Music Business - Cash In On The Big Show
Sun-kissed beaches, pleasant weather, friendly people, interesting events, amusement parks, museums, greenery and picturesque views! Isn"t that enough to beckon you to San Diego. A large number of tourists come to San Diego in the month of October. Reasons being pleasant weather, hosts of fascinating events and plenty of fun activities and great places to relax!
Get ready for the largest day Oktoberfest by sport wristbands joining hundreds and thousands of revelers at the La Mesa Oktoberfest. Set to take place during the first weekend of October i.e. from 5th to 7th October, 2012 at the Spring Street and La Mesa Blvd, La Mesa Oktoberfest is expecting around 200,000 visitors this year.
When hosting a Swap Party, be sure to briefly explain in the invitation what it is and what type of items are to be brought. Also be sure to explain that all items must be or look new, and be in good condition. Each person may take home with them the same number of items as they bring.
The new self-produced album Valleyheart features the first single "Must Be the One" as well as the track "Take The World" plus eight others. She Wants Revenge has taken their varied musical influences and created a body of work that reflects their musical evolution for their third album. The album"s songs root from North Hollywood, the San Fernando Valley suburban enclave, finding mastery at their chosen pursuit, and moving beyond their limitations, be it geographical or metaphorical. The music is still dark and brooding, yet with yearning appeal.
Off Broadway is one of the few St. Louis music venues that attracts indie rock and punk bands that are up and coming, but that aren"t completely obscure. A perfect example is the brand new psychedelic folk group Here We Go Magic, which played a beautiful set at Off Broadway a couple weeks ago. The band had stopped in St. Louis on it"s way to the festival wristbands, where they played a ton of shows that got pretty impressive reviews. And the gun slingin", whiskey guzzlin" indie rockers Murder By Death are scheduled to play at Off Broadway in May - it"s bound to be a more appropriate atmosphere than if the group performed at the Pageant to the tune of $5 Budweisers.
Of course, there are goals that have to do with physical measurements (weight, body fat percentage, size), and other goals that might have to do with your performance, like running a certain time or distance. Another type of goal might be to get yourself geared up for a future event or challenge, like a 10k run, or a full or 1/2 marathon, or a triathlon, or a "Tough Mudder" event wristbands, or a long distance cycling event, or a 3-day walk, and so on. You could even schedule a vacation where you"ll be active, like climbing, or surfing, or skiing, or white water rafting, or hiking. You get the point.
Going to a football game, baseball game, rugby game, soccer game or hockey game is always fun. If you can"t attend a game in person the next best thing is to hang out and drink your favorite beer at a sports bar. There are some really upscale bars or neighborhood bars depending upon your style. If you are not much of a spectator why not spend some time at a recreation center or club playing your favorite sport, or get some friends together and set up a softball, basketball, volleyball, a round of golf or a tennis match with a BBQ afterwards.
Make life exciting, after all, life is not meant to be a spectator sport! Jump in and do things you haven"t experienced before, you will create memories that could last a lifetime.
Premier calls for boost in public"s livelihoods in visit to Ningxia
Premier Li Keqiang called for further integration with the internet to improve key public services, including healthcare and education, during his one-day trip to the Ningxia Hui autonomous region on Monday.
Li visited hospitals, schools and local communities in Yinchuan, the region"s capital, ahead of the 60th anniversary of the establishment for the region in October.
At Yinchuan No 1 Hospital, the premier listened to reports on the integration of the internet with healthcare. An internet hospital system, based in the hospital, has covered all communities and townships in Ningxia to provide long-distance diagnoses and treatment.
Local officials said remote diagnoses have promoted quality healthcare services at local levels, making it possible for patients who had to be treated in big cities, such as Beijing, to get diagnosed in their own homes.
Li talked with community doctors and Beijing"s healthcare experts via the online system and encouraged them to keep working for improved healthcare services
There is great potential for the internet to integrate with key fields related to people"s livelihoods, Li said. The integration should facilitate access for people in remote and poverty-stricken areas to high-quality resources and services, which can also promote social equality, he said.
Li called on Ningxia to play a leading role in aligning the internet with healthcare for the benefit of people of all ethnic groups. The central government will offer its support, he said.
At Minning High School in the suburban county of Yongning, students showed the premier how they used tablets to learn from online classes in a "smart classroom".
Education is key to obtaining knowledge at a fair starting line, and its integration with the internet can endow children in less-advantaged areas the opportunity to learn from top teachers, which can broaden their horizons and inspire them to change their own lives, Li said.
Currently, rural areas lag in information infrastructure and need more government investment to solve problems, such as slow broadband speed, Li said.
The premier also asked about teachers" incomes and reiterated that teachers" salaries at compulsory education schools should not be lower than local public servants "average pay. Teachers, especially in compulsory education schools, are inspirers of children and should be respected, he said, adding that the State Council, China"s Cabinet, will send inspection teams across the country to check the implementation.
In 2016, Li visited the village of Qingshi in Guyuan, Ningxia, a place plagued by poverty and drought for decades. More than 700 households have been relocated from the village to Yinchuan.
Villagers told Li that they have access to better infrastructure, including tap water, and earn more now. Li encouraged them to work harder for better lives.