On March 6 American rapper Big Boi announced headlining tour dates on his official website for the spring of 2013. The North American leg of his "Shoes For Running" tour begins on April 18 in Athens, Ga. and ends on June 19 in Boston. You can view a complete list of tour dates below.
The Agricenter is hosting the Delta Fair and festival wristbands on August 31-September 9. You will know you are there when you smell the funnel cakes and corn dogs that give you the full fair food experience. As you enter the park purchase a wrist band so that you can enjoy everything that the fair has to offer. Browse through the many arts and crafts vendors. There is a ride for everyone to enjoy and there is a kid zone that offers fun for everyone to enjoy with the kids. You will be amazed by all of the roaming fair entertainers and taking aback when you see two people eating away at watermelons for a prize. At the end of the evening make sure to stop and take in the lights of the fair. This is definitely the top pick of things to do for Labor Day Weekend.
Guinness Book of World Records title for the largest pecan pie ever baked! The town has also managed to score the record for the largest pecan cookie, brownie, and pecan and ice cream party!
If you find missing on the desktop My Computer, My Documents or My Network Places icon(or even all three), easily get them back. Right-click on empty part of the desktop, select Properties and Display Properties window that appears, select the Desktop tab. Now click the Customize Desktop button and you will see check boxes for event wristbands all three icons on the desktop.
Most suppliers have price lists on their websites. Browsing through a few of these is a good way to get a rough idea of what is available in the market and at what price. Roughly speaking, marquees can cost anything from 10 to 50 per guest. This wide range of cost is attributable to the fact that there is a wide sport wristbands variety of marquees available.
A more conservative but nonetheless fun party outfit is bohemian. Bohemian is a hippy culture that has been around for a long time but one that has not lost its touch among lovers of rock music and live bands. In bohemian outfits, people wear vests, sandals, and clothing with patchworks. This type of clothing is not difficult to find because of its popularity. Whether one is having a nice time enjoying rock bands in Paris or in the US, the bohemian is an attractive party outfit.
If you"re worried about the facilities that you"re likely to find then make sure that you bring your own toilets. This may sound silly, but it"s now perfectly possible, thanks to the latest range of folding camping toilets.
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.
HONG KONG – The Central and Western districts of Hong Kong, including the city"s central business district, was littered with trash and debris after violent clashes erupted between protesters and police yesterday night.
The past weekend is the third consecutive week the city experienced chaos and violence. In the face of recent violent clashes in Hong Kong, the State Council"s Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office announced that a press conference will be held in the afternoon today.
Calm returned to the area by 6 am on Monday, but rubbish – including bottles, broken umbrellas and protesters" self-made weapons – could still be seen scattered along streets.
Metal barriers dismantled by protesters were discarded and piled onto the streets after police dispersed the crowds. Some traffic lights, road signs and street lamps were also destroyed.
In addition, bricks were pried off from the ground and soil from flower beds were dug up. Graffiti bearing offensive and vulgar language attacking the government were painted on the roads and walls of some buildings in the district.
Most of the rubbish was cleared away by 9 am.
Due to the lack of business and the rally happening in the area, a seafood product store on Wing Lok Street closed its door at around 3 pm on Sunday, several hours earlier than usual.
The store owner, Chan, told China Daily he hopes the city can return to calm again as soon as possible, adding the series of incidents made residents jittery.
Lam, the owner of a stationery store in the area, felt that the processions had a largely negative impact on his business. "I didn"t dare to open the door the whole day. There would have been no business even if I opened the store," he said, adding that he hoped that protestors and the government could reach a mutual understanding.
Sheung Wan resident Cheung, who did not dare go outside yesterday, also called for the processions and rallies to stop so that life could return to normal as soon as possible.
During yesterday"s clashes, police arrested at least 49 people for offences including unauthorized assembly and possession of offensive weapons. Sixteen people were injured during the incident.
On Monday morning, police severely condemned the illegal acts by a group of radical protestors who vandalized numerous government properties, set fires and attacked police officers with lethal weapons during yesterday"s protests.