'Follow The Sun' is the first offering from Xavier Rudd since his 2010 release 'Koonyum Sun'. The clip was filmed on location at Stradbroke Island, Queensland Australia. Film clip directed & edited by Nikki Michail - www.sustainabledreaming.org Filmed by Anthony Broese & Nikki Michail / Colour grade by Joe Lancaster at Chop Shop Post, Brisbane / Additional bird & dolphin images from Barry Brown at Howling Planet / Editors Assistant - Anthony Broese. Full respect to the country & community of Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island. Special thanks to the Yulu Burri Ba Dancers and everyone involved! More info at www.xavierrudd.com
Barcode Jazz Quartet - Featuring: Randy McMillan -Vibes, Ken Cefalo - Guitar, Brian Clark- Bass and Marc Guite - Drums. Bossa Nova-written by Randy McMillan - Modesto CA, contact - email - firstname.lastname@example.org facebook- Randy McMillan
Barcode Jazz Quartet Performing McVillan. A tune dedicated to my evil villain alter ego. Randy McVillan. Featuring: Randy McMillan - Vibraphone, Ken Cefalo - Guitar, Brian Clark - Bass, Marc Guite, Drums. Performed June 14th at the Grand Theatre in Tracy, CA. Original composition by Randy McMillan. Check out my other videos! Filmed by the amazing Manav Bhathal. Randy McMillan contact email- email@example.com.
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“This Week in Torrance” August 3 – 10, 2017 Show #29.17 “This Week in Torrance” CitiCABLE’s weekly news program will present the following coverage for the City of Torrance: NEWS • Torrance Memorial Medical Center earns honors as a top nurse employer in California • City of Torrance offers local businesses tax credit incentives (Edward Mertz Reporting)* • How to maximize your fan’s efficiency this Summer • “This Week in Torrance” receives 2017 Hometown Media Award FEATURES • Torrance Police takes part in the 34th National Night Out Against Crime (Edward Mertz reporting)* • Shakespeare by the Sea performs Macbeth at Wilson Park* • Movies in the Park features “Find Dory”* • Comic Brewery celebrates its first anniversary by collecting donations for children and animals* • Torrance Rose Float Association hosts its 2nd annual luau fundraiser* TORRANCE ADVANTAGE • Phyn Grand Opening in Torrance (Edward Mertz Reporting)* • Alex and Ani Grand Opening at the Del Amo Fashion Center* • Honda releases Clarity Electric car at dealerships • Torrance Marriott plans to host a pool party along with local breweries EDUCATION MATTERS • Torrance Refinery Youth Development program wraps up* • 242th Paramedic class graduates from El Camino College’s Paramedic Training Institute* EVENTS -Shop for Sally -Rock & Roll Cruise Car Show -Concert in the park www.TorranceCA.Gov Shows are archived online at https://www.TorranceCA.Gov/Cable Contact Hibah Samad via email at HSamad@TorranceCA.Gov or call (310) 618-5762 If you have any questions, comments or concerns. *CitiCABLE was there.
After I followed CCSB Policies to have an item placed on the Agenda, and considerable Email traffic back-and-forth with CCSB Staff and Administration, Carol Studdard would not allow me to make the Scheduled Citizen's Request during the December 15, 2011 meeting. I was shocked for Studdard to wait until the last possible second to inform me of the strict adherence to CCSB Policies -- Considering; Studdard allowed me to speak two times during the November Meeting, without giving my address. Gives cause for pause - I had to make known the subject matter for my scheduled presentation; which, was to address the unwritten-policy the CCSB has used to hold "Workshop" Meetings, without allowing public comments. I planned to point out the published CCSB definition of "Special Meeting", should apply to any meeting called by the Superintendent, the Chair or the majority of the Board. CCSB Policy does allow Public Comments during Regular and Special Meetings. The Chair may have an opportunity, in the near future, to rue the day she made the pronouncement to follow the CCSB Policy in such an authoritarian fashion.
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