The sequel to my post entitled ‘good news’ in which I announced I’m seeing Pierce the Veil on March 1st. Well, get this. They’ve added vip tickets in which you get to meet the band and get pictures and some other stuff. Unfortunately they’re sold out on that date and every other EXCEPT March 2nd, also in Toronto, also added since I bought my first tickets. Plot twist, right? So I’m seeing them 2 days in a row and on the second day I’m meeting them! I thought this couldn’t get any better. It still hasn’t quite set in.
Ballet dancers in the Kibera neighborhood of Nairobi, Kenya one of biggest slums in Africa. The ballerinas (ballerinos) are young students who study dance for fun, made possible through a program run by U.K.-based charity Anno’s Africa, which provides alternative arts education to over 800 children in Kenya. The classes are taught by Mike Wamaya previously worked as a dancer throughout Europe. His classes focus on both the physical and mental well-being, that promotes confidence-building. The children feel and see how much they can accomplish if someone gives them the chance, in turn improves their self-esteem and makes them stronger in their daily life.