Fawn, Songirl, Recording Artist Fawn To Release First Single Since Her Billboard Top Ten Hit Song, “Wish U Love”
Hit Singer/Songwriter and Recording Artist Fawn is releasing her first electronic music single since her Billboard Dance hit song, “Wish U Love”on April 23, 2013.
On Thursday, April 11, 2013 World Wide Vital Marketing & Public Relations announced that hit singer/songwriter and recording artist Fawn, also known as ‘Songirl’ is releasing her first electronic music single since her Billboard Dance song “Wish U Love” went to #6 on the Billboard Dance charts January 2, 2010. http://www.billboard.com/charts/2010-01-02/danceclub-play-songs
On Tuesday, April 23, 2013 progressive house label, Silk Digital Records will release a song written and performed by Fawn entitled “Solitude.” Produced by Digital Sixable, the luxurious track is in a different genre of electronica than her previous Billboard hit song ‘Wish U Love.’ Fawn stated, “I’ve been in the studio the past 3 years writing and recording a massive amount of songs and ‘Solitude’ is one of those songs. When I wrote and recorded Solitude, Digital Sixable lived in Los Angeles, CA. Now he lives in New York,” she laughed. “After he settled into New York, he began working on it again.”
Digital Sixable affirmed, “Believe it or not, it took me a long time to produce this song with Fawn. The problem was that her voice was so lush, that I had to keep working to find that perfect musical sound and in the end, I think it became something unique, yet familiar.” He remarked, “I love Fawn’s voice and I am so happy I can find a great groove to go with it. I’m also happy Fawn had the patience and gave me the freedom to use my full creativity to work with her voice.” He concluded, “I hope I can work with her again on a ton more tracks in the future!”
Fawn reflected, “The thing is, he was working with only one verse for a long time, when I realized that the 2nd verse and bridge were missing. I deeply appreciate the fact that he kept the integrity of my entire song intact and made it work. Other producers in the past have left out key lyrics and melodic lines in my songs, which I have found extremely frustrating and disappointing as a songwriter.” She remarked,
“So it may have taken Digital Sixable awhile to get the track done, but in this case, it’s the old saying, ‘good things come to those who wait,’ because I think he did an immensely stellar job with it, and in the end, it doesn’t matter how long it took to finish, it only matters that he created a musical masterpiece.” She continued, “Working with him is a complete joy. He lifts me up, inspires me and makes me want to keep doing my music.” She concluded, “As for all those other songs, I’m releasing an album of piano pieces I composed, as well as a 2 part album of Electro music. These albums were produced by myself, Lasswell, Danny James McCarthy and Chip Charlie and will be released on Stonedef Records this year.”
Silk Sofa’s Max Flyant commented, “Silk Music is honored to work with Fawn and Digital Sixable who have created an incredibly talented and harmonic duo. Their music is always a result of hard work. We are thrilled to launch probably one of their brightest singles called “Solitude” on our Silk Digital Records label later in April. And most importantly, our fruitful cooperation doesn’t end here: be ready to hear more of them later this year on other Silk Music labels.”
This is the 2nd release of chill out music by Fawn and Digital Sixable. Their first song, “Come Back” is on Proton Records and is available on Beatport. ‘Solitude’ will be released through the progressive house label, Silk Digital Records, and “Where Has Your Love Gone” written and performed by Fawn and produced by Digital Sixable will be released later in the year on Silk Sofa Music Imprint.
Youtube video of song:
Solitude Radio Edit:
Wish U Love
Source: World Wide Vital Marketing & Public Relations
Special Story Written By JR for Diversity News Magazine
On Thursday, February 7, 2013 several A-list celebrities and other notables were seen celebrating the grand opening of the Morrison Hotel Gallery at the Sunset Marquis Hotel in West Hollywood at 1200 Alta Loma Rd. in West Hollywood, CA 90069.
Produced by The Press House, the trendy event went from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM and featured the incredible images of some of the best music photographers in the world. Some of the iconic photographers’ works on display in the gallery, and throughout the hotel property are: gallery co-owner Timothy White, gallery co-owner Henry Diltz, Neal Preston, Bob Gruen, among many others.
Also on hand, (featured in the image) about are gallery owners Richard Horowitz and Peter Blachley, along with Julian Lennon, whose work is also a part of the gallery. Also in the picture are Henry Diltz and Timothy White.
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Guests were treated to complimentary h’orderves and drinks, while mixing and mingling through the stellar exhibit. Photographs of several music and celebrity icons included: Ray Charles, John Lennon, The Who, Billy Bob Thornton, Mick Jagger, , Steve Martin, David Bowie, The Beatles,Steve Jobs, Sly Stone, Patti Smith, Miles Davis, Martin Scorsese, Joni Mitchell, John Belushi, John Mellencamp, The Rolling Stones, James Taylor, Frank Zappa, Cher, Carly Simon, Andy Warhol, and many more.
Photos credit to: Ryan Aarstad and FFD Images
On Saturday, February 4, 2012, the San Fernando Valley of the SouthMain Rejuvenation Institute held an open house for it’s grand re-opening, red carpet and ribbon cutting ceremony.
Located at 14545 Friar Street in Van Nuys, CA, and held from 2:00 -5:00pm, the stellar event included delicious hors d’oeuvres and cocktails with an open bar and violinist Krissy Staykova, who played through out the first hour while guests socialized. Master of Ceremonies Noel S.V. Omega said “It’s always a pleasure to support the Southmain Rejuvenation Institute, they do so much for the community.”
Louella D. Eischen, certified Aesthetic Consultant, Aesthetic Director and Operations Director for the Institute explained, “Mastery of the art and science of medical aesthetics is always what we aim for.” She continued, “and excellence in customer service and quality care is our top priority.”
A public prayer and blessing was officiated by Father Ramon Pedro, who also gave a private candlelight blessing in the offices upstairs, distributing holy water through out, after the ribbon was cut. Dr. Apolinar Tiongson and Louella D. Eischen received certificates of recognition from The Filipino American Chamber of Commerce LA and from the office of Tony Cardenas, Councilman, Sixth District, City of Los Angeles.
There were speeches and special performances by Kristine Remigio, a retired Broadway star from the show Miss Saigon, child vocalist ‘Anya’ aka Razel Zapanta, and singer/songwriter Leizl.
“SouthMain Rejuvenation Institute (SRI) Grand Opening event was a huge success. There were a lot of attendees. The receiving area was full of people. The red carpet was covered by a lot of media and professional photographers. All the guests were entertained with singers, and a violinist.
The guests were served with great tasting hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and beverages. Most of the guests went home happy with their free treatments raffle prize give aways. Louella Eischen, Aesthetic Director and Dr. Apolinar Tiongson of SRI were very happy and pleased of the turn out of their Grand Opening.” said Mary Ann R. Omega, Vice President of the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles.
They had door prizes and raffle items which included Laser Rejuvenation sessions, Neuromodulators (e.g. Botox, Dysport), Dermal Fillers such as Restylane, Perlane and Juvederm, Microdermabrasion, Flaxel Sessions, Laser Hair Removal, Weight Loss Sessions and many other items. All of the visiting guests were treated generously by being given a future free laser facial session.
Some of the attendees seen on the red carpet were Dr. Apolinar Tiongson (Medical Director of SouthMain Rejuvenation Institute), Louella D. Eischen (Director of Operations of SouthMain Rejuvenation Institute), Chef Franco de Dominicis (Former Head Chef at the Biltmore-Los Angeles), Father Ramon Pedro, Fawn (Billboard top 10 singer/songwriter), John Palisano (Book author of ‘Nerves’), Liezl (Singer/songwriter), Kristine Remigio (Retired Broadway star from Ms. Saigon, Krissy Staykova (Violinist), Noel S.V. Omega (Master of Ceremonies), Mary Ann Omega (Vice-President Filipino American Chamber of Commerce LA), Patty McCall (Book author Unmasking the Pain Within & Founder P.A.I.N. (Prevention Awareness In Neighborhoods), Jemela A. Nettles (Attorney), Leo Maranan (Chamber Founding Member – Filipino American Chamber of Commerce LA), Rodel Lumanog (President of Filipino American Chamber of Commerce LA), Mary Joy Ramirez (Vice Consul of the Philippine Consulate), Greta Kiley (Patient), Mercedes Palabrica (Patient), Lorna Guiting (Patient), Binky Pagal (SouthMain Staff Nurse), Liza Ramona Deocampo (SouthMain Staff Nurse), Jennifer Japitana (SouthMain Staff Nurse), Jackie Lee (Long time patient), Minette Arriergado (Patient), Joji Sorongon (Patient), Roy & Vangie Taberrah and Ramon Porras (Patient).
The event media, marketing and public relations was handle by World Wide Vital Marketing and Public Relations in association with Diversity News Publications.
About SouthMain Rejuvenation Institute (SRI):
SouthMain Rejuvenation Institute specializes in non-surgical cosmetic procedures. Serving the community since 1999 , SRI main office is in Milpitas, California and has offices in Los Angeles (est. 2008), and San Francisco (est. 2000). All three offices in Milpitas, San Francisco and Los Angeles Offices are all staffed with highly qualified registered nurses and physician providers and equipped with advanced lasers and instruments in order to consistently render quality care. For more information please visit http://www.southmainrejuvenation.com or call (888) 678-SKIN (7546).
About Apolinar Tiongson, M.D.:
Apolinar Tiongson, M.D. is a licensed physician in the State of California. Dr. Tiongson received his medical degree from Southwestern University in Cebu City, Philippines in 1990, completed internship in internal medicine at the New York University Medical Center-Deparment of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in 1994 and residency in anatomic and clinical pathology at the New York Medical College-Metropolitan Hospital Center. After residency, he pursued independent training in aesthetic medicine and all his continuing medical education is exclusively focused on cosmetic dermatology and medical aesthetics. Through the years, he has accumulated intensive specialized training in non-surgical aesthetic procedures including Botox, Dysport, dermal fillers, chemical peels, medical lasers for skin resurfacing, acne treatment and hair removal, radio frequency skin treatments, among others. Since 1999, Dr.Tiongson has personally performed more than 60,000 laser procedures, over 3,000 botox treatments, and almost 1000 injectible dermal filler procedures. Dr. Tiongson as a scientist developed the proven clinicallly-effective APOLINAR skincare line.
Sources: Diversity News Publications, Examiner.com, World Wide Vital Marketing & Public Relations
Photos credit to: Bob Delgadillo Photography, Tzuming Sun and Diversity News Publications.
Editor’s Note: Esteban Steven Escobar contributed to this story. Also we want to congratulate and wish the best with their business to Dr. Apolinar Tiongson and Louella D. Eischen.
Here at Diversity News Magazine, published by Diversity News Publications we would like to congratulate our friend Fawn for been featured recently on the cover page of The BBW Beauties Magazine for the month of August 2011.
“I am completely overwhelmed by it and grateful that some one would think that I was deserving!” said Fawn, recording artist/performer.
To read the entire magazine you can visit The BBW Beauties Magazine at http://issuu.com/bbwbeauties/docs/august_new or click below to expand an read the entire issue. Per The BBW Beauties Magazine editor Brazilia Moda at this time the magazine is only available online but they hope to move forward to produce it online and to give readers the opportunity to buy hard copy of each issue. For those who want to read the official publication blog visit them at http://bbwbeauties1.blogspot.com/
“My friend Fawn RecordingArtist graces the cover of this magazine with a lovely story about her career and passion for animals and children inside. Thanks for mentioning The A Day In My Shoes-pumps and pups for Animal Alliance in the article Fawn! You are so thoughtful always”. Congratulations!! said said Ellen Lavinthal, President, Animal Alliance, an animal rescue and advocacy organization and Co-organizer, Fur Free WeHo campaign.
About Recording Artist Fawn:
Fawn is an award winning ASCAP singer, songwriter, composer and recording artist, who shared the top of the Billboard Dance Charts with Lady Ga Ga, Mariah Carey and Janet Jackson in 2010 with her song ‘Wish U Love’ on Hades/Stonedef Records. Produced by Chad Jack and Tim Letteer, the song made it to #6 on the Billboard charts and was #2 only to Madonna, on the dance/house Masterbeat charts the first 2 months of it’s release. Her music video of the same song, produced by Fawn and directed by Stephan Wozniak, debuted in the top 10 music video charts on MTV’s LOGO Channel alongside Taylor Swift, Beyonce’, Lady Ga Ga, Mariah Carey, Timbaland and Jennifer Lopez. It remained in the top 10 for 5 months and charted at #142 for the Top 200 Hit Dance Songs of 2009. ‘Wish U Love’ was nominated for ‘Best Dance Single’ at the Hollywood Music In Media Awards in 2010 and Fawn was personally nominated for a 2010 Wake Up Award for recognition in inspiring humanity to it’s full potential. In 2009, Fawn won the JPF Music Award for ‘Best Dance Single’ for ‘Wish U Love’ and the JPF Music Award for ‘Best Dance Album’ for “Body Soul and Mind,’ both available on itunes. In 2009 she also won the VH-1 Songwriting award for her soulful song about racism, “Into The Light” and in 2011 won ‘Cover Model Of The Year’ for Large and In Charge Magazine.
Fawn began her entertainment industry career at the ripe age of 6 months old, starring in several National TV Commercials. By the time she was 10 years old, she was doing voice overs and singing commercials. Her first song released when she was a teenager and produced by BT, Brian Transeau (Film Composer for Monster/Fast and Furious), ‘Oneday,’ raised a substantial amount of money and awareness for people with HIV/AIDS. All proceeds from the song were donated to the cause. Her voice and songs have been heard on numerous TV shows, CD Compilations, commercials and films such as The Nathalee Holloway Story, Ugly Betty, Nip/Tuck, Ford, Mazda, Pontiac, Barbie, Ponds, Target, Guiding Light, Lavazza Coffee, The Young and The Restless, 1-800-Missing with Vivica A. Fox, Dead End Falls, and Witchblade, among others.
Fawn is currently writing and recording songs for CSI Miami and Charlie’s Angels and is in the studio finishing up her next electronica album and a piano based compositions album. After that, her goal is to start recording her Traditional Christmas Album made up of original songs and some oldies but goodies
On November 5th, she will be part of a photographic exhibit in Los Angeles, California for the Coffee Table Book ‘A Day In My Shoes: Pumps and Pups’ by photographer Amy Martin-Friedman, with proceeds benefitting Animal Alliance, an animal welfare charity. To book Fawn for your events, you can contact Donna Edwards (Donna Edwards PR) at firstname.lastname@example.org and for press/tv/radio interviews you can contact Alex Leon (World Wide Vital Marketing & Public Relations Inc.) at email@example.com more information visit http://www.Fawnmusic.com or http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2779641/
About BBW Beauties:
They are a community that supports one another in their goal for a healthy lifestyle as well as promoting a positive self image. To join their Facebook fan page visit http://www.facebook.com/bbwbeautiesII
Sources: The BBW Beauties Magazine, Fawn, Diversity News Publications
Photos credit to: The BBW Beauties Magazine,
“Diamonds Not Fur,” a celebrity red carpet charity featuring spcaLA spokesperson & legendary Betty White will be held on Saturday, August 27, 2011 at Club Voyeur located 7969 Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, CA 90046 from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm.
Per Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (spcaLA) Friend for Life, Betty White (actress, comedienne, singer, author & tv personality) will present Diamonds Not Fur Humanitarian Award to spcaLA President, Madeline Bernstein.
The event will include live auction and a performance by “The Mad Musician” with a special performances by “James Torme” and Recording Artist “Fawn.”
Event guests will be able to enjoy appetizers, drinks including non-stop spinning live DJ and the dress attire is Old Hollywood, so dress to impress.
Per event organizers they will have appearances of the hit TV shows “Deal or no Deal,” “America’s Next Top Model,” “Dancing with the Stars,” “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” Playmate of the year Jayde Nicole, TV & radio personality Jessica Hall & supermodel Joanna Krupa and many other celebrities and Hollywood movers and shakers.
The celebrity host committee includes Betty White, Jared Leto, Charlotte Ross, Elaine Hendrix, Scott Elrod, Victor Webster, along with supporters Howie Mandel & David Copperfield.
Some of the Event producers are: Katie Cleary, Ellen Lavinthal, Ben Decker, Shannon Keith, Recording Artist FAWN & auction producer, Avery Roberts.
A portion of the proceeds from the event to benefit spcaLA as well Animal Alliance/Fur Free West Hollywood. Tickets are $100 per person and you can buy them at http://www.diamondsnotfur.com/checkout.php
About Recording Artist Fawn: Fawn is an award winning recording artist and songwriter. Her song “Wish U Love” made it to #6 on the Billboard dance charts and was nominated for the Hollywood Music In Media Awards. Fawn’s songs have been heard in The Natalee Holloway Story, Ugly Betty, Young and The Restless and many more.
She won 2 coveted JPF Music Award For best Dance album and best dance single, and her song Wish U Love made it into the top 150 hit dance songs for 2009.
Her music video of the same song remained in the top music videos for 5 months on MTV’s Logo Channel. For more information about Fawn, visit her official website at http://www.fawnmusic.com/ or her IMDB page at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2779641/
About Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (spcaLA): spcaLA is an independent, nonprofit animal welfare organization serving Southern California since 1877. spcaLA is dedicated to the prevention of cruelty to animals through Education, Law Enforcement, Intervention & Advocacy. Donations run programs and services including Cruelty Investigation, Disaster Animal Response Team, Humane Education and a variety of shelter services. For more information visit http://www.spcala.com/
Sources: Examiner.com, SPCALA.com, DiamondsNotFur.com, Fawnmusic.com
By: Songirl Sez, Special for Diversity News Magazine
Grammy Nominated Electronic and Pop Recording Artist Moby performed a 30 minute acoustic set in Beverly Hills on February 12, 2010 for the PCRM (Physicians Committee For Responsible Medicine) Fundraiser to a crowd of around 300 people.
Guests were shuttled up to the private estate of James Costa, a long time animal rights advocate with tickets going for $50 and the event running from 6-10pm. PCRM is a nonprofit organization founded in 1985 which has led the way for reforms in federal nutrition policies. Opposed to unethical human experiments, they promote and offer alternatives to animal research and testing. About an hour after the fundraiser began, a slide show was shown, with frightening statistics given on the obesity rate in children, stating that 1 in 3 children are now obese and 1 in 5 teens have abnormal cholesteral levels. Data showed a correlation of eating meat with these facts. The average American now eats 75 pounds more meat and 30 pounds more cheese each year, compared to a century ago. PCRM showed a new chart, called the “Power Plate” with four equal corners of Fruits, Grains, Legumes and Vegetables, promoted as “the well-rounded diet that could save your life” from the thepowerplate.org.
The slide show also discussed important animal issues at hand, as well as recent triumphs due to the tenacity, passion and compassion of PCRM. There were disturbing photos of a small squirrel monkey being squished into a narrow tube to be flown up into space for testing of the affects of ionizing radiation to simulate hazards of interplanetary space travel. When the photo was shown of the helpless animal, several gasps were heard in the crowd. Moments later the gasps turned to sighs as the guests were informed that PCRM was able to convince NASA to cancel the proposed monkey radiation experiments.
Shortly after the slide show and stories of triumphs and future areas of concern were shared, recording artist Moby performed an acoustic set. Although his performance was interrupted after just one song by Ady Gil who offered 2 all access Grammy passes, eventually selling to the highest bidder for $8,000, Moby seemed to take the auction intrusion in stride. Once continuing his set, he commented in between songs regarding the continual talking, asking people to go downstairs to chat. Moby played both guitar and piano during his performances, with the highlight being his vocal / acoustic guitar rendition of “Ring Of Fire” originally recorded by the late Johnny Cash.
Notables in attendance were Film makers Shaun Monson and Charles Hambleton, Recording Artists Moby, Fawn and Persia White, Book Authors Rory Freedman and Karen Dawn, Shannon Mann, Jane Valez-Mitchell, Patty Shenker, Ady Gil, Ellen Lavinthal, Robin Torme’, Kristin Bauer, Cindy Landon, Jennifer Landon, Chris DeRose, Libra Max and a host of others.
To donate of find out more about PCRM go to http://www.pcrm.org
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Actresses Tish Roberts and Thushari Jayasekera to Attend David Harrison Levi Grammy Birthday Extravaganza
It’s been called $1,000.000.000 David Harrison Levi Grammy Birthday Extravaganza and it will be held on Wednesday, January 19, 2011.
David Harrison Levi known as USA Celebrity Personal Management – Music Producer is celebrating his Birthday with over 1 million of friends, colleagues, media, family and more at the famous Highlands in the Kodak Theater complex from from 7:00pm – Tomorrow at 2:00 am.
They expect over 87 media outlets (Including yours truly Diversity News Magazine and Hollywood Events Examiner of Examiner.com). This event raises Breast Cancer Awareness. The event will be held at The Highlands located at 6801 Hollywood Blvd 4TH Floor Hollywood, CA 90028.
Some of the entertainers for the event are VH1′s Real Chance of Love – Bands – Gospel Choir and representing the USMC United States Marine Corp Color Guard & Drill Team. Performing live Smitty, Disco International Dance Diva Pepper MaShay. Also performing David Williams, Roxy Darr, Karl Rucker, Ditch – Johnny English, Geppina Scrigna, Minna & Millie, Nathalie Matthews, Anju Indian-Princess, Chris Salvatore, Goward and Maria Amor & The Exoti-Angels Dancers. DJ’s EZ Earl and JMotion.
They will also feature a fashion show coordinate by Parris Harris presenting the models, clothing line and more of Kelvin James, Sydney Collection, Brit Boy, Mercedes Giovanni, Oliventa, Malici, Kiss One, Boi Toy, Forbidden Kiss and Afreaka.
Because this is a birthday and Grammy event the following actors, actress, personalities and recording artists have been announced to be in attendance: Actress Tish Roberts from (“Stand In”, NBC’S hit T.V. show “Community”, “Criminal Minds Suspect Behavior”, “True Blood” and “Lie To Me” with Tim Roth). Also DJ Trevi & DJ D: Fuse may join Ms. Roberts. Another actress attending Thushari Jayasekera who is currently in the role of Pinky on NBC’s Outsourced TV Show. (Outsourced is to air on a new time, at 10:30 pm after 30 Rock, starting Thursday, January 20, 2011 on NBC), and Patty McCall, author of Unmasking the Pain Within.
Additional personalities, celebrities, actress and actors attending are: Fawn (Nominated for the Hollywood In Music Awards 2010), Kris Searle (International Recording Artist and Los Angeles Music Award Winner), Eric Rowland (Recording Artist), Justin Chase (Recording Artist), Rich Williams (President of Inspire U Records), Derek Jameson (Recording Artist), JayR Kalis (Actor), Trey McCurley (Actor), Suniil Sadarangani (Actor, Bollywood to Hollywood), Sean Tucker (Co-Producer for Standard Issue Television), Murray Swanby (Events Host for Planet Salon), Scotty Aspen, Chad Evans, Ryan Pasquelatto, Erik Doyle (Actor), Sexy Christian Yanik (Myspace), Chris Salvatore (Recording Artist), Whitmore, Roth (Recording Artist), Walter Delmar (Actor), Greg McKeon (Actor), Gebe Lopez (Recording Artist), The Perry Twins (Recording Artists; Renowned DJs), Matthew Montgomery (Actor), Steve Callahan (Actor), Brandon Rolph (Civil Rights Activist), Alex Stabler (Marquee Dancer; Cirque Du Soleil), Richard Merrill, Woody Woodbeck (Emmy Nominee), Brian Schulz (Dancer/Performer), Ivan Strada (Recording Artist), Collen Henderson, Andrew Curry (Manager for “KingQueen”), Frankie Morales (Frontiers Magazine), Charles Anthony (WeHo Knights), Jeffrey Paine, Jason Parks, Ernesto J. Higuera (and one guest), Joshua Miller (Dancer/Performer), Brandon Rolph (and four guests), Hector Monseratte (Monseratte Presents), Nelson Melegrito (DIVA), Luke Nero (Club Promoter; Mr. Black), Tyrone Power (celebrity-cocoon movies), Carla Power, Ray M. Quiroga (producer/actor), Norma A. G. Quiroga and Michael Quiroga.
Sources tells Diversity News Magazine and Hollywood Events Examiner.com that Dr. John Carvalho, (Advocate for the LGBT Arts, Music and Entertainment Scene; HRC Political Action Committee; CSUDH Senator) help David to bring the artists to the event.
For this free event they just asking people to bring can food & Toys for The Los Angeles Mission, *Kierrah Foundation, Midnight Mission and Toys For Tots.
Dress code of upscale-casual is strictly enforced, though nice jeans are permissible. However, absolutely no athletic or slogan T-Shirts attire are allowed.
About David Harrison Levi – StarMaker:
Born on January 19, He grew up in Beverly Hills, CA and finished his education in Israel. Throughout his life he have worked in the entertainment business industry and knows lots of celebrities. In 1976 he received the name of David Harrison Levi STARMAKER by celebrity clothing designer Mr. Blackwell. After his father’s death, David Harrison Levi and chose to become secluded, he avoided his friends and the public. Since 2009 David Harrison Levi – STARMAKER decided to come back and started making new friends & reestablishing his old friendships. David Harrison Levi, is currently active helping various causes in honor of his sister Rosalind who passed away of Cancer and helping the community for better world. For more information visit http://www.myspace.com/tvcelebrity90210
About The Highlands Hollywood:
The Highlands Hollywood is a one of a kind nighttime experience featuring some of the best panoramic views in Hollywood. The Highlands is a 30,000 square foot, multi-level venue containing The Highlands Nightclub. The club features LA’s hottest DJ’s, sweeping balconies with views of the entire LA basin, plush lounges, and beautiful indoor & outdoor dining areas. For more information visit http://www.thehighlandshollywood.com
*Kierrah Foundation,: may not be an approved non profit organization from CA Attorney General, so your donation may not be tax deductible. Please consult your tax advisor.
Photos: Courtesy of Mr. David Harrison Levi and Facebook
By Songirl Sez, Special For Diversity News
On Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 9:30pm there was a pre-release special screening at the Artivist Film Festival of the documentary “How I Became An Elephant” produced by Jorja Fox and Tim Gorski. Due to incredible demand, the exclusive screening was held in the large movie theater at the Egyptian in Hollywood. The pre-release was originally scheduled for Saturday, December 4th in a smaller theater but was re-scheduled to accommodate a beyond sold-out audience of over 400 enthusiasts.
Directed by Award winning film makers, Tim Gorski and Synthian Sharp, this “Rattle The Cage Productions” documentary tells the heartwarming and heartwrenchheart-wrenching14 year old girl, Juliette West who journeys to Thailand to meet up with Asia’s famed Elephant savior, Lek Chailert. With love in their hearts and determination in their minds, Lek and Juliette set out to rescue the female elephant, Ratree, a severely abused 35 year-old elephant, from the Surin Elephant Roundup. Volunteers and the RTC film production crew made the 22 hour trip by truck to transport Ratree (which means Midnight, because she was their “midnight girl”), to her new home at the Elephant Nature Park. The film details what elephants go through overseas, with a short capsulization of their treatment in the United States. When asked about the film, Jorja Fox said “This movie is about elephants, it’s for elephants. It’s for our kids and their kids. But it applies to all the world’s animals, and the environment as a whole.” Film goer Melody said “I cried. They are such beautiful animals. I just can’t understand how people could treat them badly. How could someone see the pain and sadness in the eyes of any living creature and still hurt it?” When other audience members were asked to comment, the reactions seemed to be the same. Jean said “It was dreadful to see those majestic creatures treated so badly.” She went on to say “as for the Circus, I have never been and would never go.” Last Change For Animals undercover investigator Bryan stated “this is a must see movie for any one who is conscious. Whether you’re an elephant expert or have never seen an elephant before, you will learn something and be moved to action by this film.”
To find out more about this documentary and when it’s official premiere debuts, go tohttp://www.howibecameanelephant.com or follow on twitter @HIBAELEPHANT
About Jorja Fox:
Jorja-An Fox (born July 7, 1968, in New York, New York), is an American actress. She first came to prominence as a guest star on the television drama ER, portraying the recurring role of Dr. Maggie Doyle from 1996 to 1999. This was followed by another critical success in the recurring role of Secret Service Agent Gina Toscano on The West Wing in 2000. She is arguably best known for her work as Sara Sidle in the hit CBS crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, a role she has portrayed as both a regular (2000–2007, 2010–) and recurring (2008–2010) cast member.
By: Songirl Sez, Special for Diversity News Magazine
On Sunday, November 14, 2010, The Pain Foundation presented a screening of the film, ‘Unseen Hands’ directed by Don Johns at the Charles Aidikoff Screening Room on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. Tickets ranged from $40-$60, with the event running from 6-10pm and was hosted by Patty McCall, Producer, Actress and Author of “Unmasking The Pain Within”’. The function included an auction, book signing and red carpet.
Based on a true story, the film ‘Unseen Hands’ depicts one woman’s journey through deceit, manipulation and marital abuse with raw onscreen performances by actor Eric Andersen and the ever stunning actress Alicia Benavides-Greenfield. The auction included items from Singer/Actress Jessica Simpson and Mark Sanchez, Football Quarterback for the New York Jets. Sponsors and Contributors of the evening were California Talent, Ingrid’s Café of Beverly Hills, Dan Nash, New Life In Christ Bible Fellowship, Joel Garza, Charles Aidikoff, Trish Steel, Safe Passage, March Sanchez, Jessica Simpson, Daryl Kerns, Alex Kube, On Track Pictures, Got Munchies, Diversity News Publications and Mariah McGuinnis.
Guest speakers included Scott Vostad from the LAPD, Domestic Violence Speaker and Counselor Marty Brenner and Patty McCall. There were touching performances by Multi-Platinum Award Winning Guitarist/Producer Frank R Greenfield aka ‘DeVille’, American Music Awards and NAACP Awards Singer/Songwriter Shawntae Jackson, Singer Michael-Ann, Comedy Store Comedian Diane Kawasaki and 19 year old child abuse survivor and rapper Juny Honaker.
Anger Management and Domestic Violence expert Marty Brenner spoke to the select crowd of around 100 people stating that “Anger is a feeling that needs to be vented by itself without hostility or aggression. No one deserves violent, raging behavior. Anger management enables us to function assertively and rationally when anger comes up, with the ability to protect our rights and express our needs when we feel violated.” He went on to explain that “the goal of anger management counseling is to totally immerse participants enough so that they can confront denial, accept responsibility for controlling their anger, become fully fluent in the anger management concepts and gain intensive hands-on experience in applying these concepts in their own lives.”
An audience member asked Brenner if people with control issues, violent behavior and anger can change, he said “Yes they can – I did! Given the proper motivation, tools and strategies, any one can change.” He said he provides a “step-by-step process that helps them control their anger” which will in turn begin to change their anger patterns.
After the speakers, entertainment and screening concluded, guests were able to meet and greet the author and producer of the film in the lobby, where she was signing copies of “Unmasking The Pain Within.” Notables in attendance were Aura Imbarus, PhD., Educator and Author of “Out of the Transylvania Night,” Hit Recording Artist, Grammy Considered Songwriter and Animal and Children’s Rights Activist Fawn and Actor, Musician, Veronica DiPippo, Lisa Ann Vombrack, Emperor Frederick Von Seidl, Ingrid Bedrosian, Teresa Brown, Jimmy Driscoll, Film Director Mark Valinsky.
About Pain Foundation: P.A.I.N. Foundation is focused on the prevention and awareness of domestic violence against Women and children. Domestic violence is on the rise, some attribute it to the economy. It becomes a terrible cycle that spirals downward until the climatic destruction of a human being occurs. Lives are shattered and souls are lost, children witness this and they develop behaviors that continue the cycle. Bullying becomes acceptable behavior and more lives become negatively affected. The cycle must be broken, the violence must stop, the P.A.I.N. Foundation seeks to educate children and teens on ending the cycle and leading more positive and loving relationships. Help us stop the cycle and the abuse. Let us build a better tomorrow for our children and build a safer today. Use the tools we have, love, respect and ongoing education. To find out more and support the P.A.I.N. Foundation visit
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