Domaine Castagnier 2012-2013 Dinner at Noir

Domaine Castagnier 2012-2013 Dinner at Noir
Event on 2016-09-26 19:00:00
Jerome Castagnier is producing wines of exceptional style and precision. Since he took over from his father in 2007 the quality has rocketed and today he is on all the critics watch list. I have been telling you how good his wines are but we have had nothing in stock. Our 2012’s and 2013’s are almost here and I thought it would be a good opportunity to showcase these terrific Burgundies. You can see what all the fuss is about!   I have put together a dinner featuring 13 of Jerome’s reds. They run the full gamut from Bourgogne to Grand Cru. For those of you partial to Grand Crus there are 6 different to try!   Whether you have never tried the wines of Domaine Castagnier or are already a fan this dinner is a must-attend event.   The wines will be accompanied by a 4-course meal at one of our favourite restaurants – Noir – in Richmond. Click here to visit Noir's website.   The wine list:   Bourgogne Rouge 2013   Chambolle-Musigny 2013 Chambolle-Musigny 2012 Gevrey-Chambertin Cuvee Leon 2013 Gevrey-Chambertin 2012 Morey-St-Denis 1er Cru Aux Cheseaux 2013 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Les Cazetiers 2013 Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2013 Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2012 Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru 2013 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru 2013 Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru 2013 Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru 2012   Date: Monday 26 September 2016 Time: 7pm Venue: Noir, 175 Swan Street, Richmond 3121 Cost: 5.00 per person  

at Noir
175 Swan Street
Richmond, Australia

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How to Turn Your Idea(s) into a Business: Entrepreneur Training WORKSHOP

How to Turn Your Idea(s) into a Business: Entrepreneur Training WORKSHOP
Event on 2016-09-25 12:00:00
How to Turn Your Idea(s) into a Viable Business: Entrepreneur Training WORKSHOP Are you a budding entrepreneur? Interested in setting up your own business? Have no idea where to start? This workshop is a must: Delivered by a Tech Startup Founder: Mark Twain — 'The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The Challenge: Jack is in the middle of having a shower when all of a sudden he has a light bulb moment. He thinks he’s come up with the next big great fantabulous idea. However there’s a problem. Jack does not know where to start because he has no prior business knowledge or experience of owning or running a business. Even if Jack has experience of working in the corporate world, he needs help understanding the complex world of Startup businesses in a simple and concise way because the two worlds are extremely different. Interactive Workshop: At Refined Creatives, we believe in simplifying complex things We believe that the journey of transforming your idea into a viable business should be a simple, empowering and a great learning experience. We run interactive workshops that teach you the fundamentals of setting up and running your own business. We simplify and empower budding entrepreneurs to kick-start their journey in an efficient way. We teach skills like elevator (60 second) pitching, basics of protecting your ideas via intellectual property, where to find funding and free business support + coaching, the legal formats and basics of registering a business. How to analyse the viability of a business idea in 20 minutes without writing a 20 page business plan and many more. So Jack can jump straight out of the shower, book himself onto one of our workshops to empower himself with the skills, information and confidence to get started on his entrepreneurial journey. Overview: The objective of this practical workshop is to 1.       Foster and encourage an entrepreneurial culture among participants while 2.       Offering practical steps that can enable turn their ideas into reality. 3.       Engage participants to pitch, explore, analyse, review, test and receive critical feedback from peers or general public on their potential start-up business ideas. This workshop is aimed at budding entrepreneurs who are thinking about entrepreneurship as a career choice  What you will learn at this workshop How to pitch and sell an idea in 60 seconds (Elevator pitching) & in 1 line. How to Protect your ideas using Intellectual Property – Trademarks, Copyrights & Patents, NDA’s and more How to analyse the viability of any business idea in less than 20 minutes without writing a 20 page business plan. (Simple method developed at Stanford University) How to develop and create a strong brand identity that will make you stand out from your competition (hint-it’s not just a logo)  How to develop & articulately communicate your Unique Selling Proposition(s) (USP) (8 Frameworks) How to develop a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) to test your idea in order to minimise risk. Where & How to find funding options for your new business ideas (hint – it’s not through just Dragons Den or banks) Where & how to find free Business Mentors & Coaches and Legal advice How to find and build a strong Start-up Team. The team is key to your success. How to acquire those initial customers/clients – Customer acquisition channels The Legal formats and basics of Registering a Company Make new contacts from networking with other entrepreneurs Companies and Organisations that support entrepreneurs with ideas Get A copy of our Startup Ignition Kit (Sik) Material – A summary of all the information from the workshop, contacts, organisations, companies, individuals that will set you off on your entrepreneurial journey. The workshop is delivered by Simon Tefula – with a Legal & Management Consulting background, he's the Founder & CEO @ Refined Creatives – A Branding Agency focused on improving business performance. He also runs a Tech Fashion Startup called TRENDiPEOPLE currently being developed as part of the Natwest/KPMG Entrepreneurial Spark Accelerator based in Manchester. If you want to cover individual topics or have a 1 one 1 workshop or have any questions please feel free to get in touch at Simon@RefinedCreatives.com.  Early Bird Ticket £19.99, Standard Ticket £39.99.  VIP Ticket £160 with 2 inclusive one on one personalised coaching, planning & strategy advisory sessions to help you move your idea(s) forward. If you would like to have a personal 1on1 workshop session with me then please feel free to get in touch as I can do Skype sessions as well.  

at Rise London (Formerly the London Escalator)
1st Floor (through the bar) , 69-89 Mile End Road
London, United Kingdom

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Sole Assembly Raleigh 2016 Presented By Kicklahoma

Sole Assembly Raleigh 2016 Presented By Kicklahoma
Event on 2016-09-25 12:30:00
Sole Assembly, a premier sneaker, clothing, & "more" event. Taking place Sunday, Sept. 25th 2016 in Raleigh, NC. If you're looking to display your brand, or looking to purchase the latest in sneaker fashion this is the place to be. With over 25,000 Sq. Ft. of vendor space, concessions available and music provided by DJ Sami Automatic & DJ Forge. This is a family friendly event. Tickets can be purchased at the door day of event. Each Attendee is allowed up to 3 pairs of shoes to carry in. *NO EXCEPTIONS* Vendor info accessible at kicklahoma.bigcartel.com or soleassemblyshow@gmail.com

at Dorton Arena
1025 Blue Ridge Road
Raleigh, United States

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Class of 1976 Phoenix Central High School Reunion

Class of 1976 Phoenix Central High School Reunion
Event on 2016-10-22 17:00:00
There is nothing formal about this celebration – come ready to meet, mingle, play and reminisce about the good old days!  There will be great food, music, activities and all kinds of fun in the gardens at Ocotillo, a bitchin' new event venue and restaurant in central Phoenix.  Come as you are, not as you were!  See Facebook page for more details.  Weekend Agenda –  Friday – Check in at The Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak – Reduced rate available.  See Facebook for details.  https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_ei_new&eventID=15522606&utm_source=2549&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=82888325 Friday – Get-Together at Duck and Decanter 1651 East Camelback Road Phx. 6-9pm. Saturday – Golf Tournament – 8am Scottsdale Silverado Golf Club 7605 E. Indian Bend Rd Saturday – Tour of Central High School @4pm.   Saturday – Reunion Party at Ocotillo Restaurant 3243 N. 3rd Street Phx.  5-9pm Sunday – Make your own plans to visit with classmates  FAQs  What can/can't I bring to the event? Bring spouse, significant other, fellow classmate or teacher.  Bring yearbooks, photo albums or anything that will help us remember what we did between the years 1972-1976.    Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Contact Lisa MacCollum at lisa@lisamacstudio.com with questions or suggestions.   Send classmate contact details to Sheryl Silberman at etss49@outlook.com.   How can I make sure my photos and memories are shown at the event?Send your photos (no more than 2-3 jpeg in size) from Central High days to Mike Ricci at mmricci@yahoo.com  He is putting together videos to show.  Your contributions will make a great video and you'll be in the photos!   Facebook postings and general questions contact Julie Dodd Thomas at phxbobcats76@gmail.com or text to 949-439-2888. What should I wear? It no longer matters what you wear.  Be comfortable.  This is not an "after 5 event" or a pool party.  Anything else works.  Come as you are. How can I contribute to a class gift to Central High?   Make a donation at the event or on the Eventbright site.  If you make a donation of or more your name will be entered in a raffle to win a valuable prize.  All prizes are donated by classmates.   How may I donate a rafle gift to be given away at the event? If you have a talent to share, a product you make, or work for a company wanting to promote their services or products, think about donating something to be raffled off at the event.  Your donation will inspire our classmates to donate monies for a gift to Central High.  Contact Julie Dodd Thomas at 949-439-2888 or jdoddthomas@gmail with details.    Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Your registration or ticket is not transferrable.  Sorry. Can I update my registration information? Please update your information.  Contact Julie Dodd Thomas at jdoddthomas@gmail.com We'll try to hang on to it for the next reunion.   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Your name will be on a paid list so you don't have to remember your ticket or even where you put it!  What is the refund policy? There are no refunds for this event.    The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay? Use your new name or your Central High School days name.  Either way we will let you in the door.  If your name during high school is different then now….send Julie Dodd Thomas an email with both names so we can update our records.  jdoddthomas@gmail.com  

at Ocotillo
3243 N. 3rd Street
Phoenix, United States

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The Richies at the SCG test match (Day 2) AUSvPAK #Day2RichieDay

The Richies at the SCG test match (Day 2) AUSvPAK #Day2RichieDay
Event on 2017-01-04 08:00:00
Join The Richies for the Official Richie Benaud Day at the SCG. Honour the great man and cheer on the Aussies on Day 2 (Richie Day) of the New Years Test in Sydney. Over 18's only. When: 4th January – Day 2 (Richie Day) of the SCG Test The Richies package includes: Pre match function (brekky and drinks) Cricket ticket (silver) in The Richies bay for Day 2 of the test The Richies wig The Richies microphone The Richies song sheet Ch9 lapel sticker ‘Man make up’ (sunscreen) for that perfect bronze complexion You’ll need to find your own cream, bone, white, off-white, ivory or beige suit Dress Code:Full Richie uniform all day includes suit, shirt & tie, shoes, wig and microphone. (No thongs, no t-shirts, no shorts). Bring your sunnies Code of Conduct:We want to make sure we honour the great man in the right way, so please abide by our code of conduct.   FAQs How can I make sure i'm seated with my mates? Join a 'row' already set up by a friend, or set up your own 'row' & invite your mates to join you. How do I set up my own row? Click the 'Get Tickets' button, choose group (not individual), start a new group and name your group. Then invite friends (via email or Facebook) to join your group or row. All Richies in the same group (or row) will be sat together. Do I have to wear a suit? Absolutely! Being a Richie is a commitment to uphold the good character & fine dress standards of the great man himself. You’ll also have to wear a shirt & tie, long pants, wig and of course… your Microphone! If you want to wear a singlet & strap a watermelon to your head go for it. We’ll be in the bay next door high-fiving every time Warner hits a six. Where do I find a jacket?We recommend Vinnies, the Salvo’s & other op shops. Grandpas closet can also be a goldmine for such gems. Wherever you can basically… One industrious Richie even got one tailored on a recent trip to Vietnam. Does my suit have to match?No. It would be great if they all did, but you're fine to mix your bone jacket & off-white pants for your own Richie stylings. But please abide by the dress code. Is The Richies only for men?No, we've had lots of great female cricket fans join our ranks… but you've got to be prepared to wear a wig, shirt & tie, and suit (no skirts, shorts etc), and of course uphold the high standards of Richie Benaud. What can/can't I bring to the event?All you need is your stella Richie suit & you're ready to go. You'll need to abide by Cricket Australia's terms & conditions of entry so no BYO drinks or anti social behaviour Why Day 2?Because it’s Richie Day! Day 2 is often the best day of cricket as you usually get to see both teams in action bowling & batting. We like to cheer on all good cricket (from the Australians & visiting teams) so Day 2 is perfect. The fine print…No jacket, no ticket! Strict dress regulations apply!No anti social behaviour. Honour Richie Benaud, enjoy the cricket, & have a great day. In the event of rain or postponement you will only be entitled to a partial refund (up to 20-50%) if CA refunds due to limited play.

at Sydney Cricket Ground
Driver Avenue
Sydney, Australia

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Don’t Go Into The Cellar presents: Murder by Gaslight

Don’t Go Into The Cellar presents: Murder by Gaslight
Event on 2016-10-08 19:30:00
A ghoulish audience with two of the most infamous poisoners in British history – William Palmer and Harvey Crippen. We invite you to encounter these murderous men of medicine as the diabolical  doctors regale you with their case histories, and invite you to judge for yourselves whether they  were in fact, guilty as charged! Formed in 2010, Don't Go Into The Cellar! remains the British Empire's finest practitioners of  theatrical Victoriana in a macabre vein. The company is based in the heart of the West Midlands, and the region has links with some of the greatest Victorian and  Edwardian genre writers. Practical info: We are a city centre venue and parking can be in short supply.  If you are driving, please make sure you leave plenty of time to find a space click here for a map of where the nearest parking spaces can be found. We recommend Kings Park Road car park:We are about 10 minutes walk from Southampton City Centre train station (head up the hill toward the Guildhall clock tower) and on the route for most city centre buses (the Unilink U1 stops virtually outside.) Do you have a question about coming to this event?  Please click here for a list of our event FAQs Click here to go to The Art House what's on page    Accessibility info:- Events are generally suitable for adults, young people and older children – children must be accompanied by an adult at all times, however. Young children are also welcome to come along but be aware some poems and songs may contain adult content (although we try to keep these until after children have left!) Most events are held on our first floor, accessible by a wide staircase with a sturdy banner. Comformatable seating is provided.  We regret that, due to space and other constraints, we are generally unable to relocate our events to the ground floor for those who require ground level access – so sorry. FAQs Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? Events are open to all ages unless otherwise stated, however please note that our mission is to provide creative activity primarily to adults, therefore most of our programme is aimed at 16 years and over.  Performances may include stronger language. Life drawing classes are open to over 18s only. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Please click here for details of how to find us. What can/can't I bring to the event?Please don't bring your own food or drink to The Art House. Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?The best way is by email to info@thearthousesouthampton.co.uk Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?If you have a smartphone, we prefer that you save paper and show us your ticket on a phone. What is the refund policy?Tickets are not refundable unless the event is cancelled. The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?As long as the person making the booking is with you, that's fine.  All bookings for events are subject to our Terms and Conditions which can be viewed here.

at The Art House Southampton CIC
178 Above Bar Street
Southampton, United Kingdom

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Pop Life! Celebrating the Music of Prince

Pop Life! Celebrating the Music of Prince
Event on 2016-10-02 20:00:00
Doors Open: 7:00 PM | Show Starts: 8:00 PM
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Music Hall Box Office: 37 John Street (843-853-2252)

After a thrilling, SOLD OUT performance of Nothing Compares 2 U: A Tribute 2 Prince at the historic Charleston Music Hall, Charlton Singleton and Friends RETURN for PART TWO! Pop Life! Celebrating the Music of Prince promises to be another show-stopping night of music and love celebrating one of the most recognizable and iconic mega superstars of our time, Prince Rogers Nelson. Join Charlton, Quiana Parler, and newly named Poet Laureate of Charleston Marcus Amaker as they lead the Superfunkacalifragisexy Tribute Band through PART TWO of what was and will again be an amazing night of energy, artistry, and of course…LOVE!

Charlton Singleton – Vocal

Quiana Parler – Vocal

Marcus Amaker – Princely Knowledge and Vocal

Timothy Smalls – Drums

LaVanta Green – Bass

Greg Loney – Guitar

Stephen Washington – Keys

Calvin Baxter II – Keys

Mike Brown – Hammond Organ

Mark Sterbank – Tenor Sax

Michael Quinn – Tenor Sax

Christopher Williams – Alto Sax

Demetrius Doctor – Trombone

Charlton Singleton

Charlton Singleton was born on January 7, 1971, the youngest of the three children of the Rev. Charles and Jeanette Singleton, both in education, of Awendaw, South Carolina. He is a true child of the Lowcountry in that he grew up in a close-knit village and was heavily influenced by the forces he was exposed to in his community’s church, Greater Zion AME Church where his late grandfather, Edward Singleton, also known to everyone there as Big Daddy, was a stalwart member and spiritual leader.

Charlton attended Mamie P. Whitesides Elementary, Laing Middle and Wando High schools. He went on to attend the Berklee College of Music and South Carolina State College from which he graduated in 1994 with a degree in music performance. His life has always been awash in music. It was always present in his home growing up. His grandfather sat him on his knee and sang to him, just like he did his other 54 grandchildren. Once again, Charlton is the youngest. “It was the ‘Jump, Baby Jump Song’,” he told writer Jack McCray. “Ask anyone of my relatives that are close to my age or older if they remember that, and they WILL start singing it.” By the time he was in middle school, he was a multi-instrumentalist. He had mastered the piano, violin, and cello and trumpet, his primary instrument today.

Charlton has emerged in the last several years as the face of jazz performance in the Lowcountry. After long stints in various small ensembles playing many styles of popular music, he became conductor and artistic director of the Charleston Jazz Orchestra, a 20-piece aggregation at the vanguard of jazz in South Carolina today that arose from the prototypical Charlton Singleton Orchestra in March of 2008.

He enjoys tremendous stature and fame as a result. His likeness is emblazoned on promotional materials everywhere all the time and he is among the most widely covered performers by media outlets. His high energy, music-in-motion image graced the cover of Charleston Magazine’s November issue, its first-ever edition devoted to music. Thousands have seen him perform in churches, concert halls, clubs, on recordings and in films where he delights them with a magical, versatile artistry that dazzles like a diamond in the sun.

He is also a prominent educator, providing private lessons and having taught in local school districts where his reputation is legendary. Charlton’s presence, on and off the stage, is luminescent. It shines brightly everywhere, all the time. He lives in North Charleston with his wife, Mary Jo, and two children Shalamar Boyd and D’Marcus Boyd. He is a board member of Jazz Artists of Charleston where he serves as vice president. No other individual has done more in the Lowcountry recently than Charlton to further the history and legacy of jazz music in South Carolina. His work, the light of his life, burnishes the lives of all who encounter him and it appears to be poised to go on forever.

Quiana Parler

A native of Charleston, South Carolina. Quiana Parler began her professional career singing for Calvin Gilmore of the “The Carolina Opry”. After years of being one of the most sought after vocalists in South Carolina Low Country, in 2003 she parlayed a placement in the Top 48 of season two of the Fox hit American Idol into the gig she is most known to Triangle audiences for: touring vocalist with American Idol’s Clay Aiken. In addition to touring with Aiken, she has shared the stage with a diverse array of national artists ranging from Keith Sweat to Kelly Clarkson. She can be heard on albums by Clay Aiken, Bianca Ryan and Renee Olstead, and has recorded with some of the industry’s most respected producers: Walter Afanasieff and David Foster. She has performed on Saturday Night Live, The View, NBC’s Today Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Good Morning America, Tyra and numerous other national television programs. After years on the road, Quiana has returned home to Charleston, SC and assembled an incredible group of players and singers chosen from the top tier of South Carolina’s musical elite. This is a exciting and interactive band, but also a group with deep-rooted musical sophistication. Their song list is extremely diverse, featuring the musical history of the past 50 years.

Quiana Parler and Friends travels all across the USA and abroad for weddings, corporate and social clients, entertaining folks who just want to have fun. Quiana’s high powered musical/performance band has captured rave reviews with their raw energy and endless enthusiasm. Quiana has taken the crowd-pleasing formula of her professional experience and combined it with a soul-stirring band for a combination that’s simply outstanding. From Jazz, Pop, R&B, to Rock & Roll this is one band you don’t want to miss! Quiana has performed for: Benefit Focus, Roper Xavier Hospital, The Duchess of York, Berkeley Electric Cooperative, DART, Baker Motor Company, Piccolo Spoleto, Morris Nissan, Moja Arts Festival, & many more.

Marcus Amaker

Marcus Amaker is an award-winning web designer, graphic designer, videographer, musician and author. He started a design business in 2011 after 12 years in journalism, including three years as editor of the Post and Courier‘s weekly arts newspapers, Preview and Charleston Scene.

As a designer, he’s created logos, websites and videos for many nonprofit organizations, artists, restaurants and entrepreneurs. His clients include the City of Charleston, Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston Regional Alliance of the Arts, Gaillard Center, Stars Restaurant, Jazz Artists of Charleston, Poet Laureate of South Carolina Marjory Wentworth, American Cancer Society, Carolina Youth Development Center, Open Space Alliance in Brooklyn, NY and more.

As a musician, his albums can be found on iTunes, Spotify and other digital music services. He recently released a spoken word/jazz album, “The New Foundation,” with Grammy nominated drummer and producer Quentin E. Baxter.

As an author, Marcus has toured the country and performed for national TV. His poems can be found in several volumes, including “Home Is Where: An Anthology of African American Poetry from the Carolinas,” “Seeking: Poetry and Prose Inspired by the Art of Jonathan Green” and “My South: A People, A Place, A World of Its Own.” He’s published 6 books of poetry. As a spoken word poet, he’s performed for the MOJA, Piccolo Spoleto, Spoleto and North Charleston Arts festivals. In 2015, Marcus was interviewed for A&E’s “Shining a Light” TV special.

Marcus’ sixth collection, “Mantra,” combines poetry, photography and graphic design. “Mantra” is also an app, available for iPhone and Android devices.

at The Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, United States

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An Investigative Resource for the HR Professional

An Investigative Resource for the HR Professional
Event on 2016-10-12 07:30:00
Program Announcement"An Investigative Resource for HR Professionals"Wednesday, October 12, 2016Location: UW Oshkosh Alumni Welcome and Conference Center 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Registration / Networking – Breakfast Included8:00 a.m. Announcements8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Program Pending approval for 1.5 general credits toward PHR/SPHR Recertification from the Human Resource Certification Institute SHRM PDC(s): 1.5 (pending)  Oshkosh Area SHRM is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. Presentation Description: This program will address how to vet a reputable P.I. company, expectation of fees, and services offered.  Details will be provided related to Fraud/Internal Theft, Background Investigations, Workplace Violence Threat Assessments, and how surveillance is used to augment internal investigations.  Particular focus will be on mitigating risk in various scenarios.  Attendees will have an opportunity to pose specific scenarios and get feedback from Investigator Russell, who has over 24 years of law enforcement, investigative, and corporate security-related experience. Speaker(s): Julie Russell is the founder of DIVERSIFIED investigations, llc and the V.P. of Operations, actively working cases as a private investigator. Julie retired from the City of Appleton Police Department where she served the citizens of Appleton for nearly 12 years.  In the last eight years with Appleton, she served as a Drug Investigator with the Lake Winnebago-Area Metropolitan Enforcement Group/Drug Unit, as well as a White Collar Crimes Investigator.  Julie, a Senior Sergeant, spearheaded hundreds of investigations related to white-collar crimes, and specialized in the investigation of identity theft and crimes over the Internet.  Julie was nominated for Officer of the Year in 1997 and 1998, and received the Distinguished Service Award on May 14, 1997 for “Outstanding Performance of Drug Enforcement Duties and the Relentless Pursuit of Criminals in the Fox Valley.” Beyond policing, Julie has worked in the private investigations/security sector for 14 years.  Julie specializes in Workplace Violence Threat Assessments, Worker’s Compensation Fraud, FMLA Abuse, Internal Theft, Corporate Compliance, and General Investigations requiring her exceptional interviewing skills. Julie donates her time as an adjunct instructor and subject matter expert for the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C, http://www.nw3c.org/) and with them has instructed the Financial Records Examination and Analysis (FREA) class. Julie has lectured extensively to local groups on the following topics: ABC’s of Backgrounds BSA and Money Laundering Detecting Fraud Deterring Fraud Identity Theft Internal Fraud: It Can Happen to You Interviewing Skills Investigative Issues for the Paralegal Security Risk Assessment Guidelines Practical Approaches to the Use of Outside Investigators in the Private Sector Practical Approaches for the Use of Private Investigators The Business of Private Investigations Why Employees Steal When Julie is able to find “spare time,” she enjoys golfing, traveling, and gardening. Cost: .00 Members / .00 Non Members / Free to Student Members / Student Non Members

at La Sure’s Banquet Hall
3125 S. Washburn St.
Oshkosh, United States

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University of Dubuque Live at Heritage Center presents: The Second City “Free Speech While Supplies Last”

University of Dubuque Live at Heritage Center presents: The Second City “Free Speech While Supplies Last”
Event on 2016-09-17 19:30:00
Chicago’s legendary sketch and improv comedy theater returns to UD with an irreverent look at America’s electoral insanity just in time for the 2016 Presidential election. This topical new show features political satire made famous by Second City stars like Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert and Keegan-Michael Key, as well as brand new scenes, songs and improv straight from their sold out shows in Chicago and Toronto. This must-see evening of comedy features some of Chicago’s best and brightest. Fresh, fast and always spectacularly funny, The Second City celebrates nearly six decades of producing cutting-edge satirical revues and continues to launch careers of comedy superstars. www.secondcity.com

Cyber Café Knapp Stage Pre-Show Concert 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.

For more information contact the Farber Box Office at 563.585.7469 or visit us at www.dbq.edu/heritagecenter.
Location: 2255 Bennett St., Dubuque, IA 52001

at University of Dubuque Heritage Center
2255 Bennett St.
Dubuque, United States

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O’Malley’s Embarrassing Confessions Tour- Nashville

O’Malley’s Embarrassing Confessions Tour- Nashville
Event on 2016-09-30 18:00:00
———————-Presented by Veteran Entertainment Television- entertainment for us, by us.——————– Come witness Combat Veteran Comedy that's so vile it makes pu$ $ ies, liberals, and the clergy- vomit and run home crying to mommy. Those who've seen the ugliness of war prefer a special brand of humor which-thanks to people who judge us- is usually only reserved for group text messages with close friends. F!@$ that, I'm bringin' our humor to the stage because when we're done laughing hysterically, we're gonna realize there's nothing wrong with us. We are America's finest, who happen to use dark humor to get through the day. For your viewing pleasure I'm going to re-enact death by skullf@$ king, my near overdose on ectasy, my award winning attempt to nail a combat reporter, jerking off in Afghan porta sh!tters, how to smell a blonde woman's hair in Afghanistan, the funny ways we react when we kill civilians by mistake, the ridiculous ways we react when our guys get hurt, my tendency to prematurely ejaculate on hot girls by mistake (kind of), my Tinder exploits, the pathetic ways that I strike out when hitting on hot girls, and the awesome ways I blow it when girls hit on me. In the end you'll all feel a bit better about your lives because I'm going to tell you the most embarrassing parts of mine. You may know me as a Marine Officer, a public speaker, a non-profit founder, and activist for suicide prevention, but you really don't know sh!t about me until you've seen this show. If you come to this show with combat related demons, be prepared for an exorcism. 1800- Meet and greet with other vets 1940- Quick video/speech to the crowd 2000- Show time in hall This show is for 21 and UP!  We highly recommend that you avoid this show if you are capable of getting offended. Tickets are available for a donation of your choosing, I've funded this comedy tour with my own money and without sponspors because I refuse to water down the raunchiness. Books and other items will also be available for purchase prior and after the show.                   Descripton of Donny's Bestselling Book, "Embarrassing Confessions of a Marine Lieutenant." A Marine Infantry Officer confesses his lust for killing and f@#king everything in sight, his desire to beat his boss's face in and frag the battalion staff, his willingness to risk Afghan civilians in order to save Marines, his burning desire to win a game of gay chicken at all costs, his personal mission to nail the combat reporter who joined his unit, his sexual arousal at the sight of ED (Enemy Death), and his inability to take serious things seriously; while planning and executing the last combat operation of his deployment in Afghanistan; a nighttime helicopter raid named, Operation Branding Iron Part 2.1A. (Continued from National Geographic's "Battlefield Afghanistan")  This is undoubtedly the most honest and raw account of an Officer's thoughts and actions during combat that has ever been written. After publishing this book, Donny O'Malley's job options are now reduced to low level sales and day labor construction. It is still unclear how he ever made it out of the Marines without court martial.  Senior officer's will slam him, military historians will be shocked, and all civilians will be 100% certain he's psychotic.  Fortunately, the book is written for the opposite of those mentioned above. It’s written for Enlisted guys.  Officers who are brave enough to read will either cry themselves to sleep, jerk themselves off to Donny's picture, or will ask their buddies to write them up for an award with V for having the moral courage to finish the book.  "My moto boner is still raging strong and I read this book three days ago. I'm certain that my d!kk is going to explode, and I really don't care, because this book was that f@#king good."-Marine I served with.  "858-555-5555- Hey bro that's my wife's phone number. You can f@#k her whenever you want, just wear a condom and try not to blow anywhere near the face. I understand mistakes happen, but do your best. Thanks for writing the book, I really needed that." -Marine I never served with  "Just wanted to say that your book is cracking me up. I think the people on the subway think I'm nuts because I can't stop uncontrollably laughing. I think I crack up because I know your jabroni a$ $ and know that the sh!t you write about that is going on in your head is true, no bullsh!t. You are completely f@#ked up, in the good way. If people were to question if you were making this up I could say that it's no bullsh!t because I spent enough time with you to know that you beat off 10 times a day. I slept above you on ship and heard you beating d!kk all the time. F@#k it, what man doesn't beat off constantly?  It's raw and honest. Like you said, as professional as all of us try to be (officers especially) deep down we are f@#kin animals, neanderthals who just love pu$ $ y and talking about sucking d!kk, in a gay way, and when we get the chance, killing bad guys. Anyone who denies that, other than maybe the Col, is a f@#kin liar…….PS-your description of Major Dyce is spot on… f@#kin moron. Someone should have blew him up." -Lieutenant I served with.  A message from the author-  This book is a reach-around to all enlisted, and a F@#K YOU to every Officer who has ever written a politically correct, full-of-sh!t, “I’m a great leader,” book about combat. Every single one of those f!@king jerkoffs wrote a book for civilians that not a single enlisted guy ever gave two-shits about.  The truth is that Marines love killing more than they love pu$ $ y; they fantasize about mowing down insurgents with a 240 on post while 70 virgins take turns blowing them.This is who we are, and I’m sick and tired of nerdy a$ $ book writers hiding our reality from the public. F@#k the public, they’ll judge us and say we’re psychotic until they watch an ISIS beheading video, and then they'll beg us to come out of our cage to fight the bad guys. At which time we’ll head to the front line of evil and kill them all with a smile.  Enjoy the read my brothers, this one's for you.

at American Legion Post 82
3204 GALLATIN ROAD
Nashville, United States

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