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Things to do May 30th-June 4th

2023.05.30 03:04 moistbrisket17 Things to do May 30th-June 4th

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*Early voting til June 6th for the 6/10 runoff election. The ballot includes District 11 City Council member, District 5 Fort Worth ISD school board member, & District 4 TCC trustee.
[Friday Jun 2nd]
Jaybirds at Twilite Lounge Fort Worth! 9PM-12AM No Cover
Exhibition Reception 6 p.m. Arts Fort Worth, 1300 Gendy St. Free Check out the high schooler’s creations from The Modern’s eight-month Teen/Artist Project.
Texas Rangers 7:05 p.m. Globe Life Field $9+ v Seattle Mariners for a 3-game series, leading off with Lou Gehrig Day
First Fri-YAY All day Fort Worth Bike Sharing Stations Free Explore the city on wheels w/a free bike rental courtesy of Fort Worth Bike Sharing & the Blue Zones Project — promo code “92020APP.”
Kimbell Happy Hour Kimbell Art Museum 5-7 pm beverages & bites w/live music by the Allegro Guitar Society.
National Donut Day TX Whiskey 6 p.m. a donut + cocktail pairing, burgers, live music, on-site engraving, & a donut hole bar $35
FWSO’s Concerts in the Gardenl Gates 6:30 p.m. start 8:30 p.m. Radio Highway Performs the Music of the Eagles *The orchestra does not perform on this concert.
Locals Only Hip Hop Haltom Theater 7-11PM
Live Music on the Plaza, Sundance Square 7-10PM every Fri-Sun
Dial Up - A 90's Party Experience Dial Up Tulips FW 8PM $15
Rhett Miller Tannahill's Tavern & Music Hall 8PM $28+
D.L. Hughley Arlington Improv Jun 2-4 times vary
That Texas Meskin Tour - THAT MEXICAN OT Ridglea Theater $40+
Special E.D w\ Dude-Man & MORE Doors 7:00pm, Start 8:00pm Lola's Fort Worth
[Saturday Jun 3rd]
Party with The Queens Free Drag & Brunch Show Hosted by: Crystal Whitney Performances: Venus Vogue, Angelique Davenport, Veronica Reyes RSVP to get a 1 cent mimosa with entry! Brunch menus & specials will be offered until 4:30pm El Chingon: 2800 Bledsoe St. 2-4PM
Daniel Henson Jazz Quartet at Twilite Lounge Fort Worth! 9PM-12AM No Cover
Get ready to explore fossils and all things prehistoric at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s Dino Day. Kids can learn about paleontology with experts in the field and hands-on activities. Dino Day is free with general admission.
Black Arts Expo “Expressions of the Culture” 1-8 p.m. Como Community Center, 4660 Horne St. Free Enjoy a day full of art celebrations with special exhibitions, 20+ food trucks, live entertainment, games, dancing, and raffles.
Miss Juneteenth DFW 2023 6-9 p.m. E.H. Hereford University Center at UTA, 300 W. 1st St., Arlington $20 Celebrate Juneteenth and cheer on contestants as they compete for the title of Miss Juneteenth 2023 and a scholarship to enhance their academic futures.
Wandering Roots Market Tanger Outlets Shop local pop-up, live music, vendors, food trucks + kid-friendly 10AM-4PM
Creed Fisher Tannahill's Tavern & Music Hall 8PM
Shenandoah in concert Billy Bob’s 10PM $20+
Arlington Museum of Art openings Taylor Swift: "The Eras Tour Collection,""Girl in a Country Song: Women of Country Music," through Sept 24
Casa Mañana presents Miss Saigon through June 11
Saturday R-n-Flow 8 a.m. Trinity Park Basketball Court $20 Come ebb & flow to a 45-minute yoga session paired w/smooth R&B vibes led by Studio E Fitt.
The Dolly Party 10 p.m. Tulips $15-$25 Shake off your 9 to 5 w/a Dolly Parton-inspired diva dance party
Drag with Me! The Show: Brunch upstairs at The Red Goose Saloon the ONLY interactive Drag Show of its kind: 2 audience members will be selected each show to be transformed into a Drag Queen themselves, lip sync battle, & win their very own Drag with Me! Crown! Ticket price inc Meal & Show! 18+
FWSO’s Concerts in the Gardenl Gates open 6:30 p.m. start 8:30 p.m. Chicago Nights ft. Jason Scheff
Zumba Sundance Square Plaza 9:45am - 11:00am
Goat Yoga Bedford! Generations Park at Boyd Ranch 10-11AM $20+
Catalina Canned Wine Mixer Truck Yard Alliance 12PM themed after Step Brothers. Wear your best tuxedo t-shirt for a wine tasting, photo ops, food trucks, & a Step Brothers cover band. Admission is free, but a $15 wine tasting is offered 7-9 pm, ft. six wine samples & a souvenir glass filled w/frose. Costume contests held 5 pm & 10 pm.
Random Direction artist pop up 1-6PM Love Sammy's chef popup 2-7PM Neutral Ground Brewing Company
CyberPunk w/ APT 75 + P!xel Ampersand 5:15-9PM
Miracle Nights Allmo$t Music US Tour Fort Worth Ridglea Theater 6PM
Ill Nino with Through Fire, Dropout Kings + more The Rail Club Live 6:30PM
WOODEYE (One Night Only) w/ Brave Little Howl + Vacation Dad Lola's 8PM $15
FANCY: Queens of Country Party - 21+ Tulips FW 10PM $15+
WOODEYE (One Night Only) w / Brave Little Howl + Vacation Dad Doors 7:00pm, Start 8:00pm Lola's Fort Worth
[Sunday June 4th]
Hike and Yoga 9-11 a.m. Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge, 9601 Fossil Ridge Rd. $31 Soak up the fresh air with a family-friendly hike and some yoga in nature.
“The Lost King” Times vary The Modern $7-$10 Watch the true story of historian Philippa Langley’s discovery of the lost burial site of King Richard III
DFW F1 Breakfast Club: Spanish GP Conlon’s Pub 8AM check the post in this sub for more info & where to RSVP!
F45 Workout 10:30-11:30 a.m. Fable tics, 1612 S. University Dr. Free HIIT workout hosted by F45.
Panther Island Beer Yoga Panther Island Brewing 10:30AM $20
Sunday Supper Club: Courtney Patton & Bri Bagwell The Post at River East 6PM $25+
The Damn Quails Fort Brewery & Pizza 7PM $10
FWSO’s Concerts in the Gardenl Gates 6:30 p.m. start 8:30 p.m. Classical Mystery Tour: A Tribute to the Beatles**The orchestra does not perform on this concert
Summer Afternoon Tea at Indulge Enjoy 3 courses $65 2 pm
Riders of the Purple Sage Hip Pocket Theatre until June 11 Fridays-Sundays 9PM $10+ Featuring action, adventure, & romance in the wide open spaces, it’s a classic Western of the silent film era
“Lives of the Gods” until Sept. 3 Kimbell Art Museum $14+ Explore the divinity of Mayan art at this exhibition of nearly 100 rarely seen masterpieces & discoveries
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2023.05.27 21:54 No_Competition4897 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in WV Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Advance Auto Parts Black History Month Store Hourly Beckley
Advance Auto Parts Black History Month Automotive Retail Store Manager Beckley
Wexford Health Sources MD Physician Assistant Charles Town
Delaware North Surveillance Agent Charleston
Alto Health Care Staffing ICU RN Elkins
GHR Travel Nursing SDU Nurse Huntington
Triage Services Travel RN Morgantown
GHR Travel Nursing PCU RN Morgantown
Sevita Carer Morgantown
Advance Auto Parts Black History Month Store Hourly Raleigh
Delaware North Porter Wheeling
Sevita Carer Wheeling
Delaware North Casino Cashier Wheeling
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Regional Jet Avionics Technician Bridgeport
BHE GT&S Sr Accountant Bridgeport
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Regional Jet Quality Inspector Bridgeport
AM Communications LTD Office Administrator - Charleston, WV Charleston
Pickering Associates Registered Architect Charleston
National Radio Astronomy Observatory Software Engineer II - IV (4852) Green Bank
National Radio Astronomy Observatory Electronics Engineer II-IV Green Bank
AMS Group, Inc Warehouse Shipping & Receiving Specialist KEARNEYSVILLE
Pickering Associates Electrical Engineer Parkersburg
Pickering Associates Structural Engineer Parkersburg
American Equipment Holdings Territory Sales Representative Parkersburg
American Equipment HR LLC Field Service Technician Poca
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings , feel free to comment here if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.05.20 04:51 Saturdead What we never reported from April 12th, 2013

It was the 12th of April, 2013. I was working at a local branch of a national TV news organization. We were probably the third largest newsroom in West Virginia at the time. I was mainly working as a news writer, but I helped with assignment editing for our reporters whenever we had something big come up.
I got called up just after midnight. All hands on deck. Just from the way they talked to us, and the urgency in their voices, I thought we were looking at another 9/11. I was fully expecting something vast and catastrophic.
When I got to the station, I didn’t know what to believe. The parking lot was packed, but I didn’t see anything resembling police or FBI vehicles. I did recognize the symbols from both the USACE (United States Army Corps of Engineers) and EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) though. At this point, I thought we were looking at a natural disaster.

I was ushered inside by a strange man in rough denim jeans, a flannel shirt, and some kind of Bluetooth headset. He was clearly supposed to look like a civilian, but everything about his demeanor screamed “military”. The determined eyes, the no-questions-asked kind of demeanor. There was no point in questioning him; these people were brick walls.

The newsroom looked different in the dark. Everything does. The shadows were longer, and everything had a slight echo to it. Maybe the sounds just weren’t soaked up as quickly by the background noise.
There weren’t enough chairs for everyone, so some people were sitting on the floor. I was in the back, leaning against the wall next to my fellow news writers; Ben and Erika. Last names withheld. We were all a bit worked up and anxious, but Erika couldn’t turn herself off; she was always working, and always making mental notes.
“Not everyone’s here,” she whispered.
“We’re missing people,” she repeated. “We’re missing a live camera crew.”
She was right. Peter usually did live camera coverage. He worked closely with Noelle, who was also nowhere to be seen. Literally everyone but those two were there. Noelle usually did night and early morning coverage, so I expected her to be front and center.
“They, uh, they were working up in, uh, Juniper,” Ben added. “Got a call from a local.”
“Something happened up there?” I asked. “Wildfire?”
“No, nothing like that, no,” Ben shook his head. “No idea what though. Something down in the valley.”
Erika shrugged. We’d never seen anything like this.

A woman in a pantsuit walked in and two men stepped up to block the exit. We’d never seen any of these people before. We usually used this room for morning briefings, but without the murmur of people sipping their morning coffee the room seemed more sinister. The pantsuit woman held several folders and kept talking to someone over her earpiece. Out of all people in the room, she seemed to be the one with the most answers.
As to demand our attention, she slammed the folders down on the front desk – hard. The room fell silent.
“There is a situation developing in Greenbrier Valley,” the woman in the pantsuit said. “There has been a small earthquake. There are no casualties. In many ways, this is an insignificant event in and of itself. How your news team even heard about it is… beyond our comprehension.”
Erika gave me a knowing smile. People around the valley loved Noelle and her early morning segments. She had the most recurrent viewers, by a large margin. If something happened around the valley, she’d know about it.
“Since this is a matter of national interest, we’ve had to clamp down to control the spread of information,” she continued. “We don’t want to cause any unnecessary grievances.”
“If it’s such a small deal, why go to all this trouble?”
One of our editors, Charlie. She never knew when to stay quiet. The woman in the pantsuit stopped, considered the question, and took a deep breath. I could tell she was stressed.
“It is a developing situation. It might have some impact on the local wildlife, hence the presence of our friends at the USACE and the EPA.”
“And what organization are you representing?”
Charlie just couldn’t stop herself from asking questions.

The woman in the pantsuit might’ve tolerated a single interruption, but not two. One of the armed men covering the door walked up to Charlie, grabbed her by the arm, and lifted her to her feet.
“I’m just asking who you’re working with,” Charlie scoffed. “Is that a problem? Is there a problem telling me who we’re working with?”
She refused to budge. The man tried to pull her away, but she twisted herself loose and stepped back. There was a murmur as we could see things escalate from frustration to potential confrontation.
“Just tell us!” Charlie continued. “Are you with DNR? NOAA? Why aren’t you answering my question?”
The man with the flannel shirt caught up with her, and she put her hands up. With no resistance, and no provocation, he pushed her down on one of the tables; face first. He pushed his elbow into her neck, causing her to heave and cough like she was being strangled. He put her in zip ties in a matter of seconds and dragged her out in a show of force.

Now everyone was off the floor. The crew tried to talk over one another in this storm of complaints and questions. One of the camera operators tried to get out, and had a gun pulled on him. Things were escalating fast, and it only stopped when the woman in the pantsuit slammed down her folders again. For a split second, I thought it was a gunshot.
“If we start working together, y’all might just have a career left by the end of the night. Since cooperation doesn’t seem to be a given at this point, we must take some precautions.”
They took our phones away and patted us down to make sure we didn’t have anything hidden. The woman in the pantsuit laid out a bunch of documents for us to sign. We didn’t get the time to read them; just a pen to sign them with and a promise of pain if we refused.
Once it was said and done, she left. I never saw her again.

Over the next hour, they brought in more people. Two more cars of armed guards dressed in civilian outfits. Once they took us out of the meeting room, we were divided into three different teams. Marcus, our news director, was completely sidelined. Quarantined, sort of.
There was no clear organizational structure; it was all ordered remotely. We could hear the various agents receive instructions from an offsite central command. Something down in Greenbrier Valley, we suspected.
A man arrived just past two in the morning. He was in his early seventies and dressed in a cheap navy-blue suit, but I could tell he was the one to keep my eyes on. The other agents seemed to pay special attention to him. He had this goofy little sunflower pin on his collar. Something old and corporate. We were dragged back into the meeting room as the guards started handing out folders.

“We got three possible developments,” the old man said. “All equally possible, and we need to be prepared for each of them. There will be more people coming in through the night, and you’ll be expected to stay here for the next 16 hours, minimum.”
There were no questions. We hadn’t seen Charlie since she was carried off. They’d talked to Marcus about it, and ever since, he’d been quiet. This was a man who was usually standing at the front of the room barking orders and taking charge. Now he looked like a beaten puppy.
“Those of you with green folders are to stay right here,” the old man continued. “Blue folders need to go with the gentleman by the door. Red folders, you’re coming with me.”
All news writers got differently colored folders. I got a red folder. It was ominous, to say the least.

We were taken into one of the back rooms, along with an armed contingency. There was a seal on the folder, and I didn’t want to take a chance on breaking it. A reporter, a video editor, an assignment editor, three people from the production crew, and one of the anchors. I can’t tell you the name, but you’d recognize him if you lived in WV in the 2010’s.
We all sat down around a small table. The old man followed us there, reminding us about the NDA we’d been forced to sign. Once we were all behind closed doors, he had the guards wait for him outside. For a moment, it was just the old man, and us.
“I need your absolute discretion on this topic,” he said. “You can read your briefing.”

We broke the seals and went through our folders. Page after page of details, pictures, graphs and statistics. Mine was about diamondback rattlesnakes. How there was an aggressive and invasive brood, and how people were supposed to stay away from the lakes near Greenbrier Valley because of them. Something about an urgent call for people to stay out of various underground caves, and to not be alarmed by the presence of “wildlife specialists” in the area.
It all seemed hastily prepared. One of the editors raised his hand, and the old man allowed him to speak.
“This doesn’t make any sense,” said the editor. “You, uh… you know there are no diamondbacks like that around here, right?”
“Doesn’t matter, you’re gonna have to report it.”
“No, I mean… this is a lie. It is fiction. These are native to, like… Georgia?”
“Doesn’t matter what it is, and what it isn’t. You’re reporting it.”
“But I’m telling you - people will notice.”
“They’ll believe whatever we goddamn tell them to believe!”
The old man slammed his hand down; hard. We all recoiled as one of the guards opened the door. He was waved aside, and the door promptly closed.

As tempers cooled, the old man stepped outside to have a smoke. The rest of us were left to discuss on our own for a while. We compared notes, and we weren’t thrilled about the implications.
This was clearly a “worst-case scenario” kind of folder. And while the whole story about enraged rattlesnakes were fiction, it still highlighted something. If this scenario took place, there’d be armed guards surrounding a massive area. They spoke of a possible controlled burning of the undergrowth and closing several large roads. About three dozen homes would have to be evacuated, minimum.
But it wasn’t even about what they were saying; it was about what they weren’t saying. This was clearly not about rattlesnakes, so what the hell were they afraid of? Whatever it was, it was bad enough for them to threaten to burn down several acres of forest in the Lewisburg area.
Then, I saw the eyes of our news anchor go wild.
“There are time stamps,” he said. “This one is in… four hours.”
To put that whole plan into action, with such short notice, they had to already have put things into motion.

When the old man returned, we were again separated and told to start working on the news segment. I was to write it up and summarize it, using the provided information and quotes to make it cohesive. There were some pictures and videos handed to our video editor. Our news anchor was told to perform a mock interview with a supposed “snake expert” who could explain the situation. It was actually just one of the guards, sitting in the adjacent room with a walkie-talkie.
We were gonna pre-record it all so that the segment could be played if a sudden evacuation was necessary. I found it strange, considering our station was nowhere near the area that officially needed to be evacuated, according to their own fictional scenario. There was something else brewing.
I managed to catch a glimpse of Erika, and we exchanged a look across the hall. I asked one of the armed guards if I could use the restroom. He didn’t seem to mind but told me he’d check on me in a few minutes. I excused myself.

I met Erika in the bathroom. I could tell she was flustered. She kept washing her hands, as if trying to keep herself occupied.
“What’d you get?” I whispered. “What’d they tell you?”
“They say they’re hunting an escaped convict. Armed and dangerous. You?”
“Rattlesnakes. Diamondback rattlesnakes.”
“Yeah,” I nodded. “Rattlesnakes.”
We compared notes. The stories provided were completely different, but they had something in common; evacuation of an area, and the presence of armed guards. Both could also be a future explanation for possible civilian injuries.
What changed was the scale. Erika’s story was much smaller in scope, and somewhat more believable. Mine would have the same effect, but to a much larger area. Also, her story didn’t involve setting fire to parts of the valley. It did mention locking doors though, and not picking up hitchhikers.
Erika was dumbfounded. She walked back and forth, scratching her head.
“What the fuck is this? What aren’t they telling us?”
“This is not the time to ask questions. We gotta stay low on this.”
“But this is fucking bullshit,” she wheezed. “What the fuck are we gonna lie about next? Bigfoot? The chupacabra? The red piper birds that trick kids into the woods?”
“I don’t fucking know, but it doesn’t matter. We can’t do shit right now.”
Erika didn’t like it, but she knew I was right. And to be fair, that red piper bird story has some merit to it. I know a guy.

Our time was up, and we were moved to different rooms. I was plopped down in front of a laptop with a guard supervising my actions. They’d pulled our wi-fi, but I started sketching up a segment about the supposed ‘diamondback outbreak’. Every paragraph was reviewed, and there was no revision. Everything was immediately sent to the studio, or sent back with a list of notes.
There were protests from the crew, but they were quickly silenced. The video editors had little to nothing to work with, and without Noelle and Peter, we knew people would start to ask questions. You can’t just have an early morning segment without them, about something so outlandish. Not only were we lying; we were forced to do it badly.
“It’s just a precaution,” we were told. “That’s all there’s to it. A precaution. It probably won’t air.”
People were running all over the place. Some of them screaming at each other in the corridors. Someone was crying in the bathroom, and a guy from the production crew passed out from the stress. He looked like a ventriloquist dummy, sitting with his eyes half-open as he slumped over in the corner. One of our assistants were trying to explain something to a guard and got a right hook straight to the jaw in response. Things were getting out of hand, quickly, and I was under intense pressure to finish my writing.
At one point, we were all pulled out of our chairs and pushed up against the wall. When people started protesting, we were all told to be quiet. And for a few minutes, you could hear a pin drop. And somewhere in the distance; a helicopter.
The guards started buzzing about. They talked about preparing for something. They brought out a kind of plastic paneling and duct tape from one of their trucks and forced one of the writing teams out of a meeting room on the bottom floor.
The helicopter was coming our way. I heard screams about “emergency landing” as people scrambled to prepare something downstairs.

I could see a little from a window on the top floor. I couldn’t see where the helicopter landed, but the sound it made was deafening. Even from inside the building, I had to cover my ears. I could see camouflaged soldiers bringing someone inside; someone screaming at the top of their lungs. A woman, I think.
“Boil water!” someone screamed. “We need to boil water!”
“Towels! We need more towels!” yelled another.
There was intense debate. Even now, the news anchor was told to keep recording. The old man was debating something over his earpiece. I couldn’t quite make it out, but I heard some colors mentioned; it seemed that the red folder would be the most likely outcome. Then at some point, it sounded like the red folder wouldn’t be enough. They were already talking extensions and “further contingencies”.
At one point, while the initial parts of the segments were exported for review, the old man pulled me aside. I was taken downstairs, closer to the screaming, and put in a small side room.
“I’m gonna be honest with you, miss,” he said as we shuffled down the stairs. “We might have to go off script on this one.”

There were no more physical folders to distribute, but they called this theoretical contingency the “violet” folder. It was just me and Ben working on it, seeing as the first folder had been completely abandoned, and we needed a new solid concept. The “mildest” scenario was no longer plausible, it seemed. The old man sat us down and complained that we needed something to explain a whole new set of events.
“We’re talking, maybe… six- or seven-miles increased radius in each direction. Complete water shutdown for all of Lewisburg for at least 36 hours. Semi-controlled fire at… at an unprecedented scale. Intermittent power outages. Waves of ground shocks that can cause… everything from traffic disruption to bursting gas and sewage pipes.”
“I… I don’t, uh… where do we start?” asked Ben.
The old man threw up his arms in defeat. He looked ten years older.
“I don’t know,” he admitted. “I can’t… it has to make sense.”
“So just tell them the truth. Tell us the truth,” I pleaded. “We can help.”
For a moment, I could see he was considering it. He was nodding, looking down, and searched for the right words. Then something changed. He held a finger up to his earpiece, and his eyes shifted. Someone was talking. Suddenly, he shot out of his chair.
“You’re not bringing them here,” he told someone on the other end of the line. “We have civilians, you can’t- no!“
And with that, he ran out of the room.

Ben and I just sat there for a while. I tried to imagine what could be happening out there to cause this kind of response. I thought back on what the woman in the pantsuit had said; “This is a situation developing in the Greenbrier Valley”. That’s a huge area. Was it that she’d just been unspecific, or was this something that really encompassed the entire valley?
Considering I was working on the “violet” folder, I was starting to consider the latter.
“I, uh… I don’t know what to do,” Ben admitted. “There’s, like… nothing like this. That I’ve worked on, I mean.”
“None of us have,” I added. “Water, power, plumbing… did he say earthquakes?”
“Earth shocks,” nodded Ben. “Not earthquakes, but like… a series of aftershocks.”
“How do those come about? What the hell do we say?”
“I, uh, I’m not a, uh… I’m not a geologist,” Ben smiled. “Maybe, uh… blame the democrats?”
I chuckled. Ben always knew exactly the best wrong thing to say.

The helicopter was leaving, but something was happening outside. People were going quiet in the hallways. From the safety of our little room, we could hear them bringing something in. Something being rolled on squeaky wheels. Ben was about to peek out, but I pulled him back. We weren’t getting involved. Not on my watch
The screaming woman had gone quiet. Maybe she’d passed out.
I could hear something banging on metal. A gargle, followed by a snakelike hiss. Squeaking wheels kept turning as something was slowly being pushed through the building.
Then another banging sound, followed by a snap. Everything fell deathly quiet.
A second later – chaos.

Gunshots, screams, screeching metal. Wood breaking, glass shattering. Automatic gunfire, hundreds of rounds sprayed in all directions.
As the gunfire died down, I could hear people running; scrambling for safety. Doors being slammed shut with desperate voices calling out for barricades and ammunition.
“There’re still people out there!” a muffled voice came through. “Get them out of there!”
And then, a completely alien noise.

The best way I can describe it is a rattled breath. The same kind of rattle you hear when a big wasp struggles against a glass window; but bigger, and organic. It was rhythmic, like someone taking deep, wounded breaths.
Then, there was clicking. Sharp, dolphin-like clicking. It bounced against the walls, forcing an echo. It was such a sharp sound that it tickled my inner ear, making my head spin.
I heard footsteps. Several pairs; multiple individuals.
And they were coming our way.

Our room was just a little meeting room. A table with a set of laptops, five office chairs, two fake plants and a gray carpet; that was it. But I got the feeling that if whatever was out there made its way in here, we’d be in trouble. This had to be the answer to whatever was happening down in the valley. And whatever it was, that sound was going to haunt my nightmares.
I pointed at the light switch, but Ben didn’t get the hint. I tried waving my hand around, and that seemed to do the trick. He snapped back to reality, killed the light, and we both crawled under the table.
Moments later, something wet slapped against the door.

Ben covered his mouth to stifle a scream. I could still hear his whimper.
Another slap against the door, this one higher up. I could hear another set of footprints further off, counting at least three individuals in total.
Then, creaking metal.
The handle was turning.

Ben couldn’t shut up. He was on the cusp of hyperventilation, and it seemed to just be a matter of time.
“You gotta stop, Ben,” I whispered. “You gotta stop. Just stop.”
“I-I… I can’t… I can’t just…no, I-I…”
It got worse. I put my hand over his mouth, forcing it shut. I could feel his hot breath on my fingers.
The door handle turned, as something wet slapped its way into the room; only slightly muffled by the carpet.
More clicking. More rattled exhales. Something viscous and warm dropping onto the floor in chunks.
I could feel Ben’s breathing growing more and more irregular. Faster.

Something slammed down on the table above us. Ben couldn’t help it.
He yelped.

For a moment, everything was silent. Every room, every guard, every vehicle outside. I didn’t even realize I was holding my breath until my face started feeling warm.
Then, one of the office chairs was flung across the room.
Hissing. Angry, animalistic hissing. And suddenly, Ben shuddered.
“It’s standing on my foot,” he breathed. “It’s… it’s stand… standing… on my-“
Ben grabbed a hold of me. Clinging to me.
And in the next breath, he was pulled out from under the table.

He wasn’t even screaming anymore, just… wailing like a frightened child struggling to understand his lungs. I heard something heavy come down on him, over and over, like a primate trying to crush a watermelon. Temporary lapses in his breathing as his ribs were crushed. Something snapping as his arm was twisted out of its socket. Drops of something warm spattering, hitting me across the face and the right side of my arm.
I could’ve stayed. I could’ve hoped that they’d move on. And yet, something in the back of my mind was telling me to run.

So I did.

Even in the dark, I knew this place by heart. I scrambled out from under the table, burst through the door, and headed straight for the exit.
A dozen voices screamed at me from a dozen directions.
“Go go go! Come on!”
“This way!”
“Don’t look back!”
“Stay low! Stay low!”
Something was panting, trying to catch up. Something wet. I could feel it brush against the back of my head, pulling away a handful of strands of hair.

The front doors opened as the man in the flannel shirt pulled me out. Gunfire echoed as whatever’d been behind me retreated into the dark.
I only caught a glimpse of them. Slick, oil-black skin. Eyes like a shark; deep and unfeeling. Rows of syringe-like teeth. Roughly humanoid, but only by shape.
Someone yelled out that they got one. Emboldened, doors started to open. More gunfire, screams, and flashes of light.
Yet all I could concentrate on was the deep dark blood covering my hands; still dripping from my face.

After that, things went fast.
I was pulled out and examined. They went for the segment about the escaped convict, claiming at least one known victim.
They kept the story small and local. If you lived in the area back in 2013 it is possible you might’ve caught it on the morning and afternoon news on April 12th. A short mention of it on the 13th. We were under strict control, and they weren’t kidding around when it came to threats. They made it very clear that a single word about this would not only jeopardize our career; but our very lives.

It’s been 10 years. I’ve changed a few locations, a few names, and a few details. But the gist of it is right there.
Maybe they’re still checking in on us from time to time to see if we’re behaving. I don’t think they are.
I’m making this as a sort of witness to what really happened that day. There was no escaped convict. No knife attacks. But people died that day, and I still haven’t got the faintest clue as to why. And we can’t even ask questions, or they’ll make us pay.
But I won’t forget. I can’t.

And you’ll never find me anywhere near West Virginia again.
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  5. Karen Foo - Forex Trading - Beginners Course
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  9. Kenneth Jeffrey Marshall - Good Stocks Cheap Value Investing with Confidence for a Lifetime of Stock Market Outperformance (Unabridged)
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  37. Larry Connors - Connors On Advanced Trading Strategies
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  40. Larry McMillan - New Option Strategy Course
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  56. Lawrence G. McMillan - The Predictive Power of Futures Options
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  63. Learn to Trade The NEWS
  64. Learn Trade with Smart Money
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  66. Learn, Plan, Profit - Your A-Z Blueprint To Mastering The Stock Market By Ricky Gutierrez
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  68. Lee Lowell - Put Option Selling Workshop
  69. Leslie Jouflas - MTA Webinar; Trade What You See -12-9-21
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  76. Liberate FX Master Course
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  78. Linda Raschke - Intraday Timing Using Market Internals Webinar LBR Group
  79. Linda Raschke - MTA Webinar; Traditional and Unique Ways to Use Relative Strength
  80. Linda Raschke - Schabacker 21st Century LBR
  81. Linda Raschke - Sklarew and Momentum Trading Tricks Webinar
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  84. Live Traders – Technical Stock Trading – Jared Wesley
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2023.05.15 16:48 HelloLurkerHere Senegalese immigrant Ibrahima Diouf disappeared in 2021 after an argument with the owner of the farm he worked at in Jaén (Spain). In 2013 Malian immigrant Tidiany Coulibaly had disappeared after an argument with the same farmer. LE has begun investigating their cases as possible murders.

Villacarrillo is a small rural town of just 10,800 inhabitants in the municipality of Jaén, Andalusia (southern Spain).
Like other towns of its kind, its economy is based on agriculture. It had also experienced the same flight than other towns from the rural 'inner Spain' have been experiencing since the tourism boom of the 1960s, in which the young leaves for the cities (especially in the coast) for better paid work. Because of this, the number of farm-hands in the country has been in a steady decline ever since -Spain's current economy is heavily invested on international tourism, so much so that in fact we are the second most visited country in the planet (France is the first). As a result, the agrarian industry has survived in good part through the work of immigrants that come to Spain from poorer countries.
These immigrants come mostly from Maghreb countries and Central Africa, and very often they are in a situation of irregular migratory status. Because of this, as a collective they're especially vulnerable to exploitation and abuse at the hands of farmers and land owners -since a lot of them are staying in Spain without visa nor residence permits, they have no way of reporting to the ITSS (Spain's occupational law inspection agency) the exploitation they're victims of without fearing deportation. They typically do piecework and are paid in cash.
Over the years, the Spanish government has implemented a series of reforms regarding agricultural work done by immigrants in order to help all parties involved; new types of piecework contracts with a guaranteed minimum wage for the foreign workers, and with them the immigrants are also granted an easier path to legal residence in Spain. Farmers and landowners benefit from these reforms by having legal means for hiring immigrants to work for them, access to job banks and recruitment services that facilitate finding and hiring these foreign workers.
While many land owners operate within the law, to this day there is still a significant problem in Spain's agricultural industry regarding the exploitation of immigrants. In tese cases they're forced to work extremely long days with no regards for their safety; for example, summers in the inner Spain are extremely hot, and stories of immigrants being coerced into working 12+ hours on 40 ºC (104 ºF) days are not unheard of.
The aforementioned new contracts stipulate a minimum wage of approximately €51/day ($56/day)*, but the immigrants working for shady employers are often being paid half of that, sometimes even less, aren't insured and have no way to accessing medical or legal help without risking deportation. These employers also incur in essentially tax evasion/fraud and in some instances they've been known to exploit minors in conditions of quasi-slavery (an extremely serious criminal offense in Spain).
\An immigrant being paid €25/day under the table makes approximately just €600/month for close to 300 hours of physical work. For comparison, as of 2023 the Spanish government sets the poverty line at €795/month.*
Ibrahima Diouf
Ibrahima moved from Senegal to Spain in 2016, when he was 27-years old. He was from a coastal town named Yene, some 30 kilometers (18 miles) east of Senegal's capital city Dakar. Ibrahima was married and had a young daughter -who was just two years old when he left for Spain- with his wife. His wife and daughter live in Yene.
Ibrahima's physical appearance was hard to miss; he was two-meters tall (6'7") and weighed some 90 kg (200 lbs).
He had migrated to Spain following the steps of his brother Moussa -who had migrated earlier had had already been working in Spanish crops for a while. Ibrahima had accessed Spain first by risking his life crossing the 100+ km (60+ mi) stretch of ocean between Western Sahara and Canary Islands in a patera before moving to mainland Spain in 2018. In the following two years the two brothers worked for different farmers across southern Spain, sometimes together but other times far apart. Both men sent a good part of the little money they made to their families back in Senegal, and Ibrahima often texted/called his wife and daughter.
By late 2020 Ibrahima had found work for a 51-year old agrarian businessman named Ginés Vicente López, harvesting olives, near the aforementioned town of Villacarrillo. Working for Ginés was, according to what Moussa had been told by his brother via phone, a nightmare; every African worker there was illegally employed, very poorly paid, uninsured and, to make things worse, they all slept on mattresses laid on the floor of a shack. In the first days of 2021 Ibrahima had called Moussa. He was very agitated, frustrated and angry, and told his brother that he just couldn't put up with working for Ginés anymore. At the time of this call Moussa was working for a farmer in a rural town named Cartaya, in Huelva, at the other end of Andalusia. Ibrahima had worked there harvesting oranges before, and knew the farmer was pleasant to work with. Moussa told him he'd speak with his foreman to try get him work there again -Moussa's foreman agreed shortly after this call.
The morning of January 5th, 2021 (Tuesday) a very heavy rain poured on Villacarrillo, with very low temperatures. Ginés' olive orchards were completely flooded, but he still wanted the African immigrants to go head with the harvest under the extreme rain. Many of the workers (Imbrahima among them) complained about working in these conditions and refused. Ibrahima and Ginés ended up arguing very loudly in front of many people, until the young Senegalese man had enough and quit his job right there on the spot. He told Ginés; "It's over, I won't work for you anymore. Pay me what you owe me and I'll leave"\.*
\("Se acabó, ya no trabajo más para ti. Págame lo que me debes y me marcho", he said in Spanish according to witnesses)*
Ibrahima was seen by his fellow African workers packing his luggage that day. He left the farm carrying his red wheeled suitcase, wearing greenish blue pants, a black jacket and black and white sneakers. The following day, some 440 kilometers (270 miles) southwest of Villacarrillo, Moussa went to Cartaya's bus station to pick his brother up, but Ibrahima did not come out of the bus that he had supposedly been traveling in -investigators would later learn he never boarded the bus in the first place. Ibrahima hasn't been seen or heard of again ever since he left the farm in Villacarrillo on January 5th, 2021.
Moussa filed a missing person report. At first law enforcement did not think Ibrahima's disappearance was a concerning matter -every year numerous immigrants like him leave Spain on short notice (if any) and go back to their home countries or enter another country illegally. But Ibrahima hasn't been in touch with his wife ever since he went missing, nor with Moussa nor with any other relatives in Senegal or abroad (he had relatives in Italy, France and Portugal too).
The Guardia Civil) began to look closely at his case, and so Ginés was investigated. And here's where the red flags began to raise; Ginés had been in trouble with the law many times in the past before because of the way he treated workers. In 2016 the Andalusian Court sentenced him to a total of two and half years in prison and to pay a total of €11,400 ($12,380) for exploitation of illegal agrarian workers, cannabis possession, electricity theft and obstruction of police investigation.
But it was something that had happened in Villacarrillo back in 2013 what made Guardia Civil investigators to stop treating Ibrahima's case as a mere disappearance and summon the UCO into the investigation. UCO stands for Unidad Central Operativa, and it's Guardia Civil's special unit for cases of the most serious types of crime; like, for example, murder.
Picture of the olive orchard where Ibrahima worked at in Villacarrillo before going missing.
Tidiany Coulibaly
In 2013 Tidiany was a 22-year old immigrant from Mali working in Villacarrillo for Ginés, along with his cousin Nama. His experience at the olive farm had been as bad as Ibrahima's, and Tidiany too began having arguments with Ginés on working conditions and wages.
By December of 2013 tensions had escalated significantly, mostly over the extremely low wages -Ginés was paying them only €20 ($22) a day, just 39 percent of what they were entitled to for their work. So much so, that Tidiany had convinced his fellow African workers to organize into some sort of improvised union, of which he became the representative. On December 17th (Tuesday) Tidiany, along with Nama and other African workers, met with Ginés at a coffee shop in order to sit down and discuss their differences. Just like it would happen with Ibrahima seven years later, the discussion turned into a shouting match between Tidiany and Ginés, witnessed not only by the other workers but also by all customers that were present at the coffee shop at the time.
Tidiany and Ginés angrily parted ways after the argument was over and exited the coffee shop. Tidiany's whereabouts ever since remain a mystery to this day.
Nama filed a missing person report the following day (December 18th), after Tidiany was nowhere to be found and didn't answer his calls nor texts. The Guardia Civil team investigating his disappearance got hold of the geo-location data produced by Tidiany's cellphone, which had pinged for the last time the day of his disappearance at a finca owned by Ginés' family some ninety minutes after the meeting at the coffee shop. During his witness report (unaware of this piece of data), Ginés told investigators that Tidiany had never been to there, which raised the first suspicions. What is more, Ginés couldn't provide any alibi of his own whereabouts during these ninety minutes.
The Guardia Civil was granted a search warrant on Ginés' finca, which they accessed with a couple of specialized dogs; two Belgian Shepherds named Elton and Dzana. Elton, a 400-cases veteran cadaver dog that passed away in 2020, would become famous in Spain a few years later for being the dog that would finally find the body of Diana Quer. Dzana is currently retired due to her old age and lives with an adoptive family. It was precisely Dzana who found a very important piece of evidence; Tidiany's camouflage-themed ear muffs -the same ones he's wearing in the picture attached to his missing person's profile, in fact. The ear muffs were found on the ground at the olive orchard adjacent to the finca.
What is more, Elton gave a positive sign next to one particular olive tree, although subsequent inspection of the spot yielded no results. It later surfaced, through cross-examination of witness reports, that the day of Tidiany's disappearance Ginés had been wearing a striped sweater that no one had seen him wear again ever since. When Guardia Civil investigators asked Ginés about it, the farmer became evasive and the garment in question has never been found. Plus, the day after Tidiany went missing, Ginés was seen carrying one of his arms on a sling, apparently injured.
Investigators had set a perimeter around the area where Tidiany's ear muffs had been found. Ginés' was arrested shortly after for breaching into the perimeter, even when he had been previously warned that he had no legal right to do such thing. He was also caught by investigators in another contradiction; upon learning that Tidiany's ear muffs had been found at the finca, Ginés tried to explain he must have lost them at some time in the past while working at the olive orchard. In reality, no witness could put Tidiany working at that orchard in particular -and let's remember that Ginés had also said earlier that Tidiany had never been there before. In May of 2014 Ginés was arrested again, now as an official suspect for the disappearance of Tidiany Coulibaly; potential charges of unlawful arrest, kidnapping and murder were brought up. The trial concluded in 2016. Ginés was convicted for the exploitation and fraud charges mentioned earlier in this writeup, but absolved of all charges regarding Tidiany's disappearance.
In January of 2014 about one thousand African agrarian workers had taken the streets of Villacarrillo in protest for the apparent apathy locals showed towards Tidiany's disappearance and their exploitation, and some among them engaged in destructive behavior. Shortly after, a number of neighbors gathered in a counter-protest about the vandalism, but many among them used it to push for an anti-immigration agenda -authorities hadn't approved the counter-protest because of that, in fact. It seems that Villacarrillo's population is divided about this topic, which is apparently so polarizing that many locals prefer to not to bring it up.
In 2015 Ginés' lawyer requested the Guardia Civil to find out whether Tidiany and Nama were yihadists. The only basis provided for such request was solely that they shared nationality and last name with Amedy Coulibaly, one of the perpetrators of the terror attacks in Paris, France, in January of that year. The Guardia Civil obliged the request, but the CNI (Spain's bureau of intelligence)) did not find any evidence of Tidiany nor Nama ever been linked to terrorism in either Spain or Mali. The defense would later admit that it had been Ginés' idea.
Spanish authorities ended up collecting a DNA sample from Tidiany's mother in Mali, with the help of the Malian government, in case it could help the investigation in the future.
Current Investigation
According to the Guardia Civil's UCO team assigned to the case, the two disappearances are 'almost identical', and beginning from 2022 Ginés has become once again the main suspect behind them; Tidiany's last known probable whereabouts place him at a finca of his property, and according to Moussa, the last thing his brother Ibrahima told him by phone before going missing was that he was going to meet with Ginés to collect his last paycheck before buying a bus ticket to Cartaya, and that he'd call him again once he had the money -that call never took place, and Moussa's attempts to call Ibrahima back were met with the automatic 'phone off' voice message. Investigators have told the press that they're 'almost certain' Tidiany and Ibrahima met with foul play in the days of their respective disappearances.
On top of that, many witnesses explained the Guardia Civil investigators that in January of 2021, just a few days after Ibrahima's disappearance, Ginés had been seen angrily tearing down the missing person's posters his African coworkers had been placing around the streets of Villacarrillo.
The UCO has been granted search warrants for many of Ginés' private properties, but so far they have found no trace of any of the two missing men other than Tidiany's ear muffs. They've also looked for them in the areas surrounding the orchard where Tidiany's ear muffs were found; it's located at a valley of rather difficult access, and it's believed their remains could be hidden somewhere there.
Last November a team of divers looked for their bodies at a muddy pond in the town. The search yielded no clues.
Panoramic view of the area adjacent to Ginés' finca. UCO's investigators believe Tidiany's and Ibrahima's bodies could be somewhere here.
In September of 2022 a journalist from the newspaper El Español briefly interviewed Ginés by phone before the farmer hung up. Ginés engaged in a victimist diatribe for most of it, in which his racism also became blatantly evident (investigators had previously taken notes of his bigoted attitude towards black people when they were granted a wire-tapping warrant), saying stuff like "it's a shame that blackies\ in Spain are poor, but no one forces them to come here"* and that "both journalists and the Guardia Civil are just rats that want to destroy his life". In the interview he also refers to his African farmhands as 'filth that comes from outside'.
\(he used the word 'negritos', whose best translation IMO is 'blackies'. In any case, it's pejorative)*
Last week (May of 2023) the Guardia Civil requested the help of the citizens in order to get leads that could help solve these two cases. They've requested especially the help of people that could submit pictures of videos taken in Villacarrillo and surrounding areas in the days Tidiany and Ibrahima went missing.

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2023.05.09 03:51 natstitches Tracking COVID Wastewater Data in the United States

Below is a list of places to look for wastewater data in every state plus a couple of territories.
Things to consider:
  1. If you don’t know how to read data and charts, I recommend learning about data analysis and statistics. If you’re not sure where to start, Khan Academy has some great lessons here: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/statistics-probability
  2. You *cannot* compare the numbers of different cities to each other unless you know for sure that they are using the same sampling method and analysis. For example, in my state of North Carolina, the state does testing and the CDC does testing. They use two different methods. You cannot compare the numbers of the state sites to the CDC sites.
  3. Many states report to the CDC and do not provide their own data visualization. The CDC’s data visualization of wastewater is not great.
  4. It’s best to view most of these on a desktop browser instead of mobile.
  5. Almost all data is delayed by at least 1-3 weeks
  6. Many wastewater data pages will also post case counts. With enough historical data, this can be useful for correlating wastewater to low transmission levels during times when testing was high. But just make sure you know what data you’re reading.
  7. A million viral gene copies per person sounds like a lot. But, for example, again in North Carolina, 1 million gene copies per person is actually correlated with extremely low transmission back during the times when people were testing. So, know what the data is telling you.
If you know of data that I’m missing, please post in the comments and I’ll add it to the list.
*Scroll down and look for a search box where you can enter your state
(I did not list Biobot and WastewaterSCAN locations that have ended their monitoring. Some of them may still be listed on the sites)
Biobot has data for Colbert, Lee, Madison, Shelby, St Clair
WastewaterSCAN has data for Jefferson County
Biobot has data for Juneau
American Samoa
Territory-wide - can’t find
Biobot has data for La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Pima, and Yavapai counties
Biobot has data for Benton, Boone, Garland, Greene, Hempstead, Jefferson, Lonoke, Mississippi, Ouachita, Pope, Pulaski, Saline, St Francis, Washington, and White counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Harrison (appears to be new, so there’s not much)
Statewide (map loads slowly)
Biobot has data for Alameda, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Kings, Lake, Los Angeles, Monterey, Riverside, Sacramento, San Diego, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo, Santa Cruz and Sonoma counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for the Bay Area, Davis, Indio, Laguna Niguel, Lancaster, Lompoc, Los Angeles County, Los Banos, Madera, Merced, Modesto, Monterey, Ontario, Paso Robles, Riverside, Turlock, Sacramento, San Diego, Santa Cruz, Winters, and Woodland
Biobot has data for Garfield County
WastewaterSCAN has data for Parker
New Haven/Yale - (under current data, select SARS-COV-2; there is also data for influenza, rsv, adenovirus, monkeypox, and human metapneumovirus)
UCONN/Storrs Campus
Biobot has data for Fairfield, Hartford, Middlesex, New Haven and New London counties
New Castle County
Biobot has data for New Castle County
WastewaterSCAN has data for Seaford
Orange County
Biobot has data for Alachua, Hillsborough, Leon, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Orange, Palm Beach, Pinellas, and Seminole counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Altamonte Springs, Jupiter, Miami, North Miami, Orange County, South Miami
Statewide (click on summary report tab at top)
Georgia Tech campus
Biobot has data for Dekalb and Richmond counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Atlanta, College Park, Columbus, and Roswell
Biobot has data for Hawaii, Honolulu, and Kuai counties
Biobot has data for Latah County
WastewaterSCAN has data for Boise and Coeur d’Alene
Biobot has data for Cook, Kankakee, Peoria, and Winnebago counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Glen Elyn and Wheaton
Biobot has data for Allen, Benton, Delaware, Dubois, Hamilton, Howard, Huntington, Kosciusko, Lake, Monroe, Ripley, St Joseph, Vigo, and Wayne counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Bloomington, Jeffersonville, and South Bend
Biobot has data for Johnson, Mahaska, Polk and Woodbury counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Clinton, Coralville, Marshaltown, Muscatine, and Ottumwa
Biobot has data for Allen, Ford, Johnson, Reno, Sedgwick, and Shawnee counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Kansas City, Lawrence, and Salina
Louisville-Jefferson County/UL
Biobot has data for Harrison, Jefferson, and Kenton counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Louisville
Biobot has data for East Baton Rouge, Jefferson, Lafayette, and Rapides parishes
Biobot has data for Androscoggin, Aroostook, Cumberland, Franklin, Hancock, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Oxford, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Sagadahoc, Waldo, Washington, and York counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Brunswick, Portland, and York
Montgomery County (scroll down for charts; data on influenza and rsv available as well)
Biobot has data for Anne Arundel, Charles, Garrett, Howard, St Mary’s, and Washington counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Hagerstown and Hollywood
Boston area (it’s Biobot data)
Biobot has data for Barnstable, Berkshire, Bristol, Essex, Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex, Nantucket, Plymouth, Suffolk, and Worcester counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Boston and Millbury
UM tracks wastewater for Ann Arbor, Flint, Jackson, Tecumseh, and Ypsilanti
WastewaterSCAN has data for Ann Arbor, Jackson, Jenison, Mt Pleasant, Traverse City, and Warren
Statewide (click on a region, wait for two graphs to pop up on right, wastewater is the chart on the bottom)
Saint Paul/UM (not just campus)
Biobot has data for Dakota and Hennepin counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Mankato, Rochester, and St Cloud
Statewide (click location and then scroll down for local data)
Biobot has data for Cape Girardeau and Jefferson counties
Lewis and Clark County (scroll down but note that the charts are atrocious. They all look as if there has been no COVID for a long time, but if you hover over the circles, you’ll see that the actual data numbers change.)
Biobot has data for Custer, Park and Teton counties
Statewide (publishes data in pdf form, click the blue box that reads “View the Wastewater Surveillance Trends Report”)
Biobot has data for Lancasater and Saunders counties
Southern Nevada
Biobot has data for Clark, Elko, and Washoe counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Las Vegas
New Hampshire
Biobot has data for Carroll, Merrimack, and Sullivan counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Concord, Dover, Penacook
New Jersey
Biobot has data for Essex, Hudson, Monmouth, Passaic, and Union Counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Belmar, Cumberland County, Newark and Township of Ocean
New Mexico
Biobot has data for Bernalillo, Los Alamos and Santa Fe counties
New York
Statewide (click on location then scroll down for local data)
Biobot has data for Nassau County
North Carolina
Statewide (scroll down and use menu drop down bar for local data options. Note: not all cities are updating wastewater data anymore)
Biobot has data for Cumberland, Duplin, Stanly, and Vance counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Kinston and Winston-Salem
North Dakota
Biobot has data for Grand Forks and Stark counties
Statewide (click location on map or sidebar then scroll for local data)
Biobot has data for Summit County
WastewaterSCAN has data for Akron and Youngstown
Biobot has data for Beckham, Carter, and Comanche counties
Statewide (click on a location on the map and a chart will load to the right)
Biobot has data for Clackamas, Deschutes, Multnomah, and Yamhill counties
Borough of Indiana
Biobot has data for Bucks, Butler, Chester, Dauphin, Erie, Franklin, Indiana, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Montgomery, and Westmoreland counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Delaware County and Harrisburg
Puerto Rico
can’t find
South Carolina
Biobot has data for Anderson, Florence, Georgetown, Greenville, Greenwood, Horry, and Pickens counties
South Dakota
Biobot has data for Minnehaha and Pennington counties and
WastewaterSCAN has data for Yankton
Biobot has data on Bradley, Chester, Davidson, Hamilton, Shelby, Sullivan, and Sumner counties
San Marcos
Biobot has data for Dallas, El Paso, Galveston, Kaufman, Tarrant, Travis, and Webb counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Amarillo, Gainesville, Garland, Laredo, Montgomery County, South Laredo, Sunnyvale, and Wichita Falls
US Virgin Islands
Biobot has data for St Croix and St Thomas islands
Statewide (click on a location, it’s slow but data for the location will appear on the right)
Biobot has data for Davis and Salt Lake counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Central Salt Lake Valley and Provo
Statewide - the way the data presented is not user friendly, but you can at least get an idea of an area is on the rise or not. Click the button that reads “Download Current Surveillance Report (Updated Wednesdays)”
Biobot has data for Bennington, Chittendon, Franklin, and Windsor counties
WastewaterSCAN has data for Essex Junction, Montpelier, and South Burlington
Biobot has data for Alexandria, Alleghany, Arlington, Franklin, Frederick, Hanover, Henry, Mecklenburg, Petersburg, Pulaski, Stafford and Wise counties.
WastewaterSCAN has data for Hillsville, Little Falls Run, and Stafford.
Statewide - use drop down menu on the left navigation bar to see local data, but these are codes for wastewater treatment sites instead of names of towns or cities
Biobot has data for Benton, Clark, Mason, Skagit, and Snohomish counties
Washington, DC
Biobot is monitoring the district
West Virginia
Biobot has data for Ohio County
WastewaterSCAN has data for Wheeling
Statewide - scroll down a bit and you’ll see a list of locations on the left navigation bar, click and the data for that location will display on the right.
Biobot has data for Dane County
Biobot is monitoring three counties: Sheridan, Sweetwater, and Teton
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2023.05.07 21:59 TagProLeaderboards Weekly Leaderboard Log/Statistics for May 07, 2023

# Name Points Time Win% G W L Pup% Save% Tags Popped Grabs Caps Hold Prevent Returns Support DCs
1 BalinGrad 5765 26:26:41 36% 341 121 204 5% 23% 1604 2153 1702 90 02:18:59 04:27:55 1393 6576 6
2 CappinMorgan 5581 21:53:23 60% 259 156 101 7% 33% 1830 1839 1619 146 02:57:14 04:21:24 1640 6921 0
3 Guaderno 4684 18:35:13 52% 225 117 104 9% 20% 1896 1630 1460 121 02:03:32 03:23:07 1710 6018 0
4 GetPupsDeep 4558 19:11:43 45% 225 101 118 12% 0% 1214 1508 1292 106 02:29:54 02:40:58 836 5028 2
5 Toppy 4526 20:04:10 40% 253 101 145 10% 0% 1179 1760 1455 95 02:39:52 03:07:35 1013 5125 1
6 La_Cocaine 4508 17:13:00 58% 246 140 49 16% 12% 1773 1442 1386 144 02:34:37 02:59:35 1382 6116 51
7 Russ 4415 16:00:12 75% 205 154 51 16% 100% 1894 1367 1294 150 02:03:20 02:58:33 1561 5338 0
8 interfaced 4368 17:57:19 54% 213 113 96 8% 33% 1362 1666 1469 112 02:24:16 02:25:52 1135 6337 0
9 rd 4341 16:06:32 66% 196 129 64 12% 40% 1665 1336 1279 147 02:22:29 02:46:55 1406 4414 0
10 Slowpolka 4261 16:47:05 52% 206 107 96 15% 50% 1335 1511 1370 155 02:34:27 01:57:13 1060 4479 0
11 lizzey 4226 16:11:48 56% 195 111 82 15% 100% 1614 1378 1274 125 02:16:06 02:41:09 1301 4690 2
12 ThirdWheel 4173 16:23:14 56% 207 116 85 6% 100% 1640 1192 996 77 01:33:01 03:48:34 1482 4615 6
13 Pluto 3989 16:40:10 50% 213 106 101 7% 33% 1335 1572 1414 128 02:10:23 02:22:53 1150 5064 5
14 Akko 3902 16:01:21 56% 195 107 83 3% 50% 1269 1426 1257 120 01:53:49 02:55:10 1111 5289 1
15 CarrotCake 3838 12:35:03 84% 175 147 26 14% 66% 1594 1131 1178 198 02:24:18 01:48:27 1346 3952 0
16 Lasty 3798 14:42:53 59% 189 111 75 14% 66% 1416 1350 1325 158 02:29:59 02:00:40 1149 4417 2
17 Flexo 3769 14:51:54 62% 187 114 65 6% 33% 1352 1315 1206 126 01:50:40 02:29:37 1197 4090 4
18 KnicksFanTV 3751 15:31:32 46% 200 92 90 6% 20% 1545 1239 1082 88 01:24:01 03:09:16 1405 4832 14
19 JayBonita 3745 15:58:20 43% 203 88 111 6% 0% 1160 1467 1242 104 01:55:31 02:50:04 1006 5208 2
20 lady bug 3704 17:00:54 35% 221 76 139 4% 0% 1060 1416 1211 62 01:50:30 03:33:05 957 4692 2
21 Bellum 3701 16:04:54 48% 204 96 101 10% 20% 987 1482 1226 97 02:19:58 01:48:56 825 3799 3
22 kojiro 3613 15:30:26 37% 208 77 105 13% 50% 1014 1374 1179 73 01:47:25 02:15:24 755 3950 25
23 Iodized Salt 3555 14:03:09 64% 176 111 61 8% 33% 1223 1235 1162 103 02:08:05 02:17:44 1011 4343 0
24 THarsenal4 3428 14:43:25 46% 177 83 85 3% 0 1192 1061 856 76 01:36:37 03:15:14 1088 3634 9
25 Gemineye 3424 14:49:12 41% 176 72 102 7% 0% 1061 1164 943 60 01:37:38 02:37:56 929 4557 0
26 DrPoopBoots 3399 14:51:04 42% 189 78 103 6% 16% 1001 1211 1083 66 01:50:15 03:00:03 888 4262 3
27 OG Button 3382 14:53:33 35% 180 63 109 8% 20% 1024 1270 1093 67 01:49:01 02:21:23 829 4207 4
28 analfungus 3356 13:04:42 61% 167 102 57 11% 33% 1306 1281 1204 133 01:51:54 01:55:17 1155 3748 6
29 |/ 3315 13:07:58 58% 154 88 62 8% 0% 1209 1221 1069 81 01:31:07 02:15:34 1064 4662 1
30 Mr awesome:) 3313 12:16:23 73% 143 102 36 10% 37% 1373 1085 1038 115 01:42:08 02:27:32 1223 4174 0
31 Rasmus 3205 15:17:21 31% 196 61 127 5% 0% 819 1495 1212 43 01:35:07 02:51:02 722 3886 6
32 Pretzelcoatl 3178 12:35:15 50% 156 78 74 13% 25% 1003 1133 968 76 01:41:41 01:51:17 758 3951 1
33 We Lit 3092 13:33:00 38% 173 65 103 5% 0% 1018 1211 995 69 01:24:06 02:33:20 914 4190 2
34 spladdy 3064 12:13:28 50% 158 79 70 8% 0% 1118 1028 934 79 01:30:44 02:18:48 946 3903 8
35 Your Dad 3060 14:09:15 46% 182 83 67 10% 37% 1108 1313 1193 117 02:20:11 02:07:56 974 4154 28
36 Able 2940 11:24:25 57% 151 86 50 5% 50% 1073 971 900 84 01:41:41 02:06:58 973 3720 13
37 o o l e r 2918 11:51:54 55% 140 77 60 7% 33% 973 1178 1059 93 01:43:08 01:51:44 840 4059 1
38 Roll&letdie 2871 11:58:40 48% 147 70 72 5% 25% 885 967 861 77 01:22:58 02:09:41 799 3133 2
39 |NS|SoloDolo 2830 11:23:31 60% 143 85 54 9% 0% 969 975 938 98 01:19:34 01:50:59 838 2812 1
40 Texoccer 2805 11:10:56 54% 140 74 62 12% 25% 1083 755 677 55 01:07:11 02:25:46 950 3514 1
41 SnowPlow 2741 12:03:51 43% 153 66 80 7% 0% 793 1134 1010 83 01:49:59 01:45:59 683 3414 5
42 buy 2659 10:54:06 50% 134 67 52 8% 0% 893 924 860 66 01:29:33 02:23:31 803 2986 14
43 black orchid 2656 09:27:56 71% 116 82 32 11% 50% 1098 958 928 115 01:59:27 01:22:08 852 3087 0
44 Mad Max 2647 10:41:09 56% 137 76 51 7% 0% 722 942 855 83 01:39:19 02:03:06 646 3332 7
45 G.O.A.T. 2636 11:01:33 44% 138 60 75 13% 25% 925 945 819 51 01:22:25 01:52:37 718 3698 0
46 Diencash 2635 10:15:29 51% 123 63 58 11% 0% 1094 901 786 64 01:20:40 02:05:52 948 3658 1
47 lemonate 2625 10:29:51 49% 128 62 63 11% 33% 1111 804 645 60 00:53:49 02:00:50 937 3078 1
48 LogisticMap 2595 10:13:05 56% 127 71 54 5% 0% 917 926 848 79 01:22:39 01:43:04 844 3018 0
49 CoolHandJuke 2529 10:10:57 55% 138 73 54 14% 22% 970 759 647 39 01:03:35 01:48:14 755 2847 5
50 Zig! 2504 10:07:42 57% 131 75 56 4% 0 820 947 746 61 01:00:59 02:15:44 761 3615 0
51 BreadBall 2477 09:21:17 64% 118 76 40 10% 0% 1002 903 848 97 01:26:26 01:31:58 847 3335 1
52 umad 2469 10:50:00 50% 141 71 68 6% 0 761 1099 951 94 01:34:40 01:40:40 654 2680 2
53 Gasol 2404 09:22:46 65% 119 76 36 12% 40% 815 963 919 95 01:37:33 01:19:31 693 2882 4
54 hihi! 2397 09:44:36 50% 114 55 54 7% 33% 799 841 725 49 01:05:59 01:49:22 697 3265 1
55 5ca7f8f99ff6 2394 09:02:16 67% 111 74 32 14% 60% 823 842 834 99 01:37:50 01:29:12 685 2480 4
56 GROLL777 2390 11:00:34 34% 138 47 82 3% 33% 925 820 573 38 00:53:17 02:09:48 830 2726 8
57 Borgus 2388 09:34:39 50% 117 59 51 7% 100% 759 819 768 82 01:32:24 01:41:09 675 2756 7
58 PTVWHR 2386 10:16:56 37% 128 48 77 14% 0% 691 983 855 57 01:18:04 01:43:17 505 3045 2
59 WhiteBallker 2362 10:18:07 47% 132 61 51 9% 20% 824 910 740 55 01:13:50 01:52:19 700 3408 16
60 McPenis 2341 10:24:30 42% 140 58 63 6% 33% 795 923 802 49 01:07:18 01:45:19 700 3310 17
61 Jimmywise 2336 08:46:17 61% 109 65 39 13% 25% 846 793 733 74 01:24:32 01:21:16 682 2755 2
62 ~zion~ 2324 08:52:48 64% 112 70 39 12% 40% 886 865 798 96 01:20:06 01:24:04 720 2525 0
63 VapingPigeon 2321 09:15:56 68% 111 74 33 7% 0% 800 874 802 97 01:34:57 01:14:28 696 2857 1
64 Pickle Ball 2317 09:09:17 50% 111 56 53 10% 0% 664 772 685 47 01:07:55 01:42:52 568 2980 1
65 U Good 2297 08:49:56 61% 113 68 42 11% 0% 929 792 787 88 01:34:57 01:20:40 803 2800 1
66 king krule 2267 08:57:45 56% 118 65 44 14% 25% 811 794 714 65 01:28:07 01:24:27 686 2885 6
67 FTotti10 2251 09:22:00 50% 105 53 46 10% 50% 766 840 755 59 01:25:16 01:24:43 654 2561 5
68 Update 2247 09:34:37 45% 116 52 63 7% 0% 639 671 539 31 00:58:39 01:43:06 521 2295 0
69 Helen Keller 2244 08:01:40 68% 104 68 29 16% 33% 903 695 686 83 01:19:40 01:19:33 686 2078 3
70 springroll 2212 09:53:48 36% 120 43 72 3% 0% 775 1029 838 48 00:57:45 01:42:31 707 3762 4
71 dandandandan 2204 08:29:36 61% 107 65 41 11% 0% 873 719 629 64 00:52:21 01:36:35 756 3469 0
72 boogie 2200 08:27:29 61% 97 58 37 11% 50% 804 821 776 58 01:19:06 01:40:53 695 2899 0
73 the 2182 09:02:16 44% 110 49 58 5% 100% 794 758 597 43 00:49:05 01:56:18 717 3081 3
74 papergun 2179 09:01:24 50% 123 62 53 5% 0% 702 798 730 71 01:12:40 01:34:07 630 3030 7
75 Omnivore 2162 08:06:38 61% 100 61 38 14% 50% 772 788 762 88 01:26:48 01:14:05 614 2749 0
76 Yuju 2161 08:10:54 61% 107 65 41 8% 0% 810 626 560 60 00:58:40 01:38:32 732 2527 0
77 Penis Wings 2158 08:20:54 56% 96 54 41 10% 50% 649 827 810 77 01:31:18 01:13:14 540 2514 0
78 BallsToYou. 2156 09:17:38 44% 116 50 48 10% 33% 832 942 886 76 01:49:42 01:04:49 679 2824 14
79 Messy 2136 08:59:29 46% 113 52 56 10% 33% 724 745 615 41 01:03:25 01:19:02 592 2203 3
80 kmichael 2135 08:58:10 48% 112 52 54 9% 20% 681 757 622 41 00:59:34 01:51:07 540 2833 2
81 PuyoPuyo 2120 09:25:29 47% 116 54 58 5% 33% 531 905 722 42 01:16:57 01:16:58 468 2149 2
82 Jer32 2117 08:03:26 62% 101 62 37 14% 33% 757 708 680 82 01:21:13 01:21:27 602 2426 0
83 Jeffrey 2115 09:41:09 34% 125 42 78 4% 33% 626 588 383 15 00:25:00 02:15:40 575 2706 3
84 keithstoned1 2092 07:56:10 62% 97 60 34 16% 50% 711 633 609 80 01:19:27 01:10:02 556 2128 2
85 Ant-Man 2090 08:09:03 53% 91 48 41 16% 33% 913 618 543 49 00:46:20 01:29:06 682 2766 0
86 cazador 2085 08:51:01 46% 107 49 53 6% 66% 655 687 573 36 00:46:59 02:01:05 545 2540 4
87 TaylorWhiff 2075 07:52:25 60% 99 60 34 10% 100% 790 724 677 74 01:18:55 01:10:53 686 2680 5
88 Moth Balls 2072 08:26:14 52% 93 49 44 6% 100% 631 773 662 43 01:10:20 01:32:29 559 2855 0
89 Some Ball 2013 08:12:43 52% 98 50 45 9% 0% 756 664 558 31 00:55:36 01:26:47 614 2056 1
90 helprefugees 1971 08:16:27 45% 99 45 51 9% 0% 585 725 651 51 01:01:58 01:36:39 497 2701 2
91 BUTT 1966 08:33:24 43% 102 43 53 8% 33% 616 859 763 60 01:19:51 01:23:21 492 2819 4
92 Glimmer 1966 08:33:06 44% 106 45 45 6% 0% 551 725 668 49 01:08:13 01:17:21 447 2565 12
93 State Champ 1964 09:03:30 29% 114 33 77 5% 50% 567 691 518 22 00:39:11 01:53:08 514 2515 3
94 arksoldier 1963 07:25:00 68% 94 64 28 16% 100% 758 653 640 66 01:10:28 01:07:37 615 2173 2
95 Werth 1960 08:12:11 49% 100 49 48 10% 50% 586 761 668 52 01:07:04 01:17:34 474 2447 2
96 tbiol 1960 07:47:38 52% 95 48 44 17% 0% 760 606 520 47 01:00:55 01:22:30 564 2424 0
97 Frank 1956 07:41:01 59% 105 61 41 8% 0% 805 719 683 73 01:12:48 01:10:50 708 2389 1
98 Keyser Soze 1952 07:40:31 48% 102 48 49 11% 0% 569 609 540 45 00:56:39 01:22:02 480 2158 3
99 TARS 1945 07:24:24 54% 83 44 37 10% 0% 814 587 519 41 00:50:49 01:18:18 659 2666 0
100 DonaIdTrump 1909 07:23:42 62% 92 56 26 8% 0% 765 803 787 82 01:20:10 01:09:14 678 2715 8
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2023.05.04 20:57 clearliquidclearjar TALLAHASSEE WEEKLY EVENTS, 5/4 – 5/10

Events are listed by the day. Events that happen every week appear first, one time stuff after that. If you have anything you’d like people to know about, comment here or message me and I’ll add it in. If you’d like further info about any of the events, look it up! I usually don’t have any extra to add.
Large Scale, Ongoing, and Multi-Day Events
Local Running, Walking, and Biking Info: https://troubleafoot.blogspot.com/
OutdooFarmer’s Markets:
  • Oyster City Brewing Co: Jared Walker. 6pm
  • Hurricane: Blues Meets Girl. 7pm
  • The Bark: Bad Idols, Boo!, Brass Wizard, and Broken Couch Club. 8pm
  • Studio D: Bachata Fever. We always have a bachata workshop at 8 pm before Bachata Fever. We dance afterwards to the sounds of DJ Bacharod. The class is at 8 pm and Bachata Fever will start at 9:30 pm. Class $5/ Bachata Fever $5. Many times people are learning in class and may feel uncomfortable social dancing while they are still learning moves. We have a welcoming environment so stay and have fun and dance with everyone. That is how we learn. 8pm/$5
  • Blue Tavern: Music of the Spheres First Thursday with Hog-Eyed Man. 8pm
  • 926: Chef Will & Tonight’s Special with Mūn Rox (pronounced “Moon Rocks”). 8:30pm
  • Fire Bettys: May The 4th Be With You Party! 9pm
FRIDAY, 5/5 It’s Cinco AND graduation weekend, so go out at your own risk and remember to tip heavily.
  • Lake Tribe: Flannel Friday. Flannel Fridays will be featuring a wide range of fall themed 'Pop-up' activities such as food trucks, live music, campfires, s'mores roasting, new seasonal brews, and more! Come dawn your flannel and cozy up to the simpler things in life. Our beers taste like the outdoors feel, let our tasting room be your Friday cabin retreat. 4pm
  • Gamescape: MTG Friday Night Magic. FORMAT: Standard Constructed. Swiss rounds as determined by the number of players with a maximum of 5 rounds. 7pm/$5
  • Hobbit West: Friday Night Dart Tournament. Anyone can Enter! Sign ups at 7:30, Darts fly at 8:00/$10 entry fee
  • Ouzts Too: Karaoke with DJ Nathan. Best karaoke DJ in town. 8pm
  • Club Downunder: CDU X Hip Hop Club Presents Freestyle Friday. Show off your freestyle rap or poetry skills at Freestyle Friday! Doors are at 7:30 with the show starting at 8:00 in Club Downunder! Send an email to [email protected] to sign up! 8pm
  • The Bar at La Casa: Karaoke with DJ FUSION. 9pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with DJ Rah. 9pm-11pm/21+
  • 926: The Hot Friday Night Party and Drag Show. 9pm/$5/18+
  • Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve: Estuaries Day 2023. Families and Friends join us for our 2023 Estuaries Day at the Reserves Nature Center & Park. The first 600 guest will receive an Estuaries Day T-shirt and there will be free snacks available. Activities: Reptile Room, Touch Tanks, Microscopic Wonders of the Oyster Reef, Waterfront Race, Prescribed Fire Game, Drone Demonstrations, Portrait of a Shoreline Painting Activity, Oyster Corps Demo and Tasting, and much more! 1:30pm
  • Peppers: Paula Sofia - Cinco de Mayo Fiesta. 3pm
  • Blue Tavern: Everett Young. 5pm
  • El Jalisco Monroe: Elio Delgado. 5pm
  • Bicycle House: Biking Get Together - Bike Packing, Touring, Gear, fixing bikes en route. Come join us for a biking get together at bicycle house. Come at 5:30 for food and drink and at 6:15 for the program. Rick Zelznak will talk about bike packing and the gear needed while Jim man will talk about road touring and what he takes on his bike. In addition, Scott Benton will give tips on how to deal with mechanical issues while out on the road. Come on out, enjoy some tacos and Mexican beer, and talk bikes and biking. 5:30pm
  • El Jalisco Northside: Two Foot Level. 6pm
  • Hurricane: Tom and the Cats. 6pm
  • Tally Craft Lab in RR Sq: First Friday Craft Class. Mother’s Day DIY crafting for kids. Drop the kids off while you enjoy First Friday at the Art District! Each child will leave with a personalized Mother’s Day gift. Contact us for more info and to reserve your spot! 6pm
  • The Hub at Feather Oaks: Jerry Thigpen Trio. 6pm
  • Salty Dawg: Saylor Dollar. 6:30pm
  • Lake Tribe: Ben & the Back-Ups. 6:30pm
  • Square Mug: Bad Weather. 7pm
  • Oyster City Brewing Co: Local Forecast. 7pm
  • Island Wing Co: Grateful Dead Night with Lee C Payton. 7pm
  • The Bark: Bad Idols, Boo!, and Brass Wizards. 8pm/$10
  • Fire Bettys: Cinco De Disco Night with DJ Les Voss. 8pm/21+
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Red Rose Film Club Presents: THEY LIVE. Starring Rowdy Roddy Piper, THEY LIVE is an anti-consumerism allegory from horror master John Carpenter. After a pair of sunglasses allows Nada (Piper) to see the world as it is, he launches a crusade against the other-wordly entities that have turned America into a capitalist hellscape. 8pm
  • Duke’s and Dottie’s: Mainstream Band. 8pm
  • House of Music: Laura Rain and the Caesars. It is the Motor City where Aretha Franklin, Parliament-Funkadelic, Stevie Wonder, and Marvin Gaye all lived and created. A town where singers are continually influencing and defining the world around themselves. Laura Rain creates her own environment of expression through her music. Having released four albums of all original music since 2013, the band blends their favorite elements of funky ‘60s organ jazz, lowdown blues, dance music, old-school R&B, and soul. Laura and producer-songwriter George Friend have created a unique style, winning a prestigious Detroit Music Award for “Outstanding Blues Songwriters” and touring the U.S. Canada and Europe. Laura Rain’s voice soars as she weaves her own path through a classic, but thoroughly modern, funky sound, reimagining the r&b, gospel, blues, and soul that the city made famous. 8pm/$12
  • Crooked River Lighthouse: Full Moon Event. Join us for our Full Moon Lighthouse Climb on Friday, May 5th from 8:00-10:00 pm in Carrabelle, FL. Visitors can enjoy this opportunity to see the gorgeous natural surroundings of the St. George Sound and Carrabelle Beach under the glow of the rising moon. Guests can also visit the Keeper’s House Museum afterhours and see the new exhibit for the lighthouse’s original, historic Fresnel Lens. Visitors can also enjoy the glowing fire pit (weather permitting). Bring a chair and enjoy the evening. The climb to the top of the tallest Forgotten Coast lighthouse rewards bold climbers with breathtaking views of the bay. All climbers must be at least 44 inches tall. Advance reservations are required for those who wish to climb the lighthouse tower during this event by calling the Lighthouse gift shop. A limited number of climbers (max of 7) are allowed at one time. There will be a time limit for viewing from the top. Guests who would like a more leisurely climbing experience are welcome to enjoy one of the daytime climbs available every Wednesday through Sunday. Masks are welcome but not required. Crooked River Lighthouse is located in Carrabelle, just west of the Carrabelle Public Beach Park at 1975 Hwy 98 W, Carrabelle. For more information, contact the gift shop at 850-697-2732, [email protected] or https://www.crookedriverlighthouse.com. Funded in part by the Franklin County Tourist Development Council. 8pm-10pm/$8 for adults and $3 for kids
  • Brinkley Glen Park: Invasive Plant Removal. Join Master Gardener Volunteers at this weekly invasive plant removal event. This is a great way to learn to ID our invasive plant species and how to remove them. We recommend wearing long pants and sleeves, closed-toed shoes, gloves, a hat and mosquito spray. Bring gardening tools such as hand clippers, loppers, trowels, etc. if you have them. We are removing coral ardisia bushes and berries, nandina, tung trees, Tradescantia flumenensis, cat's claw vine, winged yam, Japanese climbing fern, skunkvine and more. Directions: The best way to get there is to take Meridian Rd to Waverly Rd, go to the next intersection and turn left onto Abbotsford Way, then turn left at the next road called Woodside Dr. At the stop sign turn left onto Lothian. Lothian ends in a cul-de-sac and there is a sign that says Brinkley Glen Park. 8:30am-11:30am
  • The Rose Room: The Rose Revue. Performances by your favorite entertainers and special guests! Shows at 8pm, 10pm, & Midnight! A unique cast EACH show! 7pm
  • Duke’s and Dottie’s: Line Dancing Plus Lessons. 7pm/21+
  • Bird’s Oyster Shack: Laughterday Night Fever. This week: Five Year Anniversary Laughterday Night Fever! Join us every Saturday at Bird's Aphrodisiac Oyster Shack for a free comedy show! 8:30pm
  • La Casa Bar: Karaoke With Nathan. 9pm-1am
  • Downtown Parks: Tallahassee Farmers Market Spring Festival. Join us for food samplings, live music, a K-9 And demonstration at 10:30, animal interactions from Redemptive Love Farm and face painting! 8am-Noon
  • Leon Sinks: First Saturday Hike. If it is the first Saturday of the month, it is time for a hike at Leon Sinks! We will meet at 9 am in the parking lot and hike the trail together to see the beautiful geological features of the area while walking on wooded hiking trails. Right off US 319 south of Tallahassee, the Leon Sinks Geological Area contains 5 miles of trails leading to a series of sinkholes big and small. The land in this area is underlain by a layer of limestone, eroded and dissolved by rainwater and groundwater to form caverns, holes, and tunnels. This type of terrain is called "karst" and results in many geological features such as wet sinkholes, depressions, natural bridges and a disappearing stream. The hikers can either hike the 3.6-mile Sinkhole Trail to view the numerous sinkholes and geological features, or the 2.8-mile Gum Swamp Trail around a cypress and gum swamp. We recommend wear hiking shoes and bringing a water bottle and consider bug spray or long pants/sleeves. 9am
  • Cosmic Cat Books: Free Comic Book Day. Cosmic Cat Comics and Collectibles is participating in Free Comic Book 2023! There will be a selection of Free Comic Book Day comics as well as some special sales on select items. Bring the kids for free face painting and comic books! 10am-5pm
  • Fallout Comics: Free Comic Book Day. Fallout will be hosting guest artists and writers all day along with sales and (of course) free comics! 11am-6pm
  • Red Shed: Swamp Coast Roots Project. 3pm
  • 225 E Pershing Street: First Saturday Market Day. This First Saturday…come visit The Art District Collective, Railroad’s newest location, to shop local goodies from our businesses and vendors! Music provided by Room 222, and food made by the amazing Taco Morra Mexican Grill. Each First Saturday that we host will have at least 1 giveaway. May’s First Saturday giveaway will be a free mini session by Kiser Photography. Also while here, you can view upcoming businesses, inquire about any remaining spaces, ask about upcoming events, studio rentals, or even ask about how you can utilize our space to host/cohost your own event. 5pm
  • Common Ground Books: Artist Workshop Series May Crochet Workshop. Beginner and intermediate crocheters welcome. No crochet knowledge is needed before attending this class. Space is limited. All ages welcome. All participants will need a crochet hook (between size 4-6mm) and a skein of yarn. Participants can bring their own supplies, or we will be happy to provide them at cost. 6pm/$20
  • Eve on Adams: Pair of Hearts. 6pm
  • Hurricane: Keith Taylor Band. 6pm
  • House of Music: Tim Russell and Late Night Karaoke. 6pm
  • Blue Tavern: Bog Lilies. 7pm
  • Oyster City Brewing Co: Mike and Gio. 7pm
  • The Bark: Celestial Circus featuring music from Lariat and Jester Privilege. 7pm
  • Fire Bettys: Ajeva and Soul Candy. 8pm/21+/free
  • Blue Tavern: Firefly Rebellion. 9pm
  • The Moon: Straight Outta Graduation Spring 23'. Spring Graduation Saturday premier upscale nightlife experience. A beautiful venue complimented by superior service and unmatched energy. Come experience the upscale nightlife you’ve craved all year long. The dress code is YOUNG & SEXY, FLY attire. Graduates In Free All Night. HOSTED BY: DJ DEMP. 10pm
  • Bicycle House: Sunday Ride. Ride at 10:30 AM from Bicycle House. We will ride the Cascades trail to the St Marks trail and down to Wakulla station and return, about 31 miles. Ride speed is 12 to 14 mph, with periodic regroups. Vernon Bailey is the ride leader. Vernon is a new CCC member who’s been biking for 50 years enjoys riding with small groups and weekend touring. 10am
  • Ology Northside: Ology Jazz Brunch. 11:30am
  • Gamescape: Pokémon League. Come learn, play, and trade with the Pokémon Trading Card Game and the Pokémon video games! We LOVE seeing new players, so come learn how to play! We play both the Trading Card Game and the Video Game casually and competitively. The store offers lots of different seating arrangements to meet our group's needs, as well as food, drinks, and Pokémon products for purchase. We are also hold regular, officially sanctioned tournaments for Pokémon Trading Card Game and Video Game Competitions! 2-4pm
  • House of Music: Songwriter Sunday. Songwriters of Tallahassee hosted by Rachel Hillman. Bring your original songs on Sunday - sign up is at 4:30. No Cover Songs please - this is an event celebrating original music. Accompanists and Bands Welcome - you must be able to set up within two minutes, so no crazy pedals or amp shenanigans. No Backing Tracks - Please find someone to play your song with you. 5pm
  • The Plant: Open Jam. All instruments, all players welcome. 5pm-9pm
  • House of Music: Perkins Street Pickers. 5pm
  • Oyster City Brewing: Comedy Night. Come have some laughs with us on Sunday nights! If you are interested in participating in the show, reach out to [email protected] 7:30pm
  • The Rose Room: Synful Sunday. 8pm
  • 926: Drag Me To Brunch. 11am
  • Leon County Humane Society: Bottle Baby Shower 2023. Say hello to some puppies and kittens who have already found refuge with LCHS and help us prepare for more to come! Once the weather warms up, more animals go into heat resulting in more unwanted puppies and kittens who need to be spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed, and weaned! We will have fosters present to show you the babies and answer questions on becoming a foster parent! The animals at this event are not yet adoptable, but their fosters know when they'll be of age and can help you with that process as well. Noon
  • Ology: Marauders Market One Year Bash! Noon
  • Common Ground Books: Clothing Swap. Clothing Swap! This event will take place the first Sunday of every month (unless otherwise noted). Bring your clothes you no longer want, fit, or no longer feel like "you", and switch them out or just donate them to others. Clothing for all ages welcome. Please bring clothes in a bin or box so they can be easily browsed. Any clothing left will be considered a donation and held for the next swap or be made available for those in need. 2pm
  • Ruby Diamond: TYO Spring Concert. 3pm
  • The Hub at Feather Oaks: Anna Wescoat. 3pm
  • The Red Shed: First Sunday Blues Jam. 3pm
  • 926: Grad Bash featuring music from Soul Candy, Kanise, Flying Bison, and Megan Eileen. 8pm
**MONDAY, 5/8
  • Just One More: Bingo. 5pm-6:30pm
  • American Legion Hall: Cha Cha - Weekly Lessons. 6:15pm/$5
  • Hangar 38: Bingo. 6:45pm
  • Vino Beano: Tipsy Trivia. 7pm
  • The Rose Room: Karaoke Night. 8pm
  • Oyster City Brewing: The Bachelor Watch Party! 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Happy Hour with Paddy League. 5pm
  • World of Beer: Poker Night. 6pm
  • The Rose Room: Drag Bingo and Open Stage Night ft. Britney T. Foxx! 6pm
  • Crafty Crab: BOOMIN' Karaoke. 7pm
  • Ology Midtown: Jazz Jam Sessions. 7pm
  • Island Wings: Trivia. 7pm
  • House of Music: Tuesday Trivia & Karaoke. 7pm
  • Burrito Boarder: Karaoke with DJ Roldus. 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Tuesday is Blues Day. Every Tuesday is Blues Day @ the Blue Tavern and Blues Meets Girl is a Tallahassee favorite. This perfect, intimate venue provides just what you need for both a mid-week break and authentic blues music experience. 8pm
  • 4th Quarter: Professor Jim's Tuesday Night Trivia. Popular for a reason! 8pm
  • Argonaut Coffee: Trivia Tuesday. 8pm
  • 926: Tacos and Trivia. 9pm
  • Fire Betty’s: Comedy Show. 9pm/21+
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Tallahassee Filmmaker Meeting. Join us at Cap City Video Lounge to pitch and discuss coming film ideas and video projects, both currently in production or in the pre-production stages! No experience is necessary to join, but a small $5 admission fee will go towards our wonderful meeting location to continue supporting the passion of movie making in the local community! Please invite local actors, crew members, and film enthusiasts to join us. 7:30pm
  • Blue Tavern: D. Scott Riggs. 9pm
  • Rose Room: Women's Wednesday. Featuring Our Rose Roulettes and drink specials all night long. A night for all of our female-identifying friends to enjoy a safe space and an awesome happy hour! 5pm-2am
  • Blue Tavern: The Wednesday Night Lab Session hosted by Jim Crozier. 5pm
  • Tara Angel’s Magic: D&D Experience - Adult (18+) Group. Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition - Candlekeep Mysteries. A one-shot is a D&D event that starts and finishes in the same session, typically lasting 3 - 4 hours. We have pre-generated characters for players to choose from. WHAT TO BRING: Pencils, Dice (can be purchased in store), Mask (encouraged for unvaccinated participants), Enthusiasm! Please sign up in advance to reserve a spot in this campaign. Tickets can be purchased in-store, over the phone, or on the website. For more information, please email [email protected], or call: (850) 878-4555 6pm-9pm
  • Goodwood: Wonderful Wednesday. 6pm/$5
  • Level 8 Rooftop Lounge: Trivia. 6pm
  • The Great Games Library: Open Game Night. 6pm/free
  • American Legion Hall: Sue Boyd Country Western and More Dance Class. Session 2 - Beginner 6:30 to 7:45 pm What: East Coast Swing and Waltz. Cost: $8.00 per person. Wear comfortable shoes you can turn in. 7:45 to 8:15 - Practice dance with paid admission. 8:15 to 9:30: Intermediate - 2 Step and WCS. $8.00 per person or $13.00 for both classes. Vaccines are required. Face masks are optional. Changing partners is optional. 6:30pm
  • Perry Lynn’s Smokehouse in Quincy: Wed Night Open Mic w/ Steven Ritter and Friends. 6:30pm
  • Hangar 38: Trivia. 6:45pm
  • Oyster City Brewing Tallahassee: Trivia. Teams up to 6 players for three rounds with 10 questions and a tie breaker each round. Winners are by round so don’t worry if you need to come late or can’t stay the whole time! Prizes include a round of beer, a 6 pack and a gift card! 7pm
  • Proof: Trivia. 7pm
  • Vino Beano: Wine Bingo. 7pm
  • Fermentation Lounge: Trivia. 7pm
  • The Bark: Oceans in the Sky, Dizzy Bats, and Medians. 7pm
  • House of Music: Open Mic at House of Music. Join us Wednesday nights for open mic in the bar with host Mike Ingram of The Brown Goose. Come early for Happy Hour and dinner! 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Warehouse Wednesdays Open Mic Night. The open mic night that has run continuously for almost 20 years, once housed at the Warehouse, lives on at the Blue Tavern. Doc Russell continues as the host with the most. Sign up starts at 8pm/free to attend
  • Fire Betty’s: Karaoke! 8pm/21+/free
  • Dukes and Dotties: College Night and Line Dancing Lessons. 8pm
  • The Bark: Karaoke with DJ Nathan. Best karaoke DJ in town. 9pm
  • 926: Dragged Out Wednesday. 10pm
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2023.04.30 19:16 Ultim8_Lifeform Respect Lelouch vi Britannia! (Code Geass (Anime Timeline))

Lelouch vi Britannia

"My name is Lelouch vi Britannia, I am the eldest son of Empress Marianne, the prince who was abandoned by his empire. If anyone wishes to stop me, let them try, if there is anyone who can go beyond my despair."
Lelouch was the eleventh prince of the Holy Britannian Empire when his life would be altered forever by the assassination of his mother. Only ten years old at the time, he went to confront his father about the incident, accusing him of leaving her defenseless and even going so far as to renounce his entitlement to the throne. In response, the Emperor banished him and his sister, who had been crippled during the incident of their mother's murder, to Japan to be used as political pawns. The Emperor's seeming lack of concern for his mother's death and subsequent treatment of himself and his sister caused Lelouch to develop a deep seeded hatred for both his father and the Britannian Empire as a whole. After Japan was invaded and colonized by Britannia, Lelouch used the help of some of his mother's allies to fake the deaths of him and his sister and go into hiding, taking on the last name Lamperouge to pose as an ordinary student.
Lelouch desperately wanted to destroy the Britannian Empire and create a world where his sister could live in peace, but despite his incredible intelligence he wouldn't gain the opportunity to fight back until coming into contact with a mysterious girl named C.C. Forming a contract with him, C.C. granted him the ability to use Geass, the power to compel someone to follow any order as long as they're looking into his eyes. Using his Geass and strategic aptitude, Lelouch allied himself with a Japanese rebel group and helped them take multiple shocking victories against their Britannian oppressors. Eventually dubbing this group the Black Knights, he took on the alias Zero, designing an elaborate mask and costume in order to conceal his identity as a Britannian prince, and proceeded to lead a Japanese uprising that would grow powerful enough to challenge the Britannian Empire.

Source Key

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion = S#E#
Code Geass: Akito the Exiled = AE#
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Picture Drama/Audio Drama = DrS#E#

Terminology Guide

Knightmare Frame - Large humanoid mechs that were developed by the Holy Britannian Empire. They are powered by something called a Yggdrasil Drive which contains a rare fictional material called Sakuradite in its core. Even the most basic Knightmare Frames are equipped with Factspheres, which have thermographic sensors and high capability cameras to display the area outside the frame to the pilot in real time. They also contain Landspinner systems, self-propelled roller skates attached to a Knightmare's ankles that allow for high mobility on most terrain. Conventional firearms are completely useless against them.
Slash Harken - Wire guided, rocket propelled anchors which the majority of Knightmare frames are armed with. They can be used as offensive weapons to smash enemy units or mobility tools for grappling onto and climbing sheer surfaces.
Master Vibration Swords (MVS) - Technology created by the Holy Britannian Empire that are implemented in most later generation Knightmares as melee weapons. They are far sharper and more effective at cutting than simple blades, gaining a reddish pink color pallet upon activation.
Hadron Cannons/Blasters - Weapons that fire blasts of highly destructive, typically red and black energy. These are some of the most physically destructive weapons in the series. It is safe to assume that they are particle cannons thar fire hadrons (hadrons being particles made up of quarks).
Geass - A supernatural ability located in the user's eye that is possessed by few people in the world of Code Geass. The ability granted by the Geass varies from person to person, but they all primarily based on affecting the minds of those around them.




After coming into contact with a witch named CC, she offers Lelouch power in exchange for fulfilling her dream, which takes the form of his Geass. Every Geass that manifests is slightly different, but Lelouch's allows him to compel whoever he uses it on to follow any order.
Mind Control


Quick Thinking
Battle Strategy
Mental Fortitude


Initially a prototype Knightmare Frame containing loads of experimental technology, it was captured by Lelouch and became his personal command vessel. While its fairly tough, it is also slow, allowing for older Knightmare Frames to fairly easily outmaneuver it. On top of being the first Knightmare Frame to utilize a Float System for flight, it was also the first to weaponize Hadron Cannons, which can be fired from its shoulders. This Knightmare Frame is also unique because rather than being placed it its shoulders, chest, or waist like other Knightmare Frames, each of its fingers is an individual Slash Harken. While it can be piloted by one individual, it is also equipped to be piloted by two co-pilots. Lelouch will typically allow C.C. to handle the controls while he uses the Hadron Cannons to target enemies.
Hadron Cannons
Slash Harken Fingertips


A 7th Generation transformable Knightmare Frame, this was Lelouch's Knightmare of choice when the Black Knights were at their strongest. Its most notable attribute is its Absolute Defense System, which as its name implies has been able to take almost any attack its ever encountered. While it possesses Hadron Cannons like the Gawain (though these fire balls of energy rather than long blasts), its main method of attack is a massive beam fired from its chest. While this beam is highly destructive in its own right, the Shinkiro can also fire it into a floating crystal that it ejects from its chest beforehand, splitting the laser into several small beams to cause widespread havoc.
Absolute Defense System
Chest Laser
Wrist-Mounted Hadron Cannons


Respect Threads for Scaling

"You go to walk the path of blood?"
"If that is my destiny."
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2023.04.27 18:46 sgmusicchat [MegaList] Concerts & Music Gigs in Singapore: Labour Day Early May (28 Apr - 10 May)

Update 11 May: new post here

28/04 Fri

Esplanade: A Tapestry of Sacred Music Fri


29/04 Sat

Esplanade: A Tapestry of Sacred Music Sat


30/04 Sun: UNESCO Jazz Day

Esplanade: A Tapestry of Sacred Music Sun


01/05 Mon: Intl Workers’ Day

Esplanade: A Tapestry of Sacred Music Mon


02/05 Tue


04/05 Thu Star Wars Day

05/05 Fri cinco de mayo

06/05 Sat

07/05 Sun


09/05 Tue


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2023.04.27 16:46 Wheelin-Woody A Week In Capitol Reef

A Week In Capitol Reef
2022 sidelined us with life changes and truck repairs, so what better way to get back at it in 2023 than by returning to our favorite place on earth, Utah….
Originally the plan was to visit Needles District to complete the Canyonlands trifecta but our friend Lenko wanted to come take his Dodge 3500 up the Gate at Hell’s Revenge, which he did, spectacularly; but that’s a video link for another day. Since a dually isn’t getting through Elephant Hill on account of the width, I scrapped Needles in favor of Capitol Reef National Park.
The last time we visited The Maze 2 years ago, we stopped in Monticello on our way home, had dinner and drinks at The Granary before heading back to our hotel. The food is so good at this place we decided it’s going to be a required stop for every trip. This year we stayed at the attached B&B so we ate and drank our fill and stumbled up to our rooms for the night. Protip: get the Duck Fart, a Devastator, and the ribeye
The following Sunday morning we headed to Moab and the ladies broke off to go site seeing and see Arches while the adult male children went to Sand Flats Rec Area to run Hell’s Revenge and Fins and Things South. Fins North will have to wait. I won’t get into detail on 2 well known trails, so I’ll just say a good time was had by all and nobody broke anything. After we finished Fins South we met back up w/ the wives and headed to our camp spot outside of Green River.
Camp was at the Crystal Geyser Overlook just south of town. Coincidentally we camped on the other side of the Green River right at the Crystal Geyser 2 years ago. A moderately cool breeze and a fantastic sunrise greeted us Monday morning for our trek south towards Hanksville for lunch. We took some time at Fossil Point, struggled to find a way across the San Rafael River, and went through the Saucer Basin to emerge at Kathline Rock and UT 24 just north of Hanksville. We were far too late for lunch. After a refuel and restroom stop we headed to our camp at the end of Cow Dung Rd. Cow Dung Rd is a quick little down and back that appears to be a misnomer as there is no cow dung because there is not one stretch of land for cattle to graze, but it does have scenery eerily reminiscent of Mars. In fact, there is a Mars Desert Research Station (http://mdrs.marssociety.org/­) along the 2 mile dead end trail. At the end of the road you’ll find the Hanksville-Burpee Dinosaur Quarry, one of the largest prehistoric bone beds in North America. So after pretending to look for dinosaur bones, we found as much refuge from the wind as we could and hunkered down for dinner on Mars.
On Tues morning we packed up camp and headed back to UT 24 and continued west toward Capitol Reef NP, but first we make a quick detour across the Freemont River to the Cathedral Valley Loop. Things to see along this drive: Bentonite Hills, Cathedral Valley Overlook, Gypsum Sinkhole, Glass Mountain, and Temple of the Sun and Moon. We recommend the 4x4 road on the right after Sun and Moon that cuts back to the start of the loop, dumping you out just north of the Bentonite Hills. After crossing back over the Fremont we head into the Capitol Reef Visitor center for the customary stickers/patches and coffee mug (our favorite) and then hit the Scenic Drive Loop. The drive starts off very easy on a paved park road. Scenic Drive ends at a parking area and a long drop with 2 dirt road options. We took the option to the right, crossing Pleasant Creek and heading toward South Draw Rd. The description of South Draw Rd on the NPS website as “un-maintained”, I’d call it “neglected” in its current state. There was little evidence of anyone having recently traversed this route before us and it’s narrowing, rutted, and quickly eroding ledges made it my favorite trail of the trip. It does not fuck about, mistakes will not be punished lightly and fortunately we made it through without issue into the Dixie National Forest. We camped at the Lower Bowns Reservoir that evening.
Wednesday morning we continued through Dixie to UT 12 so we could loop back to Torrey for gas and begin our next trail, Noton-Bullfrog Rd. The route through the NF gave us southerners a chance to drive in a little bit of snow. This whole area of the state had a large snow storm in the weeks prior to our arrival and many high altitude areas (we were between 8k and 8.5k at Lower Bowns) still had patches of snow. Noton-Bullfrog runs from UT 24 south to 276 just north of the Bullfrog Marina inside the Glen Canyon Rec Area. The road is very easy from start to finish, of which we were grateful. It’s nice to be able to pay a little more attention to the scenery instead of putting in effort keeping your truck upright. Shortly before we hit the paved/maintained dirt transition I got to perform my first bonafide trail repair. Months ago, I had anticipated my front passenger wheel speed sensors going out and instead of fixing it at home when I had multiple opportunities to do so, I just stuffed the new sensor in my glove box and kept it for when I needed it. So at least past me only fucked future me a little bit. We were on the side of the road for about an hour. With the repair complete we headed off to Bullfrog, stopped at a fantastic canyon overlook for lunch and visited the Bullfrog Marina, a boat launch on Lake Powell. We visited Lake Powell 3-4 years ago and it’s frankly depressing how dry it is now. The boat launch is closed, the ferry that used to complete the gap on 276 because there is no bridge over Lake Powell, is not running. There is still water deep enough in the very center for small recreational craft but a good portion of the lake bottom is littered with beached boat houses. After making use of the facilities we made our way back north for fuel (the marina has gas but it’s prohibitively expensive) and connected with Shootaring Rd. Shootaring Rd goes through a lot of river bed in it’s southern portion as well as an active uranium mine area. We camped at an overlook near the foothills of the Henry Mountains off Eggnog-Starr Springs Rd that evening.
Thurs morning after packing camp, we started our ascent into the Henry Mountains almost immediately. We got another taste of snow shortly after some very scenic switchbacks on Brown’s Knoll Rd and unfortunately had to make the call to turn around. One of our larger trucks was struggle busing like hell and the snow patches covered the majority of what trail we could see up the road, so in the interest of time we backtracked to our previous camp and then re-routed to our next trailhead off 276, Poison Springs Canyon. This trail was my most anticipated and it did not disappoint. The trail winds through canyon walls as it descends in to the valley where we crossed the Dirty Devil River, and then began our climb back up as we headed toward Sunset Pass. The road ends at Flint Trail which can take you directly into the Maze District, if you had the fuel………we did not so we headed south toward Lake Powell, and camped at a great spot near Cataract Point.
Fri Morning we started back toward the Henry Mountains. We reconvened at the previous day’s trail where we broke off for Poison Springs and made an attempt to make it to Bull Creek Pass. The snow turned us around there as well. Much deeper this time, I struggled to climb and move forward. I could make progress by backing up and getting another run whenever I got stuck but that’s not my idea of a fun vacation, so we called it. Score: Henry Mtns – 2 4WA – 0. At this point, most of us needed fuel and we weren’t far from Hanksville so we make the trek north for a resupply and then proceeded to wander the BLM land south of town until we happened upon one of the best campsites we’ve ever been to. I’m not going to give a location, it felt like a local spot and well it’s nice to keep one to yourself every once in a while. That night the weather was actually kind enough to us that we could have an entire evening comfortably by a fire and be able to enjoy each other’s company.
This trip went better than I could have imagined, honestly. The trails were fantastic, leaning toward the more difficult which is something I prefer, and Capitol Reef itself just isn’t talked about enough when it comes to overlanding and Utah. So riding the high of this trip made it really difficult to want to leave Saturday morning. All Amanda and I needed was a shower and a night in a real bed and we could have kept going, but real life is a demanding task master and that’s ok. The next adventure is already in the works…..
Best Campsite Evar
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2023.04.27 06:36 whirlpool4 Events for Fri 4/28 - Sun 4/30

** BOTH SAT 4/29 AND SUN 4/30 *\*
Barn Razing Trapdoor Projects, 1120 Tijeras Ave NW Two years after the fire, and it is finally time for us to tear down the gallery and make way for the new! In April 2021, our gallery building was set aflame by an arsonist. The ruins of Trapdoor have been sitting since. Lack of funds and spare time has been minimal, but we are ready for the final stages of healing. We are reaching out to our community to request aid in tearing it down. We will need: - Folks to do the labor of demolition and construction. - Folks to help with cleanup - Folks to help prep meals and drinks (the grill will be out folks) - Folks with trucks and trailers to help haul off unsalvageable material to the dump. - Any financial, food, or drink donations! - Any tools people are willing to loan for the weekend! Our goals are: - To haul off the pieces that we must - To salvage/repurpose the pieces we are able to - To fence on the big ol' hole that'll be in the backyard once the barn comes down - To have a grand time. A more frivolous/stretch goal is to throw up a pergola in the empty space using the salvaged wood. This will then act as an outdoor, seasonal space for showing art and for events like our outdoor movies and discussions (see the Discussion part of the link for more info and updates)
** Fri 4/28 *\*
Fri 12 - 2 PM Friday Serenatas with Gilbert Uribe Bike In Coffee, 949 Montoya Rd. Award winning singer-songwriter Gilbert Uribe performs a vibrant blend of Acoustic Latin & Soul Music he calls “Sabrosoul”. Hailing from New Mexico, Gilbert combines elements of Reggae/Rocksteady, the feel-good vibes of Classic Soul and R&B, and the rhythms of Cumbia and Salsa to create a unique musical experience
Fri 3 - 7 PM Block Party! Coldwell Banker Legacy Realtors, 8200 Carmel Ave NE Lots of fun! Bouncy House! DJ! Food! Car Show! Face Painting! Mechanical Bull!
Fri 4:30 - 7:30 PM Wine Tasting w/Anthony Q Package Liquor, 4508 Wyoming Blvd. NE $0 Entry Fee, lavish and luxurious choice of selected wines by our wine aficionado Anthony, get ready for a trip to the far reaches of the world through taste and smell
Fri 6 - 9 PM Variety Dance CSP Dance Studios, 1624 Eubank Blvd. NE Welcome to the city's biggest variety dance! We'll be playing all kinds of music: ballroom, latin, country, swing, you name it! $10 cash/check at the door (sorry, no card or Venmo, CashApp, etc.) Welcome lesson from 6:00-6:30pm
Fri 6 - 11 PM Rock of Ages Night w/ DJ Fishbowl Tractor Brewing Company - Westside, 5720 McMahon Blvd., Bldg 5, Ste A We're taking a journey through Rock & Roll with DJ Fishbowl! We're starting in the 60s, 70s, 80s and going to now! So come experience this rock evolution with us! Wear your best rock outfit and get dollar off pints!
Fri 6:15 - 9:15 PM Tablao Flamenco Albuquerque: Dinner & Show Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town, 800 Rio Grande Blvd. NW Doors open at 6:15 pm. Dinner served at 7:00 pm - please arrive by or before 7:00 to be seated for dinner. Performance begins at 8:00 pm. Albuquerque is the Flamenco Capitol of the United States. Immerse yourself in this deep, culturally significant art form every Friday & Saturday night, and Sunday afternoon at Hotel Albuquerque. Through a unique partnership based on cultural preservation, Heritage Hotels and Resorts and the nonprofit National Institute of Flamenco have joined efforts to create Tablao Flamenco Albuquerque, where the passion and energy of flamenco come alive as you experience flamenco in its most intimate, powerful setting in the heart of historic Old Town Albuquerque. Featuring a world-class line-up of artists, the Tablao Flamenco presents a dynamic schedule of performances, featuring premier artists from Spain and the United States. Tablao Flamenco delivers an unforgettable experience for the senses. Friday and Saturday dinner shows feature electrifying performances accompanied by an exclusive meal created by Hotel Albuquerque's Chef Richard Padilla (tickets)
Fri 8 - 10:30 PM Project Interchange Fusion ABQ, 700-708 1st St. NW Project Interchange is an event that brings together poets from Albuquerque and Santa Fe in a performative, creative dialogue about connection and community and will occur simultaneously in both cities. This project is organized by Friends of the Orphan Signs in collaboration with Axle Contemporary. Poets in each city will text each other via a live group message which will be projected onto large-scale outdoor walls. The conversations will expand from guiding questions about our relationship to one another. Albuquerque poets include Sara Rivera, Valerie Martinez, Beca Alderete Baca, and Amaris Ketcham. Santa Fe poets include Edie Tsong, Darryl Lorenzo Wellington, and Loretta Trujillo. Though only separated by 60 miles, Santa Fe and Albuquerque are divided by socio-economic and cultural factors which inform our experiences of each place. Project Interchange seeks to explore this gap and to offer expansive dialog about those factors that separate us and those that connects us. This project offers a space that seeks to expand how we understand and connect to each other and ourselves. The project website interchange.city is an online platform which supplements the physical iterations of the project. The public is invited to use the website as a platform for submitting responses to the questions.
Fri 8 - 11 PM Soul & Rocksteady All Vinyl Night Tractor Brewing Company, 118 Tulane Dr. SE Barrio Hi-Fi presents an evening of Soul, Classic Ska and Rocksteady Vinyl Night! Come by Tractor Nob Hill and help Selectors La Ruda, Three Deuce Luce and Rootz Rocka celebrate a thing called life! We continue our monthly free event to share our love of music and vinyl. Tractor Brewing Staff are great people serving the finest drinks! We hope to see you there!
Fri 9 PM Club Night with DJ Tony featuring lots of Reggaeton Juno, 1501 1st St. NW Expect a lot of Reggaeton, Top 40 and Hip Hop, and Latin. 21+, $5 cover. Outdoor show on the patio (in the gallery if the weather gets freaky)
Fri 9 PM - 2 AM LÜC Effex, 420 Central Ave We got known name of Denver, Colorado's bass scene LÜC coming to drop a HOUSE SET for WE House Fridays on Effex Rooftop. Hometown line-up of XKota - Joey Fettucine - Mox-E joining him. Doors at 9PM. 21+ with Valid ID. Cover Charge at Door
** Sat 4/29 *\*
Sat 7 AM - 12:30 PM Indigiqueer Community Open Call In Studio Event Light House Studio 2412 Central Ave SW Booking options and more info will be linked both in our bios on here. We want to give everyone as many options for this event so you can book either of us or both! We will start our sessions in the morning at 7am and continue until 11am, but the excitement doesn’t stop there. At 11am, we will gather together as we want to invite everyone to come out and have their photograph taken for free! If you are needing that one complimentary portrait to help you in anything whether it be a professional head photo for business, modeling, acting, or if you would like to come in with your family and friends, we want to invite you all to come in and celebrate yourself. Come dressed up and be ready for your photo op! Our whole team will be bringing this together with the help of our friends Ramonda Holiday (@the_rezhummingbird), Morningstar Angeline (@1942morningstar), and Ryan Dennison (@dennisonry). The open studio event is from 11am-12:30pm. It is a free complimentary photo per person/group, it is a donation based, portrait sessions with as many people as we can photograph in 90 minutes! Priority is for queer natives, but nobody will be turned away! This is an open call community event supported by the amazing Light House Studio. Book now, and let’s start planning!
Sat 9 AM IntelliTec College's Annual Car Show 4575 San Mateo Blvd. NE Car Show starts at 9:00 AM, Registrants should arrive at 8:15. There will be food trucks, entertainment, and giveaways!
Sat 10 AM - 1 PM Annual Plant Sale and Field Day Chispas Farm, 229 Saavedra Rd. SW Come on down to the Farm and get plant starters for your garden and see all of the great stuff we've got going on! Please bring a cardboard flat or box to help carry your plants home in. We grow all of our plants organically and a bunch are in compostable pots. We accept all forms of payment for the plant starts including: Cash, Credit Card, Check, and EBT/SNAP. All the plants will be outside and spaced widely on tables. After you have selected your plants you are welcome to explore the farm and see what we've got going on! Say hi to the goats, sheep, chickens, ducks, geese, and see how the field veggies are growing! Head Farmer Casey Holland will be on-site to talk farm and advise about planting and growing your new starts! Plants in 4" pots are $4.50 and 2" pots are $3!
Sat 10 AM - 3 PM Spring Craft Fair Rio Grande HS, 2300 Arenal Rd. SW Come out and see what the local vendors have to offer!
Sat 10 AM - 3 PM Shop Local Market Cabezon Park, 2307 Cabezon Blvd. SE, Rio Rancho We support all things local! Everything must be handmade, or homegrown. No franchise companies. No resale of items. No political booths. No prepared food from Big Box Stores! No premade items re-branded and resold as homemade! No products containing non-sustainable oils. No products containing preservatives, colorants, etcetera, that are artificial, chemical or contain carcinogenics. Please call the Cabezon Community Center at 505-892-4499 for more information
Sat 10 AM - 4 PM Manzano HS Football 1st Annual Mattress Fundraiser Manzano High School, 12200 Lomas Blvd. NE Come get a better night’s sleep AND support Manzano HS FOOTBALL with their 1ST Annual Mattress & Adjustable Bed Sale Fundraiser Event! We carry quality name brands like Southerland, Malouf, Englander, Tranquility, and Wellsville. With HUGE savings off retail prices, this is a ONE DAY only event! We need your help to SPREAD THE WORD by inviting all of your family and friends! Every purchase supports MANZANO FOOTBALL! Sleep Better, Save Money, Support the KIDS!
Sat 11 AM BIG APPLE bootcamp Rhythm Haven dance studio, 2113 Central Ave NW, Ste B2 Come learn this CRISP dance routine! brought to you by DCS and SWEET JUBILEE! $20-$30 sliding scale. The Big Apple is an iconic vernacular jazz routine from Whitey's Lindy Hoppers, check it out here! The workshop will have a morning session and an evening session, with a break in the middle so everyone can go dance to Burque Jazz Bandits at Sawmill Market (and have lunch). The plan: -learn it in one day -perform the following Monday and Tuesday at Santa Fe Swing and DCS. (Taking the workshop does not make you obligated to perform). The bootcamp is open to all experience levels, but keep in mind that it is a challenging routine and class will move quickly
Sat 11 AM - 3 PM YMCA Healthy Kids Day The Horn Family YMCA, 4901 Indian School Rd. NE Healthy Kids Day® is the Y’s national initiative to improve the health and well-being of kids and families. For over 30 years, YMCAs and their communities hosted free community events aimed to inspire kids and families to keep their minds and bodies active throughout the summer months and beyond (more info)
Sat 12 - 3 PM CreativiTEA Mothership Alumni, 105 4th St. SW This is a family friendly art making and socializing event. We will have THE BEST MACARONS made locally by Honey Bee Kitchen, New Mexico Tea Co. teas, and some savory snacks to nosh on while you create collage art! ALL collage materials are provided (including adhesive and substrates) but if you have something at home you want to use, bring it! There will be paint and glitter available too. Space is limited to 18 people. Tickets are $25 each (includes tax) and kids under 13 are $20 each (click link for more info on Paypal, IG, and parking)
Sat 12 - 7 PM 2019 Cab Franc Wine Release Casa Rondeña Winery, 733 Chavez Rd. NW, Los Ranchos Saturday will be another beautiful day at the Winery, as we celebrate spring, and the release of our 2019 Cabernet Franc. Open to the public, our Tasting Room is Open 12-7pm. Wine Tasting, Lawn Games, LuckyLocks® Sparkle Bar Pop-Up, and delicious asian-inspired eats will be available
Sat 12 - 8 PM Day Drinking for a Cause Canteen Brewhouse, 2381 Aztec Rd. NE This is the second annual Day Drinking for a Cause. This year we raise money for our co-workers Mike and Marti Thrall as he continues to battle throat cancer. $1 from every pint sold at the Brewhouse and Taproom will be donated to the Thrall family. I Like Mike shirts and Pint Glasses (with or without a fill) will be available benefiting the family as well. Live music will be from 1-8PM. The event will start with Felix y Los Gatos playing from 1-4PM and Nosotros from 5-8PM. Come Day Drink with us and help raise some funds! Felix y Los Gatos is a national touring act with their roots planted firmly in the desert Southwest. With 16+ years of stage experience, the Gatos have an improvisational style that is uniquely their own. "Zydetejano Blues," as the band refers to their sound, is a unique blend of Latin, blues, Tejano, and rockin' outlaw country. Nosotros is one of the most recognizable Latin bands, in the Southwest United States. They have twice been featured on NPR’s Alt Latino, twice been named winners in the prestigious John Lennon Songwriting Competition, been awarded 13 NM Music Awards and have shared the stage with some of the biggest names in music
Sat 1 - 3 PM Free Make and Take CD Spinners Color Wheel Toys, 6855 4th St. NW, Bldg D Come make a free CD spinner out of an old CD and other household objects. This is one of those recycled crafts that almost works better than the store bought option! Add your own art with permanent markers and stickers to make it one of a kind and look super when you spin it. Best for ages 3+ as it involves a marble that can be detached and subsequently poked into a nose/mouth. Plan on about 15 minutes to decorate and assemble your free spinner!
Sat 2 PM Fiesta Spring Market Brew Lab 101, 3301 Southern Blvd. SE, Rio Rancho Join us at our Fiesta Spring Market with over 20 vendors, drink specials, a DJ, and more!
Sat 3 - 6 PM That's What I Call 90's Sidewinders Bar and Grill, 4200 Central Ave SE Join Nicholas J. LeBeaux as he brings "That's What I Call 90's". Each entertainer will be bringing their best 90's performances. Come join us as we bring back the 90's!
Sat 4 PM Relax Paint and Sip - Painting Party Honey Bottom Tea and Coffee Co., 2800 2nd St. NW Come and enjoy a chair massage, your choice of beverage provided by none other than Honey Bottom Tea and Coffee Co, and take home not only your creation but a print from an Art on the Rio artist too! Kelsy Wilson, aka Kelsy Kinks of Art on the Rio, will lead instruction in a paint and sip fashion, and all materials are provided. Leave with relaxed muscles and mind, your painting, and a print from Art on the Rio. Good Deal? We think so! Sign up today - limited space is available
Sat 5 - 11 PM National Astronomy Day Rainbow Park Observatory, 301 Southern Blvd. SE, Rio Rancho The Rio Rancho Astronomical Society will be celebrating National Astronomy Day. Festivities will begin at 5:00 PM, including solar viewing (weather permitting), food, and other activities. Dr. Jim Greenhouse, Space Science Director at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, will speak beginning at 6:30 on solar eclipses and how to view them safely. The event is free and open to the public. Telescopes will be available for public stargazing after the meeting, weather permitting
Sat 6 - 8 PM AND 6:45 - 8:45 PM The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 Flix Brewhouse, 3236 La Orilla Rd. NW The epic finale that will live forever... Our Twilight Saga marathon ends with BREAKING DAWN PART 2! Guests will enjoy a complimentary glass of sparkling wine with admission
Sat 6 - 9 PM Spring Fever Drag Show 505 Spirits, 105 Harvard Dr. SE Join us for another AMAZING Rebel Productions Drag Show! Great drinks, delicious food & spectacular performances! Cocktail Specials: "Desert Rose" (Prickly Pear Cosmo) & "Esperanza Mora" (Blackberry Honey Margarita) Yummy Food: Homemade, blue corn dog pops (minis) $1.95 each, waffle fries & full sized blue corn dogs (veg or beef) $5.95. Plus our flaky meat & veg hand pies, chunky chicken salad, mushroom pate & more! Brought to us by Rori the Rebel with DJ Baby D and an incredible lineup of drag performers, that will be so much FUN! No Cover Charge! Doors open at 4pm - come early!
Sat 7 PM Brawl On The Bosque Revel ABQ, 4720 Alexander Blvd. NE Brawl on the Bosque promises an electrifying evening of cops versus firefighters! Witness the most resilient cops and heroic firefighters of New Mexico engage in a fierce battle within the boxing ring. Don't miss out on the excitement! Ticket prices for this exhilarating event range from $30 to $200
Sat 7 PM - 12 AM Back to Burque! Historic Lobo Theater, 3013 Central Ave NE Baracutanga is Back in the 505! Come join legendary South American fusion band Baracutanga to celebrate their triumphant return to the 505 from touring Carnaval in Bolivia. After back-to-back sold out shows across Bolivia, the band is badass, tighter than ever and the night promises to have everyone dancing into the wee hours. The show will also be a fundraiser and filming party for the final scene of the in-production doc on the band “Burque to Bolivia.” Come show your love and be a part of the film while you party down. The evening will also feature never before seen clips from the film and background projections of stunning aerial footage captured on tour in La Paz, Cochabamba, the Oruro Carnaval and Lake Titicaca/Isla Del Sol. There will be a brief talk by the filmmakers as well as an opening set from the director’s own David Garcia Band. It’ll be a singular, not-to-be-missed party in the heart of Burque’s historic Nob Hill (tickets)
Sat 8 - 10 PM First Floor Highway Tractor Brewing - Wells Park, 1800 4th St. NW FIRST FLOOR HIGHWAY are decisive mavens of the Albuquerque music scene. Having played independently under a manifold of different guises throughout the years, this kindred band of sovereign musicians has now come together on a circuit of a post-pandemic dream to offer a new auditory dynasty of kinetic 80s new-wave/post-punk inspirited forty-nine. This musically deft tribe of auditory misfits with no; make-up, leather tights, or snakeskin boots; delivers with their unique pedigree of sun-soaked southwest desert-infused refrain. Stepping out from behind the drums, First Floor Highway is championed by Jordan O. James (Chippewa/Ojibwe) and was signed to Seraphatomic Records in support of recording their debut album at Broadcast Bunker studios. This sonic yet dynamic group of musical ramblers is without reservation, dissonant yet melodious. Reimagined favorite songs from any genre as danceable guitar-driven '80s New Wave songs.
** Sun 4/30 *\*
Sun 8 AM Tortillas and Tires 6500 Holly Ave NE Whether you're a die-hard gearhead or just appreciate a sweet ride, you won't want to miss Tortillas and Tires. This is a return to the roots of Cars and Coffee, where everyone is welcome and all types of cars are celebrated
Sun 8:15 AM - 12 PM Annual Plant Sale Fundraiser Corrales Growers' Market, 500 Jones Rd., Corrales Please bring seedlings and plants by 8:00 am on April 30, 2023. Label them clearly as to type and name of person who grew them. Hosted by the Sandoval Extension Master Gardeners
Sun 9 AM NM Cinco de Mayo Run National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th St. SW 10K: 9:00 a.m. 5K: 9:05 a.m. Kids K: 10:15 a.m. After the run, stick around for free entertainment for the whole family. Food trucks will be on-site and both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase. During the event, the NHCC Visual Arts Museum and the Mundos de Mestizaje fresco exhibit will be open and free to the public. Funds raised during this event will support the presentation of the Aliento a Tequila y Mas exhibition at the NHCC Art Museum. This exhibition will showcase a range of traditional and contemporary artistic productions by Hispanic artists in New Mexico and Mexico. This exhibition from Exhibits USA explores and celebrates the landscape, culture, and traditions that gave birth to tequila, Mexico’s national drink through a series of photographs by Joel Salcido and will be supplemented with additional objects from Jalisco, Mexico. The exhibition will be organized around the themes of Place & People, Belief & Traditions, Labor & Process, and The Natural Environment. Can’t wait to share the beautiful National Hispanic Cultural Center with all you! (register for the run)
Sun 9 AM - 12 PM Spring Meet & Greet Academy Boarding Kennels, 6000 Brentwood Ln. NE Argos is having our monthly meet-and-greet. We currently have a variety of dogs: large and small, puppies and adults, who are anxious to find their own forever homes. Look forward to seeing you!
Sun 10 AM - 2 PM 7th Annual Car Show New Mexico Veterans Memorial, 1100 Louisiana Blvd. SE This year we’ve added vendors, so come out on and help us continue our mission in Honoring our Veterans. Hosted by Honor Flight of Northern NM
Sun 10 AM - 3 PM Pop Up Thrift & Gift Mick's Chile Fix, 3351 Candelaria Rd. NE Come and shop never before merchandise and find your treasure! Stop by and enjoy a delicious breakfast burrito or green chile cheeseburger!
Sun 11 AM - 3 PM Festival de Cine “Día de la niñez” Explora Science Center & Children's Museum, 2100 Louisiana Blvd. NE Celébralo con nosotros en familia disfrutando de 13 cortometrajes infantiles mexicanos durante el festival de cine que el Consulado ha programado para ustedes en colaboración con Explora. Las familias que asistan al festival de cine podrán visitar el Museo y aprender jugando en las distintas salas del Museo. Si tus hijos acuden a una escuela primaria bajo el Título I, puedes activar una membresía en la escuela para acceder a Explora sin costo y obtener hasta 6 cortesías por familia para asistir al festival de cine. El 30 de abril a el personal del Consulado estará entregando 10 boletos en total para las familias que tengan niñas/niños que deseen asistir al Festival de cine y se presenten en la entrada de Explora, en dos horarios a las 11:00 am (5 boletos) y a la 1:30pm (5 boletos)
Sun 11:30 AM Jumanji Historic Lobo Theater, 3013 Central Ave NE THE HISTORIC LOBO THEATER along with Albuquerque Film & Music Experience is excited to bring Jumanji, starring Robin Williams, back to the big screen! Showing Starts at 11:30 am Tickets are ONLY $10 for General Admission Brunch and a ticket is ONLY $21. The ticket price is for entry to the movie only. Pajama brunch and a movie. Exclusive Brunch Menu! Made to order pancakes, mimosas and more. Ten percent off if you come in your pajamas
Sun 12 - 2 PM Family Paint Party Urban 360 Pizza Grill and Tap House, 2119 Menaul Blvd. NE Join Hannah and in just about two hours, while you’re sipping on a glass of wine, beer, or drink of your choice*, our performing artist will guide you through a painting step-by-step. At the end of the night, take home your own unique masterpiece - you will be amazed by what you can do! We provide everything you will need for use at the event: canvas, paints, brushes and even a smock. You just bring your fun-loving friends and have a few drinks! Please arrive 15-30 minutes prior to start time, especially if you have a large group. This will secure seating with your friends and allow you to order your drink before the event begins. **Event is for 16 and over. Must be 21+ purchase alcohol. No children allowed
Sun 12 - 3 PM Wine Tasting and Paint by Number Duke City Beaches, 10508 Menaul Blvd. NE We will taste 4 wines with a four course lunch pairing. Enjoy a tour of Duke City Beaches, education on the winery and the wine we are tasting. This is to be a fun and not so stuffy wine tasting, not your mothers wine tasting event. Also we will be providing a paint by number from a local artist!
Sun 1 PM Sol Sunday Still Spirits, 120 Marble Ave NW Fun day party - good eats and good beats. Food trucks with the best Soul Food plus music dedicated to R&B, Soul, Funk, AfroBeats, Amapiano and more. This is gonna be a fun one! The LAST Sunday of each month we will feature different Food Trucks and the best R&B, Soul DJs in the city. It is FREE and everything starts at 1PM. Bring your friends and come ready to dance. We have rules: You gotta have SOUL, Dance - Its a Dance Party! No Bad Energy, No Judgement, No Bougie Stuff, Respect Women at All Times, Sing like you are a 90's R&B artist! "Nourish Your Inner Soul"
Sun 3 - 6 PM Hats and Afternoon Tea at the Cemetery Historic Fairview Cemetery, 700 Yale Blvd. SE The Historic Fairview Cemetery nonprofit organization invites you to a fundraising event for Grave Marker Restoration/Preservation at Historic Fairview Cemetery, founded in 1881. Join us for afternoon tea amidst the early pioneers who grace this old historic cemetery. Gather your friends and family, dress up in your favorite vintage style and hat for a delightful afternoon English Tea. Allow us to take you back to the early 1900s when the Sunday norm was church, afternoon picnic and tea, and a visit with loved ones at the cemetery. Lady Kathryn Glynstewart will explore the History and Etiquette of English Tea with us. Ticket includes: a variety of English Teas provided by the Saint James Tearoom, an assortment of finger sandwiches and desserts. You can also take a self-guided tour of Fairview family plots. There will also be amazing raffle prizes, including jewelry and artwork. · Tea tickets cost: $35 per person · Raffle tickets: $5/ticket, or 3 tickets for $10…cash only at the event. This event is by reservation only. No tickets will be sold at the gate. If you are coming with friends (4+), please let us know so that we may set aside your own table. To order tickets and reserve a space
Sun 4 - 7 PM Music on the Patio: Le Chat Lunatique Canteen Brewhouse, 2381 Aztec Rd. NE As unpredictable, fearless, and entertaining as their namesake, Le Chat Lunatique purveys an addictive genre they call “filthy, mangy jazz,” a signature sound that makes you want to smoke and drink too much—if only you could get off the dance floor. They navigate through a wide range of genres, blending Western swing, classical, reggae, d00-wop, and “anything else we damn well please” into strikingly original compositions and audaciously reworked standards alike
Sun 4 PM Caliente Sundays! Effex, 420 Central Ave Sunday Fundays just got hot! DJ Spunjy Hicks giving you those Sunday Funday vibes! Come have a Chamoy Margarita, Paloma and maybe even a Mexican candy shot! Don’t want to miss Sunday fundays at Effex night club on the patio!
Sun 4 PM Sound System Sundays - Reggae, Dub, Roots & Culture Insideout, 622 Central Ave SW w/ Big Toes Hi-Fi * Barrio Hi-Fi * Ras Zakarias * Selecta Deecee. Dance, Drink, Food, & Vendor Bazaar
Sun 4 - 8 PM Superhero Trivia Night! Boxing Bear Tramway, Do you like drinking local beer, winning prizes and supporting a local rescue? Boxing Bear is donating $1 per pint to PLR and we will be playing Superhero trivia! Prizes + Doggos + Beer + Baked goods + Costume contest
Sun 6 - 9 PM Blues Dance Night Juno, 1st St. NW Free class followed by social dance
Sun 8:30 PM Sunday Service Comedy Show Dry Heat Comedy Club, 521 Central Ave NW, Ste G featuring Aj Mathews Chuck Parker Sarah Kennedy Sam Alvarado and Davian! (tickets)
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2023.04.20 18:51 clearliquidclearjar TALLAHASSEE WEEKLY EVENTS, 4/20 – 4/26

Events are listed by the day. Events that happen every week appear first, one time stuff after that. If you have anything you’d like people to know about, comment here or message me and I’ll add it in. If you’d like further info about any of the events, look it up! I usually don’t have any extra to add.
Large Scale, Ongoing, and Multi-Day Events
Local Running, Walking, and Biking Info: https://troubleafoot.blogspot.com/
OutdooFarmer’s Markets:
4/20 blaze it
  • Common Ground Books: Blackout Poetry Workshop for National Poetry Month. Join us as we make (and possibly share) some blackout poetry for national poetry month! This workshop is free; no experience is needed to attend. 6pm
  • Hurricane Grill: Allie & Salty. 6pm
  • Bumpas: Ronnie Randolph. 6pm
  • Oyster City Brewing Co: Kevin Whoo! 6pm
  • Blue Tavern: Third Thursday Jazz Session with Black Light District All-Stars. 8pm
  • The Bark: Bands Without Borders Benefit Concert featuring Animal Nineteen, The Sparrows, Internet Girlfriend, and Mutual Friends. 8pm
  • 926: Medians, Redrwn, Professional Businessman, and Flying Bison. 8:30pm
  • La Casa Inn: Comedy Night 4/20. 9pm
  • Fire Bettys: 4/20 Jam Night. Get ready for a night of jamming and grooving at the "4/20 Jam Night" featuring Jean McQueen and the Man Eating Machine! But that's not all – we're also bringing you a special "Tallahassee Mega-Jam" with talented local artists from various bands in town. Get ready to move to the beat of jam, funk, reggae, R&B, jazz, and much more! Local artists and vendors will be selling their crafts and wares. 9pm/$5
FRIDAY, 4/21
  • Lake Tribe: Flannel Friday. Flannel Fridays will be featuring a wide range of fall themed 'Pop-up' activities such as food trucks, live music, campfires, s'mores roasting, new seasonal brews, and more! Come dawn your flannel and cozy up to the simpler things in life. Our beers taste like the outdoors feel, let our tasting room be your Friday cabin retreat. 4pm
  • Gamescape: MTG Friday Night Magic. FORMAT: Standard Constructed. Swiss rounds as determined by the number of players with a maximum of 5 rounds. 7pm/$5
  • Hobbit West: Friday Night Dart Tournament. Anyone can Enter! Sign ups at 7:30, Darts fly at 8:00/$10 entry fee
  • Ouzts Too: Karaoke with DJ Nathan. Best karaoke DJ in town. 8pm
  • Club Downunder: CDU X Hip Hop Club Presents Freestyle Friday. Show off your freestyle rap or poetry skills at Freestyle Friday! Doors are at 7:30 with the show starting at 8:00 in Club Downunder! Send an email to [email protected] to sign up! 8pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with DJ Rah. 9pm-11pm/21+
  • 926: The Hot Friday Night Party and Drag Show. 9pm/$5/18+
  • Blue Tavern: Everett Young. 5pm
  • 621 Gallery: Art and Activism: Unions 101 educational event and screenprinting workshop. 6pm
  • Cascades: Word of South: Ben Folds with the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra. 6pm
  • Red Shed: Bottom Dollar Boys. 6pm
  • Lake Tribe: Saylor Dollar. 6:30pm
  • Fish Camp: The Brown Goose. 6:30pm
  • The Wine House on Market Street: Brazilian Night with Paddy League and Miss Mango. 7pm
  • Island Wings: Deja Blu. 7pm
  • Duke’s and Dottie’s: Jared Walker Band. 7pm
  • Over Under Bar: The Lucky Losers. 7pm
  • Oyster City Brewing Co: Jerry Thigpen Trio! 7pm
  • Blue Tavern: Solessé. 8pm
  • The Bark: Power Point Party. 8pm
  • Fire Bettys: Electric Kif + Dionysus. 8pm/free
  • Crum Box Gastgarden: CACAH - Comedians Against Cards Against Humanity. Come out to The Crum Box Gastgarden and join us in playing Cards Against Humanity (CAH)! In a combination of CAH and comedy, local comedians will be reading, joking about, and scoring each team's card submission, with prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place! This is an absolute blast and you don't want to miss it! 8pm
  • Art District Collective (225 E Pershing Street): Starry Movie Night. Enjoy a community viewing of a film depicting Van Gogh’s final years starring Willem Dafoe & Oscar Isaac with FREE POPCORN, grilled food, drinks, art & more! “At Eternity’s Gate (2018) Starring Willem Dafoe and Oscar Isaac. “Famed but tormented artist Vincent van Gogh spends his final years in Arles, France, painting masterworks of the natural world that surrounds him.” 8pm/$10
  • Island Seafood: City Nights. This Event is for the GROWN AND SEXY crowd! Here you will get a Little Southern Soul And A little R&B. We look forward to seeing everyone mingling and having a great time. This Event will be once a month and our goal is to Bring the city out again on Friday nights. Live performance by Rob Billions. 9pm
  • Eve on Adams: Hot Mess. 9pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Humortals at CCVL Comedy Showcase. 9pm/$5/BYOB
  • New World Rides in RR Sq: WUB WAREHOUSE: Langwidj (DJ Set), Headnod, Crisp. and more! Unison Productions and New World Rides are teaming up on April 21, 2023 to bring you an unforgettable night of experimental bass music that will leave you wanting more. We're bringing in an epic sound system from 8th Bridge Sound & Production in Jacksonville that's guaranteed to shake the walls with heart-pounding bass. The lineup is stacked with talented artists, including Langwidj on headlining duties, Headnod on direct support, a very special Crisp. set for Jojo of Crisp.'s birthday, a back-to-back from RXN and Jakecre8 along with a special opening SSDP B2B set featuring Nani, Zer, Common Sense, and Fly Dokta. Join us for a night of non-stop beats and bass drops at "Wub Warehouse". It’s time to truly showcase the underground! Lastly, a portion of the proceeds will go to SSDP FSU to support drug safety and awareness. The @unison850 team wants to keep our fans safe, healthy and responsible! 9pm/$7
  • The Bark: Category Is: Drag Pageantry. Please join us at The Bark for a fabulous drag show and ro raise money for my sister Lana Vandal Chancellor on her first pageant endeavor. let’s come together and support one another and show what the Tallahassee drag community is like! 10:30pm/$10
  • Brinkley Glen Park: Invasive Plant Removal. Join Master Gardener Volunteers at this weekly invasive plant removal event. This is a great way to learn to ID our invasive plant species and how to remove them. We recommend wearing long pants and sleeves, closed-toed shoes, gloves, a hat and mosquito spray. Bring gardening tools such as hand clippers, loppers, trowels, etc. if you have them. We are removing coral ardisia bushes and berries, nandina, tung trees, Tradescantia flumenensis, cat's claw vine, winged yam, Japanese climbing fern, skunkvine and more. Directions: The best way to get there is to take Meridian Rd to Waverly Rd, go to the next intersection and turn left onto Abbotsford Way, then turn left at the next road called Woodside Dr. At the stop sign turn left onto Lothian. Lothian ends in a cul-de-sac and there is a sign that says Brinkley Glen Park. 8:30am-11:30am
  • The Rose Room: The Rose Revue. Performances by your favorite entertainers and special guests! Shows at 8pm, 10pm, & Midnight! A unique cast EACH show! 7pm
  • Duke’s and Dottie’s: Line Dancing Plus Lessons. 7pm/21+
  • Bird’s Oyster Shack: Laughterday Night Fever. This week: Five Year Anniversary Laughterday Night Fever! Join us every Saturday at Bird's Aphrodisiac Oyster Shack for a free comedy show! 8:30pm
  • La Casa Bar: Karaoke With Nathan. 9pm-1am
National Park Service Free Admission Day! Find a park, go check it out: https://www.nps.gov/state/fl/index.htm
  • Cascades: Word of South Music and Literature Festival Day 1 featuring Allison Russell, Daniels Family Gospel Jam, Okey Dokey, Bobby Rush, Tommy Prine, Jon Kurzweg, Frank Lindamood/Lis and Lon, Melissa Scholes Young/Cory B. Clay, Feufollet, Motel Radio, Katie Martin, and MANY more. 10am-8pm
  • Tasty Pastry: 60th Birthday Party. Join us as we celebrate Tasty Pastry Bakery's 60th birthday. The Cross family opened the bakery in 1963 and the family still runs it today! Stop by the bakery Saturday, April 22 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. for a variety of fun activities for the whole family, including games, prizes, and of course plenty of delicious baked goods that long-time customers have grown to love. Face painting with the popular Disney character Elsa will be available from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Spiderman will be available from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. for photo opportunities, and the 60th customer of the day will win a $100 Tasty Pastry gift card. And don't forget to enter to win a family four-pack of tickets to the Monster Trucks Live on Saturday, April 22. The winner will be drawn at 11 am on 4/22, winner does not need to be present. We hope to see you there! 10am
  • Mission San Luis: Accreditation Celebration. We are thrilled to announce that Mission San Luis was awarded accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). Join us in celebrating this highest of national recognitions for museums with a FREE day of ceremony, fun, and living history! ATLATL STORYTELLING GAMES DEMOS ARCHAEOLOGY! Hourly Programming on the Historic Site: 10 am: Accreditation Celebration Welcome and Kick-Off, 11 am: Southeastern Native American storytelling, Noon: Chunkey and ballgame toss games, 1 pm: Native American historic weapons demonstration, 2 pm: Archaeology presentation, 3 pm: Spanish dancing. All-Day Programs: Special presentation highlighting accreditation, Activities for visitors: atlatl (spear throwing), crafts, and games, Historical demonstrations: Blacksmithing and ink making, Organization tables: Florida Department of State and other agencies. There will be a FOODTRUCK on site! 10am-4pm
  • Island Wings: Annual Luau Party. So excited to announce our Annual Luau Party will be returning April 22nd and it will last ALL DAY LONG. We will have: 3 amazing bands lined up starting at 12pm! A Costume Contest for BEST DRESSED! A Photo Booth to capture the fun memories! Featuring our Specialty Drink “Luau Lei”. Our Beer reps will be passing out drinks and samples! And so much more, come dress up and soak up the Island Vibes! It’s going to be a fun time! 11am-11pm
  • Common Ground Books: Common Ground Art Market. Join us and 10+ local artists as we celebrate Earth Day! On top of having tons of awesome local vendors, we will also have a free seed planting activity for all ages! Noon-5pm
  • Fish Camp: Keal Franklin Music 1pm - 4pm Barry Kaye and his band Horizontal Rainbow 5pm until late.
  • Tom Brown Park: Annual Picnic Day. In honor of National Picnic Day we will be hosting our first Annual Picnic Day to celebrate with our community An event where you’ll have access to EVERYTHING you need to celebrate and picnic like never before! We’re beyond excited ! For more information or VIP reservations please visit our website, www.letspicnicflorida.com/apd2023 and come on out. 2pm-6pm
  • Big D BBQ: Earth Day. We will have performances by local artists, an outdoor art gallery, 10+ local vendors, food and more. We will also be fundraising supplies and donations for our local art community center, The Plant. 2pm-8pm
  • Retrofit Records: Record Store Day 2023 celebration featuring live music and record signing from Amythyst Kiah. Music at 6pm
  • Hurricane Grill: Crooked Shooz. 6pm
  • Red Shed: Kuntry. 6pm
  • The Bark: Plant Parenthood. Happy Earth Day!! Join Planned Parenthood at the Bark Saturday April 22nd for our Earth Day celebration. Come make your very own terrarium and learn about the intersections of climate justice and reproductive rights! 6:30pm
  • Oyster City Brewing Co: 36 Strong!. 7pm
  • Blue Tavern: Jazzmatazz: The Eden Gümrükçüoglu Trio. 8pm
  • House of Music: The Georgia Honeys. 8pm/$12
  • Signature Lounge: SouLounge! NeoSoul & R&B. 8:30pm
  • Fire Bettys: Drunk Spelling Bee - $300 CASH PRIZE! 8pm (sign up starts at 6)/$20 to play, free to watch
SUNDAY, 4/23
  • Bicycle House: Sunday Ride. Ride at 10:30 AM from Bicycle House. We will ride the Cascades trail to the St Marks trail and down to Wakulla station and return, about 31 miles. Ride speed is 12 to 14 mph, with periodic regroups. Vernon Bailey is the ride leader. Vernon is a new CCC member who’s been biking for 50 years enjoys riding with small groups and weekend touring. 10am
  • Ology Northside: Ology Jazz Brunch. 11:30am
  • Gamescape: Pokémon League. Come learn, play, and trade with the Pokémon Trading Card Game and the Pokémon video games! We LOVE seeing new players, so come learn how to play! We play both the Trading Card Game and the Video Game casually and competitively. The store offers lots of different seating arrangements to meet our group's needs, as well as food, drinks, and Pokémon products for purchase. We are also hold regular, officially sanctioned tournaments for Pokémon Trading Card Game and Video Game Competitions! 2-4pm
  • House of Music: Songwriter Sunday. Songwriters of Tallahassee hosted by Rachel Hillman. Bring your original songs on Sunday - sign up is at 4:30. No Cover Songs please - this is an event celebrating original music. Accompanists and Bands Welcome - you must be able to set up within two minutes, so no crazy pedals or amp shenanigans. No Backing Tracks - Please find someone to play your song with you. 5pm
  • The Plant: Open Jam. All instruments, all players welcome. 5pm-9pm
  • House of Music: Perkins Street Pickers. 5pm
  • Oyster City Brewing: Comedy Night. Come have some laughs with us on Sunday nights! If you are interested in participating in the show, reach out to [email protected] 7:30pm
  • The Rose Room: Synful Sunday. 8pm
  • 821 Gallery: Artists Market featuring more than 15 local artists and vendors. 10am-3pm
  • Cascades: Word of South Music and Literature Festival Day 2 featuring John Paul White, The Prescriptions, Amythyst Kiah, The Heavy Heavy, Shane Guerrette, Larry Mitchell, The Currys, and MANY more. 10am-5pm
  • Common Ground: April Drag Story Hour. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and we at Common Ground believe it is important to talk with kids about this topic at an age appropriate level. For April we have partnered with The Florida Council Against Sexual Violence (FCASV) to have a special Drag Story Hour about body autonomy and consent. The books: No Means No by Jayneen Sanders, Rissy No Kissies by Katey Howes. This is a free family friendly event for all ages. We hope to see you there! 2pm
  • Fish Camp: Jason Byrd. 3pm
  • Riverside Café in St Marks: Steven Brown. 4pm
  • The Bark: AI Did Not Write This. Come and listen to real stuff written by real people. 7pm
MONDAY, 4/24
  • Just One More: Bingo. 5pm-6:30pm
  • American Legion Hall: Cha Cha - Weekly Lessons. 6:15pm/$5
  • Hangar 38: Bingo. 6:45pm
  • Vino Beano: Tipsy Trivia. 7pm
  • The Rose Room: Karaoke Night. 8pm
  • Oyster City Brewing: The Bachelor Watch Party! 8pm
  • 926: Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country with Pat Puckett. 7pm
  • Blue Tavern: Happy Hour with Paddy League. 5pm
  • World of Beer: Poker Night. 6pm
  • The Rose Room: Drag Bingo and Open Stage Night ft. Britney T. Foxx! 6pm
  • Crafty Crab: BOOMIN' Karaoke. 7pm
  • Ology Midtown: Jazz Jam Sessions. 7pm
  • Island Wings: Trivia. 7pm
  • House of Music: Tuesday Trivia & Karaoke. 7pm
  • Burrito Boarder: Karaoke with DJ Roldus. 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Tuesday is Blues Day. Every Tuesday is Blues Day @ the Blue Tavern and Blues Meets Girl is a Tallahassee favorite. This perfect, intimate venue provides just what you need for both a mid-week break and authentic blues music experience. 8pm
  • 4th Quarter: Professor Jim's Tuesday Night Trivia. Popular for a reason! 8pm
  • Argonaut Coffee: Trivia Tuesday. 8pm
  • 926: Tacos and Trivia. 9pm
  • Fire Betty’s: Comedy Show. 9pm/21+
  • Making Awesome: Glowforge Introduction. Learn how to safely use the Glowforge laser cutter at Making Awesome. We'll discuss basic safety, regular cleaning, MA's policies for use of the Glowforge along with the software, cutting materials, and settings to get the best results. After you register you will receive an email with instructions and some reading materials. This class fee is nonrefundable. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult who is also registered for the class. 6pm
  • Opperman Music Hall: Opening Nights Presents: Piano Battle. 7:30pm
  • Rose Room: Women's Wednesday. Featuring Our Rose Roulettes and drink specials all night long. A night for all of our female-identifying friends to enjoy a safe space and an awesome happy hour! 5pm-2am
  • Birds: The Wednesday Night Lab Session hosted by Jim Crozier. 6pm
  • Tara Angel’s Magic: D&D Experience - Adult (18+) Group. Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition - Candlekeep Mysteries. A one-shot is a D&D event that starts and finishes in the same session, typically lasting 3 - 4 hours. We have pre-generated characters for players to choose from. WHAT TO BRING: Pencils, Dice (can be purchased in store), Mask (encouraged for unvaccinated participants), Enthusiasm! Please sign up in advance to reserve a spot in this campaign. Tickets can be purchased in-store, over the phone, or on the website. For more information, please email [email protected], or call: (850) 878-4555 6pm-9pm
  • Goodwood: Wonderful Wednesday. 6pm/$5
  • Level 8 Rooftop Lounge: Trivia. 6pm
  • The Great Games Library: Open Game Night. 6pm/free
  • American Legion Hall: Sue Boyd Country Western and More Dance Class. Session 2 - Beginner 6:30 to 7:45 pm What: East Coast Swing and Waltz. Cost: $8.00 per person. Wear comfortable shoes you can turn in. 7:45 to 8:15 - Practice dance with paid admission. 8:15 to 9:30: Intermediate - 2 Step and WCS. $8.00 per person or $13.00 for both classes. Vaccines are required. Face masks are optional. Changing partners is optional. 6:30pm
  • Perry Lynn’s Smokehouse in Quincy: Wed Night Open Mic w/ Steven Ritter and Friends. 6:30pm
  • Hangar 38: Trivia. 6:45pm
  • Oyster City Brewing Tallahassee: Trivia. Teams up to 6 players for three rounds with 10 questions and a tie breaker each round. Winners are by round so don’t worry if you need to come late or can’t stay the whole time! Prizes include a round of beer, a 6 pack and a gift card! 7pm
  • Proof: Trivia. 7pm
  • Vino Beano: Wine Bingo. 7pm
  • Fermentation Lounge: Trivia. 7pm
  • The Bark: Oceans in the Sky, Dizzy Bats, and Medians. 7pm
  • House of Music: Open Mic at House of Music. Join us Wednesday nights for open mic in the bar with host Mike Ingram of The Brown Goose. Come early for Happy Hour and dinner! 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Warehouse Wednesdays Open Mic Night. The open mic night that has run continuously for almost 20 years, once housed at the Warehouse, lives on at the Blue Tavern. Doc Russell continues as the host with the most. Sign up starts at 8pm/free to attend
  • Fire Betty’s: Karaoke! 8pm/21+/free
  • Dukes and Dotties: College Night and Line Dancing Lessons. 8pm
  • The Bark: Karaoke with DJ Nathan. Best karaoke DJ in town. 9pm
  • 926: Dragged Out Wednesday. 10pm
  • Blue Tavern: Hot Tamale. 5pm
  • LeMoyne: Artist Talk & Performance by Linda Hall. Come experience The Procession of Holding and Letting Go performance by featured artist, Linda Hall, followed by an engaging Artist Talk! This whimsical, surreal, imaginative exhibit focuses on the chaos of nature. Linda will talk about her background and how she explores the beautiful and the macabre with elegance, texture, and magic. Get inspired while learning about her innovative techniques and creating process! 5:30pm
  • Tallahassee Nurseries: Big Dog Evening. 6pm
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2023.04.03 23:40 moistbrisket17 Things to do 4/04-4/09

Reminder: This is mainly things to do based in Fort Worth that are specific to this week- NOT a top things to do in Fort Worth (plenty of posts on that!) Will delete past events to make space for weekend events that come up. Please copy/paste info into google to find the website. If you don’t have anything nice to say, keep on scrolling!
Sources: Fort Worth Culture Map
FTW Today
[Friday April 7]
TCU Baseball 8 p.m. $13-$122 Celebrate National Beer and Burritos Day with America’s sport as the Horned Frogs take on Oklahoma State.
First Fri-YAY 12 a.m.-11:59 p.m. Fort Worth Bike Sharing Stations Free Explore the city on wheels with a free bike rental courtesy of Fort Worth Bike Sharing and the Blue Zones Project.
Free Kid Friday 7 p.m Cowtown Coliseum Free Round up your little cowpoke — kids (12 and under) get into the Stockyard Championship Rodeo free with the purchase of one adult ticket and the promo code “FREEKID.”
Comedy Show Friday, Apr. 7 8 p.m. Four Day Weekend, 312 Houston St $25
Rooftop Cinema Club is hosting a series of dog-friendly events this month. Bring your furry friends to the screening of “The Devil Wears Prada” on Sunday, April 9. Bonus: Your cinema ticket will get you 10% off your dinner at Toro Toro.
Lone Star 92.5 Bring in the Weekend party Friday, Apr. 7 3-7 p.m. Fat Daddy’s, 781 W. Debbie Ln., Mansfield Free Join Jeff K. and the Lone Star 92.5 crew for another live broadcast featuring trivia, prizes, music, drink specials, and more.*
Rise Souffléis holding its 4th Rock Painting Contest with $1,000+ worth of prizes on the line. Stop by 5135 Monahans Ave. to pick up a rock and decorate by Fri, April 7. The best part-all entries will receive a $20 Rise gift card.
Josh Grider 9:00pm - 11:00pm. Live music at The Post at River East.
First Friday at the Modern Enjoy the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth after dark. Visit the museum’s Grand Lobby from 5-8 pm for live music, light bites from Café Modern executive chef Jett Mora, and cocktails, beer, and wine from a cash bar. Admission is free, and there’s also a complimentary docent-led, 20-minute tour available at 6:30 pm. Note that Café Modern is also open for dinner on Fridays, and reservations are recommended.
Kimbell Happy Hour The renowned museum opens up after hours for cocktails, bites, and live music. The Allegro Guitar Society will provide tunes while guests can enjoy beverages & bites available for purchase. (Members receive at 10 percent discount.) Admission is free & the event will run from 5-7 pm.
“Sleeping Beauty” Fri, Apr. 7-Sat Apr. 8 Will Rodgers Memorial Center $40-$60 Watch the classic fairytale come to life in this Ballet Frontier production featuring new sets, dancing, and costumes from New York City.
[Saturday April 8]
Saturday Morning Yoga Saturday, Apr. 8-Saturday, May 27 9-10 a.m. Kimpton Harper Hotel, 714 Main St., Fort Worth Head to the third floor of the hotel and start your weekend off right with a one-hour yoga flow led by instructor Laura Wright.
Lowe’s SpringFest Egg-Venture 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Lowe’s Home Improvement, 4305 Bryant Irvin Rd. Free Bring your furry friends and the kiddos for a morning filled with Easter treats and photos.
Easter Eggstravaganza 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Eugene McCray Community Center Free Hunt for colorful eggs, peruse vendors, & win prizes at this family-friendly event.
Smoke n Bone bbq 2:00 PM- 6:00 PM @ Neutral Ground Brewing Company
Louie The Singer 8:00pm - 11:30pm Live music at The Post at River East. Standing room only show. All ages welcome. Additional artists to be announced.
Texas-sized Easter Egg Hunt, Stockyards Hop around the Stockyards and look for Easter eggs filled with candy and toys. There will also be live music and kid-friendly activities starting at 12 p.m.
SeafoodU at Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. $150 Scale up your seafood game with skills from professional chefs.
Yoga at Whiskey Ranch: Every 2nd Saturday of the month, TX Whiskey distillery hosts outdoor yoga overlooking the Fort Worth skyline (weather permitting, or the class moves inside.) The $15 ticket includes the 1 hour class & one TX whiskey cocktail. Class begins at 11 am.
[Sunday April 9]
Toro Toro $75+ Reserve a table From 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Chef Jonathan Esparza is putting a Pan-Latin twist on Easter classics with shrimp and crab enchiladas, beef anticuchos, and prime beef tenderloin tiradito.
Get ready to rock — KISS is bringing its “End of the Road World Tour” to Dickies Arena on October 1. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 7 or fans can shop tickets on Thursday at 10 a.m. using the presale code DICKIES.
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2023.04.03 18:23 sempai-chan310 CTR Rate as of 4/2/23, Cerritos CA

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