Celebrating Purim in San Diego KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter March 20, 2019 KUSI Newsroom Posted: March 20, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Jewish holiday of Purim begins Wednesday, March 20th and Rabbi Devorah Markus stopped by Good Morning San Diego to discuss the holiday.Rabbi Markus said the festival of Purim is celebrated every year on the 14th of the Hebrew month of Adar, which is late winter or early spring. Purim 2019 begins on Wednesday night, March 20, and continues through Thursday, March 21st.According to Rabbi Markus it commemorates the salvation of the Jewish people in ancient Persia from Haman’s plot “to destroy, kill and annihilate all the Jews, young and old, infants and women, in a single day.
A Facebook search for El Tiempo Cantina yields no matching results. The chain appears to have deleted its online presence following backlash over a visit from U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Share The restaurant posted a photo of Sessions and co-owner Roland Laurenzo, calling the visit an “honor.” Commenters condemned the post almost immediately, with some calling for a boycott of the chain. Sessions was in town to speak with local federal prosecutors on immigration enforcement. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is pictured with El Tiempo Cantina co-owner Roland Laurenzo in this screenshot of a now-deleted Facebook post. El Tiempo cannot be found on Instagram or Twitter, either. After deleting the chain’s social media accounts, Laurenzo told ABC13, “People are insulting us in such a dramatic fashion, and we feel like we don’t deserve it.” “The posting of a photograph of the Attorney General at one of our restaurants does not represent us supporting his positions,” Laurenzo reportedly wrote in a now-deleted follow-up post. He claimed Secret Service agents approached the restaurant about serving an unnamed government official, leaving staff unaware Sessions would be dining there “until he walked through the door.”
The monsoon is undoubtedly a time for fun and freshness. But while the season can conjure a pretty picture, the humidity is known to cause your skin and hair to misbehave so make sure you are prepared well in advance for a hassle-free rainy season.Beauty Experts share tips to keep you looking flawless amidst the rains.Tips for skin care and makeup-During the rains, your skin really needs to breathe without feeling oily and greasy. It requires care that is nourishing and also protects from constant dampness and pollution. Using the aloe aqua gel moisturizes your skin, removes dryness and leaves it feeling soft and smooth. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfNo matter how cloudy it gets, your skin always needs to be protected from the sun. Using the ultra-matte gel gives your skin a non-sticky, lightweight and ultra-matte finish while also protecting it from the sun.Using an everyday skin stylist like a CC cream infused with natural ingredients like aloe vera can give you the dual benefit of makeup and nourishment that it requires.Monsoon is not the time to go heavy on your makeup regime. Create a ‘no makeup’ – makeup look by pairing a matte, poppy lipstick with winged eye created using a waterproof gel kajal. Choose a foundation enriched with a light formula or give your foundation some rest by going for a loose face powder. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveFocus on bringing out your natural and fresh glow rather than overloading your skin with products. Opt for products which are infused with natural ingredients like aloe vera and honey as they are multi-beneficial and work mildly on your skin.A special tip for all nine to five women: Your skin goes through a sudden shock when you leave your cool air-conditioned office and step outside. So, use products which are non- greasy and non- oily for your skin to stay as fresh as possible. Tips for haircare-During the long monsoon month there is high oil secretion on the scalp which makes the hair looks flat at the roots, to combat this it is essential to wash your hair regularly.Anti-bacterial hair shampoos and cleansers are essential for the scalp as they help fight fungal and bacterial infections. Rainwater is usually acidic and dirty, so if you get wet in the rain use a protective leave-in product and dry your hair using a hairdryer. The product will form a protective layer on your hair and shield it from the damage rainwater can causeOpt for a deodorizer that suits your hair to ensure it smells good always.Towel drying your hair while dabbing it is recommended over rubbing it. Rubbing wet hair might cause it to break due to the friction.Use a wide tooth comb in your hair, this will ensure that your hair doesn’t break or gets damaged.Tips for hairstyling-Boxer braids – This favorite elementary school hairstyle is fierce yet fuss-free and perfect for the humid weather. Prepare your hair using an anti-frizz serum and create a center part down to the nape of your neck, and clip one side away. Braid the unclipped side by taking some hair at the top and separating it into 3 equal sections. Next, take the left section and cross it under the middle one. Now take the right section and cross it under the middle too. Now start adding more hair into the braid. Take a small section of the hair that’s already down on the left side and combine it with the current left section. Repeat the process with the hair down the right side, until you reach the ends of your hair and secure with a hair elastic. Repeat the process on the other side.Half Up Half Down Space Buns- Prepare your hair with a volumising dry shampoo to give your hair volume for days! Brush your hair, creating a messy center part. Put an index finger on the arch of each eyebrow, trace back into your hair and hold. Split the hair you gathered into two halves, creating ponytails and secure them with hair elastics. Twist the first ponytail around the hair elastic, creating a bun. Repeat the process on the other side. Apply some curling mousse to the loose hair, for boho-inspired beachy waves.
The 46th edition of world’s largest IHGF-Delhi Fair was inaugurated by Ajay Tamta, Union Minister of State for Textiles at state-of-the-art exhibition venue India Expo Centre and Mart at Greater Noida on October 14.The inauguration ceremony took place amidst the overseas buying community arrived in India to source home, lifestyle, fashion and textiles products from more than 110 countries. The extravaganza of Indian handicrafts will be taking place in the capital until October 18. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfWhile inaugurating the fair, Ajay Tamta said that this fair has played a vital role in increasing exports of handicrafts from the country and has acquired a special importance for handicrafts sector as overseas buying community finds this fair to be the most effective sourcing medium for their requirements and that the Indian exporting community considers this as the most effective marketing medium for their merchandise. “The reason behind its success is that fair is very useful both for buyers and sellers. Participation by over 3200 exhibitors in this fair and visit of overseas buyers from over 110 countries shows its popularity amongst Indian handicrafts exporting and importing community,” he added. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveLater, on the second day of the mega-fair, Giriraj Singh, Union Minister of State for MSME gave away the Guild certificates to nine framers working in picture framing segment. Along with Giriraj Singh, some eminent personalities like O P Prahladka, Chairman–EPCH; Jesmina Zeliang, President of the fair; Mohan Singh Bhati and Ahmed Akberali Sundrani, Vice Presidents of the fair; R K Passi and Sagar Mehta, Vice Chairmen – EPCH among others. While distributing the Guild Certificates to the winners, Giriraj Singh stated, “Soul of India resides in the Handicrafts sector and this sector keeps us close to the roots of our culture.” He further elaborated by saying that seven million artisans and crafts persons wholeheartedly working in different craft clusters are the backbones of this sector and we should make all-out efforts to increase their livelihood. He also appreciated EPCH for giving them the opportunity to display their intricate craftsmanship in this show, generating employment for them as well as providing technical support for enhancing designs of their products to compete in the world market. MSME Minister further said that Handicrafts sector can only be flourished when these artisans are paid the real value for their skills. Whatever progress handicraft sector so far has made, it is because of hard work of the artisans and crafts persons of India. “EPCH in collaboration with Manish Gourisaria, Joint Managing Director of M/s Lion India has taken unique initiative to upgrade the Picture Framing Industry in India by conducting GCF training programme for the Indian Framers in association of Fine Art Trade Guild, London, UK to enable the framers in acquiring higher skills and quality of workmanship and accommodate different levels of framing with the bespoke market to International standards,” said Rakesh Kumar, ED – EPCH. The training programme for the fair was held from March 12-17 in Kolkata. The world-renowned master trainer, Stephen Finney GCF (APF) Adv. from Germany and UK had conducted this course. 18 participants from all across the globe, came to Kolkata to participate in the above course and appeared for the exams and among them, nine participants have passed the Guild Certified Framers examination successfully. The winning participants include Vivek Dhar from Meghalaya, J Anto Amalraj, Tamilnadu, Chandrashekar, Karnataka, among others.