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GENEALOGY PICNIC at the Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA (south of Atlanta) - Saturday, June 3 9:00-3:15 EDT - FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

2023.05.31 17:47 britishgeorgia GENEALOGY PICNIC at the Georgia Archives, Morrow, GA (south of Atlanta) - Saturday, June 3 9:00-3:15 EDT - FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

The Georgia Archives and the Georgia Genealogical Society are sponsoring the Annual Genealogy Picnic this Saturday, June 3, from 9 a.m.-3:15 p.m. at the Georgia Archives. This is in-person only. Come enjoy the presentations and socialize with other genealogists. Bring a sack lunch or have lunch on your own.
No pre-registration is required, and the event is free and open to the public. Bring a friend!
9:00 - 9:30 a.m.: Registration
9:30-10:30 a.m.: Breaking Down Brick Walls Using FamilySearch (Lynn Schlick, Alabama Genealogical Society)
10:30-10:45 a.m.: Break
10:45-11:45 a.m.: Taking a Second Look: Reviewing Existing Records For More Genealogical Clues (Tamika Strong, Reference Archivist, Georgia Archives)
11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m.: Lunch on your own (Archives Reference Library will be closed from 12-1 p.m.)
1:00-2:00 p.m.: Finding Francis: One Family's Journey from Slavery to Freedom (Dr. Elizabeth West, Academic Director, Center for Studies on Africa and Its Diaspora, Georgia State University)
2:00-2:15 p.m.: Break
2:15-3:15 p.m.: Ask An Archivist Panel Discussion: Georgia Archives Resources and Search Strategies (Georgia Archives staff) (To submit a question, go to https://forms.office.com/1m4fYFT1i1).
The Georgia Archives is located at 5800 Jonesboro Road, Morrow, GA 30260.
www.GeorgiaArchives.org
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2023.05.31 08:53 Jaipal93 At the age of 5, Kabirji started having spiritual discussions with the famous saints of Kashi through his purple body. No saint or sage could ever answer his spiritual knowledge.

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2023.05.31 07:15 thinkingstranger May 30 , 2023

https://heathercoxrichardson.substack.com/p/may-30-2023
“[O]ne of the things that I hear some of you guys saying is, ‘Why doesn’t Biden say what a good deal it is?’” President Joe Biden said to reporters yesterday afternoon before leaving the White House on the Marine One helicopter. “Why would Biden say what a good deal it is before the vote? You think that’s going to help me get it passed? No. That’s why you guys don’t bargain very well.”
Biden’s unusually revealing comment about the budget negotiations was actually a statement about his presidency. Unlike his Republican opponents, he has refused to try to win points by playing the media and instead has worked behind the scenes to govern, sometimes staying out of negotiations, sometimes being central to them.
The result has been, as Daily Beast columnist David Rothkopf summarized today, historic. Biden has worked to replace 40 years of supply-side economics with policies to rebuild the nation’s economy and infrastructure by supporting ordinary Americans. The American Rescue Plan gave the United States a faster economic recovery from the COVID pandemic than any other major economy. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law has already funded more than 32,000 projects in more than 4,500 communities in all 50 states, Washington D.C., and U.S. territories.
The Inflation Reduction Act made the biggest investment in addressing climate change in our history, and according to University of Washington transportation analyst Jack Conness, it and the CHIPS and Science Act have already attracted over $220 billion in private investment, much of it going to Republican-dominated states: Tennessee, Nevada, North Carolina, and Oklahoma have each attracted more than $4 billion; Ohio, more than $6 billion; Arizona, more than $7 billion; South Carolina, more than $9 billion; and Georgia, more than $13 billion.
Victoria Guida in Politico yesterday reported that the reordering of the economy under Biden and the Democrats has reversed the widening income gap between wage workers and upper-income professionals that has been growing for the past 40 years. The pay of those making an average of $12.50 an hour grew by almost 6% from 2020 to 2022, even after inflation.
Those gains are now at risk as pandemic measures end and the Fed raises interest rates to bring down inflation, although the wage increases are only a piece of the inflation puzzle: Talmon Joseph Smith and Joe Rennison of the New York Times today reported that companies raising their prices to “protect…profits” are “adding to inflation.” In other words, companies pushed prices beyond normal profit margins during the pandemic and the economic recovery, then maintained those higher profit margins with the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and continue to maintain them now.
The fight over the debt ceiling is both an example of the different approaches to negotiation on the part of Biden and Republicans like House speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), and part of the larger question about the direction of the country.
On January 13, 2023, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned McCarthy that the Treasury was about to hit the borrowing limit established by Congress and that she would have to resort to extraordinary measures in order to meet obligations until Congress raised the debt ceiling.
On March 9, as part of the usual budget process, Biden produced a detailed budget, which was a wish list of programs that would continue to build the country from the bottom up. He told McCarthy he would meet with the speaker as soon as he produced his own budget, which McCarthy could not do because the far-right House Freedom Caucus (these days being abbreviated as HFC) wanted extreme cuts to which other Republicans would never agree.
On April 26 the House Republicans passed a bill that would require $4.8 trillion in cuts but was quite vague about how it would do so apart from getting rid of much of the legislation the Democrats had just passed. HFC members said they would not raise the debt ceiling until the Senate passed their bill. That is, they would drive the United States into default, crashing the U.S. and the global economy, until the president and the Democrats agreed to their policies. Even then, they would raise it only until next spring, with the expectation that it would then become a key factor in the 2024 election.
Biden insisted all along that he would not negotiate over the debt ceiling, which pays for money already appropriated under the normal process of Congress and which Congress raised three times under former president Trump even as he added $7.8 trillion to the national debt. Biden said he would happily negotiate over the budget. McCarthy, meanwhile, was out in front of the cameras and on social media insulting Biden and insisting that it was Biden’s fault that talks took so long to get started.
Late Saturday, the two sides announced an agreement “in principle” to raise the debt ceiling for two years—clearing the presidential election. As the Washington Post’s Catherine Rampell noted, it protects current spending on Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid; keeps tax rates as they are; increases spending on defense and veterans’ programs; leaves most other domestic spending the same; cuts a little from the expanded funding of the Internal Revenue Service; and tweaks both the permitting process for energy projects and the existing work requirements in the food assistance program.
As Rampell points out, “this much-ballyhooed ‘deal’ doesn’t seem terribly different from whatever budget agreement would have materialized anyway later this year, during the usual annual appropriations process, under divided government. To President Biden’s credit, the most objectionable ransoms that Republicans had been demanding are all gone.”
Now the measure has to get through both parties, with congressmembers back in Washington today after the holiday weekend. Freedom Caucus members are howling at the deal. Representative Chip Roy (R-TX) is threatening to bottle the measure up in the House Rules Committee, which decides what bills make it to the floor. The Freedom Caucus forced McCarthy to stack that committee with far-right extremists as part of his deal for the speakership (it has nine Republicans but only four Democrats on it). But Josh Marshall of Talking Points Memo suggests that McCarthy’s alliance with Representatives Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) might pay off here, since the two have thrown their weight behind the measure.
Even if the measure does pass before the June 5 deadline when the Treasury runs out of money, it has had an important effect. As Rampell noted, it has weakened the United States. It has enabled both China and Russia to portray the U.S. as unstable and an unreliable partner. As if to prove that criticism, Biden had to cancel a trip to Australia and Papua New Guinea, where he was strengthening the Indo-Pacific alliances designed to weaken Chinese dominance of the region. (And Russia continues to involve itself in U.S. politics: today Tara Reade, the woman who in 2020 accused Biden of sexually assaulting her, appeared on Russian television next to alleged spy Maria Butina to say she has fled to Russia out of fear for her life in the U.S.)
Writing in Foreign Policy, Howard W. French sees a more sweeping problem with the debt ceiling fight: it “highlights America’s warped priorities.” “[W]hen a rich and powerful country finds it easier to cut back on the way that it invests in its people, in education, in science, and in making sure that the weakest among them are not completely left behind than to curtail useless and profligate weapons spending,” he said, “there are reasons to worry about the foundations of its power.”

Notes:
https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/speeches-remarks/2023/05/29/remarks-by-president-biden-before-marine-one-departure-37/
https://twitter.com/djrothkopf/status/1663546412334972932
https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2023/05/12/fact-sheet-biden-harris-administration-kicks-off-infrastructure-week-by-highlighting-tremendous-progress-rebuilding-americas-infrastructure-18-months-in/
https://www.whitehouse.gov/build/
https://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/briefing-room/2023/03/09/fact-sheet-the-presidents-budget-for-fiscal-year-2024/
https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2023/04/house-republicans-debt-ceiling-clean-energy-ira-irs-joe-biden/
https://www.jackconness.com/ira-chips-investments
https://www.politico.com/news/2023/05/29/low-income-wages-employment-00097135
https://www.nytimes.com/2023/05/30/business/economy/inflation-companies-profits-higher-prices.html
https://twitter.com/IsabellaMWebestatus/1630322499362897920
https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/jy1188
https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/jy1454
https://rollcall.com/2023/04/26/house-passes-1-5-trillion-debt-limit-increase-spending-cuts/
https://thehill.com/homenews/house/4024123-spending-and-debt-ceiling-plan-whats-next/
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2023/05/28/debt-limit-deal-budget-differences/
https://www.politico.com/news/2023/05/30/debt-ceiling-deal-house-rules-committee-republicans-00099245
https://talkingpointsmemo.com/edblog/freak-cavalcade-but-not-more
​​https://www.thedailybeast.com/joe-biden-accuser-tara-reade-claims-she-defected-to-russia-after-sexual-assault-allegations
https://foreignpolicy.com/2023/05/30/debt-ceiling-deal-details-food-stamps-military-defense-spending/
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2023.05.30 07:29 Sea-Independent-726 19m younger looking for older

19m looking for older hispanic men in the GA jonesboro area. Hmu if interested
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2023.05.29 18:52 Prestigious-String90 Some fun things to do in Macon this week (5/29 - 6/4)

I hope you had a safe and fun Memorial Day. This week in Macon you can learn more about the ancient Earth Lodge at Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park, see the talented Darrell Scott perform at Capricorn Sound Studios, and Museum, visit Downtown Macon on Friday for lots of live music, art gallery openings, and other fun events, and much more. Read the full article for more information and have a great week!
Ritmo Soul Bunch performing in Downtown Macon this past Friday (Photographer Nate Weeks)
TUESDAY
Earth Lodge Tour at the Ocmulgee Mounds (1 p.m.)
A Park Ranger will lead a tour of the Earth Lodge where you will learn more about the ancient structure and its ceremonial council chamber's 1,000 year old clay floor. This tour is free to attend but the walk to the tour includes a steep decline and incline and the chamber is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.
- Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park - 1207 Emery Highway, Macon
THURSDAY
Darrell Scott at Capricorn Sound Studios and Museum (6:30, 8:30 p.m.)
Darrell Scott is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist whose love of music began at a very young age. Scott has toured with both the Zac Brown Band and Robert Plant and he now also teaches songwriting workshops to try to help others tell stories with their song lyrics as well as he does. Tickets for the early show at 6:30 p.m. and the late show at 8:30 p.m. cost $40.
- Capricorn Sound Studios - 540 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Macon
FRIDAY
First Friday in Downtown Macon: Art Gallery Exhibit Openings, Family Fun Zone, Live Music and More
June’s First Friday in Downtown Macon will include lots of art, live music, and even something for families with kids. Macon Arts Alliance will open their exhibit of Curtis Hertwig’s macro photography (Macro in Monochrome) (4 - 7 p.m.) and The 567 Center for Renewal will open their exhibit Point of View: A Multi-Artist Narrative” with art from talented artists Chris Wind the EMA, DSTO Moore, and Kevin “Scene” Lewis (5 - 8 p.m.). NewTown Macon will present the Family Fun Zone in Third Street Park which will include lawn games and books to checkout (5:30 - 7:30 p.m.). There are usually multiple musicians playing outside during First Fridays, special events by local businesses, and plenty of other things to do and see in Downtown Macon to kick off the weekend as well.
Opening Night of the 2023 Macon Bacon season and Muscogee (Creek) Nation Night (7 p.m.)
The Macon Bacon will open their 2023 season with a tribute to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. There will be opening night fireworks as well as special jersey’s honoring the “fourth largest tribe in the United States”. Single game tickets for the Macon Bacon vs. Lexington Co. Blowfish game cost $15.
Luther Williams Field - 225 Willie Smokie Glover Drive, Macon
SATURDAY
Macon Trails Day at Amerson River Park (9 a.m. - 12 p.m.)
Saturday is National Trails Day and you are invited to celebrate it at the beautiful Amerson River Park while helping support the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail. Bike Walk Macon along with Downtown Macon present a day of family-friendly activities, including guided tours. Participants are invited to bring their walking/running shoes, bikes, or skates and enjoy the great outdoors. If you would like to support NewTown Macon’s Ocmulgee Heritage Trail construction fund, you can also make a donation at any time. Macon Trails Day is free to attend.
- Amerson River Park (AGL Pavillion next to playground) - 2600 Riverview Road, Macon
SUNDAY
Fall Line’s Backyard Bash Summer Pop-up Market (1 p.m.)
The Backyard Bash will include a chance to buy one-of-a-kind items from gifted local artists and vendors, fresh produce, sweet baked goods, and more. Fall Line will also be selling their large selection of adult beverages including cocktails. Fall Line’s Backyard Bash is free to attend.
Fall Line Brewing Co. - 567 Plum Street, Macon
Thanks for reading and supporting Middle Georgia Times! Please leave a comment if there is an event taking place this week that is not covered in the article.
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2023.05.29 18:49 Prestigious-String90 Fun events in Macon this week

Fun events in Macon this week
I hope you had a safe and fun Memorial Day. This week in Macon you can learn more about the ancient Earth Lodge at Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park, see the talented Darrell Scott perform at Capricorn Sound Studios, and Museum, visit Downtown Macon on Friday for lots of live music, art gallery openings, and other fun events, and much more. Read the full article for more information and have a great week!
The Ritmo Soul Bunch performed to the crowds in Downtown Macon this past Friday (Photographer Nate Weeks)
TUESDAY
Earth Lodge Tour at the Ocmulgee Mounds (1 p.m.)
A Park Ranger will lead a tour of the Earth Lodge where you will learn more about the ancient structure and its ceremonial council chamber's 1,000 year old clay floor. This tour is free to attend but the walk to the tour includes a steep decline and incline and the chamber is not wheelchair or stroller accessible.
- Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park - 1207 Emery Highway, Macon
THURSDAY
Darrell Scott at Capricorn Sound Studios and Museum (6:30, 8:30 p.m.)
Darrell Scott is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist whose love of music began at a very young age. Scott has toured with both the Zac Brown Band and Robert Plant and he now also teaches songwriting workshops to try to help others tell stories with their song lyrics as well as he does. Tickets for the early show at 6:30 p.m. and the late show at 8:30 p.m. cost $40.
- Capricorn Sound Studios - 540 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Macon
FRIDAY
First Friday in Downtown Macon: Art Gallery Exhibit Openings, Family Fun Zone, Live Music and More
June’s First Friday in Downtown Macon will include lots of art, live music, and even something for families with kids. Macon Arts Alliance will open their exhibit of Curtis Hertwig’s macro photography (Macro in Monochrome) (4 - 7 p.m.) and The 567 Center for Renewal will open their exhibit Point of View: A Multi-Artist Narrative” with art from talented artists Chris Wind the EMA, DSTO Moore, and Kevin “Scene” Lewis (5 - 8 p.m.). NewTown Macon will present the Family Fun Zone in Third Street Park which will include lawn games and books to checkout (5:30 - 7:30 p.m.). There are usually multiple musicians playing outside during First Fridays, special events by local businesses, and plenty of other things to do and see in Downtown Macon to kick off the weekend as well.
Opening Night of the 2023 Macon Bacon season and Muscogee (Creek) Nation Night (7 p.m.)
The Macon Bacon will open their 2023 season with a tribute to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. There will be opening night fireworks as well as special jersey’s honoring the “fourth largest tribe in the United States”. Single game tickets for the Macon Bacon vs. Lexington Co. Blowfish game cost $15.
Luther Williams Field - 225 Willie Smokie Glover Drive, Macon
SATURDAY
Macon Trails Day at Amerson River Park (9 a.m. - 12 p.m.)
Saturday is National Trails Day and you are invited to celebrate it at the beautiful Amerson River Park while helping support the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail. Bike Walk Macon along with Downtown Macon present a day of family-friendly activities, including guided tours. Participants are invited to bring their walking/running shoes, bikes, or skates and enjoy the great outdoors. If you would like to support NewTown Macon’s Ocmulgee Heritage Trail construction fund, you can also make a donation at any time. Macon Trails Day is free to attend.
- Amerson River Park (AGL Pavillion next to playground) - 2600 Riverview Road, Macon
SUNDAY
Fall Line’s Backyard Bash Summer Pop-up Market (1 p.m.)
The Backyard Bash will include a chance to buy one-of-a-kind items from gifted local artists and vendors, fresh produce, sweet baked goods, and more. Fall Line will also be selling their large selection of adult beverages including cocktails. Fall Line’s Backyard Bash is free to attend.
Fall Line Brewing Co. - 567 Plum Street, Macon
Thanks for reading and supporting Middle Georgia Times! Please leave a comment if there is an event taking place this week that is not covered in the article.
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2023.05.28 23:31 cjl1023 Over 80% increase in 5 months. Ya inflictions cooling alright..

Thank god my ADHD led to me avoiding cleaning out my freezer.
Usually buy grass fed beef liver because of how cheap it is. I had stopped, but since spending less is important right now I decided to revisit.
Something felt off when I saw the price but couldn’t remember for certain.
Look at the difference between the 2 .
Unreal.
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2023.05.28 03:50 Cybershroom_Neforox Experimental Miradon Deck That Got Me Third At Recent Cup

Experimental Miradon Deck That Got Me Third At Recent Cup
Proud of my placement in my first cup, I lost against a Lugia in top cut cause he won game 1, I won game 2, but started Drapion so it was so over.
I could get Arezu but my bias of best girl and her effect is actually great for thinning the deck keeps her in play.
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2023.05.27 20:47 Teej5150 Flea Market finds!

Flea Market finds!
Went to a flea market I've never been too, and found a bunch of Hot Wheels, Matchbox, etc. at a ton of vendors. Lots of loose ones, but plenty still on the cards. Pretty stoked to add these to the collection.
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2023.05.26 16:36 dave_the_rogue [USA] Duluth, GA no proxy Legacy, $20 prize pool per attendee, July 15 9AM, $30 entry

https://fb.me/e/UoHid5oh
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/magic-the-gathering-legacy-tournament-level-up-games-tickets-635379004707
Level Up Games
3700 Satellite Boulevard #9A
Duluth, GA 30096
 
2023 July 15, open at 9AM, tournament at 10AM
 
Join the Atlanta Legacy Discord! When joining, please change your nickname to your real name and add (deck).
https://discord.gg/uHwFFaCW
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2023.05.26 14:59 Variant4133 Has anyone done this route on Strava? Doing my first longer ride tomorrow and open to suggestions:

Has anyone done this route on Strava? Doing my first longer ride tomorrow and open to suggestions:
Priorities: 1. Bike lane / “safety” 2. Road quality 3. Views
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2023.05.26 08:35 Flynntus_ Should I submit this old KH1 registration card?

Should I submit this old KH1 registration card?
Im not even sure if that PO Box is active anymore. But I found this digging in old boxes.
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2023.05.25 21:33 ImaMasterDebator Good afternoon Boston, I am back a day early with a list of things to do this weekend, May 25th - May 28th

Here's my list for this weekend even though I know 90% of you are going to Boston Calling.
All weekend - Boston Calling Music Festival @ Harvard Athletic Complex The biggest music festival in Boston is back with this year's exciting lineup.
At popular request you can now get this as a newsletter. Sign up and maybe one day I'll be able to afford Dunkin' more than twice a week.

THURSDAY- MAY 25

'Aftershock' Screening @ MFA @ 7PM The film follows two families at the forefront of the growing birth justice movement in the US.
Museums at Night @ Harvard Art Museums @ 5PM Enjoy an evening of art, fun, food, and more!
Coleslaw's Corner @ MoS @ 7:30PM Join Coleslaw and a talented cast of drag artists as they take you on a journey to the end of the world.
One Direction Night @ Big Night Live @ 7PM

FRIDAY - MAY 26

Teens Spring Showcase @ ICA @ 5PM Expect performances, film screenings, and exhibitions of works by ICA Teens!
Waterparks @ House of Blues @ 6PM
San Holo @ Big Night Live @ 9:30PM

SATURDAY- MAY 27

New England Revolution vs Chicago Fire FC @ Gillette Stadium @ 7:30PM
Play Date: Made By Hand @ ICA @ 10AM Explore exhibitions in the galleries and engage in activities designed for families with kids to work on together.
'Disney Princess - The Concert' @ Symphony Hall @ 2PM Enjoy an all-star quartet of Broadway, television and animated film icons sing the music of every Disney Princess.
The Penumbra Podcast LIVE @ Crystal Ballroom @ 8PM
GA-20 @ Brighton Music Hall @ 10PM
Drake Night @ Big Night Live @ 9:30PM

SUNDAY- MAY 28

Ongoing - Open Market @ SoWa @ 11AM The SoWa Open Market is one of the largest open-air farmer and artist markets in Boston.
Seaport Summer Market @ Seaport Boulevard @ 11AM
Berkshire Choral International @ Ozawa Concert Hall @ 2PM
KevOnStage Stand Up @ The Wilbur @ 7PM
MAN WITH A MISSION @ Brighton Music Hall @ 7PM
Twin Peaks Tribute Night @ Crystal Ballroom @ 8:45PM

All Weekend

All weekend - 'Sleeping Beauty' Ballet @ Citizens Bank Opera House Hear one of Tchaikovsky’s greatest compositions performed live by the Boston Ballet Orchestra and witness magic and adventure unfold before you.
All weekend - 'Star Wars: Return of the Jedi' in Concert @ Symphony Hall Don't miss a chance to hear one of the most recognizable and beloved movie scores live on stage!
All weekend - 'Evita' Opera @ Loeb Drama Center @ 7:30PM Inspired by the real life of the iconic Eva Perón, this Tony-award winning rock opera is remastered and back on stage after much anticipation!
All weekend - Memorial Day Flag Garden @ Boston Common Each year, this garden of flags becomes an important tribute to the meaning of Memorial Day and a signature Boston Common attraction.

Ongoing

Ongoing - 'E.Jane: Drenched in Light' Exhibition @ MFA E. Jane's work explores the labor and inner lives of Black women and the future of Blackness and queerness.
Ongoing - ‘Otherworldy Realms of Wu Junyong’ Exhibition @ MFA Inspired by Chinese folklore and Greek mythology, Wu Junyong’s mixed-media works seamlessly blend diverse historical traditions with his contemporary experience to express human emotions, conflicts, and aspirations that transcend time and borders.
Ongoing - 'Touching Roots' Exhibition @ MFA This exhibition traces narratives of Blackness across the Atlantic world by bringing together work from artists who absorbed and reinterpreted African artistic practices, sacred customs, and cultural expressions.
Ongoing - 'Hokusai: Inspiration and Influence' Exhibition @ MFA The exhibition explores Katsushika Hokusai's impact during his lifetime and beyond. More than 100 woodblock prints, paintings, and illustrated books by Hokusai are on view alongside about 200 works by his teachers, students, rivals, and admirers.
Ongoing - 'Who Holds Up the Sky' Exhibition @ MFA Organized in partnership with a Ukrainian NGO, this exhibition presents the work of artists who have been documenting the war—providing testimony of Russia’s crimes and a glimpse into many Ukrainian citizens’ lives.
Ongoing - 'María Berrío: The Children’s Crusade' Exhibition @ ICA Innovative, unique, and touching, María Berrío's work is a blend of watercolor painting and collaging inspired by poetry, folklore, and realms of magic and how these elements are woven into our reality.
Ongoing - Simone Leigh Exhibition @ ICA Simone Leigh’s landmark masterpieces from the 2022 Venice Biennale are now on view along her other key works.
Ongoing - Climate Action: Inspiring Change Exhibition @ Peabody Essex Museum The exhibition brings together dynamic contemporary art, hands-on experiences, and inspiring works by young artists to make us reflect on climate change.
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2023.05.24 21:36 drpepper4lf EDC 2024 pre-sale

EDC 2024 pre-sale
The countdown has begun!
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2023.05.24 21:20 spamzzz Passes go on sale this Friday

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2023.05.24 01:22 autotldr Jimmy Carter, 3 months into hospice, is aware of tributes, enjoying ice cream

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 73%. (I'm a bot)
NORCROSS, Ga. - Three months after entering end-of-life care at home, former President Jimmy Carter remains in good spirits as he visits with family, follows public discussion of his legacy and receives updates on The Carter Center's humanitarian work around the world, his grandson says.
"They're just meeting with family right now, but they're doing it in the best possible way: the two of them together at home," Jason Carter said of Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, now 98 and 95 years old.
The longest-lived U.S. president, Jimmy Carter announced in February that after a series of brief hospital stays, he would forgo further medical intervention and spend the remainder of his life in the same modest, one-story house in Plains where they lived when he was first elected to the state Senate in 1962.
The hospice care announcement prompted ongoing tributes and media attention on his 1977-81 presidency and the global humanitarian work the couple has done since co-founding The Carter Center in 1982.
Young and Jason Carter joined other friends and admirers Tuesday at a celebration of the former president along Jimmy Carter Boulevard in suburban Norcross, just northeast of Atlanta.
Now, Gwinnett alone has a population of about 1 million people, and Jimmy Carter Boulevard is thriving, with many businesses owned by Black proprietors, immigrants or first-generation Americans.
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2023.05.23 22:04 DannyLumpy Summer Events in the Denver Area

I'm trying to make a list of all of the things to do in Denver for this summer. Does anyone know of anything I should add?
DOUBLE CHECK BEFORE YOU GO. THIS LIST MAY NOT BE UP TO DATE

Music Festivals

Saturdays 05/27-09/02 Swingin Under the Stars - 7:30PM-10PM FREE All Ages Swing Dancing, Lessons, Ice Cream, Live Music Little Man Ice Cream, 2620 16th Street Denver, CO 80211
06/03 Denver Day of Rock - 1:15PM-9:30PM FREE All Ages 15 Bands, 3 Stages; Mainly Rock; Food Trucks LODO Denver
06/07 Holiday Theater Music and Poetry Showcase - 7PM FREE All Ages Guitar, Low-Rock, Spoken Word, Poetry, Jazz MCA Denver at the Holiday Theater 2644 West 32nd Avenue Denver, CO 80211
06/10 Five Points Jazz Festival - 12PM-8PM FREE All Ages 140+ Jazz Performances Five Points, Denver
06/17 First Harvest Music Vestival - 4PM-8PM $10 12 and Below; $35 1+ All Ages Various Musicans Including the Flobots, The Snakes, and Brothers of Brass; Foodtrucks, To Show Solidarity for Refugees DeLaney Community Farm 170 South Chambers Road Aurora, CO 80017
07/14-07/16 Compost Heap Music Festival - Times TBA FREE (Suggested Donations) Underground Music of Various Genres Seventh Circle Music Collective, 2935 W 7th Ave, Denver CO
07/15 Blues & BBQ Festival – 10AM-6PM $10 All Ages Live Blues Music and BBQ Citizen’s Park, 5560 W 24th Ave, Edgewater, CO 80214
07/21-07/22 Global Dance Festival – 3PM-11PM $99/Day All Ages EDM, Art Installations, Circus Performers, Silent Disco. Performers Include Kaskade, Deadmau5, Loud Luxury, Surf Mesa, Troyboi, Zedd and Many More! Empower Field. 1701 Bryant St, Denver, CO 80204
07/28-07/30 Underground Music Showcase - 3PM-12AM $120 Weekend Pass *Independent Music of Various Genres - Broadway // 6th Ave to Alameda, 21 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209
08/25-08/27 Meow Wolf Vortex Music and Art Festival - 2:30PM-?? $60-$100 / Day, -$229 Weekend Pass Electronic Music Festival Feat. Griz, Armani White, BLOND:ISH and many more The Junkyard, 2323 W. Mulberry Place, Denver, CO 80204
08/12 Ghost Canyon Fest – 6PM-12AM $50 21+ Noise, Punk, and Post Punk Bands Hi Dive, 7 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80223
09/09 Sunnyside Music Festival – 12PM-7:15PM FREE All Ages Local Bands, Food, Vendos Chaffe Park near 2001 W 44th Ave, Denver, CO 80211
09/16 Viva Southwest Mariachi Fest – 4:30PM-10PM FREE All Ages Mariachi Bands, Food, Vendos Levitt Pavilion, 1380 W Florida Ave, Denver, CO 80223

Culture Festivals

06/02 Chrom - 5PM-10PM FREE All Ages A Pride Queer Art Showcase and Vendor Market, Live DJ Skylight, 833 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, United States
06/09-06/11 ayA Con - F 4PM-7PM; Sa 10AM-6PM; Su 10AM-5PM $15-$30 All Ages Indigenous Comics, Art, Fashion, Performance, Film, and Music McNichols Civic Center Building, 144 W Colfax Ave, Aver, CO 80202
06/09-06/11 Denver Greek Festival - F 11AM-11PM; Sa 11AM-12AM; Su 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages Celebration of Greek Heritage with Food, Music, Vendors, and Art Assumption of the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 4610 E Alameda Ave, Denver, CO 80246
06/17-06/18 Juneteenth Festival - 12PM-8PM FREE All Ages Celebration of Black Culture and Liberation with a Parade, Live Music, Vendors Five Points, Denver
06/17-06/18 Cherry Blossom Festival - 5k Sa 8AM; Parade Sa 9:30AM FREE All Ages Celebration of Japanese Heritage with Taiko Drumming, Teriyaki Chicken, Sake, Japanese Art Sakura Square, Denver
06/24-06/25 Denver Pridefest - Sa 11AM-6PM; Su 11AM-4PM FREE All Ages Celebration of LGBTQ+ Culture with 5k Run, Parade, Venors, Concerts, Drag Events Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202 (Parade Starts at Cheeseman Park)
07/07 -07/09 Colorado Black Arts Festival - F 1PM-8PM; Sa 11AM-8PM; Su 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages * Celebration of Black Culture with Performances, Visual Art, Scavenger Hunts, Food, Parade, Vendors* City Park, 2001 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80205
07/15-07/16 Mile High Global Bazaar - 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages Cultural Exhibits and Vendors from around the World Skyline Park, Denver, CO 80202
07/22-07/23 Colorado Dragon Boat Festival – Races Start 8AM; Festival Sa 10AM-7PM. Su 10AM-5PM FREE All Ages *Dragon Boat Races, Food, Vendors, Performances – FREE – Sloan's Lake Park W Bryon Pl, Denver, CO 80212

Food / Drink Festivals

W-Th 05/15-09/?? Civic Center Eats - 11AM-7PM Free All Ages 10-20 Food Trucks of Various Cuisines Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202
05/14, 06/04, 07/09 A Taste of Colorado 10AM-6PM Free All Ages Live Music, 6 Food Trucks, Drinks, Live Music, Kids Activities, Vendors Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202
05/27-05/28 BBQ Fest 11AM-8PM $35 Under 20; $109 Adult All Ages * All You Can Eat BBQ, All You Can Drink, Cooking Demos, Live Music* Empower Field at Mile High, 1701 Bryant St, Denver, CO, 80204
05/27 Taste Around the World! Spring Wine Event - 3PM-6:30PM $90 All Ages * Tastings for 25 Bottles of Wine with Help From Wine Experts* Ironton Distillery (RiNo) - 3636 Chestnut Pl, Denver, CO 80216
07/20 The Big Eat - 6PM-9PM $85 21+ 50+ Restaurants All You Can Eat, Live Music* Denver Performing Arts Complex, 1400 Curtis St, Denver, CO 80204
07/22 - Summer Brewfest - 1PM-10PM $55 Advance, $60 Day of Only Allowed Half of Time) 21+ *Unlimited Tastings of Local Beer Brews Mile High Station, 2027 West Colfax Avenue, Denver Co 80204
08/03 Denver Burger Battle - Price TBA 21+ 20+ Restaurants Best Burger Competition; Unlimited Drinks and Burgers* Tivoli Quad, 1000 Larimer St, Denver CO 80204?
08/19 Sloan’s Lake Beer Fest - $5 DD, $35 if Drinking 21+ 1970s Themed Beer Tasting with Live Music* 1610 Raleigh Street Denver, CO 80204
08/26 Denver Summer Whiskey Tasting Festival - 2:30PM-6PM $45 21+ Tasting of 20+ Whiskey, Tasting Lessons, Live Music, Food Location TBA
09/06-09/09 Denver Food and Wine Festivals 11AM-8PM $60-$95 21+ * Food and Wine Showcase, Tastings, Seminars, Cocktail Competition* Tivoli Quad on the Auraria Campus, 1000 Larimer St, Denver

Art / Crafts / Shopping Festival

05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Sante Fe First Friday Art Walks - 5:30PM-9PM FREE All Ages Galleries , Vendors, Food Trucks, Music Sante Fe // 5th Ave to 11th Ave, Denver, CO 80204
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 RiNo First Friday Art Walks - 5:30PM-9PM FREE All Ages Art,Vendors Larimer St // Broadway to Downing
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Dairy Block First Friday Art Walks - 5PM-9PM FREE All Ages Art, Vendors 1800 Wazee St, Denver, CO 80202
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Lakewood First Friday Art Walks - 6PM-9PM FREE All Ages Galleries, Drinks, Music 6501 W Colfax Ave, Lakewood, CO 80214
05/20-05/21 Spring Bazaar - 12PM-6PM FREE All Ages 80+ Vendors, Live DJ, Food Hall Outside Zeppelin Station, 3501 Wazee St #100, Denver, CO 80216
05/27-05/28 Denver Arts Festival - Sa 10AM-6PM, Su 10AM-5PM FREE All Ages Local Art Conservatory Green, Central Park, 8304 E. 49th Pl. Denver 80216
06/08-06/11 Denver Fringe Festival - Hours Vary $15 (Some FREE Street Performances) All Ages 55+ Shows of Performance Art, Plays, Comedy, Improv, Cabaret, Magic, Dance, Aerial, Immersive Experiences, & More Across 12 Venues RiNo and Five Points Denver
06/10-06/11 Denver Chalk Art Festival - Sa 10AM-10PM; Su 10AM-8PM FREE All Ages Chalk Art on the Street 123 W. 12th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204
07/01-07/03 Cherry Creek Arts Festival Sa-Su 10AM-8PM; M 10AM-6PM FREE All Ages Art Vendors Cherry Creek North, 2401 E 2nd Ave #150, Denver, CO 80206
07/22-07/23 Cheeseman Park Art Festival – 9AM-5PM FREE All Ages 150+ Artists, Live Music, Food & Drinks Cheeseman Park, 1599 East 8th Avenue, Denver CO 80218
05/14, 05/22, 06/11, 06/25; 07/09, 07/23, 08/13, 08/27 Thrift Pop – 12PM-5PM FREE All Ages Vintage Clothing, Thrifting, Collectibles Denver Central Market 2669 Larimer St, Denver CO

Other Festivals

05/18-05/21 Somebody’s Friend Movement and Music Festival – Times Vary FREE All Ages Dance and Live Music Festival Denver Central Market 2669 Larimer St, Denver CO
05/20 Rocky Mountain Tree Festival – 12PM-6PM FREE All Ages Live Music, Art Vendors; All Funds Go to Planting Trees New Terrain Brewing Co, 16401 Table Mountain Pkwy, Golden, CO
05/12; 06/04; 07/09; 08/06 !Viva! Streets – 8AM-2PM FREE 3.5 Miles of Car Free Streets; Food; Crafts Broadway, Denver From Alameda to 20th
06/10-06/11 Unicorn Festival – 10AM-5PM $25 All Things Fairy and Unicorn Including the Unicorns Themselves Clement Park, 7306 W Bowles Ave, Littleton, CO 80123
06/10-06/11 Big Gear Show – Sa 10AM-6PM; Su 10AM-4PM FREE Outdoor Goods Consumer Show Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St, Denver, CO 80202
06/30-07/02 Fan Expo – F 4PM-9PM; Sa 10AM-7PM; Su 10AM-5PM $38-$58 / Day; $90 3-Day Pass All Ages Convention for Fans of Comics, Sci F, Horror, Anime, Gaming Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St, Denver, CO 80202
07/15-07/16 Lavender Festival – 9AM-5PM $13 Adults, $11 Seniors, $9 Children All Ages Lavender Fields, Artists, Live Music, Demonstrationsof Dye Garden and Blacksmith ShopDenver Botanic Gardens - Chatfield Farms, 8500 W Deer Creek Canyon Road, Littleton, CO 80128

Farmers Markets

Sundays
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
Thursdays
Saturdays
Denver.org List of Farmers Markets

Concerts

LIST OF ALMOST ALL CONCERTS AND LIVE MUSIC IN DENVER SUMMER 2023
Free Outdoor Concerts
Outside Paid Venues
Paid Indoor Venues
Concert Lists (by Genre, Search, Etc)

Parks / Nature

National Parks
State Parks
City Parks
Hikes

Water Activities

Beaches
Pools
Splash Parks
Water Parks

Amusement

Theme Parks / Roller Coasters
Themed Festivals

Outdoor Movies

Local Projections
Drive Ins

Theatre / Opera / Symphony Shows

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Big Performing Arts Complex with Several Auditoriums for Plays, Concerts, Symphonies, Shows, and More 1350 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80202
Miners Alley Playhouse Local Children’s Theatre 1224 Washington Ave, Golden, CO 80401
Adams Mystery Playhouse Full-time Murder Mystery Theatre 2406 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80211
Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities Local Playhouse for Concerts and Plays 6901 Wadsworth Blvd, Arvada, CO 80003
Vintage Theatre Local Play House Specializing in Revival and Contemporary Musicals and Play 1468 Dayton St, Aurora, CO 80010
Firehouse Theatre Company at The John Hand Theatre Performance Art Group 7653 E 1st Pl, Denver, CO 80230
Curious Theatre Company Cutting Edge Theatre 1080 Acoma St, Denver, CO 80204
06/11-08/13 Colorado Shakespeare Festival Prices Vary; $18 For Standard Bundle **Festival Showing Many of Shakespeare’s Plays Over a Few Weeks 972 Broadway, Boulder, CO, 80302
Theatres Without Current Shows That You Should Still Keep an Eye On
The Source Theatre Company Local Performing Arts Theatre 721 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204
Lone Tree Arts Center Contemporary Center Which Hosts Plays, Concerts, and Events 10075 Commons St, Lone Tree, CO 80124
Cherry Creek Theatre Performance Art Center 350 S Dahlia St, Denver, CO 80246

Dance / Performance Art / Burlesque / Etc

05/18-06/04 Strange Natures - TH-Su 7PM $20 Immersive Dance Theatre Show 1801 Brentwood St., Lakewood, CO 80214
07/05-08/13 Cirque du Soleil: Kooza - 7:30PM $54- $64 All Ages Circus and Gymnastics Show Ball Arena, 1000 Chopper Circle, Denver, CO 80202
07/06-07/08 Colorado Burlesque Festival - 7PM-10PM $25- $35 / Day, $75 / Weekend 18+ Burlesque, Drag, Aerial, & Variet Performance Reelworks, 1399 35th St, Denver, CO
• 07/02 -07/31– Central City Opera’s 2022 Festival – (Opera and Theatre) – Central City Opera House

Museums / Exhibits / Gardens

Art
History
Science / Nature
Animals

Things to Do Year Round

WIP of Places to Eat, Drink, and Have Fun Around Downtown I'm still building this. Please let me know if you have anything to add or change!
Eat Around the World in Denver Join us over at /denverfood where we're trying to make a list of restaurants that represent each of the world's countries all in the larger Denver area!

Other Resources

General Compilations
Mile High on the Cheap
303 Magazine Events Calendar
Colorado.com Events Schedule
Denver-Co Events
Vesta Events
AllEvents
Metro Denver
Dairy Block Event Calendar 1800 Wazee St, Denver, CO 80202
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2023.05.23 00:48 _dqpb Reno events forecast May 22 - May 28

This list is automatically generated, it may not be 100% accurate
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Monday, May 22

Tuesday, May 23

Wednesday, May 24

Thursday, May 25

Friday, May 26

Saturday, May 27

Sunday, May 28

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Recurring

  • Open Mic Night - Tuesday nights at 8 - Coffee N Comics on Moana
  • Open Mic Night - Thursday nights - Coffee N Comics on Baring
  • Open Mic Night - Wednesdays at 8:30 - The Library (Bar)
  • Open Mic Night - Sundays ay 7 - Blind onion in sparks
  • Open Mic Poetry - Mondays at 6PM - Shim's Surplus Supplies (Speakeasy)
  • Jazz Night - every week on Thursday 8:30pm-12:00am - The Loving Cup
  • Jazz Night - Tuesdays at 6PM - Shim's Surplus Supplies (Speakeasy)
  • Comedy Night - Thursdays at 8:30PM - Paddy and Irene's Irish Pub
  • Karaoke - Fridays at 9PM - Paddy and Irene's Irish Pub

Other Resources

  • therenoscene.com
  • visitrenotahoe.com
  • thisisreno.com
  • renonr.com
  • DJ Trivia Map - At various bars every day of the week
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2023.05.18 20:37 jerseykrew01 Selling 3 day GA ticket for Sat & Sun

My friend and I have GA tickets, but he can only attend Friday night so I’m selling his ticket which can be used for Saturday and Sunday. Asking for $300, but willing to negotiate! Message me if interested.
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2023.05.14 04:40 th3thrilld3m0n Parking map out. Unfortunately torquise is camp EDC only this year and it worked great for me last year.

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