Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by John Grimaldi
Imperial, California - Spin classes are becoming all the rage among those seeking the ultimate in fitness exercise, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens, which reports that a young and very agile Ukrainian personal trainer has developed a new take on spin workouts.
- Written by State Department
Washington, DC - Secretary Pompeo will travel to Kuwait, Israel, and Lebanon March 19–23. The Secretary will participate in a series of bilateral meetings with high-level officials, attend the U.S.-Kuwait Strategic Dialogue and the recurring trilateral Head of State meeting with Israel, Greece, and the Republic of Cyprus, and engage in public events, including visits to religious sites and interactions with business leaders.
- Written by State Department
Washington, DC - Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan met today in Luanda with President João Lourenço and Foreign Minister Manuel Augusto. In these meetings, the Deputy Secretary commended President Lourenço and his government for their efforts to fight corruption and to foster citizen-responsive governance and dialogue.
- Written by Imperial Valley News
San Diego, California - Best-selling author Chelsea Clinton will present her new children’s book, Don’t Let Them Disappear: Twelve Endangered Species Across the Globe, at a special event and book signing May 23, 2019 at the San Diego Zoo. Clinton will read from the book, followed by a moderated question-and-answer session from children in the audience with San Diego Zoo Global ambassador Rick Schwartz and finish with a book signing opportunity.
- Written by IVN
San Diego, California - As guests experience the wonders of six diverse habitats at Africa Rocks, the San Diego Zoo’s newest exhibit, they can also enjoy a “rocking” good time throughout the Zoo all summer long when this year’s big Nighttime Zoo celebration begins, June 16. As the days get longer, guests can take advantage of extended Zoo hours to join in all the fun of Nighttime Zoo’s special activities, evening festivities and live entertainment—including African-themed dancers and toe-tapping music from favorite Zoo performers, the Rock and Roar band and the Chameleons brass band. Families will also discover surprising encounters, stilt walkers, exceptional trampoline performances, acrobatic feats and much more.
- Written by San Diego Zoo
San Diego, California - After the San Diego Zoo has closed its gates for the evening, but before the animals have turned in for the night, guests will have a one-of-a-kind opportunity to attend Wild Night Out—21 and Up, an exclusive event for adults only. During Wild Night Out, guests are invited to enjoy a special preview of the Zoo’s Nighttime Zoo celebration, without the kids and the crowds—and with added perks, such as unique talks with keepers, up-close animal ambassador presentations, a complimentary beverage (choice of beer, wine, soda or water) and more!
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