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  • Descriptive Essay: The County Fair

    The county fair is the most exciting event that takes place all year in a small town. Families, friends, and couples all go to the VFW fairgrounds and join in the fun. There are plenty of exhilarating activities to keep thrill seekers and seniors alike busy and happy. I have very distinct memories of the fair and I have always found it to be a lot of fun. The arrival of a new season, electrifying rides, and delicious foods are all significant parts of what makes the fair so exciting and…

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  • Maple Ridge Research Paper

    everyone. Some of the more unique festivals are the Caribbean Street Festival and the Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows Country Fest. The Caribbean Street Festival is one of Maple Ridge’s most popular annual events. In July for two days, the streets of downtown Maple Ridge and Memorial Park come alive with a host of Caribbean culture. From live reggae and island music to Caribbean food stalls and street vendors; there is so much to see and do. This family friendly festival is a great way to become…

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  • Cultural Vibrancy Essay

    Culture is the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular society, group, place, or time based on the Merriam-Webster. There are a lot of examples of culture based on the video clip. Culture is the festivals, events, dinning art scene, stories and customs, history, cool architecture, creative talents, public art, and outdoor places like park, farms and outdoor fountain, they are all part of the culture all of these things create activity and buzz. There are also a positive energy that is…

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  • The Woodstock Music Festival In 1969

    Thesis Statement: The Woodstock music festival in 1969 had made a mark in America history about sex, drugs, and the impressed amounts of people who came to the event as well as the debt the creators got afterwards in three days. Time went by, an other big music festival was born in 1999 and named Coachella which is about live music of famous bands and artworks. People nowadays still affirm that Coachella is an event that was original from Woodstock and represents the same values. However, some…

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  • 20th Century Music

    Victor Hugo once said, “Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent” (Hugo). Music is not simply an art form, for music can be seen as a basic function in human existence, providing the necessities needed to survive (Yagelski & Miller). For instance, music is recommended to promote quality health and entertainment. According to Brenda Griffin, music is truly remarkable in that it unites all people; when one listens to music, he or she shares a connection…

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  • Music And Hearing Loss

    The article states that music festivals provide an environment for people to be who they want to be and are able to break out of their shell. The main claim in the article, The benefits of self-selected music on health and well-being by Kari Bjerke Batt-Rawden, an Associate Professor of…

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  • Compare And Contrast Coachella And The Hangout

    Coachella and The Hangout festival are two of the most popular music festivals in the United States. The two festivals happen annually in the spring and the immense crowds they draw out are from all over the world. The two festivals have their variances, but overall, they are more similar than one may realize. Despite the two festivals being held in different months and several states apart they remain alike in quite a few ways. Coachella and The Hangout do have some minor variations and this…

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  • The Shaw Festival Alice In Wonderland Analysis

    The Shaw Festival and Alice in Wonderland The Shaw Experience: An Analysis The History of Shaw: The Shaw Festival, created in 1962, is a defining attribute of the Canadian theatre scene. Founded by Torontonian lawyer Brian Doherty, a mere twelve years following the death of the festival’s name sake, George Bernard Shaw, the festival started as what Doherty referred to as “something (they) believe in” (Henkin). Snowballing faster, the originally small courthouse performance troupe grew into a…

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  • The Bellamy Brothers-Old Hippie Counterculture

    Many people find themselves misinformed regarding what exactly happened to the hippies of the late 60’s and 70’s. The belief that the psyconautical, tie-dye sporting, van-driving, happy-go-lucky counterculture has hence been disbanded is a common misconception. All that has occurred is the divergent evolution of a community. More clearly, for the predecessor breed, some did stay loyal to the soft, spacey, feel-good rock of the era like “The Grateful Dead,” and Jimi Hendrix. Then with the turn…

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  • Drug Abuse At Australian Music Festivals

    drug abuse at Australian music festivals is educating the music festival volunteers/staff members as well as the attendees on the different types of drugs that is out there, how to properly consume it and its effect on the human body. Major organizations that aid in providing public health include the environmental health practitioners (EHP), local government authorities (LGA) as well as volunteer organizations which provide volunteering staff members at music festivals. Their aim is providing…

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