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Landing a Job in the Entertainment Field

When people think of the entertainment field, they immediately think of the glitz and glamor of the runway, the red carpet, and the movie premier. However, few people appreciate the vast business operations and logistics that go into making a movie or developing a television series. Indeed, young professionals who are interested in the entertainment field should consider using their ...

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Entertainment: a Family Affair

In the latest years, confirming the tendency by now established in many countries of the world, even in Italy a new household appliance has made its way into our houses: the videogame console. The newness is not so much a matter of sales increasing of these devices, which have been very popular among teenagers and keen hardcore gamers for a ...

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Importance of Art and Entertainment in Our Society

Days in which we alive, life is full of stress, that’s why art & entertainment is must for life, there it is an important part of our cultures and habits. We can search many types of art & entertainment, some types are contemporary and some are conventional. Songs, movies, funny jokes, health and fitness, entertainment news, literature, fine arts, visual ...

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The Importance Of Entertainment

Today life is full of stress and anxiety and especially in metropolitan cities situation is the worst. Everyone is busy with his life, no time for family and himself even. Every person is running behind his hectic schedule. Life become so fast but still no time to relax for 5 minute and release the stress. No need to explain, you ...

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Washington Dc Sight Seeing

Washington DC, the capital of United States is one of the best places to visit from tourist point of view. This city is example of 18th century planned city, especially for purpose of capital of United States, and named over the first president of United States, late George Washington. Washington DC is situated on the bank of Potomac River and ...

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Edgar Alan Poe: A Man Of Secrecy

Edgar Allan Poe was born on January 19, 1809 as Edgar Poe. He was the second son to Elizabeth Arnold Poe and David Poe. Both parents were actors, and shortly after Poe’s birth, his father deserted his family around 1810. Edgar became an orphan before the age of three years, when his mother died on December 8, 1811 in Richmond, ...

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Wyked Illuzionz, LED Motorcycle Light Vendor, Attended Premier Events in Chantilly Va and Somerset Nj

Wyked Illuzionz, the Maryland-based motorcycle LED light company, has been increasingly growing in popularity over the past several years and now they have two more “successes” under their belt. Cycle Promotions USA of Daytona Beach, FL is a highly experienced motorcycle events production company.  They plan, organize, and promote premier motorcycle events at some of the top venues in the ...

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Florida Train Service: Five Tips to Travel to Florida by Amtrak

Florida is an ideal vacation location.  It has many major metropolitan areas and thousands of miles of oceanfront beauty.  Of course, Disney World, Universal Studios and Busch Gardens provide fun and adventure for the whole family. Fortunately, you can travel to most of the major Florida vacation areas by Amtrak.  Three daily trains travel to and through the state from ...

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Reston Va : Town Facts

Reston is an internationally-recognized planned community that was built in order to transform the post-World War II theory of land use and residential and corporate development in the American suburb. With a population of about 56,000, Reston is considered as one of the best places to live in the United States. The wide range of housing styles, vast amount of ...

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Wildlife Artists of Maryland and Virginia

Along the Atlantic Coast, lie the states of Maryland and Virginia. The area is known for its unspoiled barrier islands, the Chesapeake Bay, wildlife refuges and abundance of nature. This unique environment attracts artists of all types who visit and create works of art based on their observations. Popular subjects include the world famous wild Chincoteague ponies, waterfowl, shorebirds, fish and ...

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The Auto Train: Five Planning Tips to Transport Your Car, Your Things and You by Amtrak to Florida

You want to go to Orlando to see the theme parks, entertainment and shopping.  But flying is such a hassle with airport security, full planes (full of kids) and having to rent a car since the attractions are so spread out in Orlando.  Driving I-95?  Forget it.  The congestion and stress of the interstate will significantly reduce your ability to ...

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What Is The Problem With Northern Virginia And Washington D.C. Water?

Northern Virginia is growing in population rapidly and as more people move into the area, a question that is asked more and more frequently is – what is the quality of my drinking water? Individuals and families are naturally concerned with their health and drinking water is an important element of maintaining good health. Unfortunately, the quality of the water ...

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Entertainment for senior communities

Developed in partnership with the residents of the Vinson Hall Retirement Community in McLean, VA and other local communities, the new digital entertainment system has become a tool to enhance everyday life in these facilities. Linked Senior is the first company to offer a full digital entertainment center that serves as an iPod-like product for the 60+. That system includes ...

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Lake Manassas – A Golfer’s Delight

Lake Manassas is a premier area for Golf and Country Club real estate boasting the Robert Trent Jones and the Stonewall Golf Club, and the Virginia Oaks Golf community. The area also offers the ultimate outdoor playground for all ages. Amenities in Lake Manassas include three stocked ponds, hiking trails, nature trails, basketball court, children’s playground and The Lake Manassas ...

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7 Reasons Why The CAGED System Sucks

WARNING: The CAGED system is crippling your guitar playing progress. By learning the scales with this system you are likely to develop these problems in your guitar playing: Problem #1: Your Guitar Speed Is Going To Suffer Tremendously Being a fast guitar player is difficult for a lot of guitarists because of many reasons. So the CAGED system isn’t necessarily ...

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How to Become a National Recording Artist

Every marathon starts with a step. A corny cliche? Probably. But within every cliche is a kernel of truth. And before you become a nationally known recording artist, you have to build the right career foundation. The first step is to build your local fan base. So perform wherever and whenever you can. Play showcases at music clubs. Seek out ...

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How to Play Happy Birthday on the Guitar

Learning to play simple and fun songs on the guitar is easy. Many of my students have learned how to play Happy Birthday in their first lesson. Follow the simple steps below to learn this song in just a few minutes. Learning to Play the Notes To play Happy Birthday on the guitar, you first must learn how to play ...

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Astrology and The Addams Family: Venus and Mars in Scorpio

They’re creepy, spooky, and mysterious. I’m sure you know them. They’ve visited you at home on your TV and you may have seen them in the movie theater, too. They are The Addams Family. So, what do they have to do with astrology? The characteristics of planets and signs of the zodiac may be learned easily by examining archetypes who ...

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Robert Burns – An Acrostic Poem Contribution

This year Robert Burns’ 250th birthday celebration is the best yet. Across the world many are raising their glasses and giving toasts to a great poet and song writer. Burns wrote hundreds of enduring poems and song to Scottish life and beyond including “Address to a Haggis” (1786), “The Highland Lassie” (1786), “Auld Lang Syne” (1788), “Flow Gently, Sweet Afton” ...

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The History of Freestyle Rap

So you want to be a freestyle rapper. We are going to take a look at the history of freestyle rap, so that you have a good understanding of what you are getting into. A lot of people think that rap and even freestyle rap is something new. Actually it’s not. It’s beginnings go back a lot farther than many ...

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Simile Examples – How To Smile Perfect

Simile examples are everywhere in songs and writing. When you’re songwriting think of this tool as you partner in painting pictures. Pictures that emotionally connect with your listener and then take them on an enjoyable experience thanks to your song. Simile examples compare two things or ideas to help the listener understand something new from something they already know. It ...

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Lara Fabian An Underrated Artist

Starting her music career at a tender age of 8, Lara Fabian knew that she would become a singer one day. She also emphasized this on her show From Lara with Love, broadcasted by PBS, when she told the audience about her encounter one day when she drove with her dad and vocalized exceptional high notes she heard on the ...

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