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With computer technology advancing so rapidly and the popularity of movie watching showing no signs of abating, more and more people are choosing to buy programs where you can download movies for free. One of the most popular movies that everyone is talking about at the moment is Juno. There are loads of people searching the net looking to find a good reliable program where they can watch this movie for free including many other new releases. Frankly, I don't blame them, it's a fantastic movie!

Do such programs exist though and are they really free? This article explores briefly the existence of such a program and tells you a few things you need to know before downloading Juno and other current new releases.

Firstly, I would be wary of any websites that declare that downloading a movie is free. Many of them are susceptible to viruses and are riddled with advertising popups. The reason for this is because a lot of the services use what is called "peer to peer networks" and despite the fancy name it just means that anybody can upload files to share across the internet!

Does that seem safe to you? Don't worry though there are sites out there that do allow for the downloading of current releases like Juno, but they are not likely to be free. Unfortunately, you get what you pay for and if you're paying nothing that's what you're going to get - well not entirely nothing - you may get a virus or two.

The great news though is that the cost is extraordinarily cheap considering what you're going to get. The best site that I could locate was the Unlimited Download Center and it promotes itself as the Number 1 downloading site on the net, and it may very well be that. For the one off cost of around only 1 DVD you will get access to Juno and most other new releases, unlimited older movies, TV programs, Music, and more - in fact they boast a staggering 60 millions files on their database. For a safe reliable site I think that is extraordinary value for money.

I hope this article has helped you a little in your quest for finding a good, cheap reliable downloading site.

I have provided a link below to a great Juno site that I stumbled on. Tells you heaps of info on Juno and also provides a link to the Unlimited Download Center - highly recommended!
Happy viewing.

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Japanese pressing including alternate version of 'Lost!' (alternate version) as bonus track. Coldplay release their fourth album 'Viva La Vida or Death And All His Friends'. The album comprises 10 brand new tracks, recorded in London, Barcelona and New York with producers Brian Eno and Markus Dravs. "Viva La Vida" follows the hugely successful album "X&Y", which has sold 10 million copies since its release in 2005. This first pressing version comes packaged in digipak. EMI. 2008.

The success of a wedding reception will depend on the entertainment. You may think that I am wrong at the point. However, the truth is that, according to a survey, most couples agree with the above idea. As a result, you should understand the importance of your entertainment and you should try your best to arrange the most perfect entertainment for your wedding.

When the entertainment is concerned, most couples will try to compare the prices. However, unless you are on a very tight budget, prices should never be your main consideration. On the contrary, the first thing you need to think about is the quality of the entertainment. Of course you will also need to think about your own needs. You will need to know what kind of entertainment you will need. Are you planning to ask your guests to stand up and dance? If this is the case, you may need to consider if the entertainer can help you to heat up the atmosphere.

It is also very important for you to know whether you will need a DJ or a live band. If you are planning to make your reception like a disco and have every guest stand up and dance, you may need to hire a wedding DJ. This will help to ensure that your guests can really enjoy the night. On the other hand, if you are going to have a beach wedding, what you need may probably be a live band in Filipino style. Music in Filipino style and the beach will just be a perfect match.

In fact, you should not limit yourself to think of music only. Your wedding entertainment can be more than that. Will you hire a magician to play some magic? As a matter of fact, hiring a magician can be a good option in order to draw the attention of the guests.

If you are a good singer yourself, you may consider singing in the reception. Your guests will be impressed if you can sing yourself in the reception. You may also sing with your spouse. Your guests will certainly remember this even after years. Of course you should try to make sure that your spouse can also sing well otherwise it will only be a mess. There are also couples who may consider dancing on the stage. This can also be a good performance as well as an entertainment for your guests.

When you are searching for the entertainer for your reception, you have to take the time to interview the potential candidates. It is very important for you to sit down and talk with them. You will need to know the strength and weakness of each entertainer so that you can make your decision. It is also very important for you to know their personalities. You may not want to hire someone who is of a very bad temper.

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It is estimated that more than 1 million children under the age of eighteen are receiving their education at home. It is impossible to know the exact number of families that choose to keep their children at home instead of sending them to traditional classroom settings. Part of the reason for this is that most states do not have an accurate count of these children.

Families may choose to home school their children for many different reasons. Sometime it is only temporary due to an illness or a cross country move. There are four reasons that children are being educated at home by their families:

  1. They are deeply religious and want the children to be educated with fundamentalist beliefs. Many of these families use the Bible as their main text and use it to teach reading, math, social studies, health, geography and science. Older siblings may help teach the younger children. Consistent beliefs and values are maintained throughout the family. The parents of these children want to ensure that no ideas from outside of the family are introduced to their children without their approval. In years past this group accounted for the largest number of home schoolers.
  2. The family may live in a remote area where schools are not easily accessible. There are quite a few sections of the United States and Canada where this is the case. It may be a two hour or longer ride to a school and some families do not want their children to be on the road for that long, especially when the weather is bad. Many of these children do not attend school until they are in high school.
  3. Children who have survived a traumatic event, those who are going through a serious illness, or a child who has experienced a catastrophic event either at school or at home may be taken out of school for an extended period of time and educated at home by family members. Some of these children return to school within a few months and others continue to be home schooled until they reach the age of majority.
  4. They believe that what they can offer their children is superior to what any formal institution has available. The children in these families may receive professional music or dance classes, sometimes travel throughout the world with their families, or may have a connection with one of the many private universities across North America that offer programs for young people. Many of these children go on to attend universities successfully before they are eighteen years old.
Many states require that you register your home as a home school, while other states require no such identification or registration. At one time it was typical for one adult family member to hold at least some type of teaching credential, but that is now a thing of the past. Textbooks are easily available to anyone who wants to use them in their home teachings. Resources such as libraries, local colleges and universities, and reliable internet information can now make teaching children at home an adventure rather than a chore. While the academic education of a home-schooled child may be enriched, many are concerned that the socialization of these children may be negatively impacted. However, according to the recent studies conducted by a variety of statisticians, the home-schooled child may have a higher level of self-esteem, have a highly developed set of social values and mores, and be more well- adjusted than children who attend regular day classes. Home-schooled children typically spend morning with academics and have afternoons available for organized sports, classes in music, dance, or art, and activities at their place of worship.

Choosing how and where to educate a child can be a decision with far reaching consequences. Much of this decision will be based on the needs and beliefs of the family, the individual child, and the educational system available to the family. By researching all of these factors, families can come to an intelligent decision that will be beneficial to all involved.

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The sound quality is horrendous, Mana make a lot of money off there fans I could not believe my ears. I end up play the cd and the videos Simultaneously to be happy. A live concert DVD is needed MANA.
Customer Review: Great Mexican rock band, great songs but...
When they made the DVD, there are some things they should have changed on it. If you're a Mana fan, you'll know all the songs. One live track, a cover of "El Rey" filmed in Montreux Switerland shows of Alex Gonzalez's drumming, something that doesn't come through on their studio tracks. As far as the videos themselves go, you see it going from something that is borderline public access video, to some embarrassing videos that are kind of humorous, to a more polished look towards the "Suenos Liquidos" videos, where it ends. Nothing from "Revolucion de Amor" or their song with Carlos Santana "Corazon Espinado" (which is on Carlos' "Supernatural" DVD) is included. Here's the complaints that I found more annoying than anything: the cover of Led Zeppelin's "Fool in the Rain", straight off of the "Econium" tribute video is them in the studio talking about recording the song. It either should be the full song or in the "extras". It's something that you wind up forwarding and gets annoying real fast. "Clavado En Un Bar" has 5 minutes of the "making of", yet you can't skip the making of, you have to forward it. Another one that belongs in the "extras". It's something that we should be able to enjoy with the TV on or off. The "in betweens" can get a little noisy at times but isn't a big deal. It's not in Surround Sound, but you can hear it playing in all the speakers. I'd like to see them revamp this one a little bit to make it more "DVD-friendly" and put out a live DVD which shows off how great they are in concert. Even if you don't understand Spanish, the music alone is good enough to enjoy...

It is said that the forerunner of the guitar, the lute, was created by the Greek god, Apollo. In India, it is believed that the sitar, another stringed instrument from which the guitar is descended, is sacred to the goddess Saraswati. And one of the most popular tales about the guitar is the story of how it was pressed into service to play a hymn of praise to Jesus Christ at a Christmas Eve mass when the organ of the church broke.

It's no wonder that the guitar has a history of association with the divine. The range and styles of music that can be played on the classic stringed instrument is incredible.

From the intricate fire and beauty of classical Spanish and flamenco guitar to the down-home country sounds of good finger-pickin', the guitar is a versatile and beautiful instrument.

Modern-day guitars have a hollow or solid body, a neck with frets, and a tuning mechanism that is called the machine head. They may be acoustic, or electric, and are one of the most popular instruments in the world.

Those technical descriptions, however, can't begin to express the sheer versatility of such a simple instrument.

Even in the hands of a beginner, the guitar can make lovely music - the best kind of music, the kind, in the words of a guitar teacher, that makes you want to sing along. Learning a few simple chords and finger placements, a few strumming patterns, can allow even a student who has only a few lessons to play literally dozens of popular songs.

The most important piece of the guitar is the face, or top.
Its composition, shape and engineering will determine the final sound of the guitar. The back and sides also make a difference, but not so much, and often, luthiers will choose the wood for the sides and back with an eye to appearance rather than sound quality.

Electric guitars are solid, though they are rarely made of a single solid piece of wood. Instead, most are created of many layers of different kinds of wood laminated together.

This gives the guitar both strength and sound quality that wouldn't be possible in a single piece of wood. Often, the electric guitar is made of a 'good sounding' wood like ash or poplar, with a laminated top of a more attractive wood for appearance.

Even within the broader categories of acoustic and electric there are many variations. Acoustic guitars may have six strings or twelve, the strings may be made of steel, nylon or gut. They may be arranged in pairs or singly or in triplets. Each of these has a different characteristic sound, from the wah-wah of a steel guitar, to the lush beauty of a flamenco guitar.

Nowhere else will you find the variety of guitars that you find in a typical Mexican mariachi band. A typical mariachi band will include at least three kinds of guitar - a classical guitar, a vihuela and a guitarron, a large guitar that is nearly the size of a cello.

Guitar tablatures are among the most searched for items on the internet. It's a teen rite of passage to learn at least one classic guitar riff from Jeff Beck, Stephen Tyler or Eric Clapton.

Whether you choose to learn just a few chords so that you can play for friends at parties, or find yourself so enchanted with the guitar that you take it up as a lifelong practice, there are few other instruments that will provide you with as much pleasure.

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Canadian pressing includes the title track plus 'Things I Don't Understand', 'Proof' and 'Dati'. Capitol. 2005.

As film actress Gwyneth Paltrow and Chef Mario Batali are touring Spain seeking the best Spanish tapas and seafood dishes as part of a new reality television show, here in New York we don't even have to leave the city to experience this significant segment of the culinary culture of Spain.

"Tapas," "small bites," "pintxo," "cichetti," and now "stuzzichini": no matter how you say it, New York is definitely in the throes of a love affair with small dishes, usually accompanied by a wine from the appropriate region. Although the cost of these small plates can add up quickly, especially while sitting at a bar with a best buddy, most tapas menus sport combination plates, which often represent a great value. Share a couple of these and a bottle (or carafe, quartino, mezzo, flight) and it's a great way to spend an evening.

Here are my suggestions for ten Tapas Bars and Restaurants Deals in New York City:

1. Sangria 46

This Spanish newcomer is receiving raves from theatergoers and neighborhood diners alike for its authentic Spanish cuisine as well as its lovely backyard garden. Choose from the extensive Tapas menu, or order from the Pre-theater menu, which features several choices, including Vegetable Paella, Mussels Diablo, and Churasco (skirt steak). Three courses for $26.95 are served all day and evening.

2. Costa del Sol

Taking its flavors from Northwest Spain's Galicia region, the menu at Costa del Sol is filled with true Spanish dishes. Fans may not be able to agree on their favorites, which include Paella Valenciana with Lobster, Bacalau (codfish) with Green Sauce and Asparagus Puree, and the Madrid NY Sirloin and Lobster Tail combination.

But, most agree that being just on the fringe of the Theater District has saved this restaurant from the cliched themes of many of the more central theater spots. The Tapas menu is also authentic and varied, and you can enjoy a great DiningFever deal of 15% off the entire check.

3. Sol y Sombra

Fast becoming a neighborhood favorite, this Upper West Side newcomer offers a large selection of tapas, both hot and cold, and authentic Spanish entrees as well.

It's easy to design a great meal of small plates to share, and many say the Pulpo a la Gallego (Galician-style Octopus), the Queso Manchego accompanied by raisin bread and sliced apples and the Codorniz En Escabeche (marinated quail presented with mixed salad and roasted figs) keep them coming back for more. Enjoy this exclusive offer from DiningFever - 15% off entire check.

4. Azafran

Both international guests and neighborhood fans alike have hailed Azafran and its ever-changing menu as one of New York's top Spanish restaurants. Drawing inspiration from the many diverse culinary regions of Spain, Azafran's specialties feature a unique brand of authentic Tapas as well as upscale Spanish cuisine. Enjoy Azafran's cool ambiance and outstanding food and save up to 25% with DiningFever's exclusive special offer.

5. Bar Stuzzichini

As the newest hot spot in the Flatiron District, Bar Stuzzichini has been packing them in all summer, and its long marble-topped bar is the perfect place to try the bite-sized appetizers for which the restaurant was named.

At this Italian casual dining restaurant, stuzzichini are divided into five categories on the menu: Friti, Verdure, Formaggi, Pesce and Salumi; individually, they are priced at approximately $5.00 - $10.00, but order plates of five choices for $22.00. Two of these and a dessert with a bottle or quartino from the all-Italian wine list and you've got a delicious meal for two.

6. Matador Bistro Latino

Contemporary Spanish and Latin cuisines mix with Asian and Middle Eastern influences to create Matador's eclectic Tapas menu. Located on Greenwich Avenue in the West Village, Matador Bistro Latino is offering individual dishes ranging in price from $3.00 to $9.00, but for real lovers of Latin food, we recommend the Plato de Charcuteria y Queso, a mixed platter of meats, cheeses and olives, for only $14.00. Stay for dinner and take 20% off your food bill and enjoy a complimentary glass of Sangria with an exclusive offer from

7. Alta

The all-Tapas menu is extensive and features creative and unusual dishes. Bring some friends to Greenwich Village, snag a table or a couple of bar seats and share a bunch of the small plates, which range in price from $3.00 for Marcona Almonds to $14.00 for Sauteed Fois Gras. A moderately priced bottle of wine from Italy, Spain or France and a couple of desserts (don't miss the plate of five Spanish cheeses for $12.00) complete this relatively inexpensive (and sabrosa!) meal.

8. Antique Garage

At this romantic Soho spot (Mercer St. bet. Grand & Broome St.), the culinary influences are described as French, Italian, Turkish and "modernized Ottoman cuisine." The owners invite you to "fill your table with several small plates from the Meze section," which features two combination platters: a selection of meats and cheeses and a sampling of meze including humus, tzatziki, eggplant salad, circassian chicken and borek, $24.00 per platter. Sunday through Tuesday evenings, take 15% off with a DiningFever exclusive.

9. I Trulli Enoteca

Adjacent to I Trulli Ristorante is its tiny offshoot, I Trulli Enoteca. The small Enoteca menu features a well-chosen assortment of meats, cheeses, and olives from Italy's Apulian region. Choose three ($18.00) or five ($24.00) and be sure to pair it with one of several flights of three wines, ranging from $11.00 to $18.00.

10. La Bodeguita

Someday we'll be allowed to visit Cuba; until then, luckily, there's La Bodeguita! At this Cuban Tapas Lounge in the Gramercy Park area, you can certainly create a delicious feast from the extensive assortment of Tapas, but try to save room for one of La Bodeguita's authentic Cuban entrees, complimented, of course, by a pitcher of Sangria or a selection from the mostly Spanish wine list.

Although Tapas originated in Spain, where "there are as many variations of Tapas as there are cooks," according to an article in, today it seems that every country's cuisine is well-represented. Italian, Indian, Turkish, and of course Spanish and Latin restaurants have all added a selection of small plates to their menus, taking what began as "bar food" to a whole new level. Now, more and more, restaurant patrons are creating their own meals from a combination of these dishes, and restaurant owners are taking note and making their selections more extensive and appealing.

Amy Arthur is the content editor of the website, blog and newsletter of DiningFever the ultimate FREE source for the best and most attractive restaurant deals in New York City

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If there were one genre of music that's perfect for music therapy, it would have to be New Age piano! Soothing and relaxing, the piano offers many benefits to those in need of respite. The wonderful thing about this style of music is that it's also easy to learn how to play!

A few chords, a scale, and you're able to make music. And not just any kind of music, but one that's conducive to alleviating stress. Let's look at how one might go about learning how to play piano in the New Age style.

First, it's best if you learn one chord position that will give you a nice modern sound right away. The open position chord structure accomplishes this. It's easy to learn and can be used by the beginner right away to make music with. And it uses both hands as well to cover more than 2 octaves of the piano keyboard!

Once this chord structure is practiced, it's time to add in a few chords. Just a few chords is all that is necessary for the beginning adult to experience the joy of improvisation. The hands are placed on the open position chord structure and the fingers move around creating melody. Nothing more is required than an openness to explore the possibilities.

And once students get started, they find that they can't stop playing. The therapeutic aspect of this comes from the free-form improvisations students are able to play only after a few minutes of practice. They begin to unwind, relax, and forget about the problems and cares of the day. It's a music therapy that goes one step above just listening to music.

Edward Weiss is a pianist/composer and webmaster of Quiescence Music's online piano lessons. He has been helping students learn how to play piano in the New Age style for over 14 years and works with students in private, in groups, and now over the internet. Visit now and get a FREE piano lesson!

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So youve invested in a state-of-the-art guitar what next? Chances are youll need an amplifier. Guitar amplifiers are an essential part of your music gear; in fact, most musicians agree that a good guitar is no use without a good amp.

When shopping for an amp, you usually have four options: tube, solid state, digital, and hybrid. While the last two are certainly more high-tech, newer isnt always better when it comes to amps. Each type has its own advantages, and it all comes down to your budget and personal preference.

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The first amps to become available were tube amps. Many experts find them their warm, full tone more natural, and digital amps have tried and failed to duplicate it. Another reason theyre still around is power-saving: they sound much louder than solid-state and digital amps at the same wattage. The only drawback is that the glass tubes break easily, so youll have to be careful moving them around.

Solid state guitar amplifiers

In solid-state amps, the tubes are replaced by transistors. While this makes them sturdier, it tends to make them sound harsh or distorted at high frequency. However, these amps will stand up to heavy use better than tube amps.

Digital guitar amplifier

Digital amps are programmed to imitate a wide range of amp sounds, including distortions, riffs, and the classic tube amp sound. Cheaper digital amps sound synthetic, but with high-end ones you can hardly tell the difference. Get a digital amp if you like being creative and trying out different styles.

Hybrid guitar amplifiers

These amps combine tube and solid-state technology into a single machine. The sound quality isnt as great as the original tube amps, but they will do if you want tube-quality sound without spending on a high-end digital amp.

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Percussion is the oldest form of music known to man. From the historic drum of the human heart to the archaic animal pelt drums of our ancestors, the primal beat of the drum stirs something ancient within our souls which can urge us on to dance, groove, or psyche us up to perform extraordinary feats.

The most prehistoric use of rhythm was to send our ancestors into a trance in order to procure a vision or reach a state of poetical flow to deliver stories of tribal lore and tales of life and to communicate over long distances between tribes. Not much has changed over the ages.

Although beats are now heard behind more modern and complicated instruments and covered with sonic production qualities from recording studios they have still maintained the same basic qualities and serve the same basic functions, to put us into a trance and achieve a poetical flow and to communicate over long distances. The poetical flow now takes the form of rap or singing, and the tales of life and "tribal lore" forms the lyrics. Long distance communication involves sending CD's over the world. But at the beating heart of the matter it's still the same as it was in the jungle.

So how can you use this information to create beats of your own?

Well keep in mind the basic fact that the beat is used to create a mood and feeling in the listener which will convey the emotion of the musicians.

The art of percussion is the art of manipulating time.

The rhythm of life is a powerful beat! Basically what you are trying to communicate through a beat is little pieces of transmitted life. As such, you have to capture life within you so that you can transmit it out through your music.

The only way to do this is to get out there! Experience life! Get yourself into as many situations as you can. Note how you feel, observe the beating of your heart when you are excited, when you are sad, when you are scared, when you are relaxed and happy.

Great musicians have the ability to create these same feelings in their listeners through their music.

Take your time!

As a percussionist you form the back bone of the song. As such, the soul that you put into your beat is going to radiate throughout the whole song.

If the same vibe is flowing through all the musicians the music will come out flowing and naturally. If there are disparate clashes of ego throughout the band perhaps it is time to regroup. Strongly opposite emotions are like to create clash within the music. Although sometimes this clash is the basis for the greatest music!

Basically the soundest advice is to put soul and life into your beats. These aspects radiate universally throughout the music into peoples hearts no matter what your level of technicality is.

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40th Anniversary Edition Of The Classic Album!

1965's Whipped Cream & Other Delights transformed Herb Alpert & The Tijuana into bonafide superstars, spending an incredible 8 straight weeks at the top of the charts. The album was not only memorable for its music, but for the iconic cover art which featured model Dolores Erickson strategically swathed in whipped cream. The original twelve tracks revolve around the theme of food and include such classics the triple Grammy-winning hit, "A Taste of Honey" and the Dating Game theme "Whipped Cream." This special 40th Anniversary edition features two studio bonus tracks along with a 20-page booklet and a collector's poster.

Each album in the Herb Alpert Signature Series features meticulously remastered sound, deluxe packaging, detailed liner notes, and an intro by Herb Alpert containing personal recollections and anecdotes.
Customer Review: My own "Whipped Cream" fantasy
I have fond memories of this album from my childhood. I remember my mother trying to hide the album cover because it was so racy for the times(at least in So. LA). But the folks did play it often. The music is still great. It sound as wonderful today as it did forty years ago. It stands the test of time.
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Herb Alpert is one of the great trumpet players and this album shows that. I could listen to him for hours.

Over the last 45 years that I have been involved teaching Ballroom Dancing, the biggest problem that I see with Beginner Dancers is that they do not want to learn all the popular dances, they just want to learn the dance that's popular and just enough to get by. Of course, it's fun to learn more steps in your favorite dances, but not to expand your variety is a real mistake.

Can you imagine only wearing one suit of clothing day after day? How boring that would be, not only for you, but especially for the people that are around you daily. Oh, there's Mr. One Suit, or Mr. Brown Pants...Boring.

Well, increasing your dance variety insures that you will be able to stay on the dance floor and keep having a good time with your favorite dance partner. The worst feeling is having to tell your special lady friend that we will have to sit this dance out because you don't know how to dance to the music that's playing. Before you know it, your lady is off dancing with someone else...
When you're having a good time, do you want to interrupt the flow of the evening? I don't think so..

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It's much better to learn 4 or 5 steps in all these dances, then to learn 25 steps in one or two of the dances. Why? Because, diversity on the dance floor will make you a sought after dance partner, and a more popular individual around your own social group. plus you will overcome a Beginners Nightmare, to be considered a BORING dance partner...

Remember Gentlemen, if you don't know all the dances, the other guy will.

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BECK - Cabinet - Black T-shirt

Brand New, never worn 100% cotton front print Black Authentic BECK T-shirt. The Front Reads: "BECK" and "My Beat Is Correct".

Miami, Florida has been a favorite tourist destination for many decades. Its pleasant weather through the year brings people down in droves to enjoy a kick back outdoor lifestyle and enough activities to keep them busy 24/7. When you go to Miami, if you want, you can mix a dose of culture with your fun on the beach and your partying in the clubs.

There are a number of annual events in South Beach and other parts of the city that provide entertainment for everyone.


When most of the rest of the United States is freezing in late February you might want to pack your bags and head down to the South Beach Wine and Food Festival. It takes place at different locations in the South Beach area and raises money for the Florida International University hospitality program.

So, you'll be enjoying fantastic food prepared by celebrity chefs as well as local cooks doing cooking demonstrations. You'll also be tasting wine, and you'll be contributing to a good cause. Life doesn't get much better.


You'll want to hit the Irish pubs and enjoy Irish food, Irish music, and Irish libations in Miami when everyone celebrates St. Patrick's Day.

If you're into electronic and dance music, hit South Beach for the Winter Music Conference, which attracts DJs as well as musicians. You can also get an education on the music business at seminars during the conference. Just into partying and dancing? They're all around you at Lummus Beach, local parks and local clubs.

Want a break from partying but don't want to necessarily get too heavy? The Miami International Film Festival spans ten days and showcases films from local filmmakers as well as filmmakers from around the world in a variety of different genres. It's held in various venues around the city.


The Fourth of July is another fantastic time to be in Miami. Each Independence Day celebration brings live music at Bayfront Park along with fireworks.

August and September The International Ballet Festival began in 1995 and it's been taking center stage at different venues, including the Jackie Gleason Theater, during August and September. A lot of extraordinary dancers are involved. It's presented by the Miami Hispanic Ballet Company and has received acclaim throughout the media and is appreciated by everyone.

October The International Caribbean Music Festival, held in Bicentennial Park, is an event that celebrates one of the many cultures that makes Miami what it is. You'll love the mood and the music that's performed by musicians from throughout the Caribbean.

December A rather unusual event, the King Mango Strut, takes place shortly after Christmas. It's a parade that's a parody of the Orange Bowl Parade and current events. It follows a route down Main Avenue and Grand Avenue in Coconut Grove. Catch it if you can.

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