2020 Conscious Life Expo - LAX Hilton Los Angeles
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2020 Conscious Life Expo

2020 Conscious Life Expo LAX
Conscious Life Expo

Dennis Gonzales of Pow and Bonnie Bloomgarden of Death Valley Girls from The TMA-1 Project revisit Conscious Life Expo for the sixth year for Pow Magazine. They spent two days at the expo interviewing exhibitors, recording live music, and attending workshops.

Conscious Life Expo Conference and Exposition initiates a conscious co-creation for a new world, a world based on new paradigms in science, spirituality, longevity, local and global community, relationships, health, and well-being. Pow Magazine has always reached out to the fringes of art, music, and ideas. Conscious Life Expo is an extension of Pow’s philosophy and we’ve interviewed people from the conference for many years to bring you different ideas, and answers beyond our dimension. The TMA-1 Project is an affiliation under POW. Co-Founders of The TMA-1 Project research and study about exopolitics, close encounters, abductions, and other theories. The TMA-1 Project’s mission is to make otherworldly discoveries accessible to the public.

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Dennis Gonzales is the founder/owner of Pow Magazine. Pow started at the KFJC studios in 2011 in the San Francisco Bay Area on two online radio shows about the magazine print version from the late 80s Bay Area music scene. The programs inspired the social media version of Pow Magazine using Myspace and Facebook as the anchors to new music, but eventually adding Twitter and Instagram three-years later. Three-years later, Dennis started adding people to Pow to help him cover local art, music, political events and music festivals. Today, Pow Magazine's official website anchors Pow's social media websites and offer other services. And Pow is growing with serious passionate music contributors from around the world. Dennis has a long history and relationship with Bay Area music long before he started Pow Magazine. Working with hundreds of bands throughout his life and has plans to start other Pow Magazines in other cities throughout the world to support local music and live Pow shows. Dennis is remembered for curating two fundraiser music festivals for the late great Dirk Dirksen, emcee of the San Francisco punk rock clubs Mabuhay Gardens and On Broadway in San Francisco. The No More Censorship Defense Fund Shows were held in San Francisco and Santa Clara California complete with psychedelic liquids and film visuals with bands Pow Magazine supported at the time. The shows were to help pay legal fees for Jello Biafra and Alternative Tentacles. Complaints by the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC) about the artwork inside the Dead Kennedys album, Frankenchrist, the H. R. Giger poster Landscape XX (Penis Landscape), brought Biafra to trial in Los Angeles for distributing “harmful material to minors”. Pow Magazine will be releasing the movie about the two benefit shows on YouTube for its 2017 anniversary in the fall. Dennis continues to contribute his passion and experience by curating rock festivals, local shows, promoting bands, political activism, discovering and documenting new art and music. "My goal is to make sure local music in Manchester UK or Sydney AUS are covered under the Pow banner before I retire. It's ambitious, but I am always serious and focused like my team." - Dennis Gonzales, January 20, 2017