LEARN SALSA! SalsaCrazy Mondays Salsa Dance Lessons, Salsa Bachata Party

LEARN SALSA! SalsaCrazy Mondays Salsa Dance Lessons, Salsa Bachata Party
Event on 2017-07-03 18:30:00
Salsa Dance Party – This Monday (FREE TICKETS FOR FAST MOVERS).
A rare open house, and salsa dance class at San Francisco's crazyiest Monday Night. .Fun and Social, Step by Step dance lessons – you'll LOVE IT.

Come help us celebrate with a great beginners lesson, and dancing all night long. Woohoo!
Doors at 6:30p, Beginning SALSA Dance Lessons at 7p! No partner and no experience required.
Learn to Dance SALSA Mondays! It's the very first class – step by step.
-> FREE TICKETS ARE FOR BRAND NEW STUDENTS ONLY (CAN ONLY BE USED ONCE), AND MUST BE IN CLUB BEFORE 6:45 (Doors at 6:30)! (Learn to Dance! Free tickets are for people new to dancing, to experience a short, fun salsa dance lesson (and a night of dancing).
Learn Salsa at 7p with a FUN hour dance lessons for BEGINNERS, and then join us for both Salsa and Bachata Dancing. ALL NIGHT. Huge, fantastic and fun party!
Come and join – suitable for beginners. Invite your friends, share, and get ready for a great, fun dance night!
It all happens on THIS Monday, SalsaCrazy Mondays at the Neck of the Woods, 406 Clement Street, SF, 21+. No partner or experience required for lessons.
Dancing ALL NIGHT after lessons – super fun! Plan on it. (Dancing starts at 8:30p)

at Neck of the Woods
406 Clement Street
San Francisco, United States

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Lansdale Auto Group Brings Colossal Entertainment to Montgomeryville!

Lansdale Auto Group Brings Colossal Entertainment to Montgomeryville!
Event on 2017-06-23 10:00:00
Montgomeryville, colossal entertainment cruising your way! On Friday, June 23, 2017 to Sunday, June 25, 2017, check out what the excitement is all about when the legendary Ram sponsored monster truck, Raminator rolls into Lansdale Auto Group located at 710 Bethlehem Pike, Montgomeryville, PA 18936. Friday, June 23, 2017 and Saturday, June 24, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sunday, June 25, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., guests of all ages are invited to see how they measure up against the towering 5’5’’ tires, meet the talent behind the wheel and receive an autograph and take a photo with a member of the Hall Brothers Racing team.

Fans can also bring their junker to be crushed and receive a ,000 trade in allowance. Fans can contact Lansdale Auto Group prior to this event to be eligible for this offer.

Since 2002, two of the most iconic and most feared opponents in monster truck racing have been sponsored by the Ram Truck brand—Raminator and Rammunition. In December 2014, Raminator and Driver Mark Hall broke the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® record for the Fastest Speed for a Monster Truck, hitting a record speed of 99.10 miles per hour.

For more information on the Ram Monster Truck lineup, visit www.Raminator.com.

at Lansdale Auto Group
710 Bethlehem Pike
Montgomeryville, United States

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Girlfriend Priceline Pharmacy Model Search is coming to Perth

Girlfriend Priceline Pharmacy Model Search is coming to Perth
Event on 2017-07-01 09:00:00
The 27th annual Girlfriend Priceline Pharmacy Model Search arrives in Perth on Saturday 1 July from 9am at Westfield Carousel.

The Girlfriend Priceline Pharmacy Model Search stands as Australia’s most esteemed modelling initiative, launching the careers of some of Australia’s most celebrated modelling faces including Samantha Harris, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Catherine McNeil, Alyssa Sutherland and Ruby Rose.

Australian model and former Girlfriend Model Search finalist, Samantha Harris will join the campaign as a judge alongside Girlfriend editor Tamara Davis, Priceline Pharmacy marketing manager Allana May, and Chic Management’s Ursula Hufnagl.

As Australia’s number one teen magazine brand searches the nation to uncover fresh talent, all teenage girls aged 13 years and over are encouraged to attend the roadshow at Westfield Carousel.

Saturday, 1 July 2017

Westfield Carousel, Perth
1382 Albany Hwy, Cannington

Samantha Harris (Girlfriend Model Search alum); Tamara Davis (Editor, Girlfriend); Ursula Hufnagl (Chic Management); Allana May (Priceline Pharmacy)

9am: Entries open
1-1.30pm: State finalists announced

Every teen who attends the Girlfriend Priceline Pharmacy Model Search roadshow will receive a complimentary goodie bag, have the chance to take part in prize giveaways, “shop” the Priceline Pharmacy pop up for freebies, and get the opportunity to meet Samantha Harris and other celebrity guests.

For the first time, the 2017 Girlfriend Priceline Pharmacy Model Search will host a competition for girls who live outside Australia’s five capital cities to win the chance to be flown to their nearest state roadshow and be first in line to meet the judges. The prize will include return flights for the winner and their guardian from their nearest regional airport, a night’s accommodation in the roadshow capital city, a Priceline Pharmacy gift card and a VIP spot in the roadshow queue. The competition is now open and closes 18 June, with entries via the Girlfriend website.

Tamara Davis, editor, Girlfriend says, “I’m so excited for this incredible journey. From Cannington to Coral Bay, meeting the passionate, confident and vibrant Girlfriend audience is the highlight of my year.”

The overall winner of the 2017 Girlfriend Priceline Model Search will receive:
– A two-year contract with Chic Management and a four night trip to New York or London to meet with NEXT Model Management;
– The money can’t buy opportunity to appear on a flip cover of Girlfriend magazine;
– An exclusive appearance in two fashion shoots for Girlfriend magazine;
– A prize pack from Priceline Pharmacy valued up to ,000

About Priceline Pharmacy:

Priceline Pharmacy is Australia’s leading beauty and health store for women. Priceline Pharmacy’s first store opened in Victoria more than 30 years ago and today there are 450 Priceline and Priceline Pharmacy stores nationally. Priceline’s Sister Club has over 6.7 million members, making it Australia’s largest health and beauty loyalty program. Priceline Pharmacy also supports charity partners through the Priceline Sisterhood Foundation – an initiative developed to support women and their families. Priceline Pharmacy is a sponsor of the Adelaide Thunderbirds, the Western Bulldogs AFLW and the Sydney Sixers Women’s team.

at Westfield Carousel, WA
1382 Albany Hwy, Cannington
Perth, Australia

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Event on 2017-07-14 20:00:00

You’ve heard our name, you’ve seen our records, our t-shirts and our stickers. We’re probably the favorite band of someone you know and yet maybe we’re still a mystery to you. Well my friend, that’s okay, you’re at the right place to get to know the greatest rock-n-roll band in the world, The Supersuckers.

And the next time you see the ‘Supersuckers’ name, whether it’s in the record store, online somewhere, or on the marquee at your local rock club, know that there’s some quality, honest, ass-kicking, hard working individuals behind it all trying to make your life a little better through the “Evil Powers Of Rock-n-Roll” (and the occasional detour into the country music, of course) and we’d love nothing better than to have you there with us as! Just remember to wear clean underwear, because we’re gonna rock your pants right off of you.

– Eddie Spaghetti, Rock Guy
The Supersuckers

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The greatest American underground rock band of the last 25 years…
– Classic Rock Magazine (2014)

One of the few outfits that can call itself “The World’s Greatest Rock ’n’ Roll Band!” and actually get away with it, the Supersuckers eat Marshall stacks and cowboy hats and s**t out high-volume ass-kickery, Motörheading country music and Willie Nelsoning garage-punk better than virtually anyone else, ever.
– Philadelphia Weekly

If you don’t like the Supersuckers, you don’t like Rock-N-Roll.
-Lemmy Kilmister from Motorhead

They played my birthday party. They rock!
-Eddie Vedder from Pearl Jam

Every time I hear the word ‘Supersucker,’ I’m reminded of an older gentleman who went into the strip bar and the hooker c’m dancing up to him and said ‘Superpussy!’ and he said ‘Soup, please.’
-Willie Nelson

Supersuckers…I love the Supersuckers, our whole band loves you guys!
-Robin Zander from Cheap Trick

The Supersuckers understand that great rock and great country are, at least on a spiritual level, exactly the same thing. Rock on, boys.
-Steve Earle

The Supersuckers rock ferociously whenever they feel like it and what really matters is ending this sentence with an exclamation point!
-Little Steven Van Zandt, E Street Band, Little Steven’s Underground Garage

Supersuckers… Everyone knows the Supersuckers
-Elijah Wood (SXSW 2008)

The Supersuckers are hands down one of the best rock n roll bands around today!
-Jim Heath, Reverend Horton Heat

Stop listening to the radio and buy a Supersuckers CD, fool!
-Mike Ness

What type of music does the SUPERSUCKERS play ?. Its called Rock n Roll. What do they do live? Put on a rock show, and they do it better than the rest. I NEVER tire of their music and the Supersuckers are the bands that will make me get up off my ass to go see live and stand in up front in the crowd the whole show…. SUPERSUCKERS are THE Rock Band.
-Riki Rachtman

The Supersuckers do NOT super suck!
-Bam Margera

Everytime I go skateboarding I always rock the Supersuckers in my iPod…

Supersuckers! The hardest working Rock N Roll band in America. I know this because they are in my town every other month in a van. I get tired just watching them. I’m not worthy to be in a rock band! I quit!!!!!
-Kevin from Lit/Good Man Down

The Supersuckers kick ass. If you want to see a real rock n’ roll band, do not miss them.
-Randy Gibbs from the US Ski Team

at Jack Rabbits
1528 Hendricks Avenue
Jacksonville, United States

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HIPAA Training for the Business Associate

HIPAA Training for the Business Associate
Event on 2017-08-23 10:00:00
Training Options Duration: 90 Minutes Wednesday, August 23, 2017 | 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT Overview: The objectives of this course will be to go over the specific risks associated with business associates as it relates to HIPAA compliance. I will uncover myths versus reality as it relates to this very enigmatic law based on over 1000 risk assessments performed as well as years of experience in dealing directly with the Office of Civil Rights HIPAA auditors. Times have changed and unfortunately many businesses are losing clients or unable to get new clients due to problems with their compliance program or lack of a compliance program. I will explain real life scenarios as well as best practices and excellent resources you can use to get your house in order before it's too late. I will speak on specific experiences from over 17 years in working as an outsourced compliance auditor, expert witness on multiple HIPAA cases, and thoroughly explain how patients are now able to get cash remedies for wrongful disclosures of private health information and how this ALSO applies to business associates. More importantly I will show you how to limit those risks by simply taking proactive steps and utilizing best practices. Why should you Attend: Protect your businessBusiness associates are now required to comply directly with the HIPAA legislationMany businesses are losing clients or unable to get clients because of compliance issues We will be discussing the changes taking place in Washington, DC with the Health and Human Services in relating to business associates and the importance of getting in front of this law rather than waiting until it's too late. I will also be discussing factors might cause an unwanted visit or letter from the Office of Civil Rights and how to prepare for the audit and deal with the Feds – In addition, we will discuss the dangers and liability under HIPAA for being sued. These day's trial attorney's pose a higher risk than the Federal government. Areas Covered in the Session:Updates for 2017What to do if a client requires more than just a signed Business Associate AgreementHow to properly address risks in writingFinesPolicy and ProcedurePortable DevicesNIST Risk AssessmentBreach NotificationPaperwork that needs to be UpdatedRisk Factors Who Will Benefit:Any Business Associates who work with Medical Practices or Hospitals (i.e. Billing Companies, Transcription Companies, IT Companies, Answering Services, Home Health, Coders, Attorneys, etc) Speaker Profile Brian L Tuttle, CPHIT, CHP, CBRA, Net+, A+, CCNA, MCP is a Certified Professional in Health IT (CPHIT), Certified HIPAA Professional (CHP), Certified Business Resilience Auditor (CBRA) with over 15 years’ experience in Health IT and Compliance Consulting. Mr. Tuttle has worked all of those 15 years with MAG Mutual Healthcare Solutions and is now Senior Compliance Consultant and IT Manager with InGauge Healthcare Solutions (previously named MAG Mutual Healthcare Solutions). Almost all of Brian’s clients are earned by referral with little or no advertising. Brian is well known and highly regarded in medical circles throughout the United States . Price: 9.00 Contact Info:Netzealous -MentorHealthPhone No: 1-800-385-1607Fax: 302-288-6884 Email: support@mentorhealth.comWebsite: http://www.mentorhealth.com/ http://www.mentorhealth.com/control/w_product/~product_id=801043LIVE/?ticketleap.com_Aug_2017_SEO General Admission – 9.00

at Online event
Online Event
Fremont, United States

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“Steamworks: The Musical”

“Steamworks: The Musical”
Event on 2017-06-30 20:00:00
Steamworks: The Musical — The Bawdy Bathhouse Comedy Is Back

The popular Annoyance Theatre comedy Steamworks: The Musical is coming back — with fun new songs and some outrageous new characters! This singing and dancing extravaganza tells the hilarious story of a wide-eyed young man who moves to the Windy City seeking love … and instead stumbles into a legendary bathhouse, where his mind is blown by the colorful cast of characters who hang out there. Will he meet the man of his dreams? Or will all his hunky hopes disappear in a puff of bathhouse steam? Find out in in this fun-filled revival of Steamworks: The Musical at The Annoyance Theatre & Bar.

at The Annoyance Theatre & Bar
851 West Belmont Avenue
Chicago, United States

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Event on 2017-07-14 00:00:00
Leading independent knitting magazine Pom Pom Quarterly is celebrating its 5th Anniversary with a birthday bash, Pomfest, in London this July. Pomfest will be held at Studio Spaces, Shadwell, a renovated factory that will be transformed into a marketplace of the finest knitting yarns, a lecture series by international guest speakers, and a place to gather, eat, and knit a few rows, all in the company of good friends. Festivities will kick off with a city-wide Knit Night, taking place simultaneously at London's best yarn shops, including headline sponsors and prestigious yarn store Loop. The Pomfest marketplace will host indie yarn producers and dyers from all over the world. Making the trip from Canada will be Viola Yarns, popular European brands La Bien Aimee and Dandelion Yarns, plus closer to home favourites such as John Arbon Textiles, Coop Knits, and many more! Pomfest's lecture series sees celebrated author and yarn connoisseur Clara Parkes making the trip from the US. Also on the timetable will be Pom Pom designers Bristol Ivy, Julia Farwell-Clay, Thea Colman, and Veera Valimaki, plus hand-dyer and wool adventurer Emily Foden. Bring your dancing shoes for Friday night as the talk space will transform with a live version of the magazine's podcast, followed by a DJ set by John Arbon (from the Devon spinning mill of the same name!). The knitty and witty monthly show, known as Pomcast has an international audience and over 5k downloads per episode. Hosted by editor Lydia Gluck and Pom pal Sophie Scott, each show brings together news, reviews, and interviews, with plenty of puns and entertaining chat to keep you in stitches! There will be delicious food courtesy of Kerb, specialists in street food, and the menu will certainly feature a cocktail or two as well! Pom Pom was started by friends Meghan Fernandes and Lydia Gluck, as they sought to create the magazine that they wanted to read. Something that would present knitting, and craft in the modern, beautiful, and meaningful way that they always knew it should be. Five years later, Pom Pom is stocked in over 350 locally-owned yarn and craft stores across four continents and 20 countries, with a loyal readership of over 30k knitters. This summer also sees the release of a bumper anniversary issue to coincide with their birthday festivities. The magazine is also revisiting their premiere issue and publishing a spruced-up edition of the original, destined to be a collector's item for any knitter.

at Studio Spaces E1
Unit 2, 110 Pennington Street
City of London, United Kingdom

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Discover THE Biggest Network Marketing Opportunity in the UK Today

Discover THE Biggest Network Marketing Opportunity in the UK Today
Event on 2017-07-08 10:30:00
You must have noticed that more than ever there are millions of network marketers representing thousands of network marketing companies vying for your attention. And for good reason. According to an article on Forbes, the Network Marketing industry is poised for explosive growth and is increasingly looking likely to be one of the most significant solutions to the current retirement savings crisis in America and Europe (and elsewhere globally). So at some point you decide that it could be the right solution for you too. But not so fast! You need to do your homework first. Obviously, not all opportunities are equal, and you don’t want to jump from company to company looking for the right one, or worse have a bad experience that spoils everything. We've all seen the pattern. You see posts on Facebook from friends who have joined a new company, then months later, that same person is advertising a new product with another company. Don’t fall into this! You're going to need to know the company you are partnering up with inside and out before you start working with them. Seriously – the company you choose will either break you or make you, and possibly your reputation too. So if you're wondering "is there a company out there that really knows how to do Network Marketing well?" or "what should I be aware of or looking out for to help me choose wisely?" – then this event is for you! In this huge free-to-attend event you will meet inspiring entrepreneurs and discover key changes that have reshaped the world in recent years that change the way network marketing is done. You'll hear specific details on a list of things you should be looking for before joining any Network Marketing company. If any of these pieces are missing, your response should be, “NEXT!” Keep looking. Event Location: The event will take place at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Birmingham city centre. Start time: 10:30 – Registration10:45 – Take your seats for the keynote presentation 12:00 – Lunch break – grab a bite in one of the many eateries in or around the centre13:00 – Markets and Products update – learn what the trends and happenings are!14:30 – Recognition – celebration of the latest Million Dollar Circle Members!16:00 – Main event ends – networking and photo opportunities17:00 – Social – join us for drinks and further networking at Strada (inside the ICC) Any questions contact your hosts Darren on 07982644911 or Veni on 07916535383 – We look forward to seeing you there.

at International Convention Centre
Broad Street
Birmingham, United Kingdom

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Event on 2017-07-03 20:00:00
Transit Blues


The road, literally and figuratively, brought The Devil Wears Prada to their sixth full-length album Transit Blues [Rise Records]. 

In many ways, the group—Mike Hranica (vocals), Jeremy DePoyster (rhythm guitar, clean vocals) and Andy Trick (bass), with the recent addition of Kyle Sipress (guitar)—has embraced transition and change since their 2005 formation. After the pivotal breakout With Roots Above and Branches Below in 2009, the boys challenged the status quo and notched widespread critical acclaim, landing two consecutive Top 10 debuts on the Billboard Top 200 for the conceptual Zombie EP [2010] and Dead Throne [2011]. 2013’s 8:18 continued to expand their imprint on heavy music, while the intergalactic concept epic Space EP most recently blasted off to a #18 debut and praise from Alternative Press, Loudwire, and more. Along the way, they’ve treaded countless miles on sold out headline tours, on the Vans Warped Tour multiple times, and in tow with Motörhead, Slayer, and Slipknot. Throughout the past decade-plus, the band charted a course to this juncture.

Transit Blues is all about growing,” Hranica says of the new material. “We’re constantly in motion on tour. You’re endlessly going from one place to another. Aging physically and mentally is more at the forefront. In the past, anger was a big inspiration. These days, separation and mourning are the more immediate topics. Zeroing in, it’s specifically the separation that comes from traveling.”

As part of the journey, The Devil Wears Prada markedly evolved. Longtime friend Guiseppe Capolupo [Haste The Day] entered the fold on the drums for the recording of Transit Blues. In order to foster creativity and tap into their camaraderie, the guys, along with touring keyboardist and co-writer Jon Gering, holed up in Watertown, WI and Sawyer, MI rental homes and barns during the winter to write Transit Blues together (joined by Hranica’s two puppies, of course). This approach mirrored that of Dead Throne’s initial sessions.

“On the past couple of records, some guys would be at a hotel, and others would stay at home,” he explains. “We realized that process wasn’t really conducive to being creative because everybody’s on a schedule. You have to wake up at a certain time, drive to the rehearsal space, try to write, and then leave for dinner. In Watertown, we were all together. If we felt like it at any moment, we could go in the barn in jam. We could take breaks, crack a beer, or toss the football around, but we were always nearby and naturally writing.”


“We’ve been slowly developing the process we used for this over the last ten years of writing,” says Andy. “We get together and just go for it.”

“Everyone contributes,” adds Jeremy. “We find ways to work together. We began this journey on Space. Each of us is coming up with ideas, writing songs, and bringing them together. It’s really a team effort.”

For recording, the group headed to West Babylon, NY to once again join forces Dan Korneff [Pierce the Veil, Motionless in White]. This marked their second successive collaboration with the producer behind the board.

“We love Dan,” exclaims Mike. “He rolled up and fit in perfectly with us too. Space went just like we wanted it to. It was a no-brainer to get together again. He’s quiet and very methodical. When it’s time to really figure out what we want to do with a song or bypass a roadblock, he’s the guy we want to be with.”

“He gets us, and we get him,” agrees Andy. “It’s relaxed, but when we’re working it gets serious. It was another great experience with Dan.”

The first single “Daughter” paved the path for Transit Blues. Galloping on gnashing guitars, guttural screams, and haunting textures, it packs a contemplative punch inspired by one of Hranica’s favorite novels The Mandarins by Simone de Beauvoir.

“A lot of the lyrics are directly derivative of what’s happening in these few pages of the book’s climax,” he continues. “At one point, the protagonist, based on de Beauvoir, says she never loves her daughter. It’s a shedding of obligation no one would ever see. I loathe obligation personally, and it feels like a parallel to complacency. I love that she boldly makes that proclamation and leaves everything spinning. It’s this weight relinquished.”

“I like for the music to play to what Mike is saying,” Jeremy elaborates. “We got in sync because the music really connects to the words. It’s the best example of that.”

The percussive pummeling of “Praise Poison” cackles with a screeching reference to William Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury, while “Lock & Load” takes aim at the world’s gun epidemic through the album’s most menacing, yet gut-wrenchingly restrained moment. 

“We wrote it to be unsettling because of the subject matter,” sighs Hranica. “This epidemic is one of the most unsettling things there is. We’re watching innocent people die over and over again. Anger drives that one.” 

The airy elegance of “Home for Grave II” rounds out a story the frontman began on 8:18 and in his novella of the same name. Everything culminates on the succinct and sharp thrashing of the title track “Transit Blues” where screams give way to a dark hum, hypnotic chorus, and entrancing keyboard outro.

“It talks at length about the anxiety that sits in the background all day long, but will ramp up at certain times,” Hranica admits. “Anxiety and panic attacks have become such a huge part of my life since 8:18. It’s partially from getting one place to another and feeling stuck or like I don’t have control. The song speaks directly about the disorder. It’s at the forefront and part of what I consider the Transit Blues.”

In the end, Transit Blues propels the next era of The Devil Wears Prada, and it’s their most urgent, unbreakable, and undeniable yet.

“We’re an 11-year-old band, but in many ways it feels brand new,” concludes Jeremy. “This is the first full-length we’ve all done together. Our chemistry is the best it’s ever been. Prada has had new life breathed into it.”


“I feel like immediacy is one of the most important factors in being creative,” he leaves off. “The impact can be so colorful when a song is direct and to the point. That’s what we emphasized this time around. It’s Prada.”


at Backstage
Reitknechtstr. 6
Munich, Germany

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The Communal Table at The Golden

The Communal Table at The Golden
Event on 2017-06-25 19:00:00
Break bread with us at our 14 seat communal table. We will serve you a seven course (at least) feast paired with wines. 5 includes locally sourced food, beverage, service and good vibes. It will be an affair to remember. Promise.

at The Golden
898 Harrison Street
Fort Wayne, United States

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