Pattyfest: A West Virginia Old-Time 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...
Enjoy a historic weekend by visiting the Lynchburg Museum, Poplar Forest, the National D-Day Memorial or the Museum of the Confederacy. Hit the road to Williamsburg, Jamestown or Washington, D.C. if you want to get away.
If you enjoy music why not head for a bandshell or other outdoor festival wristbands. If you love to dance you could hit the local clubs, or find a band or artist around the town that you haven"t yet heard. Many restaurants also offer entertainment in their bar areas. Change the music that you listen to, get out and experience many different types of music; jazz, blues, long-hair, big band, singer-songerwriter, pop, rock....keep it interesting.
But what about when the leadership is all Lefties, as are 89% of the Press Corps? Well, we"ll just have to wait and see, won"t we? Wasn"t Ann Coulter briefly banned from NBC last week? Why? Because, according to a statement released by an NBC executive minion, "We can"t have her on our network running down President Obama." (I paraphrased) Can one imagine NBC saying the same of any major Democrat pundit when it comes to criticizing a Republican president? Yeah, when monkeys fly outta my ass!
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What you do before and after the date destination can make or break the date, so mentally walk through the date ahead of time to be sure you have covered how you will get there - who will drive home or will you cab it? Being spontaneous is really fun too so if you know your partner well enough you could even pack sport wristbands a surprise bag for them and stay overnight somewhere after the date.
Experience the bliss of a healthy lifestyle at the Healthy Living Festival which is going to take place on October 13 and 14, 2012 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Learn about living a healthy life, adopting healthier habits, maintaining a healthy weight and a healthy home.
For more ideas about themes and Swap Parties, there are many fun resources to check. One such resource is Recycling Week, which provides a very detailed look at what to consider and how to host one.
WASHINGTON - Diplomatic negotiation is the only way out for the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue, Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai said here this week.
Speaking at the 7th US-China Civil Strategic Dialogue on Monday, Cui said the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue is in essence an issue of security and the key to escape the "security dilemma" is to start with addressing legitimate security concerns of all sides.
"Sanctions are necessary, but sanctions only cannot solve the problem. The impact of sanctions would be maximized only when it is combined with more robust efforts for the resumption of negotiations," said Cui.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had in the past months repeatedly claimed that "the policy of strategic patience has ended."
"We hope it will lead to proactive actions on the diplomatic front, not strategic impatience instead," said Cui.
"There are now calls for military actions. China"s position on this is firm and clear. We would never allow war or chaos breaking out on the Korean peninsula. The cost would be too high for anyone, including the US," he added.
Stressing that China is committed to a denuclearized Korean Peninsula and no one should deny China"s persistent efforts toward that goal, Cui dismissed some media reports as "distorted" which indicated that trade between China and the Democratic People"s Republic of Korea (DPRK) increased in the first quarter of this year.
"In fact, trade between China and the DPRK has been declining in 2015 and 2016. In February this year, China suspended coal import from the DPRK. As a result import from DPRK has dropped 41 percent in April and 32 percent in May year-on-year," said Cui, adding that UN Security Council sanctions against the DPRK do not constitute an embargo.