פורנו אמהות אתרי סקס מובילים

פורנו אמהות אתרי סקס מובילים

Why can we not see that our friction could be used to polish one another? I read a little anecdote about when John's mother died: He was an angry teenager — a switchblade in his pocket, a cigarette in his lips, sex on his mind.

At a memorial service for his "unstable" and suddenly dead mom whom he'd just recently been getting close to , he — pissed off and drunk — punched a bandmate in the face and stormed out of the memorial reception. Paul, several years his junior — a young boy, really, who didn't yet care about girls, who was clearly UNCOOL, and who was let into the band despite his lack of badass-ness and sexual prowess due to the fact that even at 14 he could play the s— out of the guitar — chased John out onto the street saying, "John, why are you being such a jerk?

Paul said, "You never even once asked me about my mum. They hugged in the middle of the suburban street. John apparently said, "Can we please start a f——g rock 'n' roll band? This story answered a question that had lingered in my brain my whole music-listening life: If The Beatles were only together 10 years and the members of the band were so young that entire time, how did they manage to write "Help," "Fool on the Hill," "Eleanor Rigby," "Yesterday," "A Day in the Life"?

They were just year-old boys with a gaggle of babes outside their hotel room door and as much Champagne as a young lad could stand. How did they set their minds to such substantive artistic goals?

They did it because they were in pain. They knew that love does not last. They knew it as extremely young men. Love does not last. I don't want it to be true.

I mean if the point of a rose was to last forever, it would be made of stone, right? So how do we handle this idea with grace and maturity? If you're a romantic like me, it's hard not to long for some indication of healing between the two of them. All signs point that way. And he did it with obvious joy. Can you listen to "Two of Us" the last song they wrote side by side and not hurt a little?

What were those two motherless boys who hugged in the middle of the road so long ago thinking as they wrote "The two of us have memories longer than the road that stretches out ahead"? The dynamic of their breakup, like any divorce, is mysterious. Some say that Paul, the pupil, had surpassed John, the mentor, and they couldn't reach a new balance. Some say Paul was a little snot who bought the publishing rights out from underneath the other three. Others say without Brian Epstein there was no mediator between their egos.

I played Samantha Mason Jr. I told her the song had been written by McCartney for Lennon's son after Lennon's divorce and she listened even more intently. George once said that "Hey Jude" was the beginning of the end for the Beatles.

Brian Epstein had just died and John and Paul were left alone to run the brand-new Apple label. They recorded "Hey Jude" and "Revolution" as a single. Normally, Brian would decide which song was the A-side and which was the B-side, but now it was up to the boys. John thought "Revolution" was an important political rock song and that they needed to establish themselves as an adult band.

Paul thought "Revolution" was brilliant but that The Beatles were primarily a pop band and so they should lead with "Hey Jude. They had a vote. George said that John felt Paul had pulled off a kind of coup d'etat. He wasn't visibly upset but he began to withdraw.

It was no longer his band. Mick Jagger says that once the Fab Four arrived and let word of their new single slip — just as Side 1 of the Stones' big new album was finishing — everyone clamored to hear it. Once The Beatles were on, they just kept flipping the single over and over. Once when John was asked whether he would ever play with Paul again, he answered: We play well together — if he had an idea and needed me, I'd be interested.

Maybe the lesson is: Please share with your friends! For more info contact: Advah- Ktoret- Yoel- Check these out! After a successful debut album tour, the Jerusalem born-and-raised duo starts working on their 2nd album - and meanwhile celebrates the month of Adar in a festive, up-beat band show! New covers and songs from the first and upcoming album. Netanel Amar - guitar, mandolin and vocals Tamar Amar - vocals, violin and guitar Or Hasson - bass Sharon Levi - guitars Tamar and Netanel Amar, a married and musical couple, both grew up in Jerusalem to Jewish observant families, but met during different periods of their lives.

While Tamar was in the midst of promoting her debut album, Netanel was composing music and dreaming of a music career which seemed to be only a dream. They met in at Tamar's performance and both felt an immediate connection that naturally evolved into a musical duet and marriage.

The Discord by Benji Boyadgian. Through a painting process of repetition and mutation of the patterns, Boyadgian echoes the footprints that leaves traces on the surface alluding to Palestine as a place at a junction, subject to repeated passage throughout history. It will discuss the aesthetic, historical, political, social, and philosophical aspects around the project. The online version of the book will be hosted by ibraaz. Exhibition running until 28 April For further information contact us: Modern Phase is a band based on live instruments, mainly combining neo-soul and hip-hop.

Kitchen Recollections, by Mirna Bamieh. Al Ma'mal cordially invites you to attend, Potato Talks: The third edition in Jerusalem will share stories about the generation kitchen of different communities inhabiting the old city for centuries.

We will hear Jerusalem storytellers recalling stories that their great grandfathers brought with them from India, Uzbekistan, Chad, Sudan, Morocco, Armenia and other countries, and how they weave these stories into their current life they are experiencing in the old city, Jerusalem. Stories are like Potatoes they come from the land, magic happens when they are brought from the closed doors of kitchens to the street, becoming the canvas for storytelling, re-calling attention to seemingly insignificant acts, celebrating the ordinary, and uncovering a new layer of interaction in the city.

This project is generously supported by the Representative Office of Switzerland in Ramallah. Art Community Kids and Family. The Ostri - Israeli Pop-Rock https: At Abraham Hostel Jerusalem, Hanevi'im For the period of its existence, they released 3 albums, toured with concerts all over Europe and many cities of Russia. In they make a tour in honor of the 10 anniversary of the group and start from Israel.

We have actually never played as a crew in Jerusalem before, so we're hella excited to bring our freakshow over to the holy city and dirty it up with some sin.

Mamashkanta and Not focus! Come and rock with us and don't forget to pray for our souls. Art Visual Arts Celebration. Their saturated colors deepen the sense of alienation evoked by the works. Both seem to offer a model for a real or imagined environment. Digital images, flickering screens, the fragmentation and connection of different worlds preoccupy both artists, each in his or her own way.

The works in the exhibition raise question regarding an actual and conceptual trickle of material and the blending of background and space, interior and exterior.

Party Kids and Family. After some quick rehearsals they immediately appeared on Balcony TV, Hamburg and started playing live-gigs. Meanwhile they performed at many places in Germany.

Their music is strictly danceable and swinging. With a lot of spirit the Mencinis perform on stage. A fresh and unique mix of swing and blues and a dash of rumba once a while.

With their vibrant sound they enchant the audience and urge them to move to the rhythm. Come join us for a one-of-a-kind night of swing dancing: This is your chance to take out your vintage clothes, dress up and dance the night away to live New Orleans style swing and blues music. Saturday March 11th Our fantastic lineup includes: All through the evening great D. The Mencinis offical website: Studio Prisma, rooftop of Klal building, 97 Yaffo St.

First-timers and non-dancing music lovers are welcome. No need to come with a partner. For additional information or tickets: Music Kids and Family. Art Music Party DJ. Purim Party at the Abraham Hostel!!! Pre-sale for 30 ILS - Ticket order: See you there, Abraham. Like every year, the best party the city has to offer, as part of the amazing Purim celebration in Jerusalem.

Massive sound system in the open air, backgrounded by a stunning view of Nachlaot, best local dj's who are an integral part of the soundtrack of our city, a mad surprise show of an international musician who will fly us high in the air, bar and food stalls, art and decor and a variety of colorful Purim delights!

And of course admission is free and the event is open to everyone! Young people, children, families, and veterans of the city - everyone everyone everyone is invited to celebrate and rejoice together on the most colorful and happy day that the city has to offer!

Full senses thrilling concert, bunch of musical instruments and sounds from space, the wizard of costumes that burns dancefloors all over the world After playing in every possible dancefloor in Israel, Adam who accompanied and built the electronic music scene of Jerusalem, comes with the traditional set full of low frequencies which gonna bounce us high in the spirit of the traditional Purim carnival!

Nonstop stop killing-it around Jerusalem with his arab beats, Ramzy comes to give us a proper othentic oriental show full and lift us to a crazy bilingual primitive feast!

Whoever went to the Purim party in Sacher Park in recent years knows that this is a set not to be missed, and the most amazing way to end the carnival! Whoever was in Jerusalem's techno parties in recent years, certainly danced to one of the funky sexy sets of this gifted musician. With a mix of tribal Techno, Minimal funky disco and a lots of surprises, Moti will make your buttoms move uncontrollably, be warned!

Free free free entry, lots of space to dance, enjoy and celebrate in the open air with the best atmosphere there is. The party will be held at Sacher Park above the tunnel leading to Kiryat Moshe city entrance , right at the end of Bezalel Street.

We are all responsible for keeping the place clean, trash cans will be spread throughout the area for the convenience of everyone. Glass bottles are prohibited! There will be a bar with affordable prices, and food stalls with a variety of goodies. The excitement is huge purim is comming! The world's happiest Carnival!

Come and celebrate and dance with old friends and make new friends in the colourful festival of costumes in our beloved city of Jerusalem! The heart-warming rags-to-riches story of Annie, an orphan in depression-era New York.

Performance Dance Theatre Music. Visit above link, or starcatcher. The musical theater classic sure to make a splash!

Featuring the spectacular talents of: Idan Almalem is a saz musician who plays with Lakum, plays with the international singer Ilana Alya, and their student Yochai Barak and Jihan Turkuglu. He is coming to Friday at Musrara in order share their knowledge in a workshop for saz musicians. Musicians are welcome to bring their instruments with them.

The public is welcome to come, listen and enjoy! The concerts are taking place every friday in the school. Graduates Ensembles and student will play every friday. Cant arrive on this friday? Come on the next one! Come and bring your friends with you. Friday, March 17th 2 - 4: Is it a new found emotion that I have yet to encounter? Courage means living with integrity and holding true to what you know to be right, even if every thought from your mind begs you to do otherwise.

Courage is outrageous, draws on every impetus that you have to be able to live aligned to your truth. Courage means all acceptance and all compassion especially for yourself. Courage is acting now and in clarity.

Courage is in saying no even when it takes every morsel of your power to do so. Courage is in saying yes despite it defying all logic. Saying yes to Self. Courage is there as an undercurrent, like presence or awareness. It is not something you have. It is an extant place to access, like a secret doorway to limitless power. Find the key to the doorway. Unlock and fall into the Unknown. Be content to not know. There is only the unfathomable. Here you are Home. All B2B2B all-nighter at Sira!

This Friday, three vinyl enthusiasts will meet at Sira, Jerusalem to play their favorite 7inch records. Thrash metal is alive! Unleashed in the middle east! The artists will present masterpieces by Joseph Haydn, W. Everyone enjoyed listening to interesting lectures by Hebrew University students, on various topics related to neuroscience. To infiltrate the city's walls and to present the girls of Jerusalem tiny suicides, crimson decorated songs.

After the great success of their new show "Gunned Down Horses Orchestra", they are back to portray their musical vision as a theatrical quintet. Alongside the horses will ride the local neo folk princess Tamar Singer, meanwhile releasing her band's "Cruel Wonders" debut album. A special collaboration, unique to the holy city. An Experimental-Infantile-Apocalyptic trio based on free improvisation that investigates sound areas of jazz, noise and popular music.

Since it was formed Gog is in the process of developing a unique aesthetic language that derives from a vision of making a focused sound picture. Abandoning the narrative as the musical guideline, and embracing handling materials in the rawest form makes Gog's performance a unique static, living-breathing experience.

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How does this happen? Version certificate for those under the age of Saying yes to Self. It is an abundance of great content created for you. Exhibition running until 28 April For further information contact us: Art Performance Music Culture Community. This show is part of the Jerusalem Arts Festival. Please share with your friends! I know, I know, I know, it has nothing to do with me, but damn it, tell me again why love can't. And he did it with obvious joy.

All signs point that way. And he did it with obvious joy. Can you listen to "Two of Us" the last song they wrote side by side and not hurt a little? What were those two motherless boys who hugged in the middle of the road so long ago thinking as they wrote "The two of us have memories longer than the road that stretches out ahead"? The dynamic of their breakup, like any divorce, is mysterious. Some say that Paul, the pupil, had surpassed John, the mentor, and they couldn't reach a new balance.

Some say Paul was a little snot who bought the publishing rights out from underneath the other three. Others say without Brian Epstein there was no mediator between their egos. I played Samantha Mason Jr.

I told her the song had been written by McCartney for Lennon's son after Lennon's divorce and she listened even more intently. George once said that "Hey Jude" was the beginning of the end for the Beatles. Brian Epstein had just died and John and Paul were left alone to run the brand-new Apple label. They recorded "Hey Jude" and "Revolution" as a single. Normally, Brian would decide which song was the A-side and which was the B-side, but now it was up to the boys.

John thought "Revolution" was an important political rock song and that they needed to establish themselves as an adult band. Paul thought "Revolution" was brilliant but that The Beatles were primarily a pop band and so they should lead with "Hey Jude. They had a vote. George said that John felt Paul had pulled off a kind of coup d'etat. He wasn't visibly upset but he began to withdraw. It was no longer his band. Mick Jagger says that once the Fab Four arrived and let word of their new single slip — just as Side 1 of the Stones' big new album was finishing — everyone clamored to hear it.

Once The Beatles were on, they just kept flipping the single over and over. Once when John was asked whether he would ever play with Paul again, he answered: We play well together — if he had an idea and needed me, I'd be interested. Maybe the lesson is: Love doesn't last, but the music love creates just might.

Your mom and I couldn't make love last, but you are the music, my man. We All Shine On ". I present to you: Just listen to the whole CD, OK? Listen to McCartney's "Here Today. So no matter how mad John was, he wasn't that mad.

George Harrison, "My Sweet Lord" 3. Ringo Starr, "Photograph" 5. Paul McCartney, "Every Night" 7. George Harrison, "Blow Away" 8. John Lennon, "Woman" John Lennon, "Stand by Me" Paul McCartney, "Junk" John Lennon, "Love" John Lennon, "Watching the Wheels" John Lennon, "Mind Games" John Lennon, "God" 2.

Wings, "Listen to What the Man Said" 3. John Lennon, "Crippled Inside" 4. Channelling feelings of love, lust and heartbreak into the making of it, she has created an ep that is at once incredibly sexy and deeply emotional. Feelings which are at the forefront of her powerful live performance.

Sammy Slabbinck Introvert Art Performance Music Concert Culture. Director Elite Zexer in conversation with Jessica Steinberg at a special screening with English subtitles of the Ophir Award-winning film set in a Bedouin community in southern Israel. Art Music Concert Culture. Jerusalem doors open at Community Sports and Games.

The cost of participation in the race - up to the - 28th to February is 30 NIS , then up to the 1th of March Register here - https: Get to the Neomi St. We emphasize that the police gave its permission to the race, and it is secured. The race length is 3 km 1. By registering for the race, you remove responsibility from the organizers and you declare that you are eligible to participate in the race.

Parent permission is required for anyone participant under the age of Version certificate for those under the age of Sent message to -: Grow your own food?

And all of this in a place close to home - in the center of the city!! You are invited to join us in creating a new communal space for urban agriculture. Send us a message or e-mail with your contact information, description and technical needs for the performance. For further information, get in touch: Pharaoh, German - Friday Through this play and the liberation of this one word, countless women throughout the world have taken control of their bodies and their lives.

For the last 19 years, The Vagina Monologues has given voice to experiences and feelings not previously exposed in public and brought a deeper consciousness to the conversation around ending violence against women and girls.

V-Day is a global movement to end violence against women and girls. V-Day is a catalyst that promotes creative events to increase awareness, raise money, and revitalize the spirit of existing anti-violence organizations The play is produced on a voluntary basis and all profits will contribute to build a yoga therapy group for sexually assaulted teenagers.

The play will be bilingual Hebrew and English Ticket price - 30 NIS - further donation would be appreciated Click here to purchase tickets: We involve the audience in harmony and rhythm and create an awesome sound and feel with you together.

Meaningful original songs with a folk-rock and funky feel and lyrics that reach out to the deepest and wild mysteries of Purim.

Join us for a wonderful and unforgettable meaningful experience. Please share with your friends! For more info contact: Advah- Ktoret- Yoel- Check these out!

After a successful debut album tour, the Jerusalem born-and-raised duo starts working on their 2nd album - and meanwhile celebrates the month of Adar in a festive, up-beat band show! New covers and songs from the first and upcoming album. Netanel Amar - guitar, mandolin and vocals Tamar Amar - vocals, violin and guitar Or Hasson - bass Sharon Levi - guitars Tamar and Netanel Amar, a married and musical couple, both grew up in Jerusalem to Jewish observant families, but met during different periods of their lives.

While Tamar was in the midst of promoting her debut album, Netanel was composing music and dreaming of a music career which seemed to be only a dream. They met in at Tamar's performance and both felt an immediate connection that naturally evolved into a musical duet and marriage. The Discord by Benji Boyadgian. Through a painting process of repetition and mutation of the patterns, Boyadgian echoes the footprints that leaves traces on the surface alluding to Palestine as a place at a junction, subject to repeated passage throughout history.

It will discuss the aesthetic, historical, political, social, and philosophical aspects around the project. The online version of the book will be hosted by ibraaz. Exhibition running until 28 April For further information contact us: Modern Phase is a band based on live instruments, mainly combining neo-soul and hip-hop. Kitchen Recollections, by Mirna Bamieh. Al Ma'mal cordially invites you to attend, Potato Talks: The third edition in Jerusalem will share stories about the generation kitchen of different communities inhabiting the old city for centuries.

We will hear Jerusalem storytellers recalling stories that their great grandfathers brought with them from India, Uzbekistan, Chad, Sudan, Morocco, Armenia and other countries, and how they weave these stories into their current life they are experiencing in the old city, Jerusalem. Stories are like Potatoes they come from the land, magic happens when they are brought from the closed doors of kitchens to the street, becoming the canvas for storytelling, re-calling attention to seemingly insignificant acts, celebrating the ordinary, and uncovering a new layer of interaction in the city.

This project is generously supported by the Representative Office of Switzerland in Ramallah. Art Community Kids and Family. The Ostri - Israeli Pop-Rock https: At Abraham Hostel Jerusalem, Hanevi'im For the period of its existence, they released 3 albums, toured with concerts all over Europe and many cities of Russia. In they make a tour in honor of the 10 anniversary of the group and start from Israel.

We have actually never played as a crew in Jerusalem before, so we're hella excited to bring our freakshow over to the holy city and dirty it up with some sin. Mamashkanta and Not focus! Come and rock with us and don't forget to pray for our souls. Art Visual Arts Celebration. Their saturated colors deepen the sense of alienation evoked by the works. Both seem to offer a model for a real or imagined environment. Digital images, flickering screens, the fragmentation and connection of different worlds preoccupy both artists, each in his or her own way.

The works in the exhibition raise question regarding an actual and conceptual trickle of material and the blending of background and space, interior and exterior. Party Kids and Family. After some quick rehearsals they immediately appeared on Balcony TV, Hamburg and started playing live-gigs.

Meanwhile they performed at many places in Germany. Their music is strictly danceable and swinging. With a lot of spirit the Mencinis perform on stage. A fresh and unique mix of swing and blues and a dash of rumba once a while. With their vibrant sound they enchant the audience and urge them to move to the rhythm. Come join us for a one-of-a-kind night of swing dancing: This is your chance to take out your vintage clothes, dress up and dance the night away to live New Orleans style swing and blues music.

Saturday March 11th Our fantastic lineup includes: All through the evening great D. The Mencinis offical website: Studio Prisma, rooftop of Klal building, 97 Yaffo St. First-timers and non-dancing music lovers are welcome. No need to come with a partner. For additional information or tickets: Music Kids and Family. Art Music Party DJ.

Purim Party at the Abraham Hostel!!! Pre-sale for 30 ILS - Ticket order: See you there, Abraham. Like every year, the best party the city has to offer, as part of the amazing Purim celebration in Jerusalem. Massive sound system in the open air, backgrounded by a stunning view of Nachlaot, best local dj's who are an integral part of the soundtrack of our city, a mad surprise show of an international musician who will fly us high in the air, bar and food stalls, art and decor and a variety of colorful Purim delights!

And of course admission is free and the event is open to everyone! Young people, children, families, and veterans of the city - everyone everyone everyone is invited to celebrate and rejoice together on the most colorful and happy day that the city has to offer! Full senses thrilling concert, bunch of musical instruments and sounds from space, the wizard of costumes that burns dancefloors all over the world After playing in every possible dancefloor in Israel, Adam who accompanied and built the electronic music scene of Jerusalem, comes with the traditional set full of low frequencies which gonna bounce us high in the spirit of the traditional Purim carnival!

Nonstop stop killing-it around Jerusalem with his arab beats, Ramzy comes to give us a proper othentic oriental show full and lift us to a crazy bilingual primitive feast! Whoever went to the Purim party in Sacher Park in recent years knows that this is a set not to be missed, and the most amazing way to end the carnival! Whoever was in Jerusalem's techno parties in recent years, certainly danced to one of the funky sexy sets of this gifted musician. With a mix of tribal Techno, Minimal funky disco and a lots of surprises, Moti will make your buttoms move uncontrollably, be warned!

Free free free entry, lots of space to dance, enjoy and celebrate in the open air with the best atmosphere there is. The party will be held at Sacher Park above the tunnel leading to Kiryat Moshe city entrance , right at the end of Bezalel Street.

We are all responsible for keeping the place clean, trash cans will be spread throughout the area for the convenience of everyone. Glass bottles are prohibited! There will be a bar with affordable prices, and food stalls with a variety of goodies. The excitement is huge purim is comming! The world's happiest Carnival! Come and celebrate and dance with old friends and make new friends in the colourful festival of costumes in our beloved city of Jerusalem!

The heart-warming rags-to-riches story of Annie, an orphan in depression-era New York. Performance Dance Theatre Music. Visit above link, or starcatcher. The musical theater classic sure to make a splash! Featuring the spectacular talents of: Idan Almalem is a saz musician who plays with Lakum, plays with the international singer Ilana Alya, and their student Yochai Barak and Jihan Turkuglu.

He is coming to Friday at Musrara in order share their knowledge in a workshop for saz musicians. Musicians are welcome to bring their instruments with them.

The public is welcome to come, listen and enjoy! The concerts are taking place every friday in the school. Graduates Ensembles and student will play every friday. Cant arrive on this friday? Come on the next one!

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