Sphere Magazine Fundraiser Bash June 9th, 2004 at The Knitting Factory, Hollywood, CA

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Proceeds benefit Sphere's creation and three charities: OXFAM America, United Students Against Sweatshops and Locks of Love.

Sphere Magazine’s Fundraiser and After-Party Bash June 9th, 2004

Sphere Magazine is hosting a fundraiser to benefit Sphere’s creation and three charities: OXFAM America, United Students Against Sweatshops, and Locks of Love.

Hosted by Scott Ryan Whinery

Musical performances by Los Angeles based indie-rock band “Everybody Else” (http://www.everybody-else.com), hip hop artist “Get Bent”, jazz/pop artist Candace Devine, special guest appearance by Parliament’s “Funk-Metics”, musical stylings of resident techno DJ “Ms. E” and “DJ Drak” of Club Ice and featuring “Jiji Sweet” of the 100.3 The Beat spinning the After-Party.

Entertainment: Live Art by Karen Pike and David Hinnebusch, Fashion Show by Lunamore (http://www.lunamore.com) and The Bohemian Society (http://www.thebohemiansociety.com) featuring the models of Osbrink, A Silent Art Auction, Raffles and A Casino-Style VIP Room.

Wednesday June 9th, 2004


11:00pm-2:00am After-Party

The Knitting Factory

7021 Hollywood Blvd.

Hollywood, CA 90028

323-463-0204 (venue only)

Please RSVP: info@spheremagazine.com or 323.481.0825

For more info: http://www.spheremagazine.com

$25 donation

$150 VIP donation

*includes subscription

Sphere’s mission is to publish a magazine that identifies the wants, needs and concerns of the 18-34 age group, and to do so in a way that enlightens and affects change within the generation itself. Available in print and online, Sphere will become the publication of choice for the young readers nationwide. The forecasted revenue will not only aid Sphere in all its endeavors, but will also benefit the global community by donating a percentage of proceeds to pre-selected charities.

The September 2004 premiere issue’s theme is “Meet the Mixed Generation”, centralizing around the emergence of a multi-racial generation and its effect on the definition of race in today’s world. Each publication of Sphere will feature diverse and relevant topics contained within four sections: Culture, Travel, Your World, and Arts and Entertainment.

The magazine will be available at Newsstands nationwide for $3.95 beginning August 30th and by subscription at $20 for one year. Subscriptions can be ordered online at http://www.spheremagazine.com.


Isabella Kanjanapangka, Public Relations/Charity Coordinator

562.397.2053 or


Heidi Gress, President/Creative Director 323.481.0825 or


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