will talk about the history of segregation and red-lining; and also the battle to end racial segregation in Los Angeles.
We will also have a frank discussion about the Watts Riots of 1965 and how these tragic events for the African American community also ultimately impacted the Jewish communities of South Central Los Angeles; an already shrinking Jewish community which found themselves in the wake of this social upheaval, and even unsuspecting targets of this rage as shop owners and landlord. We will have an honest discussion about a chapter of history that is still largely left untold by the establishment, out of discomfort. And from this reclaimed history we will be able to glean clues to how to deal with our recent and current social issues in Los Angeles.
The Watt’s Riots of 1965 and the Rodney King Riots of 1992 both have striking parallels, as well as social and economic catalysts, which are once again present in the inner-city today; namely police brutality and housing disparity, which leads to people feeling threatened both physically and economically in their communities. And it is these challenges which currently have many inner-city communities on the brink of social unrest.
So how have Jewish people and People of Color historically addressed these social and racial challenges together? What has been the Jewish contribution to civil rights awareness in these areas? Well, that is what this tour is going to delve right into.
We will revisit this history, in order to face both the historic and the current challenges faced by Jewish people living in the midst of the inner-city. We will attempt to learn from our history in order to make a better today and future.
And all along the way we are going redeem this history, through the magic of heartwarming, cross-cultural storytelling; while also adhering to the Jewish principles of pursuing justice and loving your neighbor as yourself.
LOCATION: BOYLE HEIGHTS HISTORY TOURS // the STUDIO, 2026 E. 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033; at the corner of St. Louis Street.PARKING: The best parking is on Cummings Street, up against the freeway there are parking stalls.PUBLIC TRANSIT: We are conveniently located with sight of both Mariachi Plaza and Soto Street Stations.
*** THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC; THOUGH DONATIONS ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED TO HELP US MAINTAIN THIS CULTURAL SPACE ***
NOTE: We will also be visiting some of these sites in November on our "Synagogues of South Central L.A." tour, and expounding upon this history we will be discussing in the brief lecture.
| THE IVAR HOLLYWOOD | LIVE MUSIC 5PM - 10:30PM || 6356 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028 |Sound The Groove is proud to celebrate Labor Day Weekend with our friends at The Ivar Hollywood! Join us for our Sunday Funday event, where we will have live music from all evening of some of the incredible artists we have met from the greater Los Angeles area! Additional Information & Line Up can be found at www.soundthegroove.com!| $15 Advance | 21 & Over Event || Sound The Groove | The Ivar Hollywood | Eventbrite |Please Note: Tickets are always cheapest when purchasing through a performing artist. Tickets are also available online and at the door, but they are often more expensive and subject to capacity. Support local music!
Apathy & Celph Titled “Paragraphs of Murder Tour” Live in LA – Sept 8th
Catch One (Underground Room) 4067 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90019
7:30pm – Midnight | 18+ Event
DJ Eyeball on the decks
VIP w/ Meet and Greet Upgrade Available at Venue
Presented by UndergroundHipHopBlog.com & Blacklisted Music
Be a part of history as we discover local, up-and-coming talent! Contestants at this event are vying for a chance to be on a national television show called Celebration of Music filming in Los Angeles, CA, starring national artist Ethan Bortnick. From bands, soloists, duets, choirs, instrumentalists, a cappella, and dancers, you'll see a wide range of curated talent from contestants age 4-25. Plus audience members will be able to place their vote, helping determine the winner, who will be announced at the end of the live show! This is an event you don't want to miss!
Interested in auditioning? Head here: celebrationofmusic.com/audition
Join us September 6th and 7th at the official launch event for Somos Arte: The Creative Movement of El Salvador at MOLAA in Long Beach, CA.
Friday September 6th, 2019 - (7PM-10PM)
Premiere of Somos Arte: The Creative Movement of El Salvador
Q&A hosted by Curly Velasquez of Pero Like! following the episode 1 premiere
Wine & beer bar
Saturday September 7th, 2019 (12pm-10pm)
Live music feat. Buyepongo, Feefa, Irene Diaz, Leche Funk + MORE TBA
Art vendors (Los Angeles & El Salvador)
Augmented Reality Art Exhibit by AR Funhouse featuring artists from El Salvador
Scheduled replays of the documentary
Wine & beer bar
PARKING IS FREE AT THE MUSEUM
$40.00 2-day passes
$15 Friday passes
$30 Saturday passes
For more information visit www.somosartedoc.com or visit our social media pages @somosartedoc
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
This is an ALL AGES event. ID will be required for all alcohol purchases.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact us at [email protected]
What's the refund policy?
We are not offering refunds. All sales are final.
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
Ideally we would like to have all information match, but if this is a gift or a special situation please notify us ahead of time by e-mailing us at [email protected]