On Friday, March 29th, J2G Live will host its 6th-annual Dance Party Time Machine at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, Colorado. As in past years, the fan-favorite super jam will feature three-fourths of The Disco Biscuits, including bassist Marc Brownstein, keyboardist Aron Magner, and drummer Allen Aucoin, in addition to Mike Greenfield from Lotus, Jeff Franca from Thievery Corporation, and Ryan Jalbert from The Motet. Notably, Jamie Shields from The New Deal will also make his Dance Party Time Machine debut during the upcoming show in March.Each year, Dance Party Time Machine brings over 25 musicians together for a one-of-a-kind collaboration. In addition to the show’s high-profile headliners, the event also taps a number of local artists from Colorado, including members of regional acts such as Analog Son, YAMN, Tiger Party, Fox Street, SuCH, Other Worlds, MLIMNA, and more. Together, these musicians come together to lead audiences through the dance party hits from the ’50s up through today, with covers of Elvis Presley just as likely as covers of Childish Gambino.The Dance Party Time Machine will return to Cervantes’ in Denver on Friday, March 29th, 2019, and VIP and GA tickets are currently on sale now here. VIP ticket holders will receive seating in a private balcony area along with free beers from Breckenridge Brewery.
The builders crafted a design for great potential to catch the views.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The home has three storeys, all designed with plenty of space to embrace views of the water.To top it off, the roof has a deck with views of the nearby water.“It is pretty much a 270-degree view of Bribie, right around the marina and to Moreton Island,” she said. 6 Fourth Avenue Scarborough 3D floor planThe house has what Mrs Tremble described as a modern and sleek style.It took about five months for the couple to build the home. Ideal for summer.The home is on the market now. Modern living inside and out.To take advantage of the location, which is in one of the northernmost points on the Peninsula, they decided to build up.“We played around with designs that suited the block,” she said The home is split on three levels.It has high-end features including high quality bamboo flooring, dual island kitchen benches and high ceilings in the living area. “I guess it would really suit professional families or retirees,” Mrs Tremble said. “It could suit a whole range of people.” SCENIC: The designers wanted the perfect home to take advantage of the view.AN EMPTY block of land in one of the best spots in the Redcliffe Peninsula was an opportunity Emma and Terry Tremble could not pass up.The couple had renovated a few houses before, but when they saw the empty 405sq m block they decided it was time to build something from scratch. “We wanted a house that really complemented the area and took advantage of the views and the location,” Mrs Tremble said. The home is just a quick walk from the waterfront.“The main thing I like about it is that the separate levels all have different purposes,” she said.“The bottom level is for the car garage and storage, (the second level) is the main entry off the street and is the living and entertainment space.“And the next level is for all the bedrooms, keeping it private.”
NZ Herald 16 May 2014Police say they do not support the decriminalisation of natural cannabis despite calls by Auckland’s Deputy Mayor that it’s safer than banned synthetic versions.Penny Hulse said it was time New Zealanders discussed the decriminalisation of cannabis, much as they had had discussions on prostitution and same-sex marriage.But a police national headquarters spokesman said there was no political will for decriminalisation and their stance on the issue was clear.“Police do not support the decriminalisation of cannabis.”Last week Prime Minister John Key told the Herald he did not support the decriminalisation or legalisation of drugs.On Wednesday Ms Hulse told an Auckland Council committee drawing up a policy on legal highs that it made no sense to regulate synthetic cannabis without considering safer alternatives.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11255679