How To Survive An All Day Outdoor Music Festival
Even though Christmas is more than 7 months away, and is one of the furthest things from most Long Islanders" minds, but this cold and dreary weather this week has me thinking of happier times while wearing a sweater...
Support Mont Lyons, hailing from Austin, TX, has been playing heavily locally ever since festival wristbands, but I"m not complaining. The groovy, emotional and upbeat sound of this band makes me dance every time. Lead singer Bryan Oliver plays keyboard and sings at his mightiest, while band mates Trevor Smith and Brandon Crews on guitar and bass groove to their music, keeping the crowd hanging on for that next song.
Gold parties allow you spend some time with your friends, coworkers or neighbors, while a professional gold buyer evaluates your items and makes you a cash offer. Most are set up as a open house, drop by event wristbands. Folks come and go over a several hours and the host or hostess gets paid a percentage for holding the party. Talk about easy money.
Kick off fall and bid farewell to summer at an outdoor festival. The Labor Day Spectacular at Wintergreen Resort sport wristbands includes an arts and craft show live music and more. The Taste of the Mountains Main Street Festival in Madison offers old-fashioned family fun for all ages.
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Since Republicans have zero power it will be tough to blame them for anything after 12 noon on January 20th. Will the press do their job - to report from a totally and 100% NEUTRAL position? Or will their admitted partisan bent still show through?
Play like a kid (and play with your kids, or borrow a friend"s)! Jump rope, jump on a trampoline, play frisbee, skip, play on the playground equipment, play tag, have races, wrestle, play catch, dance. Have fun!
Wherever your Labor Day weekend plans take you, be careful on the road. Holiday traffic will be heavy and there"s construction around town and across the state.
Despite an enlarged population in recent years, the South China tiger, an endangered species, still faces an uncertain future.
The number of South China tigers has increased to 165 from 109 in 2014, and all of them live in captivity, said Yin Yu, the deputy curator of Chongqing Zoo in Southwest China’s Chongqing on Nov 30.
The zoo is the only one in China that keeps pedigree information of the tiger, an endemic species to China mainly living south of the Yangtze River.
Yin said there is no verifiable evidence for the existence of South China tigers in the wild over the past four decades, according to their pedigree records. He said all the extant captive-bred tigers are descended from six wild ancestors, and they live in 16 zoos and breeding bases across the country.
In the 1950s, the population of the South China tiger was estimated at over 4,000. But large-scale tiger eradication campaigns combined with extensive habitat loss reduced the population considerably in the next few decades.
It was not until 1979 that the tiger was listed as a state-protected animal.
A joint survey made by the former National Forestry Department — now known as the State Forestry Administration — and World Wildlife Fund in the early 1990s found only an estimated 20 to 30 South China tigers remained in the wild in four the provinces of Hunan, Jiangxi, Guangdong and Fujian.
By 2001, a one-year survey jointly carried out by China and the US discovered no evidence for the tiger’s existence in the wild.
Due to the extinction of wild tigers, mating can only take place among the captive-bred individuals, which led to inbreeding.