Lounge chair – Fuze Restaurant And Lounge http://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 22:03:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-90.png Lounge chair – Fuze Restaurant And Lounge http://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/ 32 32 Beach resorts to deliver spectacular Independence Day celebrations https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/beach-resorts-to-deliver-spectacular-independence-day-celebrations/ Sun, 26 Jun 2022 10:59:27 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/beach-resorts-to-deliver-spectacular-independence-day-celebrations/ Stations plan spectacular fireworks displays for guests. Mohonk Mountain House The 4th of July this year should be the best holiday weekend to travel with almost half (46%) of summer travelers planning to go on vacation on Independence Day, according to Vacasa 2022 Summer Travel Trends Report. Vacasa research data also revealed the following destinations […]]]>

The 4th of July this year should be the best holiday weekend to travel with almost half (46%) of summer travelers planning to go on vacation on Independence Day, according to Vacasa 2022 Summer Travel Trends Report. Vacasa research data also revealed the following destinations as the most popular locations for 2022: Bethany Beach, DE; Alabama Gulf Coast, AL; Outer Banks, North Carolina; Cape Cod, MA; Oregon Coast, OR.

In order to impress their guests, hotels and resorts across the country are planning spectacular fireworks displays ranging from a “Free as a Bird” experience to a “Big Bay Boom.”

Mohonk Mountain HouseNew Paltz, New York

With its picturesque setting in the Hudson Valley and situated on a private glacial lake with views of the Catskill Mountains, this Victorian castle resort offers a one-of-a-kind mountain retreat for a 4th of July celebration. With activities like tomahawk throwing, family archery, a guided boulder run, magician performances and more, families are sure to be thrilled. All guests are invited to participate in the resort parade with The Riverboat Hudson Seven Band, also joined by costumed employees and the Mohonk fire truck. After the parade, a 4th of July carnival with wine and spirits tastings for adults and cotton candy, popcorn and bouncy castles for kids will precede the water show and trumpet on the lake. A concert on the boat dock leads to the fireworks display as dusk sets in, as a peaceful reflection of brilliant colors shines from the rock ledges to the cliff-lined lake as the fireworks begin.

NoelleNashville, TN

Nashville is known for hosting one of the biggest fireworks in the country and Noelle offers front row seats to rare bird with its annual Free as a bird live. Tickets are priced at $400 per person and include admission to Rare Bird with guaranteed rooftop seating, premium open bar, premium food and appetizer stations, fireworks cleared and live music. For those looking to stay overnight, the hotel also offers a Free as a Bird room package which includes one night stay on July 4 and two tickets to the Free as a Bird rooftop celebration and free late check out.

Kona Kai Resort & SpaSan Diego, California

A timeless treasure of San Diego Bay located at the very tip of Shelter Island, Kona Kai Resort & Spa is the perfect place to celebrate Independence Day this summer. With breathtaking views of the San Diego city skyline and Coronado Naval Base, this waterfront resort invites guests to sit front row for California’s largest fireworks display, Big Bay Boom. Throughout the weekend, Kona Kai will host poolside barbecues with patriotic decor and even a steel drum band to celebrate America.

The Watergate Hotel, washington d.c.

This year, the 4th of July celebrations return to the iconic Watergate Hotel, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Watergate scandal. Top of the Gate, Watergate’s rooftop bar and lounge, offers stunning 360-degree views of some of the country’s most iconic landmarks. General Admission ticket includes: top-of-the-gate entrance; reserved seat; champagne toast; signature gourmet bites, display of hot and cold dishes; upscale open bar with liquor, wine, and beer; bottle service available at an additional cost.

Omni Mount Washington Resort – Bretton Woods, New Hampshire

Located at the base of beautiful Mount Washington, Omni Mount Washington Resort is surrounded by nearly 800,000 acres of White Mountain National Forest and home to Bretton Woods, New Hampshire’s largest ski area. In honor of its 120th anniversary in July, the resort will be offering a variety of new and returning summer programs perfect for the 4th of July holiday weekend. The Annual Tribute to Freedom in Bretton Woods offers a variety of activities for each guest. Highlights of the holiday weekend include a classic campfire song at Guitarists & S’mores by the Fire and a breathtaking Fourth of July fireworks display accompanied by live music on the Presidential Lawn.

Hotel Hammets –Newport, Rhode Island

Opened in 2020, the Hammetts Hotel is located directly on the wharf in downtown Newport. Inspired by the quarters of a ship, the rooms feature nautical inspiration and modern amenities. The hotel’s unparalleled location makes it an ideal base for travelers looking to immerse themselves in the destination, encouraging the discovery of all the offerings within walking distance of the city center. With historic mansions, the Walk on the cliff and more, Newport is an incredible showcase of American history, culture, and sights. The Newport fireworks display is set to light up the harbor from 9.15pm on July 4, with a rain date of July 5.

Royal Palms Resort and Spa, Scottsdale, AZ

A historic luxury property in Scottsdale, the Royal Palms Resort and Spa will host a series of festive activities beginning Friday, July 1 with highlights including yoga classes, brunch at T. Cook’s, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, poolside festivities, patriotic music, and a grilling class with the resort’s culinary team where guests will learn how to prepare the perfect steaks and sides.

Lansdowne ResortLeesburg, Virginia

The Lansdowne Resort has hosted one of Loudoun County’s best Independence Day celebrations for decades and is exclusive to resort guests. Lansdowne celebrates America will take place on Saturday, July 2 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Throughout the weekend, guests will find live music at Fanny’s Garden, lawn games and poolside activities as well as options to rest, relax and enjoy the vacation. The annual fireworks display kicks off at 9 p.m. sharp and guests can bring a blanket or lawn chair and claim a spot on the driving range to enjoy the celebrations.

Turtle Bay ComplexKahuku, Hawaii

On Sunday, July 3, Turtle Bay Resort will host Ohana Day featuring Eli-Mac, Kimié Miner, Paula Fuga, Yoza and DJ Keala Kennelly along with food, libations and a magnificent fireworks display at night. Doors open at 3 p.m. with the concert at 4 p.m. and fireworks at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 or $30 at the door.

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Thousands attend the Portland Pride Parade to celebrate diversity and continue to fight for equal rights https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/thousands-attend-the-portland-pride-parade-to-celebrate-diversity-and-continue-to-fight-for-equal-rights/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 23:24:00 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/thousands-attend-the-portland-pride-parade-to-celebrate-diversity-and-continue-to-fight-for-equal-rights/ Thousands marched in Portland’s Pride Parade on Sunday to celebrate the progress made by the LGBTQ+ community – but also to highlight the challenges that remain. “While people may think we’re in the 21st century and have moved on, it’s even more important these days to get out there and show our pride,” said Babylon […]]]>

Thousands marched in Portland’s Pride Parade on Sunday to celebrate the progress made by the LGBTQ+ community – but also to highlight the challenges that remain.

“While people may think we’re in the 21st century and have moved on, it’s even more important these days to get out there and show our pride,” said Babylon Brooks, Levi Carpenter’s character.

Babylon Brooks, who walked in the parade with the charity group Sweethearts of Portland, raised concerns about anti-gay and anti-trans bills that had been introduced in the Midwest and South, and the alleged thwarted attempt white nationalists to disrupt a Pride event in northern Idaho earlier this month.

“No matter how you try to legislate against us, no matter how you try to ban our existence, we’re still here,” Babylon Brooks said. “We’re not going anywhere.”

With the roar of Dykes on Bikes motorcycles all the way ahead, the parade kicked off at 11 a.m.

Rainbow-clad walkers, including drag queens, bikers, military veterans, church groups, bands and choirs, firefighters, health care providers, horse trainers and corporate employees, made their way from the city’s Old Town neighborhood, starting outside Pride Northwest’s “Never Look Away” along Northwest Couch Street, to Tom McCall Waterfront Park for more than two hours.

Debra Porta, executive director of the nonprofit Pride Northwest, said the parade route was changed to highlight the mural, which features eight faces of national and local people who have actively supported the LGBTQ community. +, national transgender rights advocate and actress Angelica Ross in retired Oregon. Supreme Court Justice Lynn Nakamoto.

Porta was happy to return to the show after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic.

“The isolation is real for our community, so nothing beats the energy, the vibe, of being in person,” Porta said. “Our numerical strength reminds us that we are not alone.”

Bolivia Carmichaels, the Daniel P. Elliott drag character who has entertained audiences throughout the Portland area since 1994, was the parade grand marshal.

After hosting a party Saturday night at CC Slaughters Nightclub and Lounge, Bolivia Carmichaels wore a sequined pink dress and cheered on fellow parade attendees on Sunday. During the height of the pandemic, Carmichaels hosted free weekly virtual shows, traveling performances and even a “Drag-Thru” takeout line.

“Words cannot begin to express the love I have for our city and our community,” Carmichaels said. “It has been my life’s purpose to ensure that everyone is included, recognized, supported and loved for their authentic selves. This parade today and the festivities throughout the city are our way of celebrating our individuality as well as our strength as a community.

Crowds of people from at least three depths lined the road, some showing up more than two hours early to grab the best vantage points.

Rex Daw, 62, of Portland, sat in a chair along Northwest Couch Street near Second Avenue, reading a book at 9 a.m., waiting for the parade to begin two hours later. He said he came to cheer on his grandchildren, who were marching with a relative, a Macy’s employee. “The gay community needs all the support we can give them,” Daw said.

Lannie Kali sat in a lawn chair along Couch Street next to his wife Maria Kali, while their 13-year-old daughter Dania sat on the sidewalk in front of them.

“It’s our national holiday,” said Lannie Kali. “We are lesbian mothers, and we have a bisexual daughter and a gay son.”

She expressed concern over the arrests of white nationalist members accused of trying to riot during the Pride Parade in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho earlier this month. “It’s even more important to be here,” said Lannie Kali. “It’s important for young people to see people like us.

“I grew up going to Pride,” Dania added.

Marchers and parade participants wore rainbow-colored tutus, feather boas, socks, masks, hats and shoes.

Carl and Alison Richter’s hairless Chinese Crested dog sported a mini rainbow cowboy hat, rainbow coat and long rainbow tie as he stood on a “Tommy Bahamas” folding beach chair, waiting for the start of the parade.

Kat Jambor, co-owner of gay-run horse rescue program Once Upon a Rescue in Damascus, Oregon, painted a horse named Arrow red, white and blue before leading it through the parade.

With so much trauma experienced by members of the queer community, Once Upon a Rescue strives to connect people to horses in therapeutic ways to help build self-confidence, Jambor said.

Some marchers carried signs reading “Trans people belong in sport”, “Proud mother of a bicycle dyke” and “Love is love”. One group distributed condoms to adults in party favor bags.

Tyree Elliott usually watches the parade, but this year there is a parade with colleagues from the Beaverton marijuana store called Green Mart. “As a black, LGBTQ guy, this place feels like home, feels like family,” he said of his employer, where he’s worked for about eight months.

Reverend Nathan Meckley of the Metropolitan Community Church said queer church members have been marching in the Pride Parade since 1976. “It’s so important that gays, lesbians and trans people understand that God loves us and that God created us. just as we are. We are here to tell them that they are beloved children of God.

Familiar faces, such as U.S. Representative Earl Blumenauer, U.S. Senator Ron Wyden, former Portland Mayor Sam Adams and City Commissioners Jo Ann Hardesty and Dan Ryan were among those who joined in the celebrations.

Uniformed police or police chiefs were conspicuously absent, as Pride Northwest adopted a policy that the group did not want uniformed or armed police marching.

“Because there’s a lot of symbolism in that uniform that’s incredibly triggering and traumatic for a lot of people in the community,” Porta explained. “It doesn’t take away from all the hard work LGBTQ officers have put in to get to where they are. But there is a larger conversation that needs to take place because of the story and the impact on our community.

The group’s written policy notes, “The ever-increasing use of violence against our citizens, many of whom are part of the LGBTQ+ community, is both chilling and unacceptable. As Pride Northwest remains committed to a commitment that ends the violence, we are compelled to take additional action now.

Aside from a Portland Police car near the front of the parade, no group of Portland Police marchers appeared.

sergeant. Kevin Allen, a Portland Police spokesman, said ahead of the event, “Our involvement will be nothing but supportive.”

Robert Ball, a local property developer and former Portland Police Reserve commander who is gay and who has marched in uniform in Portland Pride parades in recent years with a group of police officers, called the change in policy unfortunate.

“Trust comes when you engage and associate with the police,” he said. “LGBTQ+ police officers have struggled to come out of the closet in the workplace and march in parade. Pride Northwest is trying to put LGBTQ+ agents back in the closet with this action.

In 1991, Portland Police Chief Tom Potter joined the parade to show solidarity with his daughter, Katie, a Portland police officer who had just been released. Potter also wanted to show the gay community that they could count on fair treatment from the police, after a long history of targeting.

Portland Fire Department showed up.

As firefighter Christine Pezzulo helped decorate a Portland fire truck with rainbow-colored ribbon, she said it was important to participate in the parade.

“It shows our community that we’re inclusive, that diversity matters,” Pezzulo said. “As a fire service, it is essential that we are represented.”

Pride Northwest had dozens of volunteers wearing fluorescent vests who helped patrol the parade route. Public transport security has also been organized along the bus lines.

Tobyn Gendron waved bubbles at the corner of Northwest Second Avenue and Couch, as he reserved a spot for other members of his LGBTQ+ Christian group to join him. Gendron, who lives in Newberg with her husband, said he was relieved to be “coming out” of the pandemic for an in-person Pride parade and festival.

“We need to celebrate who we are and share a sense of solidarity with each other,” he said.

–Maxine Bernstein

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Everything the ELLE DECOR editors loved https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/everything-the-elle-decor-editors-loved/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 21:58:46 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/everything-the-elle-decor-editors-loved/ Silvia Rivoltelle Aaaand we are back. Last week, Milan Design Week came back to life after nearly two years of delays and pared-down installations. Our editors have reviewed everything new from afar, from the sprawling pavilions of the Salone del Mobile to the city’s more intimate gallery exhibits. Here we’ve selected our personal bestsellers, from […]]]>

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Aaaand we are back. Last week, Milan Design Week came back to life after nearly two years of delays and pared-down installations. Our editors have reviewed everything new from afar, from the sprawling pavilions of the Salone del Mobile to the city’s more intimate gallery exhibits. Here we’ve selected our personal bestsellers, from insect-inspired furniture to a huge pink stone tub. Which is your favourite?

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Why now? by M. Lawrence and Tacchini for Spotti

I loved the different paintings of “Why now? », an exhibition organized by the creative studio Mr. Lawrence for the Spotti showroom, produced in partnership with the furniture brand Tacchini. The show brought together Helle Mardahl’s familiar chewing-gum tableware, Dior collaborator Jinyeong Yeon’s curved tube chairs, with a few new faces for a gallery-showcase hybrid that felt truly livable. —Sean Santiago, Associate Editor

Ginori and Luke Edward Hall’s nightclub

You see a lot of surprising things during Milan Design Week – at the Salone del Mobile, a cooking demonstration by a man lassoing a rope of sausage ties above his head to the sound of a live saxophone comes to mind. mind – but nothing quite beats the dinner that porcelain maker Ginori threw for British illustrator Luke Edward Hall. After an elegant family meal at the Osteria Grand Hotel, the lights went out, the floor was cleared of tables and chairs and Italian crooner Alessandro Ristori took the stage. Ristori donned bell bottoms and a bow tie (he’s the ‘Prince of Dolce Vita’, after all) and performed a set of kicks and kicks late into the night, covering Dusty Springfield , Blondies, and more. You had to be there a bit. —Anna Fixsen, Associate Editor, Digital

SaloneSatellite – the overflowing Salone del Mobile section dedicated to the work of emerging designers – was, as usual, fertile ground for inspiration. Take, for example, Lagos-based multidisciplinary talent Lani Adeoye of Studio Lani. Her collection, titled Ekaabo, included lounge chairs, stools and more inspired by the textiles, arts and crafts of her native Nigeria. The plus: She also ok Textile-wrapped RemX Walker, designed and named with his grandfather, Remi, in mind, landed first place in the SaloneSatellite award in a show that placed greater emphasis on design for people with disabilities, neuro-atypical people and durability. —Asad Syrkett, editor

‘Getting together’ was a recurring theme at this Salone – take the huge crowds that congregated at Bar Basso each evening as proof – but few articulate brands return to conviviality as aptly as Buccellati. The jewelry house commissioned four designers to create individual scenes centered around the theme of galateo, which loosely translates to “table manners” from Italian. Patricia Urquiola (shown here) took a fun route with its display, ditching the conventional table in favor of a picnic blanket, cork walls, plants, and a dog statue. Its context made Buccellati’s pieces – of the Tahiti set in this case – feel light and playful. —Helena Madden, Associate Market Editor

This Is America, by Hello Human and Adition

This Alcova facility was so crowded – all of Alcova was – that I enjoyed it when co-curators Alma Lopez-Moses and Liz Wert guided me through the exhibits. Jaeyeon Park’s tennis and ski chairs, made of found objects and epoxy clay, stood out for me by making the familiar uncomfortably abstract. They give a surreal twist to the banality of consumer culture. —SS

The Swarovski and Rosenthal Garden Party

The best way to cap off a long day of trekking in a living room? An elegant garden party in a 15th century palace, of course! Swarovski and Rosenthal threw a whimsical outdoor party at Casa degli Atellani (you’ll find out in our May 2022 issue!) to celebrate their recent tabletop collaboration. The garden was dotted with candy striped tents – displaying lavish vignettes from the collection, of course – a string quartet, gelato stands and guests that included everyone from Margherita Maccapani Missoni to Bethan Laura Wood. With the golden evening sun and the aura of history all around (Leonardo da Vinci’s vines are still grown here) it really was the icing on the cake. -A F

Kickie Chudikova in Alcova

People don’t usually think insects are beautiful – on the contrary, they often evoke feelings of fear and disgust. (For this reason, I’ve long been the designated girl to catch and release whenever oversized bugs appear in the house.) Instead of dwelling on that reputation, Brooklyn-based designer Kickie Chudikova celebrated the elegance of scary critters with its bright colors. Collection of insects in Alcova. One of the immediate standouts was Orbis, which is inspired by 16th century globe bars. The problem? Chudikova’s sphere features a layer of iridescent butterflies and beetles encased in resin. I also loved the throne-like Alvea chair, which is upholstered in bright yellow velvet, a nod to the queen bee. —HM

Milan Design Week, with the Salone del Mobile and city center exhibitions, is jam-packed with events to a degree that makes every moment of serenity a welcome respite. British lighting designer Lee Broom’s ‘Divine Inspiration’ offered that and more: In a former high-ceilinged gallery, Broom took us all to church with an installation that launched six new collections in six rooms designed to evoke worship spaces, with altars, pews and floating incense. I was particularly seduced by Hail and Pantheum (shown here), which riffs on ecclesiastical motifs as well as the characteristic shapes and forms of brutalist architecture, a favorite of Broom (and mine). -AS

Installation of OMA and Sabine Marcelis in Alcova

Before I started covering interior design, my rhythm was architecture. So it was a pleasure to travel to Alcova to see Rotterdam-based superstar architecture firm OMA team up with fellow Dutch designer Sabine Marcelis on a group of stunning stone objects. The exhibit arch, commissioned by natural stone company SolidNature, featured a luminous arch in a rainbow of nine different onyxes. Marcelis contributed a pale pink bathtub carved from a solid block of pink onyx, while OMA unveiled a stone bed (yes!) and a striking bookcase in Satin Verde marble. True to OMA’s pedigree, the show was rooted in research; faithful to that of Marcelis, it was filled with wonder. It was a match made in heaven. -A F

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This ‘Genius’ sun lounger has a face hole which is perfect for tanning https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/this-genius-sun-lounger-has-a-face-hole-which-is-perfect-for-tanning/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 00:25:55 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/this-genius-sun-lounger-has-a-face-hole-which-is-perfect-for-tanning/ If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, SheKnows may receive an affiliate commission. Want to be comfortable all summer? Amazon has plenty of handy gadgets to accomplish this, but there are a few we think are worth buying. Items like a watermelon slicer or cooling pillow are […]]]>


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Want to be comfortable all summer? Amazon has plenty of handy gadgets to accomplish this, but there are a few we think are worth buying. Items like a watermelon slicer or cooling pillow are definitely on the list, but this latest find from Amazon will make your time in the sun that much better. The ostrich lounger makes tanning easier with its special function. The best-selling lounge chair has a face hole that makes it easy to relax from the beach to chilling by the pool. The opening allows an ideal position for sunbathing on the back or reading. It takes casual summer to a whole new level. With over 11,000 near-perfect ratings, it’s no surprise that this popular tanning chair is selling out fast. So don’t hesitate to grab a tanning chair or two to kick off the warm season.

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“I was looking for a quality trifold chair that was easy to transport and that I could lay on my stomach on and not choke or twist my neck. While I waited several weeks for this, this is worth worth the wait,” one reviewer said, before adding, “I can read face down now, or just breathe and not need neck therapy.

Ostrich’s famous tanning chair also has other interesting features to fall in love with. It is available in different fun colors and patterns at different prices below $110. There are also arm slits and a soft pillow for extra comfort. Our favorite part? The lightweight chair is easy to take anywhere than just to the outdoor porch. It can be folded and includes a carrying strap. Another reviewer added: “It’s easy to fold, sturdy and comfortable to sit on for long periods of time.”

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Three summer concerts this weekend https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/three-summer-concerts-this-weekend/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 16:16:00 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/three-summer-concerts-this-weekend/ February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popular festival has something for all […]]]>

The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy.

The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popular festival has something for all lovers of early music. The annual event celebrates the music and teachings of Surry County music pioneer and icon Tommy Jarrell, who lived from March 1, 1901 to January 28, 1985.

Many activities are planned at the Old-Time Music Heritage Hall in the Historic Earle Theater at 142 North Main Street.

On Thursday 24 February there are free courses for young people. The flatfoot dance is at 4:30 p.m., violin lessons are at 5:30 p.m., followed by guitar, banjo and mandolin lessons at 6:15 p.m. Music lessons are taught by Jim Vipperman, recipient of the Brown-Hudson Folklore Award as a traditional musician and teacher. These lessons are sponsored in part by a TAPS grant from the Folklife Division of the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

The Southeast Sirens Tour will take to the stage at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The tour is presented by the Surry Arts Council and Pine State Marketing and features Caitlin Krisko & The Broadcast and Abby Bryant & The Echoes. Tickets are $15.

Friday at 7 p.m., free screening of “You Gave Me A Song”, a film about Alice Gerrard. The film offers an intimate portrait of early music pioneer Alice Gerrard and her remarkable and unpredictable journey in the creation and preservation of traditional music. A Q&A with director Kenny Dalsheimer and Gerrard will follow the film.

A short performance by Gerrard accompanied by Tatiana Hargreaves and Reed Stutz will follow the Q&A. This film and event are made possible in part by the vital support of Presenting Sponsor, the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources through their “She Changed the World: NC Women Breaking Barriers” and “ Come Hear NC”.

In a career spanning over 50 years, Gerrard has left an indelible mark on the history of traditional music. Her groundbreaking collaboration with Appalachian singer Hazel Dickens in the 1960s and 1970s produced four classic albums (recently reissued by Rounder) and influenced many young female singers. His next four solo albums, including Bittersweet, produced by Laurie Lewis, and Follow the Music, produced by Mike Taylor of His Golden Messenger, showcased Gerrard’s many talents: his captivating and eclectic songwriting; his powerful, cutting voice and instrumental mastery of rhythm guitar, banjo and old-school fiddle. Gerrard’s 2015 album Follow the Music was nominated for a Grammy. His latest release, Sing Me Back Home: The DC Tapes 1965-1969 on Free Dirt Records, won critical acclaim for its intimate insight into unreleased Hazel and Alice practice tapes.

Gerrard has appeared on over 20 recordings, including projects with many mainstream musicians such as Tommy Jarrell, Enoch Rutherford, Otis Burris, Luther Davis and Matokie Slaughter; with Tom Sauber and Brad Leftwich as Tom, Brad & Alice, with the Harmony Sisters, the Herald Angels, Beverly Smith, and with Anna Roberts-Gevalt and Elizabeth LaPrelle.

Old-Time workshops take place on Saturdays from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Earle. Workshops are $25 per person and participants can register online www.surryarts.org or rj@surryarts.org or call 336-786-7998. Through classes, presentations, workshops and performances, attendees will learn from some of the most esteemed and respected musicians in the field: Chester McMillian, Martha Spencer and Emily Spencer.

The workshops will take place in the Historic Earle Theater and will include fiddle, banjo, guitar, bass, singing and dancing – whatever participants want to learn. Martha Spencer is a singer-songwriter, mountain musician and dancer from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. She grew up in the Spencer musical family and learned to play multiple instruments (guitar, fiddle, banjo, bass, dulcimer, mandolin) and flatfoot/hooffoot at a young age. She has performed shows, festivals and led workshops across the US, Australia, UK and Europe. She just released a solo album and has been featured in articles such as Rolling Stone Country, No Depression, Wide Open Country, Cowboys & Indians Magazine, Americana Highways and PopMatters.

Emily Spencer is a certified PK-12 teacher and has taught fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin, dulcimer, and bass in schools and at Wilkes Community College and Wytheville Community College. Since childhood she has played music and started playing with the Whitetop Mountain Band in the 1970s with Thornton Spencer and continues with the band today.

Chester McMillian was born in Carroll County, Virginia to a musical family and community. He has been playing traditional Old-time Round Peak style music since he was a child. By the age of 11 or 12 he was living in Surry County and actively involved in the Round Peak music community. In 1962 Chester married into the Dix Freeman family and the two began playing a lot of music together. Chester played guitar with Tommy Jarrell for fifteen years, and he developed his guitar style specifically for playing with Tommy. He has also performed and recorded with Dix Freeman, Kirk Sutphin and Greg Hooven, with whom he founded the band Backstep.

On Saturday, the WPAQ Merry-Go-Round begins at 11 a.m. with workshop instructors and participants followed by bands including Grace ‘N Grass.

Lew Bode and Jim Vipperman will preside over the Tommy Jarrell Festival Youth Competition Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Andy Griffith Museum Theater under the Andy Griffith Museum. Categories include fiddle, clawhammer banjo, guitar, vocals, dance, and others (which includes all other instruments and bands), in two age levels: 5-12 and 13-18. Competitors will have three minutes to perform and may have an attendant, although no recorded saves are allowed. Competitors can register for the event, there is no entry fee and trophies are awarded after the competition.

The Whitetop Mountain Band will take the stage Saturday at 7 p.m. for the Tommy Jarrell Birthday Concert and Dance, hosted by Lew Bode. The Whitetop Mountain Band is a family band from the highest mountains in Virginia. Known for their high energy and charisma on stage, Whitetop Mountain Band is one of Appalachia’s most popular dance groups. They have performed at all manner of venues across the United States and abroad, including the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, National Folklife Festival, World Music Institute, Carter Family Festival, Dock Boggs Festival, Exposition universal, the Virginia Arts Festival, the Floyd Fest, the Ola Belle Reed Festival. , and Merlefest. Tickets are $10.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.surryarts.org or call the Surry Arts Council at 336-786-7998. Tickets can also be purchased at the door before each show if available. Select Tommy Jarrell Festival events are supported in part by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

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RHONJ star Teresa Giudice shows off stunning yard and waterfall at $3.4million New Jersey mansion https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/rhonj-star-teresa-giudice-shows-off-stunning-yard-and-waterfall-at-3-4million-new-jersey-mansion/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 21:04:00 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/rhonj-star-teresa-giudice-shows-off-stunning-yard-and-waterfall-at-3-4million-new-jersey-mansion/ REAL Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice showed off her gorgeous garden while sunbathing at her $3.4 million New Jersey mansion. The 50-year-old is enjoying her new pad after moving in with her fiancé, Luis Ruelas. 4 Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice flaunted her luxurious backyard at her mansion in a […]]]>

REAL Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice showed off her gorgeous garden while sunbathing at her $3.4 million New Jersey mansion.

The 50-year-old is enjoying her new pad after moving in with her fiancé, Luis Ruelas.

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Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice flaunted her luxurious backyard at her mansion in a new Instagram videoCredit: Instagram
The Bravo star filmed herself sunbathing by the pool

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The Bravo star filmed herself sunbathing by the poolCredit: Instagram/Teresa Giudice

As summer approaches, Teresa has revealed how she enjoys every sunny day.

On Sunday, she shared a video of herself sunbathing by the luxurious pool in her backyard.

With just her feet and the lower half of her legs in the photo, the RHONJ star made sure to focus primarily on the amenities of her mansion.

The large pool was bright blue, shimmering in the glare of the midday sun.

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One whole side of it was adorned with a wall of large boulders, waterfalls falling over them all and feeding directly into the main pool area.

Teresa stretched out on a lounge chair on the stone path that circled the water.

Besides the luxury swimming pool and the waterfall, it showed the beautiful landscape of the perimeter.

Trees of all different sizes and colors could be seen in the backyard, along with bright flowers and lush grass.

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In the clip, she tags her daughters Milania and Audriana, whom she shares with her ex Joe Giudice, and also tags her fiancé Luis.

Soon she shared another video, this time capturing her 16-year-old daughter as she showed off a hidden side of the pool.

“Hello Milania!” Teresa screamed as the teenager jumped down a slide near the waterfalls which took her through the rock face and into the pool.

Milania waved at her mother as she came out the other side and swam towards the lounge chairs.

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Teresa finalized her divorce from ex-husband Joe at the end of 2020, and Luis proposed to her just over a year later, in October 2021.

The reality star bought the Montville Township mansion with him in February 2021, months before they got engaged.

The residence is 7,728 square feet with seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and three powder rooms on nearly six acres of land.

The first floor houses the kitchen, dining room, living room, office, laundry room, one bedroom and a full bathroom.

The second floor has five more bedrooms, another laundry room and four more bathrooms.

The master bath features a Jacuzzi tub, large stand-up shower, dual sinks, and a gorgeous chandelier.

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The basement of Teresa’s new home is complete and includes the last bed and bath, an exercise room and a playroom.

Teresa spends a lot of time in the garden by the pool, often posting videos of her spot by the water on social media.

She bought the $3.4 mansion with future husband Luis Ruelas last year

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She bought the $3.4 mansion with future husband Luis Ruelas last yearCredit: Bravo
The couple got engaged in late 2021 after a year of dating

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The couple got engaged in late 2021 after a year of datingCredit: Alamy

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Here’s what makes Etihad Airways Residence the most expensive first-class flight https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/heres-what-makes-etihad-airways-residence-the-most-expensive-first-class-flight/ Fri, 03 Jun 2022 23:00:00 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/heres-what-makes-etihad-airways-residence-the-most-expensive-first-class-flight/ Etihad Airways Residence is one of the most luxurious experiences a human being can have. You might think that riding first class on a trip to Dubai is the lavishest thing to do if you’re someone with at least some wealth. But owning your own private jet is a closer realization for the rich and […]]]>

Etihad Airways Residence is one of the most luxurious experiences a human being can have.

You might think that riding first class on a trip to Dubai is the lavishest thing to do if you’re someone with at least some wealth. But owning your own private jet is a closer realization for the rich and famous. Just ask Jackie Chan or Michael Jordan about their personal, luxurious aircraft. But even if you’re wealthy and have the money to spend on a couple of private jets like Kenneth Copeland, you might be curious to know what it’s like to fly first class on one of the airlines. the most expensive in the world. Here are some of the features that make Etihad Airways Residence the most expensive first class flight in the world.


4 An ultra-luxurious living room experience

Considering the fact that a one-way ticket from the Big Apple New York to Dubai costs $64,000 on the Etihad Airways residence, one has to wonder what amenities are offered when traveling with the airline. However, it’s not just the plane ride that makes the experience worth the price, it’s the whole process leading up to the flight that puts them a cut above the rest, such as the private limo ride with driver to the airport who drops you off and picks you up in luxury style. It’s a real VIP celebrity treatment. We also know that Dubai and Abu Dhabi of the United Arab Emirates are among the most popular and expensive countries in the world due to their oil supply and unique architecture.

As part of their unique architecture, their hotels are also very famous, which is why they attract names such as the controversial Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan and rappers Wiz Khalifa and Gucci Mane. The Etihad Lounge is no different, in that it welcomes the traveler with an elegant dining and relaxation experience before boarding the flight. A variety of dishes from five-star restaurants are also available in case anyone gets peckish before the flight. Only first-class ticket holders are allowed to dine in the Royal Lounge as part of the package, but economy-class travelers can also dine for a $180 fee, according to Travel Radar.

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3 Heaven in the air

The relaxing experience before take-off is only the beginning of the exceptional experience that one must live. Granted, no matter how many American Airlines Advantage points you accumulate, it won’t even come close to what Etihad Airways expected. For starters, how many airlines do you know that have a private butler available for every passenger on the flight. Think of it like having your own comic Rob Schneider from Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Always at your service! You can be sure he’ll be expecting more than a stick of Winterfresh as a tip.

Plus, you can expect to be served gourmet food on board the Etihad Residence, nothing like the normal airplane food you’re used to. These elegant plates can be compared to Robert Dinero’s Nobu restaurant quality food, such as eggs and caviar, king prawns with chili, a mixture of different types of mixed meats or vegetable soup served with a bottle of Dom Pérignon. or Krug. Could life get better hundreds of thousands of feet in the air? Of your choice, you can even have breakfast in bed.

You basically have your own apartment on the Middle East website, complete with a pull-out sofa, recliner, vanity mirror and amenity kit. Even if you’re not there yet, flying on the expensive Etihad Residence will make you feel like you’re among the top millionaires in the world.


2 The feel of royalty on an airplane

Just like with other airlines, there are different classes that you pay money for, such as first class and economy class. First class offers the most perks, of course, such as free pajamas and the ability to use one of two bathrooms for First Class apartment passengers. After eating and showering, one of the lucky passengers en route to iconic Abu Dhabi can spend time in the entertainment system, which includes a 24-inch LCD TV with a touchscreen remote, according to Top Miles . The touchscreen remote also plays videos, so you can choose to watch either screen.

The Etihad Residence is really like a mini-apartment, equipped with a living room, an en-suite bathroom and a private bedroom. Much like a Four Seasons Las Vegas hotel, there is also a full double bed in addition to what was previously mentioned. It won’t hurt to add that the gold elements that adorn most buildings and streets in Dubai and Abu Dhabi are also used in the fixtures and geometry of the aircraft’s interior. From the Fulk Al Salamah superyacht to Etihad Airways, it’s clear that people in the Dubai area have a thirst for luxury that’s not even matched by their American counterparts. $64,000 may be some people’s entire house mortgage, but for the rich and famous, spending that on a single flight to Abu Dhabi may be worth it!

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Sources: Travel Radar, Top Miles, Fortune


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Nitro Circus comes to Michiana to perform their new tour at Four Winds Field https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/nitro-circus-comes-to-michiana-to-perform-their-new-tour-at-four-winds-field/ Wed, 01 Jun 2022 23:53:00 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/nitro-circus-comes-to-michiana-to-perform-their-new-tour-at-four-winds-field/ SOUTH BEND, Indiana — Nitro Circus is set to spin Michiana on their new “Good, Bad, & Rad” tour, which kicks off at Four Winds Field. Not your typical event taking place at Four Winds Field. There won’t be pinstriped players, but rather high-flying entertainment doing daring stunts. “I just can’t wait to throw it,” […]]]>

SOUTH BEND, Indiana — Nitro Circus is set to spin Michiana on their new “Good, Bad, & Rad” tour, which kicks off at Four Winds Field.

Not your typical event taking place at Four Winds Field.

There won’t be pinstriped players, but rather high-flying entertainment doing daring stunts.

“I just can’t wait to throw it,” said four-time X-Games champion Ryan Williams.

Williams is one of many stars on the new tour, with tricks that are hard to imagine.

“If you look around you might see a lounge chair, put wheels on it and we’ll jump 40 feet, that’s basically how it works,” Williams said.

The Nitro Circus team brings a brand new show to Four Winds Field and presents it for the first time.

“We have barriers that you don’t have anywhere else in the world,” Williams said.

“Just new stuff. There’s always new stuff coming out with guys progressing at a pretty fast pace,” added roller bladder professional Chris Haffey.

Performers say you might even see tricks they’ve never performed before, it just depends on how comfortable they are before takeoff.

“Even though we’re sure of what we’re doing, there’s always that little bit of nerve,” Haffey said.

“I’m a little nervous for the show tomorrow, but I’m sure it’s going to be good here in South Bend. I’m so excited,” added Williams.

The event will take place Thursday at 7 p.m.

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Reebok Classic Leather x Eames Office come together for a third collaboration https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/reebok-classic-leather-x-eames-office-come-together-for-a-third-collaboration/ Tue, 31 May 2022 09:09:50 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/reebok-classic-leather-x-eames-office-come-together-for-a-third-collaboration/ Reebok and Eames Office have joined forces for a third collaborative collection. this time, the third release will spotlight the Reebok Classic Leather, which will feature designs inspired by three iconic Mr. and Mrs. Eames designs. The first of the drawings is a playful nod to coloring toy, a children’s coloring book first released in […]]]>

Reebok and Eames Office have joined forces for a third collaborative collection. this time, the third release will spotlight the Reebok Classic Leather, which will feature designs inspired by three iconic Mr. and Mrs. Eames designs.

The first of the drawings is a playful nod to coloring toy, a children’s coloring book first released in 1955. The coloring book is best known for its toy silhouettes and its ingenious combination of construction, whimsical shapes, coloring and imagination. Various die-cut shapes ranging from castle walls to dolls and animals have been included and are printed onto the classic leather. Like the coloring book, fans can fill in and customize the geometric outline as they wish.

The second pair, the “Rosewood”, is inspired by the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman from 1956. The shoe mimics the piece of furniture, fully dressed in an all-wood print. Finally, the “Elephant Pack” pays homage to the Eames Elephant Stool which is constructed from plywood and resembles that of the majestic animal. The elephant’s face and its silhouette are represented on the shoe and seen as a flap that covers the laces. The “Elephant Pack” comes in three colorways, Ice Grey, Poppy Red and Dark Lime.

The classic leather shoe “The Coloring Toy” arrives on June 3, while the “Rosewood” releases on June 10 and the three colors of the “Elephant Pack” on June 24. The Reebok x Eames Classic Leather collection will be available online at the Reebok store for around US$150.

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Memorial Day Sales 2022: Outdoor Patio Furniture Deals Online Right Now https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/memorial-day-sales-2022-outdoor-patio-furniture-deals-online-right-now/ Thu, 26 May 2022 23:05:00 +0000 https://fuzerestaurantandlounge.com/memorial-day-sales-2022-outdoor-patio-furniture-deals-online-right-now/ Memorial Day 2022 — the unofficial start of summer — arrives on May 30. Just before the holiday celebrations begin, major retailers like Amazon, Walmart and Wayfair kick off their annual Memorial Day sales. Sale events offer massive discounts on all types of high-end products, including furniture, apparel, and tech. Many shoppers are also looking […]]]>

Memorial Day 2022 — the unofficial start of summer — arrives on May 30.

Just before the holiday celebrations begin, major retailers like Amazon, Walmart and Wayfair kick off their annual Memorial Day sales.

Sale events offer massive discounts on all types of high-end products, including furniture, apparel, and tech.

Many shoppers are also looking for the best deals on outdoor patio furniture for the summer.

Here are some of the best outdoor furniture deals online right now for Memorial Day 2022:

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  • Wayfair: Sol 72 Outdoor Tegan Wicker/Rattan Seating set for 7 people with cushions for $3,700, down from $7,323
  • Kohls: Safavieh Fontana Indoor/Outdoor Loveseat, Chair and Coffee Table 4-Piece Set (Beige Ruby Stripe) for $1,044, down from $1,160
  • Amazon: Mod Furniture Blake 4-piece set for $1,361, down from $1,729
  • Macy’s: Agio Charleston exterior 5 rooms. Discussion set (1 fireplace and 4 rocking chairs) for $3,089, instead of $6,355
  • walmart: Yaheetech 4-piece conversation set for $160, down from $367
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Martha Stewart Outdoor Lounge Chair

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If you’re looking for deals on other products, like tech, home furnishings, and handbags, you can check out even more Memorial Day sale events here.

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