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San Diego Country Music: Where to Listen, Play, and Two-Step

San Diego Country Music: Where to Listen, Play, and Two-Step

Stomping cowboy boots performing the two-step, hands clapping along, 10-gallon cowboy hats, flannel shirts, bolo ties, and men and women with slow drawls – these are all images we tend to associate with the country music scene. And, while it’s commonly known that the country music scene and culture is alive and thriving in places like Nashville, Tennessee, West Texas, and other Southern states, many people assume it’s hard to find good country music, bars, festivals, and bands in other places. … Read More

San Diego Country Music: Where to Listen, Play, and Two-Step
Stomping cowboy boots performing the two-step, hands clapping along, 10-gallon cowboy hats, flannel shirts, bolo ties, and men and women with slow drawls – these are all images we tend to associate with the country music scene. And, while it’s commonly known that the country music scene and culture is alive and thriving in places like Nashville, Tennessee, West Texas, and other Southern states, many people assume it’s hard to find good country music, bars, festivals, and bands in other places.
Spanish Vocabulary: Feelings & Emotions in Spanish
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Your Best Piano Practice Routine: 4 Things to Focus On
You know practicing is important - but how should you design your ideal piano practice routine? Check out these helpful tips from Brooklyn, NY piano teacher Liz T...   In order to be prepared for your weekly piano lessons, you must spend your time wisely practicing on your own at home! In this article, I'll review some tips to help you figure out what you should be spending your time practicing. But first, how much practice? If you are taking a weekly 30-minute to an hour piano les
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Halloween in France: French Vocabulary and Traditions for Halloween
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