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    crowds are preoccupied with their destinations, the socialization with their friends whether it be on the phone or in person, and within themselves to even see two girls observing their actions. When realizing that the gym is merely a passing place for the busy, it goes without saying that various sounds linger with these people. Sitting on the concrete bench, the loud, buzzing, engines of the golf carts are audible even as they drive off into the distance as it becomes a faint hum. If it isn’t the purring of the engines of the different vehicles that pass by or the crackling sound the tires make as they drive across the street, we hear the interactions people have, whether it be with music or people. The classic rock music of Creedence Clearwater Revival is blasted from someone’s car stereo, as another’s rap music is muffled by their closed windows. Then you have the conversations that go on. Foreign languages couldn’t mask the friendliness and informal tone a group had while they were driving a golf cart headed for the hill laughing. Other conversations consist of post workout talk from those exiting the gym, while those walking off the football field converse in winded voices. Though discussions occur, two people don’t necessarily have to be present, physically at least. Phones play a significant factor in connecting to other people, so it comes as no surprise to hear a vehement discussion transpire between a girl and an unknown person while she makes her way to the main…

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    The first example of this is from the Great Depression when the Bonus Expeditionary Army assembled and camped in front of the U.S. capitol in Washington, D.C. asking for an early repayment for their services in WWI under the World War Adjusted Compensation Act. Faced with the harsh reality during the Great Depression, these WWI veterans desperately needed their money and resorted to a protest. A second example is during the Vietnam War when the counterculture of the 1960s began. Many Americans…

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    He wrote some of the first popular anti-war songs of that era, songs like Blowin’ In The Wind and Masters of War in 1962. Some protest songs fit into different categories, songs like Say It Loud: I’m Black and I’m Proud (that’s chorus was sang by multiracial children,) and A Change Is Gonna Come were based off and protested against racism and were important during the Civil Rights Movement of the sixties. Another category was women’s rights with songs like the hit by Aretha Franklin, Respect.…

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    1960s Musical Style

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    (1970–1978), Gordon John Edwards – keyboards (1978; died 2002), Ian Gibbons – keyboards (1979–1989, 1993–1996), Mark Haley – keyboards (1989–1993). Their music was influenced by a wide range of genres, including rhythm and blues, British music hall, folk and country. The Kinks had many hits including, “You Really Got Me”, “Sunny Afternoon” , “Lola” and many others. Historical Background (Human and Technical) The Vietnam War Beginning in 1950, American military advisors arrived in what was then…

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    Held at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, was the first annual ACM Party for A Cause music festival. The two-three-day music festival is an outdoor charitable music event, that leads up to one of country’s largest music award shows. The Academy of Country Music awards. Party for A Cause is a charitable event that raises awareness and funds for a variety of charities. The festival includes, live music from top country artists, food trucks, and fan interactive experiences. Most importantly, the…

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    A wide open field in upstate New York turns into the hotspot of the country in 1969. Same event 30 years later, in an abandoned airport terminal, turns into a horror story, all over national news. This event; Woodstock. The ideas behind the original hippie concert were destroyed after the 1999 anniverary concert, but never forgotten. The 1969 Woodstock had a much deeper value to the world than other anniversary concerts. In 1969, the idea of Woodstock came about as an idea of creating a music…

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    Legal Name and Form Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is a premier 3-day music festival, which occurs once a year in April. It is held by the AEG-owned concert promoter, Goldenvoice. (Martens & Pham, 2012) History Paul Tollett (head of Goldenvoice) held the first Coachella event in October of 1999. He is famous for saying “For Southern California, this could be the start of something really special.” (Staff, 2015). Paul was right, but it was not an easy journey to the top. The first…

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    First Christian Church

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    The design of the structure was general but has 196-foot steeple which was the highest building in the nation for more than half-century until 1810. Churches in the 19th century achieved compatibility with highly artistic designs and sophisticated functionality. St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan Island is one of the best known 19th century’s gothic style churches completed in 1879. The building employs the gothic revival style which literally sought the revival of medieval gothic design…

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    According to Women in Scripture, “Although these versus are not missing in any New Testament manuscripts, v. 34 and 35 are found after v. 40 in several bilingual Greek/Latin manuscripts.” Consequently, there is ongoing debate about whether Paul wrote these versus or not and these judgements will continue to be discussed in Christian communities to this day. There are numerous issues as evident that Paul’s argument about women’s coiffure in Church, which is ambiguous and two-sided. As a result,…

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    Cecil Robeck’s The Azusa Street Mission and Revival offers the response of on African American church to the social and religious segregation we learned from last weeks reading of Methodists and the Crucible of Race. As a licensed Nazarene pastor, I enjoyed that we were also given a reading that revealed the Holiness movement’s response to the dark times of segregation in our country. In The Azusa Street Mission and Revival Cecil Robeck’s explains that the worship practices of the black church…

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