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Bancroft Family Concert: Musicians of The Dallas Opera
Event on 2018-02-24 15:00:00
Dallas Opera Orchestra Principal Cello Mitch Maxwell is joined by Calgary Opera General Director and CEO (and former General Director and CEO of the Dallas Opera) Keith Cerny on piano for Beethoven’s Variations on a Theme from The Magic Flute. The afternoon includes The Dallas Opera Orchestra’s Stewart Williams on English horn performing an excerpt from Wagner‘s Tristan and Isoldewith Ricardo Burgess performing original choreography. And Dallas-based ensemble Trio Kavanah will play Bartok’s Contrasts for Clarinet, Violin and Piano, and Poulenc‘s L’invitation au Chateau, Op. 138. The members of Trio Kavanah are Daniel Goldman, clarinet, Dallas Opera; Grace Wollett, violin, Dallas Opera; and Trevor Hale, piano. === Seating is first-come, first-served/general admission, and doors open at 2:30. No tickets or printout from Eventbrite is needed. Our concerts often fill to capacity, and it is recommended attendees arrive early to guarantee seating. Bancroft Family Concerts are a free chamber music series featuring local professional musicians. These last roughly an hour. They are completely free of charge and open to all ages. The performances are simulcast in a nearby auditorium with overflow seating.

at Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N Harwood St
Dallas, United States

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Our Last Night
Event on 2018-04-03 18:00:00
with I The Mighty, Don Broco, Jule Vera
By standard definition the word "evolution" means a process of change in a certain direction. In life, people, cities, nature, art and music among other things go through their own evolutionary cycles, constantly moving forward and continually changing. New Hampshire based melodic-metal outfit Our Last Night has experienced their own such growth over the past several years. Through experience, methodically honing their craft and long arduous touring, Our Last Night has emerged matured and seasoned with their self-defining sophomore album 'We Will All Evolve.'To understand their development you have to go back a few years. Our Last Night was conceived outside the conventional scene in the sleepy town of Hollis, New Hampshire on the outskirts of Boston in 2004. After a recording an EP later that year, the band cemented its current lineup in 2006 with brothers Matt Wentworth (guitar/vocals) and a then sixteen year old prodigious growler Trevor Wentworth (vocals), Colin Perry (guitar), Alex "Woody" Woodrow (bass) and Tim Molloy (drums). Individuality and shear skill led Epitaph Records owner and president Brett Gurewitz to sign the band in 2007 and release their debut full-length album, 'The Ghost Among Us,' in 2008.Since 2008, Our Last Night has built a core army of fans. Not through flashy persona, fame fueled online gossip or monotonous scene imagery, but through their music and touring alone. Letting the music speak for itself has helped the band transcend boundaries and created limitless room for growth. Our Last Night entered the studio in late 2009 with producer Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, Versa Emerge) to record 'We Will All Evolve'. After a month long recording session and additional mixing by David Bendeth (Breaking Benjamin, Paramore, Set Your Goals) the album was completed and ready for release in May 2010. Exploding with depth and maturity, 'We Will All Evolve' blends Trevor's harsh, aged-to-perfection growls perfectly with Matt's melodious, calming vocals over his and Colin's progressive, breakneck-metal driven guitars, Woody's heavy hitting bass and Tim's pummeling drums. Ripping through thirty-seven plus minutes of meticulously written melodic mayhem with tracks like the furious first single, "Elephants," the indisputably catchy "The Air I Breath," and the bouncy pop-metal hybrid "Into the Future," Our Last Night break out of their cocoon riff by riff, chorus by chorus rising above the limits of a so called scene. With plans to tour in support of the new album throughout 2010 including dates on the Vans Warped Tour, Our Last Night's evolution continues as the band feeds off of experience and the incessant need to create and grow.

at RBC Dallas
2617 Commerce Street
Dallas, United States

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PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner Certification Training Course in Indianapolis, IN-USA
Event on 2018-03-20 09:00:00
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at Comfort Stay Inn
7610 Old Trails Road
Indianapolis, United States

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The Return of The Hates with Goat, Lizzie Boredom, and Room 101
Event on 2018-02-03 22:00:00

Yes, we can now confirm it.  As first reported by The Chronicle's eagle eyed  Adrew Dansby, The Hates are returning!

"The sign pictured above was easy enough to miss, being nondescript and DIY befitting one of the city's most beloved bands. But there it was just the same at the corner of Farnham and the Southwest Freeway feeder road.  The Hates are returning. Apparently Feb. 3 at Rudyard's.  The show will be a welcome return for the punk band, especially after a trying year. Hates frontman Christian Kidd had shoulder surgery in January, which is a heavy lift for a guitarist under any circumstances. Then later this year he was diagnosed with Stage 3 squamous cell carcinomaI'd missed the announcement last month that his cancer was in remission, which is very good news. And now it appears he'll soon be back to playing short, sharp classic punk rock songs." – Andrew Dansby, Houston Chronicle, Friday, November 24, 2017

 

 

 
The Hates (Houston, TX)
http://www.thehates.com/

 

The Hates has been called "Houston's first and last punk band", and with over thirty years of blood, sweat, and that familiar mohawk, those words may be more true than their author ever knew. From his very first live show in 1978, Christian Arnheiter has steered this legendary band through decades of disco, pop, new wave, hair bands, hip-hop, crossover country, and now the newest fad of tribute bands to keep punk rock alive.

In a time when many early eighties groups are getting back together to play reunion shows, the Hates have the distinction of being the oldest continuously performing unsigned punk band. And despite the love/hate relationship the local music scene has had with punk rock over the years, the Bayou City will always be their home.
 

 

 

Goat (Houston, TX)
https://www.facebook.com/fiftydollargoat/
 

Zipperneck meets Texas Mod Crushers and has a baby goat.
 

 

Lizzie Boredom (Dallas, TX)
https://www.facebook.com/lizzieboredomband/
 

 

Room 101 (New Orleans, LA)
https://www.facebook.com/room10101/
 

Room 101 is a one man band designed to give you nightmares and/or seizures.
"A one man punk rock pipebomb" -Roctober Chicago

 

 

at Rudyard’s British Pub
2010 Waugh Drive
Houston, United States

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Eye wash Stations are among the most important safety fixtures in facilities where hazardous debris and chemicals can get into people’s eyes and harm them. If a person gets a hazardous substance in his or her eye, the station will immediately deliver a stream of water to the eyeball and wash the hazardous fluid or debris out of the eye socket.

Sometimes only seconds are available for the person to reach the station and rinse the eye before serious, or even permanent, damage is done. Because this is such a time critical issue, eye wash stations must strictly comply with a number of safety codes, among which are ANSI z358.1-2004 and OSHA codes.

They must also be easy for workers to locate, even if they have been partially blinded by something that has gotten in their eyes. For this reasons, fixtures are tested and tagged much like fire extinguishers so there will be no doubt as to their location, and no delay in getting to the station.

There are a number of facilities and organizations that use eye wash stations. Factories install them anywhere dust or chemicals could get in workers’ eyes. Chemical plants also install them anywhere liquids or strong fumes can irritate and burn eyes. Laboratories must use them to sanitize eyes exposed to experimental chemicals and substances.

Hospitals use them for sanitizing eyes that may have been exposed to fluids or chemicals related to patient care. Dentists must also use them because tooth debris can get into eyes and damage tissue if not washed out.

Not only do these emergency relief stations protect human welfare, but they also save organizations millions of dollars each year by averting workman’s compensation claims and possible lawsuits. They also help architects and builders meet code by ensuring that the work environment will be as safe as possible even in situation where things can and sometimes do go terribly wrong.

Most of the organizations above are required by law to install eye wash stations. There are many different designs to choose from, including, but not limited to, the following styles:

Wall Mount
Wall mounted units look much like lavatories and spray water upward. They are usually activated by a side handle

Pedestal
The pedestal design is intended to save space in close quarters. Unit activates by a large, high-profile push handle. Water pressure ranges from 30-90 PSI.

Cabinet Mount
The eye wash station actually resides in a recessed cabinet fitted into a wall. This is a super space saver for very small areas.

Swing Down
This is another cabinet mount design where the spray mounts stand vertically flush with the cabinet while not in use. To activate, the user swings the station down so the water can jet upward into the eyes.

Drench Showers
These units stand upright in places that cannot hold wall mounted units. They provide a deluge of water when the operating handle is pulled. Persons using this type of eye wash fountain stand under the water stream so both the eyes and face are cleansed of hazardous material.

Lab Eye Wash Stations
Some designs mount to standard and gooseneck faucets. The water is diverted from the faucet to the station heads when the unit is activated.

Portable Eyewashes
For places where workers move around a lot, or where permanent fixture housing is impractical, a variety of portable stations are available for emergency use.

Wall mount units are also manufactured in a number of barrier free designs. Barrier free simply means that the unit is specifically designed with ADA compliant features, including a minimum of 30 PSI water pressure, are required features of these product lines.

Please visit http://www.xpblocker.com for more information about eye wash stations, eye wash stations, wall mounted eye wash station and more.

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Crown The Empire
Event on 2018-01-24 18:30:00

It's true: A picture does paint a thousand words, even if the artist uses soundrather than pigment and pencilto create that image. For the Dallas-based outfit Crown The Empire, that means making music on a level rarely seen nowadays, combining visual aesthetics, theatrical sonic textures and thought-provoking lyrics for an audio experience that takes the listener on a wild ride of epic proportions. And they're just getting started.Armed with The Fallout, the band's recent full-length debut, Crown The Empire are bringing a high-energy, visually stimulating and thematically engaging side to post-hardcore, that's already created a massive buzz for the still-embryonic outfit. Set amid a charred post-apocalyptic landscape, listening to The Fallout is an unforgettable excursion into the imaginations of its makers."We wanted this music to constantly make you feel what we were feeling and what we were writing about, whether it's the softer or heavier songs," explains Andy Leo, "We were trying to make it the sound of what you should be feeling; if you were watching a movie, this would be the score."Crown The Empirewhich includes vocalists Andy Leo and David Escamilla, guitarists Brandon Hoover and Bennett Vogelman, drummer Brent Taddie and bassist Hayden Treeformed in Dallas, Tex. in 2011, after Leo connected with Hoover and Tree, with the goal of starting a new project. Taddie and Vogelmanboth discovered through videos of them playing covers on YouTubejoined later that year, and those early efforts led to the November 2011 EP Limitless. Then in March 2012 second vocalist Escamilla was added to the fold, solidifying the lineup as it currently exists, giving birth to the band's full-length debut, The Fallout, released November 2012. Over the past two years the band has toured both nationally and abroad, with slots on the recent Our Last Night run, the 2013 Take Action tour with The Used, select dates with Falling In Reverse, and a U.K. run with Pierce the Veil. Crown The Empire were also recently featured on the cover of Alternative Press' annual "Bands You Need To Know" issue.Sequestered in Michigan with famed producer Joey Sturgis (The Devil Wears Prada, We Came As Romans, Miss May I), the band spent August and September of 2012 laying down the intricate compositions that comprise The Fallout, recording well through the night on most evenings. A painstaking process by all accounts, Leo says he spent six weeks living in Sturgis' basement, subsisting on ramen noodles and microwave meals, but couldn't be happier with the results. Sturgis is known for both his sparkling sonic touch, as well as his knack for adding cinematic elements to the music, and both qualities help make The Fallout shine."Joey didn't change much song structure-wise; he mainly made it sound good," explains Leo. "We have a more defined approach of what we want an album to sound like, and Joey is the perfect producer for that. We wanted all this real sound, and he captured that.""What would be left behind at the end of the world? Metal, gearsThe bass booms on the record have explosions in them, and glass breaking, and gears turning over, sounding like a broken-down industrial park," says drummer Brent Taddie, regarding the album's end-of-world vibe. "There would be power grids, wires, steel left behind. All those explosions, the heavy parts, the aggressive vocals are breaking down the end of the world. The strings, the clean vocals are kind of the harmony coming through, but the guitar, the kick drum, the explosionsthat's supposed to be the destructionthe end of the world."The dark and cinematic soundscape that pervades The Fallout reflects the album's post-apocalyptic theme, which actually began as a metaphor for a failed relationship. Leo says the idea came about after a member had broken up with a girlfriend, later realizing the full impact of his decision. Using some poetic license, the split was transformed into a global doomsday-inducing event."Her friends kept saying, 'You ended her world,'" Leo remembers. "I was sitting around with a Brandon, telling him about it, and we decided, what if it did actually end the world with that breakup? From there, we started building this idea of the end of the world, and built a setting for it around this theme of being alone and faced against people. It all spawned out of a breakup, but it turned into this huge, massive world."Perhaps no track on The Fallout conveys this central them more than "Memories Of A Broken Heart." Although one of the softer moments on the album, Leo says the lyrics are especially impactful in the record's overall context. "That song has the perfect syllogism for the end of the world and the breakup. It talks about both," says Leo. "I was outside and thought of the idea for the lyric 'I stand on the ash of all I've ever loved.' I was so stoked, because we'd already come up with the idea for the end of the world being a breakup. That line was about the ashes of a building, or the ashes of relationships."To date the band has released two music videos to accompany the The Fallout's release: a two-part series for the tracks "Oh Catastrophe" and the title track. The visual story arc in the two videos conveys a tale of star-crossed lovers separated by differences in ideology, rather than being united by love."We came up with this idea of a weird Romeo and Juliet thing, with people not making the tough choices and arguing over things like religion, and all these things that at the end of the world wouldn't matter. Somebody's gonna be wrong," says Leo. "I was thinking of how stubborn someone could be to see the end of the world not ending the way their book said it would, and still trying to argue. In the video, there's this idea that lovethis couplecould disband the army that was trying to keep them apart. They couldn't see the love that was in front of them."With The Fallout still fresh, Crown The Empire have an extensive tour itinerary planned for the coming months, with a headlining run booked for spring and a slot on the Rise Records Tour (alongside labelmates Like Moths To Flames), then a full slate of dates on this summer's Vans Warped Tour. Leo says as the group continue to build momentum, they plan on making their live shows progressively more elaborate and cinematic, further bringing Crown The Empire's evocative brand of music to life."We're constantly talking about new backdrops, new cabinets, new gearhow we can sound better. Eventually we want to be talking about what kind of rigs can we build on stage, what kind of lighting can we bring, what sort of pyrotechnics. That's a huge part we love, that a lot of the bands have lost out on: the idea of a big festival for your eyes and not just your ears," says Leo. "I think the shows will take a whole new level in the future. They're always going to just get bigger."

at House of Rock
511 Starr Street
Corpus Christi, United States

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Dallas Mavericks vs. Los Angeles Lakers
Event on 2018-02-10 19:30:00
NBA Basketball

at American Airlines Center
2500 Victory Avenue
Dallas, United States

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Improv Comedy: Genie/Clementine/Empty Inside
Event on 2018-01-19 22:30:00

DCH is your best source for improv, sketch and standup comedy in Dallas!  Shows 5 nights a week and classes always registering!

Facebook.com/dallascomedyhouse
@Dallascomedy on Twitter
@Dallascomedy on Instagram
Outside food and drink are NOT permitted inside DCH.

All tickets are general admission, so seating is first come, first served.  Cast of show subject to adjustment without notice.  Seating begins about 30 minutes prior to the show.  

ALL UNCLAIMED TICKETS WILL BE RELEASED TO STANDBY CUSTOMERS WHEN THE SHOW BEGINS.

at DALLAS COMEDY HOUSE LLC
3025 Main St.
Dallas, United States

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SPCA of Texas is hosting a FREE community pet wellness event
Event on 2018-01-13 08:00:00
The SPCA of Texas is hosting a FREE community pet wellness event on Saturday, Jan 13, 2018, at Pasturas Los Alazanes, 1821 S St Augustine Rd, Dallas, TX 75217! They’re offering no-cost DHPP/FVRCP and rabies vaccines, as well as free spay/neuter sign-ups for pets living in zip codes: 75116, 75134, 75203, 75207, 75208, 75210, 75211, 75212, 75215, 75216, 75217, 75223, 75224, 75226, 75227, 75228, 75232, 75233, 75236, 75237, 75241, 75249, and 75253! The Community Wellness Event will be from 8 a.m. – noon and is first come, first served, no appointment necessary. The goal is to help over 200 animals during the event. If you have additional questions please call the SPCA of Texas at 214-742-7722.

at Pasturas Los Alazanes
1821 S St Augustine Rd
Dallas, United States

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Mussoorie is a charming hill station and popularly known as the Queen of Hills. It is 34 kms from Dehradun and it is situated in the Garhwali hills at an altitude of 2003 mts above the sea level. Mussoorie is visited more frequently by the visitors as it is one of the beautiful hill stations in India. People who are in search of relief from the hot sultry conditions of the plains can visit Mussoorie as it provides excellent respite to those people. If you are residing near the capital then you can make just weekend trip. Many major Hindu pilgrimage sites like Badrinath, Kedarnath, Yamunotri, Haridwar, Rishikesh, and Gangotri are not far from this place. Here at this place plant Mussoorie is found in abundance so this place is named as Mussoorie. This hill station developed gradually as a centre of education, business, tourism and beauty.

The nearest airport to Mussoorie is the Jolly Grant. You can even travel to Mussoorie by rail or road. Mussoorie has its own railway station and you can easily catch a train from Delhi to Mussoorie. It is connected with other major towns by road.

There are some important places in the Mussoorie to visit.

Gun Hill

Here you can enjoy a ropeway ride to the second highest peak of Mussoorie. The distance of ropeway is only 400 mtrs.

Municipal Garden

It is a picnic spot and it has a beautiful garden with artificial mini lake. It has boating facilities also.

Childer’s Lodge

It is the highest peak of Mussoorie near Lal Tibba.

Camels Back Road

It starts from Kulri Bazar near Rink Hall and ends at Library Bazaar. Its total distance is about 3 kms.

Jharipani Fall

It is 8.5 kms from Mussoorie on Mussoorie-Jharipani Road. Visitors can go up to 7 kms by bus or car.

Bhatta Fall

It is 7 kms from Mussoorie on Mussoorie-Dehradun road. It is an ideal spot for picnic and bathing.

Kempty Fall

It is 15 kms from Mussoorie on the Yamunotri Road. This fall has an altitude of 4500 ft.

Nag Devta Temple

It is an ancient temple which is situated on Cart Mackenjie Road. It is about 6 kms from Mussoorie. It provides a charming view of Mussoorie as well as Doon Valley.

Mussoorie Lake

It is about 6 kms from Mussoorie and situated on Mussoorie – Dehradun road. It is a newly developed picnic spot. It is a delightful spot. Pedal boats are also available.

Besides these spots there are many beautiful spots for the visitors to visit.

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