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2014.02.13 20:10 nBoots ODESZA

A subreddit for lovers of the pioneering electronic music duo Odesza. We welcome all things Odesza related. We're all friends here and...my friends never die🎶
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2013.02.27 15:22 indeedwatson Piano Technique

A subreddit dedicated to discussing piano technique in detail.
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2021.12.06 19:41 Davis_Dynasty OnceUponATimeInLA

This is a page for everyone excited to attend Once Upon A Time In LA. Feel free to post what artists you're most excited to see, what surprises you believe may be in store, & connect with other concert goers.
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2023.02.02 22:49 flowerboyyyyyyy When is the next tour?

hey guys wassup? so i’m in brazil rn and tyler is my favorite artist, so i really wanted to see him, he cancelled his only concert here in 2018, and i never got any news of him coming back. Adding to this, i’m planning to go to a trip to LA, and i think that’s the only way i can see him live. Do you guys have any idea or guesses about when he is doing another tour? does he usually start when he releases an album? i really don’t know. thanks in advance!!
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2023.02.02 22:44 shaking_in_my_crocs Comment obtenir une place pour un concert d'une artiste de renommée mondiale ?

Bonsoir, je souhaite acheter une place pour le concert de Beyoncé au Stade de France le 26 mai. C'est la première fois que je vais essayer de me procurer une place pour un évènement aussi prisé où les entrées partent en un claquement de doigts dès leur mise en vente. Auriez-vous des conseils pour maximiser mes chances d'obtenir une place ? J'ai entendu parlé de file d'attente, comment ça se passe concrètement ? Est-ce être dedans nous garantit d'avoir un ticket ? Me recommandez vous d'aller sur la billetterie du Stade de France ou directement sur Ticket Master ? Si vous avez des anecdotes n'hésitez pas à les partager !
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2023.02.02 22:25 Adamsblake Does PWD do encores?

Stoked to see them for the first time live in LA, it was the first metal concert I’ve been to and the first concert where the headliner didn’t have an encore. Caught me off guard when they finished and everyone immediately walked away lol. Is this a PWD thing or metal thing in general?
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2023.02.02 22:10 automate-farci « Je suis une big fan de Beyoncé du coup après mon concert, hop, Stade de France » avoue la chanteuse. Aya Nakamura est l'invitée de #Quotidien https://t.co/jH8jjTndMM

« Je suis une big fan de Beyoncé du coup après mon concert, hop, Stade de France » avoue la chanteuse. Aya Nakamura est l'invitée de #Quotidien https://t.co/jH8jjTndMM submitted by automate-farci to Quotidien [link] [comments]


2023.02.02 20:18 Dependent-Chart2735 33 [F4M] #LosAngeles

Currently single looking for one or more compatible male partners. Specifically, looking for an LA local, 30+, and preferably average-to-fit POC. I love to text and chat when I’m free. Introvert-leaning ambivert. I get out mainly for food and Marvel movies these days. I also like arcades, concerts/live music, spas, karaoke, amusement parks, weightlifting, and all of the foods that don’t have peanuts.
I’m always down to talk about whatever, especially reflections on experiences and ideas about humanity. Into Psychology and general unfiltered communication (and majored in both, USC ‘11 ✌🏾). I like many types of music but I’m not well versed in current music unless it’s KPop. American stuff I dropped off of for the most part in 2015 or so lol. But generally I like, R&B, Pop, Rock, LoFi, Dubstep, HipHop, Rock, and good old Motown era oldies. I have a front row ticket to Incubus this year that I cannot shut up about! Music is everything to me. Well, music and food.
Casual Gamer. Most recent play is Marvel’s Midnight Suns. Impatiently waiting for the Coffee Talk sequel and Hogwarts. I have a PS5, 4, Switch, and Wii.
Atheist, Socialist, Solo-Poly, Childfree, Kink+, Demisexual, Drama-Free, and independent. 420 unfriendly 🚫🍃 Full-time employed in Accounting and adulting decently. Holla at me, I holla back if interested 👋🏾
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2023.02.02 20:08 MaximumDJ Was told to post this in here - all picked up for 30 pounds.

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2023.02.02 19:16 Banshee45 Anybody else get confused and think Band-Maid was opening for The Last Rockstars in Tokyo?

Cause man I sure did.
The Last Rockstars made their I belive live debut anywhere first in Toyko.
Given how I read Band-Maids instgram post was like this..
"Band-Maid will open for TLR-Tokyo-LA-NY"
Thats how I read it so naturally I thought oh man how did BM do with the TLRs?!!!
Someone had posted the full concert of the TLRs in Tokyo
I went searching all over youtube for fancam of the Maids playing. When i couldnt find any thats when in dawned on me Band-Maids is opening for TLRs in US ONLY. Which is very close!!
Speaking of TLRs...im gonna be honest. I know all these guys are living legends. They practically shaped how Japan rock and metal is today. But i gotta tell ya the 30 minutes I saw were good, but nothing exceptional. Given what iv been seeing on the non Japan side looks like The Last Rockstars the song is getting a ok to lukewarm reception.
Also...THERE'S NO BASS. HOW ARE YOU THE LAST ROCKSTARS AND NO BASS. Its two guitars playerw and no bassists.
I do plan to go back and see the rest of the concert of them. Really want to see the guitar battle
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2023.02.02 18:05 deathbecomeshertoo Merge cineva la the 1975 in 26 iunie? Nu am cu cine sa ma bucur de concert. Hit me up

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2023.02.02 17:52 GuyWhoGames I compiled fan footage from the LA tribute concerts

A lot more info on youtube & in the video, but in short: Full audio was from the Foofighters youtube channel, footage was from everywhere around youtube
I got a little bored and decided to make it, so here it is!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76kpyfvpROs
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2023.02.02 15:21 punk_ninja_robot 5 invitații (intrare gratuită) Categoria B la Concert Timpuri Noi @Berăria H.

PM pentru ele.
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2023.02.02 13:46 BBBBBBB9122 Radio Primavera Sound interview with Alfonso Lanza, co-director of Primavera Sound - the tweets

There was a live translation of this interview (which was in Spanish). I have put the various tweets together below, so you get an ideas of what he said. (bear in mind it was a live translation - the interview is here: https://www.mixcloud.com/RadioPrimaveraSound/la-weekly-entrevista-con-alfonso-lanza-co-director-de-primavera-sound/)
Q: What has been your most ambitious booking this year?
AL: The headliners are always more ambitious and complex. The line up is a wishlist. There are artists who make us very excited. We are a team of nerds: Laurie Anderson, Eddie Palmieri, Michael Imperioli with ZOPA, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, Red Velvet, Le Tigre...
AL: Not all wishes come true.
I haven’t made any personal requests this year: last year we had Pavement, my favourite group.
Q: Did you try to book Pulp this year?
AL: Pulp is a group we love at Primavera. (“Es un grupo de la casa”)
This year they have decided not to leave the UK [and Ireland].
Hopefully one year.
Q: I would love to see Phoebe Bridgers at the Forum, is that ever going to happen?
AL: Of course. She was at Primavera Latin America. A very Primavera artist.
Q: Do festivals prevent some artists and groups from playing regular concerts, in indoor venues?
AL: We are a concert promoter that does a lot of “normal” concerts, in indoor venues. Many artists can only be seen at festivals because touring in theatres doesn't pay off. International hip-hop artists do not go through Spain (for various reasons). Festivals allow us to see them: eg. Kendrick Lamar.
Q: How do you decide the timetable of the artists at Primavera Sound, by stage and time?
AL: It is a big effort to balance schedules and other variables: production, artist schedule requirements, routing, stage parity, distribution of the public in the venue. The overlaps exist because they are necessary to avoid crowding. Each slot is designed for a reason.
Q: Is there going to be a change in the Primavera Stage?
AL: There is a more important structural change: Primavera won’t be using the Sant Adria site [where BITS etc traditionally were] this year because we can’t use the bridge. The festival site will be more compact: there will be less walking.
AL: The stages that were in Sant Adria will be relocated to the main site. The capacity of the festival will be reduced in line with these changes, as the public wanted. The Primavera stage will be bigger.
Q: What can we expect from the concerts in the Auditori de Barcelona this year?
AL: Swans, John Cale, Laurie Anderson, Boris…
AL: At the Lope de Vega Theatre in Madrid there will be a parallel [Auditori] program.
There will be auditorium programming during daytime as a warm up to the Arganda del Rey fanzone.
Q: What will the tcketing system be for the concerts at the Auditori / Lope de Vega Theatre/ Primavera a La Ciutat / Brunch?
AL: There will be a reservation system via AccessTcket. To ensure that people with reservations actually attend, the reservation will cost a ‘symbolic’ price. This will be returned as a credit in AccessTicket to consume at the festival when entering the venue.
AL: There will be a free tcketing system for the Pet Shop Boys concert in Madrid.
Q: Why did you decide to put the same line-up on in Madrid and Barcelona?
AL: To establish a routing base in the Iberian Peninsula. It means you can offer artists more concerts. The same idea with Latin America.
Q: Is there enough of a public for two festivals with the same line up?
AL: Yes definitely.
Q: If, in 2023, it had been possible to repeat the 2022 model of two weekends in Barcelona, would there be Primavera Sound Madrid?
AL: Madrid has been in our thoughts for years. It was impossible to do two weekends in Barcelona and a window of opportunity opened up in Madrid.
I prefer to do the same line up in two different cities: it’s two different experiences.
Q: Is Madrid a first step towards leaving Barcelona for good?
AL: No! We are a festival from Barcelona, our DNA is from here.
We had posters saying “Created in Barcelona” at the Latin American and Los Angeles festivals. We are not going to leave Barcelona because it is where we were born.
Q: When can we start to see what the Arganda del Rey site looks like?
AL: We will do something to start giving people an idea. The render of the space is amazing. There are no neighbours, there are no sound or time limitations. It is a space designed to hold a festival.
Q: How is Madrid’s musical scene?
AL: Madrid has a great night life. The week of the festival will be incredible. Madrid’s music will be represented at the fanzone.
Q: How do you get along with Mad Cool?
AL: We do not consider them competitors. They are a complementary festival. We don't have any problem with them and we don’t have much of a relationship with them.
Q: What facilities will you provide to help with arrival and departure from the Madrid site?
AL: Primavera Sound could not fit in a more central venue in Madrid. We did look. We love Arganda. But it is a challenge. We have an effective mobility plan. Almost 400 buses will run from from the Civitas Metropolitan fanzone.
There will be concerts, accreditations and merchandise at the fanzone. In 28 minutes, you will get to the site.
AL: There will be a fixed price for taxis, sufficient cars, a pick-up point in Arganda. We will limit the tckets we sll for Madrid to ensure that the mobility plan works: we will be conservative.
AL: Civitas is not just a bus stop: things will happen there.
Q: Is a tcket that costs more than 300 euros sensible in times of crisis?
AL: Tckets went on sle for €325 after the lineup was announced. We sll many more passes before that - more than half. The price is set according to budget: artistic; production; promotion. The price of production is high, generally, this year.
AL: The are 3 sources of income for Primavera Sound: tcketing; sponsors; bars. Primavera Sound doesn’t receive any grants. The price is reasonable compared to our international competitors (Coachella, Glastonbury, Roskilde, Tomorrowland…): Primavera Sound is cheaper than these.
AL: It is a reasonable price for what we offer: it works out at €93 / day. There are almost 70 bands / day. A person night see 6-8 concerts a day, a couple of headliners. Compare that with what tckets for big artists’ concerts cost.
AL: There is a discounts for residents of Barcelona and Madrid; and the “Bono Cultural” to take into consideration. (“Bono Cultural” = 400 euros for people in Spain who turn 18 throughout 2022 to spend on cultural goods)
Q: In 2022 there were complaints on social media about crowds, queues at bars, changes in the venue layout... Have you made any decisions about this? Will you take measures so that the saturation at the bars does not happen again?
AL: Last year there were 6-8 hours of difficulties on the first day of the 10-day festival. And we are sorry about that. For 2023 we have reduced the festival capacity, without losing any stages.
AL: VIP stands will return to their original position towards the sides of the stage.
Q: Will there be enough water points at the festival?
AL: Yes: there will be enough free hydration points.
Q: What guarantees do you give that the user experience will be satisfactory, considering all the factors that usually contribute to people not having a good time?
AL: Primavera Sound has 20 years of history: good line ups + good experiences. In Barcelona there will be return shuttles [to the city centre]. We are talking to the taxi association in Barcelona as we have done in Madrid.
Q: Have you taken into account the fact that people of over 40 years of age have different demands and needs from those of young people, between 20-35?
AL: At Primavera Sound there are people from 14 to 80 years old, there are services for young people and for adults. Primavera Sound has more bathrooms than average. We have well-kept VIP areas, we are working with Soho House. Primavera Sound will be a comfortable experience.
Q: Why is it that NO ONE is able to answer any questions we have regarding issues with Festcket?
AL: I apologise for that. We are meeting with Festcket to find a solution to this issue and hope to be able to provide an answer in the next few days.
Q: Where will the VIP areas be this year?
AL: There will be no VIP area in front of the stage. Artists want their fans in front. VIP area includes preferential access.
Q: In Barcelona, ​​will there be a BITS zone?
AL: Not in Sant Adriá, but it will be integrated into the Fòrum site.
Q: Will there be a Boiler Room this year?
AL: We will announce the Boiler Room line up soon. The Primavera Sound line up is always a living thing. Boiler Room will be in Barcelona and Madrid.
Q: Will there still be the NTS stage? Will there also be one in Madrid?
AL: There will be a Warehouse in Barcelona and Madrid.
Q: After the first editions of Primavera Sound in Brazil, Chile and Argentina, will the festival return to Latin America?
AL: I hope so. The three editions went very well, the intention is to continue. We hope to give you some news in the coming weeks.
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2023.02.02 07:38 whirlpool4 Events for Fri 2/3 - Sun 2/5

(I've been super busy this week, so this list isn't complete! but I will update it as soon as I get a chance. Last updated: Wed 2/1, 10 PM)

** Fri 2/3 *\*
Fri 5 - 7 PM First Friday: Friend Night at the Museum New Mexico Museum of Art, 107 W. Palace Ave, Santa Fe (it's not ABQ, but it's FREE!) Looking for a fun way to spend time with a friend? How about a scavenger hunt exploration of the art on display, which is guaranteed to spark interest and connection! Grab a buddy and see you at the Museum! This is a FREE event
Fri 5:45 -7 PM Latino Outdoors ABQ Friday Fractals New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, 1801 Mountain Rd. NW Fractals are never ending patterns that occur all around us in nature. Come explore more at the Museum of Natural History. First Friday Fractals is the spectacular, award-winning full dome planetarium show that takes viewers on a tour of the fractals in nature and zooms through infinitely complex mathematical fractals. Featuring original music, the show is both educational and highly entertaining, and suitable for audiences 3 and up. A fractal is a never-ending pattern. Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across different scales. They are created by repeating a simple process over and over in an ongoing feedback loop. Driven by recursion, fractals are images of dynamic systems – the pictures of Chaos. Geometrically, they exist in between our familiar dimensions. Fractal patterns are extremely familiar, since nature is full of fractals. For instance: trees, rivers, coastlines, mountains, clouds, seashells, hurricanes, etc. Abstract fractals – such as the Mandelbrot Set – can be generated by a computer calculating a simple equation over and over. FREE!
Fri 5 - 8 PM RuPaul’s Drag Race Watch Party Sidewinders Bar and Grill, 4200 Central Ave NE Join us EVERY FRIDAY, to watch RuPaul’s Drag Race! Get here early for a seat! Projected on our big screen. Show starts at 6pm! Happy hour until 7pm! NO COVER
Fri 6 - 9 PM Country Dance CSP Dance Studios, 1624 Eubank Blvd. NE Hey y'all! Get ready to kick up your heels and have the time of your life at our upcoming country dance! We've got an amazing lineup of social dances including 2-step, East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, Night Club 2-step, and more. Come show off your best moves and have a blast with us. Don't miss out on this unforgettable hoedown! See you there! $10.00 at the door cash or check Welcome Lesson included with entry from 6:00-6:30pm. Masks optional
Fri 7 PM "DEEP MIND" Music Video Release/Birthday Celebration ABQ BITE, 3407 Central Ave NE It's time for us to BLAST OFF! CULT of CHAZ and Guest Performers: REBEKKAH D., SOOZ KALILA. Come celebrate the music video/single release of "DEEP MIND" by CULT of CHAZ (It's also her Birthday Celebration)! APPETIZERS - ENTERTAINMENT - DANCING. CREDITS: CULT of CHAZ photo taken from upcoming music video of single, "DEEP MIND." Image filmed by Michael Keyz. FX by C. Chambreux
Fri 7 - 8 PM A Very Wes Sketch Show The Box Performance Space and Improv Theatre, 100 Gold Ave SW, Ste 112 Fill & Wes Present: A VERY WES SKETCH SHOW. Wes has unearthed all of his sketches and is putting them up at The Box Performance Space. Like human-animal hybrids? There are plenty in this show. Join Fill and Wes and our wonder cast: Matt Joe Melano, Jeff Andersen, Caroline Toby Graham, Elena Warden, Sam Quinn. Get ready for this spectacle of gravy boats, tiny cakes and Crush: Orange Soda! Every Saturday in February (February 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th), tickets $12
Fri 7 - 9 PM The Ordinary Things Live Echoes, 313 Gold SW The Ordinary Things return downtown with 2 sets of original music! Suggested donation $5
Fri 8 PM Age of Aquarius Party ft. Baracutanga and Mala Maña Juno, 1501 1st St. NW Latin and Worldbeat music from Baracutanga, joined by Mala Maña, a new all-female Cumbia group. Local favorites Baracutanga (World Beat and Latin), are joined by Mala Maña, a new all-female Cumbia Group. Doors at 8:00 pm. DJ Darly at 9:00. Live music 9:30 to 12:30 am. 21+. In the Gallery. Kitchen will be open until 9:30
Fri 8 - 10:30 PM First Fridays Comedy Contest Tractor Brewing - Wells Park, 1800 4th St. NW First Friday's Comedy Contest is back with 10 of Abq's hottest up-and-coming comedians duking it out to see who is crowned this month's funniest comedian in the 505! Hosted by Rusty Rutherford, it's a battle to the last laugh! Come laugh, drink, and vote to decide the winner
Fri 8 PM - 12 AM Leftover Soul sister, 407 Central Ave NW Leftover Soul is starting with some west coast vibes for 2023! DJ Renato will be coming from California to join DJ Leftovers for a funky soul vinyl party. Let’s get funky! Fri Feb 3, music at 8pm, $5
Fri 9 PM Chatter Late Works February 2023 ChatterAbq, 912 3rd St. NW Doors Open at 8:15. Chatter Late Works – late night concerts for the adventurous. Cash Bar provided by Rumor Brewing. John Cage: The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs, John Cage: Nowth Upon Nacht, Kate Soper: Only the Words Themselves Mean What They Say, Somei Satoh: The Heavenly Spheres are Illuminated by Lights, Erik Satie: Socrate, Tara Khozein: soprano, Jesse Tatum: flute, Alan Zimmerman: percussion, Luke Gullickson: piano
Fri 9 PM - 2 AM Luke Andy Effex Rooftop, 420 Central Ave LUKE ANDY (Dirtybird) makes his New Mexico debut in Albuquerque WeHouseFridays Doors at 9PM. Cover Charge at Door. 21+ with Valid ID. Support By: Galaxy + Joey Fettuccine. Hailing from DC Metro area, now based in LA with Nigerian & Korean roots LUKE ANDY one of the rapidly rising names in House Music world. Just within last three years he played some of the top venues & festivals around the country from Soundcheck to Midway to Academy to EDC to Dirtybird Campout to Hard Summer. He quickly gained big support from Dirtybird players including Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin, Walker & Royce, Shiba San and more. His not to miss sets consists of funk, tech house, undeground hip-hop, jazz and alternative sounds.
Fri 9 PM - 2 AM First Friday Dance Night with VettaLuv and Chris Losack Sidewinders Bar and Grill, 4200 Central Ave SE Are you ready to dance your night away?!? Join us to dance with our monthly residency. DJ VettaLuv and special guest DJ Chris Losack. Doors 9pm - NO COVER
Fri 10:30 PM NME Movie Night: Chasing Amy The Guild Cinema, 3405 Central Ave NE Join New Mexico Entertainment for the February Movie Night screening of Chasing Amy. Early bird ticket purchasers have the chance to win door prizes from local businesses and organizations around town including a custom poster created for the event by Jon Sanchez! STORYLINE: Holden and Banky are comic book artists. Everything's going good for them until they meet Alyssa, also a comic book artist. Holden falls for her, but his hopes are crushed when he finds out she's a lesbian. (IMDB) NME MOVIE NIGHT IS A LIMITED-SEAT EVENT. It is STRONGLY ENCOURAGED that you arrive NO LATER THAN 20 MINUTES BEFORE THE SHOW to choose your seats and have time to grab something at concessions. Thank you!
** Sat 2/4 *\*
Sat 10 AM - 4 PM Madison MS Band 3rd Annual Mattress Fundraiser Madison Middle School, 3501 Moon St. NE Come get a better night’s sleep AND support Madison MS BAND with their 3rd Annual Mattress & Adjustable Bed Sale Fundraiser Event! We carry quality name brands like Southerland, Malouf, Englander, Tranquility, and Wellsville. With HUGE savings off retail prices, this is a ONE DAY only event! We need your help to SPREAD THE WORD by inviting all of your family and friends! We will have a mattress showroom set up at Madison Middle School Gym. Every purchase supports Madison BAND! Sleep Better, Save Money, Support the KIDS!
Sat 12 - 4 PM Lost In Love Mercado Rayos Del Sol Mercado, 6780 4th St. NW, Los Ranchos We will be hosting the Lost In Love Market, where you can find that special gift for your Valentine, friend, or loved one. We will have over 30 local artisan vendors, as well as food and drink vendors. Find that special gift all while supporting local artists
Sat 12 - 5 PM My Furry Valentine Pet Photos Boofy's Best for Pets, 8201 Golf Course Rd. NW, Ste C2 All critters deserve to be loved, especially on Valentine's Day! Stop by for pet photos starring your furry sweetheart. All well-behaved pets and humans are welcome to attend. $10 per photo donation benefits the 120+ adoptable cats and kittens currently in the FAT KATZ foster program
Sat 1 - 3 PM Route 66 The Untold Story of Women on the Mother Road The Guild Cinema, 3405 Central Ave NE Join us for a screening and panel discussion program with film director and producer Katrina Parks, retired director of the Center for Southwest Research Tomas Jaehn, historian and author Virginia Scharff, author Sharon Niederman and several special guests. Admission to the event is free, but please register by emailing: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]). As the car emerged as the primary form of personal transportation in the last century, America’s roads became central to connecting people and places. Among the most famous of these is Route 66, which served as the pathway to the west for many explorers and travelers, and became a memorable and influential part of automotive and American history. The documentary film Route 66: The Untold Story of Women on the Mother Road investigates this history by looking at how women overcame segregation and gender discrimination to build fulfilling lives for themselves and generations to come on America’s most beloved road. Funding support provided by the New Mexico Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities. This program is sponsored by the Guild Cinema and the New Mexico Route 66 Association
Sat 2 - 4 PM Flow On The Rio feat. DJ Pancho! Northernmost pond at Tingley Beach Pancho Quinones is, of course, known for his killer salsa mixes but you might not be as familiar with his forays into other styles and genres. This one gonna be a killer dance party, yo! Any donations we collect will be split between our DJ (musicians, artists and DJs should be paid!) and a nonprofit organization that we are still contemplating. And of course, never let a lack of funds keep you from joining us! We'd be so happy to get down with you whether you are brimming with plenty or your ass is broke! We need your energy kickin' about, yo! This is one of the most public spaces we use. Lots of hikers, dog walkers, cyclists, etc. We are fortunate to have such great public spaces in 'Burque! I appreciate that y'all are mindful and welcoming to others who might not be aware of our lil throw downs! Ya never know how things are gonna turn out for these things but the weather looks pretty good for Saturday. Hope to see you soon, Jam Fam!
Sat 5:30 PM Canvas Artistry and The Tramps...Party Time! Canvas Artistry - Kitchen Bar Art Music, It's a Canvas/Tramps Party! Join us at one Albuquerque's coolest spots for a booty Shakin time! Get ready to boogie with our flavor of dance floor favorites! It all starts at 5:30pm...reserve your table now...it will fill up as soon as peeps find out!
Sat 8 PM The Emo Night Tour Sunshine Theater, 120 Central Ave SW The Emo Night Tour is coming to Albuquerque! The greatest tribute night to the music that was never just a phase… (including this event, which is in its 8th year of raging all across the country and only getting BIGGER AND BETTER)! The Emo Night Tour DJ’s will be spinning all the angst your teenage dirtbag heart desires all night long and will make you feel like you’re at Warped Tour ‘08 minus all the dust and melting in the sun! So just imagine going to a show and hearing Taking Back Sunday, Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco, My Chemical Romance and many more, all only playing their best songs...all night long in a dance club atmosphere. These shows will be selling out and fast, so make sure to Tell All Your Friends and Sugar, Come Down!
** Sun 2/5 *\*
Sun 10 AM NM Sweetheart Run Bosque School, 4000 Bosque School Rd. NW Register today for the 19th annual NM Sweetheart Run. Whether it is the 10K, 5K, 10K Team of 2, 5K Team of 2, or Kids K, we have an event for you! 10K starts at 10:00am, 5K starts at 10:15am, KidsK starts at 11:00am. This is a beautiful loop course nestled in the heart of the North Valley Bosque with the Start and Finish located at Bosque School. Age Group and Overall awards, including Team Awards and a T-shirt. To learn more about the Sweetheart Run and other events, go to www.irunfit.org
Sun 12:30 - 2:30 PM Galentine's Cookie Decorating Workshop Pinspiration, Pinspiration Albuquerque and ABQ Sweet Spot have partnered together to bring you a Galentine’s Cookie Decorating Workshop! ABQ Sweet Spot will guide you through decorating your very own sugar cookies that you can take home with you that day. This is a beginners class so you will learn all the techniques of cookie decorating with 12 decadent and deliciously festive Valentine’s sugar cookies! The class is $80 plus tax per cookie decorator ($20 deposit is due upon reservation per person and the remainder will be due the day of the event). The class includes: 1 dozen cookies, Icing and sprinkles, A charcuterie cup and beverage of choice, Cookie recipe, Royal Icing recipe, Cookie cutter, and you will also learn how to make Royal Icing and the different consistencies of icing. Must be 10 years old to participate and each cookie decorator must be registered. Children may not be dropped off for the class, parents you must be registered too. Seats are limited and registration is required. All ticket sales are final *No Refunds. If the event is missed, we will gladly provide a make-up day of crafting or another workshop, pending availability. Ladies, bring your gal pals, family and friends for an afternoon of cookie decorating fun! If you have ever wanted to know how to make these beautifully decorated cookies, now is your chance!
Sun 1 - 4 PM Sing-Along! First Sunday Monthly, hosted by abqfolkfest B2B Garden Brewery, 8338 Comanche Rd. NE We have lots of songs of hope on our list. And some songs of uncertainty and concern for our friends and fellow human beings and love songs. You’ll pick the songs. We’ll all sing. The formula for the 1st Sunday of the month Sing-Along is 1) a list of familiar and very sing-able songs, 2) comfortable keys accompanied by guitar back up and, 3) lyric sheets (who remembers all of the words?), 4) we'll sing out strong, so you feel comfortable singing too. If you can’t make this one, join us next time! Dan holds a Sing-Along every first Sunday in the month. Sing-Along leader Dan Matthews has led small sing-alongs at Albuquerque Folk Fest for many years. In 2010, he was invited to put together a main stage Sing-Along tribute to Pete Seeger. A posse of friends with strong voices has led scores of people in rousing, meaningful and joyous song each year since. Dan’s joy is singing with people, not singing for people… whether it's a song circle, the 5th Saturday Sing-Alongs, or at the ABQ FOLK FEST. (click link for more info)
Sun 6 - 8 PM February Full Moon Run! Rio Grande Park Come Join in for The first Full Moon Run of 2023. Meet at Rio Grande Park to sign-in at starting at 6pm for the Fun Run/Walk at 6:30pm. As usual, we'll be on the Bosque Footpath for a 20 minute out then back run or walk at your own pace under the light of the Full Moon. Enjoy some snacks and Hot Cider afterwards. Full Moon Run is, as always free for everyone to come have an enjoyable time out with other adventurous people. Share this with your friends, bring the kids and of course, your happy dogs. We hope to see you there!
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2023.02.02 07:02 CurrentRoster [DISCUSSION] Justin Timberlake - Man of the Woods (5 Years Later)

Is he the Man of the Woods yet?
Prince of Pop Justin Timberlake, after being no stranger to hiatuses, took yet another after the worldwide success of his number 1 single Cant Stop the Feeling. When he returned to the studio inspired by his Tennessee roots. Contacting past collaborators Timbaland, Max Martin and the Neptunes to make Man of the Woods, the album is under the genre of country pop, funk, and Americana among others. Similar to the production process of FS/LS, it was recorded in multiple different studios across LA. The album features singers Alicia Keys and Chris Stapleton, & is dedicated to his first born son Silas
Afte initial speculation, the album was officially confirmed to be released in 201. Ahead of the release was an exclusive listening party with the press and music industry insiders attending. The album’s promotion was accompanied by 3 pre release singles and a career defining Super Bowl performance 2 days afterwards. Let’s see how that turned out:
First single was Filthy (released on my birthday) debuting at 9 becoming one of his highest debuts and 18th top ten solo hit. It was greeted with a polarizing reception upon release and failed to impact the charts much in later weeks, missing the year end charts of 2018. Next single, Supplies, became the first solo song by Timberlake produced by the duo Neptunes since his McDonalds jingle. It was released 2 weeks after Filthy and became one of his worst performing singles in his career, meeting a number 73 peak on the Hot 100. Pretty sure we all collectively forgot about it by April.
The 3rd and final single, the upbeat country rock track Say Something (ft. Chris Stapleton) came out a week before the album. It debuted and peaked at 9, similar to Filthy & outperforming Supplies. Say Something was easily the most successful single off the album, earning a Grammy nomination and over 400 million views for its acclaimed music video that was taken in one shot on its first take filmed in the Bardbury Building.
The album releases to mixed to negative reviews by critics and audiences across platforms citing its unfocused nature and overall sound as a misstep for Justin that holds the album back. Nonetheless, it was promoted through a year long MotW Tour which became the 6th biggest concert tour of 2018 and became his 2nd most successful world tour. It debuted atop the Billboard 200 with Justin’s lowest first week sales of 295,000 units sold although it was the biggest first week sales of 2018 at the time and was eventually named the 6th best selling album of the year.
How did you think of the album? One of his best? His worst? Do you anticipate a follow up?
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2023.02.02 07:01 CurrentRoster Justin Timberlake - Man of the Woods (5 Years Later)

Is he the Man of the Woods yet?

BACKGROUND

Prince of Pop Justin Timberlake, after being no stranger to hiatuses, took yet another after the worldwide success of his number 1 single Cant Stop the Feeling. When he returned to the studio inspired by his Tennessee roots. Contacting past collaborators Timbaland, Max Martin and the Neptunes to make Man of the Woods, the album is under the genre of country pop, funk, and Americana among others. Similar to the production process of FS/LS, it was recorded in multiple different studios across LA. The album features singers Alicia Keys and Chris Stapleton, & is dedicated to his first born son Silas
Afte initial speculation, the album was officially confirmed to be released in 201. Ahead of the release was an exclusive listening party with the press and music industry insiders attending. The album’s promotion was accompanied by 3 pre release singles and a career defining Super Bowl performance 2 days afterwards. Let’s see how that turned out:

SINGLES

First single was Filthy (released on my birthday) debuting at 9 becoming one of his highest debuts and 18th top ten solo hit. It was greeted with a polarizing reception upon release and failed to impact the charts much in later weeks, missing the year end charts of 2018. Next single, Supplies, became the first solo song by Timberlake produced by the duo Neptunes since his McDonalds jingle. It was released 2 weeks after Filthy and became one of his worst performing singles in his career, meeting a number 73 peak on the Hot 100. Pretty sure we all collectively forgot about it by April.
The 3rd and final single, the upbeat country rock track Say Something (ft. Chris Stapleton) came out a week before the album. It debuted and peaked at 9, similar to Filthy & outperforming Supplies. Say Something was easily the most successful single off the album, earning a Grammy nomination and over 400 million views for its acclaimed music video that was taken in one shot on its first take filmed in the Bardbury Building.

RECEPTION

The album releases to mixed to negative reviews by critics and audiences across platforms citing its unfocused nature and overall sound as a misstep for Justin that holds the album back. Nonetheless, it was promoted through a year long MotW Tour which became the 6th biggest concert tour of 2018 and became his 2nd most successful world tour. It debuted atop the Billboard 200 with Justin’s lowest first week sales of 295,000 units sold although it was the biggest first week sales of 2018 at the time and was eventually named the 6th best selling album of the year.
How did you think of the album? One of his best? His worst? Do you anticipate a follow up?
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2023.02.02 04:12 FrostyGoose_ 25 [M4F] OrangeCounty/SoCal - Asian guy looking for someone chill to hang out

Heyy
I'm 25 years old southeast asian man looking for a connection with someone who I can hang out with and talk to.
Im not sure if l'm looking for a relationship but I would like to get to know you and see how it goes.
Im 5'10, slim fit (I workout whenever I have free time), shy at first but outgoing as you get to know me, and have a chill personality. I live in Orange County/Socal area and im fine if you're from LA or I.E county. I don't discriminate any race so im ok with anyone.
Hobbies i like to do: Play the guitar, listening/making music, ride my electric bike, listen to podcasts, relax at the park, and go see live concerts.
I would like to give this a try and see if i can find someone on reddit. Feel free to message me :)
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2023.02.02 03:22 Relows562 [Wts] [USA] Dreamcatcher Reasons Make Concert LA

[Wts] [USA] Dreamcatcher Reasons Make Concert LA
Got better seats. Want to sell for $210 or DM offer. Paypal and Zelle accepted.
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2023.02.02 02:44 A_S_Music Assistant Position Opening - Christopher Tin

https://christophertin.com/hiring.html
Passing this along to those interested. This is a massive opportunity for anyone looking to work for an internationally renown composer for both the concert hall and for media. Full info regarding the position and requirements are available at the link. The position starts as a paid (no more than 2 months) internship period while being trained by the outgoing assistant and the initial requirements for application are:
Skills required (for composer applicants):
Familiarity with Dorico (requirement)
Strong classical/orchestral background
Very sharp eye for proofreading, copying, and music prep
English as a first language (for writing newsletters, social media captions)
All work to take place at his studio in Santa Monica, so you should probably be local to LA.
Applications are due by Feb 5th, with interviews taking place Feb 6th - 10th and the position starting Feb 13th. Good luck, this isn't an opportunity that should be passed by!
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2023.02.02 00:54 Bobiego Qu'est-ce qui se passe ce vendredi 3 février à Lyon ? Recommandations sorties

Salut, avec un vieux pote on est à Lyon ce vendredi 3 février pour une soirée seulement. Débarquement vers 19h, et on prend le train le lendemain vers le sud. On se retrouve après de longs mois, et on a envie de passer une bonne soirée dans la ville Lumière.
Des idées sorties sympas ou originales ? On aime la musique live mais plutôt dans les bars, pas de salle de concert, on veut pouvoir discuter. Plutôt rock. Bonne ambiance sans être bondé. Et avec un plan bouffe sympa ce serait top. Ou tout autre chose d'original qui marque le coup?
Si vous avez un bon plan secret ou une habitude sympa, ou avez entendu parler d'un truc qui a l'air cool, entre vieux Lyon et Grange Blanche, entre le parc et Gerland, tant qu'il y a un métro, on est mobiles !
Merci d'avance 😉
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2023.02.02 00:06 clearliquidclearjar TALLAHASSEE WEEKLY EVENTS, 2/2 – 2/8

Events are listed by the day. Events that happen every week appear first, one time stuff after that. If you have anything you’d like people to know about, comment here or message me and I’ll add it in. If you’d like further info about any of the events, look it up! I usually don’t have any extra to add.
Ongoing and Multi-Day Events
Local Running, Walking, and Biking Info: https://troubleafoot.blogspot.com/
OutdooFarmer’s Markets:
THURSDAY, 2/2
  • Blue Tavern: Bramble's Bluegrass Jam. Hey now – here's something to put on your calendar. Every month Bronwyn Chelette is leading a bluegrass jam in the tavern (or out in the courtyard when weather permits) for whoever wants to join in. It's free & you know when Bronwyn is leading it's gonna be fun! 5pm/free
  • Oyster City Brewing: George Feijoo! 6pm
  • Rabbit Creek Market: Record Swap. Join Upstairs Basement for their bi-monthly record swap. View the hundreds of vintage vinyl in stock and bring in your own crates to brag on, sell, or swap with other record enthusiasts. We'll be playing records on the turntable. 6pm
  • Blue Tavern: Music of the Spheres First Thursdays: Siempre Flamenco. We are thrilled and honored to kick off our Spring 2023 programming with the extraordinary duo Siempre Flamenco, featuring internationally celebrated guitarist, singer, and composer Paco Fonta and dancer Celia Fonta. Paco has been praised as an accomplished singer of Cante Jondo, the most authentic, profound, and difficult of the flamenco styles. Born in a small town near Jaen in the Andalusia region of southern Spain, he began his professional career performing in tablaos and festivals accompanying singers and dancers, including such artists as La Nina de la Huerta and Antonio Molina. He later toured Europe with the Kurt Savoy Trio, andin 1985 he won first prize in cante jondo at the flamenco festival in Jaen, Spain. Celia began her flamenco studies in Madrid and later focused on pure flamenco with great masters in Andalusia. She has toured with the Boston Flamenco Ballet, been featured as a principal and soloist with Ballet Flamenco La Rosa and Bailes Ferrer, and is a recipient of the Florida Folklife Master Artist Apprenticeship award as well as the Individual Artist Fellowship Award from the state of Florida. 8pm/$5
  • Fire Bettys: Riddim Takeover. 9pm/free
FRIDAY, 2/3
  • Lake Tribe: Flannel Friday. Flannel Fridays will be featuring a wide range of fall themed 'Pop-up' activities such as food trucks, live music, campfires, s'mores roasting, new seasonal brews, and more! Come dawn your flannel and cozy up to the simpler things in life. Our beers taste like the outdoors feel, let our tasting room be your Friday cabin retreat. 4pm
  • Gamescape: MTG Friday Night Magic. FORMAT: Standard Constructed. Swiss rounds as determined by the number of players with a maximum of 5 rounds. 7pm/$5
  • Hobbit West: Friday Night Dart Tournament. Anyone can Enter! Sign ups at 7:30, Darts fly at 8:00/$10 entry fee
  • Ouzts Too: Karaoke with DJ Nathan. Best karaoke DJ in town. 8pm
  • Club Downunder: CDU X Hip Hop Club Presents Freestyle Friday. Show off your freestyle rap or poetry skills at Freestyle Friday! Doors are at 7:30 with the show starting at 8:00 in Club Downunder! Send an email to [email protected] to sign up! 8pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with DJ Rah. 9pm-11pm/21+
  • 926: The Hot Friday Night Party and Drag Show. 9pm/$5/18+
  • The OtherSide Vintage in Railroad Square: First Friday with The Sparrows. First Friday is fun for everyone! Grab local eats at Square Mug Cafe, The Crum Box Gastgarden, Halisi Africa and more! Play at the playground! Enjoy a beautiful sunset in the Art Garden! Play games at the Drum Circle! And visit oodles of galleries and shops like The Other Side Vintage, 621 Gallery, Cosmic Cat Comics, Jim Russell Art, Obsessions Gifts, and so many more! Not to mention the #muralmania by Kenny Maguire, Nick Seabolt, T Stratton, Baet Collective, and other artists throughout the district. 5pm
  • Lake Tribe: Jonathan Reid. 6:30pm
  • Fish Camp: Jared Walker. 6:30pm
  • Oyster City Brewing: Mae West Band! 7pm
  • The Wine House on Market Street: Jonas Woodstock, one man band. 7pm/$10
  • St Peter’s: Derek Menchan Trio. 7:30pm
  • Bradfordville Blues Club: Tas Cru Band. 7:30pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Red Rose FIlm Club Presents: READY OR NOT. 8pm
  • Fire Bettys: Drunk Spelling Bee. First place gets $300 CASH. FREE TO WATCH! Come show off your drunk skills at our Drunk Spelling Bee. $20 sign-up fee gets you a free drink each round. Sign up starts at 6:00pm! Free to watch! 9pm
  • Blue Tavern: Ric Edmiston. 8pm
  • House of Music: Eric Demmer. 8pm
  • The Bark: Jean McQueen w/ Band of Names, Flying Bison & Psycho Ballet. 9pm/$8/all ages
  • Haus of Kaos: Falls Chase, Our Final Feud, & Ember Fading. 9pm/$10/18+
SATURDAY, 2/4
  • Haus of Kaos: Cirque De Kaos Drag & Burlesque. 8pm
  • Bird’s Oyster Shack: Laughterday Night Fever. This week: Five Year Anniversary Laughterday Night Fever! Join us every Saturday at Bird's Aphrodisiac Oyster Shack for a free comedy show! 8:30pm
  • La Casa Bar: Karaoke With Nathan. 9pm-1pm
  • Native Nurseries: Birding for Beginners. Learn how to identify the birds you are seeing in your yard and in the field as well. Jim Cox, Director of the Stoddard Bird Lab at Tall Timbers, is a biologist studying Red-cockaded Woodpeckers, Brown-headed Nuthatches, Bachman’s Sparrow and other songbirds. He is a wonderful teacher! After the demonstration, Jim will lead you out onto the nursery grounds to apply the techniques you’ve just learned with some hands on birding in the field. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED via PHONE ORDER. Proceeds will benefit research at the Stoddard Bird Lab at Tall Timbers. Please call (850) 386-8882 to pre-register. Class size is limited to 15 people. 10am/ $5 fee; your payment holds your spot in the class.
  • Leon Sinks: First Saturday Hike. If it is the first Saturday of the month, it is time for a hike at Leon Sinks! We will meet at 10 am in the parking lot and hike the trail together to see the beautiful geological features of the area while walking on wooded hiking trails. Right off US 319 south of Tallahassee, the Leon Sinks Geological Area contains 5 miles of trails leading to a series of sinkholes big and small. The land in this area is underlain by a layer of limestone, eroded and dissolved by rainwater and groundwater to form caverns, holes, and tunnels. This type of terrain is called "karst" and results in many geological features such as wet sinkholes, depressions, natural bridges and a disappearing stream. The hikers can either hike the 3.6-mile Sinkhole Trail to view the numerous sinkholes and geological features, or the 2.8-mile Gum Swamp Trail around a cypress and gum swamp. We recommend wear hiking shoes and bring a water bottle and consider bug spray or long pants/sleeves. Bring a lunch and stay after for the Friends of Leon Sinks meeting. 10am
  • Goat House Farm: Goat Yoga. 11am
  • Tallahassee Harley-Davidson: Front Porch Hangout. Come hangout with us at our Monthly Front Porch Hangout! We will Have The Tallahassee Bombers grilling out to raise funds to get to Pigeon Forge Tennessee. Big Bend Bagger will be hosting another cornhole tournament. And Benjamin Stanley Owens will be singing your favorite songs. 11am-2pm
  • Willis Park, Bainbridge, GA: Bainbridge Jazz & Blues Festival. You can find all the info here: https://www.facebook.com/BainbridgeJazzBluesFest along with a list of bands. Noon-Midnight/free
  • Shuckers: 20th Chili Cook Off. All proceeds from this event go to Big Bend Hospice in Tallahassee. Noon
  • Blue Tavern: 1st Saturday Swim with Bluegill Bill. Adventures in skiffle percussion accompanying a featured musician... Thank you Donny Shrum for bringing your guitar and bluesy goodness to this 1st Saturday Swim at the Blue Tavern! 5pm
  • Fish Camp: Mike & Kent. 5pm
  • The Bark: Animal Nineteen, Beloved Devotion, Mutual Disdain, and Jester Privilege. 6pm
  • Blue Tavern: Blues-Grass! Pure Organic Originality! What happens when the quintessential local Bluegrass band, Bottom Dollar Boy$, joins forces with bonafide blues duo, Blues Meets Girl? We have no idea but we know it's going to be fun. 7pm/$5
  • Oyster City Brewing: Soul Candy! 7pm
  • Turner Auditorium: The Other Mozart by Sylvia Milo. The Other Mozart is an award-winning solo play telling the forgotten story of Nannerl Mozart, the sister of Amadeus—a prodigy, keyboard virtuoso and composer, who performed throughout Europe with her brother to equal acclaim, but her work and her story faded away, lost to history. Created by Sylvia Milo, the play is set in a stunning 18-foot dress (designed by Magdalena Dabrowska from the National Theater of Poland). Directed by Isaac Byrne, The Other Mozart is based on facts, stories and lines pulled directly from the Mozart family’s humorous and heartbreaking letters. Along with music composed by her famous brother and Marianna Martines (a female composer who inspired Nannerl), original music was written for the play by Nathan Davis and Phyllis Chen (of Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival, the International Contemporary Ensemble and BAM) for the instruments Nannerl knew intimately, such as clavichords, music boxes, and bells, as well as teacups, fans, and other ordinary objects that might have captured her imagination. 7:30pm
  • Ruby Diamond: The University Symphony Orchestra: Songs of Passion. Come join FSU College of Music's University Symphony Orchestra for their first concert of the semester. The program includes Beethoven's Overture to Egmont, Mahler's Ruckert-Leider, and Dvorak's Symphony No. 7. 7:30pm/free
  • Bradfordville Blues Club: RoadHouse. 7:30/$25
  • House of Music: Jim Crozier & The Lab Cats. 8pm/$10
  • Potbellys: Waka Flocka. 10pm
SUNDAY, 2/5
  • Bicycle House: Sunday Ride. Ride at 10:30 AM from Bicycle House. We will ride the Cascades trail to the St Marks trail and down to Wakulla station and return, about 31 miles. Ride speed is 12 to 14 mph, with periodic regroups. Vernon Bailey is the ride leader. Vernon is a new CCC member who’s been biking for 50 years enjoys riding with small groups and weekend touring. 10am
  • Gamescape: Pokémon League. Come learn, play, and trade with the Pokémon Trading Card Game and the Pokémon video games! We LOVE seeing new players, so come learn how to play! We play both the Trading Card Game and the Video Game casually and competitively. The store offers lots of different seating arrangements to meet our group's needs, as well as food, drinks, and Pokémon products for purchase. We are also hold regular, officially sanctioned tournaments for Pokémon Trading Card Game and Video Game Competitions! 2-4pm
  • House of Music: Songwriter Sunday. Songwriters of Tallahassee hosted by Rachel Hillman. Bring your original songs on Sunday - sign up is at 4:30. No Cover Songs please - this is an event celebrating original music. Accompanists and Bands Welcome - you must be able to set up within two minutes, so no crazy pedals or amp shenanigans. No Backing Tracks - Please find someone to play your song with you. 5pm
  • The Plant: Open Jam. All instruments, all players welcome. 5pm-9pm
  • Mickee Faust Club: Open Call Readings - Spring Show. Hey Faust Fans! We're coming in hot with our 2023 Spring Cabaret celebrating our 35th Birthday with new skits and old favorites. If you've had a hankering to be part the Faust fun, join us at the MIckee Faust Clubhouse. We'll be reading and singing through all the scripts and songs for the show. No need to audition. If you come to a reading, and can make the performance dates, you WILL be cast in the show. You might not get a starring role. You might be cast as just one of a chorus of sheep. But you WILL be in the show! Don't be baa-shful -- join Mickee's Minions at the read-thoughs and make your dreams ---of standing on stage in your underwear in front of a bunch of strangers, your mind totally blank from the terror and the thrill-- come true! (Wait. What?) We'll be waiting for you! 2pm
  • Fish Camp: Public Address Band. 2pm
  • Common Ground Books: Clothing Swap. Clothing Swap! This event will take place the first Sunday of every month (unless otherwise noted). Bring your clothes you no longer want, fit, or no longer feel like "you", and switch them out or just donate them to others. Clothing for all ages welcome. Please bring clothes in a bin or box so they can be easily browsed. Any clothing left will be considered a donation and held for the next swap or be made available for those in need. 2pm
  • Bradfordville Blues Club: Juke Joint Jam. 3pm
  • The Bark: Treis & Friends with Bandemic and Soul Candy. 7pm
MONDAY, 2/6
  • Just One More: Bingo. 5pm-6:30pm
  • American Legion Hall: Cha Cha - Weekly Lessons. 6:15pm/$5
  • Hangar 38: Bingo. 6:45pm
  • Vino Beano: Tipsy Trivia. 7pm
  • Mickee Faust Club: Open Call Readings - Spring Show. Hey Faust Fans! We're coming in hot with our 2023 Spring Cabaret celebrating our 35th Birthday with new skits and old favorites. If you've had a hankering to be part the Faust fun, join us at the MIckee Faust Clubhouse. We'll be reading and singing through all the scripts and songs for the show. No need to audition. If you come to a reading, and can make the performance dates, you WILL be cast in the show. You might not get a starring role. You might be cast as just one of a chorus of sheep. But you WILL be in the show! Don't be baa-shful -- join Mickee's Minions at the read-thoughs and make your dreams ---of standing on stage in your underwear in front of a bunch of strangers, your mind totally blank from the terror and the thrill-- come true! (Wait. What?) We'll be waiting for you! 7pm
TUESDAY, 2/7
  • Blue Tavern: Happy Hour with Paddy League. 5pm
  • World of Beer: Poker Night. 6pm
  • Crafty Crab: BOOMIN' Karaoke. 7pm
  • Island Wings: Trivia. 7pm
  • House of Music: Tuesday Trivia & Karaoke. 7pm
  • Burrito Boarder: Karaoke with DJ Roldus. 8pm
  • 4th Quarter: Professor Jim's Tuesday Night Trivia. Popular for a reason! 8pm
  • Argonaut Coffee: Trivia Tuesday. 8pm
  • 926: Tacos and Trivia. 9pm
  • Fire Betty’s: Comedy Show. 9pm/21+
  • Haus of Kaos: Drag Bingo Night. 4pm/$3 for 5 boards!
  • Blue Tavern: Michela Musolino's Sicilian Happy Hour. Michela Musolino reimagines Sicilian folk and roots music, at times even alchemized with renowned American musical genres, to mirror the history and movement of people and their musical traditions from the Old World to the New. 5pm
  • Ruby Diamond: Step Afrika! Founded in 1994 by C. Brian Williams, Step Afrika! is the first professional company dedicated to the tradition of stepping. Under Mr. Williams' leadership, stepping has evolved into one of America's cultural exports, touring more than 60 countries across the globe, and the company now ranks as one of the top ten African-American dance companies in the United States. Step Afrika! Blends percussive dance styles practiced by historically African American fraternities and sororities; traditional African dances; and an array of contemporary dance and art forms into a cohesive, compelling artistic experience. Performances are much more than dance shows: they integrate songs, storytelling, humor, and audience participation. 7:30pm
WEDNESDAY, 2/8
  • Birds: The Wednesday Night Lab Session hosted by Jim Crozier. 6pm
  • Tara Angel’s Magic: D&D Experience - Adult (18+) Group. Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition - Candlekeep Mysteries. A one-shot is a D&D event that starts and finishes in the same session, typically lasting 3 - 4 hours. We have pre-generated characters for players to choose from. WHAT TO BRING: Pencils, Dice (can be purchased in store), Mask (encouraged for unvaccinated participants), Enthusiasm! Please sign up in advance to reserve a spot in this campaign. Tickets can be purchased in-store, over the phone, or on the website. For more information, please email [email protected], or call: (850) 878-4555 6pm-9pm
  • Goodwood: Wonderful Wednesday featuring Talllumba. 6pm/$5
  • Level 8 Rooftop Lounge: Trivia. 6pm
  • The Great Games Library: Open Game Night. 6pm/free
  • American Legion Hall: Sue Boyd Country Western and More Dance Class. Session 2 - Beginner 6:30 to 7:45 pm What: East Coast Swing and Waltz. Cost: $8.00 per person. Wear comfortable shoes you can turn in. 7:45 to 8:15 - Practice dance with paid admission. 8:15 to 9:30: Intermediate - 2 Step and WCS. $8.00 per person or $13.00 for both classes. Vaccines are required. Face masks are optional. Changing partners is optional. 6:30pm
  • Perry Lynn’s Smokehouse in Quincy: Wed Night Open Mic w/ Steven Ritter and Friends. 6:30pm
  • Hangar 38: Trivia. 6:45pm
  • Oyster City Brewing Tallahassee: Trivia. Teams up to 6 players for three rounds with 10 questions and a tie breaker each round. Winners are by round so don’t worry if you need to come late or can’t stay the whole time! Prizes include a round of beer, a 6 pack and a gift card! 7pm
  • Proof: Trivia. 7pm
  • Vino Beano: Wine Bingo. 7pm
  • Fermentation Lounge: Trivia. 7pm
  • The Bark: Oceans in the Sky, Dizzy Bats, and Medians. 7pm
  • House of Music: Open Mic at House of Music. Join us Wednesday nights for open mic in the bar with host Mike Ingram of The Brown Goose. Come early for Happy Hour and dinner! 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Warehouse Wednesdays Open Mic Night. The open mic night that has run continuously for almost 20 years, once housed at the Warehouse, lives on at the Blue Tavern. Doc Russell continues as the host with the most. Sign up starts at 8pm/free to attend
  • Fire Betty’s: Karaoke! 8pm/21+/free
  • The Bark: Karaoke with DJ Nathan. Best karaoke DJ in town. 9pm
  • 926: Dragged Out Wednesday. 10pm
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2023.02.02 00:00 rjkj101 (Offer) My List (Request) Your List

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2023.02.01 21:56 TheYoungAmbitious 1.5 years out, decisions decisions

I have 1.5 years to go before my military contract is up where I will most likely be moving to Baton Rouge, LA area.
Background: - 31 years old - Wife and two children under 1 - 4 years in movie/concert touring production (technical role, not sales) - 6.5 years in military special operations - TS/SCI that could potentially benefit me - Had a few micro startups I ran successfully - 8 classes left on my BA for Strategic Studies and Defense Analysis
No direct sales experience on paper, but I am naturally a likable and charismatic person.
I have a type A personality with a pretty voracious appetite for challenge and curiosity for obtaining new knowledge.
I have read all of the pinned post that pertained to me and read some wonderful answers from them.
My question for you guys, with my background, do you feel I fit a certain industry? If you were in my shoes, where do you feel you would get the most leverage for your time spent?
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2023.02.01 21:06 Dusty_Dionne I was invited, 2 years back, to speak at a POC-LGBTQ lead event for Black History Month. It was a great honor to be trusted enough, as a white male, to be one of the key speakers at an event that I can only understand as an ally. I have put the transcript of my speech below. Blessings to you all.

I was invited, 2 years back, to speak at a POC-LGBTQ lead event for Black History Month. It was a great honor to be trusted enough, as a white male, to be one of the key speakers at an event that I can only understand as an ally.
Halfway through I was told that one of the mothers in attendance got her children and told them to "Come listen to this white man". If I can live a life that helps people trust and listen to me, even when I wear the markings of those that they have been marginalized by, then I have lived a life worth living.
I have put the transcript of my speech below. Blessings to you all, and this country would not exist without Black Americans.
#streetlights #builtthewhitehouse #gasmask #electricmicrophone
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"I am honored to be invited to this space, and to come speak at this beautiful event, during Black History Month. I grew up in a small college town in Ohio. A town called Kent. I am from the Union. Born and bred. From a state, at least when I was growing up, that derived it's identity from it's stance during the Civil War. And that Identity was always a sense of pride for me.
I grew up playing in the park across the street from my house. The park used to have a tannery there, long ago during the civil war. It was owned by a man named John Brown. John Brown was a famous abolitionist, who fought to free the slaves , and lead a slave uprising to revolt against Harper's Ferry in Virginia. John Brown was no pacifist. He was a man of action and combat, who fought for the betterment of others.
I grew up playing in hidey-holes in the old houses in my neighborhood, where slaves once hid on their way to Canada. I was raised to be proud of being inclusive, and that my home was a place of enlightenment when it came to race relations.
We have had a hard year, and it has brought out the worst and the best in us as a people. People have rallied together like never before, and from that rallying has come a divide deeper than anything I have seen in my lifetime. I find myself on the side of the divide that wants to stand up for the plights of the injustices of humanity, that knows that Black Lives Matter, that kids in cages is wrong, and that at least 71 million of my fellow brothers and sisters are sick and being abused by someone with an extreme understanding of how to manipulate people on a massive scale.
But we have been radicalizing for a long time. Those 71 million Americans didnt get that way overnight. It took a concerted effort and a lot of looking the other direction. We left our parents, our siblings, and our children alone in front of their computers, inside of chat rooms and forums designed to radicalize them, and we failed to check on their well being. These people became our police and our politicians, our military and our teachers. And then before we knew what was happening, they had been so normalized that when a leader came into focus that held their same ideal, they never thought twice about acting on their radicalized thoughts.
This has never been more true than in the world of the police departments across America. One by one our black brothers and sisters are shot in the streets, in their beds, in their yards, in their parks, in their schools, and anywhere else that a person might interact with a police officer. And the police were let go with paid leave so often it was basically a racial murder-cation where they got a few days to relax after the hardship of killing an innocent person. A culture of "My possible harm is worth your entire life" had flourished.
But then a man was killed. A man with a rap sheet, who may have done a petty crime on purpose, but who most likely accidentally passed a fake $20 on accident. This man was attacked, and held down to die, with a boot on his neck, while he begged for his mother, for 8 minutes and 46 seconds, until he died. We will never know if George Floyd was guilty of his crime, because police are not the judge, jury, and executioner of the law. They are the referee that decides if a rule was broken, who then brings you before a judge and jury for your fate. George Floyd was murdered a free man, without conviction.
And then the world came alive. It didnt matter that he might have had a past, the people were sick of seeing another of their Black Brothers or Sisters die. The world watched those 8 minutes and 46 seconds for an eternity, and it changed them.
In the Union North where I was born, we are taught of the turning point in the war that forced the union to march south and end slavery once and for all. That thing was Uncle Toms Cabin. The people in the North could not conceptualize how bad it was for slaves, because most people had never seen it, but with the printing press, and the production of Uncle Toms Cabin we were given a glimpse into an admittedly toned down version of the atrocities of slave ownership.
Uncle Toms Cabin was a moment. A moment that couldnt be forgotten or looked away from.
George Floyd was that moment. The world watched those 8 minutes and 46 seconds, and could no longer look away.
The world knew it had to take to the streets, no matter the consequences. Civil Rights were on dead ground. They had to fight to keep existing. It was Selma. It was Birmingham. It was Los Angeles 1992. There was no where to be pushed back further without giving up completely, and forward was a summer of riots. "You are lucky we only want to be treated fairly, and not revenge." was one plea of anger that I heard. Tulsa. Black Wall Street. Westward Expansion. The New Deal. The GI Bill. Things that gave white people wealth for generations, that were denied, DENIED......to Black America.
And that lends itself to my favorite speech of Dr. Kings. Where a lot of people like his talks of unity. I have always appreciated his realism, and understanding of what was happening with the boots on the ground. I am going to read it unabridged, as it was spoken in The Other America
"Certain conditions continue to exist in our society, which must be condemned as vigorously as we condemn riots. But in the final analysis, a riot is the language of the unheard.
And what is it that America has failed to hear? It has failed to hear that the plight of the Negro poor has worsened over the last few years. It has failed to hear that the promises of freedom and justice have not been met.
And it has failed to hear that large segments of white society are more concerned about tranquility and the status quo than about justice, equality and humanity. And so in a real sense our nation’s summers of riots are caused by our nation’s winters of delay.
And as long as America postpones justice, we stand in the position of having these recurrences of violence and riots over and over again. Social justice and progress are the absolute guarantors of riot prevention"
Dr King spoke these words in 1967, and it is no different, except maybe in it's eloquence, than the words being spoken on the court house steps of Portland, or the streets of Kenosha, or Atlanta and LA, today.
But there are always diamonds in the rubble. It is 100% the plight of the Black American Poor that precipitated our summer of riots, and that is because there are far more people who are sickened by the racism they see. They WANT to rid their predominately white spaces of safety to be casually racist. They want to evolve into a society where they can feel like they have done something to help. They want to change. And that change looks like hundreds of thousands of people in the streets since April 2020, demanding justice before they will deliver peace back to the streets.
We can hash out what the reality of our forefathers and the formation of America are, but I can only go off of what they taught me in school. America is a land of dreams, where anyone can become president. Where everyone is a millionaire in the making if you work hard enough. That the American dream is a possibility for all of us, even if we arent born here.
I was taught that we arent a smelting pot where the cream rises to the top, and the rest is trash. No. I was taught that we are a melting pot, a stew of nations where we all come from all over the world, cook down, and slowly become brown.
If they wanted me to be a bigotous, white, land owner, who leaned in hard on fascism and theocracy, they never should have taught me the complete opposite. And I am not alone, and you are not alone. There is a lot to do. Some of it is in your face, like police brutality, but some of it is insidious that makes the BIPOC seeing it feel bad while White America can pretend systemic racism isnt a thing, like flesh colored band-aids. Whose flesh? Not theirs.
But we will get there. It gets stronger every day. White people, work to call out racism. When people tell a racist joke, make them explain why it is funny until they get uncomfortable. Be willing to be uncomfortable to make change. There are people much more uncomfortable about the aggression towards them than you are about stepping in and calling it out when you see it.
Those who would harm others in the name of supremacy are mad. They are seeing the end of their time on earth, and they are getting meaner and nastier as they scramble to not die off. Their world view has no shot of survival, unless we stay quiet, because filth and slime grows in the dark places. It is our job to shine light on it until it dries up and it's detritus is blown away by the winds of time.
And to my BI-POC brothers and sisters: Know that more and more of us hear what is going on, and we are not going to stop until there is equality for each person.
White people, BI-POC America is not beholden to your education on this matter any longer. You are beholden not only to seek this education on your own, and White people, you are beholden to bear the discomfort of making good on your side of things. We get to look at some hard truths about fairness, and how the board is tilted in our favor.
We have a culture in White society where we needle each other. We pick and we prod to remind each other that we are all on the same level. And then we treat those who arent white the same and we say "But why are you mad? I pick on Jerry like this all the time?!" Well, Jerry isnt being oppressed because of his skin color. We think: I can treat my Black friends any old way, just like my white friends, and it should mean I'm not racist. Well, it might mean you arent prejudice, but racism is systemic, and your participation in it might be invisible to you.
I have a wonderful friend. A Black Navy Vet whom I adore. He opened up to me one day and laid out some hard truths about how Black America felt. It made me super uncomfortable because it was a hard truth, and so I did what I would do in a situation with a white friend: I made a joke.
My good friend went dead silent.
"There is nothing a Black person hates more than when they finally open up to a white person, and lay down the real shit, the real truth, and the white person makes a joke about it." he said to me. And he was correct. I wasnt playing fair. If he was white, then it would be fair, we have had the same board to play on, but he hasnt, and so all it was was a white guy, whom he had trusted, laughing at him and his plight.
His hurt , hurt me. And that hurt made me want to be better, even though I thought I already had this racism thing sewn up.
You have to be better moving forward, and that looks a lot like saying sorry and then telling the bullies to sit down. It looks a lot like not giving space to people who hide their hate behind doors marked "Those are just my beliefs", "That's my right to free speech" or "It's just politics". Your only right to free speech is freedom from the government silencing you, and me telling you to be nice, or be quiet isnt infringement on your speech, it is exercising my right to the pursuit of happiness.
I challenge our White brothers and sister to uphold our end of the social contract, and to use their privilege, stand up for American values of Justice for All, and make this world the type of place the stories tell us it is."
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