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Ellis Lambert Presents: Farewell Summer, A Rooftop Experience!

August 26th, 2016

Ellis Lambert Presents: Farewell Summer, A Rooftop Experience!
Event on 2016-08-28 18:00:00
R&B/Soul Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Composer, and "Artrepreneur" Ellis Lambert is coming back with another pop-up performance that's gauranteed to knock your socks off! This event is going to feature Ellis Lambert (Accompanied by Guitarist: Mel Chung) and a host of his musical friends who will also perform! Coming off of a run of (almost) 100 shows across the country over the last 9 months, Ellis has been working very hard to create original music that will have as much of an impact as his live performances! He is proud to present "FareWell Summer" as his demonstration of his growth as an artist, songwriter, and producer over the last several months. He will be highlighting "Situations" from his recent excursions and speaking about upcoming music, projects, tours, and other exciting information. This will all conclude with a "SunSet" performance of some of his most popular songs as well as a sneak peak of what's to come! You don't want to miss this show! Want to support Ellis? You can donate to this event! Each donation counts and he is on a mission to continue to create bigger and better shows for his audience. In exchange for these donations, you will receieve gifts as a personal "Thank You" for the love and support you've shown to him. These gifts include:  Less Than – (Handwritten & Signed "Thank You" note and a free download of a special song dedicated to his fans)  – (Free download of a special song dedicated to his fans, Handwritten & Signed note, Discount code for Ellis' upcoming Album entitled, B.Y.E ) + (All of the above + a FREE "ARTreprenuer" T-Shirt) Please Support this young artist as he continues to chase his dreams!  Although 21+, this event is FREE! (BYOB is encouraged) **You will receive an email with the location of the event. NO ADMISSION without RSVP**  

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Visiting NYC This Summer? Enjoy the Restaurants, Concerts and Shopping

August 25th, 2016

In the summer, New York really shows off! In the warm weather, dining, concerts and shopping virtually explode into the great outdoors. Suddenly streets, parks and alleys are transformed into romantic restaurants, star-studded concert halls and sunny, breezy shopping areas. But, where do you start?

First, you will need to look for New York hotels that fit your location, style and budget needs. That won’t be a problem! There are more hotels in New York than you ever imagined, and they range from small and intimate to the most grand and lively in the city. Then, once you have secured the New York hotel that is right for you, it is time to start thinking about how to best enjoy New York in all its summer glory! Here are a few New York City attractions that are only around while the weather is warm:

Dining in New York City

New Yorkers love to dine al fresco. That is why so many restaurants move tables out of doors in the summer. Some have lovely gardens and rooftops, while other just grab a piece of sidewalk. No matter how they do it, their guests love it! Here are a few of our top outdoor New York City restaurants:

The Blue Water Grill offers a romantic European feel for guests dining on the mezzanine. It is located at 31 Union Square West at 16th St. Its phone number is 212-675-9500.

The Chelsea Brewing Company, located in the Chelsea Piers complex, offers cool breezes off the Hudson and views of the marina. It is located at Pier 59, 23rd St. and the Hudson River. Its phone number is 212-336-6440.

A charming garden that feels like a Tuscan courtyard is what you will find at Va Tutto. Hailed as Gourmet Magazine’s “favorite NYC garden for outdoor dining,” this is gem of a restaurant is sure to please. It is located at 23 Cleveland Place on the corner of Lafayette and Spring. Call for reservations at 212-941-0286.

Concerts in New York City

When the temperature rises, New York’s parks are transformed into concert halls without walls. From Central Park to Lincoln Center, there are live musical concerts scheduled throughout the summer – many are free! For example, the Metropolitan Opera and New York Philharmonic come to Central Park annually, and perform on the Great Lawn.

Be sure to visit Lincoln Center’s website as well, for their list of concerts and events.

Shopping in New York City

Put on your comfortable shoes and a little sunscreen and get ready to shop! A few favorite destinations are Columbus Avenue (between 66th – 76th). In this residential neighborhood you will find the highest concentration of up-scale boutiques as well as many nationally known names.

You won’t be disappointed with your shopping trip to Broadway (between 63rd – 86th). This high-energy strip offers a wide variety of stores from locally owned boutiques to Barnes and Noble, Sephora and Gap.
If you are looking for a something more relaxed with mostly locally owned (non-chain) stores, Amsterdam Avenue (between 72nd – 86th) is your place to shop.

Really See New York City

There are many ways to see New York City, but a tour is still your best bet. Enjoy a tour then go back to the destinations that caught your interest. There are many different tour options, from walking to bus to amphibious vehicles. A sure crowd pleaser is the NYC Ducks Tours. You will see New York City from a half-boat, half-bus, amphibious vehicle!

Summer in New York City doesn’t last for long. Make those reservations and be a part of this New York summer!

Jeff Gold
New York Hotels

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Reasons to Come to Rome This Summer – The Concert Scene!

August 23rd, 2016

Someone up there heard my prayer, and Rome’s summer concert lineup is pretty sweet! Back in November I bought my tickets to last night’s Depeche Mode show at the Olympic Stadium in hopes they’d be the first of many favorite bands to grace my city, and they didn’t let me down at all, despite my fear Dave wouldn’t pull through his recent illness and the show would be cancelled. Seeing him perform again, 10 years after I last saw Depeche Mode, it was hard to believe he recently had surgery, but I was glad to see that Dave and the whole band still brought the same energy to the stage they did when I was 16. Though in my opinion the Olympic Stadium may not be as well set up to handle concerts as other venues in Rome simply due to its size and the level of organization required, Depeche Mode did an awesome job of actually reaching out and connecting with their audience, as always. Besides, they still sound fantastic!

Luckily for as much as I anticipated the event, the fun still isn’t over, and I’m concert hopping at least until the end of July…..still hoping more groups I like will head South in August (Manu Chao, Amanda Palmer, Royksopp, Jerry Cantrell, Marilyn Manson, Combichrist, Infected Mushroom and the rest of you-get your asses in gear! Your Italian fans love you too and are equally willing to buy tickets to your shows!). For now, there are plenty of non-historic reasons to visit Rome this summer, and anyway, it’s nice to have another excuse to visit a city most people dream about. My lineup goes something like this at the moment:

Nouvelle Vague @ Circolo Degli Artisti (check out their site for details, but it costs E10)-sure they’re a cover band, but I really like their loungey sound.

Tiesto! While I lived in Amsterdam I was always too busy/broke/whatever to make it to any of his shows, and when I lived in the States I was always working when he passed through. Can’t wait!

Chris Cornell-Yes, he rocks even solo! I saw him when I was 15 and when I heard his 50 ft voice come out of his miniscule frame I knew I’d seen God and would await the day I had another opportunity.

Franz Ferdinand/The Killers as part of the Rock In Roma Festival. I’m going more for Franz Ferdinand, but The Killers interest me too, and last time I saw Franz Ferdinand I had an awesome time even by myself.  Aside from being entertaining, it’s nice to see rockstars who enjoy their fame instead of lamenting it.

July 22nd-the icing on the cake-NINE INCH NAILS MY FAVORITE GROUP IN THE UNIVERSE HAS FINALLY FINALLY DECIDED TO COME TO ROME AND NOT JUST BOLOGNA OR MILAN!!!!! THANK YOU TRENT!! They too are part of the Rock in Roma Festival and the highlight of my summer. I’ve seen then 4 times to date.  Aside from having beautiful songs and sounding fantastic, they bring the whole package, connecting with the crowd, energizing them, and being visually appealing as well.

July 24th-Miss Kitten and Ellen Alien!  Nice to break up the rock with some good djing.

Concerts and other events of course are often the scene of much disorganization here what with minimal, infrequent bus and taxi service, so some forethought may help in planning your own event calendar.  IF you can drive or catch a ride, especially back from the show, please do so!  It may mean the difference between getting to bed by 3am and hitchhiking down Appia Nuova at said time.  If not, do note that the night bus stops are almost definitely useless as so many people will get on before you that you needn’t even dream of trying to find a spot.  Empty taxis circle like broken toys picking up no one and staying empty for no particular reason while some search in vain for people who called half an hour prior.  Calling a taxi works, but beware, as aside from the E5.80 night charge, they will also actually run the meter from the time your call is placed until the time they drop you off.  Better instead to use a reliable transfer service, as for a flat rate of E45-E70 they can get you where you’re going for only slightly more than a taxi would cost, with no hidden fees, and quite possibly in your native language, or at least English.  One such company is Fortuna Car Service, which handles transfers at a very low cost and is quite reliable.  Other benefits to this include a guaranteed pick up time and place, and not having to wait half the night for a ride….or until morning for regular bus service, which then gets backed up in rush hour traffic.  Or if you choose to try your luck and take matters into your own hands, at least make sure to try and flail down cabs at least a bus stop or 2 up from the main one at your venue.  There will still be a wait, but your minimal luck at least doubles here.  Then again, the journey is always half the fun, even when it’s the journey back and even the most trying will always be another story to tell.  And remember, bus and train routes can be found by typing ATAC Roma into google, as this brings up our city’s transit authority website.

After navigating the transit obstacle, it’s always best to make sure on top of all levels of my favorite city’s disorganization.  Check all band websites, ticket sites, venue sites, and maybe even ask your ticket agent themselves (on the off chance they should be open and responding to either telephone or in-person calls) to make sure your show hasn’t been:

1) Cancelled.

2) Starting at a different time for unspecified reasons.

3) Change of venues.

4) Postponed for a later date.

5) Lineup switches.

6) Impossible to reach due to strikes.

7) And lastly, if there is a strike, just go down to your nearest subway station or bus hub and see what kind it is.  Even a sciopero generale is often not general, and the unannounced ones are the strikes that are truly full scale.

All this and you should arrive right as rain…..and of course, your and my favorite artists are worth almost anything right?

Last but not least, remember tickets online often cost MUCH more than at a direct box office, though it’s often confusing to find WHICH box office you need.  Feltrinelli, the bookstore, has offices which do sell a decent variety of the most popular acts breezing through our city, and they do give refunds at only a slight loss to you.  A lot of these direct offices operate on cash only, so make sure to hit the ATM first!

Of course, other bands than those listed are coming too, and though they may not be my favorite, they might be yours, so it’s definitely worth checking out, and I’ll keep everyone updated on events….And don’t let my transport warnings scare you off!  I found a way and so will you.  One thing is certain; musically speaking, this is definitely the summer to visit Rome.

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Summer Intern Greeting Week

December 22nd, 2014

Summer Intern Greeting Week
Occasion on 2015-06-01 09:00:00

From Capitol Hill to K Street, Georgetown to Bloomingdale, interns in DC are invited to join in at "welcome to DC" happy hours and events all week.

Monday: Real time Twitter Q&A "Summer in DC" on Twitter @SINevents

Tuesday: "Network2Success" luncheon at TBA

Wednesday: "Network2Success" pleased hour at Bar-Code

Thursday: "Red, White & Blue" delighted hour at Public Bar

Friday: Members particular date at TBA

Satuday: Free outdoor yoga within Georgetown Waterfron Park (9:30 a.m.)

Sunday: DC monuments tour enjoyable run (9:30 a.m.) on the national mall

More details soon! Join scholar Intern Network free of charge to stay connected in.


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Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band Late Summertime Soul

August 6th, 2014

Later Summer Soul St Helens Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band By Carl, Dean & Wesley Knapper Oct 2013.

psss ak las percuciones del washo tocando 3 cadencia super xida la banda salu2 para hernesto q se que se moria para por haber salido ARRIBA WASHINGTON.
Movie Rating: 3 / 5

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Washington, DC’s 2024 Summer Olympic Bid

August 3rd, 2014

Washington, DC's 2024 Summer Olympic Bid

DC 2024 is excited to formally announce our intention to bring the 2024 Summer Olympic Games to Washington, DC. Join united states! With an increase of state…

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GIS Summer Institute-LIDAR

July 19th, 2014

GIS Summer Institute-LIDAR
Event on 2014-08-04 09:30:00

What does aerial LiDAR mean to you?  For many, LiDAR simply means “topo” or “contours”.  Let this workshop add a new dimension to your geospatial solutions to meet so many challenges beyond “topo”.  LiDAR adds a virtual 3D view into your area of interest that empowers your understanding far beyond imagery alone.  With a full understanding of fundamental LiDAR data concepts, combined with the tools used to manage the large LiDAR data sets, you will be empowered with a path toward creative and efficient solutions to manage your unique geospatial challenges.  What does aerial LiDAR mean to you?  For many, LiDAR simply means “topo” or “contours”.  Let this workshop add a new dimension to your geospatial solutions to meet so many challenges beyond “topo”.  LiDAR adds a virtual 3D view into your area of interest that empowers your understanding far beyond imagery alone.  With a full understanding of fundamental LiDAR data concepts, combined with the tools used to manage the large LiDAR data sets, you will be empowered with a path toward creative and efficient solutions to manage your unique geospatial challenges.  Put your LiDAR data set into action and maximize its full potential!

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Chestertown, United States

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are there any summer theatre performance opportunities in the dc area?

June 20th, 2014

Question by Courtney: are there any summer theatre performance opportunities in the dc area?
professional or non-professional

Best answer:

Answer by Nekka
Found two searching Yahoo!:

Round House Theatre –
Curtain Up –

You’ll probably find lots more searching

Give your answer to this question below!

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Summer Mountain Bike Series

June 19th, 2014

Summer Mountain Bike Series
Event on 2014-07-08 15:30:00
Summer Mountain Bike SeriesTuesdays, July 8 – August 26, 2014

A weekly mountain biking series from 3:30 – 7:00 p.m. every Tuesday. Riders compete against the clock in this fun, easy going series. The course takes advantage of our carriage roads and single track in our trail system at the base of Mt. Washington. Complete 5 out of 8 weeks to become eligible for the prize lottery.

Placement awards are awarded in each category. Competitors who complete (5) of 8 weeks are eligible for the prize raffle at the end of the series awards party.

The awards celebration will take place on the last day of the series, Thursday, June 26th, and is a pot luck BBQ; beverages and light refreshments will be provided, participants BYO items to grill.  

Our loyal timekeeper, Chris with race director Eli, and racers Ed and Ted* Registrations for Great Glen Trails SUMMER Mountain Bike Series are NON-TRANSFERABLE and NON-REFUNDABLE.* Participants must complete (5) of eight weeks in the series to be eligible for placement awards and the prize raffle.

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Gorham, United States

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Star Dance School Summer Dance Camp

June 16th, 2014

Star Dance School Summer Dance Camp
Event on 2014-07-07 09:00:00
We are pleased to announce our Summer Dance Camp Program is back this year and it is bigger and better! Our Hip Hop/Breakdance, Ballroom/Latin & Ballet Dance Camp Registration will begin in March 5!  Location:Star Dance School Brighton323 Washington st, Brighton, MA ————————————————–About our Summer Dance Camp: Our Summer Dance Boot Camp for children ages 5-17, filled with all kinds of fun and exciting dance classes, will help beginning students to gain self-confidence in dancing, and help the intermediate or advanced dancers to get the techinque and skills they need to move to the next level in their dance career. It is also a great opportunity for students to dance multiple times a day all week at a discounted rate, and for our Hip Hop/Breakdance dancers to get a chance to polish their moves and get ready for our Street Dance Crew Auditions starting September 1st, 2014!
Healthy snacks will be provided every day. Full day students please bring a lunch.  At the end of each week, a dance showcase will be performed for family and friends! ————————————————- Camp Schedule: July 2014 Session:July 7 –  July 11    – Ballet July 14 – July 18   – Ballroom/Latin danceJuly 21 – July 25   – Hip Hop/Breakdance August 2014 Session:August 4 – August 8       – Ballet August 11 –  August 15  – Ballroom/Latin August 18 –  August 22  – Hip Hop/Breakdance  

 ————————————————– Early Bird Camp Registration starts March 5 and ends May 1st.  Early Bird Pricing  (if purchased before May 1st, 2014): 1 week of full days (9am – 5pm)                       – 0.00 1 week of half days (9am-1pm, or 1pm-5pm) – 0.00 1 full day (9am-5pm)                                         – .00 1 half day (9am – 1pm, or 1pm – 5pm)             – .00  Regular Pricing  (if purchased after May 1st, 2014): 1 full week of full days  –  0.00 1 full week of half days –  0.00 1 full day                         –  .00 1 half day                        –  .00 

   Star Dance School cancellation Policy:Please Read carefully:

  •  Summer Dance Camp tuition is 90% refundable if cancelled  31 or more days before the camp session start.
  • If cancelled 30-20 days before the start of the camp session, only 75% will be refunded.
  • If cancelled 19-10 days before the camp session start, only 50% will be refunded.
  • If cancelled 9-1 days before the camp session start or less, only 20% will be refunded.
  • No refund after the camp session starts.

————————————————-Interested in Signing up for our Summer Dance Camp? Please fill out and email us back (or bring to the studio) the form below with your child's name/age, your contact info, and camp session preferences. Our email address:  info@stardanceschool.comOur Phone #:          617-202-9200Our Website url:

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