SOUTHLAND CAREERS IN TV & RADIO
The Center for Education in Television & Radio, also known as "Centro," provides real-world, hands-on experience to high-school graduates seeking access to careers in television and radio. Many Centro students are sought out by major networks, including Fox Sports and ESPN, to assist and train on production shoots. Centro was founded by Rolando Nichols, the new Spanish voice of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim baseball team and former news anchor at KMEX-TV.
For more information on Centro TV & Radio, call (310) 224-4837 or visit: http://www.centrotvandradio.com
Keeping it simple and eco-friendly has become a popular trend in weddings.
New York Times environmental writer Mireya Navarro is the author of "Green Wedding," a new book outlining smart environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional nuptials. Navarro shows how "greening" a white wedding can help save couples and guests money, while helping the Earth.
For more information on how to plan a green wedding or to buy the book:
KIDS MAKING A DIFFERENCE
World Vision is a humanitarian organization with global connections, committed to helping children overcome poverty and other obstacles beyond their control. One of their local programs, "Youth Empowerment Program," focuses on guiding and training L.A. teenagers to make positive change in their communities through political advocacy.
The program is 16 weeks long and consists of workshops and instruction. The program culminates with a four-day summit to Washington, D.C., where the group of teenagers meet with congressional leaders.
For more information: www.worldvisionyouth.org
"RUDO Y CURSI"
Mexico's cinematic dream team reunites to make a film about brotherhood and futbol. "Rudo y Cursi" reunites "Y Tu Mama Tambien" stars Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna, under the direction of "Y Tu Mama" screenwriter Carlos Cuaron. The film tells the spirited tale of two brothers who land their boyhood dreams of playing professional soccer. Produced by Cha Cha Cha Films founders Guillermo del Toro, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Carlos's brother, Alfonso Cuaron, the film is already one of the top five highest grossing films of all time in Mexico.
For theatres and show times visit: www.sonyclassics.com/rudoycursi/
Vista L.A. for Sun., July 19, 2009
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