Cairo “Twin towers”.
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Cairo Nile city towers from Al Zamalek area just a few minutes after sunset.
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Dallas Fortworth Ultimate Womens Expo
Event on 2017-09-30 00:00:00
Dallas Fortworth Ultimate Womens Expo is happening on 30 Sep 2017 at Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas Irving, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Apparel & Clothing industry.
at Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas
500 Las Colinas Blvd W.
Irving, United States
Event on 2017-04-29 09:00:00
Artscape Reimagined, Dallas Arboretum’s juried fine art and fine craft show and sale, brings together outstanding artists from around the country in one of the most beautiful gardens in the world, according to Architectural Digest. Delight in the joy of spring at this amazing show, featuring a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture, 2-D and 3-D mixed media, photography and more. New elements this year are a university zone with artwork, Dallas galleries featuring artwork for sale in the DeGolyer House, and an awards dinner on May 12.
On May 12 at 6 p.m. at Dallas Arboretum’s Rosine Hall, Artscape continues with a celebratory awards dinner and auction to honor a top arts contributor. Betty Crawford and Frankie Horn are co-chairing the dinner, and Heritage Auctions will host the online auction.
Artscape Chair Kaki Hopkins and her committee are planning this year’s art show to be an unforgettable masterpiece. Some members include David Dike, of David Dike Fine Art; Brian Shivers, past board chairman of the Dallas Arboretum; Patricia Meadows, well known arts consultant and appraiser; Robert Bellamy of Robert Bellamy Designs; Salvador Impastato of Studio Outside; Judy Gibbs; Michael Faircloth; Michael Jenkins, among others. More information can be found at http://www.dallasarboretum.org/visit/seasonal-festivals-events/artscape.
at Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
8525 Garland Road
Dallas, United States
Famous Monsters Convention and Silver Scream Film Festival
Event on 2017-05-26 14:00:00
Famous Monsters has been the leading authority on all things horror, sci-fi, and fantasy related for 59 years. Established in 1958 by Forrest J Ackerman, we’re taking decades of fandom celebration and bringing it to the Famous Monsters Convention in Dallas, TX. Featuring the directorial team of Shin Godzilla, a 30th anniversary celebration of Star Trek: The Next Generation with the cast members, and the Lone Gunmen of the X-Files just to name a few. We’ll also be hosting the 2nd Annual Silver Scream Fest, where we’ll be showing and awarding films from indie filmmakers all around the world. There will be vendors, comics, artists, and VR experiences.
at Sheraton Dallas Hotel and Convention Center
400 N Olive St
Dallas, United States
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Le piano est un compagnon, un complice, toujours prêt à faire écho à vos sentiments, à votre humeur. Un ami peut vous contredire, vous mentir, vous trahir ; le piano jamais ne ment, ne contredit ni ne trahit le pianiste. C’est un confident, toujours prêt à l’écoute. Il ne répète ce qu’on lui confie que si le compositeur le lui impose
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Radio today sucks. It just does. I love music. I don’t love hearing the same 80’s rock all day long though. If I have to hear one more AC/DC song or something by Twisted Sister, I’ll go back in time and make sure that Dean Schneider played the fiddle. The main problem with modern radio is that the freedom is gone. The large corporations are pushing a little too hard. Yes, they make lots of money by playing the same twelve songs all day long, but come on.
Music as a whole is suffering because of it. I challenge you to write down over forty different songs in a day, even twenty. Good luck. The same 80’s power ballads are played multiple times in a day. Where is the new music? By new, I mean songs by artists I haven’t heard. Not the next Nickelback hit that they cut from their money making cookie cutter. I’m almost at the point where I’m going to put a country CD in just to ease the suffering.
I never witnessed it, but my dad says radio used to be cool. There was some rockin’ guy who’d spin the tunes he felt like playing that night. A DJ now presses play on his pre-loaded list that the big corporations are pushing with everything they can muster. Good morning! Here’s your daily dose of AC/DC and Twisted Sister.
The small time stations just can’t compete. It saddens me that there are is an unending supply of new amazing artists just waiting to be heard. Bands like Sphongle, London Elektricity, Animal Collective, The Mountain Goat, Fever Ray, and Movitz. Where is a station that plays their music? There isn’t one. If I heard a new song on the radio I would be ecstatic. I need my faith renewed in radio. I’ve slowing been growing less and less fond of the whole radio idea in general due to the the executives in suits. Everything is getting less personal now.
Let’s stop a random person and play what they have on their MP3 player day. That sounds exciting! Also, these companies are missing an influential group of people that is only getting stronger. People aged 14-25 have no real way to relate to the songs they hear. I didn’t grow up to these songs, they mean nothing to me. I’m not alone in this. We need new music. The executives can still make their millions and drive their Lamborghini, all we ask for is some variety. Surely I’m not alone. What do you think?
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