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*******www.redcarpetreporttv**** Mingle Media TV's Red Carpet Report covered the Inner-City Arts 2013 Imagine Gala honoring photographer, Charles Arnoldi, former District Attorney Gil Garcetti, actress, producer and director Cheryl Hines and design innovator/entrepreneur Ralph Pucci last night at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Get the Story from the Red Carpet Report Team - follow us on Twitter and Facebook at: *******twitter****/TheRedCarpetTV ********www.facebook****/RedCarpetReportTV *******www.redcarpetreporttv**** *******www.youtube****/MingleMediaTVNetwork About Inner-City Arts Inner-City Arts, is a vibrant arts education campus and oasis of learning, achievement and creativity for underserved children in the heart of Skid Row. Founded in 1989, Inner-City Arts is a learning oasis in the heart of Los Angeles’ Skid Row. Under the guidance of professional teaching artists, Inner-City Arts’ students engage in a variety of visual and performing art forms in a real studio setting. visit www.inner-cityarts**** For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here: ********www.minglemediatv**** ********www.facebook****/minglemediatvnetwork *******www.flickr****/MingleMediaTVNetwork ********www.twitter****/minglemediatv Distributed by OneLoad****
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More info and links here: *******www.ecobold****/green-halloween/ This year we'll be having a green Halloween with a bunch of eco-friendly, cool companies and things to make this day very fun and different! 1. Recycled Capri Sun bag by Terracycle. Terracycle is an amazing company that takes trash and makes things out of it. They have 186 different products, all made from trash. And they also have a program where you can send trash to them and they will donate a couple of cents per piece to a charity. So far they have donated over $1.3 million dollars and have taken almost 2 billion pieces of trash from landfills. Talk about a company that's making a difference in a trashy way! 2. Thredup**** is a website where you can exchange kids clothes and costumes with other moms! It's an amazing idea that's very affordable. It doesn't cost you anything to list your product and it just costs you $5 plus shipping for picking up any box you'd like. You can select boxes from all ages, sizes, colors and type of clothing. Brilliant and very green idea. 3. Equal Exchange organic and fair trade chocolate. Equal Exchange is a very good company that only sells organic and fair trade products. They really care for the farmers that they buy from and they most certainly care about our environment. 4. Stretch Island Fruit Co. is a company that makes fruit rolls that are 100% natural. Each roll equals 1/2 serving of a fruit and they have 7 different flavors, absolutely no artificial flavors, no artificial additives and no added sugar. I don't think any fruit roll could be better than this for trick or treating. And even if your kid doesn't like fruits, this is probably one of the few that they will happily eat! 5. Organic Shaken and Stirred book by Paul Abercrombie: while the kids are having fun trick or treating, the adults can indulge a super fun night with organic drinks. This book has several different recipes that were tested over and over again and many of them given by great bar tenders from reputable restaurants. Here's a quick info about Organic Shaken and Stirred: This collection features 100 eco-friendly, organic cocktails from the trendiest bars and nightclubs across the country, along with a few new creations by the author. Enjoy the Voluptuous (culled from the Grand Pu Bah restaurant in San Francisco), organic strawberry muddled with organic gin, agave nectar, organic egg white, and a splash of absinthe. The Lunacy (from the Royalton in New York City) gets two green thumbs up for its mixture of organic blackberries, lemon juice, organic simple syrup, organic reposado tequila, Lillet Blanc, and açai spirit. And then there’s the sublime yet simple Au Provence (from Eastern Standard in Boston), made with tarragon-infused organic simple syrup, organic vodka, and lime juice. This collection features 100 eco-friendly, organic cocktails from the trendiest bars and nightclubs across the country, along with a few new creations by the author. Enjoy the Voluptuous (culled from the Grand Pu Bah restaurant in San Francisco), organic strawberry muddled with organic gin, agave nectar, organic egg white, and a splash of absinthe. The Lunacy (from the Royalton in New York City) gets two green thumbs up for its mixture of organic blackberries, lemon juice, organic simple syrup, organic reposado tequila, Lillet Blanc, and açai spirit. And then there’s the sublime yet simple Au Provence (from Eastern Standard in Boston), made with tarragon-infused organic simple syrup, organic vodka, and lime juice. I hope you enjoyed our Green Halloween Guide and hopefully get at least one product so you can start to make a difference at this fun and sweet day!
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