The NoHo Salon, North Hollywood, California 2013

ORGANIZER: Jessica Wilson-The NoHo Salon

CONTACT: venicesoapboxpoets@gmail.com

 


North Hollywood (NoHo) PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
(Subject to Change)

Time Performer
2pm Welcome from the NoHo Salon (Radomir Luza and Jessica Wilson, hosts)
215 Radomir Vojtech Luza
230 Judy Barrat, Beverly Collins
245 Dorian
3pm Mary Mann
315 Jessica Wilson
330 Nelson Alburquenque
345 Juan Cardenas
4pm Cklara Moradian
415 The Whale
430 Shaya Threats
445 Rolando Ortiz, Matt Sedillo
5pm Julio the Conga Poet
515 Apryl Skies
530 Poppas Kitchen
545 Poppas Kitchen
6pm Poppas Kitchen

  

 

100TPC.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 


Massive Global Movement Gives Voice to Local Issues
through Music, Art, Photography, Poetry, Mime and More
Over 550 Events Planned in 100 Countries for
100 Thousand Poets for Change
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Dear Friends and Writers,

The Los Angeles Poet Society is proud to organize the 3rd Annual 100 Thousand Poets for Changeevent in Los Angeles, CA!

100 Thousand Poets for Change is a global movement, grassroots in origin, spreading the message of truths in the need for change. As a planet we come together at the local level, organize our masses and show that we are not going to sit idle while our world seeps and weeps for change. 

(From the official press release by 100TPC Headquarters):

– September 28, 2013 marks the third annual global event for 100 Thousand Poets for Change, a grassroots organization that brings communities together to call for environmental, social, and political change within the framework of peace and sustainability. An event that began primarily with poet organizers, 100 Thousand Poets for Change has grown into an interdisciplinary coalition with year round events which includes musicians, dancers, mimes, painters and photographers from around the world.

Local issues are still key to this massive global event as communities around the world raise their voices on issues such as homelessness, global warming, education, racism and censorship,through concerts, readings, lectures, workshops, performances and other actions. But these locally focused events have taken on a more continuous and expansive form through the new disciplines represented this year. More and more organizers and participants of the one day, annual event are making plans to continue their actions after September 28. Many have formed groups in their cities that will continue to work year round towards the goals their community seeks.

“Peace and sustainability are major concerns worldwide, and the guiding principles for this global event,” said Michael Rothenberg, Co-Founder of 100 Thousand Poets for 
Change. “We are in a world where it isn’t just one issue that needs to be addressed. A common ground is built through this global compilation of local stories, which is how we 
create a true narrative for discourse to inform the future.”  —



Los Angeles will hold 2 events, including over 50 Poets and Musicians for Change, including:

Amy Uyematsu
Richard Modiano
Laurel Ann Bogen
Eric Priestly
Poppas Kitchen [official band of Fast Times at Ridgemont High star, “Mike Damone”, Bob Romanus] 
Will Alexander
Pam Ward
Creative Aging Activist and Poet, Norman Molesko
Eleanor Goldfield Swede of The Rooftop Revolutionaries
Julio the Conga Poet
Antonieta Villamil


Beyond Baroque in Venice, CA will hold events on September 28th, from 12pm to 8pm and will include:


 

  • — Marathon poetry reading for Change voicing issues on: homelessness, prison system, judicial system, ageism  environmentalism, naturalism, social consciousness, immigration, discrimination, & more!

 

        — PICNIC for PEACE on the Beyond Baroque lawn! We are asking for blanket donations to decorate the lawn! All donated blankets will be washed and given to the homeless of Venice Beach. 

         CHALK the WALKS of Beyond Baroque! Get your art on and be creative, share your message for CHANGE!
       — 100 Mil Poetas por el Cambio! A Spanish segment hosted by Antonieta Villamil
      — PLUS! Poetry Potluck in the Poet’s Garden! Bring your favorite treat and enjoy some of ours!

$5 donation at the door. All proceeds will go to Beyond Baroque and assist in funding the Technical Equipment for the event. 

100 Thousand Poets | Musicians for Change will be live-streaming and recorded for later viewing on: www.ustream.tv/channel/the-poet-s-soapbox  Be sure to tune in!

100 Thousand Poets for Change is a Global Movement, recognized as the largest Poetry reading in the WORLD and archived by Stanford University’s LOCKSS program.

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Bob’s Espresso Bar (owned by Robert “Bob” Romanus)in North Hollywood, CA will hold events on September 29th, from 2pm to 6pm and will include words from poets and musicians for change, to include:

Poppas Kitchen [official band of Fast Times at Ridgemont High star, “Mike Damone”, Bob Romanus] 
Cklara Moradian
Apryl Skies
Mary Mann
Radomir V. Luza
Jessica Wilson
Judy Barrat
Amanda Reyna 
The Whale
Juan Cardenas
Nelson Alburquenque
Shaya Threats
Matt Sedillo
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100 Thousand Poets | Musicians for Change will be live-streaming and recorded for later viewing on: www.ustream.tv/channel/the-poet-s-soapbox  Be sure to tune in!

100 Thousand Poets for Change is a Global Movement, recognized as the largest Poetry reading in the WORLD and archived by Stanford University’s LOCKSS program.

OFFICIAL 100 THOUSAND POETS | MUSICIANS FOR CHANGE – LOS ANGELES page: https://www.100tpcmedia.org/100TPC2012/2013/05/jessica-wilson-los-angeles-2013/



About the Los Angeles Poet Society

Founded in 2010, the Los Angeles Poet Society, (LAPS), was by raised by East LA born Poet, Jessica M. Wilson. The mission of the LAPS is to create a bridge, fusing the communities of Los Angeles and Southern California Poets, poetry organizations, Writer groups, booksellers, publishers, literary enthusiasts and supporters into a unified social and literary network.

 

Our Mission

The focal point of LAPS is to network and publicize the events and achievements of its members. LAPS also organizes and promotes events, pulling from within its own community, to create and sustain Los Angeles’ literary anchor.



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