Tired after a long day, you get into your car with the thought that in a moment you will find yourself on your way home. You turn the key and ... oops, the car has broken down again. Irritated, you start to wonder why is it, that even the car is against you. And now another situation: Feeling tired, you get into the car. Without thinking about it you twist the key, and from under the hood of the car a quiet but distinctive rumble of a powerful engine reaches your ears. A pleasant vision, isn’t it? This is what awaits you with a new Subaru WRX.
This one of a kind museum showcases the instruments of the world, displayed roughly by continent, and features state of the art, wireless technology that allows you to see and hear the instruments being played. Guests will also be able to touch and play some instruments as well as get an “insider’s view” of how instruments work.
There’s something “just right” about the Glendale Police Museum. Not too big and not too small, the museum evolved out of retired Glendale Police Officer Dan Kallberg’s desire to preserve the history of the police department where he once served. Kallberg began collecting memorabilia, with the help of the Glendale Historical Society, even before he retired in 2004, and the museum officially opened in November 2002 at 6821 N. 57th Ave.
J.Sharelle is a native of Brooklyn and she’s been performing Spoken Word poetry since 2005. Additionally, J.Sharelle holds a BA in Sociology from Long Island University. And this summer, she’ll be releasing her debut EP, “Matters of the Heart” and so with no further adieu, I give you my interview with J. Sharelle.
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