Last Friday, we had the opportunity to taste the snack combo nobody knew they needed- Oreo Cookie Popcorn. Snack Pop brought a fun-filled Oreo themed party to Los Angeles in celebration of National Oreo Day.
This past Saturday, The Knockturnal had the opportunity to attend the High-Performance Lifestyle Training Retreat (HPLT) in Los Angeles. The HPLT Retreat brings together driven individuals who aim to improve their lifestyle. The HPLT Retreat is a 3-day event, including keynote speakers, yoga, and an intense HIIT workout day. HPLT’s mission is to “empower your inner savage” to come out.
On Tuesday, The Knockturnal had the opportunity to celebrate Julie Mintz on the release of her new single and Retreat Magazine cover.
On July 9 we had the opportunity to attend the premiere of Unstoppable. This inspiring documentary tells the story of a professional surfer, Bethany Hamilton, who at age 13 was involved in a shark attack on the coast of Kauai, Hawaii. After losing her left arm in the incident, the young surfer was still determined to continue her path to professional surfing. Bethany inspired millions around the world as she was back on the competitive surfing circuit less than a year later. She wrote an autobiography on her experience in 2004, Soul Surfer: A True Story of Faith. Bethany continues to inspire with every decision she has made since.
In the manly world of race car driving, Hurley Haywood is a household name.
Halloween may be over, but heart-racing, gut-wrenching, zombie-filled movies didn’t end October 31st.
On October 28, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation celebrated their 30th annual A Time For Heroes Family Festival. Celebrities including Olivia Munn, Ariel Winter, Gilles Marini, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and Erin Foster attended the event to show their support.
We are all eagerly anticipating “Venom,” which appears in theaters tomorrow, October 5th.
ADCOLOR is an organization promoting diversity and inclusion across creative industries. “Rise Up and Reach Back”, is the motto and overall mission of ADCOLOR.
If you thought your romance life was tricky, you should take a look at the newest indie film, “Banana Split.”