Opposites

Cao svima evo jedne EP nakon Duuuuuuuugo vremena (4 dana) lol nzm da li ce sutra izaci video ali ako izadje bice jedan Triler za novi LP posto ce se ovaj ubrzo zavrsiti :DDDD Pozzz :DDDDD

 

 

 

Several Cool opposite Photos

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A certain amount of Great meat Photo

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    A delicious platter of various meats from last night’s BAF meeting at Armadillo Willy’s in San Mateo.

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Nightfall Challenge Wheel

  1. A Demonstration of the Wheel we use for our Weekly Nightfall Challenge Videos.

    The wheel was created at http://wheeldecide.com/

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  3. One of my many gifts, i have a mild case of ESP, well dont we all, i should have stuck with my guns on the 60 but got the 80. Dont fret, after the newz im getting drunk and doing prank calls

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Bacon And Beer Classic – Evening Session

  1. BAKED SANDWICH WRAPPED WITH BACON:

    SALAMI
    MAYO
    MOZZARELLA
    KETCHUP
    HAM

    1001casinos
    HAVARTI
    OLIVES
    CHEDDAR
    BACON

  2. Bacon And Beer Classic – Evening Session
    Event on 2016-04-16 19:00:00

    at Sports Authority Field At Mile High
    1701 Bryant Street
    Denver, United States

  3. Denver Bacon and Beer Classic
    Event on 2016-04-16 13:00:00
    The Bacon and Beer Classic is one of the fastest growing food and beverage festivals hosted in iconic sports stadiums across the country. This all-inclusive event features 50+ bacon dishes from local restaurants, 100+ craft beers from local and regional breweries, games, music and more. The Classic has drawn sold-out crowds in over eight cities, including New York, Chicago, Seattle and the Bay Area. It was ranked one of the top three 2016 beer festivals in TimeOut, and has also been featured in Forbes, Edible Magazine, Thrillist and more.

    at Sports Authority Field At Mile High
    1701 Bryant Street
    Denver, United States

  4. The Bacon Brothers
    Event on 2016-08-01 19:30:00

    at Ocean City Music Pier
    Moorlyn Terrace & The Boardwalk
    Ocean City, United States

  5. The Bacon Brothers
    Event on 2016-07-22 19:30:00

    at The Birchmere
    3701 Mount Vernon Avenue
    Alexandria, United States

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Ministry

  1. Ministry

    Jeux De Casinos
    Event on 2016-07-16 12:00:00
    with Mushroomhead
    No one wrestles victory out of the clenched jaws of defeat quite like Ministry leader Al Jourgensen. Heading into the studio to produce Ministry's 13th official studio album, From Beer to Eternity, he and all the members of his team were beside themselves grieving the sudden and unexpected death of their longtime guitarist Mike Scaccia on December 22nd, 2013. Last December, Scaccia worked with Jourgensen, guitarist Sin Quirin, drummer Aaron Rossi and bassist Tony Campos on a full batch of new Ministry songs. They finished the rough tracks on December 19th, 2012. Three days later Scaccia died from a heart attack he suffered onstage while playing a live show in Dallas, TX with his other band Rigor Mortis to celebrate their vocalist Bruce Corbitt's 50th birthday. Scaccia was 47.Scaccia's death put a tragic end to all planned future projects: a second Buck Satan & The 666 Shooters album, a Chicago blues record and more thrash-based music. But the tracks Scaccia recorded before leaving Jourgensen's 13th Planet Studio in El Paso, Texas were so good, so musically multifaceted and incisive, that From Beer to Eternity is destined to be the culminating audio release in the band's 30-plus year archive of industrial metal output. "There was no choice," Jourgensen says of the bittersweet production process. "During the sessions Mikey was smiling and going, 'You know what, Al. This is by far and away the best Ministry album we've ever done together! This is awesome.'"From the schizophrenic opening cut, the sarcasm-dripping, sound effect-laden "Hail to his Majesty" to the thrash-punk riffs and booming bass reverberations of "Punch in the Face," From Beer to Eternity pulls no punches, sounding at once familiar, yet completely fresh and inspired."When Mikey, Sin and I sat down and went, 'Well, what are we gonna do?' we decided, 'Let's do what we're good at doing instead of trying to blaze new trails or play weirdo, psychedelic vacuum cleaner noises,'" Jourgensen says. " This album is not like a greatest hits album. It's a greatest bits album. We took the best bits in Ministry's career and distilled them into one release. It's like a filet mignon with all the fat trimmed away. There are even influences in there from Revolting Cocks and Lard. It pretty much wraps up my career with a bow and ties up all the loose ends and it's rock solid the definitive guide to the Ministry cosmos."As much as Scaccia's death was a major blow to Jourgensen on many levels, it was also an incentive. Knowing that From Beer to Eternity would be the last Ministry album to feature Scaccia's eclectic guitar playing, which ranges from Middle-Eastern sounding and psychedelic on "Change of Luck" to unhinged hillbilly thrash on "Fairly Unbalanced," Jourgensen was determined to record an album as diverse and breathtaking as the riffs Scaccia brought to the table, as difficult as that was both musically and emotionally."Stopping any album in the middle of recording to go to a funeral can't possibly be a good sign," Jourgensen admits . "For the next three months I had to go back and mix it and listen to his riffs every day, and think about him every day. It was pretty tough to do — a lot harder than I thought it was gonna be. I thought I could put him out of my mind and just mix. But of course, when something as awful as that happens, it gets to you. I just had to power through it knowing I was doing Mikey proud and it was for the best."Jourgensen wrote "Change of Luck" directly about Scaccia's death, but the song is hardly morose, and features a soaring melodic chorus that almost sounds like '80s pop: "You're luck is gonna change/It's gonna go from bad to strange/ 'Cause Life is so deranged/ we're only in a field of pain." Another track, "Side EFX Include Mikey's Middle Finger/TV4" is a direct tribute to Scaccia's guitar abilities and features some of his most blazing solo work within an equally powerful framework of machine-gun beats, gang vocal chants and samples from television commercials describing the debilitating side effects that can accompany prescription medications. "If you're sick or depressed or whatever, you're trying to get better, but these medications can kill you," Jourgensen says. "The drug companies are making money hand over fist and just because they tell you on TV that their shit can be really dangerous, they're basically off the hook. That's just wrong and it's ultimately all about greed."Like much of Ministry's catalog, From Beer To Eternity, takes on greed, hypocrisy, capitalism, and conservatism through barbed lyrics and immaculately placed samples that earned Jourgensen the title godfather of industrial metal. While many of the songs are biting and thoroughly provoking, others are sneering and sardonic. "Fairly Unbalanced" starts with the sample "That's here on the FOX news channel, the network America trusts for fair and balanced news," echoing over a raging s staccato rhythm. A second later, FOX political analyst Dick Morris is quoted: "There is no chance that Obama will get re-elected. Zilch. Zip. None. Nada.""The FOX News samples continue on the next song 'The Horror,' in which we hammer in this Republican message of absolute hate, ignorance and stupidity," Jourgensen reveals. The song touches on the radical right-wing idea that rape victims who become pregnant are meant by God to bear the children growing in their wombs. "That's the ultimate example of insensitivity and cluelessness," Jourgensen says. "But it's really cool because from a musical point of view, we managed to turn the almost total Motorhead metal riff of 'Fairly Unbalanced' into a complete rave dancehall club vibe, which I think is pretty cool. I can't see Motorhead or Danzig doing something like that. They're really good at what they do, but we took a few things that we're good at and combined them in different and interesting ways to see if they work and they talk to each other."The first video for From Beer to Eternity is for "PermaWar" a mid-paced, metallic tune that combines guitars crunchier than fresh tortilla chips, raw, raging vocals, live drums, a catchy doom guitar hook and a quasi-melodic chorus with samples of President Obama talking about terrorism and nuclear weapons. "That song was inspired by reading Rachael Maddow book Drift," Jourgensen says. "It's about the permanent war machine that keeps making money, the military/industrial complex that Eisenhower warned against as he departed the White House. The US government just keeps sending young kids with families out there to be bullet stoppers so we can keep selling arms and keep this perpetual war machine going. The last time we did a song that chunky and slow was when we did 'Crumbs' and 'Lava' on Filth Pig. But then I also used a bunch of catchy background vocals, which I haven't done since Twitch."One of Jourgensen's favorite songs on the record, "Hail to His Majesty(Peasants)," might at first seem like an irreverent "fuck you" to his fans — a declaration that, as a rock star, he's above criticism. But as with most things Ministry, all is not what it seems. The song starts with a sample of someone declaring, "Holy Cow" and continues with dissonant, grinding, hissing and scraping noises before Jourgensen says, "I hate all you motherfuckers" and a sample replies "Hail to His Majesty." The song, like many on From Beer to Eternity starts and stops, in this case, incorporating short-circuiting drum machines and morse code samples with warbly moog keyboards and a distorted metal riff."That song is actually the ultimate in self-deprecation and sarcasm," Jourgensen says. "It's like, 'Yeah, all right. I'm such a fucking rock star! Well fucking suck my dick because I'm Al fuckin' Jourgensen!' But by the same token, the very start of the song says, "Holy cow," which to me means a sacrificial cow, like people worshipping something they shouldn't be worshipping. It's much like in the Bible where they're worshipping the golden Ox and Moses comes down and he's pissed. That's what I've felt like over the last 30 years sometimes. People worshipping somebody for doing something they do naturally anyways. What the fuck's that about? So I poke fun at that. There's a lot of sarcasm on this album." After bludgeoning listeners with 31 flavors of noise, Ministry reach into the RevCo disco-inflected vault for "Another Lesson Unlearned," which features soulful female background vocalist Patty Fox, sleazy Nile Rodgers-inspired funk guitars and whoosing headfuck production effects. From Beer to Eternity closes with the longest song on the album, the eight-minute-twenty-one second song "Thanx But No Thanx," which starts with stoner space dub rhythm over which Jourgensen's favorite veteran and pal Sgt Major reads William S. Burroughs' "Thanksgiving Prayer." Halfway through, the song morphs into a mosh-inciting number reminiscent of something by crossover legends S.O.D. before ending with the THC-saturated dub vibe and reverberations containing the lyrics "Thanks for the drugs.""Sgt Major was originally featured on 'GangGreen' from Rio Grande Blood," Jourgensen says. "He's this old, grizzled military man who used to be a hardcore right-wing marine sergeant, and now in his final days he's become an ultra-lefty, liberal guy who hates government, hates republicans. And he used to be the embodiment of that kind of attitude. He had just undergone lung cancer surgery a few days before he showed up at the studio with his oxygen tank, a pack of Marlboros and a case of beer. He's a tough, old bastard and an incredible person. He did that recitation of Burroughs literally with an oxygen tank and tubes up his nose, smoking and drinking. Now that's what I call hardcore."From Beer to Eternity will follow the release of Jourgensen's long-awaited biography "Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen," which he wrote with veteran journalist Jon Wiederhorn (co-author of "Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History of Metal") after Ministry finished touring for Relapse. The book was assembled from over 30 hours of conversations and includes between-chapter interviews with people who have been instrumental to Al's life: his stepfather Ed Jourgensen, Revolting Cocks co-founder Luc Van Acker, KMFDM frontman Sascha Konietzko, Dead Kennedys and Lard vocalist Jello Biafra, RevCo vocalist Phildo Owen, Butthole Surfers mastermind Gibby Haynes, and European Tour Manager Holger Brandes. "Ministry: the Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen" also features the last in-depth interview with Scaccia.Also keep an eye out for Ministry's final live DVD "Live at Wacken," coming soon. And keep an eye out for regular updates on the band's official Web site www.facebook.com/ministry

    at Skyway Theatre
    711 Hennepin
    Minneapolis, United States

  2. Ropes Course and Zip Line
    Event on 2016-04-09 10:00:00
    MOSIs Sky Trail Ropes Course is different from other courses in the area because unlike other courses, MOSI does not require a minimum number of people to participate to experience the course. Other Tampa Bay area locations only open their courses for large groups, but MOSI can accommodate one guest all the way up to an entire group of people. The Sky Trail Ropes Course also only requires one clip in, so throughout the structure there is no detaching required. About the Ropes Course: Conquer your fears and experience an adrenaline rush like no other on MOSIs new Sky Trail Ropes Course, featuring 35 elements on a 12 36 ft. high, multilevel structure. The course is designed with challenging high-energy feats ideal for all ages. About the Zip Line: Daring riders will take off from the top of the Sky Trail Ropes Course and zip over MOSIs Kids In Charge! building to a tower more than a football field away. They then turn around and do it all over again for the return trip, launching from 65 feet above the ground and traveling more than 700 feet altogether.

    at Museum of Science and Industry
    4801 E Fowler Ave
    Tampa, United States

  3. GETTING DOUG WITH HIGH LIVE SPECIAL 4/20 SHOW
    Event on 2016-04-20 20:00:00

    Join Doug Benson (Super High Me, Marijuana-Logues, @Midnight) and his comedian friends for a special live taping of his hit show Getting Doug With High. Live at 8:00 pm from the famous Alex Theatre in Glendale, California, its the biggest show yet. Celebrate 4/20 the right way, with Doug and surprise guests sure to put on an exciting and unforgettable show. PERFORMANCE ADVISORY Age Suitability: 18 and older DISCOUNTED PRICING SENIOR (Age 65+) .50 + Fees Limited quantity available Available via Box Office Window/Americana At Brand Concierge Desk/Glendale Community College Auditorium Box Office/Phone/Internet. A limited number of tickets is available at each of the following discounts till the limited quantities are gone or through 2/15/16: AAB LOYALTY PROGRAM MEMBER .50 + Fees Available at The Americana At Brand Concierge Desk Outlet only; not available online. AAB Concierge must verify current Americana At Brand Loyalty membership status at time of purchase. GLENDALE ARTS MEMBER [GAM] .00 or .50 + Fees Available via Box Office Window/Americana At Brand Concierge Desk/Glendale Community College Auditorium Box Office/Phone/Internet. Walk-Up/Phone: Show GAM membership card or give e-mail associated with GA Member account or membership PIN. Online: Sign in using e-mail associated with GA Member account. [If you do not already have an account, you will need to create one prior to proceeding with the purchase process in order to be able to access the member pricing.] RESIDENT (GLENDALE) .50 + Fees Available via Box Office Window/Americana At Brand Concierge Desk/Glendale Community College Auditorium Box Office only; not available online. Must show current Drivers License or other ID showing one of following Zip Codes at time of purchase: 91201-91208, 91210, 91020, 91214. A limited number of tickets is available at the following discount till the limited quantity is gone or through 4/1/16: COLLEGE STUDENT .50 + Fees Available via Box Office Window/Americana At Brand Concierge Desk/Glendale Community College Auditorium Box Office/Phone/Internet. ADA ACCESSIBLE SEATING INFORMATION All seating areas in the Alex Theatre other than the ADA Accessible seating area [Orchestra Row X] require a minimum of 8 stairs to access, and there is NO ELEVATOR. If you require ADA accessible seating, tell Ticket Agent at beginning of transaction. Online: select seat(s) from the ADA Accessible section. All ADA Accessible seating is Reserved Seating with specific Row and Seat Number designations.

    at Alex Theatre
    216 N.Brand Blvd.
    Glendale, United States

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Ministry

  1. Ministry

    Jeux De Casinos
    Event on 2016-07-16 12:00:00
    with Mushroomhead
    No one wrestles victory out of the clenched jaws of defeat quite like Ministry leader Al Jourgensen. Heading into the studio to produce Ministry's 13th official studio album, From Beer to Eternity, he and all the members of his team were beside themselves grieving the sudden and unexpected death of their longtime guitarist Mike Scaccia on December 22nd, 2013. Last December, Scaccia worked with Jourgensen, guitarist Sin Quirin, drummer Aaron Rossi and bassist Tony Campos on a full batch of new Ministry songs. They finished the rough tracks on December 19th, 2012. Three days later Scaccia died from a heart attack he suffered onstage while playing a live show in Dallas, TX with his other band Rigor Mortis to celebrate their vocalist Bruce Corbitt's 50th birthday. Scaccia was 47.Scaccia's death put a tragic end to all planned future projects: a second Buck Satan & The 666 Shooters album, a Chicago blues record and more thrash-based music. But the tracks Scaccia recorded before leaving Jourgensen's 13th Planet Studio in El Paso, Texas were so good, so musically multifaceted and incisive, that From Beer to Eternity is destined to be the culminating audio release in the band's 30-plus year archive of industrial metal output. "There was no choice," Jourgensen says of the bittersweet production process. "During the sessions Mikey was smiling and going, 'You know what, Al. This is by far and away the best Ministry album we've ever done together! This is awesome.'"From the schizophrenic opening cut, the sarcasm-dripping, sound effect-laden "Hail to his Majesty" to the thrash-punk riffs and booming bass reverberations of "Punch in the Face," From Beer to Eternity pulls no punches, sounding at once familiar, yet completely fresh and inspired."When Mikey, Sin and I sat down and went, 'Well, what are we gonna do?' we decided, 'Let's do what we're good at doing instead of trying to blaze new trails or play weirdo, psychedelic vacuum cleaner noises,'" Jourgensen says. " This album is not like a greatest hits album. It's a greatest bits album. We took the best bits in Ministry's career and distilled them into one release. It's like a filet mignon with all the fat trimmed away. There are even influences in there from Revolting Cocks and Lard. It pretty much wraps up my career with a bow and ties up all the loose ends and it's rock solid the definitive guide to the Ministry cosmos."As much as Scaccia's death was a major blow to Jourgensen on many levels, it was also an incentive. Knowing that From Beer to Eternity would be the last Ministry album to feature Scaccia's eclectic guitar playing, which ranges from Middle-Eastern sounding and psychedelic on "Change of Luck" to unhinged hillbilly thrash on "Fairly Unbalanced," Jourgensen was determined to record an album as diverse and breathtaking as the riffs Scaccia brought to the table, as difficult as that was both musically and emotionally."Stopping any album in the middle of recording to go to a funeral can't possibly be a good sign," Jourgensen admits . "For the next three months I had to go back and mix it and listen to his riffs every day, and think about him every day. It was pretty tough to do — a lot harder than I thought it was gonna be. I thought I could put him out of my mind and just mix. But of course, when something as awful as that happens, it gets to you. I just had to power through it knowing I was doing Mikey proud and it was for the best."Jourgensen wrote "Change of Luck" directly about Scaccia's death, but the song is hardly morose, and features a soaring melodic chorus that almost sounds like '80s pop: "You're luck is gonna change/It's gonna go from bad to strange/ 'Cause Life is so deranged/ we're only in a field of pain." Another track, "Side EFX Include Mikey's Middle Finger/TV4" is a direct tribute to Scaccia's guitar abilities and features some of his most blazing solo work within an equally powerful framework of machine-gun beats, gang vocal chants and samples from television commercials describing the debilitating side effects that can accompany prescription medications. "If you're sick or depressed or whatever, you're trying to get better, but these medications can kill you," Jourgensen says. "The drug companies are making money hand over fist and just because they tell you on TV that their shit can be really dangerous, they're basically off the hook. That's just wrong and it's ultimately all about greed."Like much of Ministry's catalog, From Beer To Eternity, takes on greed, hypocrisy, capitalism, and conservatism through barbed lyrics and immaculately placed samples that earned Jourgensen the title godfather of industrial metal. While many of the songs are biting and thoroughly provoking, others are sneering and sardonic. "Fairly Unbalanced" starts with the sample "That's here on the FOX news channel, the network America trusts for fair and balanced news," echoing over a raging s staccato rhythm. A second later, FOX political analyst Dick Morris is quoted: "There is no chance that Obama will get re-elected. Zilch. Zip. None. Nada.""The FOX News samples continue on the next song 'The Horror,' in which we hammer in this Republican message of absolute hate, ignorance and stupidity," Jourgensen reveals. The song touches on the radical right-wing idea that rape victims who become pregnant are meant by God to bear the children growing in their wombs. "That's the ultimate example of insensitivity and cluelessness," Jourgensen says. "But it's really cool because from a musical point of view, we managed to turn the almost total Motorhead metal riff of 'Fairly Unbalanced' into a complete rave dancehall club vibe, which I think is pretty cool. I can't see Motorhead or Danzig doing something like that. They're really good at what they do, but we took a few things that we're good at and combined them in different and interesting ways to see if they work and they talk to each other."The first video for From Beer to Eternity is for "PermaWar" a mid-paced, metallic tune that combines guitars crunchier than fresh tortilla chips, raw, raging vocals, live drums, a catchy doom guitar hook and a quasi-melodic chorus with samples of President Obama talking about terrorism and nuclear weapons. "That song was inspired by reading Rachael Maddow book Drift," Jourgensen says. "It's about the permanent war machine that keeps making money, the military/industrial complex that Eisenhower warned against as he departed the White House. The US government just keeps sending young kids with families out there to be bullet stoppers so we can keep selling arms and keep this perpetual war machine going. The last time we did a song that chunky and slow was when we did 'Crumbs' and 'Lava' on Filth Pig. But then I also used a bunch of catchy background vocals, which I haven't done since Twitch."One of Jourgensen's favorite songs on the record, "Hail to His Majesty(Peasants)," might at first seem like an irreverent "fuck you" to his fans — a declaration that, as a rock star, he's above criticism. But as with most things Ministry, all is not what it seems. The song starts with a sample of someone declaring, "Holy Cow" and continues with dissonant, grinding, hissing and scraping noises before Jourgensen says, "I hate all you motherfuckers" and a sample replies "Hail to His Majesty." The song, like many on From Beer to Eternity starts and stops, in this case, incorporating short-circuiting drum machines and morse code samples with warbly moog keyboards and a distorted metal riff."That song is actually the ultimate in self-deprecation and sarcasm," Jourgensen says. "It's like, 'Yeah, all right. I'm such a fucking rock star! Well fucking suck my dick because I'm Al fuckin' Jourgensen!' But by the same token, the very start of the song says, "Holy cow," which to me means a sacrificial cow, like people worshipping something they shouldn't be worshipping. It's much like in the Bible where they're worshipping the golden Ox and Moses comes down and he's pissed. That's what I've felt like over the last 30 years sometimes. People worshipping somebody for doing something they do naturally anyways. What the fuck's that about? So I poke fun at that. There's a lot of sarcasm on this album." After bludgeoning listeners with 31 flavors of noise, Ministry reach into the RevCo disco-inflected vault for "Another Lesson Unlearned," which features soulful female background vocalist Patty Fox, sleazy Nile Rodgers-inspired funk guitars and whoosing headfuck production effects. From Beer to Eternity closes with the longest song on the album, the eight-minute-twenty-one second song "Thanx But No Thanx," which starts with stoner space dub rhythm over which Jourgensen's favorite veteran and pal Sgt Major reads William S. Burroughs' "Thanksgiving Prayer." Halfway through, the song morphs into a mosh-inciting number reminiscent of something by crossover legends S.O.D. before ending with the THC-saturated dub vibe and reverberations containing the lyrics "Thanks for the drugs.""Sgt Major was originally featured on 'GangGreen' from Rio Grande Blood," Jourgensen says. "He's this old, grizzled military man who used to be a hardcore right-wing marine sergeant, and now in his final days he's become an ultra-lefty, liberal guy who hates government, hates republicans. And he used to be the embodiment of that kind of attitude. He had just undergone lung cancer surgery a few days before he showed up at the studio with his oxygen tank, a pack of Marlboros and a case of beer. He's a tough, old bastard and an incredible person. He did that recitation of Burroughs literally with an oxygen tank and tubes up his nose, smoking and drinking. Now that's what I call hardcore."From Beer to Eternity will follow the release of Jourgensen's long-awaited biography "Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen," which he wrote with veteran journalist Jon Wiederhorn (co-author of "Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History of Metal") after Ministry finished touring for Relapse. The book was assembled from over 30 hours of conversations and includes between-chapter interviews with people who have been instrumental to Al's life: his stepfather Ed Jourgensen, Revolting Cocks co-founder Luc Van Acker, KMFDM frontman Sascha Konietzko, Dead Kennedys and Lard vocalist Jello Biafra, RevCo vocalist Phildo Owen, Butthole Surfers mastermind Gibby Haynes, and European Tour Manager Holger Brandes. "Ministry: the Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen" also features the last in-depth interview with Scaccia.Also keep an eye out for Ministry's final live DVD "Live at Wacken," coming soon. And keep an eye out for regular updates on the band's official Web site www.facebook.com/ministry

    at Skyway Theatre
    711 Hennepin
    Minneapolis, United States

  2. Ropes Course and Zip Line
    Event on 2016-04-09 10:00:00
    MOSIs Sky Trail Ropes Course is different from other courses in the area because unlike other courses, MOSI does not require a minimum number of people to participate to experience the course. Other Tampa Bay area locations only open their courses for large groups, but MOSI can accommodate one guest all the way up to an entire group of people. The Sky Trail Ropes Course also only requires one clip in, so throughout the structure there is no detaching required. About the Ropes Course: Conquer your fears and experience an adrenaline rush like no other on MOSIs new Sky Trail Ropes Course, featuring 35 elements on a 12 36 ft. high, multilevel structure. The course is designed with challenging high-energy feats ideal for all ages. About the Zip Line: Daring riders will take off from the top of the Sky Trail Ropes Course and zip over MOSIs Kids In Charge! building to a tower more than a football field away. They then turn around and do it all over again for the return trip, launching from 65 feet above the ground and traveling more than 700 feet altogether.

    at Museum of Science and Industry
    4801 E Fowler Ave
    Tampa, United States

  3. GETTING DOUG WITH HIGH LIVE SPECIAL 4/20 SHOW
    Event on 2016-04-20 20:00:00

    Join Doug Benson (Super High Me, Marijuana-Logues, @Midnight) and his comedian friends for a special live taping of his hit show Getting Doug With High. Live at 8:00 pm from the famous Alex Theatre in Glendale, California, its the biggest show yet. Celebrate 4/20 the right way, with Doug and surprise guests sure to put on an exciting and unforgettable show. PERFORMANCE ADVISORY Age Suitability: 18 and older DISCOUNTED PRICING SENIOR (Age 65+) .50 + Fees Limited quantity available Available via Box Office Window/Americana At Brand Concierge Desk/Glendale Community College Auditorium Box Office/Phone/Internet. A limited number of tickets is available at each of the following discounts till the limited quantities are gone or through 2/15/16: AAB LOYALTY PROGRAM MEMBER .50 + Fees Available at The Americana At Brand Concierge Desk Outlet only; not available online. AAB Concierge must verify current Americana At Brand Loyalty membership status at time of purchase. GLENDALE ARTS MEMBER [GAM] .00 or .50 + Fees Available via Box Office Window/Americana At Brand Concierge Desk/Glendale Community College Auditorium Box Office/Phone/Internet. Walk-Up/Phone: Show GAM membership card or give e-mail associated with GA Member account or membership PIN. Online: Sign in using e-mail associated with GA Member account. [If you do not already have an account, you will need to create one prior to proceeding with the purchase process in order to be able to access the member pricing.] RESIDENT (GLENDALE) .50 + Fees Available via Box Office Window/Americana At Brand Concierge Desk/Glendale Community College Auditorium Box Office only; not available online. Must show current Drivers License or other ID showing one of following Zip Codes at time of purchase: 91201-91208, 91210, 91020, 91214. A limited number of tickets is available at the following discount till the limited quantity is gone or through 4/1/16: COLLEGE STUDENT .50 + Fees Available via Box Office Window/Americana At Brand Concierge Desk/Glendale Community College Auditorium Box Office/Phone/Internet. ADA ACCESSIBLE SEATING INFORMATION All seating areas in the Alex Theatre other than the ADA Accessible seating area [Orchestra Row X] require a minimum of 8 stairs to access, and there is NO ELEVATOR. If you require ADA accessible seating, tell Ticket Agent at beginning of transaction. Online: select seat(s) from the ADA Accessible section. All ADA Accessible seating is Reserved Seating with specific Row and Seat Number designations.

    at Alex Theatre
    216 N.Brand Blvd.
    Glendale, United States

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The Sword

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  2. The Sword
    Event on 2016-04-12 20:00:00
    with Royal Thunder, Traumahawk
    One of the foundations of the metal revival of the past ten years, Austin TX's The Sword have released two flawless slabs of vintage heaviness on Kemado Records, toured the world with Metallica, and were one of the first bands to lock into a whole new legion of fans through Guitar Hero. This summer, the band casts its gaze to the stars for Warp Riders, their third full-length and their most ambitious effort to date.Warp Riders is The Sword's first concept album, a science fiction maelstrom put to the storming, relentless riffage and pounding rhythms upon which the band has staked its reputation. It's also their most flat-out, supercharged, adrenaline-pumping work yet, a chrome-plated war machine that lords over the blackened sky. From the street-prowling anthems "Night City" and "Lawless Lands" to the two-part showdown of "The Chronomancer," to the furious mechanics of closing track "(The Night the Sky Cried) Tears of Fire," The Sword forces eminent domain ruling over heavy metal for the next decade, and welcome all challengers for an ill-fated shot at the title.The story of Warp Riders, entitled "The Night The Sky Cried Tears Of Fire" (written by Cronise), follows Ereth as he discovers a mysterious

    at London Music Hall
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    London, Canada

  3. Kris Allen
    Event on 2016-04-14 20:00:00
    American Idol's Season 8 winner, up close and personal

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    On his third full-length album, "Horizons," singer/songwriter and American Idol winner Kris Allen sharpens his songcraft and brings a more boldly open-hearted spirit to his soulful brand of pop- ock than ever before. With his past work including a 2009 self-titled debut featuring the platinum-selling single Live Like Were Dying, Allens first independently released album finds him reaching a new level of sophistication in his melody-minded songwriting while fully tapping into his natural grace as a singer and guitarist. After writing much of the material for "Horizons" at home on his front porch in Arkansas, Allen headed to Nashville to team up with Charlie Peacock (the Grammy Award-nominated musician/songwriter/producer whos previously worked with artists like Switchfoot, The Civil Wars, and Brett Dennen). The result weaves graceful R&B grooves, rootsy country/folk-rock riffs, and sublimely catchy pop hooks. We did most of the songs in just a few takes instead of going through and making sure every single thing was completely perfect, which I think gives the album a different kind of energy than the records Ive done in the past, says Allen. That spontaneity comes through in Kris's stage performances, which combine charisma and a kind of direct communication with audiences that's all too rare today. Rounder-label artist Sean McConnell opens.

    at The Ark
    316 Main Street
    Ann Arbor, United States

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I Needed a Professional Accounting Firm

I tried handling my accounting needs myself when I first started my business, and it worked out well enough. I was not doing a lot of business at first, I had no one else on my payroll, and I did have a mountain of expenses and deductions to figure out. That was nearly ten years ago though, and so much has changed in the last two. I landed a very lucrative account, and I hired nearly two dozen people as a result. I knew then that I was going to have to look at accountants in Bristol because I was going to be out of my league as far as accounting needs went.

Not only did I have to worry about payroll now, but I was also going to have a nightmare as far as my books were concerned unless I had a professional handling everything from the start. I also wanted to make sure that my employees were going to be given the right wages, because there would be deductions that would need to be made before their final pay was figured out. I had enough to deal with because of the new account, so I just wanted to handle my accounting needs properly from the start of this expansion.

I was able to find a number of accounting firms that were advertised, but I knew that I wanted one that I would still be doing business with until I decided to retire. I wanted only the best of the best without paying a small fortune to make sure that is what I got. I found just that with the company that I ended up using. They have over two decades of experience in handling accounts much larger than mine, so I knew that they would be well equipped for my needs. I have been using them for nearly two years now, and I have been beyond satisfied with them. I trust them without doubt!

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