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Get Tuned In to the Best New York Music Venues

Get Tuned In to the Best New York Music Venues

Tired of listening to honking cabs? Great music is never far away when you're in New York City. Here are five spots that anyone looking for the best New York music venues should take note of: 1. Cake Shop 152 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002 Fun is one word to describe the Cake Shop - delicious is another! The spirit of indie rock lives at the Cake Shop, offering vegan cakes and coffee upstairs, and groundbreaking indie acts downstairs. The Shop packs a crowd at night, so it's best to get … Read More

Get Tuned In to the Best New York Music Venues
Tired of listening to honking cabs? Great music is never far away when you're in New York City. Here are five spots that anyone looking for the best New York music venues should take note of: 1. Cake Shop 152 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002 Fun is one word to describe the Cake Shop - delicious is another! The spirit of indie rock lives at the Cake Shop, offering vegan cakes and coffee upstairs, and groundbreaking indie acts downstairs. The Shop packs a crowd at night, so it's best to get
How to Learn Acting by Studying Your Favorite Actors
We all have our favorite actors – from the captivating smile of Julia Roberts to Leonardo DiCaprio’s boyish charm – but looks aside, there's plenty that goes into sustaining a successful career as an actor amid a sea of driven competitors. If you’re a budding actor, dreaming about moving to LA for your big silver screen break, spending Friday night in watching reruns of your favorite movies may not be as couch-potato-ish as it sounds. In fact, studying the performances of your favorite actor is
Italian Words and Phrases for the Summer [Slideshow]
Are you traveling to Italy this summer or simply want to brush up on your Italian vocabulary? Below, Italian teacher Nadia B. shares some useful Italian words and phrases for the summer... It's summertime, which means it's time for some fun in the sun. In addition to your sunblock and hat, don't forget to bring along these helpful Italian words and phrases for the summer (or, in Italian, l'estate). In doing so, you can continue to enrich your Italian studies, while also having some fun. It
How to Hold Drum Sticks: Traditional Grip vs. Matched Grip
Beginning drummers often have questions about how to hold drum sticks. Traditional grip or matched grip, which one is better? Here, Edmond, OK drum instructor Tracy D. explains the mechanics of each drum grip so you can decide which one is right for you... There are essentially two different ways to hold drum sticks: traditional grip and matched grip. Both techniques are expressive and fun to use. If you're wondering how to hold drum sticks, first you should get a better understanding of
Comparing Piano Teaching Methods | Bastien Piano Basics, Suzuki, & More
As you search for local piano teachers, you might notice some teachers listing specific teaching methods on their TakeLessons profile. Here, St. Augustine, FL piano teacher Heather L. explains what each really means...   Over the length of its history, American piano pedagogy has changed dramatically. In its earliest days, when families and communities braved the broad frontier of our continent, music was written on animal hides and skins. Only families who were wealthy enough t

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