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A Halloween re-cap! I made our costumes this year for a Halloween Party & it was a huge hit. I present the Prince & Princess of Zamunda:

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“It’s Oh So Quiet”

it’s. oh. so quiet it’a oh. so still you’re all alone and so peaceful until… you fall in love zing boom the sky up above zing boom is caving in wow bam you’ve never been so nuts about a guy you wanna laugh you wanna cry you cross your heart and hope to die ’til it’s over and then it’s nice and quiet but soon again starts another big riot you blow a fuse zing boom the devil cuts loose zing boom so what’s the use wow bam of falling in love it’s. oh. so quiet it’s. oh. so still you’re all alone and so peaceful until… you ring the bell bim bam you shout and you yell hi ho ho you broke the spell gee. this is swell you almost have a fit this guy is “gorge” and i got hit there’s no mistake this is it ’til it’s over and then it’s nice and quiet but soon again starts another big riot you blow a fuse zing boom the devil cuts loose zing boom so what’s the use wow bam of falling in love the sky caves in the devil cuts loose you blow blow blow blow blow your fuse when you’ve fallen in love ssshhhhhh…

This is a beautiful idea inside and out from Architects of Air’s Process:

Currently in Los Angeles with sold out shows here is an exert from The Music Center.

Exxopolis

Step into this interactive walk-in sculpture and immerse yourself in a luminous world of light, color and sound. As the opening event of The Music Center’s World City season, Exxopolis embraces the city’s many diverse communities and traditions through performances of Random Acts of World Culture. While exploring a dazzling maze of winding paths and soaring domes, encounter performances including a Brazilian berimbau, Japanese shakuhachi, Middle Eastern oud and many more.