National Get Outdoors Day

March 2nd, 2015

National Get Outdoors Day
Event on 2015-06-13 08:00:00
Washington State Parks offers several "free days" when a Discover Pass is not required to visit a state park. Please note, free days apply only to day use (not overnight stays or rented facilities). A Discover Pass is still required to access lands managed by the Washington state departments of Natural Resources and Fish & Wildlife on these days. Sno-Park permits are still required on free days at designated Sno-Parks during the winter season.

at Cape Disapointment State Park
244 Robert Gray Drive
Ilwaco, United States

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CGR Undertow – TRANSFORMERS: RISE OF THE DARK SPARK review for Nintendo Wii U

March 1st, 2015

Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark review. http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com Shop CGR shirts & mugs! http://www.CGRstore.com Classic Game Room presents a CGR …
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Découvrez la première bande annonce du film Transformers : L’Âge de l’extinction. Un film de Michael Bay, avec Mark Wahlberg, Jack Reynor et Nicola Peltz. Au…
Video Rating: 4 / 5


Free Anime

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Los Angeles Philharmonic / Dudamel

March 1st, 2015

Los Angeles Philharmonic / Dudamel
Event on 2016-03-23 19:30:00
23 March 2016 / 19:30
Hall
A breathtaking fusion of sound and colour, as Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil explore Messiaen's visionary panorama of the American west.
 
'From the Canyons to the Stars': overwhelmed by the transcendent beauty of the Utah desert, Olivier Messiaen created music that reaches out to Infinity itself. Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic fuse it with the visuals by Deborah O'Grady, to ravishing effect.
 
For Messiaen, all beauty was a reflection of the Divine, and the glowing colours and vast starlit skies of Bryce Canyon, Utah, inspired him to some of his most vivid and radiantly expressive music. As part of their Green Umbrella contemporary music programme, Dudamel and his orchestra have commissioned visuals from photographer Deborah O'Grady – who shares Messiaen's otherworldly vision of the beauty of the American landscape.
Programme & Performers

Messiaen Des canyons aux étoiles
With visuals by Deborah O'Grady

Los Angeles Philharmonic
Gustavo Dudamel
conductor
Deborah O'Grady production director/ photographer
Seth Reiser lighting and scenic designer
Adam Larsen video consultant

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Part of Barbican Presents 2015-2016

Promoted by the Barbican

A co-commission between the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Cal Performances, University of California, Berkeley, St. Louis Symphony, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and Washington Performing Arts.

at Barbican Centre
Silk Street
City of London, United Kingdom

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Los Angeles Philharmonic / Dudamel

March 1st, 2015

Los Angeles Philharmonic / Dudamel
Event on 2016-03-23 19:30:00
23 March 2016 / 19:30
Hall
A breathtaking fusion of sound and colour, as Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil explore Messiaen's visionary panorama of the American west.
 
'From the Canyons to the Stars': overwhelmed by the transcendent beauty of the Utah desert, Olivier Messiaen created music that reaches out to Infinity itself. Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic fuse it with the visuals by Deborah O'Grady, to ravishing effect.
 
For Messiaen, all beauty was a reflection of the Divine, and the glowing colours and vast starlit skies of Bryce Canyon, Utah, inspired him to some of his most vivid and radiantly expressive music. As part of their Green Umbrella contemporary music programme, Dudamel and his orchestra have commissioned visuals from photographer Deborah O'Grady – who shares Messiaen's otherworldly vision of the beauty of the American landscape.
Programme & Performers

Messiaen Des canyons aux étoiles
With visuals by Deborah O'Grady

Los Angeles Philharmonic
Gustavo Dudamel
conductor
Deborah O'Grady production director/ photographer
Seth Reiser lighting and scenic designer
Adam Larsen video consultant

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Part of Barbican Presents 2015-2016

Promoted by the Barbican

A co-commission between the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Cal Performances, University of California, Berkeley, St. Louis Symphony, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and Washington Performing Arts.

at Barbican Centre
Silk Street
City of London, United Kingdom

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Quentin Tarantino interview: ‘I’m shutting your butt down!’ | Channel 4 News

March 1st, 2015

Subscribe to Channel 4 News: http://bit.ly/1sF6pOJ Quentin Tarantino refuses to discuss any link between movie violence and real life violence during a heate…

KTLA Anchors dive under the NEWS DESK while a 4.4 Earthquake rumbles through Los Angeles. Chris Schauble, Megan Henderson and Eric Spillman.
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Andy Statman & Tim O’Brien

March 1st, 2015

Andy Statman & Tim O’Brien
Event on 2015-03-16 20:00:00
About:

 Welcomes Andy Statman & Tim O'Brien

ANDY STATMAN Website

Andy Statman was born in New York City. Beginning at age 12, he learned to play banjo and guitar, following the example of his older brother Jimmy, and then switched to mandolin, which he studied briefly under lifelong-friend David Grisman. He also learned to play R&B and jazz saxophone, for a time under the tutelage of Richard Grando, who played saxophone in Earth Opera. As a teenager Statman was already performing in public in Washington Square Park and with local string bands. In 1969 he attended Franconia College in Franconia, New Hampshire, but eventually dropped-out to pursue a musical career.

He first gained acclaim as a mandolinist as a sideman with David Bromberg and Russ Barenberg, as well as in the pioneering bluegrass bands Country Cookin' and Breakfast Special. During the course of exploring a wide range of roots and ethnic music, Statman turned to klezmer music, traditional Eastern European Jewish instrumental music. This led Statman, who grew up in a traditional but secular Jewish home, to reconnect with his Jewish roots. In 2007, he was a Grammy Awards nominee in the Country Instrumental category for his version of Bill Monroe's "Rawhide" on Shefa CD East Flatbush Blues. Andy Statman plays a Will Kimble F-5 mandolin, after having played an early 1920s Gibson A2Z for more than 35 years. He plays several Albert-system clarinets.

Tim O’Brien Website

A singer of unusual clarity and originality, a self-taught multi-instrumentalist of rare ability, and an incisive songwriter, Tim O’Brien has, over the last 20 years, made a lasting mark on what some are calling “Americana” music through his innate musicianship and his wide-ranging tastes. Whether it’s the reinterpretation of an old fiddle tune, a revitalized honky-tonk shuffle from the 1950s, or an original, bluegrass-inflected folk song, O’Brien’s music feels familiar and comfortable while never lapsing into the predictable. The Wall Street Journal called him “a player who updates and clarifies classic repertoire without stripping it of its earthy essence, and who writes classic-sounding material stamped with his own perceptive personality.” He describes what he’s been doing all these years more concisely: “making something new out of something old.”

O’Brien has lent his vocal and instrumental work to projects by a wide range of artists, including Laurie Lewis, Maura O’Connell, Kathy Kallick, Jerry Douglas, Peter Ostroushko, Dwight Yoakam, Pat Alger, and Robert Earl Keen. Any of these artists would tell you of their immense respect for O’Brien’s ability to convey something distinctive and personal in each of his performances. His style has evolved in the fashion of so many traditionalists before him, through listening to a wide range of players, adopting and adapting what fit his technique and personality and fusing them. “It’s like chiseling away a sculpture,” O’Brien says of finding an artistic style. “It was always there. You’ve just got to find what it is that’s you.”

SIMILAR ARTISTS: Del McCoury Band, David Grisman, Hot Rize

at City Winery
1200 Randolph Street
Chicago, United States

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InDesign CS5 – Revista básica – Parte 1 de 8: configuração de páginas e capa

March 1st, 2015

Tutorial completo em 8 partes para auxiliar na criação de uma revista básica no Adobe InDesign CS5. Partimos desde as configurações de páginas e a criação da…
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Bainbridge Island Spark the Fire – Business of Freelance Grantwriting

March 1st, 2015

Bainbridge Island Spark the Fire – Business of Freelance Grantwriting
Event on 2015-03-27 10:00:00
Spark the Fire – The Business of Freelance Grantwriting
Friday, March 26th 10am to 3pm
Bainbridge Island Library; 1270 Madison Ave N Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Register at http://www.SparkTheFireGrantwriting.org

The Business of Freelance Grantwriting Seminar is a full day workshop that teaches participants how to start a freelance grantwriting business, market services, and manage a full roster of clients. Learn marketing techniques for getting your first clients. Review contracts and time-tracking tools. Talk about sticky situations and how to manage foundation prospect research.

Curriculum:
• Business Development
• Marketing to Nonprofits
• Ethics, Contracts, Invoicing
• Project Management in the Grants World
• Client Relationships with Nonprofits

Cost is 0 per person. Participants will receive an information-packed handbook and diskette with templates to use to stay organized and on track.

Allison Shirk is board member of the Puget Sound Grantwriters Association with fifteen years experience writing grants. She is also a Site Reviewer for 4Culture. Before becoming a Freelance Grantwriter, she was Lead Grants Manager for Catholic Community Services of Western Washington. Allison is a Guest Columnist for the Foundation Center – NYC's blog.

at Bainbridge Public Library
1270 Madison Avenue N
Bainbridge Island, United States

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Greek Headache

March 1st, 2015

Greek Headache

Video Rating: 4 / 5

Vicoden: side effects and treatments

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Black Marriage Day 2015

February 28th, 2015

Black Marriage Day 2015
Event on 2015-03-21 11:00:00
Joining city halls, community centers, houses of worship and other institutions in 300 communities nationwide, The Wright Museum and Marriage Resource Center Black Marriage Day 2015. Black Marriage Day was first launched in Washington, D.C., by Nisa Muhammad, founder of the Wedded Bliss Foundation. This national initiative encourages African Americans to embrace an institution that has long been on the decline within this community by highlighting the deep-rooted historical role marriage has played among African Americans, as well as the reality that there are still black men and women who, day in and day out, meet, fall in love, get married, and stay together. Black Marriage Day 2015 will be held for married couples, as well as those who are engaged, seriously dating or looking to get married, at The Wright Museum on Saturday, March 21, beginning at 11 am. Tickets are per couple in advance, the day of the event. Tickets are available online at www.TheWright.org. For more information, contact Angela King at aking@thewright.org BLACK MARRIAGE DAY 2015: Saturday, March 21 11 AM: Opening, General Motors Theater Welcome (Randi Myles, Midday Host and Assistant Program Director, Praise 102.7 FM) Performance (Together As One ) Keynote address (Bishop-Elect Clarence and Co-Pastor Robyn Langston, Word In Action Christian Center) 1 PM: Intermission Enjoy all the museum exhibits, compliments of the museum, and shop the museum store for great finds and deals Dine on refreshments in the Latimer Café Photo/Essay Contest. Have you and your significant other's photo taken to submit, along with a written essay about your relationship, to a team of experts who will judge a winning couple in each category: Most Enduring — For a couple married at least 15 years and still passionate about one another Overcomers — For a couple that has, or is, facing great hardship yet still staying together Most Bountiful — For a couple that, together, has four (4) or more children (not to include blended marriages) Most Romantic Proposal — For an officially engaged couple (marriage date must be set; ceremony location should be booked) Sexiest Couple For that committed, eye-catching couple that, despite kids and careers and all else, still manages to keep the spark in their marriage Couple of the Year Taking into account such factors as how this couple met, how long they have been married, what they have overcome to be together; their enduring passion and the well-being/success of their children 3 PM: Power Sessions, Classrooms 5 PM: Finale, Multipurpose Room, Hosted by the Marriage Resource Center Vow renewal ceremony Awards — Announce winners of photo/essay contest Dinner Closing dance All married couples will start on the dance floor together and, periodically peeling off in groups of those married from the least amount of time to those married the longest, will leave the floor until the longest-married couples are last on the floor Music provided by DetroitDJ.net. Please check back for updates! Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History 315 East Warren Avenue Detroit, Michigan 48201 The Wright Museum www.TheWright.org

at Charles H. Wright Museum Of African American History
315 East Warren
Detroit, United States

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