Julie Rosa explores new spots in South Florida as part of uVu Summer Fun Series...The unique experience of Kava! A drink made out of a root called Kava...It is non alcoholic, but the effect are sure to be remembered!
They look like them and they
sound just like them!“The next best
thing to seeing The Beatles,” raves the Denver Post. All the music and vocals are performed
totally live!RAIN covers the Fab Four from the earliest beginnings through the
psychedelic late 60sand their
long-haired hippie, hard-rocking rooftop days. RAIN is a multi-media, multi-dimensional experience...a fusion of
historical footage and hilarious television commercials from the 1960s lights
up video screens and live cameras zoom in for close-ups. “A thrilling bit of
time-warping nostalgia…Boomer Heaven!” raves The Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “Uncanny! RAIN are a quartet of fine musicians in their own right…as The
Beatles, they triumph!” cheers the Boston Herald.“An adoring Valentine to The Beatles,” declares
the Washington Post.Sing along with
your family and friends to such Beatlemaniac
favorites as “Let It Be,” “Hey Jude,” “While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” “Come
Together” and “Can’t Buy Me Love.”
"Matisyahu Live in Israel" is another great concert special we are premiering this Summer.
This special features famed Hasidic musician, Matisyahu
walking the streets of Jerusalem and performing in Tel Aviv, Israel.
The program gives a rare backstage look at Matisyahu rehearsing new
material, spending time with his family and band, and performing
acoustic versions of songs in the historic Old City of Jerusalem;
including 11 interviews with the singer. Watch it on Wednesday, August 4
Tune in to find out how you can get tickets to his upcoming concert at the Mizner Park Amphitheater in Boca Raton.
Toured the BBC Television Centre while in the UK last week. The BBC, which is considered the largest broadcasting organization in the world, houses its television operations at the Centre in White City and Shepherd’s Bush in West London housing most of the 5,000+ employees.
First up, a little history of the Television Centre facility. The facility officially opened in June of 1960, having seen the likes ofDoctor Who, Fawlty Towers and Blue Peterget their starts there. Aerial shots of Television Centre show a structure that is designed for maximum efficiency with 11 operating studios but, oddly enough, one that looks exactly like a question mark. Operations and staff move in 2012 and will be combined at Broadcasting House, the home of BBC Radio, which is currently under renovation at Oxford Circus in central London. Much of the television production will be relocated to the Manchester studios of the BBC.
KIDS and Random House join to support science learning for preschoolers
nationwide with the premiere of THE CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT!
on Monday, September 6 on WPBT2 in Miami as part of the KidVision schedule.
by award-winning actor Martin Short, Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat guides friends
Sally and Nick – with a little help from the Fish, Thing 1 and Thing 2 – on fun-filled
adventures where they make natural-science discoveries, from how bees make
honey to why owls sleep during the day.
Filled with both adventure and silliness, THE CAT
IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT!,based on the acclaimed The Cat
in the Hat’s Learning Library book series,will appeal to preschoolers’
natural curiosity, and engage them in
the process of scientific exploration and discovery.
“In the same
way the original TheCat in the Hat book has introduced generations
of children to the joys of reading, ‘The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!’ will encourage children to explore
the wonders of science and nature,” says
Kate Klimo, Dr. Seuss’s Random House publisher and Executive Director of
Development for Random House Children’s Entertainment. “Dr. Seuss was so passionate about science, nature and the survival of the
planet, he surely would have loved that the science-based book series he
conceived is being brought to television in such grand fashion.”