Mt. Adams Music Festival On Saturday, August 9!
Depending upon where you live there are really so many cool things that you can do. It doesn"t matter if you are lucky enough to live close to the mountains, or the ocean, there are beautiful places to enjoy out of doors in every locale if you do some homework.
If you enjoy music why not head for a bandshell or other outdoor festival wristbands. If you love to dance you could hit the local clubs, or find a band or artist around the town that you haven"t yet heard. Many restaurants also offer entertainment in their bar areas. Change the music that you listen to, get out and experience many different types of music; jazz, blues, long-hair, big band, singer-songerwriter, pop, rock....keep it interesting.
Besides choosing whether your event will be in-person or virtual, you should also identify the length of the event. Will it be just for a few hours, an all-day event or held over several days. What will you cover, and how you"ll present it? Will you host invited speakers? Will it be a Question and Answers event wristbands? Or will the event be a live training seminar or workshop?
KEN STRINGFELLOW: Not really. The album was really sculpted and worked over. There was an intense rehearsal period, an intense recording period, an intense editing period, an intense mixing period. I feel like we labored over it a lot, but because we had a deadline, we didn"t over do it...by any means.
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The Cove: Rated PG-13 for disturbing content. 90 mins. This documentary details the hunting of dolphins in harbor of Taiji, a town on the Japanese coast where dolphin hunting is a primary part of the economy.
And then there"s the Beachland"s annual "Old Home Night" concert at the end of every year that often features erstwhile Cleveland punk pioneers and indie rockers who were a part of the scene in those days.
Excessive coal consumption, harmful gas discharges from chemical plants, and vehicle exhaust are the major causes of air pollution in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and neighboring areas, experts said in a report released on Sunday.
The research was carried out by the National Joint Research Center on Air Pollution Causes and Control, and was based on more than a year of monitoring and analysis of PM2.5 in 28 cities including Beijing, Tianjin and other cities in Hebei, Shanxi, Shandong and Henan provinces.
Chai Fahe, deputy director of the center, who oversaw the report, said excessive coal consumption is the most important cause, followed by gas emissions from heavy industry and vehicle exhaust.
The report said that the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and neighboring areas consume a great deal of coal - quadruple the national average.
Their production of steel, coke and glass accounts for more than 40 percent of the country"s production.
"By analyzing the chemical components of air pollution in different cities, we can find out the sources of pollution and provide them with targeted solutions," Chai said.
"For example, the capital"s major source of air pollution would be vehicle exhaust, and we recommend more use of electric vehicles."
Cities like Taiyuan, Changzhi and Jincheng in Shanxi province and Baoding, Hebei province, had heavier air pollution last autumn and winter because people and enterprises there used more bulk coal than others for heating.
Gong Huiming, director of Energy Foundation China"s transportation program, said air pollution caused by bulk coal use and vehicle emissions has become increasingly serious.
"It is necessary to promote clean energy substitutes for coal," he said.
"As for car exhaust, while ensuring emissions meet standards, the government should encourage the transport of goods by railway rather than highway to reduce air pollution."