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Cityfolk Festival 2009: Dayton"s Best Music Festival
Its summertime in Denver, which means plenty of sun, embracing the great outdoors, and mountains of incredible music. Denver is home to some amazing venues, and we never have any trouble booking great acts to bring the house down. So, whether you are interested in just one band entertaining you for an evening, or being part of a massive music festival, here"s a few shows to watch out for this summer 2009.
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The group"s eponymous, four-track EP also features Enzo Penizzotto (bass) and Thommy Price (drums) - the dynamic rhythm section for Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.
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Of course the expectation of the type of performance varies based on where the audience has assembled and for what purpose. An audience at a country festival wristbands expects to see a country music performance. An audience at a comedy club expects to see a professional stand up comedian who will make them laugh.
There will be experts sharing tips on how to create positive lifestyle changes and reduce stress. Visitors can also take part in medical testing which will be free. After reading all this, you might be assuming that Healthy Living Festival is a boring, lecture-event wristbands. But it will be lots of fun as well. You can participate in a yoga class, relax with a massage and watch top chefs preparing healthy, nutritious dishes in front of you. And yes, you can watch a belly dancing show as well. Do you still think this event could be boring?
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.
AB: The music industry is changing every day. There are a lot of reasons we do it. One reason is obvious: publicity. Being active on social media gets our name out there, which gets us more fans. We use it as a promotional tool. But first and foremost, the internet makes bands more accessible to music fans. I wish we were young at this time so that we can connect to the artists we follow. We just feel like it"s the least we can do for our fans that support us. We try to reply to every single fan. It is very rare that we don"t answer a fan.
Despite the high vacuum, huge temperature changes and strong radiation on the moon, China has developed the first plants on the planet, according to Chongqing University, which leads the bio-science test load project of China"s Chang"e 4 Mission.
Chang"e 4 was launched atop a Long March 3B rocket in early December at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Sichuan province. It is the country"s fourth lunar exploration and the world"s first expedition to successfully land on the moon"s far side, most of which never faces Earth.
The university announced on Tuesday morning at a news conference that at 8 pm on Jan 12, the bio test load sent back the last photo showing that the tender shoots have come out and the plants are growing well inside the sealed test can.
"It is the first time humans conducted a biological growth and cultivation experiment on the surface of the moon," said Liu Hanlong, director of the bio-test load project and deputy head of Chongqing University.
"It will provide valuable basic information and experience for building a moon base in the future."
There are six living things inside the sealed cans -- cotton, rape, potato, thale cress, yeast and fruit flies -- to form a simple micro ecosystem. The load weighs about 2.6 kilograms and the growth space measures about 1 liter.
The test started on Jan 3 and finished on Jan 12, lasting about 213 hours and taking over 170 pictures of the plants.