With a mission to promote the safety and well-being of neglected, abused, and abandoned horses, Hope for Horses fosters and cares for horses as well as provides specialized training for law-enforcement and animal-control officers. As one of the oldest equine-welfare organizations in the state, Hope for Horses recognized the need for better resources for officers and developed the state’s first equine-cruelty-investigations-training course. Volunteers feed, groom, and care for the horses as they await foster care or adoption.
A farcical, digital update of Love Letters, You've Got Hate Mail is based largely on the actual emails that led to the divorce of playwright Jane Milmore, whose collaborations with Billy Van Zandt also include The Senator Wore Pantyhose and High School Reunion: The Musical. Hapless e-philanderer Richard accidentally sends his wife, Stephanie, an email meant for his inamorata, and unsuccessfully attempts to cover his tracks. What follows is a romp through the email accounts of the five characters—Richard; his mistress, Wanda; Stephanie; her irate best friend, Pat; and George, an internet-incompetent coworker of Richard who acts as his doofy shoulder-devil. Though the entire script is composed of emails, the action manages to hit the bricks during a smartphone-toting chase scene. The New York Post called the play "the perfect bedroom farce" and Show Business gushed, "it doesn't get better than this".
Multiplatinum-selling and multiple-Grammy-winning quartet Third Day’s stirring Southern rock thrills multitudes on its Make Your Move spring tour. One of the most popular Christian bands of the A.D. era, Third Day has moved millions of fans with hits such as “Cry Out to Jesus” and “Love Song,” as well as hundreds of tumbleweeds with its tour bus. With a sound that evokes Lynyrd Skynyrd in its Sunday best, the band tenderly testifies while rocking through a hook-laden marathon live show.
Northshore Gymnastics' 15,000-square-foot facility boasts training equipment and devices such as 40' x 40' spring floors, a ski floor, five trampolines, and vault tables. Northshore aims to provide a fun and family-focused atmosphere, and their friendly stable of coaches are tasked with not only teaching basic skills, but also helping youngsters gain self-confidence and socialization skills.
Specializing in bombastic American fare, Chef Chris Nelson curates a menu of mouthwatering sandwiches, burgers, steaks, and salads. A bar remedies mouth droughts with a rotating selection of 12 draft beers, and big-screen televisions broadcast sports while the pool table extends hospitality to colorful balls.
Personal trainer Al Yenkevich draws on 15 years of experience and training in the Army to lead groups through diverse workouts in weekly boot camps. The schedule includes indoor courses in varying locations that torch calories without meddling from the elements. Al provides all necessary equipment, workout mats, and appropriate stationery for penning farewell letters to stretchy pants. Students of all fitness levels tote along water and towels and set their own pace or ambitiously strive to match the moves of their trainer, whose clientele have gone on to achieve weight-loss and conditioning results.
Since its 1965 founding in Venice Beach, California, Gold's Gym has dotted the globe with more than 600 locations, allowing professional athletes and exercise newbies to gather under the umbrella of personal strength. Nearly 3.5 million Gold's members chart and aim for their fitness peaks, perspiring beneath the gaze of certified personal trainers or pedaling beside peers at cycling sessions. In a diverse lineup of group classes, patrons strengthen cores with Pilates, finger-paint pictures of ninjas in martial arts, and amp up heart rates along to the pulsating soundtracks of Les Mills routines.
Many Gold's Gym locations stockpile futuristic amenities, such as cardio machines with individual iPod docks and televisions that help keep patrons motivated.