Tsunami Coming To Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel

Charenton, LA (PRWEB) March 06, 2015

Anthony Patrone, CEO and General Manager of Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel, announced today that TSUNAMI will now have a restaurant inside the casino with a scheduled opening date of May 2015.

“The restaurants of Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel, such as Mr. Lester’s, are some of the finest in Louisiana. With the addition of TSUNAMI, we will now be offering some our state’s premier Sushi and Asian cuisine. We are proud they have chosen Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel for their third location and know, without a doubt, that their brand will be an outstanding fit with ours. We are all about providing the ultimate entertainment, dining and gaming experience for our guests and TSUNAMI will now be a big part of that,” said Patrone.

“Bringing TSUNAMI to Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel is an incredible opportunity for us. We have been very blessed with the success of our first two locations and it makes sense that our third venture cater to a broader audience in South Louisiana and be a part of an entity that prides itself on culinary excellence. We look forward to our relationship with Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel and are very excited to open later this spring,” said Michele Ezell, Owner of TSUNAMI.

TSUNAMI’s Lafayette property was the first of the two. Four years later a second location in Baton Rouge was opened. Both finding homes in the center of art and culture in Downtown communities.

TSUNAMI’s menu focuses on fresh seafood and diverse dishes with a Japanese and Eastern flare. The brand’s team of talented chefs are constantly researching trends and emerging ingredients in order to bring new experiences to customers. Tsunami’s menu offers standard sushi rolls, nigiri and sashimi and even some with a little enhancement and mouth watering grilled fish and steaks to round out the menu. Tsunami is edible art to marvel at.

About Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel

Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel offers 24 hours of gaming excitement seven days a week. Play, stay and dine at South Louisiana’s premier entertainment destination. Boasting 1,350 of the hottest, newest and most in-demand slot games available with denominations ranging from 1¢ to $ 100, including in-house and wide-area progressives, the Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel slot floor is a thrilling sight to behold. Try your hand on more than 30 tables including Blackjack, Mini-Baccarat, Mississippi Stud, and 3-Card Poker, just to name few.

Enjoy dining in one of the six unique venues. Enjoy oysters on the half-shell or a chilled seafood platter at Bocat’s Oyster Bar, or dance the night away in the high-energy nightclub, Rox, all located within Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel. Stay in our new state-of-the-art, 102-room hotel, offering guests deluxe accommodations.

Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel is located in Charenton, Louisiana off of US Highway 90 at the Baldwin exit. Phone 1-800-284-4386 for more information, visit the website at http://www.cypressbayou.com, or “like” us on Facebook @CypressBayouCasinoHotel.







Oscar Statue Snorting Cocaine Catches All Eyes in Hollywood, Ca

USA (PRWEB) March 02, 2015

A cocaine snorting Oscar statue in Hollywood is the newest scandal deviating from the typical nip slip or scathing scuffle. A new take on the glamour of the movie industry is dawning the streets of Hollywood as Paper Jesus’ rendition of the venerable Oscar trophy sparks questions about drug addiction and substance abuse in Hollywood. The Oscar statue is depicted snorting cocaine, and was constructed to take a political stance on the travails of drug addiction in Hollywood. Paper Jesus, a self named artist in Hollywood, is illuminating the all-too-real world of drug addiction and drug addicts secreted in the ardor of Hollywood. Beyond this, the statue serves as a grim reminder to those walking the streets of Hollywood to get drug and alcohol addiction treatment help for their substance use disorders.

Paper Jesus’ statue begs the question, “Why are we romanticising drug use?” The sparkle of Hollywood wears off behind the scenes of addiction. Drug addicts frequently lose their careers, relations with family, friends, spouses, and children. A victim of a substance use disorder is haunted with the continual thought of finding the biological necessity of his drug of choice. We now know that addiction is a disease as quantifiable as coronary heart failure, espoused with diagnosable symptoms, signs, and medical pitfalls stemming from neglected drug and alcohol addiction treatment. The drug and alcohol inpatient treatment center, Harbor Village Detox recently published a blog post on “3 Ways to Help a Loved One Get Help for Substance Abuse” to guide readers through the confusion of getting help for addiction.

As quoted by CBS Los Angeles, on Feb. 19th, Paper Jesus said, “We often hear about [drug addiction] when a high-profile celebrity perhaps goes into rehab, people like directors, producers, hair and makeup people, electricians, sound guys and so on, these people don’t get the care, the treatment that the high profile people can access. . . If one person who has a heroin addiction or cocaine addiction sees a piece of my art and gets help, well that’s it, my works done.”

A Harbor Village Detox medical associate comments, “Patients think we have a magic wand that can ultimately resolve drug addiction quickly. But that’s not the case. Addiction is a long and arduous process, that demands focused attention to adequately address and rectify long term. You see movie stars and celebrities come out of addiction with glimmering smiles and photoshopped faces. But what people don’t see is the toll it takes on them physically, emotionally, mentally, and biologically. Until celebrities candidly open up about the behind-the-scenes of addiction, the public is going to continue to glorify drug use- and that’s dangerous.”

Harbor Village Detox is a national inpatient medical detox center serving the victims of drug and alcohol addiction; the drug and alcohol treatment facility specializes in connecting recovering heroin addicts and alcoholics to accredited heroin rehab and alcohol rehab facilities. The professional and caring staff of Harbor Village Detox were once suffers of substance use disorders, who have since transformed their lives. Their dedication manifests Harbor Village’s treatment philosophy: every person from any socioeconomic status should have access to the best rehabilitation treatment.

For more information about Harbor Village Detox’s drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs visit harborvillagedetox.com or call directly at 1-855-290-4261.







Farmhouse Fresh


Frisco, TX (PRWEB) March 02, 2015

FarmHouse Fresh® announces that it has partnered with Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa’s Rock Spa® to offer a number of FarmHouse Fresh®-branded bath, body, nail and add-on services to help relax and rejuvenate the face and body, in addition to retailing a number of prominently-displayed FarmHouse Fresh® products at the spa.

The recently renovated 5,782 square-foot Rock Spa®, which reopened in December 2014, embodies “More Zeppelin than Zen. It is the place to rock one’s body and soul.” Rock Spa® features: an all-new hair and nail salon; a couples shower/massage room with large multi-body spray/jetted shower for two, double massage beds and a “wet room” with full height marble walls, mirror and glass mosaic tile that will accommodate specialty treatments; lavish new men’s and women’s locker rooms; and improved pool area and steam rooms. The Rock Spa® offers Hard Rock’s recently introduced “Rhythm & Motion,” the world’s first fully immersive music-centric spa menu utilizing amplified vibrations, pressures and patterns as the foundation of its treatments. This groundbreaking experience will take guests on a rhythmic massage journey.

Shannon McLinden, CEO of FarmHouse Fresh®, explains, “This has been one of the most creative projects ever for FarmHouse Fresh® because we helped create the all-new spa that features FarmHouse Fresh® products combined with an array of fantastic treatment names based on classic rock n’roll songs which are sure to ‘stir the soul’ and bring out everyone’s inner rock star.”

Facial treatments include the memorable “Forever Young” and “Abracadabra” firm and lift facials, which begin with a green tea and coconut milk wash cleanse, followed by a red mud volcanic pumice exfoliation and a steamed compress that infuses skin with nourishing extracts, and completed with a peptide moisturizer and eye serum application. Men can enjoy the “Poker Face Gentleman’s Facial” that includes a steaming whole milk wrap, super fine sand exfoliation using red Montmorillonite clay, a warming cactus tightening gel, and a firming peptide moisturizer “for a vibrant complexion that’s ready for an all-night card game.”

Body treatments include: “Sexy Back” back facial which involves a light dry brush followed by a massage with warm beach stones, exfoliation using pure can sugar, plus a rich orange blossom butter to hydrate and seal in moisture.

Massage treatments include: “We Will Rock You,” a warm stone therapy massage for couples where warmed stones are carefully place to assist muscle relaxation and release through heat transfer.

Pedi services include: “Be Good to Yourself” signature manicure that includes a warm hydrating soak, exfoliation with a fine grain scrub, mask, finished by a forearm massage that melts away stress while deeply nourishing skin; and “Walk This Way” signature pedicure that includes a warmed aromatic foot soak to soften and hydrate layers of dry skin, exfoliation with a fine grained scrub while polishing off dead skin, a nutrient-rich mask to hydrate with antioxidants, finished by a lower leg massage with a luxurious cream to relax and soothe leg muscles while it tones and hydrates.

A wide array of FarmHouse Fresh’s bath, body and clinical skincare products are used throughout these services. Each of the FarmHouse Fresh® products uses up to 99.6% natural ingredients and is free of parabens, sulfates, and mineral oil, with many products being vegan and gluten-free.

To make reservations at the Rock Spa®, please visit online or call 813-627-7625.

For information about FarmHouse Fresh® products, call 888-773-9626 or visit online. FarmHouse Fresh® is an award-winning line of professional bath, body and facial care products repeatedly voted by professionals as one of this country’s favorite bodycare lines. The products can be purchased at top destination spas, resorts, and day spas throughout the U.S., Canada, Caribbean and Middle East.

About Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa is the premier entertainment destination of Central Florida and the place where celebrities love to stay and play. Owned and operated by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, this electrifying casino destination is one of the most successful and largest casinos in the world and is located in Tampa, Florida off of I-4 at North Orient Road and Hillsborough Avenue, between I-75 and I-275, about 10 minutes east of downtown Tampa. Featuring high stakes table games along with thousands of the hottest slot machines, the rock star amenities at this AAA Four Diamond rated hotel and casino range from seven award-winning Zagat-rated restaurants, a newly renovated Rock Spa® and VIP services galore. The casino offers a valet service or free, self-parking. For more information, please call 866-502-PLAY or visit us online and via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.







Annapolis Oyster Roast & Sock Burning – a Celebration of the Spring Equinox and the Arrival of Boating Season

(PRWEB) February 28, 2015

Celebrate the coming of spring at this feast featuring the Chesapeake’s most cherished bivalve. The fifth annual Annapolis Oyster Roast & Sock Burning, a fundraiser for the Annapolis Maritime Museum, will take place at the Museum’s waterfront campus from Noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 21. Last year over 750 oyster enthusiasts from nine Mid-Atlantic States attended the event. The 2015 event is expected to sell out. Tickets http://amaritime.org/

Enjoy festivities including:

    Burning of the socks – a local tradition celebrating the spring equinox and the arrival of boating season and reading of the iconic sock-burning poem, “Ode to the Equinox” Live music including perennial favorites, The Eastport Oyster Boys and the LP’s
    Oyster shucking competition
    Explore and climb aboard an authentic Skipjack, a single-masted, Bay-built sailing vessel built in 1902 and designed to harvest oysters
    For fans of classic boats, and history buffs or those who appreciate fine craftsmanship, a display of classic wooden boats owned by members of the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society
    Plenty of oysters – raw, steamed and roasted

For a modest fee, additional food, beer, wine, Dark & Stormies and soft drinks will be available.

Guests who purchase the “People’s Choice” ticket will be wowed by samples of oyster cuisine from eight premier Annapolis area restaurants. “People’s Choice” guests may vote for the best oyster dish and enjoy all the activities included in general admission Oyster Roast ticket.

The general admission Oyster Roast ticket is $ 25 per person in advance, $ 30 at the door, and free for kids 12 and under. http://amaritime.org/

Admission to the “People’s Choice” Best Oyster Dish tasting competition is $ 55 and only 200 will be sold.

All tickets are available for purchase online at http://amaritime.org/. The event is expected to sell out.

The Annapolis Maritime Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to educating students and adults on the area’s rich maritime heritage and the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay through programs, exhibits and community events. The Museum partners with community groups, government entities, and other like-minded organizations to deliver high-quality educational initiatives and programs on subjects ranging from history and culture to the environment and good stewardship practices.







Yu Leseberg Negotiates and Lawyers the Most Billboard Hot 100 and R & B Hot 100 Agreements in the past 12 months


Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 26, 2015

The Yu Leseberg law firm negotiated and lawyered the highest number of charting “singles” on the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot R & B 100 for a single talent representative than any other law firm in the entertainment industry in Year 2014 31 charting singles on the Billboard Hot 100 & Billboard R & B Hot 100 in 2014!

Helen Yu notes – “We are so proud of our clients and thank them for their continued friendship, support, loyalty, and partnership. Nothing is more satisfying to me than helping to transform dreams into reality.”







15 Ways to Explore Grand Junction Colorado in 2015


GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (PRWEB) February 26, 2015

Located in Colorado’s Wine Country, just a few hours west of Denver, Grand Junction provides visitors a truly unique Colorado escape. With access to more than 20 wineries, 3,000 square miles of state and federally protected public lands, outstanding recreation activities including biking, hiking and fishing, some of the best golf in the state, unique shopping and dining experiences, and much more, Grand Junction offers a variety of memorable vacation opportunities. Here are 15 ways to explore Grand Junction in 2015:

New! Raise a glass at newly opened Red Fox Cellars. This family run winery in Palisade offers a comfortable, relaxing tasting room with a rustic and inviting feel where guests can sample a variety of their unique wines. Red Fox Cellars offers complimentary tastings as well as wine available by the glass or bottle. In addition to wine, Red Fox Cellars will soon be offering a constantly rotating selection of fruit wines/ciders from their draft system, all hand made from local fruits.

New! Take in a show at the recently renovated Avalon Theatre. The historic Avalon Theatre, located on Main Street in Grand Junction’s downtown, recently underwent a $ 9.65 million renovation, providing a state-of-the-art performance venue and movie screening theatre. This year, the theatre is welcoming exciting performances from nationally acclaimed groups including Lyle Lovett & His Acoustic Group, Comedian Rodney Carrington, and the Grand Junction Symphony presenting Mozart in March, with more acts being added weekly.

New! Celebrate 100 years of the National Parks Service at the Colorado National Monument. The National Park Service will celebrate its Centennial in 2016 with a variety of special events and programming beginning summer 2015 and leading up to the anniversary in August 2016. Explore the Colorado National Monument and soak in one of the grand landscapes of the American West. Towering monoliths exist within a vast plateau and canyon panorama that is only a few minutes from Grand Junction. Visitors can experience sheer-walled, red rock canyons along the twists and turns of Rim Rock Drive, and view bighorn sheep and soaring eagles.

New! Bike the Riverfront Trail from Fruita to Grand Junction. The Riverfront Trail expansion project now allows visitors to walk, jog or bike from downtown Grand Junction to Fruita on the newly finished Monument Section of the trail. The Riverfront Trail snakes for miles along the mighty Colorado River, passing through cottonwood forests and open space. The trail has many access points, and visitors can spend an hour or a day exploring the beauty of the riverside environment from the communities of Palisade, Grand Junction and Fruita.

New! Enjoy locally sourced food prepared by executive chef Josh Niernberg. Dine at Jodi and Josh Niernberg’s popular Bin 707 Foodbar in Downtown Grand Junction, at one of the themed West Slope Supper Club pop-up parties, or out of their new food truck at one of their many Feast in the Field events. Chef Niernberg serves seasonal American Cuisine from the Grand Valley’s best brewers, winemakers and farmers!

Ride the train to Colorado Wine Country’s wine festival. A not-to-be-missed opportunity is to travel by train and enjoy the scenery while getting to Colorado’s Wine Country. Buy a ticket on Amtrak’s sought after California Zephyr route, departing anywhere between San Francisco and Chicago, riding the spectacular scenic rails through the Rocky Mountains to reach Grand Junction. Once there, relax at the 22 wineries or to experience the state’s largest wine festival the third weekend of September at the annual Colorado Mountain Winefest.

Fruita Fat Tire Festival, April 23-26, 2015, Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of a Colorado mountain bike tradition, the US Bank Fruita Fat Tire Festival. Guests can ride miles of pristine MTB Trails, meet MTB friends from around the world and support those who share their same passion and MTB lifestyle. There is a great line-up of live musical entertainment, an exciting expo and much more.

Shop Downtown Grand Junction. Main Street in Downtown Grand Junction has been a pedestrian-friendly shopping district since the early 1960’s when visionary city leaders lined the street with trees and created its meandering design. The heart of Grand Junction has been brilliantly revitalized and expanded in the past few years to include more public art, patio dining and wonderful landscaping. Guests won’t find big box chain stores here. What they will find is boutique shopping, unique toy stores, charming candy stores, bookshops, cute kids’ clothing, bike shops, outdoor gear and other unique retailers.

Follow Your Nose to Lavender Fest, July 10-12, 2015. There’s a lot more than grapes growing in Colorado’s Wine Country. Lavender farms are becoming increasingly popular in the area. Fields of the distinctively scented purple flower bloom around Grand Junction each summer before being harvested for use in culinary and medicinal applications, as well as aromatherapy. Each July, visitors can learn more about the unique plant that’s used in everything from perfume to homeopathy during the annual Lavender Festival in Palisade.

Grind the Recently Expanded Public Trail System at The Three Sisters Park. Mountain bikers will love the recently expanded trail system at The Three Sisters Park which includes an additional 130 acres of desert landscape, adjacent to the well-known and popular Tabeguache/Lunch Loop Trail system, located just minutes from downtown Grand Junction. It offers gentle terrain that is perfect for hiking and biking trails for all levels, including families and kids.

Hike the Grand Mesa. This 10,000 foot Grand Mesa overlooks the town of Grand Junction and provides a year-round haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can try boating or fishing on over 300 pristine lakes or hike 100s of trails that are easily accessed from the Grand Mesa National Scenic Byway. Seek the popular and challenging Crag Crest Trail.

Palisade Peach Festival, August 13-16, 2015. Each August, as Palisade’s peaches ripen and thousands of visitors flock to the small town just east of Grand Junction for the Palisade Peach Festival for a weekend of activities that celebrate the delicious, fuzzy fruit. The festival offers a variety of activities from cooking demos to peach-eating contests, parades, carnival rides and more.

Hit the Links at Grand Junction’s Top Courses. With five beautifully designed and maintained public courses, Grand Junction is one of Colorado’s top destinations for golf enthusiasts. Due to the area’s mild, high-desert climate, golfers can enjoy a round almost any day of the year. Golfers won’t want to miss the #1 public golf course in Colorado as ranked by golf digest, The Golf Club at Redlands Mesa.

Raft the Mighty Colorado. Visitors can conquer exciting whitewater rapids on the Green River, Gunnison River or Colorado River while starting their rafting adventure in Grand Junction. Or, they can float tranquilly downstream while enjoying the local scenery. Multi-day trips and single-day adventures are both available seasonally with professional guides.

Sample the Best in Colorado Produce and Artisan Products at the Farmer’s Market. Foodies can sample fresh produce and live entertainment at a variety of farmers’ markets in the Grand Valley throughout the summer and fall travel seasons. Area farmers markets are a bounty of homegrown fruits, veggies and flowers. These entertaining markets are a popular warm-weather destination for locals and visitors to mingle, peruse booths offering a variety of hand-crafted products, and tap their toes to great folksy rock bands.

About Grand Junction (http://www.visitgrandjunction.com). Grand Junction is Colorado’s Wine Country featuring 22 wineries with year-round tasting rooms, and boasts more than 275 days of sunshine annually which helps produce much of the state’s peach and fruit crop. It is the largest city in Western Colorado, located near the Colorado River between Salt Lake City and Denver on Interstate 70. At an altitude of 4,586 feet, warm summers and moderate spring, fall and winter seasons allow for year-round golf, hiking and world-renown biking. Among Grand Junction’s spectacular red cliffs and winding canyons are the 11,000-foot Grand Mesa, the world’s largest flat-topped mountain, the 7,500-foot Book Cliffs including the Wild Horse Area, and the 7,000-foot Colorado National Monument. Other attractions include three national scenic byways, rafting, hunting, fishing, extensive public art displays, museums, and a vibrant downtown. Grand Junction lies in the heart of the Colorado-Utah Dinosaur Diamond and the Grand Circle.







Danville Science Center Appoints New Director


Danville, VA (PRWEB) February 24, 2015

Danville Science Center welcomes Adam Goelbel as its new Director. A long-time employee of The Science Center, Adam previously held the role of Education Director for 13 years and is passionate about continuing to inspire members of the community in this new role.

With a Bachelor’s in Biology/Ecology from Averett University, Adam has used his background to develop and implement live science programming for children of all ages – including spearheading content development of programs in the new Digital Dome Theater. During his temporary tenure as Acting Director, Adam’s expanded educational offerings boosted both the programming and attendance for The Science Center.

“Adam has played a lead role in a number of operating improvements that have been implemented at Danville Science Center these past several months,” says Richard Conti, Chief Wonder Officer, Science Museum of Virginia. “Under his leadership, The Science Center will continue to grow and emphasize the importance of informal STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) learning.”

Danville Science Center is known for providing a unique and interactive educational experience – exploring the fundamentals of science to complex environmental processes. With the 2014 addition of the Digital Dome Theater, The Science Center guests are also able to travel the solar system, tumble with pandas in bamboo forests and transport back in time in the ultimate immersive experience.







Fifty Shades of Grey, Are Abusive Relationships Becoming Mainstream? NoBullying Article Released Today


London, UK (PRWEB) February 24, 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey is a bestselling book trilogy that has been making waves since its release several years ago. But, with the release of the first film based on Fifty Shades of Grey on Valentine’s Day 2015, NoBullying explores the trend of turning abusive relationships into a mainstream wave, in an article released today.

First of all, NoBullying’s Online Editor notes the fact that whether it is mainstream or not, Fifty Shades of Grey, whether in words or visuals, is a piece of art that glorifies several porn related aspects such as BDSM and voyeurism. While it is not rated for younger audience, the truth remains that with today’s technology advancements, teens are still most likely able to watch this film or read the books. Also, even if parents are extra careful, the trailers are extremely suggestive and are airing on television where children can easily watch them, NoBullying warns.

Also, not wanting to spoil the film or the books for those who haven’t been exposed to them yet, the books have elements of abusive relationships such as stalking, put downs, physical abuse (spanking counts even if playful) as well as coercion and controlling behavior, NoBullying’s editor notes.

NoBullying wishes to highlight one of the signs of stalking that are pretty much text book which is when the stalker does what he does simply because they can. They get off on using violence and abuse and making other people feel scared. This stalker will obsess and plan out his actions in intricate detail. This is sometimes hard to see if the stalker is actually close to the person they are stalking and are simply trying to control them. All are elements found in the abusive relationship between the books’ main characters.

NoBullying’s Editor, Radwa Rashad, notes that while these alternative life styles such as BDSM are a free choice for whomever wishes to adopt them and they shouldn’t carry this social stigma, glamorizing abuse under the pretext of a less common lifestyle shouldn’t be accepted.

Ciaran Connolly, Co Founder of NoBullying says “We at NoBullying realize that living in an abusive relationship is one of the hardest thing a person can go through, many people-including children, are abused daily. Putting an aura of glamor and mystery to domestic violence and abusive relationships under a pretext of love doesn’t help end domestic abuse.”

He added that parents and teachers should make a point to educate the younger generations about the sad outcome of neglecting one’s safety online and offline. According to Connolly, it is quite imperative to press for more firm laws condemning all acts of bullying and harassment.

He also adds that parents and children should always be entitled to more communication with school administrators and guidance councilors in order to put a stop to bullying and hazing practices happening inside school on daily basis. Other children in school should also be made aware about the bystander concept and how they should intervene and step up when a bullying incident takes place.

NoBullying.com features many pages dedicated to parents, teens, teachers, health professionals as well as posts related to cyber safety and the latest news about law making concerning curbing Bullying worldwide, including helpline resources, as well as inspirational Bullying Poems and famous Bullying Quotes.

The website regularly updates its bullying statistics and cyber bullying statistics as it is essential to understand how widespread the bullying epidemic is. It also regularly runs cyber bullying surveys and questionnaires to get recent updated statistics on everything related to cyberbullying.

He also added that anyone suffering from bullying in any form or way can always find advice and help on the NoBullying website wherever they are or whatever they are going through.