Event on 2015-09-04 22:00:00
HIGHEST LEVEL PROMOTION in conjunction with SUPERNOVA SOUND SYSTEM PRESENTS FRIENDZY FRIDAYZ The Exclusive Friday Night out in a friendly atmosphere raving to the best in R&b, Hip Hop, House, Bashment, Reggae, Afro-beats & Soca Starting this Friday 6th June then each & every Friday thereafter @ The Elmhurst Hotel 131 Lordship Lane, London, N17 6XE 9:30pm – 4am DJS ON ROTATION LAVA ENTZ SUPER NOVA SOUND SWAGGA TYPE MOVEMENTS DJ SKETCH DJ SPARKS DJ RUDI RUDES + OTHER LONDON TOP DJS ADMISSION: £10 TICKETS IN ADVANCE MORE ON THE DOOR DRESS CODE – SMART & SEXY – (Denim & clean Trainers ok) STRICTLY NO HOODS OR CAPS. NO PHOTO I.D NO ENTRY – Passport/Driving Licence only FREE PRIZES & GIVEAWAYS on The Night FREE ENTRY For Birthdays 7 days before & after Contact 07983741022 or 07547389953 for more info

at ELMHURST HOTEL in london
131 lordship lane
London, United Kingdom

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Build Your Marketing Strategy Like a Construction Site

Build Your Marketing Strategy Like a Construction Site
The key here is that there is actually a plan. Do you think a 30-story condo tower would continue being a tower if they just figured it out as they went? I don't think so. It would come crumbling down, and your marketing strategy will too—unless you …
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Fusion Rebrands to Nexus Media With a New Marketing Plan to Compete With Apple
NEW YORK, Aug. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Fusion Radio, an award-winning internet radio station originally launched in 2003 along with its dedicated video channel Fusion TV, is pleased to announce the completion of its rebranding efforts effective …
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City leaders hope marketing plan entices business to Grove
With the final piece in place, city officials hope a marketing plan developed by Retail Strategies will not only promote Grove but help entice new businesses to call Grand Lake home. The plan, unveiled during the Aug. 4 Grove City Council meeting comes …
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Dating site eHarmony aims to mix work with pleasure

Dating site eHarmony aims to mix work with pleasure
As a marriage counselor years ago, Neil Clark Warren saw first-hand how incompatibility led to unhappy matches. So the compatibility factor was key – even in the name – when he co-founded online match-making service eHarmony in 2000. Now, with …
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Hillary Clinton work emails released contained 150 now considered classified
About 150 more of Hillary Clinton's work emails have recently been designated as classifed, it was revealed as the latest batch of emails the presidential candidate handed over last year were publicly released. The U.S. State Department does not know …

More work needed in blending online and onsite learning
All reader responses posted on this site are those of the reader ONLY and NOT those of University World News or Higher Education Web Publishing, their associated trademarks, websites and services. University World News or Higher Education Web …
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Interviewing over 1200 rich people has taught me exactly how money affects the

Interviewing over 1200 rich people has taught me exactly how money affects the
If you love your family, get rich and give them more of your time, plus opportunities only money can buy. Figure out a way to be more efficient with your time because money can help your family live its dreams. Instead of using your family as an excuse …
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Column: Amber is earning money for college selling tomatoes
This is the story of three generations of the Brockman family in Glendale and “The Great Tomato Sale Show.” The star of this production is 15-year-old Amber, with a strong supporting cast of her father Steve, and her grandfather Howard. Admission is …

How Do YouTubers Make Money? A Pro YouTuber Explains Just How The Whole System
While that's the dream for many people, it's also a challenging, often unsteady way to make a living. There are several specific nuances that you need to know about earning money on YouTube, and Mah-Dry-Bread goes through them all in depth to make sure …
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How to harness the recovery… and get an extra £2 million

How to harness the recovery… and get an extra £2 million
Event on 2015-10-14 08:30:00




As this short video from our keynote speaker explains…

 If this video isn't working for you, you can watch it here!


As the video explains, this acclaimed, fast-paced and entertaining seminar is based on a simple case study of how one small business got an extra £2 million in tax paid cash. And it will show you how to do the same.

That may sound too good to be true – but as the case study unfolds you will see exactly why and how every single penny of the money flows into the case study business owner’s business and personal bank accounts. And you will discover how to achieve similar results in your bank accounts

Of course, because it is presented by professional accountants, you can be sure that everything in the seminar is 100% above board and 100% real.

It is important to stress that the seminar is categorically not about property, pensions, financial products or any other type of investments. 

Instead the seminar focuses exclusively on proven ways to add large amounts of extra cash to your business and personal bank account through strikingly simple business and tax ideas that are almost universally overlooked.


�-� The 8 key ways to strengthen your cashflow sustainably by generating more (and more profitable) sales

�-� The 4 factors you must take into account to prevent your margins and cashflow being decimated

�-� The only reliable way to discover how your competitors are doing, and how to use its to identify where and how you can get even better results

�-� The 2 ways you can transform your work-life balance (one of which will also make your business run more smoothly, with fewer hassles, grief and problems, as well as improving your efficiency and reducing your costs)

�-� The one incredibly simple action that will guarantee you get paid in full, on time, every time

�-� The 6 frequently overlooked ways to squeeze every last ounce of concession, relief and benefit from the tax system. And

�-� The 7 essential steps to having your finger firmly on the pulse of the key numbers in your business so that you can control costs, make better decisions and take corrective action before it is too late

As a result you will leave with everything you need to put many hundreds of thousands of extra pounds – perhaps even many millions of extra pounds – into your bank accounts.


The speaker is  Steve Pipe FCA – who is the most highly recommended accountant in the world, andone of the Top 3 business speakers in the UK (based on LinkedIn rankings showing that he has more recommendations than any of the other 1.6 million accountants and, and only two UK speakers have more recommendations than he does).

He is also the author of several 5 star rated business books, the BBC1 television series “Easy money” and is a former UK Entrepreneur of the Year.

So he really does know his stuff.

And he really will deliver an outstanding seminar that will transform your business results and your bank accounts.


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at St Mellion International Resort
Saint Mellion, United Kingdom

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Gallery 1261 presents Unfurl

Gallery 1261 presents Unfurl
Event on 2015-09-01 18:00:00
Gallery 1261 presents Unfurl
August 21 – September 26, 2015

A guest-curated exhibition of artists exploring true creative freedom

“All human beings have three lives: public, private, and secret.” – Gabriel Garcia Marquez

DENVER, CO. – Gallery 1261 and guest curator, artist Mia Bergeron, are proud to present "Unfurl." Comprised of 21 invited artists, including gallery artists as well as guests, from the US and Europe, "Unfurl" draws on the idea of true creative freedom. Selected artists have been asked to create works of art that are created without boundaries. Many of these artists will be working in different media, themes, scale, and subjects than what they have become known for creating. The objective of "Unfurl" is to host not only an exhibit that stretches the limits of what each artist is capable of manifesting, but also to invite collectors to view a potentially untold and private part of these artists' creativity.

When one hears the phrase "professional painter", one thinks of bohemian days filled with waking up at noon, hour-long lattes, and exploring "inner feelings" through expressive paint applications. The truth, however, is most professional painters have severe deadlines, brutal expectations from others, and are continuously working through their own feelings of inadequacy. After years of working this way, many creatives may find that they’ve become known for a certain type of art, whether that be thematically or technically. The hope of this exhibition is to shed light on the innovative and sometimes vulnerable aspects of accomplished artists' ideas that often go unseen.

When Mia approached us with the concept of this show and her guest-curation, we were thrilled by the idea, a concept that complements the mission statement that Gallery 1261 has been operating on since we opened in 2004. From the beginning, 1261 was imagined as a space “a place where artists can show the work that is truly important, done without constraints of marketing strategies and sales quotas.” The gallery is dedicated to presenting excellent work that reflects the artists’ most creative side, and this exhibition is no exception.

Participating Artists: Jennifer Balkan, Casey Childs, Rachel Constantine, Stephen Early, Nathan Ford, Felicia Forte, Rose Frantzen, Quang Ho, Susan Lyon, Jeremy Mann, Ann Marshall, Teresa Oaxaca, Katherine Stone, Mark Tennant, Joseph Todorovitch, Henrik Uldalen, Aaron Westerberg, Zhaoming Wu, Anna Wypych, Vincent Xeus, Zack Zdrale

For more information and additional images, please contact Chris Serr, 720-404-5074 or

GALLERY 1261 – Unfurl – Aug. 21-Sept. 26, Opening Reception: Friday, August 21, 6-9 pm
1261 Delaware St., Denver, CO 80204. 303-571-1261 – Hours: Tue-Sat, 11 – 6pm.

at Gallery 1261, LLC
1261 Delaware
Denver, United States

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How to make money from your garden

How to make money from your garden
"You know what they say about farms – the first generation buys it, the second reaps the rewards and the third loses it. Well, we're the third generation,” says Laura Parsons-Mann as she surveys her 250 acres and 16,500 chickens at Sweffling Hall Farm …

You can earn 100 times more interest on your money by using a different kind
You should look at it as a better way to earn money on your emergency fund, rather than as an investment strategy, Clements says: "In general, savings accounts are horrible places to put money, but if you're going to put your six months worth of …
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99 Online Marketing Tools You Won't Be Able to Live Without

99 Online Marketing Tools You Won't Be Able to Live Without
To say that digital marketers have to be jacks-of-all-trades is a considerable understatement. Marketers don't often get the recognition they deserve for having to master so many different software tools, but if there's one profession that requires …
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The Biggest Digital Marketing Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make
Guest author Stephen Moyers is the Web marketing manager at SPINX Digital Agency, a designer and a blogger who writes about Web design, and online and social marketing. The success of digital marketing depends on a number of factors: understanding …
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Proceed Innovative to Host an Internet Marketing Seminar in September titled
Search engine optimization (SEO) is a very important aspect of internet marketing and the most effective strategies for search engine marketing (SEM) have changed over the last couple of years. Small businesses and other companies that handle their own …
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Social Media Marketing

Social Media Marketing
Event on 2015-09-01 18:00:00
Learn the basics of the commonly used social media networks including Facebook and Twitter and how you can use them to market your business. You will learn why they are so important in today’s business world and which network would be most beneficial for your business. Used effectively, social media marketing can ensure your business stays on your customer’s mind when they need your product or service and can help you build a network of customers and contacts.

Speaker: Andy Allen, Owner Chaos Marketing. *Please note – you will NOT be setting up Facebook profiles or pages at this event

at Business Resource Center
69 North chadbourne
San Angelo, United States

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Watkins Family Hour: NIGHT TWO feat. Sean Watkins & Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek, Fiona Apple and more!

Watkins Family Hour: NIGHT TWO feat. Sean Watkins & Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek, Fiona Apple and more!
Event on 2015-09-12 20:00:00
Sep 12 SatAn Evening With Watkins Family Hour: NIGHT TWO feat. Sean Watkins & Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek, Fiona Apple and more! Buy Tickets
7pm doors. ALL AGES. Seated show. 8pm ADV / day of show

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The SECOND of TWO evenings with the Watkins Family Hour feat. Sean Watkins & Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek, Fiona Apple, Don Heffington, Sebastian Steinberg, and Special Guests!!

For singer-songwriter-multi-instrumentalists Sara Watkins and Sean Watkins, the Watkins Family Hour has long been an oasis from the rigors of the road, a laboratory where they can try out new material or master beloved cover songs. Their monthly show at L.A.’s famed venue Largo has been hailed as a convivial, communal event where they welcome an impressive array of musician friends old and new. While it’s true that fans who aren’t lucky enough to be in L.A. and score a coveted ticket can check out the proceedings via youtube or on the podcasts the Watkins siblings have created, the fun of these evenings is really in being there as the unscripted show unfolds. The Watkins Family Hour is always full of surprises, unexpected guests, one-of-a-kind match-ups; serendipity plays as much of a role as virtuosity. Fiona Apple often joins them, and recent guests have included Dawes, Jackson Browne, Nikka Costa, Booker T. and actor-singer John C. Reilly, as well as comedians Paul F. Tompkins, Nick Kroll and Pete Holmes.

Now Sara and Sean have decided to take their Family Hour format on the road — a kind of musical pop-up shop, if you will — to clubs and concert halls around the country. And to mark this undertaking, this summer they are releasing the first-ever Watkins Family Hour LP on their own Family Hour Records imprint. The album, recorded live over three days in the studio of their friend and producer-engineer Sheldon Gomberg, beautifully captures the freewheeling spirit of the shows. It features Apple and the stellar players who have become a de facto house band: drummer Don Heffington, pedal steel and dobro player Greg Leisz, bassist Sebastian Steinberg, and keyboardist Benmont Tench, each of whom take a vocal turn at the mic. The Watkins Family Hour is an all-covers affair; tracks include Sara doing Lindsey Buckingham’s “Steal Your Heart Away,” Sean essaying Roger Miller’s wistful “Not In Nottingham,” from Disney’s 1973 animated Robin Hood, and Apple singing “Where I Ought To Be,” originally performed by Skeeter Davis.

On tour, the Watkinses plan to make every venue they visit a home away from home. In each town, they’ll extend an invitation to the many artists they’ve befriended over the years — through their touring in Nickel Creek, as solo artists, and as frequent collaborators with other like-minded musicians from the worlds of bluegrass, folk, country and rock.

“Taking the Watkins Family Hour on tour and releasing this record feels like the right next step,” says Sara. “The show is about a community of players and that community stretches across the country. If we can’t get everyone to L.A. to do our show, we’ll come to them.”

“The Family Hour has always been something we’ve really loved,” echoes Sean. “It’s been an amazing outlet for us for so many years. Until recently we had thought of it as just an L.A. thing at Largo. But now we feel it’s time to take the show out to more people.”

Sara and Sean, raised in the San Diego area, were eight and twelve years old when they partnered, on fiddle and guitar respectively, with eight year old mandolinist Chris Thile in 1989 to form Nickel Creek. By 2002, the prodigious trio had garnered a Best Contemporary Folk Album Grammy for its second album, the Allison Krauss-produced This Side. Sara and Sean learned about the original Largo on Fairfax Avenue from Toad the Wet Sprocket singer-songwriter Glenn Phillips and it became their go-to local spot. They started out as audience members but soon were coaxed on stage. Owner Mark Flanagan fostered an open, cooperative environment that attracted an eclectic list of regulars, most famously musician-producer Jon Brion, who established a popular weekly residency, as well as musicians like Aimee Mann, Michael Penn and Brad Mehldau. Fiona Apple has long been a familiar face, often joining Brion and now becoming an integral part of the Family Hour.

As Sara recalls, “One day Flanny said to us, you guys should have a show; we’ll call it the Watkins Family Hour. I don’t care if only seventeen people come. And we said okay. We invited a friend of ours, Gabe Witcher [now a Punch Brother], to play fiddle with us. For each show we’d invite different friends to join in and the show became something we planned on whenever we were home from tour for a few days. Back then we were touring almost year round, three weeks on, one week off. The Family Hour show began as a chance to fly by the seat of our pants, play songs we simply liked to play, experiment with new, unfinished original material. It was a good excuse to learn cover songs we always loved, and most importantly to get together with other musician friends from the area, and say hey, we’ve got this show, do you want to bring a couple of songs down? Play by yourself, play with us – whatever you want. In doing that, you get to work up songs with people, practice a little bit, or just wing it and enjoy being in the moment with whomever is on stage and these hundred people in the audience. “

It’s also very natural for the Watkinses. As Sean explains, “Sara and I grew up in the bluegrass scene. People are traveling around, going to festivals. When they are not playing on stage, they are playing off stage around a campsite, at somebody’s house or in a trailer somewhere. That’s the mentality we grew up with; that felt normal.”

Being reared in the tradition of bluegrass and folk, continues Sara, “it gave us this bug that craves this kind of reactive playing, that encourages improvisation and mixing up band members. In bluegrass and roots music, there is this wonderful cross-pollination that happens. It’s very common for someone to be in two or three bands. And that strengthens the individual musician, keeps you on your toes, teaches you how to be a better leader in one situation and a supportive teammate when that’s called for. I feel lucky to experience those different sides of being a musician, to have those kind of moments, those Family Hour moments, where it is always different, and you get to share the same space with musicians who are doing great things – to stand there in awe and try to contribute something special.”

As the Watkins Family Hour has become an established part of the Largo calendar, fitting nicely into the club’s new space at the Coronet Theater on La Cienega Boulevard, the show has evolved to where it truly can be taken on the road – and shared with Sara’s and Sean’s fans around the country. As Sara observes, “It’s become a good blend of organized, planned, arranged harmonies and good quality moments on stage that we’ve prepared… and some great surprises that happen when a guest just remembers a song they want to do or when somebody walks in the back door with their guitar and wants to play a song on a whim. Those moments make it special and that’s the kind of thing we want to maintain when we bring the show to cities across the country. We are coming to towns where we have friends and we can have those moments, even if it’s not our home club. It’s the people on stage who make that happen; it’s just a matter of getting the right group of people together. We are being thoughtful about where we are going on this tour so we can have that sort of flexibility. It will be a very different show in every town.”

Which means that we may all get a chance to be part of the family now. — Michael Hill

7pm doors, 8pm show. ADV, day of show. ALL AGES. Seated show.

at Grey Eagle Tavern
185 Clingman Avenue
Asheville, United States

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