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Posted by on December 30, 2010 in
With New Years Eve tomorrow night, we left you off yesterday asking; what is your resolution? We didn't get too many responses, so we wanted to give you some examples of other peoples resolutions. Today, we have hand picked some really funny and some not so funny videos of New Years resolutions.  First lets start it off with a New Years #Fail. Here is the Chinese New Year of 2010. Watch the...
Posted by on December 29, 2010 in
New Years Eve is just upon us and before we know it, it will be 1/1/11. For New Years Eve, we wanted to share a very special event going on involving our friends for those last minute planners. There will be a New Year's Eve Celebration from LA Yoga Magazine benefiting YOGA for Youth with our friends Seane Corn, Bryan Kest, and Kia Miller and great musicians such as Rocky Dawuni, Luminaries, and...
Posted by on December 28, 2010 in
In 2010, the world saw a serge in power…solar power that is. But not just solar power saw a rise, clean energy did as well. Lets look over 2010 in clean energy, sustainability, and climate change. -President Obama launched 2010 with an announcement of $2.3 billion dollars in tax credits for companies building anything using (yes, anything) clean energy technology. -A New Jersey-based company...
Posted by on December 27, 2010 in
Noah Mazé is celebrated in the yoga community as one of the most advanced and proficient practitioners and teachers of Anusara® Yoga. Born into a household of yogis, Noah grew up steeped in the yoga tradition and its practices. In the 1990s, Noah worked as an outdoor educator and wilderness guide, helping people access the transformational power of nature. After a life long study of yoga,...
Posted by on December 24, 2010 in
Since it is Friday, its time for some music to get hyped for the weekend (oh yeah, and Christmas this time). I recently had the chance to speak with Andrew Vladeck, guitarist and singer for The Honey Brothers who performed at Wanderlust in 2009 for its inaugural year. Read below as we talk about green initiatives, music festivals, NYC parks, and even showing some love to dolphins. Andrew, I...
Posted by on December 22, 2010 in
With the holidays around many people are getting gifts, having dinner out and at friends houses, buying lights and decorations to put up, and having extravagant parties. This year Americans will have spent over $44 billion on Christmas gifts alone which averages out to $384 per household. But of course this doesn't include extra spending such as trees, flights, etc. Even in one of the worst...