February 21, 2018 Homeless forced to brave cold weather after homeless shelters fill up Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: February 21, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Outside of two homeless shelters and a new bridge shelter in the back stands a throng of people desperate to get in, but they can’t.San Diego has just shy of 10,000 people living on the streets. There are three new bridge shelters and around 12 permanent shelters, which combined, house a couple thousand people. But it is not enough, there is still thousands left without a bed.The city’s housing commission has the authority to declare an emergency situation and tell the shelter to open up their dining rooms and recreation centers to allow more people to get out of the elements.Temperatures are expected to be in the 40’s Wednesday night, but without a chance of rain, the city will not intervene.Unless the city decides to get involved, the homeless who cannot find room in one of the shelters will be forced to brave the cold. Ed Lenderman Ed Lenderman,
KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom February 8, 2019 27-year-old man arrested after stabbing in Logan Heights SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A 27-year-old man was arrested this afternoon after allegedly stabbing and inflicting life-threatening injuries on a 59-year-old man during a fight in Logan Heights.The suspect, identified as Ryan Baker, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder following the stabbing about 1 p.m. in a shed or room attached to a garage in the 2900 block of Imperial Avenue, according to San Diego Police Department Officer Robert Heims.It’s unclear what sparked the fight, Heims said.“Officers arrived on scene and found the victim with multiple stab wounds and the suspect a few feet away laying on the ground,” Heims said.The victim was taken to a hospital, Heims said. Posted: February 8, 2019
Just a few hours away from the Capital there is a musical storm building up. Rajasthan International Folk Festival, which is among one of the biggest music fest in the world is just round the corner. Millennium Post speaks to Divya Bhatia, the director of the fest to bring you insights what to expect this year.If you are a music lover take some time out in October and drive down to attend this year’s RIFF. The fest takes place every year on Sharad Purnima, this year it will take place at Mehrangarh Ford. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’What should music lovers expect this year?This year’s Jodhpur RIFF will bring together interlinked strands to create a captivating program built around the exceptional variety of Rajasthani music and countries rich tradition in percussion and the unique musical heritage of nomads. The multi-platform festival includes unique events from dawn devotional concerts to hip club nights; and exciting collaborations with musicians from across the globe.What are the key attractions of the fest this year? Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixOur focus on the Manganiyar community, the Gypsy Allstars, a Rajasthani percussion workshop, Manu Chao’s set, the legacy of Bhikari Thakur by Kalpana Patowary, Daud Khan master of the roabab, collaboration between an Australian and Rajasthani artists, a special performance by the Manganiyar artists among others!Tell us about the Jodhpur-RIFF from a director’s point of view?It is a dream project for anyone to do, it gives me an unusual context to work in, a wonderful vision to evolve that can be measured in decades (not years), stalwart mentors to guide, a unique city and stunning location to animate. It’s extremely challenging and therefore very satisfying if done well. Most of all, work with and for some of the best musicians in the world. Arranging the whole fest is a difficult task would you like to share any good/bad incidences that have taken place during the process?They have been mostly good. Being invited to present legendary folk musicians at the Edinburgh International Festival and the visit of the Scottish Foreign Minister to RIFF last year; facilitating and enabling the collaboration with Dharohar project and Mumford and Sons and the royalties to the folk artists after that; being on a list of best international festivals for four years in a row.Tell us more about the documentary Bidesia in Bambai?Bidesia in Bambai is an unusual film by film maker Surabhi Sharma – about the mobile culture, migration to Mumbai and Bhojpuri music in the city. Surabhi’s explorations are postmodern and they provide a perfect counterpoint to our presentations of pure folk, while opening new spaces for dialogue on modernity and folk music.
Time for some great tricks on stage as the Capital gears up for a festival of magic and magicians. Get the kids together and pencil this day in the calender and pack a picnic – it might just be the next best thing to do over the coming weekend. Magicians from all around the country will soon come together at Dilli Haat, Pitampura to exhibit their skills at the 3rd International Magic Festival. The event is being organised by Delhi Tourism. The highlights of the festival would be shows of illusion, sleight of hand, mind reading, theme based drawing competitions, fancy dress competitions and interactive sessions on magic, street magic shows and stand up magic shows. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The festival will also see magicians from Malaysia, Poland, Mauritius, Sri Lanka and India. Famous magicians like Jakub from Poland, Rajah and Natalie from Mauritius, Emil Eranga from Sri Lanka, Quest Group from Malaysia, David from Kolkata, Rakesh Kumar from Punjab and Suraj from West Bengal will also participate in the event.When: 27-29 September, 11 am to 9 pmWhere: Dilli Haat, Pitampura
Yoga is not only a way of life but an art, a philosophy, technology, a license to good health, and a means to achieve superconsciousness. If we compare an artist’s creation to Yoga, it is in itself a yogic experience. It has always engaged artists from across cultures and eras.Lalit Kala Akademi (LKA), the premier institution for the promotion of Art and Culture organised “Yoga for Art” on the occasion of International Yoga Day. The event began with the demonstration of Yoga session by Rajendra Singh, an exponent and teacher of Yoga. The chairman of the Akademi Uttam Pacharne also graced the occasion along with the officials and staff of LKA. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThis was followed by an exhibition and art demonstration named “Chitrashilpyog”. It was inaugurated by the eminent sculptor Padma Bhushan Ram V.Sutar at the foyer Lalit Kala Galleries, Rabindra Bhavan, under the gracious presence of Uttam Pacharne, Chairman, Lalit Kala Akademi and Adesh Gupta, Mayor, North Delhi. According to the Chairman, Lalit Kala Akademi, Uttam Pacharne, “With the endeavours of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Yog Rishis of India, Yoga has reached its zenith and the whole world is celebrating the Yoga Day today. It is a unique idea to celebrate the International Yoga Day as the “Chitrashilpyog” activity.” Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveGuest of Honour, Adesh Gupta, Mayor, North Delhi, said, “Yoga as a spiritual practice originated in the ancient Indian civilization and to keep holds of it the great yogis and rishis, sages have been the highest role models and have recommended this practice since millennia. Likewise, Swami Ramdev, Ravi Sankar have taken the repertoire of Yoga to a different height. The framework of yoga provides one guidance as to how to gain mastery over the mind and on spiritual growth”. “Chitrashilpyog” exhibition has exhibits from the permanent collection of Lalit Kala Akademi. It includes the works of renowned artists like K V Haridasan, N Raghavan, Rangaswamy Sarangan, G R Santosh, V S Gaitonde, Biren De, S L Sahni, S Nandgopal, Pradosh Das Gupta, Laxman Pai, Om Prakash, P.T.Reddy, Mohd. Yasin, Sanat Kar, etc. The exhibition is on view till June 30.