It’s almost Easter and that means chocolate! There’s always talk about dark chocolate being healthier than the regular kind. Here’s a great article from the Huffington Post that breaks it down simply. All in moderation!
At NoHo Senior Arts Colony, creativity is one of our favorite amenities. We found this great article courtesy of the Huffington Post about creative types. See if any of these 18 things hit home with you! CLICK HERE for the article.
We found a great resource online for art demo tips and techniques. Artistsnetwork.com has a good array of stuff to check out in the painting and drawing arenas to improve, inspire or spice up your projects. Art techniques can stretch across media, so whether you work with watercolor, oil, colored pencil or pastel you’ll find something to advance your art. CLICK HERE to check them out.
At NoHo Senior Arts Colony, we’ve created an energetic community that’s more inspired. Whether you’re an artist or just like being around creativity, you’ll love all the independent and luxurious and one of a kind amenities such as
_Stadium-style, 78-seat performing arts theater, professionally run by The Road Theatre Company
_Visual Arts Studio
_Artists Lounge and NoHo Terrace for socializing
_Billiards Room and Literary Studio
_Fully equipped Fitness Studio
_Heated swimming pool
_Digital Arts – Computer/Business Center
_Free Wi-Fi in common areas
_Gated garage parking
_Complimentary onsite arts, health, wellness and interactive community programming provided by EngAGE®
Call 855-399-5381 or click here for more information.
Spring is here and there are so many fun things to do at NoHo Senior Arts Colony! To see the April 2014 calendar of exciting events at our independent senior living community, click here.
At NoHo Senior Arts Colony, we love all forms of art, and The Huffington Post has a great article with gorgeous images of street art that’s pretty high brow. The colors and design are wonderful and so energetic. Click here to see the images.
A prominent writer and key counterculture era political figure, Gloria has been involved in feminist and other social justice movements for over forty years. Steinem has founded many organizations and projects and has been the recipient of many awards and honors. She was a columnist for New York magazine and co-founded Ms. magazine. Her books include the bestsellers Revolution from Within: A Book of Self-Esteem, Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions, Moving Beyond Words, and Marilyn: Norma Jean, on the life of Marilyn Monroe. If you were alive in the 1960s and 70s, she was a huge part of our culture. Today, Gloria continues to promote equality in many forms. At age 80, we love her stamina and prolific contributions. Click here to read more about her.