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Get Your Live Music Fix: How to Find Great Concerts in DC

Get Your Live Music Fix: How to Find Great Concerts in DC

Politicos, pundits, and power-brokers come to mind when we think about life inside the Beltway, but DC is a vibrant city with much more to offer than all things political! Consider its diverse arts and entertainment scene, for example. Any night of the week, fans of all genres of live music can find concerts in DC to suit their taste in tunes. Read on to learn more about the best venues, plus how to find concerts in DC: The Inside Scoop For a closer look at the music scene in the nation’s ca … Read More

Get Your Live Music Fix: How to Find Great Concerts in DC
Politicos, pundits, and power-brokers come to mind when we think about life inside the Beltway, but DC is a vibrant city with much more to offer than all things political! Consider its diverse arts and entertainment scene, for example. Any night of the week, fans of all genres of live music can find concerts in DC to suit their taste in tunes. Read on to learn more about the best venues, plus how to find concerts in DC: The Inside Scoop For a closer look at the music scene in the nation’s ca
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The Big Apple is rife with leisure opportunities for grown-ups; the city streets are crawling with fun, relaxation, and culture options from Broadway and fashion shows, to galleries and foodie havens. But what about families with young kids? The ones with parents who want to creatively disguise learning opportunities as fun – yes, we’re talking to you! In this article we’d like to arm you with a few cool ideas for things to do in New York with kids. We know that in addition to homework and chore
5 Stereotypes Lead Singers Face (& How to Overcome Them)
Do you sing with a band? If so, you may have been wrongfully accused of one of the many stereotypes lead singers face -- even if you're always on your best behavior! Here, St. Augustine, FL voice teacher Heather L. shares her tips for proving them wrong...   I'm the lead singer -- uh, make that the only singer -- of two bands, an acoustic duo and a guitar/drum/piano/mandolin group. And as much fun as I have in each rehearsal, and as well as I get along with my bandmates, being a lead
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TakeLessons Community Shout Outs – Week of 9/29/14
Each week, TakeLessons students and teachers send us their shout outs. We’re thankful to be a part of this positive and thriving community, so we’d like to share these messages with you. Here are the shout outs we received this week: Heidi S. in Fort Worth, TX shared a story with us about meeting some very special students. Heidi wrote, "My students Emile and Stella are French but they live in Africa. I have been teaching their flute lessons via Skype from the US to Africa! So cool. But what

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