by Lihi Raviv
“I always had a deep need to express myself. To be heard,” says Peter Himmelman. “Sometimes I’m not sure it’s such a good thing. It certainly isn’t always a happy thing.” Himmelman is an LA based rock musician, singer, songwriter, children’s entertainer, TV and film composer and webcast star. He goes on tours all over the country, creates amazing, funky artworks and his new album “The Mystery and the Hum” just came out.
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The Hanukah miracle: one day’s worth of oil for light lasted eight. The modern Hanukah miracle is what many people are doing with their cars: converting them to run on vegetable oil, and spreading the money for one day of driving into eight or more. Read more »
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By Ryan Bernhey
Let’s discuss Valentine’s Day. It’s only 2 months away; have you decided what you and the love of your life are going to do yet? Let me tell you where to go for a romantic afternoon out and not only for that over commercialized holiday, but for any day of the year. Within a 30 minute drive from school you can be at the oldest and only winery in Los Angeles. The San Antonio Winery is reasonably priced and has a restaurant which allows it to be a perfect afternoon trip for all ages, whether one is looking to have a romantic time or a fun time with friends. Read more »
The Casino Chronicle continues its tradition of hard-hitting investigative journalism by bringing you the menu for the Berg for the week of Monday, December 13th.
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