Red Road Foundation Benefit – Tickets – Indochine, Santa Barbara, CA – February 15, 2015

Red Road Foundation Benefit - Tickets - Indochine, Santa Barbara, CA - February 15, 2015

Red Road Foundation Benefit – Tickets – Indochine, Santa Barbara, CA – February 15, 2015.

Founded by one of our very own here in Santa Barbara, Rachel Riggio, The Red Road Foundation is a non-profit aimed to provide schooling and resources to better the lives of children and adults in rural areas that are lacking. Their first location is in a small village in Kampot, Cambodia. If you would like to read more about The Red Road Foundation and their mission or are interested in volunteering, please visit www.theredroadfoundation.com or find them on Facebook!
 

This benefit will be raising money to directly help in the building costs of a sustainable Earthship school house and safe home made out of recycled and natural materials in February.

Ticket cost will include a drink ticket, discounted drink specials until 10:00pm, a raffle ticket to be entered to win many prizes, hosted champagne tasting, complimentary light bites, and access to special drawings through out the night. 
There will be local live musicians to entertain you, followed by numerous guest DJs to provide us with beats through out the night. All proceeds go directly to the Red Road Foundation so buy a ticket and change a life! See you there for a night to remember! :)  #redroadfoundation
 

 

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The Red Road Foundation’s Documentary 2014


 

They have a long road to go, join them on this journey by attending the Red Road Foundation Benefit.

Published on Oct 26, 2014

Here is our newest documentary of The Red Road Foundation and our progress in the last year and a half in Kampot, Cambodia. We are building these sustainable communities right NOW for children in need, and we need YOUR help. 100% volunteer based, all funds go directly to building these education based sanctuary’s. We are seeking volunteers of all ages and places! If you have creative energy and networking skills we want you to help raise funds, and most importantly, awareness. WWW.THEREDROADFOUNDATION.COM “Be The Change”

 

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New York Blizzard of 1947

The Great Blizzard of 1947: Photos of New York, Buried in White

Why we love California. New York is not a stranger to big storms. Life Magazine shows some amazing and nostalgic black and white photos of the 47′ blizzard.
1947 Blizzard New York

At 3:20 in the morning it began to snow in New York City. By the time most New Yorkers were going to work the blanket lay three inches deep. But the city, used to ignoring all natural phenomena and reassured by a weather forecast of “occasional flurries,” went about its business. But as the day wore on this characteristic blasé attitude vanished. The air grew filled with snowflakes so huge and thick it was almost impossible to see across the street. They fell without letup — all morning, all afternoon and into the night.

Long after night fall the illuminated news sign of the New York Times flashed an announcement to little groups of people huddled in Times Square that the snowfall, which totaled an amazing 25.8 inches in less than 24 hours, had beaten the record of the city’s historic blizzard of 1880. A faint, muffled shout of triumph went up from the victims.

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An Applause back to Tony Serranto

Here is a quote from Tony Serranto:

Tony Serranto Hosted reDISCOvery for Every Sunday 5pm – 7:30pm (PT) KCSB 91.9 fm (Santa Barbara, CA.) www.reDISCOveryshow.com

“reDISCOvery nears its four-year anniversary, looking back, the past 12 months have been an exciting, challenging and rewarding experience. Hosting a weekly show, booking talent, promoting the program and attending meetings has been demanding and, at times, difficult to manage with the other responsibilities that life presents.


What started as a side project in 2011 to get underground music played on the airwaves has evolved into something bigger than I ever anticipated. First and foremost, I would like to thank Melissa Serrano and Rian Ingersoll.  I don’t think 2014 would have been possible without you two!! I can’t wait to see what 2015 has in store for reDISCOvery.


All of our DJs, including myself, donate their time and talent to play on the air waves, not for pay, but for the passion of playing music they love and keeping DJ culture alive.


This year, I was privileged enough to listen, watch, experience and learn from all of you

I am probable missing a few of you.  Just want to shout out and say Thank You.


To all our guests from previous years, THANK YOU!! Special thanks to those who regularly support us:

and so may others. Most of all, thanks to our listeners. All you guys keep us going. ”

-Tony-


KohJay says: “Thank You Tony.  You have shared the love of the Santa Barbara Music Beat and I speak for all the Dj’s that know you, Thank You for your dedication, your professionalism and spark…igniting the beat in Santa Barbara”.

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