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Taste of Shelter Island


Friday, July 29 from 6pm
Perlman Music Program, 73 Shore Road, Shelter Island Heights

Toby and Itzhak Perlman invite you to celebrate

The Perlman Music Program
Annual Summer Benefit

at our waterfront home

73 Shore Road
Shelter Island Heights, NY

Friday, July 29, 2016

6 PM
Reception by the Beach
enjoy local wines, signature cocktails, and savory starters

7 PM
Celebration Concert
hear the future stars of classical music, conducted by Maestros Itzhak Perlman and Patrick Romano

8 PM
Tasting Dinner and Silent Auction
experience culinary highlights from Shelter Island’s finest restaurants

For more info visit https://perlmanmusicprogram.org/series/annual-summer-benefit


Doors Tribute at Mercury


Wenesday, July 20 at 9 pm
The Mercury Lounce, 217 East Houston St, New York

We are honored to have Ty Dennis, the Drummer who has been playing with The Doors for the last decade who has been touring with the late Ray Manzarek & Bobby Krieger join us again.

Matt Katz-Boen, on guitar who plays with Blondie, Leo Kremer, on bass from Third Eye Blind, Chad Dinzes, keys of Madison Square Garden and Bradford Rand on vocals.

So start listening to your old Doors CDs, tapes & albums and get ready to “Break on Through” to the other side!

People Are Strange: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fS4HYtf0Fmg&feature=related
The End: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZT8cnkhAhzQ
Light my Fire / LA Woman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QGGtUPe2L8

Just $10 at the entrance or save time by clicking:


Live at the BBQ


July 25 from 5 to 10 pm
Summerstage, Central Park

This summer, let’s take it back to the days of cookouts, of speakers running off car batteries or hanging precariously out of windows, listening to some dope music with your friends. For our first Live at the BBQ in NYC, Mass Appeal  and WeWork are bringing the feel-good vibes to Central Park’s SummerStage.

Our very own Nas will be hosting alongside Hot97’s Peter Rosenberg and Laura Stylez, with performances from Ty Dolla $ign, Danny Brown, Mannie Fresh, Fashawn, Black Thought, MGK (fresh off starring in The Land), and many more listed below. Meanwhile, Sweet Chick will be serving up the finest of fried chicken and southern BBQ fare. MassAppeal  is celebrating 20 years of being on the cutting edge of urban culture, so expect more dope surprises to come.

Live at the BBQ co-presented by WeWork, in conjunction with original motion picture The Land, and also sponsored by Monster Energy, Tidal, Dutch Masters, Summer Stage, and Sweet Chick.

Tickets at https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1223985


Aperture Spring Party and Dinner


Friday, April 15
6 to 8:30 pm: Host Committee Dinner
9 pm to midnight: Spring Party
Aperture Gallery and Bookstore, 547 West 27th Street, 4th Floor, New York

Food, drink, and festivities inspired by

The Photographer’s Cookbook

to benefit Aperture Foundation

Support Aperture and celebrate the publication of The Photographer’s Cookbook copublished by Aperture and George Eastman Museum—a book of recipes and photographs by the world’s leading photographers, gathered in the 1970’s.

Host Committee Dinner at Aperture Gallery features special guests STEPHEN SHORE and DOUG DUBOIS.

Spring Party at Aperture Gallery features DJ sets by STEFAN RUIZ and AL-VEEZ, Live performance by EXP, the reverse-engineered K-pop phenomenon by I’m Making a Boy Band (Bora Kim, Karin Kuroda and Samantha Y. Shao)

For more information visit http://aperture.org/2016-aperture-spring-party-dinner/


NYFOS Spring Gala


Tuesday, April 5 at  7 pm
Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall

with dinner and additional performances to follow at ’21’ Club

A delicious starry cast performs songs and scenes from the G&S canon, operettas that combine the wit of Oscar Wilde with the delicacy of Mendelssohn. Emmy and Tony Award winner David Hyde Pierce, Lauren Worsham and Bryce Pinkham (each nominated for a Tony Award for their performances in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder), and the devilishly funny and sublime English tenor Hal Cazalet bring their singular wit and charm to The Mikado and The Pirates of Penzance, among other favorite G&S shows.

For more information visit http://www.nyfos.org/gala.html


Southampton SeptemberFest


Friday, September 25 from 6:30 pm
Saturday, September 26 from 10 am
Sunday, September 27 from 9 am
Various locations in Southampton Village


Kickoff Party at Agawam Park, Southampton Village

COUNTY LINE BAND 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm


$30 per person in advance ($40 at the door)

Complimentary Beer & Wine 6:30 to 8:00 pm

Cash Bar 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Food available by your local food trucks



Nordic Jazz 2015

Nordic Jazz 2015 presents Scandinavia’s top performers in Washington D.C. June 20th – 27th

The Nordic Embassies, Twins Jazz Club, the Phillips Collection and Dupont Circle Festival/Jazz in the Circle are excited to present the ninth annual Nordic Jazz Festival in Washington, D.C., June 20th – 27th, 2015. Internationally acclaimed performers from Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Sweden will present the modern sound of Nordic Jazz over the course of 10 concerts.

The festival presents a rare opportunity to experience five very different world-class Nordic jazz solo artists, trios and quartets. The concerts will be held at the Finnish Embassy, House of Sweden, Twins Jazz Club, the Phillips Collection and outdoor concerts at the Dupont Circle.

The artists
Nordic jazz artists present a unique sound that emphasizes the natural elements of the Nordic countries with a modern interpretation. The contemporary Nordic Jazz scene is characterized by improvisation; the music tends to be experimental but melodically strong with a spacious sound and open song structures. The participants in Nordic Jazz 2015 are some of the Nordic countries’ most creative and interesting artists with strong educational backgrounds, international careers and several jazz prizes.

Stay tuned for more info and connect by using #NordicJazz on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Sin City About To Go Dark

Sin City is about to go dark. In another bold move from the world's most iconic vodka, ABSOLUT(R) is encouraging consumers and bar/nightclub owners to save energy through a series of “Lights Out” parties, kicking off in Las Vegas this weekend in celebration of its ABSOLUT Global Cooling(TM) campaign. Borne from the brand's “In An ABSOLUT World” advertising campaign, ABSOLUT Global Cooling(TM) encourages consumers to reduce the effects of global warming by offering simple steps they can implement in their daily lives.

Lights Out Las Vegas

On June 21, the eve of summer solstice, ABSOLUT Vodka and Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino will turn off the lights at approximately 9:30 pm for 60 seconds during the Outernational Music Festival featuring Gnarls Barkley, Thievery Corporation and special guest Bebel Gilberto. Thievery Corporation will enact the first “Lights Out” moment on stage, as both towers and all marquees at Mandalay Bay, including all concert lights, shut down for one minute. Kicking off a series of “Lights Out” bar promotions across the country, Lights Out Las Vegas is a symbolic gesture to call attention to the vision that “In An ABSOLUT World” — if every consumer committed to turning off their lights, the effects of global warming could be reduced and the planet would literally be a cooler place.

“There is no better place than Las Vegas to see what could happen when the lights go out, and the Outernational Music Festival is the perfect forum for this symbolic gesture as we bring together two great musical acts, one of the biggest and best properties in Sin City and thousands of the coolest partygoers on the planet,” said Ian Crystal, Brand Director, ABSOLUT Spirits Company, Inc. “With many 'Lights Out' events to follow, ABSOLUT Vodka is taking the lead in the spirits industry to communicate environmental responsibility to consumers, which will hopefully inspire them to make simple changes in their daily lives.”

To help Las Vegas cool down, ABSOLUT is hosting a series of eco-friendly activities over the weekend:

— ABSOLUT Global Cooling(TM) -branded Prius hybrid cars will offer safe, eco-friendly and complimentary rides to Mandalay Bay guests on June 21 following the concert.

— “Make a Statement” photo stations will be set up at the concert for guests to pledge their commitment to the environment and get a Global Cooling photo to commemorate this special night in Las Vegas.

— Live Earth, a partner in the Global Cooling initiative, will screen a series of short films during the concert's music breaks.

Lights Out On-Premise Promotions

Following Lights Out Las Vegas, ABSOLUT will continue its series of “Lights Out” parties in bars and nightclubs across the country from July through September. At these events, ABSOLUT will invite consumers to take an active role in their commitment to the environment by seeing first hand how alternative sources of energy can turn the lights out on global warming.

By visiting the Global Cooling stations during the bar promotions, consumers can compete to produce energy through human-powered generators and bicycles. At the end of the evening, ABSOLUT will turn the lights off at each participating venue for five minutes, which will reveal to bar patrons if they have generated enough “heat” to keep the party going. If enough energy is created, a six-foot replica of an ABSOLUT bottle will be fully lit — demonstrating their “cool” contribution to the lights out initiative.

Every Sip Makes a Statement

Part of the ABSOLUT Global Cooling campaign is the year-long “Every Sip Makes a Statement” promotion. The program encourages consumers at all touch points to get involved in Global Cooling by registering their ABSOLUT bottle or cocktail codes at www.absolut.com/GlobalCooling, where they have the opportunity to activate their eco-donation to one of three eco-charity partners. The charities selected were based on their creative solutions to making the Earth a “cooler place” and include the Environmental Media Association*, The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation(TM)* and The Ocean Foundation(TM)*. Throughout 2008, ABSOLUT will donate up to $500,000 to support these Global Cooling initiatives.

An ABSOLUT Approach to the Climate Crisis

ABSOLUT Vodka is the first company in the spirits industry to introduce carbon offsetting as part of its environmental work, and since 2003, has reduced its carbon dioxide emissions by 60 percent (per liter vodka). Today, ABSOLUT has one of the world's most energy efficient distilleries, decreasing its use of energy by 30 percent through a very high level of energy recovery and reducing its use of fossil fuel.

Every bottle of ABSOLUT VODKA is made of 100 percent concept cultivated wheat, which minimizes nitrogen leaching and reduces use of chemical pesticides. ABSOLUT strives to optimize its use of natural resources, and to choose eco-friendly alternatives as much as possible. As an example, the ABSOLUT bottle is made of 43 percent recycled glass. ABSOLUT is determined to continuously reduce packaging, increase the re-use of transport packaging and improve waste separation at source, and to find a market for waste products.

For more information on ABSOLUT Global Cooling(TM), please visit www.absolut.com/GlobalCooling

About The Absolut Spirits Company, Inc.

An official partner of Live Earth, The Absolut Spirits Company, Inc., a subsidiary of V&S Group, produces and markets ABSOLUT(R) VODKA, Level (TM) Vodka, FRIS(R) Vodka, Plymouth(TM) Gin and Cruzan(R) Rum. The Absolut Spirits Company focuses on reducing the impact on climate change, sustainable agriculture and optimizing use of natural resources as mandated by V&S Group. To view details on the company's efforts to combat global warming, visit www.vsgroup.com and click on “Corporate Responsibility/Environment.”

About Live Earth

Based in Los Angeles, Live Earth is an organization that seeks to leverage the power of music and integrated entertainment to combat climate change. On July 7, 2007, Live Earth held the largest global entertainment event in history, staging simultaneous concerts in New York, London, Sydney, Tokyo, Shanghai, Rio de Janeiro, Johannesburg and Hamburg, as well as special broadcast events in Antarctica, Kyoto and Washington, DC. The day featured more than 150 musical acts — a mix of legendary artists like The Police, Genesis, Bon Jovi and Madonna with the latest headliners like Kanye West, Kelly Clarkson, Black Eyed Peas and Jack Johnson. Through TV, radio and the Internet, the concert reached an estimated two billion people.

Live Earth's 24 hours of music across seven continents delivered a worldwide call to action and the solutions necessary to answer that call. With this maiden event, Live Earth has launched a multi-year campaign to drive individuals, corporations and governments to take action to solve the climate crisis. Live Earth is partnered with former Vice President and recent Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore and his Alliance for Climate Protection. Live Earth was founded by Kevin Wall, CEO of Control Room, the company that produced the concerts globally. For more information, please visit www.LiveEarth.org

*Please contact Sarah Bessette or Zlata Faerman for more information about the ABSOLUT Global Cooling(TM) charity partners and how the donations will be used. For more information on the eco-charities, please see Addendum A (attached).


The ABSOLUT Global Cooling(TM) charities include:

— The Environmental Media Association – Linking the power of celebrity to environmental awareness, EMA believes that through television, film and music, the entertainment community can affect change in a positive way. To reduce the number of plastic bags discarded into the environment, ABSOLUT is partnering with EMA to create stylish, reusable tote bags and inspire the use of tote bags for all shopping. These limited bags, designed by celebrities, will be available free of charge nationwide beginning in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Austin and San Francisco. For more information, visit www.ema-online.org

— The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation(TM) – The FTPF is dedicated to planting edible, fruitful trees and plants to benefit needy populations and improve the surrounding air, soil, and water. In order to help directly offset carbon dioxide emissions, ABSOLUT is partnering with FTPF to plant fruit tree groves called “ABSOLUT Global Cooling Zones” in metropolitan areas with an emphasis towards those locations devastated by natural disasters. For more information, visit www.ftpf.org

— The Ocean Foundation(TM) – The Ocean Foundation's mission is to support, strengthen and promote those organizations dedicated to reversing the trend of destruction of ocean environments around the world. Similar to planting trees on land, planting seagrass beds will help increase the rate at which near-shore coastal shelves sequester carbon from the atmosphere. Proceeds from ABSOLUT will go towards replanting coastal seagrass beds near Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami and Boston. For more information, visit www.oceanfdn.org

80,000 Steinway to Benefit Operation of Hope

World-renowned and groundbreaking concert pianist/composer Carter Larsen is selling his piano collection of twenty-five years to benefit the arts and humanities. Inaugurating the sale is his 1876 Steinway, representing the flagship to an unparalleled collection of the world's finest pianos. The 0,000 Steinway will be on display in the Burgundy Room at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel June 23, 2008 and auctioned through eBay, CraigsList, and OperationofHope.org starting tomorrow. The composer will perform pieces created on this piano from his revolutionary Fantasia Suite at 2:00pm.

Fifteen percent of the proceeds go to Operation of Hope after a birthday wish to change his life, Larsen explains, "I wish to spread the fortune I have received. This is a spiritual decision and my responsibility to humanity." Operation of Hope is an international organization that provides free reconstructive surgeries to individuals in Zimbabwe and Ecuador for the past twenty years. PEOPLE will run an eight-page article on this amazing organization in coming weeks. http://www.operationofhope.org/.

Larsen's one of a kind, customized, 1876 Victorian Steinway commemorates the centennial of America with a stunning New York Vintage Brazilian Rosewood case in high-gloss, representing the quintessential instrument-a hybrid of romance, fantasy and high-tech German Steinway's Renner-action sound board and strings. The piano was exhibited in the 2003 Namm Show, displayed by Chateau at the Pacific Design Center during 2004 in Los Angeles, and played on by Pierce Brosnan and Sir Anthony Hopkins who came to the composer seeking musical advice. Larsen's Steinway celebrates the 300th anniversary of the piano and the 150th anniversary of Steinway.

Steinway's artist Carter Larsen says, "This piano goes beyond its credentials. It has been a magical piano inspiring a continuous flow of creativity." Larsen is renowned as a concert pianist in Europe with over four-hundred concerts to his credit; performances include the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and London Symphony Orchestra as soloist with television appearances on BBC and PBS.

Larsen's pianos also have a legacy of twenty years of composition, writing for the major studios such as Fox, Paramount, PBS, BBC, and Discovery. He has composed music for over thirty prestigious films including Paramount's Star Trek, Nosferatu, Masterpiece Theatre, and the Mark of Zorro. The composer is currently scoring Martin Scorcese's new film, Something to Believe In, directed by Bonnie Palif.

Larsen is also offering a bonus to the buyer-a private performance of his magnum opus Fantasia Suite, created on his Steinway piano. "Carter Larsen's innovative artistry has universal appeal and promises to set the course for the next wave in contemporary music" says Omega Medina, ten year head of the classical Grammies, who will be present on the 23rd.

The composer just returned from a sensational tour introducing his music to China's thirty million pianists. "Fantasia Suite is about projecting and reflecting a brighter world," says Larsen whose sale will benefit nonprofits, organizations both nationally and internationally, as well as the arts and humanities. For more information visit http://www.carterlarsen.com/.

Entertaining Ideas For The Everyday Event-Goer

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Tilly and the Wall
Musical Concert – Non Rock
Now through Thursday, July 24, 2008
8:00 P.M. .50 Tilly and the Wall sprang out of Nowheresville, an
Omaha band of like-minded friends with pockets full of boy/girl
melodies..and a lot of pockets. Tilly and the Wall celebrates the
petulant,determined, feisty nature of youth.

Venue: Variety Playhouse
Tickets: 404-521-1786

Louvre Atlanta – The Louvre and the Ancient World
Museum Collections
Now through Sunday, September 7, 2008
Including more than 70 rare Egyptian, Near Eastern and Greco-Roman
antiquities from the Louvre. Showcasing works dating from the third
millennium BC through the third century AD, the exhibition will
examine the rise of the museum and its collections under Napoleon..

Venue: High Museum of Art
Tickets: 404-733-HIGH

Hollonville Opry House
Musical Concert – Non Rock
Now through Saturday, November 29, 2008
Jamming and Stage Shows. Stage shows begin at 6:30 P.M. thru 10:30
P.M. and there is a good sound system Comfortable auditorium seats
250. Call or visit the website for more information
More information and directions

Venue: Hollonville Opry
Tickets: 770-228-4832

Party with the Possums
Festivals / Parades / Gatherings
Now through Friday, August 29, 2008
Beginning at dusk. Bring a flashlight. This is a ranger guided hike
to learn about nocturnal animals.
More information on this and other events at this state park

Venue: Red Top Mt.
Tickets: 770-975-4226

Country Megaticket: One Ticket for Several Concerts
Rock-and-Roll Concert
Now through Saturday, October 4, 2008
0.00-5.00 a package for shows featuring various country
stars: Tim McGraw, Country Fest, Montgomery Gentry and Toby Keith
and more. Call the amphitheatre for more information on this
specially priced concert series.

Venue: Lakewood Amphitheatre
Tickets: 404-249-6400
2002 Lakewood Way

Forever Plaid
Theater – Musical
Now through Sunday, June 29, 2008
Presented in association with Theatrical Outfit at the Balzer
Theater at Herren's. .00 This is the deliciously funny and very
charming story of "The Plaids", a singing group that was killed on
the way to their first big gig but revived for the concert.
More information, show times and directions

Venue: Theatrical Outfit
Tickets: 678.528.1500
The Balzer Theater at Herren's, the Home of Theatrical Outfit.

Medieval Times "Kids Eat FREE" promotion
Theater – Performance Art
Now through Sunday, July 6, 2008
"kids" attending a performance at the Georgia Castle are FREE when
accompanied by one full-paying adult. This is perfect timing for
guests as this will be one of the last opportunities for guests to
see the old production before the new one begins.
More information on this show and the new production

Venue: Medieval Times
Tickets: 1-888WEJOUST

Beauty and the Beast
Childrens Theater
Now through Saturday, June 28, 2008
Beauty has been forced to live with the beast in this classic
fairy tale. The Prince who has been changed into the Beast in the
first place grows under Beauty's subtle guidance from a raging
creature into a man who can be loved for himself. Free parking.

Venue: Kudzu Playhouse
Tickets: 770-594-1020
Roswell Town Center, 608 Holcomb Bridge Road, Roswell, GA 30076

Full Radius Dance in "Sideshow"
Dance / Ballet
Now through Monday, July 7, 2008
Full Radius Dance presents a physically integrated (dancers with
and without disabilities)modern dance concert featuring the title
work (Sideshow) inspired by the traveling carnivals of "freaks and
human oddities."
More information on the show and directions

Venue: 7 Stages
Tickets: 404.523.7647
1105 Euclid Avenue NE

Mt. Music Series
Musical Concert – Non Rock
Now through Saturday, July 26, 2008
8:00 P.M
More information on this and other state park events

Venue: Red Top Mt. Park
Tickets: 770-975-4226

As You Like It
Now through Monday, August 11, 2008
Featuring Park Krausen as Rosalind and Daniel May as Orlando.
This rollicking comedy of gender-bending about the maladies and
delights of falling in love follows Rosalind, disguised as a boy
who teaches Orlando (object of her affection) how to woo.

Venue: Conant Peforming Arts Center
Tickets: 404-264-0020

Thunder Thursdays
Now through Thursday, August 7, 2008
6:00 P.M.

Venue: Atlanta Motor Speedway
Tickets: 770-946-4211

Virtue Triumphs over Villany
Theater – Drama
Now through Sunday, July 27, 2008
This play is an old fashioned melodrama with an old fashioned girl,
Little Purity Peabody who does not suspect that she has no claim to
the Peabody name. An old fashioned villian, Silas Swindle, who is
pure evil but fate will most likely intervene for a happy ending.

Venue: Kudzu Playhouse
Tickets: 770-594-1020
Roswell Town Center, 608 Holcomb Bridge Road, Roswell, GA 30076

Theater – Musical
Now through Saturday, June 28, 2008
Oklahoma! is a celebration of the American Spirit. It is set when
Oklahoma was still Indian Territory and the fierce rivalry between
local farmers and cowboys provides the colorful background when a
farmer's daughter falls in love with a handsome cowboy named Curly.

Venue: Fabulous Fox Theatre
Tickets: 404-817-8700

The Merchant of Venice
Now through Saturday, August 2, 2008
This courtroom drama puts religion, justice, money and mercy on
trial..but the story is ultimately one of love-and what you are
willing to sacrifice in it's pursuit. Will Shylock succeed in
obtaining his pound of flesh or will mercy and love prevail?

Venue: Conant Peforming Arts Center
Tickets: 404-264-0020

Emmylou Harris
Musical Concert – Non Rock
Friday, June 27, 2008
A steady supporter of roots music and a skilled interpreter of
compelling songs, Emmylou Harris has also been associated with a
diverse and dazzling array of admiring collaborators from Bright
Eyes to Tammy Wynette and from Neil Young to Waylon Jennings.

Venue: Turner Stadium
Tickets: 404-249-6400

Beppe Gambetta
Musical Concert – Non Rock
Friday, June 27, 2008
Italian musician with a great sound. 8:30 P.M. .00

Venue: Red Light Cafe
Tickets: 404-874-7828
553 Amsterdam Ave.

Music Mixer
Musical Concert – Non Rock
Friday, June 27, 2008
8:30 P.M. Miss the music fest? Come and join the fun at the
music mixer.

Venue: Margaret Mitchell House & Museum
Tickets: 404-249-7012
999 Peachtree Street, NE

Young Americans: Photographs by Sheila Pree Bright
Visual Exhibit
Now through Sunday, August 10, 2008
"Young Americans" is a portraiture project exploring the attitudes
and opinions of young Americans (18-25) toward their identity as
Americans. The themes explored in this exhibit will echo those of
the Civil Rights Era.

Venue: High Museum of Art
Tickets: 404-733-HIGH

Habersham Bank Homecoming Celebration
Festivals / Parades / Gatherings
Friday, June 27, 2008
The headliners of this fun event are none other than The Little
River Band. They are best known for his such as "Lonesom Loser"
"Cool Change" "Reminiscing" and "Lady". Located at 282 Historical
441 Hwy N in Cornelia. Fireworks will follow the show. 7:00 P.M.
More information and directions

Venue: Haverbsham Bank

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Musical Concert – Non Rock
Saturday, June 28, 2008
Beethoven's Best with Djan Lazie, 8:00 PM
www.vzwamp.com for ticket information

Venue: VZW Amphitheatre

Edwin McCain Band
Rock-and-Roll Concert
Saturday, June 28, 2008
Edwin McCain hails from Greenville, S.C. He and his band are true
road warriors having earned a reputation as a powerhouse act with
straight forward rock and beautiful ballads. His major hits include
"I'll Be." and "Solitude" (with Darius Rucker of Hootie & Blowfish.

Venue: Classic Chastain
Tickets: 404-733-5000

The Delfonics and the Cobb Symphony Orchestra
Musical Concert – Non Rock
Saturday, June 28, 2008
More information and summer schedule

Venue: Mable House Barnes
Tickets: 770-819-7765

Hotel Rwanda
Saturday, June 28, 2008
8:00 P.M. This is the true life story of Paul Rusesabagina, manager
of a luxury hotel who sheltered and saved Tutsi refugees. Don
Cheadle's commitment to fighting suffering in Darfur and his
advocacy for peace and justice began with this film.

Venue: Rich Auditorum at Woodruff Arts Center
Tickets: 404-733-4570

Ryan Cabrerra
Musical Concert – Non Rock
Saturday, June 28, 2008
8:30 P.M. .50 advance, .00 day of show. Guitarist, songwriter
and Texas native Ryan Cabrerra never planned on a career in music.
His hobby turned into a passion after hearing Dave Matthews. He
had some impressive help with co-producer Johnny Reznik.

Venue: Variety Playhouse
Tickets: 404-521-1786

Dukefest and Hazzard County Fair
Expos / Consumer Shows / Fairs
Saturday, June 28, 2008 through Sunday, June 29, 2008
See the General Lee and Bo and Luke Duke as well as other show

Venue: Atlanta Motor Speedway
Tickets: 770-946-4211

REO Speedwagon with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Rock-and-Roll Concert
Sunday, June 29, 2008

Venue: Chastain Park Amphitheatre
Tickets: 404-249-6400

Screen on the Green
Sunday, June 29,
Screen on the Green has moved locations and starts out the season
with "Jaws." Gates open at 6:00 P.M. and the film starts at dusk.
Picnic friendly but no pets, grills or umbrellas please. This is a
free event.

Venue: Centennial Olympic Park
Tickets: 404-733-5000

Colbie Caillet
Musical Concert – Non Rock
Sunday, June 29, 2008
8:00 P.M.

Venue: Variety Playhouse
Tickets: 404-521-1786

Georgia Author Book Bash
Films, Readings, & Other Literary Events
Sunday, June 29, 2008
4:00 P.M. until 7:00 P.M. .00 Fifty area literary figures mix
with participants on the lawn. Ferril Sams and Emily Griffin are
two of the authors who will be at this interesting and informative

Venue: Margaret Mitchell House & Museum
Tickets: 404-249-7012
999 Peachtree Street, NE

Krishna Das
Musical Concert – Non Rock
Monday, June 30, 2008
8:00 P.M.

Venue: Variety Playhouse
Tickets: 404-521-1786


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Yves François and Rocambu Jazz at the Art Institute of Chicago

Yves François and Rocambu Jazz

Art Institute of Chicago · Chicago 

Yves François Courtesy Art Institute of ChicagoWhen: August 2, 2008 Price: Free with admission to the Art Institute Adult ; Child ; Child (12 and under) Free Phone:               312-443-3600         
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The Buzz — While Chicago feels the heat of August, listen to the appropriate tunes presented by the Art Institute of Chicago. With their retro Afro-Caribbean sound, Yves François and Rocambu Jazz represent a wide range of jazz from the African Diaspora. Surely an event to attract a diverse range of people, the short music concert will be a place for great conversation before and after. Take advantage and peruse the museum after you've let the soulful tunes into your heart. Official Event Website » 




John Mellencamp Announces First Farm Aid Music Festival In New England

Alongside farmers and food buyers at the Copley Square Farmers Market, Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino and Governor Deval Patrick welcomed Farm Aid co-founder John Mellencamp to New England as he announced Farm Aid 2008 Presented by Whole Foods Market and Horizon Organic. The concert will take place on Sept. 20 at the Comcast Center in Mansfield, Mass., marking the first time the organization will bring its annual benefit concert to the region.

“New England was built on the strength of independent family farmers,” said Mellencamp. “We can honor that independent spirit by joining Farm Aid to grow the movement that is changing the way all of America eats.”

Farm Aid 2008 Presented by Whole Foods Market and Horizon Organic will feature headliners Willie Nelson, Mellencamp, Neil Young, and Dave Matthews, plus other top artists to be announced. The annual benefit concert will celebrate music and good food, featuring hands-on activities in the HOMEGROWN Village that will showcase the direct connection between who is growing our food and what we eat every day.

“We are proud to bring our annual Farm Aid concert to a region that has such strong agricultural roots and to the many people who love to eat the good food grown in New England,” said Farm Aid president Willie Nelson. “I'm looking forward to bringing my friends together on the Farm Aid stage to celebrate and support family farmers.”

The concert event will again feature family-farm identified, local and organic foods at concessions, setting an example of the many ways that family farm food can be integrated into the general marketplace.

“Bringing Farm Aid's unique concert event to New England creates an unparalleled opportunity to showcase the innovation and determination of the area's farmers,” said Carolyn Mugar, executive director of Farm Aid. “We're looking forward to a day filled with outstanding music and delicious food grown by these farmers from across the region.”

As part of its work to increase the affordability and availability of fresh, healthy foods, Farm Aid also announced its support for the collaborative initiative between the Food Project and the city of Boston to help more families shop at farmers markets by building infrastructure that allows market vendors to accept food stamps.

Since its beginning, Farm Aid has traveled the country, staging annual concerts and supporting local organizations working to strengthen family farms. Farm Aid builds the Good Food Movement by connecting people with family farmers who are increasing the supply of local, humanely raised, sustainable and organic food.

Tickets for Farm Aid 2008 Presented by Whole Foods Market and Horizon Organic will go on sale July 28 at 10 a.m. EDT and are available at all Ticketmaster outlets, http://www.ticketmaster.com/, or by calling (866) 448-7849.