California very own sons Ariel Pink Haunted Graffiti stood starkly against the sunny commercialism of the festival: Pink, a hugely influential alternative star, appeared frazzled and knotted haired, in front of a band that played lo fi jams packed with thrillingly weird melodies. When some of the crowd did not warm to it, the singer sulked at their antipathy, storming off the stage more than once. At one point he remarked, know you hate me, before coming back to scowl at his band like California last god of unhinged rock, Captain Beefheart..
With pastel tinted lenses the latest hot fashion you don’t even need the sun: Jack Nicholson wore amber tinted lenses to pick up his third Oscar. Leonardo DiCaprio has been seeing his world through rose tinted lenses. Singer Mary J. I’m thinking about the movie “Saturday Night Fever” and John Travolta’s girlfriend, who’s trying so hard to move across the river, to get out of Brooklyn and into Manhattan. And she’s trying to change her speech. She’s trying to get rid of all traces of Brooklyn so she cannot just move out but up, right? Up the socioeconomic ladder, and leave all of Brooklyn behind her.
As part of that process, I’ve seen the enormous popularity at a grassroots level, the interest of our schools, and the early success our schools have been able to have from a recruiting perspective, getting world class coaches, seeing the enthusiasm our campuses have, seeing what a television friendly and attractive sport it is.I’ve got the additional benefit of having two children who play, a son and daughter. I’ve spent a lot of time on weekends on tournament fields seeing first hand the excitement, enthusiasm, and witnessing the explosion of growth that’s happening on the grassroots level, particularly on the West Coast, and seeing the deep pool of talent. And frankly the migration as I talk to parents and coaches, I’m seeing the migration from other sports to lacrosse that it’s gaining favor among certain populations.
Monts (CC ’95) recalls that his own undergraduate experience with the Core Curriculum helped shape his identity a citizen of the world. Now on the other side of the classroom, his teaching of the Core to Community Impact’s GED students is no less significant. “It has been an amazing exchange of ideas,” Monts said.
Now things could change. Billions of dollars in foreign aid offer a rare chance at reinventing health care. And one tiny hospital may serve as a model. The sight of them brings to mind sun and beaches and cafes, Audrey (Hepburn), Jack (Nicholson) and the (French) Riviera or possibly the (Swiss) Alps. Their glamour quotient lingers from the days when few of us could afford to travel. They are the absolute antithesis of work..