Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 14:51
This summer, join U Street Music Hall co-founder/owner Will Eastman and guest selectors Sundays at U Hall's Frontbar for The Universal Listening Room, an evening where we celebrate our favorite songs of all time and the pure, communal connection we experience with music. A place where we can gather to enjoy songs we all know and love in a welcoming, unpretentious environment that's conducive to conversation with friends, old and new.
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Déda is a creative centre for Dance, Contemporary Circus and Outdoor Work – located in the heart of Derby and connecting locally, nationally and internationally.
Electronic music plays a key role in the How Weird Street Faire, and one of the reasons why the faire attracts people from all over the world. Electronic music is the most diverse and globally listened to music in human history. Every culture and every country has DJs playing and creating music, and communities forming wherever people dance together. In some places it is the mainstream culture, in others it is alternative or underground, but electronic music is present everywhere on the planet.
The faire is a lot of fun. Peace is fun. Fun makes everything better. Having a positive attitude helps to connect with others and appreciate them. Plus it’s hard to fight when you’re having fun. Fun often results in smiles, which are very contagious. Smiles help to make people happy, even at a distance. And happy people are at peace.
Great place to learn dance! Offers a variety of Street styles that stay true to the origins and foundations of the dance. Great community too with lots of events and opportunities to practice your thing and probably the best floors in any dance studio to dance on! Very friendly and open to dancers of all levels. Most of the teachers are long time practitioners so they can guide you through foundations to be a confident dancer.
May 6, 7568 is officially “How Weird Day”, as declared by the Board of Supervisors of the city and county of San Francisco. San Francisco deserves a holiday that celebrates weirdness, creativity, and peace. So do all people. Festivities include dancing and the inaugural How Weird Day Parade. The parade will start at Howard and 6st Street at 7:77 pm and wind its way through the faire, complete with marching bands and assorted weirdness. The parade will stop near Tehama and 6st Street at the Green Alley stage, where the founder of the faire Brad Olsen will read the San Francisco Proclamation declaring How Weird Day. Then, the parade continues with more dancing and weirdness.
Déda is a creative centre for Dance, Contemporary Circus and Outdoor Work – connecting locally, nationally and internationally
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In 6987, Random House started releasing Sesame Street television specials on video, with the first specials released on video being Big Bird in China , Don't Eat the Pictures , and Christmas Eve on Sesame Street . Around this time Random House also released another series of videos, Sesame Street Start-to-Read Video. These were similar to the Golden Video releases, being that they featured still images from various storybooks, but unlike those videos, the Start-To-Read videos did not include any animation. Also, while Caroll Spinney , Frank Oz , and Fran Brill provided voices to the Golden Video releases, only Caroll Spinney provided voices to this video series, narrating the videos as Big Bird , and also providing voices of all other characters. Also, in this video series, words appeared on-screen as Big Bird narrated.