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Washington Dc Entertainment

Does washington DC have an Entertainment or Shopping district, similar to Times Square in NY or Union Square in SF or Rodeo Drive in LA? That really determines my trip, if I go there or New York. Well, I have your answer right here. DC doesn’t have one glittery, central shopping area with gigantic stores like in Times Square. It has a strip of high end shops – Dior, LV, Tiffany’s, Saks – in Friendship Heights/Chevy Chase. There’s Georgetown which is slightly lower end chain stores – like Gant, J Crew, Nike, and Lacoste. There’s a strip of vintage shops, small boutiques, and furniture stores around 14th and U Streets NW. And there’s the Chinatown and Metro Center area which has “fast fashion” type shops like Forever 21, H&M, Zara, and Urban Outfitters. If the number one priority on your trip is shopping then DC probably doesn’t offer anything spectacular compared to NYC. Most people come to DC for the history, culture, and civic education that you can’t get elsewhere.

Entertainment Agencies

Hi, does anybody know of any talent agencies based in Seoul or Korea in general; agencies that deal with working in Commericals etc rather then as a singer. I only know of singing agencies such as SM and JYP; but would like to go to Seoul and join up to work in CF’s. And act. Thanks . And so today I found out that… There’s a bunch of talent agencies: YG Entertainment (Koo Hye Sun, Heo Yi Jae, etc. ) J. Tune Entertainment (Lee Da Hee, etc) ISTAR (Lee Dong Gun, Kwon Sang Woo, etc. ) Eden 9 Talent Agency (Won Bin, etc. ) Yedang Entertainment (Han Ji Hye, Kim Ha Heul, etc. ) Namoo Actors (Moon Geun Yong, Kim Tae Hee, etc. ) Jump Entertainment (Lee Dong Wook, etc. ) F&C Music (Lee Jae Jin, etc. ) Sidus Entertainment (Kim Jung Hwa, Sung Yu Ri, Ji Jin Hee, Song Hye Kyo, Jang Hyuk, etc. ) Mentor Entertainment (Lee Joon Ki, Park Chae Kyung, etc. ) Barunson Entertainment (Son Yeh Jin, Park Sang Wook, etc. ) Boundaries of Forest (So Ji Sub, Bae Yong Jun, Park Ye Jin, etc. ) EYAGI Entertainment (Kim Bum, etc. ) 2step Entertainment (Kim Joon, etc. ) The Men Management (I’m Ju Hwan, Lee Min Ki, etc. ) Olive 9 Entertainment (Choi Ji Woo, Hwang Soo-jung, Chae Rim, etc. ) BS Entertainment (Kim Ji Ho, etc. ) Kraze Entertainment (Yoon Eun Hye, etc. ) Maruon Entertainment (Han Ye Seul, etc. ) and more And of course I only name any of the actors/actresses that belong to the companies. But any of the companies also have artists (singers) too like YG Entertainment, F&C Music, Sidus Entertainment, J. Tune Entertainment, 2step Entertainment, etc. Hope this helps a bit.

Obsidian Entertainment

Well im just wondering I love fallout new vegas. It was pretty fun but,the dlcs sucked and theres no point in what you do in the game cause theres no “broken steel” type dlc. The main game was alright but other than that it sucked. I still play it to this day and hope it will turn around. I just want to know has obsidian said anything about its failure. And has bethesda entertainment said anything about obsidians failure ?. again the game would of been a lot better if it were more like fallout 3 and its dlcs. Fallout 3 dlcs were long engaging. Entertainment at its best. Fallout new vegas was like bying a bootleg movie. Basically… The CEO of Obsidian is disappointed of how glitchy New Vegas was at launch, but otherwise, Obsidian feels proud of what it made. Obsidian actually feels more disappointed at the failure of their last game, Alpha Protocol, than New Vegas. Surprisingly, many fans feel this is the “true” Fallout 3. That is because: 1) Much of the staff from Obsidian were from Black Isle Studios, the original developers of the first two Fallout games 2) The storyline from New Vegas is very similar to Black Isle’s cancelled Fallout 3 project, codenamed Van Buren About New Vegas having a Broken Steel-esque DLC, the senior designer revealed that the game will always end at the Hoover Dam, and they won’t extend past the main story

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The Entertainers

For example sales of Patsy Cline and Hank Williams records distributed and do their heirs get it or the record companies or is there any specific laws governing such things. Today I found out that… The entertainer is usually set up as a corporation before their death. After their death, the corporation continues on, garnering income from any sources which the artist would have, such as records, royalties, name endorsements, etc. It has already been noted that Elvis Presley has made more money after his death than before, the Presley Estate getting most of the income as an entity in itself. Their ESTATE, however is usually a different entity entirely. When an entertainer dies, they have their own personal wealth (money, investments, etc) which is left to the beneficiaries of their will. This is separate from the income of the corporation since the corporation is a separate entity from the Entertainer. One is an individual, the other is a company.

Entertainment Online Coupons

I’m a father living in Toronto looking to take my kids out for something fun this long weekend. I would like to do it as cheaply as possible does anyone know of some good coupons for taking my family out to some cheaper entertainment places. I think I found an answer. Excellent question. I have found in the past that’s one of the best things I could invest I was a copy of the Funclips coupon book. The Toronto edition cost me only $25 and included the tax. It has in it coupons for free passes to Reptilia (what kid doesn’t love huge snakes?), 2-for-1 laps at the Innisfil Indy Go-Karts, 2-for-1 laser tag, rock climbing and go carts at the NASCAR speed Park in Vaughan, The Wave Pool in Richmond Hill (perfect for and a cooling off on hot summer days). If your kids are really into adventure you can try out the Wasaga Beach Paintball Adventure at 50% off. Even if you don’t leave the house there’s even a free movie rental coupon for video flicks. There’s plenty of restaurant coupons as well like a free kiddie meal at Lick’s Homeburger & Ice Cream. There’s plenty of restaurant coupons there if you want to have a date night with your wife as well at some nice places like Mighty Ducks, Fionn MacCools and Fox and fiddle. I got about $200 worth of value out of my coupon book so it was well worth it for me. you can buy your copy of Funclips coupon book online so you don’t have to leave the house with your kids to buy it.

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Entertainment Washington Dc

I’ve never really been on a trip. I would like to plan a trip to New York City. Washington, DC is on the way to NYC so I should stop there too. So I want to drive from my place to Washington, DC (7 hours) and from DC to NYC (4 hours). I want to drive to DC, spend half a day there sightseeing. Then get a hotel in DC. Then wake up the next day and drive to NYC. Since I’ve never been on a trip, what should I consider for expenses? My list includes: – gas cost to drive to DC and then to NYC. – gas cost on the return trip. – gas cost while in DC and NYC. – hotel cost – food – entertainment (broadway show, etc. ) What else should be on the list. I think I found an answer. My family and I just went to DC a few weeks ago and half a day is not a lot of time for sightseeing there. If that is truly all the time you have for DC make sure to do research and make a list of all the places you really want to go. Also, a lot of places only have a certain amount of tickets for each day so if you do not get there early, chance are, you won’t be able to visit that particular place. A good way to get around in DC is the metro. We bought a day pass which is WELL worth the money. . For our family of 4 it was roughtly $35. 00 a day. Other ways to get around is doing a trolly tour those are always fun because you hear a lot about the places you are passing even if you do not actually stop there. Food is expensive in both cities but it is not that much more. Just depends on what you want to eat. A good way to save on a hotel is to go to hotwire. Com my family and I use that site all the time and we have ALWAYS had great rooms. One time when we went to DC we stayed in China Town right down the street from the Verizon center it was so nice but we did not expect to have to pay for parking at the hotel so that may be something you want to check into. Which is another thing to consider. . Parking. In DC we paid on average $20 for all day. We’ve been to NYC but pretty much everything seems to be in walking distance. You seem to be on the right track with your list. Just make a daily budget and try to stick to it. Have a great time.

San Francisco Entertainment

. Basically… The whole City is one big Amusement park. There is something for everyone. All of your senses will be stimulated. When you come, be prepared. Someone once asked Mark Twain – where was the coldest winter he ever spent. He said – one summer in San Francisco. Explanation: If you are dressed for 30 degrees and it’s 30 degrees, you are prepared. But, if you are dressed for 80 degrees and it is 50 degrees, you are not prepared. By the way, mid August ’til late September is usually our best weather. Oh, and I must tell you – “If you’re coming to San Francisco, don’t forget to wear a flower in your hair. ” This applies to women and men, old and young, gay and straight. HAVE FUN.

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Latest Gossip Online

I just thought it would be fun to see what people are talking about around the country and whatnot. Lol. Heres mine: heres the latest highschool news: nicole got ANOTHER coach purse, its like at least her 8th one. Most of the 9th graders would agree that the history and science mid-terms were the hardest. That kid that wears headphones all the time in the halls crashed his car in the ditch right by the school. Theres a party at kats house- go there if you want some. . Sylvia folmer is now officially the most hated junior. And the “amazing 8” are sitting together at lunch again. Jen has taken on rachels way of walking (chest in the air). Ive got the cutest uggs ive seen yet, but gabbys are my second fav. Haha. I was happy to learn… The latest at my school is that Ashley’s big brother Ron, his girlfriend’s Mom’s Sister Lisa told her husband Tony that she is gay and having an affair with Terry and that’s Terry with a Y not an I. Can you just believe that?

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Free Entertainment

We’re spending 1 week in San Fran for our anniversary in March. Most the money we were planning on using there is now going to our new home downpayment. (I know, great timing, right?)The trip’s been planned for so long, and our hotel and transportation are free, so we definitely still want to go. I know we can easily spend a day or so running around China Town and the Height/Ashbury area. What are some other cheap/free things we can do in/around San Fran. What I found out was – *Haight, pronounced like “hate” And yeah, there’s lots of free stuff. Most of the parks are free, obviously. Land’s End is gorgeous. If you go at low tide and hike down the cliff, there’s a tidepool with starfish, crabs, etc. . Very lovely. The Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park is free 1 hour before closing. It’s a top tourist destination, so if you get there right before they close, you can do it for free. Golden Gate Park, The Presidio, Mountain Lake Park, Fort Funston, etc. . In general are really great, and free to explore. In the Presidio, you can go from walking along cliffs overlooking the Bay, to dense forest, to old ruins of military bunkers, to old military housing recently renovated in a period of a half hour walk. Many museums are free on certain days and/or after around 5pm. The de Young, Legion of Honor, SFMOMA, The Exploratorium (which is an interactive science museum, where you can *play with* the exhibits. . Designed for kids, frequently by teens and 20-somethings who like playing with the tornado maker, heat photographs, etc. . ), etc. . Most have such a set-up which you can look into. The days that aren’t free aren’t *too* expensive. The Haight has lots of little shops. . Some touristy and overtly nostalgic (ie: love beads and giant posters of Jim Morrison), but many of the stores just have some weird/quirky things, and even the clothing stores have lots of rad clothing, some very elaborate and costumy, and even if you don’t buy, you can essentially play dress-up. If you hang out with/talk to the drifters at Stanyan and Haight, they’ll often be nice and give you free pot, if that’s your thing. The Mission is also great, has lots of great clothing stores, etc. . 826 Valencia is a McSweeny’s bookstore that’s also a children’s reading charity with their own publications (many written by the kids themselves. . Really cute.) and it’s decorated like a pirate ship. Also, esp. Along Mission St, there are lots of very Hispanic stores, with religious icons, prayer candles and oils, etc. . Very interesting. The Castro is really gay, and absolutely fascinating. There’s also this rad store at like 19th (or 18th?) between Castro and Hartford streets that is all tribal stuff. . Masks, icons, lamps, etc. . And is surprisingly wonderful to look through. The Richmond has various parts. . Along Clement from around Arguello to Funston is very Asian (mostly Chinese), and has lots of *interesting* things. Along Geary from around Funston to 25th is very Russian. . Lots of really cheap Russian markets (I once bought an Oasis CD, a giant box of chocolate covered apricots imported from Ukraine, and a picture/poetry book a la Alexander Pushkin for $10. . At Europa). Also a couple cute shops with babushka dolls, Orthodox icons, etc. . Such as Regina. And an Orthodox cathedral which is gorgeous. North Beach is rad. . It was the hub of the Beat movement, and also the Italian neighborhood of the city. City Lights bookstore is landmark of the Beat era, as is Caffe Trieste (the original one at Vallejo St, which is still frequented by old jazz man selling self-published copies of their poetry for $1). Many great restaurants, most not cheap, though. Also, Pete & Paul church (Catholic) is one of the prettiest in the entire city, and even has little catacomb-like “secret” rooms that are GORGEOUS… Actually, most churches are open to the public to explore anytime they’re open (usually normal business hours). It’s a big city, so they’re totally desensitized, so they don’t try to convert you. . Everyone’s welcome to come and go, just to look around, and hopefully spare some change for a donation. Musee Mechanique at Pier 45 at Fisherman’s Wharf is great. . Old arcade games, models, fortune tellers, etc. . From the 19th century through around the 1980s. Most work and can can be played. . A cheap excursion. . Can be expensive if you get addicted. The Sealions are Pier 39 are also great. If you go after around 11pm, no one else is out, and you get them all to yourself. Also, there’s the occasional sealion hanging out throughout the docks/by the fishing boats. If you don’t eat at a restaurant and just grab some food at a vendor (cheaper), you can walk out onto the docks away from everyone else and share the meal with a sealion, who will surely be very appreciative and vocal and about his/her appreciation. Lots else to explore. Definitely a lot to do for free. . Trust me. . I have practice =( Outside of the city. . Oakland and Berkeley there’s a lot to explore, and they’re accessible via BART (which is fairly cheap). If you go along the coast. . If you have a car, West Marin is lovely. Muir Beach, Bolinas, Point Reyes, etc. . So, are all gorgeous and worth checking out. From tiny but cosmopolitan quasi-hippie towns to national forest to big beaches nestled in hills to tiny beaches you have to hike down cliffs to get to. Also, Petaluma is adorable. . Quaint, but cosmopolitan, and one of the few towns in the area that was built before 1906 and survived the 1906 earthquake. . So lots of Victorian buildings, built along a river in very European fashion. South, Pacifica and Half Moon Bay are gorgeous. Great coastline, very pretty. Half Moon Bay is more populated, and has more of a cohesive town center. Also, if you take 92 away from HMB, you’ll pass this rad place with giant metal sculptures of dinosaurs. And Ano Nuevo beach, a little south, has dozens (and sometimes hundred) of sealions who come onto the beach to sunbathe daily. . So you’re literally stepping over sealions. It’s great.

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Home Entertainment Systems

I want to get a home entertainment center but dont want to spend a lot of money. What brand do you recommend. What I found out was – Hi there . Home entertainment centres come in all shapes and sizes in varying degrees of quality and huge differences in prices. So how much are you prepared to spend . What size is your room. Do you want surround sound or stereo. Do you want the sound to be part of an Audio /Video centre. Will you be watching HI DEF. TV. Or will you get a Projector and Screen. As you can see there is a lot of parameters to consider. I would be only guessing what would interest you so a bit more info. Would make it easy to recommend something. Thanks.

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Jobs In Entertainment

I love all kinds of entertainment but I only work in a retail store and 2 years before I can get my B. A. In Sociology. I could work in a comic store but what are ways I can earn money? I go to few autograph signings and I don’t know if I can sell my picture. Basically… Temporary Entertainment Positions: One of the fastest ways to get the experience you need is to sign up with a “temp agency. ” Temp agencies will place you in a wide variety of positions within the entertainment industry. Most of these positions are administrative positions such as working as someone’s assistant for a few days or weeks. At first glance these jobs might not seem all that glamorous. But it’s often the perfect way to get yourself on a studio lot. You’ll meet a number of potentially influential people, and you’ll be in the perfect position to find out what else might be available that matches a bit more with your career goals. Make sure that when you seek out a temp agency, you find out whether or not they specialize in working with entertainment and/or media companies. You can find out which temp agencies each major studio or network uses by contacting their human resources departments and simply asking the first person that picks up the phone. Internships in Entertainment: Most of the major networks and studios offer up a wide variety of internship programs. You don’t necessarily need to be in college to take advantage of them either. These programs are in a wide variety of fields from writing and directing to programming and development. If you are a minority then you might look to see what minority specific programs each company might offer. You might be pleasantly surprised by the number of opportunities that you can qualify for. To find out about these programs, simply visit the various corporate websites and under their “jobs” sections you will find a list of available internship programs. Volunteering: One of the easiest ways to get a bit of experience is to offer to work for free. Almost everyone in the entertainment biz could use an extra pair of hands and if you can afford to forego a paycheck for a bit you’ll be greatly surprised by what you can find. For example, if you live in Los Angeles or New York chances are you have driven past a few movie sets. Next time, park your car and walk up to someone on the set and ask if there are any departments that they know of that could use a little free labor. From the camera department to the make up department most movie sets are often shorthanded and more than likely, you’ll sign a waiver and be working the same day.

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Entertainment Contracts

I’m confused. I heard that all of the SHINee members have a 5 or 6 yr contract, while somewhere else, I heard that Taemin and Key have the slave contracts (13 years) and the rest have 5 or6. Which one is right? Also, If their contract ends, will SHINee be no more? Will Jonghyun, Minho and Onew end, and Key and Taemin stay? What? Any explainations are welcome. Thank you. Do you know what I found? I’m pretty sure they all have the same length contract (5-6 years) && when they end. the probably will not split up. They will most likely renew their contract IF they are still going strong. Like Big Bang recently renewed theirs, ’cause their 5 yr contract had ended/was ending. But like. if SHINee somehow just aren’t popular anymore when the time comes then SM most likely won’t sign a new contract with them ’cause they wouldn’t bring them any profit. But they don’t split contract lengths within the members like that usually; ’cause it’s very disrupting for the goup & company alike & It would make it hard for a clean retirement when the group does finally break up. ♥

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