This is a review of the Power Core Ab Exercise Mat from Epitomie Fitness. The Power Core Ab Exercise Mat is designed as a device to use for sit up routines and six pack workouts. I like to think that my core workouts are helping to bring out my 8 pack, but those who know, know that “Abs are cooked in the kitchen”. Even if you eat a perfectly clean Live-It, you will still want to work your core – and Epitomie Fitness has provided a great tool in The Power Core Ab Exercise Mat.
After an extensive remodel, iconic North County restaurant The Roxy Encinitas will celebrate its official grand opening with a special event to benefit the Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center and The Seany Foundation on Tuesday, June 13, from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Famous for its falafel burgers, The Roxy has been a fixture in the Encinitas community since opening in 1978 at 517 South Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, 92024. In recent months, the restaurant’s premises have been remodeled in the jazz and art deco style of the 1920s. The Roxy has also expanded its food and beverage offerings and now offers live music nightly, as well as weekend brunch.Continue reading “The Roxy in Encinitas to Host June 13 Benefit for Local Cancer Programs”
Job Fair, Film Screening and Summit Planned to Inspire Employment for People with Criminal Backgrounds in Puget Sound
WHAT: The Dave’s Killer Bread Foundation (DKB Foundation) will host two days of events to demonstrate the benefits for businesses, individuals and society when people with criminal backgrounds are given employment opportunities. With the support of Northwest icon Dave’s Killer Bread (the rebel organic baker that employs nearly 100 people with criminal backgrounds at its Oregon bakery), the DKB Foundation is partnering with FareStart, the IF Project, Mod Pizza, Uber, National Employment Law Project and the City of Seattle to cultivate a dialogue around the potential in people with backgrounds and the ability of businesses to create positive change by offering them jobs.
WHEN: Wednesday, June 7 and Thursday, June 8, 2017
WHERE: All events held at: WithinSodo, 2916 Utah Ave. S, Seattle, Wash.
DETAILS: Second Chance Job & Resource Fair Wednesday, June 7 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Bellevue College’s public radio station 91.3 KBCS is partnering with Northwest Folklife to provide live musical performances for Folklife’s acoustic showcase. The station will bring three artists to the Fisher Green stage on Sunday, May 28 at 1 p.m.
“The 91.3 KBCS acoustic showcase is one of the must-see features of Northwest Folklife,” said Patrick Whalen, KBCS Program Director. “This year we are lucky to be able to bring Toronto singer-songwriter Lindi Ortega, along with Jeff Scroggins & Colorado, and local legend LeRoy Bell and His Only Friends.”
What do you do once you have broken the glass ceiling? Women everywhere are achieving far beyond what was thought possible not too long ago. For women, there is some work yet to be done, but in the business arena women are making names for themselves as serious power-players.
Once you achieve your first bout of success, you can better help others do the same. As a woman in the industry myself, I know how hard it is to defy the odds and surge beyond expectations.
Carol Flynn rarely strayed from using salt and pepper, but a recent Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) cooking class empowered the Navy veteran to find healthier ways to spice her favorite dishes.
“I love to cook and bake, but unfortunately it’s not always healthy,” she said. “The class opened my eyes to different techniques and flavors. I was amazed how much you could do with simple ingredients.
San Diego – based Aya Healthcare, provider of travel nurse staffing and workforce solutions to healthcare facilities, made Modern Healthcare’s 2017 list of Best Places to Work in Healthcare.
Each year, Modern Healthcare recognizes exemplary United States companies in the healthcare industry that provide exceptional work environments for their employees. Responses to an employee survey and an employer questionnaire help determine the winners. Employees rate job satisfaction, work-life balance, benefits and more.
Cedarbrook Lodge, a quintessentially Northwest hideaway located on 18 acres with lush, restored wetlands, is proud to announce Copperleaf Restaurant’s four-part al fresco Summer Dining Series. From the restaurant’s terrace, guests will enjoy views of the Koi pond, wetlands, native cedar trees and chef’s garden while relishing in the spoils of the summer season.
“Our Summer Dining Series is our way of welcoming in Seattle’s most anticipated season,” mused Roy Breiman, Culinary Director at Cedarbrook Lodge. “Each season brings its own uniqueness, but the Northwest’s warmer months bring so many flavors, textures and nuances right to our doorstep. These local and limited seasonal offerings deserve equally inventive and thoughtful beverage pairings.”