Last night we played a set at The Republic of Pie.
We heard this great singer and amazing guitarist play before us. We invited the guitarist, Edward Tree, to sit in and he did. He was so great! You can check out some video here:
Eventhough the PA was having some issues (tweeters weren’t working), it was still a lot of fun and came across alright.
Go and check out The Republic of Pie if you are in the North Hollywood area. Highly recommend it! Delicious Pie and great organic coffee.
And remember that even when it looks like nothing is happening or moving forward it still is. Keep your intention in tact and don’t fall into any mud puddles. Remember its all in perfect timing. Love yourself, love it all!
With Love, Grace Gravity
7 is a magic number and that’s what the
Red Rock’s address adds up to. Sunset Strip energy line, meridian 8782, that would be 7. If you want to come and join in the good vibes and get this party started, come on by.
You can be assured we’ll will do our best with some good vibe sonic acupressure.
That’s why we came.
Let the Sun shine in . . . and out 🙂
Red Rock Bar
8782 Sunset Blvd
W. Hollywood, CA 90069
Phone# (310) 854-0710
Parking: Rates at the City of West Hollywood public lot (located across from Red Rock, next to Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf) are a flat rate of $6 Friday after 5 p.m.). There is some metered parking on the street adjacent, Holloway Dr.
Parking map for the Sunset Strip area: http://thesunsetstrip.com/info/parking
The Red Rock is between Palm and La Cienega Blvd. on Sunset.
Join Us For The Closing Reception of the Occupy Ventura Exhibit
BELL ARTS FACTORY
NOVEMBER 26, 2011
3 pm – 9 pm
ART + PHOTOS + INFORMATION + NETWORKING + MUSIC
The exhibit has been on display for the month of November.
Come see the art and photos, find out more about the Occupy Movement and how you can be involved, hear music, and be part of an Open Mic. Also in solidarity with Small Business Saturday, there will be a Local Vendors area.
The ambition of this exhibit has been to fuel people with energy for the purpose of channeling creative efforts into creating some real, positive, meaningful and lasting change for people worldwide. It is part of the growing artist contingent of the 99% movement. The exhibit includes actual handmade cardboard poster signs used at Occupy Ventura rallies and photos of those actions. Like the movement itself, the exhibit is grassroots in nature and with emphasis on free expression. The experience of true and direct democracy and the quest of finding and giving voice for the concerns of humanity is what motivates and is at the core of this exhibit.
Bell Arts Factory
432 N. Ventura Ave., Ventura
War Against War selected
VC Reporter’s Art and Music Protest Project
The only antiwar song to make our list was
submitted by the band GraceGravity.
“War Against War” is a call to stop
all fighting and turn instead to
our compassionate natures.
“We have to go beyond the constraints on our consciousness that have been put in place by the media and government.” — Teri Hitt
Complaining may not be socially acceptable in these days of personal boundaries and manufactured enlightenment (unless it concerns cigarette smokers and taxes) but can anyone deny how much there is to bitch about? Our constitutional rights as Americans are eroding as quickly as our beaches, the middle class has all but vanished, habitable property sits vacant while the poor sleep in cars and under bridges (in the cities that will allow it) and yes, the rich are actually getting richer. We continue to sacrifice our kids for a war against a theoretical enemy.