Riedel Dance Theater and Ariel Rivka Dance -NEW YORK CITY

VOL. 04 ISSUE 01
JANUARY 2013
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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January 2013
08 HOLLYWOOD NEWS
09 DANCE NEWS
11 FEATURE ARTICLE
14 NEW ARTIST SPOTLIGHT
Where do we begin, hmmmm…. Jill Gurr. Let’s see, she
has a B.S. Degree in Broadcasting and Film...
20 ARTS & LEISURE
22 CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS
24 FEATURED RECIPE
JILL GURR
Founder & CEO CreateNow
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January 2013
25 FACTS OF THE MONTH
28 FASHION NEWS
32 HHMI JUNIORS
38 THE JOCKEYS CORNER
42 BLAST FROM THE PAST
The Past Billboard List 2001
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Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis
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Supporting Actor: Philip Seymour
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Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway
Young Actor/Actress: Quvenzhane
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Acting Ensemble: Silver Linings
Playbook
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Adapted Screenplay: Tony Kushner
Cinematography: Claudio Miranda
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Jones. Other contenders
Life of Pi – 11 nominations
Skyfall – 5 nominations
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DANCE NEWS
$15. **$50 Opening Night Reception + VIP
Seating (3/7 only).** To purchase tickets
visit http://rivkariedel.brownpapertickets.
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LIVE FROM THE
“BIG APPLE” NEW YORK CITY, NY
NEW YORK CITY LIVE PERFORMANCE
Two Emerging Modern Dance Companies
RIEDEL DANCE THEATER + ARIEL RIVKA DANCE,
Share the Stage to Present World Premiere Works
or three consecutive nights March 7 – 9,
2013, at the Ailey Citigroup Theatre (NYC),
two emerging modern companies will
share the stage!! Both choreographers,
Jonathan Riedel of Riedel Dance Theater,
and Ariel Grossman of Ariel Rivka Dance,
are true storytellers who draw upon the
emotional power of drama, movement and
music to bring stories to life through dance.
Both pieces feature live, on-stage musical
performances of original scores/arrangements by two of today’s top contemporary
composer/performers.
Ariel Rivka Dance premieres Grossman’s
Vashti – an homage to Vashti, the Queen
of Shushan, (wife of King Ahasuerus,
the ruler of Persia, in the Biblical story of
Purim) who is known to many as a heroine. Vashti is seen as a brave and strong
character who chooses to value her dignity
above submitting to her husband's whims
and offensive orders. For many and for
Grossman (a student of Women’s Studies
at Skidmore College), Vashti represents
the first instance of feminism. With modern
choreography that springs from a strong
balletic core, this work involves five dancers, an original score by composer David
Homan, and live music featuring violin,
cello, guitar and piano.
RIEDEL DANCE THEATER + ARIEL
RIVKA DANCE, Share the Stage to Present World Premiere Works


WHAT: Riedel Dance Theater + Ariel Rivka
Dance
WHEN: Thursday, March 7 – Saturday,
March 9 @ 7:30PM
WHERE: Ailey Citigroup Theatre, 400 West
55th Street (at 9th Avenue), NYC; Train
1/A/B/C/D Columbus Circle or N/R/Q/W
57th Street
TICKETS: General $25/Students & Seniors
(For Release 12.12.12) --- Both the Riedel
Dance Theater and Ariel Rivka Dance
companies today announced the upcoming world premieres of their new, narrative
works – In Violent Circles (Rite of Spring)
and Vashti, respectively. These two emerging contemporary ensembles will share the
stage for three consecutive nights March
7 – 9, 2013, at the Ailey Citigroup Theatre
(NYC). Both choreographers, Jonathan
Riedel and Ariel Grossman, are true storytellers who draw upon the emotional power
of drama, movement and music to bring
stories to life through dance. Both pieces
feature live, on-stage musical performances of original scores/arrangements by two
of today’s top contemporary composer/
performers.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the
premiere of Diagheliv’s Rite of Spring, the
always compelling Riedel Dance Theater
presents In Violent Circles (The Rite of
Spring) - a dark and ominous re-imagining
of this celebrated work. Inspired by a 13th
Century Swedish folk ballad "Töres dotter i
Wänge" and two 20th century film adaptations by first Igmar Bergman and then
Wes Craven, In Violent Circles (The Rite
of Spring) is set for seven dancers in two
acts (Act 1 - The Rituals of that Morning;
Act 2 - The Rituals of that Night) and live,
on-stage piano accompaniment by Neil
Alexander.
Choreographer Jonathan Riedel adheres
to the traditional themes of the work - loss
of innocence, natural order, and tumultuous rebirth - while depicting the story of
a family ripped apart by a violent act and
the desperate means by which they find
peace.
It's a timeless tale told through Riedel's
seamless blend of contemporary dance
and theatrical storytelling and serves as his
most complex and stripped down piece to
date. “To make a Rite of Spring that is truly
unique, personal to me, and still worthy of
Stravinsky's infamous score I decided to
find a story to tell with it that captured the
themes of the music and original ballet but,
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that was intricate enough with its plot and
characters to captivate a contemporary
audience,” explains Riedel. “The violence
of the subject has not been spared from
the work and, I hope, neither has the
humanity.”
Ariel Rivka Dance premieres Grossman’s
Vashti – an homage to Vashti, the Queen
of Shushan, (wife of King Ahasuerus,
the ruler of Persia, in the Biblical story of
Purim) who is known to many as a heroine. Vashti is seen as a brave and strong
character who chooses to value her dignity
above submitting to her husband's whims
and offensive orders. For many and for
Grossman (a student of Women’s Studies
at Skidmore College), Vashti represents
the first instance of feminism. With modern
choreography that springs from a strong
balletic core, this work involves five dancers, an original score by composer David
Homan, and live music featuring violin,
cello, guitar and piano.
About Riedel Dance Theater Established
in 2003 by choreographer and Artistic
Director, Jonathan Riedel, Riedel Dance
Theater is a storyteller through dance.
The company is guided by this purpose in
its performances, teaching, and outreach
activities. It explores both timeless and
innovative approaches to theater drawing
upon the emotional power of drama, movement and music to bring stories to life.
The result: dance that is visually striking,
innately musical, emotionally resonant, and
infectiously expressive. Riedel prospered
in a career with the Limon Dance Company from 1996 to 2006, touring globally and
being heralded by critics. He was labeled
"the Limon Company's reigning male star"
by the San Francisco Examiner and ArtsJournal declared him to be "surely one of
the most fascinating dancers the company
has harbored." And in 2002, he staged
his breakaway hit, The Unsightful Nanny
on the Limon Dance Company. Riedel
has received the Choo San Goh Award in
support of his work as well as funding from
The Greenwall Foundation, The Frances
Alexander Foundation, and The New York
State Council on the Arts and a Harkness
Space Grant. http://www.riedeldancetheater.org
Ariel Grossman (alumnus of Joffrey Ballet
School and Skidmore College) in 2007,
ARD is a Contemporary Ballet/Modern
Dance company based in New York City
committed to creating work that explores
raw emotion in the context of strong technique and form. In addition to prioritizing
collaboration with living composers, the
overarching goal of ARD is to use movement to expose, intrigue, and inspire the
audience and collaborators. Comprised of
dynamic and graceful dancers, ARD also
strives to create a comfortable and inviting environment for the audience so they
can deepen and/or develop their passion
for dance. To do this, it offers free community performances and early childhood
programming. Most recently, ARD was
presented at the Greenspace Blooms Festival and Saratoga Arts Fest. http://www.
arielrivkadance.com
MEDIA CONTACT: April Thibeault, AMT
PR, 212.861.0990, [email protected]
About Ariel Rivka Dance (ARD) Founded
by Artistic Director and Choreographer
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FEATURE ARTICLE
THE CELEBRATION OF A NEW YEAR FROM
AROUND THE WORLD
Happy New Year!! Well folks for those of us who are here in “this
now moment”, we’ve made it through! Let me check….10 fingers,
ten toes, two eyes, all my teeth, yep……..!!! I’m feeling great
and ready to go into a “whole new year”! December 21, 2012
(Mayan Prophecies) have come and gone. We The People are
forging ahead continuing to discover new thing, new dreams and
aspirations, new levels of conscious thought, the beginning of a
new understanding and compassion for their fellow man- Hu-man
being. This is a New Year, a year filled with new adventures and
experiences . “WE HAVE ARRIVED” .
A new year means a new start, a….., what would you say, “a new
beginning”. This year is your year and believe that in your “heart
of all hearts”, located deep down inside where no one has been,
but you!!
It is believed that the New Year celebration, which is officially recognized on January 1st each year, started on the European continent. This “highly celebrated occasion”, is recognized worldwide
and is accompanied by beautiful displays of fireworks and “Pomp
and Circumstance”. From lavish New Year parties to quaint home
“get together”, people always bring the year in “their way”. Here is
some background information on this “high celebration”.
The earliest recording of a New Year celebration is believed to
have started in the Mesopotamia area around c.2000B.C.
January 1st was celebrated around the “vernal equinox in mid
“March”.
Rome-153 B.C. celebrated January 1st as a holiday.
Middle Ages – January 1st was said to have been abolished in
medieval Europe because “the powers than be” felt that the New
Year celebration was pagan and unchristian like.
The New Year song “ AULD LANG SYNE”. Auld Lang Syne is
believed to be an old “Scottish” song that was first published by
poet, Robert Burns around 1796 in a book called Scots Musical
Museum. Each year …after year….after year…. after year…
people attempt to sing this song that apparently nobody knows the
words to.
Auld Lang Syne translates to “old long since” which means “times
gone by”.
In our American history bandleader Guy Lombardo and Robert
Burns were the two people who made the song famous and
turned it into a New Year’s tradition. When Lombardo first heard
“Auld Lang Syne” in his hometown of London, Ontario, it was being sung by a group of Scottish immigrants, It was literally music
to his ears.. Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians, a dance
band that was formed by Guy and his brother, performed the song
each year at various events over the years and the song became
one of their standards. Lombardo played the song at midnight at
a New Year’s eve party at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City in
1929, and a tradition was born. After that, Lombardo’s version of
the song was played every New Year’s eve from the 1930s until
1976 at the Waldorf Astoria. In the first years it was broadcast
on radio, and then on television. The song became such a New
Year’s tradition that Life Magazine wrote that if Lombardo failed to
play ‘Auld Lang Syne,’ the American public would not believe that
the new year had really arrived.”
This New Year, we will break the “standard tradition” of not
knowing the words to this song. Here are the lyrics listed
below for your convenience.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acxnmaVTlZA
AULD LANG SYNE LYRICS
Should auld acquaintance be forgot and never brought to mind?
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Should auld acquaintance be forgot and
days of Auld Lang Syne?
For Auld Lang Syne, my dear
For Auld Lang Syne we’ll tak a cup
o’kindness yet, for days of Auld Lang Syne.
We twa hae run about the braes, and
pou’d the gowans fine;
But we’ve wander’d many a weary fit,
since days of Auld Lang Syne.
And we twa hae paodl’d in the burn, frae
morning sun till dine; but seas between us
braid has roar’d since days of Auld Lang
Syne.
For Auld Lang Syne, my dear
For Auld Lang Syne
We’ll tahe a cup o’kindness yet,
For days of Auld lang syne
(MUSIC BREAK)
And surely ye’ll be your pint’ stoup,
And surely I’ll be mine!
And we’ll tak a cup o’kindness yet,
For auld lang syne.
And there’s a hand my trusty fierce
And gie’s a hand o’thine
And we’ll tak a right guid-willie-waught, for
Auld Lang Syne
For Auld Lang Syne, my dear
For auld lang syne
We’ll tak a cup o’kindness yet,
For Auld Lang Syne
For Auld Lang Syne, my dear
For Auld Lang Syne
We’ll take a cup o’kindness yet for Auld
Lang Syne
WOW……..and a doubleWOOOOOOW!!!
Well. There you have it……..the lyrics that
have elude people for at least 200 years…
.I wonder infinitely ……….did anyone ever
know the words other than the writer?????
Listed below are some New Year Traditions From Around The World…
Australia: In Australia the New Year holiday is on January 1st. On this public holiday many people spend it having picnics
and camping on the beach. The parties for
this festive event starts on December 31st.
The same tradition is carried on in Australia as here in the USA; at midnight the celebrators start to make noise with whistles,
rattles, car horns, and church bells to ring
in the New Year.
Austria: In Austria New Year Eve is
called Sylverterabend, which is the Eve
of Saint Sylvester. The Austrians make a
spiced punch in honor of Saint Sylvester.
Decorations and champagne are also a
part of the traditional celebration. The evil
spirits of the old year are chased away by
the firing of moroars, called boller (today
we use fireworks). During a midnight mass
trumpets are blown from church towers at
midnight, when people kiss each other.
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Belgium: In Belgium, New Year Eve is
called Sint Sylvester Vooranvond, or Saint
Sylvester Eve. During this annual celebration people throw parties and at midnight
everyone kisses and exchanges good luck
greetings. The New Year Day is call Nieuwjaarrsdag. On this day the children write
letters on decorated paper to their parents
and god parents, and read the letter to
them. “Aaaah how cute!!”
Great Britain: In Great Britain the custom of first footing is practiced. This “first
footing” New Year Day custom is also
prevalant amongst the “African American
“Old South” traditions. The first male visitor
to the house, after midnight, is supposed
to bring good luck. The man brings a gift
like money, bread, or coal, to ensure the
family will have plenty of these in the year
to come. The first person must not be
blond, red-haired, or a women, as these
are supposed to be bad luck. It has been
reported that in London, crowds gather in
Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly circus to
hear the chimes of London’s “Big Ben” as it
announces the arrival of the New Year.
France: In France the French New Year is
called Jour des Etrennes, or Day of New
Year’s Presents. Dinner parties are thrown
for the entire family, where presents are
exchanged.
Germany: In Germany, the German people drop molten lead into cold water to tell
the future from the shape it makes. Food is
also eaten on New Year’s Eve, which is left
on their plate until after Midnight, as a way
on ensuring a well stocked larder in the
coming year..
Greece: In Greece, January 1st is an important date because it is St. Basil’s Day,
as well as the first day of the year. St. Basil
was known for his kindness to children.
Greeks tell stories of how he would come
in the night and leave gifts for children in
their shoes. Family and friends gather to
have special meals and exchange gifts.
Hungary: In Hungary the people burn
effigies, or a scapegoat known as “Jack
Straw”. The scapegoat represents the evils
and misfortunes of the past year. Burning
the effigy is supposed to get rid of the bad
luck.
India: In Indian, New Year Day is started
off with a festival of lights called Diwali.
Cards and gifts are exchanged and people
finish off any uncompleted work.
Japan: In Japan, Oshogatsu in an important time for foamy celebrations. During
these celebrations all business are closed.
To keep out evil spirits the Japanese
people hang a rope of straw across the
front of their houses. The rope stands for
happiness and good luck. When the New
Year begins, the Japanese people begin
to laugh, which is supposed to bring them
good luck in the New Year.
Netherlands: In the Netherlands, people
burn Christmas Trees in street bonfires
and let fireworks ring in the New Year.
This tradition of burning the Christmas is
a symbol of a “letting go” of the previous
year!
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Poland : In Poland the New Year celebration is knows as St. Sylvester’s Eve., in
honor of Pope Sylvester I. Legend is that
Pope Sylvester foiled the plans of a dragon
to devour the world in the year 1000.
Portugal: It is custom in Portugal that the
Portuguese people pick and eat twelve
grapes from a bunch as the clock strikes
twelve on New Year Eve. The twelve
grapes ensure twelve happy months in the
coming year.
Russia: In Russia “Grandfather Frost”,
who wears a blue suit instead of Santa’s
red, arrives on New Year Eve with his bag
of toys for the children. “ I wonder is his
grandson called “Jack Frost”?
Scotland: In Scotland the New Year
celebration is called “Night of the Candle”.
In this festive celebration in Scotland the
Scottish people prepare for the New Year
celebrations by cleaning their home and
purifying it with a ritual or burning juniper
branches carried through the home. The
First Footer says that whoever the first
person to set foot into your home on New
Year’s Day decides the luck of the family
for the coming year. This practice is also
an “old southern tradition” as well and is
still practiced today!
HHMI Radio News
Also, moving right along, here’s an interesting young man out of California who we
will be featuring in February 2013 in HHMI:
Harold Whaley
South Africa: In South Africa, the New
Year is rung in with church bells ringing
and gunshots being fired. On New Year
Day there is a carnival atmosphere.
South America: In the South American cultures a dummy or straw person is offered
and placed outside the home and burned
at midnight..
Spain: In the country of Spain everything,
including theater productions and movies,
are stopped at Midnight on New Years.
The clock strikes midnight and everyone
eats twelve grape. They eat one grape for
each toll to bring good luck for the next
twelve months of the New Year. Sometimes the grapes are washed down with
wine. It is very interesting how some of
the New Year customs overlay with other
country traditions.
United States: Here, in the United States
of America, the New Year is often rung in
with festive dancing parties and meals.
When the clock strikes 12:00 midnight people kiss each other at midnight and wish
each other a “Happy New Year”. In New
York City people turn out in the millions to
see the famous “ ball drop”. This televised
event is seen all over the world. The more
famous television personality covering this
event was “Dick Clark” who was crowned
the “oldest teenager” in the world.
Wales: In Wales, at around 3:00 to 4:00
am on New Year’s morning, the boys of
the village go from house to house with an
evergreen twig to sprinkle on the people
and then each room of their house, to bring
good luck. On New Year’s Day the children
travel the neighborhood singing songs and
are rewarded with coins and sweets.
There are many, many “New Year traditions” of celebrating the turn of the calendar. The most important thing to get from
all of this is that…the New Year is a time to
be happy and grateful that you have been
blessed to see another year! Enjoy your
family and friends at this “high holiday”
celebration.
old is dedicated to the mission of music,
Whaley, a trained vocalist has worked with
such music greats as Jeanne Carne, Patti
Labelle, Al Green, GQ, Heat Wave and
Denise Williams, as background vocalist.
Don’t miss it; Harold Whaley laid it on us!
Harold Whaley will be featured in the February 2013 issue of HHMI. And maybe we
can squeeze a couple of interviews out of
him before the year is over!
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entertainment events.
Happy New Year everyone….until we
meet again!!
• Britney Spears calls off engagement and
quits the X factor.
• Cirque du Soleil launches “Kooza” in
London- European Tour
Spectacular. Artistic Director Michael
Smith says that “Kooza” takes
Cirque du Soleil back to its roots. Smith
goes on to say that the show
has a lot of high risk acts like the Wheel of
Death which has never
been seen before.
• Janet Jackson getting married to a long
time friend?
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• Adele to attend Golden Globes ceremony.
This will be the first time that she has been
out since giving birth to a boy in October.
• “Les Miserables” soundtrack tops the
Billboard album chart.
• Britain Award Ceremony grants Amy
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Jill Gurr
NEW ARTIST SPOTLIGHT
Founder & CEO CreateNow
Pictured from left to right are Program Assistant Mohammad Sharifi,
AmeriCorps VISTA Kelly Noonan, Director of Programs and Operations
Ruby Medina, Founder and CEO Jill Gurr, AmeriCorps VISTA Laura Kelly,
Development Intern Elyssa Dudley.
Photo by: Mohammad Sharifi
Transforming Lives Through Arts Mentoring
HHMI Takes a Look At:
“The journey from a writers’ assistant at
Paramount Studios, in Hollywood to …………………….”
Where do we begin, hmmmm…. Jill Gurr. Let’s see, she
has a B.S. Degree in Broadcasting and Film from Boston
University, a former disc jockey, studied at the City of London Polytechnic. Gurr being fluent in Spanish, French and
Italian, has spent two decades traveling and living around
the world to include Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Africa
and Latin America. An accomplished screenwriter, Jill has
worked with top celebrities on award-winning films and
productions.
That was then… but now her journey is just beginning…
Jill Gurr, is the Founder and Executive Director of the
501(c)(3) nonprofit organization called CreateNow.
CreateNow, which was founded by Jill in 1996, is an organization that transforms the lives of youth in need located
in both the Los Angeles and (previously) Orlando, Florida
areas.
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JG has matched hundreds of mentors with thousands of
children who need guidance and support. Gurr, whose professional background revolves around the “Writers’ Industry
in Hollywood” has authored a book called “Mentor Youth
Now: A Guidebook for Transforming Young Lives,” which
is an all-embracing book that is all about “How To Mentor
Children.”
The amount of energy that Jill releases for her organization
is absolutely mind-blowing.
We will be featuring CreateNow throughout the 2013 calendar year and beyond.
We finally caught up with Jill for a lengthy interview session and here is how it went.
INTERVIEW QUESTIONS:
HHMIQ: It takes a lot of “strength of character”, tenacity, energy and determination to take on the challenges of
working with at risk and high risk youth. Where do you get
your inspiration? Where do you find the courage?
A: Thanks for recognizing the hard work that it takes to
do this. I think that my strength, energy and determination
come from my parents, especially my father who was a
workaholic with non-stop energy. After he retired, my dad
loved to volunteer at the hospital and was always helping out neighbors. My mother was a tremendous influence
on me, as well. We were very close. Both of my parents
always encouraged me to follow my dreams.
I also feel guided by higher powers. I have always felt
compelled to help these troubled kids, even giving up my
lucrative and glamorous career in the film industry and
struggling financially to make it happen. I sense that this
source of inspiration is coming from the spirit world.
Courage comes from just not being
willing or able to give up. I’ve had
some close calls with almost losing
CreateNow, especially during the
recession, but by standing strong, being dedicated and willing to sacrifice,
the organization is now stronger than
ever.
HHMIQ: What are some of the trademarks of being a good mentor?
A: The most important trademarks for
a good mentor are to be consistent,
dependable and able to listen. All of
our youth need positive role models,
especially with the negative influences in the world. Many at-risk youth
have been let down by their parents
and other adults. Mentors can help
to guide them and become a special
friend.
It’s essential that mentors maintain
their commitment. If you say that
you’ll be there every week at a certain
time, then you need to be there. Your
mentees (youth who are mentored are
called mentees) will be looking forward
to it and they will be very disappointed
if you flake out. It will probably take
them time to build trust in you, so the
first step is to be reliable.

Kids may not listen to their parents
or teachers, but they usually respect
other adults such as mentors, espe-
cially when they’re volunteering their
time and not getting paid. Mentors
allow them to vent their frustrations
and to receive sound advice. However,
don’t be judgmental and don’t force
your beliefs. Be a good listener and
paraphrase (repeat back in your own
words) what they’ve shared with you
so your mentees know that you understood them.
HHMIQ: What inspired you to found
“CreateNow”?
A: I worked as a Script Supervisor
(continuity) for 20 years on feature
films all over the world with famous
actors and directors. Two movies in
particular strongly impacted me. “Menace II Society” opened my eyes to the
reality of life on the streets of South
Central Los Angeles, which is just a
few miles from my home in Hollywood.
There was so much poverty, violence
and racism. I also worked on a film
called “My Family,” which we shot in
East Los Angeles. There was an eightyear-old boy and his eleven-year-old
brother hanging out with the film crew
at two in the morning on a weeknight.
I asked them where their parents were
and the youngest said “I don’t know
where my mother is, and my father, he
don’t give a f%&$.”
This shocked me and I did some
research. I discovered that Los Angeles has the highest poverty rate in
the nation and the largest number of
homeless children, foster kids and
incarcerated youth. We’re also the
“Gang Capital of the World,” with an
estimated 93,000 gang members.
I had an idea for a screenplay about
two rival gang members ending up
at the same detention camp. After a
year of many trials and tribulations, I
was finally able to teach a Screenwrit-
ing Workshop to around 30 teenage
boys who were locked up for all kinds
of crimes, from petty theft and rape
to grand theft and assault. At the end
of my class, a number of these boys
learned how to read and write through
my technique. Others wanted to go
back to school and attend college.
One tough gang leader who had
initially boycotted my workshop ended
up having gang tattoos removed from
his neck and hand.

Based on this success, I was able to
set up another Screenwriting Workshop at a co-ed detention facility and
I got the same results. I met another
writer and shared my story. She called
to tell me that her professor Leslie
Stevens, a producer who taught at the
American Film Institute, wanted to give
me $5,000 to start a nonprofit organization. I didn’t know anything about
nonprofits, but I realized that this was
a terrific opportunity to make a difference.

I wanted to create a way for volunteers to give back to the neediest
kids right in their own neighborhoods.
Writing has always been my escape,
and I knew there were kids who were
talented as artists, musicians, dancers, etc., but they never had the
opportunity to explore the arts, which
are incredibly therapeutic. Research
shows that the arts stimulate the brain
and arts education has an incredible
affect on learning and cognitive skills.
Plus, Los Angeles is the “Arts Center
of the World,” generating hundreds of
thousands of jobs and billions of dol-
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lars in sales revenue. Mentoring is really the key, though, regardless of the
arts component. It’s the relationship
that a mentor develops with the youth
that is the magic ingredient to inspire
and encourage them to do better.

CreateNow has a network with hundreds of emergency shelters, group
homes, detention centers and other
youth agencies, so we can match
mentors right in their own neighborhoods and give them the training
and materials needed to teach their
creative expressions. I dove into this
by putting my film career on the backburner and working nonstop to build
the organization for the past 16 years.
HHMIQ: What has been your greatest
challenge(s) with the program?
A: For 15 years, I was running all
the arts mentoring programs, while
also doing the fundraising, marketing, building the Board of Directors
and a million other things. For most of
that time (13 years), I wasn’t getting
a salary, so I worked on commercial
productions as a Script Supervisor
to support myself. It was very hard
making ends meet, such as paying my
rent and other bills, but I’ve managed
to scrape by. It’s been worth it and I
wouldn’t change a thing (although I
have to admit there have been times
that I’ve questioned my choices).
HHMIQ: What do you feel has been
some of your greatest accomplishments with the youth and young
adults?
A: There are so many stories and
wonderful experiences, not just from
the kids being mentored but also our
volunteers. Some of our mentors have
changed their careers after being
inspired by their experiences. The
children we serve are usually never
exposed to the arts. They’re shuffled
around from shelter to foster group
home to detention boot camp and the
streets. While we may have limited
time with them, they benefit tremendously from CreateNow. For instance,
each year we bring around 2,500
youth to concerts, plays and special
events like Cirque du Soleil. These
experiences can have a profound
impact. They discover famous venues
like the Hollywood Bowl, Walt Disney
Concert Hall and the Geffen Playhouse where they can aspire to attend
more performances. They learn social
etiquette, which for many of these kids
is something they really need to know
in order to assimilate into society.
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While we have many success stories
to share, my favorite is Tasha Caulfield. She ran away from a dysfunctional home in a poor neighborhood
from ages 13-16. She took a TV Writing Workshop with one of our mentors. Tasha bonded with her mentor,
who continued to meet with her every
week, encouraging her to apply to
college. With her mentor’s help (along
with mine and two other mentors who
I introduced her to), Tasha graduated
from USC Film School and attended
her first year of law school at the
University of Illinois in Chicago. She’s
currently traveling around the U.S. performing standup comedy and writing
film reviews for a Chicago newspaper.
Tasha said that CreateNow helped her
get through the darkest time of her life.
There are a million more Tashas out
there who need our help!
Our arts mentoring programs are
amazing since our mentors are professionals or talented in their fields. They
bring knowledge, passion and experience to their workshops. We help
them to develop their curricula and
provide them with training, ideas, arts
supplies, equipment and support.


Funding is a continual problem, especially in a world that doesn’t value the
arts as much as they should. Unfortunately the arts are the first thing to be
cut in a tough economy, so CreateNow
depends on individual donations to
keep our programs going. Even $1.00
can buy paint supplies and books for
vulnerable children.
built vocational guidance into our
programs so they can learn how to put
a portfolio or resume together, go on a
job interview and fit in the workplace.
All of our programs culminate with a
party for the kids that includes refreshments with gift bags that contain art
supplies, CDs, Certificates of Completion and other souvenirs. These serve
as lasting reminders of their experiences. They develop confidence and
self-esteem, while learning skills that
can lead to jobs and careers. We’ve
HHMIQ: How many books have you
authored?
A: I’m primarily a screenwriter – I’ve
written 18 original film and TV scripts
and another 10 as a writer-for-hire.
Two of those scripts were produced:
“Rigged” was adapted from a James
Hadley Chase book and stars George
Kennedy. I wrote the pilot for a PBS
series called “The Immortals.” The
episode was “Socrates” and it stars Ed
Asner. A number of my original scripts
have been optioned by reputable producers. I’m still promoting them, since
screenwriting is my other passion.
I’ve written three books: (1) “Dreamer”
is a children’s novel based on my
script of that name about a 10-year-old
girl fighting cancer who is inspired to
live through a dolphin; (2) “No Limits”
is an autobiographical book I was
hired to write for Joky Van Dieten,
an amazing woman from Holland
who had a phenomenal, adventurous life and who owned a number of
ancient, mystical crystal skulls; (3)
“Mentor Youth Now: A Guidebook for
Transforming Young Lives” is my most
recent book and something that I’m
very proud of – three years in the making! It’s packed with information about
mentoring youth based on my 20
years of experience, from the basics to
setting boundaries, teaching life skills
and how to end a mentoring relationship. There are loads of resources that
I compiled, including a 30-page cited
report on the State of America’s youth,
plus inspirational stories about mentors from all over the United States.
HHMIQ: Do you feel that your writing
skills and the many other talents that
you have has helped you to “mentally
and emotionally” reach that “untouchable” space that some of the students
in your program may have or may
have had? Please elaborate.
A: I think that being empathetic and
open-minded has been very valuable for me to reach youth, and these
are skills that I’ve developed as a
writer. I’ve written some pretty horrible
characters, which a writer must do to
create good stories. You have to get
under their skin and understand their
motives for doing some gruesome
things. So if you’re listening to a youth
who has done something terrible, it’s
easier to understand that they’ve had
to endure difficulties, which is what
motivates them. I believe that all of the
arts bring up our buried emotions and
help us to analyze our feelings, which
for the kids that CreateNow serves is
crucial.

For example, I met a young man
named “Rafael,” age 15, who was incarcerated for raping his sister. It turns
out that he had been sexually abused
throughout his childhood. I learned
that it’s common for victims of sexual
abuse to inflict it on others. I found
this boy a wonderful mentor, Quinton
Peeples, who was a writer and director. Rafael’s mentor worked with him
each week to help the youth share
his story. My friend Wanda Patterson
was an art instructor at this detention
facility and she took a group of the
youth to an art exhibition at a museum. Rafael saw a sculpture made by
an artist who was a sex offender and
something in the artwork spoke deeply
to him. He started to awaken, and with
the help of Quinton and others at the
facility, the boy reformed. Quinton got
him an internship with a production
company and the last that I heard,
Rafael was working as a journalist in
San Francisco.

HHMIQ: How long did it take you to
develop and “birth” CreateNow, which
by the way is an awesome name?
How did you select that name?
A: When I got the $5,000 grant from
Leslie Stevens, I used the money to
become a 501 (c)(3) and to establish
the organization, which was initially
named Write Now (with the play-onwords “Right Now”). I founded the
organization in 1996 with the mission
to teach literacy through different
forms of creative writing. Soon afterwards, it became apparent that many
of these kids couldn’t read and write,
and they had no interest in the literary
arts. Many youth preferred other forms
of creativity, such as music, dance and
art. In 1998, I changed the name of the
organization to CreateNow to maintain
the continuity of what I had started
with our branding, and we have been
helping thousands of troubled youth
ever since (over 30,000).

HHMIQ: Explain to us, here at HHMI
how you feel inside when you have
“broken through” to one of your students?
A: There’s an amazing feeling of success when you see the “light bulb”
go off in students’ minds. The best
example is my first Screenwriting
Workshop at the detention facility. I
developed a technique using improvisation to have the story written in the
exact words that the kids used. After
all, it was meant to be their story and
characters. However, this tough Latino
gang leader had boycotted my class
because I wanted a happy ending.
During the dinner break of our first
workshop, he had convinced most of
the other Latino youth that my class
was not worth attending (he used
much stronger language), so only a
few brave kids from that group came
back, with mostly African-American
youth participating.
After a few weeks, I was able to
convince the gang leader that the
screenplay would have a tragic finale,
just the way they wanted it, with both
gang leaders getting killed. They all
came back and we had a full class.
This gang leader was the youth who
later had tattoos removed. I was able
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to give the story some hope at the end
by showing that while their younger
teenage brothers wanted revenge for
the gang leaders’ deaths, their sixyear-old brothers played together.

When we did the final read-through of
the script, I had these tough teenage
thugs crying and trying to hide their
tears. They were deeply moved by the
way the story unfolded, and especially
hearing their own words spoken by
their peers during the reading. Some
of the boys learned how to read and
write through my workshop. Others
wanted to go back to school and to
apply to college. I knew that my workshop had made an impact on their
lives and it was the greatest feeling in
the world.
Whenever I visit one of our programs,
my heart is lifted as I watch the kids
engaging in the arts. Some of them
have amazing talents in music, dance,
acting, and more. They’re motivated
to stay in school and pursue a career
in the arts, like 9-year-old Maritza who
recently participated in our Create A
Mural Now Workshop at a domestic
violence shelter. She loved our class
so much that she skipped dinner so
that she could help the mentor clean
the brushes. Maritza decided that
she’s going to be an artist when she
grows up, and she continues to explore visual arts with the paint kit that
CreateNow gave her.
Not only is doing this work gratifying
to me, but it’s especially rewarding for
our mentors. They know that they’re
making a difference in these children’s
lives. They experience first-hand those
“ah-ha!” moments that the kids have
when they discover their talents, and
they learn about different cultures
that can also affect their own artistic
creations.
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HHMIQ: How long does a child who
enters your program stay in your
program? Is this a lifelong mentoring
program?
A: One of our challenges is that the
kids we serve are in-and-out of shelters, foster group homes, detention
facilities and rehab centers. We keep
our programs relatively short to accommodate their schedules because
we want them to feel that they’ve
completed the workshop. It’s a huge
accomplishment for these youth to
finish something, which is why we celebrate it with a party, gift bags and the
Certificates of Completion. However,
I’ve found that some kids can change
their lives even after just one meeting
with a mentor.
Frank Covarrubias is an example
of that. His social worker called to
say that he was a good kid but he
was in detention for skipping school
and doing drugs. He really wanted
to play the saxophone, and she was
able to get him one donated, but he
needed a mentor. We were able to get
internationally-acclaimed jazz saxophonist Michael Lington to give Frank
a one-hour lesson at our office. Soon
afterwards, Frank went to Compton
Community College and joined their
band, where he became the First
Chair Saxophonist. He’s now working
at Panasonic and he continues to play
the saxophone. He was interviewed
for a special holiday show on Univision
TV and Frank said that the reason he
changed his life was because no one,
especially a man, had ever told him
to be responsible and persistent. That
one hour changed his life.

It’s challenging for us to track the kids
that we serve once they leave their
institutions because their names are
hidden for confidentiality reasons and
there are too many to follow, but I
know that some lifelong relationships
have developed between our mentors and the youth. The first match
that I ever made helped a girl whose
mother was a crack addict. She was
in the foster system from age 11 and
had been in and out of detention for
a number of years. The girl’s mentor
helped her write a screenplay that got
optioned by a producer. The mentor
has become the Godmother of her
children and an extended family member. Other mentors have told me that
their mentees have attended college
and gone on to get jobs. Now that CreateNow finally has a full-time staff to
help me build the organization, we’re
developing a better system to track the
youth who participate in our programs.
HHMIQ: What do you feel that the
youth and young adults need today
that they are not getting?
A: Youth need more guidance and
adult supervision, but not from a patronizing or condescending perspective. Most kids today are more tuned in
than I was as a youth. They’re technologically advanced and often wiser
beyond their years. They can sense
when people are being fake or phony
with them. We had a mentor who was
initially uncomfortable teaching incarcerated teenage girls how to write their
stories and poems. They immediately
picked up on her anxiety. When she
asked them how they knew she was
nervous, they said that they could see
her lip quivering and her hands trembling. These kids have street-sense
and powerful instincts that help them
to survive.

Youth today need to feel like they are
an important part of our world and
their opinions are valued. Talk to them
with respect. You have experiences
to share and they usually want your
support, even if they have to hide it to
look “cool” to their peers (and you). If
you speak honestly and be open about
yourself, then they’ll also open up
to you. It might take time for them to
build trust, but as you continue to meet
with them and show that you care,
they will give you their love and friendship. Most importantly, let them know
that their ideas are precious and their
voices are being heard.
16. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_
ddv_71f3dQ - Philippines
5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_
LQBTt003Y – New Zealand
6. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=d6lWArihfm0 – Sydney Australia
17. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=RVrevFq-QNQ - Miami
18. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=sIrPsciwL98 - Chicago
Stay tuned for Part 2 and Part 3 of our
wonderful journey in ”The World Of Jill
Gurr.”
You can find Jill Gurr’s future CreateNow adventures right before our own
Lil Ms. Jamie Telford of Hobbies and
Horse® in HHMI.
7. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeqFqL31zM - Hawaii
8. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=hPHeh2s-4Dg - Las Vegas
9. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=VCBwhoYXIyE = Paris, France
19. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=oN3sjt9cnko – Raleigh, North
Carolina
NEW YEARS FIREWORKS FROM
AROUND THE WORLD
1.http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=IkQnVTCQQOA – New York
2.http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=F8HJErljtFI - BRAZIL
3. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=WdJf5IX0N9g - San Francisco
4. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=4e8vfRTsFU4 - London
10. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=2ghRlSDTET4 - China
11. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=eDrlSxp6vqs - Mexico
12. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=dCpOghrdU28 - Canada
13. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=Bw4QvoeGvFQ - Toronto
14. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=ZOU5C5rmMNg – Count Down
Fireworks 2013
15. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8X7q7jOACs - Italy
20. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=V6aEOLvQguU – San Antonio,
Texas
21. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=SoswQfO-22Y – Buffalo, New
York – Ball Drop
22. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=F4fbucWLsvA – New York City
Ball Drop
23. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=RPfEVzMJ24I – Denver Colorado
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• Anderson Cooper – “coming out of the
closet” and reporting to the world that he
is gay.
• Prince Harry photographed in the nude in
a Las Vegas hotel room. Well what about
the commercial Harry, “What happens in
Vegas, stays in Vegas”. Someone forgot
to tell Harry.
There have been thousands of predictions
made about the date December 21, 2012.
Let’s see what the “Buzz Bee” was saying
about that, (here’s a short list for ya!):
Galactic Alignment: The alignment of the
sun, moon, earth and the center of the
“Milky Way” galaxy on December 21,
2012 was significant (and still is) because
gravitational release of hidden asteroids
can take place.
Mayan Calendar. The Mayan Calendar,
which is made up of different cycle systems of counting days, months and years.
The last cycle out ends.
Planet Nibiru – Rogue planet headed this
way. Astronomers have been tracking it for
years.
ARTS AND LEISURE
Pole shift
with Lisa Oakley
FAIRS AND EXHIBITS
BRAFA 2013:
Brussels Antiques and Fine Arts Fair
January 19-27 2013 – Brussels, Belgium
128 exhibitors from 12 countries present
works of art and ephemera
The 27th Antiquaria Ludwigsburg
Book Fair
January 24-26 2013
Ludwigsburg, Germany
52nd Stuttgart Antiquarian Book Fair
January 25-27 2013
Stuttgart, Germany
Well another year has come and gone..
Another year, another Academy Awards,
and another Grammy Awards Show. And
speaking of the Grammy Award show,
who could forget the 2012 Grammy Award
show; which totally left everyone in “shock”
and casted such a gloomy shadow over
the festivities with the death of the legendary R&B singer “Whitney Houston”. That
was definitely one for the history books.
But, before we peep at the award show
recaps, let’s review the drama that took
place in the year 2012,
“WHAT HAPPENED AND WHAT DIDN’T
HAPPEN”!!
We had so many OMG moments in 2012;
let’s go over some shall we:
• Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise – Divorce
• Jenni Rivera – Killed in plane crash
• Kristin Stewart and Robert Pattinson of
the “Twlight Sagas”…relationship almost “drew blood” when “breaking news”
reported that Kristen cheated on Robert
with a married man.
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The 2012 Olympics in London
Maybe Lisa “From The United Kingdom”
Redford was there!!! Does anyone know
whether or not she went?
• Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie engagement
• Hurricane Sandy
• Sandy Hook Shooting
What’s up with all of these “Sandy”
names that was weird!!!!
• Aurora Shooting- Colorado movie theatre
shooting
• Demi Moore split from actor Ashton
Kutcher
• Prince William and Kate Middleton in the
news from wedding to babies
• Atlanta House Wives – NE NE Leaks arrives on the scene
•The re-election of President Obama
• Beyonce and Jay –Z having Blue Ivey
Carter
• Kim Khardashian Wedding…that was
2012 right….just checking!
Now, this was the scariest of them all…..
The Mayan Prophecy…also just think
about all of the merchandise and product
sells that was made from books, videos,
tv shows, video games, cartoons, advertising and promotions………the list goes on
over the years building up to the very day
December 21, 2012. I am so glad that it
did not go down like the “doom day predictors” have been preaching to us over the
last decade or so.
But, did something happen in the world of
astronomy?
Now I am glad that none of these incidents have happened yet. That’s “A Lot O
Drama”. I mean look what happened with
Japan with the earth quake. They have
never recovered to this day. I’m just sayin’
• The December 21st 2012 Dooms Day
Prophecy almost brought the Christmas
holiday to a complete halt. The retail
market fell almost to its knees when retail
sales were some of the lowest recorded.
Who is really interested in shopping for
Christmas when it is expected that the
world will cease to exist on 12/21/12.
Christmas almost got cancelled this year,
ya heard! I still think that something magical happened, the atmosphere did feel a
bit lighter.
• The death of “disco diva “ Donna Summer. I still put on some “Last Dance” when
I am house cleaning. And yes, I use my
duster as a microphone, don’t you….come
on admit it…you know that you do!!!
• The death of Larry Hagman – “JR”
• Jersey Shore reality actress – Snookie
pregnant….who knew….that was about as
shocking as when that guy punched her in
the face!
And even now, 2013 has started off
with a bang with the KIMYE pregnancy?????????
Hold onto your hats, skirts, wigs, weaves,
toupees, nose jobs, lap dogs….just hold
on!!!
And oh, I almost forgot,
Grossman (a student of Women’s Studies
at Skidmore College), Vashti represents
the first instance of feminism. With modern
choreography that springs from a strong
balletic core, this work involves five dancers, an original score by composer David
Homan, and live music featuring violin,
cello, guitar and piano.
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It’s that time of the year again ……….,
yes, “THE GOLDEN GLOBES”, one of my
favorites. Let’s take a look at the list and
see who some of the choices are, shall we:
And the envelope please, THANKS YOU,
here we go………
AND SPEAKING OF PERFORMANCES
Two dynamic dance companies performing:
GOLDEN GLOBES 2013 WINNERS
Who hosted the “Golden Globe Awards”
this time? Well, no other than one of our
favorite comedian/character impersonators, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. The
2013 Golden Globes Awards was held
in Los Angeles, California. It has indeed
been quite a fabulous year for the cinema
and for television last year.
There were five contenders for best picture, Drama:
Argo
Lincoln
Life Of Pi
Django Unchained
Zero Dark Thirty
Ben Affleck came through like a champ
with 2 wins, Best Director and Best Picture,
Drama. I thought that it was very “gallant” of Affleck, to “give props” to his wife,
actress Jennifer Garner for “sitting through
this”. That was “way” cool Ben!
LIVE FROM NEW YORK CITY:
WHAT: Riedel Dance Theater + Ariel Rivka
Dance
WHEN: Thursday, March 7 – Saturday,
March 9 @ 7:30PM
WHERE: Ailey Citigroup Theatre, 400 West
55th Street (at 9th Avenue), NYC; Train
1/A/B/C/D Columbus Circle or N/R/Q/W
57th Street
TICKETS: General $25/Students & Seniors
$15. **$50 Opening Night Reception + VIP
Seating (3/7 only).** To purchase tickets
visit http://rivkariedel.brownpapertickets.
com/.
MEDIA CONTACT: April Thibeault, AMT
PR, 212.861.0990, [email protected]
Ariel Rivka Dance premieres Grossman’s
Vashti – an homage to Vashti, the Queen
of Shushan, (wife of King Ahasuerus,
the ruler of Persia, in the Biblical story of
Purim) who is known to many as a heroine. Vashti is seen as a brave and strong
character who chooses to value her dignity
above submitting to her husband’s whims
and offensive orders. For many and for
The Co-Host Amy Poehler said after the
42nd President left the stage “ that was
Hillary Clinton’s husband”. Bill Clinton
introduced the Steven Spielberg movie
“LINCOLN”.
Having Bill Clinton introduce “LINCOLN” I
felt was brilliant. Here’s the list:
The 2013 Golden Globes Award Winners
Motion Picture, Drama: ARGO
Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical: Les
Miserables
Actor In Motion Picture, Drama: Daniel Day
Lewis, “LINCOLN”
Actress In a Motion Picture, Drama: Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty
Actor In A Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical: Hugh Jackman, Les Miserables
Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or
Musical: Jennifer Lawrence, “Silver Linings
Playbook”
Supporting Actor In A Motion Picture:
Christoph Waltz, DJango Unchained
Supporting Actress In A Motion Picture:
Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables
Director, Motion Picture Ben Affleck, ARGO
Screenplay, Motion Picture: Quentin Taran-
Miss America 2013: Miss New York, Mallory Hytes Hagan – Talent: Tapping, Age: 23.
She’s from Brooklyn. “Brooklyn Is In The
House” . The Miss America pageant was
held in Las Vegas. Second Runner Up:
Miss South Carolina: Ali Rogers and third
runner up: Oklahoma: Alicia Clifton. Nice
performance Mallory- To All Congrats!!!
ARTS & LEISURE
tino, DJango Unchaoned
Foreign Language Film: Amour (Austria)
Animated Feature Film: Brave
Original Score, Motion Picture: My Chael
Danna, LIFE OF PI
Original Song, Motion Picture: Skyfall”,
Skyfall, Adele and Paul Epworth
TELEVISION
TV Series, Drama: Homeland
TV Series, Comedy: Girls
TV Movie or Miniseries: Game Change
Actor In A TV Series, Drama: Damian
Lewis, Homeland
Actress In A TV Series, Drama: Claire
Danes: Homeland
Actor In A TV Series Comedy: Don Cheadle, House of Lies
Actress In A TV Series, Comedy: Lena
Durham, Girls
Actor In A Miniseries or TV Movie: Kevin
Costner, Hatfields and McCoys
Actress in A Miniseries or TV Movie: Julianne More, Game Change
Supporting Actor In A Series, Miniseries or
TV Movie: Ed Harris, Game Change
Supporting Actress In A Series, Miniseries
or TV Movie: Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
Cecil B. DeMille Award: Jodie Foster
The Festivities for January 2013 continue
with
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA INAUGURAL BALL
President Barack Obama Inaugural Ball
will be held on January 21st.
The talent lineup includes such notables
as: Alicia Keys, Smokie Robinson, Katy
Perry, Usher , Brad Paisley, Marc Anthony,
Stevie Wonder, John Legend and the
cast from Glee, Mindless Behavior, Nick
Canon and the youth gospel choir: Soul
Children of Chicago are among the stars
announced
HHMI has a lot in store for our readers this
year. The magazine will be loaded with articles on entertainment industry highlights,
up and coming artists as well as some familiar names. HHMI welcomes 2013. The
magazine will have a host of new stories,
children creative arts organizations and
spotlight artists worldwide to share with
you. Don’t forget to send in your photos
for the “Free Post” section of HHMI. Thank
you for your patronage.
Most Sincerely, Lisa Oakley- Arts and
Leisure Reporter – HHMI/Haule Haule
Magazine, Inc.
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JANUARY 2013 BIRTHDAY SPOTLIGHT ON: Oprah Winfrey –
TV Talk Show Host – Actress
01
Verne “ Mini Me” Troyer - Actor
Frank Langella – Actor
02
Kate Bosworth – Actress
Taye Diggs – Actor
Cuba Gooding, Jr.-Actor
Tia Carrere – Actress
Gabrielle Carteris – Actress
03
Eli Manning – New York Giants Quarter
Joan Chen – Actress
Mel Gibson – Actor
Victoria Principal – Actress
John Paul Jones – Musician
Stephen Stills – Musician
Michael Stipe – Singer
04
Dyan Cannon – Actress
05
Marilyn Mason – Shock Rocker Singer
Pamela Sue Martin – Actress
Diane Keaton – Actress
Alvin Ailey – dancer. Choreographer
Robert Duvall – Actor
06
Joey Lauren Adams – Actress
Nancy Lopez – Sports/golfer
Bonnie Franklin – Actress
07
Bipasha Basu – Actress/Movie Star
Nicolas Cage – Actor
Katie Couric – NBC Today – Co Host
David Caruso – Actor
R. Kelly – Singer
08
David Bowie – Singer – Rockstar
Yvette Mimieux – Actress
Shirley Bassey – Singer
Anna Sophia Robb – Actress
A.J. McLean – Singer
09
Crystal Gayle – Country Western Singer
Jimmy Page – Rock guitarist /songwriter
Joan Baez – Folksinger/political activist
Susannah York – British Actress
Kirk Douglas – Actor 10
Pat Benatar – Rock Singer
George Forman - 2 time heavy weight
boxing champ
Rod Stewart = rock singer
Jim Croce – singer /songwriter
Raven Symone - Actress 11
Amanda Peet – Actress
Mary J. Blige – R&B/ Hip Hop Singer
Kim Coles – Actress/Comedienne
Naomi Judd – Country singer
Donna Mills – Actress “Knots Landing”
Melanie Jayne Chisholm – Singer
12
Rob Zombie – Heavy Metal Vocalist
Jeff Bezos - Founder of Amazon.com
Kirstie Alley – Comic Actress
Joe Frazier – World Heavy Weight
Boxing Champion
13
Orlando Bloom – Actor
Patrick Dempsey – Actor
Julia Louis – Dreyfus – Actress
14
LL Cool J. Rapper
Faye Dunaway – Actress
15
Charo –Singer/dancer “Cuchi, Cuchi”
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Aaliyah – Singer
16
Kate Moss – Model
SADE – Singer
Debbie Allen – Actress, dancer, choreographer
John Carpenter – Director
Dwayne Wade – Miami Heat Basketball Star
17
Kid Rock – Singer/Rapper
Michelle Obama – First Lady, President
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CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS
Obama’s wife, lawyer
Jim Carey – Actor
Muhammad Ali – Boxer, Peace Activist
Maury Povich – TV Talk Show Host
Shari Lewis – Children Puppeteer TV Personality
James Earl Jones – Actor
Vidal Sassoon – British Hairstylist/ designer
Betty White – Actress
Morgan York – Actress
18
Samantha Mumba- Pop Singer
Jonathan Davis – Heavy Metal Singer, song writer KORN
Dave Batista – WWE Heavyweight champion
Kevin Coster – Actor
19
Shawn Wayans – Actor/writer
Wendy Moniz – Actress
Desi Arnaz, Jr. –Rock Musician
Robert Palmer – Singer/songwriter
Paula Deen – TV Food Network Chef
Dolly Parton – Country Singer
20 Rainn Wilson – Actor
Bill Maher – TV Talk Show
Izabello Miko – Actress, dancer
21 Emma Lee Bunton – singer – Spice Girls
Hakeem Olajuwon – Houston Rockets
Basketball Star
Geena Davis – Actress
Jill Eikenberry – Actress
Mac Davis – Country Western Singer
Placido Domingo – Famous Operatic Tenor
Wolfman Jack - TV/Disc jockey
Robyn Richards – Actress
22
Willa Ford - Singer
Guy Fieri – TV Chef
Steven Adler – Drummer “ GUN N ROSES”
Diane Lane – Actress
Linda Blair – Actress
Steve Perry – Singer – Band “Journey” 23
Tiffani Amber Thiessen - Actress
Princess Caroline of Monaco
Antonio Villaraigosa – 1st Latin Mayor
of Los Angeles
Rutger Hauer – Actor
Chita Rivera – Performer Broadway
Mischa Barton - Actress
24
Tatiyana Ali – Actress
Aaron Neville – Singer
Alicia Keys – Singer
25
China Kantner – Actress
Etta James – Singer 26
Kirk Franklin – Gospel MC
Anita Baker – Singer
Ellen De Generes – TV Talk Show HostComedian
Eddie Van Halen – Singer/Musician
Angela Davis – Black Activist
27
Bridget Fonda – Actress
Mikhail Baryshnikov – Ballet dancer
Nick Manson – Drummer – “Pink Floyd”
John Legend – Music artist
28
Elijah Wood – Actor
Nick Carter – Singer “Backstreet Boys”
Joey Fatone, Jr. – NSYNC
Adam Lambert – 2009 American Idol
29
Andrew Keegan – Actor
Sara Gilbert – Actress
Heather Graham – Actress
Oprah Winfrey – TV Talk Show Host – Actress 30
Christian Bale – Actor
Phil Collins – Singer
31
Justin Timberlake – Singer
The Food Recipe Swap Meet
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FEATURED RECIPE
Harissa Salsa
INGREDIENTS
4- Red peppers (roasted, peeled and seeded) then diced
½ yellow onion diced
2 cloves of garlic, chopped
1 Tbls. Olive oil
The juice from 2 limes
1 Tbsp. chopped mint
1 Tbsp. chopped cilantro
1 Tbsp. Dijon mustard
2 tsp. crushed red pepper
2 tsp. cumin
Salt and pepper to taste
METHOD
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RESERVATIONS Suggested,
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1. Combine all of the above in a bowl and mix well.
2. Top your Kefta Burgers with the salsa and place them in a pita
pocket.
FACTS OF THE MONTH
“DID YOU KNOW THAT………..!!!!”
The word for firework in Japanese is “hanabi” which means
“Fire flower”
The first recorded fireworks display in England was at the wedding of King Henry VII in 1486.
Statistics show that half of all
firework accidents happen to
children under the age of 16.
Throwing a firework into a street
or public place is a criminal offense.
Three sparklers burning together is said to generate the same
heat as a blow torch.
The largest firework rocket is
13 kg and was produced and
launched in Portugal in 2010.
A string of firecrackers that
went on and on lasting 22 hours
marked the New Years Day celebrations in Hong Kong in 1996.
Death Valley is said to be the
lowest place in the United
States of America, 282 feet below sea level.
Mount Whitney is said to be
the highest point in the United
States towering at a fascinating
14,494 feet high.
Antarctica is earth’s southern
continent, also referred to as the
“South Pole”.
Antarctica is said to have one of
the highest elevations of all of
the continents.
Can you name the world (research).
Antarctica is said to be a dry
continent and it is considered a
desert.
Nutmeg, according to the encyclopedia of spices. The Moluccas (Spice Islands) is the home
of the nutmeg tree.
Palomino Horses. It is believed
that the palomino horse was the
“choice horse” of ancient emperors, kings and queens.
Monarch Butterflies. Female
monarch butterflies of adult age
lay their eggs on the milkweed
plant leaves, the underside.
Lightening: The odds of an individual being struck by lightning
is said to be 1/500,000.
The letter “A” is very similar to
the Greek letter Alpha.
Elephant Breeds – Currently, it
is said that there is believed to
be only three living species of
elephants living today. Which
are the Asian Elephant, African
Elephant, and Indian Elephant.
and to the north, Nicaraqua.
New York City, NY is made
up of 5 boroughs, Manhattan,
Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and
Staten Island.
In 1789-90 New York was once
the US capital briefly.
There are three bodies of government currently here in the
United States of America and
they are: Executive, Judicial and
legislative.
Rutabaga is referred to as the
yellow turnip.
The Japanese Akita dog breed.
The largest of the Japanese
breed dogs is the Japanese
spitz type breed called the Akita
Inu.
The botanical name for the rutabaga is “brassica napus”.
Costa Rica is also known as the
Republic of Costa Rica.
Mount Shasta located in the
state of California is said to be
the highest volcano.
It is believed that the longest
road in the United States is US
Route 20, which runs east to
west across America
Costa Rica is located in Central
America.
Costa Rica border neighbors
are to the southeast, Panama
The “rutabaga” is considered to
be a “root” vegetable.
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Proof of Heaven – By Eben Alexander

BEST SELLER BOOKS LIST
Mama Dai Fell Through The Floor
- By Diane Baird

We All Come From Different Cultures – By Melissa Higgins

Killing Kennedy – By Bill O’Reilly
and Martin Dugard
Thomas Jefferson – By Jon
Meacham
Hopeless – By Colleen Hoover



No Easy Day – By Mark Owen with
Kevin Mauer
Their Eyes Were Watching God By
Zora Neale Hurston

The Color Purple – By Alice Walker


Gone Girl – By Gillian Flynn
Killing Lincoln – By Bill O’Reilly
and Martin Dugard

Empire & Honor By W.E.B. Griffin
and William E. Butterworth IV

Emancipation Proclamation – By
Tonya Bolden


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NEW RELEASES MOVIES AND VIDEOS
FRIDAY, JANUARY 4th
Texas Chainsaw 3D – Nationwide
All Superheroes Must Die – Limited – AMC
Theaters
A Dark Truth – Limited
Allegiance – Limited
Crawlspace-Limited
56 Up – Limited
The Baytown Outlaws – Nationwide
Zero Dark Thirty – Expansion
Officer Down – Limited
Promised Land – Expansion
Storage 24 – Limited
Struck By Lightning – Limited
Horrid Henry: The Movie- Limited
Quartet – Expansion
My Best Enemy – Limited
Freeloaders – New
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters – Nationwide
Movie 43 – Nationwide
Parker – Nationwide
John Dies At The End – Limited
Noobz – Limited
WEDNESDAY , JANUARY 9th
I Am Not A Hipster – Limited
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18th
The Last Stand – Nationwide
Broken City – Nationwide
Guillermo del Toro Presents Mama – Nationwide
LUV – Limited
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11th
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23
A Haunted House – Nationwide
Gangster Squad – Nationwide
The Pirogue
Knife Fight – Limited
Happy People: A Year In The Taiga
The Taste Of Money – Limited
Yossi – Limited
Supporting Characters – Limited
WEDNESDAY, January 30th
As Luck Would Have It - Limited
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FASHION QUICK
PEEK
tures while we roll into early springtime,
and you can layer on top of this dress to
your hearts’ content. Knit jersey is a great
traveling fabric as well for garments.
FASHION NEWS
Just when you thought that all of those
special holiday times were coming to a
slow roll; not so fast ladies! Valentine’s
Day is right around the corner. You want
to look your “style” best when you go out to
dinner on that special night. This Valentine
Day calls for chic and sleek and sophisticated styles with long lines. The dresses
below are some style designs that are sure
to turn heads and have you looking your
romantic best. Mega short styles are out
this year!


Va Va Voom - Knock him dead this Valentine Day in this hot little number. Sexy,
elegant and charming. This dress says
a lot without saying too much. Strapless,
this abstract pattern dress has a tapered
waist to give you the ultimate slim line that
you are looking for. If you have a little belly
bulge, don’t worry the print design will help
the eyes to shy away for your tummy area.
Remember, less is more when wearing
accessories with this style dress. Understated jewelry would work best with this
elegant cocktail dress.
Can you say “Hello” to this little “Red
Carpet” cocktail dress? This garment is
just screaming for a “Step and Repeat”
Wall. Any young starlet would grab all of
the attention in this “Old Hollywood Starlet”
dress. Sheer, wrap look can look quite
dreamy and amazing with a pair of 5 inch
strappy heels (THIN, THIN, THIN, barely
there shoes), oh yeah and a nice simple
clutch with great lines. Wearing the hair
up will give this dress another layer of
elegance.

What a beautiful “little black dress”. This
tapered style dress is the perfect dress for
a romantic evening on the town. We know
that you want to have the “killer” shoes on
to go with this little number, however, don’t
forget that “style and beauty “ can also
mean “wearing something comfortable”.
The dress above is the perfect dress to
de-layer from. I love dresses like this one;
great hug to the body, comfortable and
warm during those ever changing tempera-
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What woman doesn’t just love a “quite”
paisley print in a muted color. The dress
above screams out “buy me and take me
home”. Contemporary colors and design,
this tunic can be dressed up or dressed
down to accommodate a number of occasions from date night to a summer concert
or evening pool party. This style tunic can
also be “spiced up” with opaque stocking
and boots for that “out on the town feel”.

The “Executive Baby Doll Dress” is gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous…..You can
wear this dress to so many different functions. Outdoor late spring wedding, garden
party, art gallery opening, first date, okay
second date!! And the color of this garment
is rich and the style, “ oh so dainty”.
New Year Quotes
By Famous People
Albert Einstein - Learn from yesterday, live for
today, hope for tomorrow.
Charles Lamb – New Years’ Day is every man’s
birthday.
Mark Twain – New Year’s Day now is the accepted time to make your regular annual good
resolutions. Next week you can begin paving hell
with them as usual.
Eric Zorn - Making resolutions is a cleansing
ritual of self assessment and repentance that
demands personal honesty and ultimately
reinforces humility. Breaking them is part of the
cycle.
Oscar Wilde – Good resolutions are simply
checks that men draw on, a bank where they
have no account.
Leonard Bernstein – From New Year’s on the
outlook brightens; good humor lost in a mood of
failure returns. I resolve to stop complaining.
Vern McLellan – What the New Year brings to
you will depend a great deal on what you bring
to the New Year!
Michael Altshuler – The bad news is that “time
flies”. The good news is you’re the pilot.
Henry Ward Beecher – Every tomorrow has two
handles. We can take hold of it with the handle of
anxiety or the handle of faith.
Bill Vaughn – Youth is when you’re allowed to
stay up late on New Year’s Eve. Middle age is
when you’re forced to!
Jay Leno – Now there are more overweight
people in America than average weight people.
So overweight people are now average, which
means you have met your New Year’s Resolution.
James Agate – New Year’s Resolution: To tolerate fools more gladly, provided this does not
encourage them to take up more of my time.
OPRAH WINFREY – Cheers to a New Year and
another chance for us to get it right!
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FROM JAMI TELFORD
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Home Made New Years
Party Decorations
11 Fun New Year’s Eve Party
Ideas for Food, Games &
Decorations
by Clara Edd
No, party is complete without the appropriate decorations. Tired of the same old
holiday look? Try spicing up the holidays
with some of these quick economical
decorating ideas:
ADULT NEW YEAR CRAFT IDEAS
1. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=Xq6_A_UJX9Y
2. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=ltiqOEHHjmQ
3. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=4mwW2NJlbOk
4. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=fIWM3dWxJjM
5. http://www.youtube.com/user/
GlobalRoses/featured?v=_EuiFZwO8m0
6. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=TKUvH7cG3hk
THE 2013 TOY FAIR LONDON
JANUARY 22ND – 24TH
9:00AM – 6:00PM
Olympia Hammersmith Road
Kensington, London W14 8UX
Party Food Ideas
1. Make It a BYOA Affair – Bring Your Own
Appetizer
Phone your invitees and inform them that
it’s a BYOA event. There are a number
of cheap and easy appetizers that your
guests can bring, but if someone doesn’t
know how to cook or what to bring, suggest raw veggies and hummus, a fruit and
nut platter, or a cheese and crackers plate.
If someone claims that even those are too
difficult, ask them to bring a container or
two of mixed nuts – you can provide the
bowl!
2. Serve Champagne Sangria for Midnight
Toasting
This is an easy and delicious way to cut
down on champagne costs that will be
appreciated by all! To make champagne
sangria, simply use these ingredients and
follow the instructions below:
Ingredients:
One 32-ounce bottle of apple juice
One 12-ounce can of frozen cranberry
juice concentrate
One cup of orange juice
One-and-a-half liters of champagne (or
ginger ale for a non-alcoholic version)
Directions:
Keep items chilled (or frozen) until use.
Combine the apple juice, cranberry juice
concentrate, and orange juice in a large
bowl. Stir well.
Add sliced oranges, kiwi slices, and any
other fruit you like.
Slowly add the champagne or ginger ale at
the last minute to keep it bubbly.
This recipe serves 12, but you might want
to double up for thirsty guests!

3. Have a Midnight Supper
After the midnight toast, close the bar and
invite everyone to take part in a midnight
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supper. A baked potato bar is easy, fun,
and inexpensive. Bake the biggest potatoes you can find, and follow with dessert!
Put potatoes in the oven at 400 degrees
at about 10:30pm. They should be done in
about an hour.
Set out as many toppings as you like: sour
cream, bacon bits, chopped scallions,
salsa, shredded cheese, jalapenos, chives,
steamed broccoli, butter, mushrooms, chili,
and anything else you’d like. Let everyone
fix their own potato, as loaded as they
want.
For dessert, serve chocolate cake from a
mix with white icing and colored sprinkles.
Serve with ice cream and a little hot fudge
sauce.
Be sure to provide coffee with dessert for
the drive home.
This menu will cost about $2 per person,
which is very reasonable for a hearty supper. If you want to spend more, make a
cheesecake instead for a rich finish to your
meal.

4. Remember That Timing Is Everything
Since you want to keep the party hopping
until (and perhaps well past) the midnight
hour, consider starting around 10pm. But
if you prefer to start much earlier, have the
potato bar ready at around 10pm so guests
don’t go hungry.
If your group wants to spend five to six
hours together, plan on having a full-scale
potluck early in the evening. You can skip
the appetizers in this case, but still prepare
your midnight supper.
Fun & Games
5. Ask Guests to Bring an Unusual Noisemaker
Have a ”craziest noisemaker” contest
and be sure to shoot video! Replay each
person with their noisemaker for the crowd
and vote on who wins. Provide a prize to
the winner, such as earmuffs. Then, get
everyone together for the big midnight
countdown and create your own symphony
of racket, clatter, and boom.
6. “Hire” a Photographer
Ask one guest to serve as the “official”
photographer to take before and after
photos, or do it yourself. As guests arrive,
invite them to pose with one person seated
and the other standing next to a chair (like
an old-time photo – no smiling allowed).
You could provide old-fashioned hats, and
maybe a shawl or scarf for props.
Later, take “after midnight” photos of your
guests in their holiday party outfits showing
off their noisemakers. Post all the photos
online to share.
7. Ask Guests to Write Predictions for the
New Year
Have your guests sign their predictions
and place them into a bowl or a box. Then,
during supper, take turns reading the
predictions while everyone guesses who
wrote them. It can be surprising how difficult it is to guess your friends’ predictions
– and it’s a great way to wrap up the night!
Decorations & Atmosphere
8. Hang Handmade Paper Snowflakes
From the Ceiling
White printer paper snowflakes in varying
sizes, plain or accented with silver or clear
glitter, can be hung from different lengths
of thread or ribbon for a festive effect. You
can even scatter some over a table for
easy decor. If you glitter them, remember
that less is more.
9. Hang Lengths of Curled Ribbon for an
Iconic New Year’s Eve
Curling ribbon is very easy, but it looks
great everywhere. Try to find the wider variety, about a half-inch thick. You can hang
it from light fixtures, doorways, lamps,
mantels, even on the bathroom mirror.
Scatter a few curls between dishes on your
midnight buffet as well.
10. Use Metallic and Glittered Christmas
Ornaments
Glittery Christmas ornaments look wonderful in a bowl as a centerpiece. You can
also hang plain ornament balls from a light
fixture over a table using varying lengths of
ribbon in your theme colors. They also look
nice hung in front of a mirror.
11. Set Out All the Candles You Own
Set out every candle you can find in your
house, and consider buying a cheap bag
of votives, which can be put into glasses,
canning jars, or even apples.
You can also find inexpensive votive holders at the dollar store. You can frost them
by simply using glue and epsom salts. Mix
regular white school glue with water (three
parts glue mixed with one part water) and
paint the mixture onto the sides of the
votive holder. Then, roll it in a plate full of
epsom salts from the grocery store. Once it
dries, you’ll have a sparkling frosted votive
holder! Place these wherever you want
to add a little glamor; they look especially
nice place atop a mirror or in front of one.
Final Word
Have a blast at your New Year’s party, but
remember, no matter what, never allow
anyone to drive home impaired! Not only
do you want to keep your friends safe, but
as a host, you could be legally liable for
their drunk driving. These are known as
“social host” laws, and many states have
them.
To protect everyone, have a sober person
drive intoxicated friends home, call a cab,
or take their keys and let them sleep at
your place. A simple bacon, eggs, and coffee breakfast will be fine for these overnight guests.
FASHION NEWS
STYLE VIDEOS
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watch?v=_urESj8LX30
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HHMI JUNIORS FOR
ALL AGE GROUPS
HOBBIES AND HORSES
with JAMI TELFORD
Jami Telford is not your average 7
year old little girl. “She’s a Telford”…and that means that horses
are “in her blood”. Little Ms. Telford has been riding horses since
she was knee high to a grasshopper. Jami is a “straight “A” student
and attends private school.
Jami’s father is James Telford, who
is the “STARTER” for The Downs
Racetrack in Albuquerque New
Mexico, as well as several other
race tracks across the country.

Pictured above: Jami Telford (in her traditional stable pink work uniform) junior columnist for HHMI
HOBBIES AND HORSES ©, sits in the horse stables golf cart, (which is the only means of transportation around the stables) waits for a driver to take her to the East stables….she’s catching up on
her calls and calendar)
Jami Telford is always on the go. She is very busy with school work
(she’s a straight “A” student, barrel racer, junior horse trainer, HHMI
junior columnist ……..what can I says, this little lady is moving!!”
We finally caught up with Jami Telford during one of her riding practice
breaks to ask her a couple of questions about herself and here’s how it
went:
HHMIQ: What is your favorite color and why?
A: My favorite color is pink because it is bright and cheerful.
HHMIQ: Do you saddle up your own horse. That’s a mighty tall horse for
a little girl?
A: My Mom and Grandpa help me most of the time, Because Blue Boy
is too big.
HHMIQ: What would you prefer”
Ice Cream and cake Pumpkin pie with loads of Whip cream on top
A: I only like white cake and vanilla ice cream
This is the TELFORD Clan – (Pictured from left
to right is mother, Camille “Cami” Telford, Little
Ms. Jami Telford (flat center), and father James
Telford – Starter at the Downs.
HHMIQ: Which would you prefer, a week at Disneyland all expenses paid
or $10,000 shopping spree at the Gap clothing store?
A: A week at Disneyland, riding the rides all day long
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HHMI STUDENT
READING LIST
Girls and Their Horses

A Wrinkle In Time – Madeleine L’Engle


Think Big – Ben Carson
Rosie’s Walk – Pat Hutchins

Peter’s Chair – Ezra Jack Keats


The World’s Greatest Horse Poster
Book

To Sir With Love – Edward Ricardo
Braitwaite

Something Beautiful – Sharon Dennis
Wyeth

The Magician’s Nephew – C.S. Lewis
Mississippi Bridge – Mildred Taylor

Fahrenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury

Through Grandpa’s Eyes – Patricia
MacLachian

Where The Red Fern Grows – Wilson
Eawls

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1984 – George Orwell

Kid Recipes
Most children love to help out in the
kitchen, these children recipes will let them
(and you) have a lot of fun making healthy,
great tasting snacks, meals and treats.
Our Children Recipes are easy to make
and the directions are simple enough for
kids of all ages. Parents supervision is
always required.
Preparing meals with kids can be a very
entertaining experience.
One of my all time childhood breakfast
favourites:
Apple Pancakes Recipe
KID CRAFT IDEAS
5. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=1LzvYqqG5ng - GRACI
1. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=GkT4dGAd2wo – Ceramic Cups
6. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=B_HdYLqlgqU – Pitti Bimbo Spain
2. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=cRwOlfYMiKg – Pokemon Mug
7. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=vms3UGasj54 - Bonpoint
8. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=zbv0zLKfhQ0 – Ellus – Spring
and Summer 2013
FUNNY KID VIDEOS
1. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=CumIj-NH5RA – Baby Tastes
Lemon For The First Time
Ingredients:
2 Apples, peeled and diced
1 cup White enriched flour
1 cup Whole wheat flour
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1 3/4 cup Milk
1 Tablespoon Brown cane sugar
2 Eggs
Season to taste
2. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=_FvTVWjLiHM – Funny Baby
Video
3. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=a3RFnQmyu2E – Funny Black
kid
Directions:
1. Mix together dry ingredients. Add liquid
ingredients; mix well then add the diced
apples. Mix together.
2. Fry pancakes on a hot greased skillet.
(Parent Supervision Required)
4. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=e6YEkM2kXuQ – Kid Slam
Dunks
KIDS FASHION VIDEOS
5. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=e6YEkM2kXuQ- Funny Kids Falling
1. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=7XMtnvjKxwg – Mayoral Fall/
Winter 2012-2013 CPM Kids Catwalk
6. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=fDBkhw1MqFU – Funny Babies
2. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=DUUuaAQwHDc – MIMPI Fashion Show
3. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=HGPS37Mzfo4 – Kids Fashion
Show
4. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=V57YhN2pBbA – Klara Castanlto Foreign
3. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=aIkQbsqBWTI – Coloring Doll
Hair with Food coloring
4. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=SLbNeWLmhnk – How to Make
Felt Bows (Adult Supervision Required)
5. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=vpVY41aLjcE – How To Make A
Kawaii Chubby Mamegoma Plushie (Adult
Supervision Required)
6. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=FrILO9dz3ME – How to make a
very fun toy
7. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=_C45LRXmgjQ – How to make a
origami flower ball
8. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=cACFDhPCAag - How To Make
Toilet Paper Octapus
7. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=zLkolY3DJ2g - Funny Kids singing
8. http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=zLkolY3DJ2g – Baby singing to
Lady Gaga ARTS AND CRAFT VIDEOS
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO:
ONE YEAR OLD
Baby's Name: Za'Ryah Marie
Date of Birth: February 2 2011
Time of Birth: 10:23 a.m.
Pounds: 7 Ounces: 7
State: Mississippi
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Book Report Ideas
People, Places and Things
PEOPLE
1. Lewis Howard Latimer – Inventor
2. Colin Murdoch – Inventor
3. Lydia O. Newman – Inventor
4. Bill Hamilton – Developed the modern
“JET BOAT”
5. T. J. Marshall – Inventor
6. Albert Einstein – Inventor
7. Godfrey Brown – Developer of an improved sheep shearing technique
8. Henry T. Sampson, Jr. - Inventor (born
Jackson Mississippi in 1934)
9. A J Hackett – Bungy creator
10. Joseph – Armand Bombardier – (first
snowmobile)
11. Alexander Miles – Inventor (Elevator)
12. Herbert Dow – Dow Chemicals
13. Osburn Dorsey – (Patent #: 210,764)
Door knob (?) door stop
14. Sir Isaac Newton - Inventor
PLACES
1. Crete
2. Great Wall Of China
3. Egypt
4. Beijing, China
5. Budapest
6. Indonesia
7. Bora Bora
8. Prague
9. Chincoteague, Virginia
10. Sydney, Australia
11. The Outer Banks of North Carolina
THINGS
1. The History of Fireworks
2. The History Pasta
3. Cast Iron
4. Wheel Barrow
5. Fortune Cookie
6. Pastry Fork/Anna M. Mangin Inventor –
Woodside, New York
7. Seismograph – Chang Heng- Inventor
8. Toaster – Ruane Sharon Jeter - Inventor
SCHOOL NEWS:
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
New Mexico Energy Efficiency Awareness
Week begins, January 14, 2013.
Metro Championship Basketball Finals set
for January 11, 2013
The finals in both boys and girls brackets
have been set. Come out to West Mesa
High School on Saturday, January 12th,
and see both 3rd place games and also
championship games.
Employees will take home less pay and
increases to the Social Security Tax and
Health Insurance costs will mean even
smaller paychecks for (APS) employees.
January 10, 2013. Employees will contribute 2 percent more of their pay to Social
Security (FICA). The increase, which went
into effect, January 1st, is the result of
the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012
passed by Congress. The law increases
the employee – paid portion of Social Security from 4.2 to 6.2 percent. The employer contribution to Social Security remains
at 6.2 percent. The total Social Security
tax is 12.4 percent. Also, co-payments
for some services have been increased.
Early voting for school board elections
begins on Friday, January 11th. Voters will
choose APS (Albuquerque Public Schools)
Board of Education members in districts
3,5,6,7 and will be asked to approve a
$368 million bond and mil levy package to
build and maintain schools. January 10,
2013.
www.createnow.org
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9. Fireplace Bellow – How To Make A
Bellow
10. Cement
11. Fracking
12. Prairie Dog
13. Arabian Horses
14. Actinopterygians
15. Teak Wood
16. Wooly Mammoth
17. Tropical Rain Forests
18. N.E.S.A.R.A.
19. U.F.O. – History, Past and Present
20. Blow Fish
English and Grammar Tips Of The
Month
WHAT ARE THESE WORDS CALLED;
Words that sound alike but have different meanings?
1. Be -Bee
2. See - Sea
3. Eye – I
4.Pea - Pee
5. Tea - Tee
6. Blue - Blew
Those services include, but may not be
limited to; co-payments for some services
have increased. Those services include:
Urgent care visits – from $40 to $50
Specialist visits – from $35 to $40
Outpatient surgery – from $100 to $250
Emergency room visits – from $120 to
$150
Advanced radiology – from $60 to $100
Brand drugs minimum/maximum co-pay
increase of $5
Specialty drug co-pay increase of from $90
to $100 (out-of-pocket maximum increased
from $750 to $1,000).
Just to name a few.
The 55th Annual 2013 Grammy Awards will be held at
the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on February 10, 2013. This year the competition is stiffer than
ever with Jay-Z, KIMYE excuse me, I mean ……Kanye
West, Fun, Mumford & Sons as well as Frank Ocean
leading the nominees. In addition to the front runners,
Kelly Clarkson has 4 nominations, Taylor Swift has 3
nominations, Carly Rae Jepsen has 2 nominations,
here is the full list of the nominees for that night:
HHMI VIRTUAL VJ: Christy
Another year has come and gone already? I have
already started making out my Christmas list for
next Christmas. Is time literally moving faster or is it
just me? My goodness, where did the time go? For
one thing, I am glad that nothing happened to us on
December 21, 2012, like those doom day believers
were reporting. The New Year parties were jumping
around town,
Barcelona Suites, located on 900 Louisiana Boulevard, Albuquerque had a “New Years throw down”,
Sandia Casino (Exit Tramway on Interstate 25 - North)
Albuquerque, New Mexico was packed to the max…
you couldn’t even see the floor people were packed
in so tight. While making my rounds on New Years’
night, reporting on where all of the hot parties where I
managed to locate some heavy partying at quite a few
spots around town on New Years’ night:
The “FIGUEROA PROJECT”: New Year Eve In Vienna
– 1701 Fourth Street SW – ABQ, Downtown
(505) 246-2261
“The FIGUEROA MUSIC PROJECT” will present the
music of Viennese masters. Come and hear Mozart,
Beethoven, Schubert and Strauss. There will be
waltzes, polkas and Hungarian dances. The concert
begins at 8:00pm. Tickets are $22-$60 for an additional
$20 join the artists after the performance with complimentary hors d’oeuvres and wine for Casa Rondena.
First Friday Bash @ CROWNE PLAZA
1901 University, NE – ABQ – (Campus area)
The 10th annual Old Skool New Year Eve Bash takes
place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Doors open @
8:30pm. Enjoy an evening of dance and music. Tickets are $35 individually in advance or $45 the day of.
Tables can be reserved for 10 to 15 people. Taxes not
included. Tickets can be purchased online.
HOTEL ANDALUZ – 125 Second Street, NW (505)
242-9090
The New Year Eve dance party at STUDIO 54 ABQ
runs from 9:00pm – 2am. Doors open at 7:00pm. The
annual studio 54 New Year Eve Party is the place to
see and be seen. Party includes: DJ party favors and
a champagne toast to remember. Tickets are $35 per
person.
Casino Hollywood – Hagen Road, San Felipe –
PUEBLO
Blackbird Buvette – Central Ave. – New Years Eve
extravaganza begins at 10:00pm
I see that it is about that time again for the wildest
award show on television today. I won’t even dampen
the mood discussing last years’ tragedy. This year’s
55th Annual 2013 Grammy Award is going to be a fight
to the music finish line. It is anyone’s guess who will
win this year? As always, Jay-Z and KIMYE, excuse
me, I mean Kayne is out in front as usual….you can
check out the list yourself, here it is for your eyes only:
THE GRAMMYS 2013
Album of the Year
» The Black Keys - El Camino
» Fun. - Some Nights
» Mumford & Sons - Babel
» Frank Ocean - Channel Orange
» Jack White - Blunderbuss
Record of the Year
» The Black Keys - "Lonely Boy"
» Kelly Clarkson - "Stronger"
» Fun. feat. Janelle Monae - "We Are Young"
» Gotye feat. Kimbra - "Somebody That I Used to Know"
» Frank Ocean - "Thinkin Bout You"
» Taylor Swift - "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
Best New Artist
» The Alabama Shakes
» Fun.
» Hunter Hayes
» The Lumineers
» Frank Ocean
Best Pop Vocal Album
» Kelly Clarkson - Stronger
» Florence and the Machine - Ceremonials
» Fun. - Some Nights
» Maroon 5 - Overexposed
» Pink - The Truth About Love
Song of the Year
» Ed Sheeran - "The A Team"
» Miguel - "Adorn"
» Carly Rae Jepsen - "Call Me Maybe"
» Kelly Clarkson - "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)"
» Fun. - "We Are Young"
Best Pop Solo Performance
» Adele - "Set Fire to the Rain (Live)"
» Kelly Clarkson - "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)"
» Carly Rae Jepsen - "Call Me Maybe"
» Katy Perry - "Wide Awake"
» Rihanna - "Where Have You Been"
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
» Florence and the Machine - "Shake It Out"
» Fun. - "We Are Young"
» Gotye feat. Kimbra - "Somebody That I Used to Know"
» LMFAO - "Sexy and I Know It"
» Maroon 5 - "Payphone"
Best Dance Recording
» Avicii - "Levels"
» Calvin Harris feat. Ne-Yo - "Let's Go"
» Skrillex feat. Sirah - "Bangarang"
» Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin - "Don't You Worry
Child"
» Al Walser - "I Can't Live Without You"
Best Dance/Electronic Album
» Steve Aoki - Wonderland
» The Chemical Brothers Don't Think
» deadmau5>Album Title Goes Here<
» Kaskade Fire & Ice
» Skrillex Bangarang
Best Rock Performance
» Alabama Shakes - "Hold On"
» The Black Keys - "Lonely Boy"
» Coldplay - "Charlie Brown"
» Mumford & Sons - "I Will Wait"
» Bruce Springsteen - "We Take Care of Our Own"
- "I Will Wait"
Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance
» Anthrax - "I'm Alive"
» Halestorm - "Love Bites (So Do I)"
» Iron Maiden - "Blood Brothers"
» Lamb of God - "Ghost Walking"
» Marilyn Manson - "No Reflection"
» Megadeth - "Whose Life (Is It Anyways?)"
Best Rock Song
» Jack White - "Freedom at 21"
» Mumford & Sons - "I Will Wait"
» The Black Keys - "Lonely Boy"
» Muse - "Madness"
» Bruce Springsteen - "We Take Care of Our Own"
Best Rock Album
» The Black Keys, El Camino
» Muse, The 2nd Law
» Coldplay, Mylo Xyloto
» Bruce Springsteen, Wrecking Ball
» Jack White, Blunderbuss
Best Alternative Music Album
» Fiona Apple, The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than the Driver of the
Screw and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes
MUSIC NEWS
Will Ever Do
» Bjork, Biophilia
» Gotye, Making Mirrors
» M83, Hurry Up, We're Dreaming
» Tom Waits, Bad As Me
Best R&B Performance
» Estelle - "Thank You"
» Robert Glasper Experiment feat. Ledisi - "Gonna Be Alright
(F.T.B.)
» Luke James - "I Want You"
» Miguel - "Adorn"
» Usher - "Climax"
Best Traditional R&B Performance
» Anita Baker - "Lately"
» Beyonce - "Love on Top"
» Melanie Fiona - "Wrong Side of a Love Song"
» Gregory Porter - "Real Good Hands"
» SWV - "If Only You Knew"
Best Urban Contemporary Album
» Chris Brown, Fortune
» Miguel, Kaleidoscope Dream
» Frank Ocean, Channel Orange
Best R&B Album
» Robert Glasper Experiment, Black Radio
» Anthony Hamilton, Back To Love
» R. Kelly, Write Me Back
» Tamia, Beautiful Surprise
» Tyrese, Open Invitation
Best Rap Performance
» Drake feat. Lil' Wayne - "HYFR (Hell Ya F---ing Right)"
» Jay-Z & Kanye West - "N---as In Paris"
» Nas - "Daughters"
» Kanye West feat. Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz - "Mercy"
» Young Geezy feat. Jay-Z & Andre 3000 - "I Do"
Best Rap/Song Collaboration
» Flo Rida feat. Sia - "Wild Ones"
» Jay-Z & Kanye West feat. Frank Ocean & The-Dream - "No
Church in the Wild"
» John Legend feat. Ludacris - "Tonight (Best You Ever Had)"
» Nas feat. Amy Whinehouse - "Cherry Wine"
» Rihanna feat. Jay-Z - "Talk That Talk"
Best Rap Song
» Nas - "Daughters"
» Wale feat. Miguel - "Lotus Flower Bomb"
» Kanye West Featuring Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz "Mercy"
» Drake feat. Lil' Wayne - "The Motto"
» Jay-Z & Kanye West - "N---as In Paris"
» Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa Featuring Bruno Mars - "Young,
Wild & Free"
Best Rap Album
» Drake, Take Care
» Lupe Fiasco, Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap
Album, Pt. 1
» The Roots, Undun
» Nas, Life Is Good
» Rick Ross, God Forgives, I Don't
» 2 Chainz, Based on a T.R.U. Story
Best Country Song
» Carrie Underwood - "Blown Away"
» Ronnie Dunn -"Cost of Livin' "
» Eli Young Band - "Even If It Breaks Your Heart"
» Alan Jackson - "So You Don't Have to Love Me Anymore"
» Eric Church - "Springsteen"
Best Country Solo Performance
» Dierks Bentley - "Home"
» Eric Church - "Springsteen"
» Ronnie Dunn - "Cost of Livin' "
» Hunter Hayes - "Wanted"
» Blake Shelton - "Over"
» Carrie Underwood - "Blown Away"
Best Americana Album
» The Avett Brothers, The Carpenter
» John Fullbright, From the Ground Up
» The Lumineers, The Lumineers
» Mumford & Sons, Babel
» Bonnie Raitt, Slipstream
Best Blues Album
» Shemekia Copeland, 33 1/3
» Dr. John, Locked Down
» Ruthie Foster, Let It Burn
» Heritage Blues Orchestra, And I Still Rise
» Joan Osborne, Bring It on Home
WOW, I am going to have to go to bed earlier in the day, just to
be up long enough to watch all of this……, My friends want to
have a “champagne party”, more like “a coffee caffeine party”.
That’s one long list!!
Moving right along, HHMI will be presenting a very talented
young man by the name of Harold Whaley….this guy is “Awesome” with a capital “A”. Finally, music without commercials.
And what I like most about tuning into listening to Harold is that,
you know who you are listening too…because he lists the name
of the artist, and the name of the song. Finally, someone who
gives the people what they want, the name of the artist that they
are listening to while they are hearing the music!
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THE JOCKEYS CORNER
“AND THEY’RE OFF!!”
Pictured above is Albuquerque Downs Race
Track – Starter: James Telford in a crisp plaid
shirt –
HAPPY NEW YEAR , James. James is the
Father of our very own Jami Telford of “Hobbies
And Horses© featured by HHMI

Facts About Jockeys
COIL wins the grade 2, $150,250
San Pasqual stakes at San Pasqual.
Coil’s victory was his seventh in 14
lifetime races to go with two seconds
and three thirds. He ends his career
with earnings totaling more than
$1,154,360.
HAPPY NEW YEAR from Wayne Conwell ,
Director of Racing Albuquerque Downs Race
Track -Albuquerque, New Mexico

HORSE RACING NEWS
Rick Dutrow – Albany, New York –
The New York courts refused to hear
another appeal by Dutrow, who was a
Kentucky Derby winning trainer. Rick
Dutrow was banned for 10 years for
drug violations
GULF STREAM TURF – Gulfstream
will end it 2012-2013 meet on April 5th
Calder Race Track begins the 2013
season on April 6th
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Northfield Park – Post time changes –
Post time at Northfield Park has been
moved from 7:00pm to 30 minutes
earlier @ 6:30pm.
Chapter Seven comes out on top for
2012 season – The Four year old male
beauty was crowned “Horse Of The
Year”.

Pictured above from left to right are Jockeys:
Dennis M. Collins and John Rochabrun waiting
to mount their horses.
Jockeys typically range in height from
about 4’10” to 5’6”
All jockeys must have a riding license
in the state where they are racing.



Albuquerque Downs Valet: Terry L. Gard carries
the jockeys’ saddle back to the “PADDOCK”
area to get ready for the next race.
Pictured above is Jockey John Rochabrun, waiting for the signal to mount his horse. Sample of
House colors

As you can see from the photograph, jockeys
come in all shapes and sizes. Good Luck with
your race fellas!
Betty “PINK HAT” Rader (Horse Trainer) and
Jockey Carl “The Truth” Williams talk before
the race. That must have been some chat session…….because they won that race.
Jockeys are not subject to height limits, just weight limits.
When a jockey wins a race he is
“weight” at the Clerk of Scales station
The average jockey weighs from 108118 pounds.
Jockeys are responsible for their own
riding equipment.
The standard riding equipment for
a jockey consists of helmet, pants,
boots, saddle, gloves, upper body
protection vest, and crop.
Pictured above: Jockey Carl “The Truth” Williams is seen in a protective body vest and helmet. Williams knows all to well the importance
of “protective body gear”. Carl took a “spill” in a
riding accident several years ago. When asked
whether or not the protective gear was effective…he stated the “protective gear “saved my
life several years ago.
The jockeys’ top jackets are normally
divided into two categories which are
owner colors and house colors.

HAPPY NEW YEAR – 2013 
From: Rick Thedford : Jockey Race Stylist
Be sure to read the informative in
depth interview that Mr. Thedford gave
readers in the December 2012 issue
of HHMI.

(Pictured is Jockey Jackie Bobroff dressed in
the standard jockey attire)
Above photograph is an example of Horse
Owner “BRAND” Color and Style design
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ADULT NITE LIFE
Night Club Listings
1. NEW YORK
NEW YORK CITY
Santos Party House
96 Lafayette Street
(Chinatown)/Tribeca
Santos Party House located on lower
Manhattan is a two story, 8000 square
foot party venue. The Party House plays
different music on two floors. Great atmosphere. No Cover charge at the door!
Music played – Top hits, reggae and hip
hop. Mixed crowd. Cheap drinks. 21 and
up club primarily however during the earlier
hours Santos Party House caters to the 18
and over crowd.
2. LOS ANGELES
AVALON
1735 N. Vine Street
Hollywood, CA
(323) 462-8270
www.avalonhollywood.com
AVALON has both DJs and live bands on
two separate dance floors. 18 plus on
Thursday and Friday. Stays open all night,
Saturday, with a separate after hours club
on Fridays. www.avalonhollywood.com
5.HAWAII
Nashville Waikiki Night Club
2330 Kuhio Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96815
(808)926-7911
Nashville Waikiki Nightclub-Country music
atmosphere. Described as the country
western and classic rock saloon of Hawaii.
Nashville Waikiki Night Club features live
entertainment five nights a week no cover
charge. Drink specials throughout the
evening. Casino nights
6. ALASKA
CHILKOOT CHARLIE’S
1068 Firewood Lane – Suite A
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
(907) 279-1692
Fax: (907) 272-7519
The world famous CHILKOOT CHARLIE’S
opens at 11:30 am every day.7 days a
week, 365 days a year. CHILKOOT’S is
located under the windmill in Spenard.







3.MIAMI
Mango’s Tropical Café
900 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, Florida
305-673-4422
www.mangos.com
TOURIST CLUB
Hours: 11am – 5am
21 plus - Menu and Take Out., Parking
Valet or Street, Attire: Casual, Reservations Available, Waiter service, Good For
Late Night, Happy Hour, Smoking, Coat
check, Has TV, wheelchair accessible, No
Dogs Allowed.
LUCKY LOUNGE
209 West 5th Street
Austin, Texas
(512) 479-7700
Theluckylounge.com
Sky Lounge
416 Congress Avenue
Austin, Texas 78701
(512) 542-0029
2.skyaustin.com
8. COLORADO
DENVER COLORADO
CLUB VINYL
Viernes De Reventon @ Vinyl
1082 Broadway
Boulder, CO
(303) 860-8469
Three level dance club right off Broadway spinning fantastic salsa, meringue,
bachata, reggaeton, latin house, hip hop,
r&b and more.
4.NORTH CAROLINA
City Limits Saloon
901 Tryon Hill Drive
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603
(919) 829-3939
Hours:Thurs-Sat (9pm – 2am) Friday –
8pm – 2am
Outdoor seating, parking-Private Lot, good
for groups, DJ and Live music, best nights
Thurs. & Fridays . No Happy Hour. Full Bar
– Smoking outside only. No Coat check.
Wheelchair accessible.


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7. TEXAS
ELEPHANT ROOM
315 Congress Avenue
Austin, Texas 78701
(512) 473-2279
Elephantroom.com
What a smooth operator. The drinks and
the music both seem to go down quite
smoothly at the Elephant Room. The
Austin Texas night club was presented
with a “Resolution” from the state Senate
recognizing the “Elephant Room” as one of
the top 10 jazz venues in the country. Live
music on stage nightly. Cover charge on
weeknites.
GRIZZLY ROSE
5450 N. Valley Highway
Denver, CO 80216
(303) 295-1330
Live Music Club


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201 Woodland Avenue
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615-780-3099
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22,000 square foot venue. On premises
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ELEGANCE
Blurr Nightclub has launched a new VIP
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Blurr Nightclub— (215) 922-3020
29 S.Bank St
Philadelphia, PA 19106
http://www.blurrphilly.com
Club Discounts and Coupons
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special:
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21 to drink,$3 Three Olive Drinks & $2
beers,Show tex @ Door for Reduced
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7800 East Hampden Ave, Denver, CO
(303) 740-9556
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2225 Gunbarrel Road
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421
(other locations in Georgia and Florida)
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Blast From The Past
Billboard List 2001
13. Stutter – Joe featuring Mystikal http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=K7eIrIG9j2k
14. It’s Been Awhile – Staind
15. U Remind Me – Usher
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=Bxau9B3jOHM
16. Where The Party At – Jagged Edge featuring Nelly
17. Angel – Shaggy http://
www.youtube.com/
watch?v=emeWjawS1eY
Billboard Top 100 Hits from
2001 - “Do you remember the
time?”….
18. Ride wit Me – Nelly featuring City Spud
1. Hanging by A Moment – Lifehouse
19. Follow Me – Uncle Kracker http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=0Gjx-ZQuQ_Y
2. “Fallin” - Alicia Keys
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=Urdlvw0SSEc – Video
Square
3. “All For You” – Janet Jackson http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=H2KabvvLF7M
4. Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me) –
Train http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=7Xf-Lesrkuc
5. I’m Real – Jennifer Lopez featuring Ja Rule
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=Sjx9oSJDAVQ
6. If You’re Gone – Matchbox –
Twenty
7. Let Me Blow Ya Mind – Eve
featuring Gwen Stephani
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=56586fPRmBw
8. Thank You – Dido
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=1TO48Cnl66w
20. Peaches and Cream – 112
21.Drive – Incubus http://
www.youtube.com/
watch?v=fgT9zGkiLig
22. What Would You Do? – City
High
23. Survivor – Destiny’s Child
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=f9IhNjk6IXU
24. Lady Marmalade – Christina Aguilera, Lil Kim, Mya and
Pink http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=4tw5GYxTNXw
25. Ms. Jackson – Outkast
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=dIafqErL3TM
26. Love Don’t Cost A
Thing – Jennifer Lopez
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=4kGvlESGvbs
tube.com/watch?v=RV-Z1YwaOiw
33. Southside – Moby featuring
Gwen Stephani http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWiJiqhOwU
34. Don’t Tell Me – Madonna
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=ioC_JrQ0Fys
35. Get Ur Freak On – Missy
Elliot
36. Crazy – K-Ci and JoJo
37. Fill Me In – Craig David http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=jdcmM9T8vD4
38. Someone To Call My Lover
– JANET http://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=wE6LsoHKWGI
39. With Arms Wide Open –
Creed http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=cRrdP8bUZI4
40. Case of the Ex – Mya
41. All or Nothing – O-Town
42. Bootylicious – Destiny’s
Child
43. I’m Like A Bird – Nelly
Furtado http://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=roPQ_M3yJTA
44. Kryptonite – 3 Doors Down
45. Fiesta – R. Kelly featuring
Jay Z
46. When it’s Over – Sugar Ray
47. Jaded – Aerosmith
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=Rw5C63blrMg
27. The Way You Love Me –
Faith Hill http://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=o8EamHKpdrM
48. Promise- Jagged Edge
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=rbe_94orQiA
28. He Loves You Not - Dream
49. Missing You – Case
10. Independent Women – Destiny’s Child http://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=enaXzyTFZgc
29. Butterfly – Crazy Town
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=mSw8Dj-GP4w
50. Difference – Ginuwine
11. Hit Em Up Style
(Ooops!) Blu Cantrell
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=LMOKlXfXn50
30. Put It On Me _ Ja Rule featuring Lil Mo and Vita
9. Again – Lenny Kravitz
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=eW2qlKa6oHw
12. It Wasn’t Me – Shaggy
featuring Rikrok - http://
www.youtube.com/
watch?v=ngGgcnJL5G4
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31. Family Affair – Mary J.
Blidge http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=OmF6EaQFIQg
32. I Hope You Dance – Lee
Ann Womack http://www.you-
51. This I Promise You – N
Sync http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=6thmPrTxBtI
52. Izzo (H.O.V.A.) Jay-Z
53. Superwoman – Pt. II – Lil’
Mo featuring Fabulous
54. Crazy For This Girl – Evan
and Jaron
55. Nobody Wants To Be Lonely
– Ricky Martin and Christina
Aguilera http://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=g6aQTiqV4Vs
56. I Just Wanna Love U (Give
It 2 Me) Jay-Z
57. One Minute Man – Missy
Elliott featuring Ludacris
58. Danger (Been So Long) –
Mystikal featuring Nivea
59. Only Time Enya
60. I Do – Toya http://
www.youtube.com/
watch?v=MAEdWuzP0_Y
61. Never Had A Dream Come
True S Club 7
62. Stranger In My House –
Tamia http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=3C0TLCVv2Y8
63. Irresistible – Jessica Simpson http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=-qCDypgAV_E
64. Heard It All Before – Sunshine Anderson
65. The Space Between
– Dave Matthews Band
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=H67uEgRZs2Y
66. There You’ll Be – Faith
Hill http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=9QuInFGeV8Y
67. Love – Musiq Soulchild
68. It’s Over Now – 112
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=0vncOE5JICc
88. It’s A Great Day To Be AliveTravis Tritt
76. Austin – Blake Shelton
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=bb1DTsxBOfE
89. I’m A Thug – Trick Daddy
77. Southern Hospitality – Ludacris
91. You Shouldn’t Kiss
Me Like This – Toby Keith
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=zwV2VM54CYA
78. Grown Men Don’t Cry – Tim
McGraw http://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=hbyAVULSdkU
79. Livin It Up – Ja Rule featuring Case
80. Lover Boy – Mariah Carey
featuring Cameo
81. Contagious – The Isley
Brothers featuring R. Kelly &
Chante Moore
82. Who I Am – Jessica Andrews http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=Jd9zYKLepCw
83.Music - Erik Sermon featuring Marvin Gaye http://www.
youtube.com/watch?v=fle-zebSXNc
84. I Wanna Be Bad – Willa
Ford
85. Don’t Happen Twice – Kenny Chesney
86. One More Day – Diamond
Rio
87. I Wish – R. Kelly
90. Here’s To The Night – Eve 6
92. Get Over Yourself – Eden’s
Crush
93. Dance With Me – Debelah
Morgan
94. So Fresh So Clean – Outkast
95. E.I. Nelly
96. Be Like That – 3 Doors
Down http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=HHpMtWtgUvc
97. Most Girls – Pink
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=UWJ_P-TdEJ0
98. Oochie Wally – Nas and
Bravehearts
99. Hero- Enrique Iglesias
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=koJlIGDImiU
100. Hemorrhage ( In
My Hands) – Fuel http://
www.youtube.com/
watch?v=ZbHfgXJKn1Y
FREE PHOTO POST
69. No More (Baby I’m A Do
Right) 3LW
70. Turn Off The Light – Nelly
Furtado http://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=kOL7aeIDruA
71. Ain’t Nothing ‘bout
You – Brooks and Dunn
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=SpJdhC5E8Vg
72. Play - Jennifer Lopez
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=tFuw-YZaTNo
73. I’m Already There – Lonestar http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=1jm5gfuT9Z4
Favorite Photo Sent In By: Franchesca Madril –
Landscape photographer, music artist
Place: Tijeras, New Mexico
Thought of the Day
Land Scape Photography By: Franchesca Madril
Place: Traveling across the United States
Name Of Photograph: Man Versus Nature
74. My Baby – Lil Romeo
75. Beautiful Day – U2
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HHMI
SHOUT
OUTS
To: Mr. Alfred Cox
From: Susanne B. Sutherby
Come by the house and pick up your
Christmas present.
San Diego, California
To: Dookie
From: Tamara P.
Happy New Year!! New Year resolution – Stop Smoking a/s/a/p.
Nashville, Tennessee
To: Hazel Clutchfield
From: Darian Smith
Girl, I am truly in love!!!!! We can I see
u again!
“HOT LANTA”, Georgia that Is!
To: Danielle Banks
From: Jasper “The Dragon” Miller
Happy New Year…my love… C U @
The Party!!! I heard about your dress
Detroit, Michigan
To: Buffey “ The Gorgeous One”
Taylor
From: Raymond Carney
Girlfriend, we are going steady!!
Buffalo, New York
To: Monday Donnelly
From: Dickson B.
Love and Kisses!!! And Happy New
Year!!
OREGON – USA
To: ALL
From: HHMI
HAPPY NEW YEAR.
FROM THE EXECUTIVE STAFF OF
Haule Haule Magazine, Inc.
Las Vegas, Nevada USA
To: Axel P.
From: Handi Mandi
That was one wild night of partying. “What goes on in Vegas stays in
Vegas”! I hope that it is true for your
sakes.
Philly, PA (Home of the Philly Cheese
Steak)
To: The Global Family
From: The Universal Mother
May 2013 be loving, prosperous and
enlightening for all!!!
New York City USA
To: Muffin
From: Jillie
I love you!!! Thanks for being my
BFF!!
Madison, Wisconsin
To: Mrs. Kolbie W. Oxford
From: Mr. Kolbe W. Oxford
My Beautiful Wife. Happy Anniversary!!! And Happy New Year!! I
Love You!
Boston, Massachusetts
To: Maxine Benson
From: Oliver Stockton
Happy New Year, gorgeous….Saw
you at the New Year party, shaking
your tail feathers!!! Rock on Sista!
Birmingham Alabama
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To: Tracey Alston
From: BEE GEE Brown
Maxwell bought Cher a car for Christmas. She drove it to the club. That
car is hot…hot…hot!!!
I could believe it when I saw it the
other night. She is a lucky young lady.
I hope that she appreciates him!!
Tampa, Florida
To: T J Holly
From: Bumble Bee Taylor
My New Years’ resolution is to stay at
leave 50 feet from your bad breath.
Boyfriend “CERTS”
Mississippi – USA
To: Matthew Kenney
From: Jasmine Cox
Her Girl, meet me at the cabin. Pick
up your tickets, they are at the airport.
Ya heard!!
Colorado – (Waiting In The Snow)
To: HHMI/Haule Haule Magazine, Inc.
From: Horse Jockey Carl “The Truth”
Williams
Happy New Year
“TURF” Arizona USA
To: Hammie
From: Jill Beecham
I Love You and Thanks for the “beautiful” coat that you gave me!!! Love it!
Love It! Love It!
Illinois – USA
To: David Asby
From: Melanie Stamms
Boyfriend, you can snore your “A#$”
off. Who knew!! (SMILE)
Hammond, Louisiana
To: Mazelle Davis
From: Lander Moore
Girl, you are the one for me….Happy
New Years!
Bronx, New York
To: HHMI/Haule Haule Magazine
From: Camille Telford & Family
Happy New Year
Texas USA
To: Lisa Oakley
From: HHMI
Happy New Year and thanks for all of
your efforts!
Las Vegas, Nevada
To: Jo Jo
From: Trixie Morris
Meet me at the airport on Monday.
Email me.
Dallas, Texas
To: Chasity
From: KiKi Simmons
I saw you at the nite club with Brandon. He’s tall, dark and handsome.
Kansas
To: Lillian S. David
From: Jessy Jamison
Holidays are here. What are you going
to get Lilly??
Myrtle Beach, SC
To: Stacey W.
From: Daley Mattison
Did you apologize to Monica for messing up her hair. What color was her
hair sopposed to be? Concerned.
North Carolina
To: Billi Jean and Corey
From: Annie Jean Dillion
Congratulations Ivey, “on your new
baby girl” Kelly Samantha. You and
Corey should be proud. She is beautiful.
Wyoming
To: Madison Suzette Morris
From: Jason Ansley Stamos
“Will You Marry Me”! I want to be with
you forever.!”
Michigan
To: Rachel Samantha Greenly
From: Jeffrey Thomas Vann
“Will You Marry Me”…You Are The
Love Of My Life!!
Alaska
To: Delia
From: Kelly Patterson
Hey Delia, who did your models portfolio? It’s awesome!
North Carolina
To: Bumpie
From: Carmen S.
That was some vacation! I can’t wait
until next year girl!
South Carolina
To: Connie Frances Bell
From: Dale Peterson and Family
Our Deepest Sympathy for your recent
loss.
Utah – USA
To: Steve Nugget
From: Natalie Corgie
Hey Stevie, well, I will be shipping out
next month. I will be going to Texas.
Hopefully, you can get a tour assignment there also. If we’re lucky. It will
be hard for me not to see you!
North Carolina
To: Little Moe Moe
From: Boo Boo McBride
The friendship ring is quite beautiful. I
never knew that you felt this way. But,
I’m glad!
Little Rock, Arkansas USA
To: Daphyne Boots
From: Crystal Samuels – Scott
Daphyne Boots, I know that you are
cheating on my brother. I saw your
car parked on the corner of Ralph Ave.
In Brooklyn, around by ”Skeets”….
What’s his name again? Oh, I forgotFrankie!!
From your Use-T-Be- Sister in law
Crown Heights, Brooklyn
To: Garelle Dempsey
From: Amanda Jeffs
Garelle, you seem to be having a hard
time in Louisiana. Bill told me everything. You can come and live with me
if you like. Can’t stand 2 c u stressin
Love always
Kentucky
To: Carrie Anne Miller
From: Mom, Millie Ann Miller
I took your allowance back. I told you
to clean your room, not to stuff your
things n the back of your closet all
balled up! U are grounded, Missy, until
you clean your room!!! And I know
that you will read this as well…!!!
Santa Fe, New Mexico
To: Ms. Mack (6th Grade Home Room
Teacher)
From: Debbie, Robbie, Sam, Hershel,
Jasper, Lynsie, Junior
Happy Holidays and Happy New
Year!!!
Arizona – USA
To: Macie
From: Annie Hall
Happy Holidays and God Bless You
Always
Cincinnati, Ohio
To: Jarelle Mansfield
From: Stuart Billingsford
“Will U Go 2 The Prom With Me?
Nebraska – “Too Damn Cold” USA
To: The Pig Kuckle Farm Community
From: The Guildord Club/ Dale King
The hay ride pick up will be in the
same place this year, at old man
Prichard’s General Store. Route 20 dirt
road south.
Rainbow – USA
To: Gillian Beckford
From: Grandma Steffie
Congrats on your promotion at work.
Your Brooks Brothers suit is in the
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