Next Time: August 28th, 2015

The arts have been a big part of my life for as long as I can remember.  Creativity drives passion.  This is a weekly look into the world of artists in music, art and dance and what they create.  Feed your imagination!

Rhythm of Love- Danity Kane. Choreography by Brian Friedman | #BSBF

As I stated in a previous Next Time, Brian Friedman is my favorite choreographer period.  His attack and choreography is always on point.  This routine to Danity Kane’s Rhythm of Love is fierce.  The dancers lay their hearts out on the floor.  Millennium Dance Complex in North Hollywood is a fantastic place to take classes.  I currently take ballet classes at Edge Studios in Hollywood but plan to supplement some classes at Millennium very soon.  This video was filmed and edited by Tim Milgram who has a solid body of work.  And Danity Kane make some killer tracks to dance to.  Feel the rhythm.

Check out Brian’s youtube channel: (click here)
Check out Millennium: (click here)
Check out Danity Kane’s website: (click here)
Check out Tim Milgram’s youtube channel: (click here)

Instagram: @brianfriedman, @timmilgram, @mdcdance, @danitykane
Twitter: @brianfriedman, @timmilgram, @dancemillennium, @danitykane

slash-solo_2012_large_by_travis_shinnSlash feat. Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators | Sweet Child O’ Mine

This is a really great live performance of the Guns n’ Roses classic Sweet Child O’ Mine.  I watched the whole video with a big grin from ear to ear.  Slash is killer on the guitar and, well, was born with talent.  That guy can get a crowd rocking along with him.  He is joined by Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators for a heart pounding rendition of the song.

Check out Slash’s site: (click here)

Instagram: @slash
Twitter: @slash


image8-640x640Sherlock’s Glass Art Gallery |

I found Sherlock’s Glass on Instagram.  Their vibrant pieces caught my eye and I instantly became a fan of their work.  That is the great thing about social media now, it is a fantastic marketing tool to gain new fans.  Glass art is my forte so i LOVE seeing others thrive in the same medium.  It inspires me very much to perfect my own craft.  They are based out of Raleigh, North Carolina and are open everyday noon-10pm.  Bright, beautiful pieces.  A wide variety of styles.  Take a look.

Contact info
Address: 3801 Hillsborough St Suite 101, Raleigh, NC
Phone: (919) 977-9481
KIK: sherlocksglass

Instagram: @sherlocksglass
Twitter: @sherlocksglass

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