Foo Fighters’ new record ‘Medicine at Midnight’ is their “Saturday night party album”.
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Dr. Davita Danesh of Concierge Dentistry
Dr. Jay Grossman
“She has extensive experience with cosmetic dentistry, as well as pediatric dentistry.” – Dr. Jay Grossman
LOS ANGELES, CA, US, December 3, 2020 /[To enable links contact MENAFN] EINPresswire.com/ — Winner of the Best of Los Angeles Award – ‘Best Dentist – 2020’ , [To enable links contact MENAFN] Dr. Jay Grossman and his [To enable links contact MENAFN] Concierge Dentistry team are thrilled to welcome Dr. Davita Danesh to their practice in Brentwood, CA. Since 1991, Concierge Dentistry’s mission has been to deliver the finest dental care available. Using state-of-the-art dental technology, their office provides modern imaging capabilities that allow you to clearly see the reasons for procedures and the intended results.
Dr. Danesh, a native Angelino, did her undergraduate training at UCLA, and her dental training at USC. “Dr. Danesh’s extensive experience with cosmetic dentistry, as well as pediatric dentistry will be of incredible benefit to our team and patients”, states Dr. Grossman.
Professor at UCLA College of Dentistry and Professor at NYU College of Dentistry, Dr. Grossman believes in delivering ultra-high-level care with state-of-the-art equipment and techniques. He has helped over 10,000 children and adults enjoy more beautiful smiles and greater self-confidence. He states, “We recognize that patients are individuals with different goals and needs, and we strive to provide a soothing and educational environment where extraordinary results are realized.”
In partnership with Dr. Grossman’s years of experience, Dr. Davita Danesh will surely contribute to the excellence that Concierge Dentistry stands behind, and excel in her new practice. Dr. Grossman expresses his enthusiasm by stating, “We are very excited to welcome her to our practice”.
Dr. Jay Grossman ([To enable links contact MENAFN] ) has a concierge dental practice in the Brentwood neighborhood of West Los Angeles since 1991 with several specialists offering “continuity of care”, all specialties under one roof. He is a graduate of NYU College of Dentistry as well as a former Lieutenant in the United States Navy Dental Corps. He is a current Professor at UCLA College of Dentistry and Professor at NYU College of Dentistry and a former Professor at Western University College of Dental Medicine. Dr. Grossman is a speaker on the national stage, and the founder of Homeless Not Toothless, an organization that has donated over $5 million in free dental care to over 60,000 homeless Veterans and foster children.
Dr. Jay Grossman and his Concierge Dentistry team’s goal has always been simple: to deliver the finest dental care available. Using state-of-the-art dental technology, they have provided modern imaging capabilities that allow their patients to clearly see the reasons for procedures and the intended results. They recognize that patients are individuals with different goals and needs, and they strive to provide a soothing and educational environment where extraordinary results are realized.
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Fitness model. Hybrid athlete. Entrepreneur. Mother.
Ashley Horner, 36, wears many different hats, and with them all one thing is consistent: her passion.
And add one other hat, philanthropist, for the woman who ran for 40 hours straight one weekend this month to raise money for an orphanage in Haiti.
Horner grew up on a ranch in Oklahoma and relocated to Virginia Beach five years ago.
“I always had an athletic background with gymnastics and playing soccer when I was younger,” Horner said. To satisfy her competitive nature, Horner got into fitness competitions, including ultra-events, which led to her modeling career.
“I just kept wanting to find something else that would challenge me,” she said.
But, through each professional experience — fitness celebrity, magazine covers, endorsement deals, and dealing with her finances — Horner said she was eager to dig deeper.
Horner is the mother of three sons, Tripp, 13, Cash, 11, and Otto, 5, runs three businesses and has a nonprofit organization.
She opened American Brew on Shore Drive in Virginia Beach in 2016, and relocated the coffee/whiskey bar and restaurant a year later to its current location on East Stratford Road, which is off Shore Drive near the Lynnhaven Inlet.
“I didn’t know anything about the restaurant industry. I’ve had to learn as I continued on,” Horner said. “It’s been a lot of fun and I’m actually looking to open up my second location early in 2021.”
Although times have been tough during the pandemic, Horner said that when it hit she quickly reevaluated the business’s operation system and kept the doors open.
“I knew that my staff depended on me for their income,” she said. “Within a matter of four days we flip-flopped operations. I did whatever I had to do to keep American Brew open.”
The restaurant’s team of 10 rallied and continues to thrive in the community-focused business.
“You talk about overcoming adversity — which is what I’m all about — they really did that and they did an outstanding job,” Horner said.
She also owns and operates Valkyrie Surf and Snow, a small online clothing company she opened in 2016 dedicated to the active female.
With two employees handling the sales, Horner said she might eventually move it to a brick-and-mortar business.
“My overall mission is to empower women. I think it’s really important for women to find beauty and strength within themselves,” she said.
Horner opened American Screen Printing in 2018 purely because she decided she wanted to eliminate the “middleman” and print her apparel herself.
Originally focused on printing for her companies, projects and events, the business has seen rapid growth and now prints for others in town.
She is getting ready to move the business to the Railroad District in Norfolk and will be hiring several more employees.
Eager to help others, Horner started the Unbroken Foundation in 2013. The organization helps battered women and children through its donation-based program.
In July, she started recording her own podcast, “Reborn.” The
Dave Grohl and co gave fans the first taste of their delayed 10th LP with the lead single, ‘Shame Shame’, which they debuted on ‘Saturday Night Live’ over the weekend.
And now, the ‘Learn to Fly’ hitmaker has teased that fans can expect a totally different and “fresh” sound on their follow-up to 2017’s ‘Concrete + Gold’.
Speaking to NME.com, Grohl said of their upcoming nine-track collection: “Since it’s our 10th record and 25th anniversary, we decided years ago that we wanted to do something that sounded fresh. We’ve made so many different types of album, we’ve done acoustic things, we’ve done punk-rock things, mid-tempo Americana type of things. We have a lot of albums to fall back on, so you just have to go with our gut feeling and I thought instead of making some mellow adult album, I thought ‘F*** that, let’s make a party album.'”
Asked what type of “party” it is, the former Nirvana drummer explained: “A lot of our favorite records have these big grooves and riffs. I hate to call it a funk or dance record, but it’s more energetic in a lot of ways than anything we’ve ever done and it was really designed to be that Saturday night party album. It was written and sequenced in a way that you put on, and nine songs later you’ll just put it on again. Y’know, songs like ‘Making A Fire’. To me that’s rooted in Sly & The Family Stone grooves, but amplified in the way that the Foo Fighters do it.”