Posts Tagged ‘Show’


September 10th, 2016

Event on 2016-09-20 18:00:00
This is our 10th Fashion Show. Great attendance has dictated that we pursue a bigger venue with more seats and a greater fashion friendly environment. We are EXCITED to announce we will be using the Fitton Center's Carruther's Ballroom. Ticket price is .00 (plus a .54 convenience fee) which will entirely benefit  schlorships to the Fitton Center's Art Classes for the children served by the Booker T. Washington Community Center, which is run by the Greater Miami YMCA. The YMCA mission calls for the Y to strengthen the community through youth development.  The desired Collaborative Outcome for the Booker T. Washington Community Center Collaboration is to provide programming and services involving school readiness, student success and youth development, opportunities for financial stability and opportunities to lead a healthy, active lifestyle.  BTW currently serves 325 youth and teens with a myriad of programming involving art instruction.

at Fitton Center for the Performing Arts
101 South Monument Avenue
Hamilton, United States

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Washington Wedding Salon Bridal Show

September 8th, 2016

Washington Wedding Salon Bridal Show
Event on 2016-09-18 00:00:00
Washington Wedding Salon Bridal Show is happening on 18 Sep 2016 at The Dupont Circle Hotel Washington, DC, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Wedding & Bridal industry.

Book a stall at!

at The Dupont Circle Hotel
1500 New Hampshire Ave., NW
Washington, United States

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Harlem Fine Arts Show

September 2nd, 2016

Harlem Fine Arts Show
Event on 2016-09-15 18:00:00
The Harlem Fine Arts Show (HFAS) will return to Washington D.C. September 15 – September 18 for its highly anticipated 2016 exhibition and sale. The four-day traveling show of contemporary paintings, sculpture and photography—the largest of its kind featuring art from the African Diaspora—will be held at the Carnegie Library. The exhibition is open to collectors, art enthusiasts, educators, and professionals. This will be the fourth stop of the show’s five-city tour, and is held during the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) weekend.

at Historical Society of Washington D.C.
801 K Street NW Washington D C 20001
Washington, United States

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Anatomy of the Sacred CD Release Show w/ Clinton Washington and Fortress

July 31st, 2016

Anatomy of the Sacred CD Release Show w/ Clinton Washington and Fortress
Event on 2016-08-28 18:00:00
Female-fronted symphonic metal duo Anatomy of the Sacred makes elegant, soulful music ablaze with powerhouse vocals, orchestral melodies and radiant harmonies draped over driving and resounding rhythms. Skilled songwriters, composers and artists Brenda Michelle Robinson (vocals) and Shane Krout (bass, guitar, vocals) experiment with opulent textures and unleash lyrics that float atop a sophisticated, intricately-woven tapestry overflowing with plush layers of electric guitar and bass. Anatomy of the Sacreds debut EP, Ashes to Ashes is an electrifying journey through the ever-twisting avenues of life. It is a formidable collection of lingering songs that explore humanitys ongoing struggle with themes such as lust, reflection, disappointment, death, fear and hope. The moniker Anatomy of the Sacred captures the essence of the South Central PA-rooted groups music and its message, both of which are inspired by its visionaries admiration of dynamic artists such as Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Evanescence, Stream of Passion and Delain. The duos detailed work examines the anatomy of the most sacred human elements that comprise the foundation of existence, including love, loneliness, passion, joy and longing. The musical partnership between Robinson and Krout began in 2011 when Krout was in search of a lead vocalist with an acrobatic voice. Floored by Robinsons colorful tone and her ability to easily float between ethereal soaring and earthliness, he invited her to join his symphonic metal project, Shades of Autumn. The two found perfect synergy as songwriters and lyricists and began to churn out a fountain of stunning material. Realizing that the fresh fruits of their creative efforts represented a new sound, the two dreamed up Anatomy of the Sacred and began to imagine the songs for the first EP. With the distinctive honor of being the only female led symphonic metal band in PA, Anatomy of the Sacred is now ready to tell the tale of its first chapter thanks to thoughtful time spent writing, rehearsing and recording material for its freshly-recorded masterpiece, Ashes to Ashes. The album has come to fruition with the help of numerous musicians, engineers and artists and also features the talents of Clinton Washington from Season 8 of NBCs The Voice. The band is preparing to film two music videos in Summer 2016, Ashes to Ashes is available now.

at Tellus 360
24 East King St
Lancaster, United States

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They Might Be Giants free show, Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston, 22 April 2010

July 19th, 2016

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They Might Be Giants free show, Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston, 22 April 2010
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Quoting the web site of WXRV-FM "The River":

Boston’s independent and solar-powered radio station is gearing up for a free lunch time concert in honor of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day from noon-3pm. The concert will take place on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, a new model of dynamic outdoor space that brings Bostonians together to enjoy everything that’s great about the city. The Greenway will be transformed into a fun outdoor atmosphere that includes free music, arts and crafts and other activities.

40th anniversary of Earth Day 2010

Forty years after the first Earth Day, the world is in greater peril than ever. While climate change is the greatest challenge of our time, it also presents the greatest opportunity – an unprecedented opportunity to build a healthy, prosperous, clean energy economy now and for the future.

Citizen Cope

Citizen Cope is the name given to singer/songwriter Clarence Greenwood and his acoustic-driven band. Born in Memphis and raised in Washington, D.C., Greenwood steers the band’s soulful sound by serving as keyboardist, guitarist, lead singer, DJ, songwriter, and producer. Greenwood first broke into the music business by appearing on albums by Maryland-based Basehead and used that momentum to issue his first Citizen Cope album, Citizen Cope , in 1992. He released his fourth album, The Rainwater LP himself in 2010, staying true to his fusion of blues, folk-pop, and laidback hip-hop. “Healing Hands”, off The Rainwater LP, has fast become a fast favorite amongst new and existing fans

They Might Be Giants

Combining a knack for infectious melodies with a quirky, bizarre sense of humor and a vaguely avant-garde aesthetic borrowed from the New York post-punk underground, They Might Be Giants became one of the most unlikely alternative success stories of the late ’80s and early ’90s. Musically, the duo of John Flansburgh and John Linnell borrowed from everywhere, but their freewheeling eclecticism was enhanced by their arcane, geeky sense of humor. They would reference everything from British Invasion to Tin Pan Alley, while making allusions to pulp fiction and President Polk. Through their string of indie releases and constant touring as a duo, They Might Be Giants built up a huge following on college campuses during the late ’80s, switching to a major label in the early ’90s…The 2000’s saw them re-emerge as one of America’s most beloved family bands, and saw their songwriting embraced by Dunkin’ Donuts, Malcom in the Middle, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

Justice for All March – Dec. 13, 2014
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Justice for All March – Dec. 13, 2014

Dragon Light, Gloucester, MA. #planettakeout
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Dragon Light
226 Washington Street
Gloucester, MA

Photo by Kelly Creedon

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How To Create Your Own Internet Radio Show

May 29th, 2016
by Buou

Creating your own internet radio show is not a hard nut to crack after all, if you just know how to do it. Here is a five step guide which will help you produce your own show.

When I first heard music on internet radio, I was thrilled at the possibilities. Gradually, my curiosity for the medium increased. I always thought of creating my own radio program and uploading it on the internet for everyone to enjoy. So I decided to find out what was needed to make my ideas a reality. Some brainstorming sessions with hours of research helped me know how to do it. Armed with my newly earned skills, I created my own radio show and put it online. It was thrilling to enjoy my own radio show with my family and friends. I got dozens of pats on my back! Even today, I fondly remember my endeavor.

Here is what I learned from my experience. If you too want to create your own internet radio show, as a hobby or as a business perspective, it could be useful. Go through these steps in an orderly way to podcast your own show.

Determine the Purpose

Before you initiate, you must determine the purpose of your show. What would drive you into a real commitment to offer valuable information to your listeners? What are your interests, hobbies, skills, and passions in life that would prompt you to sustain the service? You should sort out this before you begin. Don’t start working on an internet radio program on a subject you yourself are not interested in. Go for a subject that arouses real passion in you, no matter how unpopular it seems. There will be people out there looking for the same kind of radio program.

Developing A Format and Outline

Decide on a format of your show: will it be a music program, feature or talk show. This will determine your initial expenses. Organize your program outline in such a way that it suits the theme and makes maximum impact on the listeners. Gather all the media for your radio show. This could be audio clips, narration, promotional ads, interviews etc. You can include anything you desire in the program. As a producer, you are in control of how your program flows from one clip to the next. Arrange the clips in such a way that the program makes sense to the listeners. If the program podcast is not coordinated, users will not appreciate it and you will lose your clients.

Picking Software

You’ll need to choose software according to the type of radio program. Here are few software solutions used for specific tasks:

Shoutcast A free internet radio software solutions for streaming audio.

Helix Server Basic Free streaming media server software which can distribute live and on-demand video and other media

Quicktime Streaming Server Lets you deliver live or prerecorded content in real time over the internet

Quicktime Broadcaster QuickTime Broadcaster allows just about anyone to produce a live broadcast event

Peercast Free way to listen to radio and watch video on the Internet

Andromeda A delivery-on-demand software, it scans your MP3 files and presents them as a fully-featured streaming web site

Use software to put special effects such as ‘fade-ins/fade-outs’ between audio clips.

Export the Final Product

When you are through with all this, export the final product as an mp3 file, a compressed sound file format. As you know, compressed sound files work best on the internet because large files take longer time in streaming.

Upload the Show

Upload the show onto the web using your FTP client. Check the URL to which your file is uploaded to ensure the sound file is audible and is playing back on the web.

You are ready with your internet radio show. Spread the word about it and get ready for the applause!

You can podcast your show from the radio station of your choice over the net. A comprehensive internet radio station list would assist you in this regard.

The author is currently associated with Grace Digital Audio, who specializes in creating turntable USB and internet radio station list, allowing you to convert your old vinyl collection directly to MP3 or CD with the included Audacity recording software.

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May 4th, 2016

Event on 2016-05-28 19:30:00
ONE NIGHT ONLY in Washington, DC, KASAUN WILSON LIVE AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY will be one of the best clean comedy shows of 2016!  Featuring NBC's Last Comic Standing and Howard University alum Mr. Kasaun Wilson and from Showtime at the Apollo and McDonald's GospelFest, GL Douglas, come on to the campus of Howard University to the iconic Ira Aldridge Theater for a comedic experience you won't be able to get ANYWHERE ELSE!  Doors Open at 7:00pm. Parking available on the street. Follow the journey: #RoadToMay28th

at Ira Aldridge Theater
2455 Sixth Street NW
Washington, United States

Washington | Posted by Victoria Addington

Washington Association of Sewer & fluid Districts Fall Conference & Trade Show

December 19th, 2015

Washington Association of Sewer & liquid Districts Fall meeting & Trade Show
Occasion on 2016-09-21 00:00:00
Washington Association of Sewer & fluid Districts Fall conference & Trade Show is happening on 21 Sep 2016 during the Davenport resort Spokane, usa. Its a premier event in Air & liquid administration business.

Book a stall at!

at Postal guideline 99203, United States
Spokane schools
Spokane, United States Of America

Washington | Posted by Gertrude Brent

Washington Winter Show

December 7th, 2015

Washington Winter Show
Event on 2016-01-08 00:00:00
Washington Winter Show is happening on 08 Jan 2016 during the Katzen Arts Center United states University Washington, usa. Its a premier occasion in Gifts & Handicrafts industry.

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at Katzen Arts Center Recital Hall
United States University
Washington, United States

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November 4th, 2015

Event on 2015-12-11 20:30:00
The Trashy minimal christmas Show returns to The Grand Theater in Northfield! Hope to see you soon! Doors available at 7:00 pm. Music 8:30~11:30 pm. Advance Tickets / at Door Advance solution product sales will minimize at 4:00 PM on Friday 12/11. Will Call Names must match ticket purchaser's ID! Remember to bring your ID! The Grand Theater 316 Washington Street Northfield, MN 55057

at The Grand Event Center
316 Washington Street
Northfield, United States

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