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2023.06.09 04:32 Metal_Florida test post

Please note that the ticket links are usually for general admission; for VIP tickets, if available, you may have to go to the band's website.
Friday, Jun 9, 2023
Grass is Dead, The Coppertones Underbelly - Jacksonville
Saturday, Jun 10, 2023
Halo Scars, Mind Virus, Cypher Machine, Re-Birth Brass Mug - Tampa
Maul, Tombstoner, Plasmodulated Conduit - Winter Park
Downswing, Falsifier, Bottomfeeders Manna Tea & Kava Bar - Sarasota
Sunday, Jun 11, 2023
My Children My Bride, Extortionist, No Cure Conduit - Winter Park
Bury Your Dead, Thirst, Edict Tipsy Tiki - Fort Pierce
Monday, Jun 12, 2023
Maul, Tombstoner Brass Mug - Tampa
Spotlights, Skyliner, The Darling Fire Jack Rabbits - Jacksonville
Tuesday, Jun 13, 2023
Halocene, Lauren Babic, Alphamega Hooch & Hive - Tampa
Wednesday, Jun 14, 2023
Drain, Drug Church, Magnitude, Gel Brass Mug - Tampa
Halocene, Lauren Babic, Alphamega Level 13 - Orlando
The Convalescence, Summoner's Circle Jack Rabbits - Jacksonville
pulses., With Sails Ahead, I Met A Yeti Will's Pub - Orlando
Thursday, Jun 15, 2023
Halocene, Lauren Babic, Alphamega Jack Rabbits - Jacksonville
Friday, Jun 16, 2023
Roxx, Re-Birth, Cyber Machine, Haloscars Conduit - Winter Park
Hollow Leg, Clamfight, Moat Cobra Will's Pub - Orlando
Every Avenue, Makeout, Say We Can Fly Orpheum - Tampa
Saturday, Jun 17, 2023
Crossbreed, Cultus Black, Cypher machine, Davey Partain Orpheum - Tampa
Defy the Tyrant, Losing Daylight, Shadow the Earth Kona Skate Park - Jacksonville
Breed, Gillian Carter, Audible Parts Will's Pub - Orlando
Sunday, Jun 18, 2023
Crossbreed, Cultus Black, NoSelf, The Dev Level 13 - Orlando
Bodybox, No Zodiac, High Pressure Conduit - Winter Park
Dikembe, Camp Trash, Glazed Will's Pub - Orlando
Wednesday, Jun 21, 2023
Dream Theater, Devin Townsend, Animals As Leaders Ruth Eckerd Hall - Clearwater
Thursday, Jun 22, 2023
Garbage, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Metric MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
Friday, Jun 23, 2023
Dream Theater, Devin Townsend, Animals As Leaders Hard Rock Live - Orlando
Saturday, Jun 24, 2023
Misfits, Megadeth, Fear MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheater - Tampa
Intoxicated, Vacuous Depths, Ebullition Conduit - Winter Park
black midi, YHWH Nailgun Orpheum - Tampa
Sunday, Jun 25, 2023
No/Mas, Knoll, Shock Conduit - Winter Park
Monday, June 26, 2023
We Are the Union, Kill Lincoln, Catbite The Social - Orlando
No/Mas, Knoll Orpheum - Tampa
Tuesday, Jun 27, 2023
Yungblud, The Regrettes, Caspr Jannus - St. Petersburg
Wednesday, Jun 28, 2023
D.R.I., Metalriser Underbelly - Jacksonville
Peter Frampton St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Thursday, Jun 29, 2023
The Cure Amalie Arena - Tampa
D.R.I., Metalriser Will's Pub - Orlando
Saturday, Jul 1, 2023
D.R.I., Metalriser Brass Mug - Tampa
Liliac, Fortune Child The Twisted Fork - Port Charlotte
Sunday, Jul 2, 2023
Godflesh Conduit - Winter Park
Thursday, Jul 6, 2023
Sad Summer Festival Daily's Place Amphitheatre - Jacksonville
Friday, Jul 7, 2023
Sad Summer Festival Coachman Park - Clearwater
Subdivisions, Violence System, The Fallen Sons Jack Rabbits - Jacksonville
Days Of Summer festival Conduit - Winter Park
Saturday, Jul 8, 2023
Memphis May Fire, Norma Jean, Secrets The Beacham - Orlando
Days Of Summer festival Conduit - Winter Park
Sunday, Jul 9, 2023
Memphis May Fire, Norma Jean, Secrets High Dive - Gainesville
Crown The Empire, Varials Orpheum - Tampa
Monday, Jul 10, 2023
blink-182, Turnstile Amalie Arena - Tampa
Orthodox, Cell, Chamber Crowbar - Tampa
Tuesday, Jul 11, 2023
Analepsy, Cognitive, Wormhole, Nectoricgorebeast Conduit - Winter Park
Wednesday, Jul 12, 2023
Analepsy, Cognitive, Wormhole, Nectoricgorebeast Crowbar - Tampa
Thursday, Jul 13, 2023
Staind Seminole Hard Rock - Tampa
Friday, Jul 14, 2023
Staind Hard Rock Live - Orlando
Saturday, Jul 15, 2023
Obituary Brass Mug - Tampa
Flag On Fire, Scatter Shot, Backslide, Regions O'Malley's Alley - Ocala
Monday, Jul 17, 2023
Cenotaph, Horrific Visions, Architectural Genocide Conduit - Winter Park
Tuesday, Jul 18, 2023
Agents of Chaos, Black Clash Jack Rabbits - Jacksonville
Buckcherry Underbelly - Jacksonville
Friday, Jul 21, 2023
Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Bryan Adams Amalie Arena - Tampa
Mudvayne, Coal Chamber, Gwar, Nonpoint, Butcher Babies MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
The Final Sound, Abbey Death, Layne Lyre New World Music Hall - Tampa
Yosemite In Black, Endbringer, Murder Afloat Orpheum - Tampa
Saturday, Jul 22, 2023
Yellowcard, Mayday Parade, Story of the Year Daily's Place Amphitheatre - Jacksonville
Less Than Jake, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Devon Kay & the Solutions House of Blues - Orlando
Rising Up Angry, Tragic, Legions Blind Kona Skate Park - Jacksonville
Sunday, Jul 23, 2023
Yellowcard, Mayday Parade, Story of the Year Yuengling Center - Tampa
Endbringer, Yosemite In Black, Heavy Hitter 1904 Music Hall - Jacksonville
Tuesday, Jul 25, 2023
Fall Out Boy, Bring Me The Horizon, Royal & The Serpent MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
Thursday, Jul 27, 2023
Havok, Toxic Holocaust, I AM, Hammerhedd Conduit - Winter Park
Friday, Jul 28, 2023
Between the Buried and Me, Rivers of Nihil, Thank you Scientist Jannus - St. Petersburg
Round Eye, No Fraud, Caffiends Will's Pub - Orlando
Saturday, Jul 29, 2023
Between the Buried and Me, Rivers of Nihil, Thank you Scientist Beacham - Orlando
Southpaw, Highest Crown, Fortitude, Dead Mirrors Born Free - Tampa
Sunday, Jul 30, 2023
Crobot, Rickshaw, Billie's Burger Patrol Orpheum - Tampa
Thursday, Aug 3, 2023
Underoath, The Ghost Inside, We Came As Romans Yuengling Center - Tampa
Saturday, Aug 5, 2023
Disturbed, Breaking Benjamin MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
Underoath, The Ghost Inside, We Came As Romans St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Sanguisugabogg, Kruelty, Vomit Forth Conduit - Winter Park
Sunday, Aug 6, 2023
The Queers, The Radio Buzzkills, The Jasons Jack Rabbits - Jacksonville
Wednesday, Aug 9, 2023
Pyrexia, Cerebral Incubation, Atoll Conduit - Winter Park
Friday, Aug 11, 2023
The All-American Rejects, New Found Glory, The Starting Line MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
Black Flag High Dive - Gainesville
Sunday, Aug 13, 2023
Alesana, Vampires Everywhere, Limbs Level 13 - Orlando
Wednesday, Aug 16, 2023
The Offspring, Sum 41, Simple Plan MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
hed p.e., Lydia can't Breathe, Razorz Edge Jack Rabbits - Jacksonville
Saturday, Aug 19, 2023
Left to Suffer, Distant, Justice for the Damned Conduit - Winter Park
Sunday, Aug 20, 2023
The Smashing Pumpkins, Interpol, Rival Sons MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
Tuesday, Aug 22, 2023
The Mezingers Underbelly - Jacksonville
Wednesday, Aug 23, 2023
Bless The Fall, Caskets, Kingdom of Giants Orpheum - Tampa
Thursday, Aug 24, 2023
Clutch, Giovanni & The Hired Guns, Mike Dillon Jannus - St. Petersburg
Saturday, Aug 26, 2023
Rob Zombie, Alice Cooper, Ministry MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
Wednesday, Aug 30, 2023
Ghost, Amon Amarth Daily's Place Amphitheatre - Jacksonville
Thursday, Aug 31, 2023
Ghost, Amon Amarth MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
Saturday, Sep 2, 2023
Baby Metal, Dethklok, Jason Richardson Orlando Amphitheater
Sunday, Sep 3, 2023
Spitalfield, Rookie of the Year, The Future Perfect Conduit - Winter Park
Tuesday, Sep 5, 2023
Bad Omens, ERRA, I See Stars Jannus - St. Petersburg
Wednesday, Sep 6, 2023
Bad Omens, ERRA, I See Stars House of Blues - Orlando
Friday, Sep 8, 2023
The Waning Moon, Palace of Tears, Rux Vendetta Hooch & Hive - Tampa
Saturday, Sep 9, 2023
Kamelot, Battle Beast, Xandria Hard Rock Live - Orlando
Sunday, Sep 10, 2023
Angelmaker, Vulvodynia, Flasifier Conduit - Orlando
Tuesday, Sep 12, 2023
Black Veil Brides, VV, Dark Divine Jannus - St. Petersburg
Wednesday, Sep 13, 2023
3 Doors Down, Candlebox Daily's Place Amphitheatre - Jacksonville
Dance Gavin Dance, SiM, Rain City Drive Hard Rock Live - Orlando
Friday, Sep 15, 2023
3 Doors Down, Candlebox MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
Saturday, Sep 16, 2023
Movements, Mannequin Pussy, Softcult The Ritz - Tampa
Sunday, Sep 17, 2023
Avenged Sevenfold, Falling in Reverse MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
Wave to Earth, slchld Orpheum - Tampa
Tuesday, Sep 19, 2023
Scowl, Militarie Gun, MSPAINT Conduit - Winter Park
Thursday, Sep 21, 2023
Scowl, Militarie Gun, MSPAINT 1904 Music Hall - Jacksonville
Friday, Sep 22, 2023
Cavalera Conspiracy, Exhumed, Incite Beacham - Orlando
Saturday, Sep 23, 2023
Boys Like Girls, State Champs, Four Year Strong House Of Blues - Orlando
Sunday, Sep 24, 2023
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus High Dive - Gainesville
Tuesday, Sep 26, 2023
nothing, nowhere., See You Space Cowboy, Static Dress, Unitytx Orpheum - Tampa
Friday, Sep 29, 2023
CIRCLE JERKS, TSOL, Negative Approach Underbelly - Jacksonville
Shinedown, Papa Roach, Spiritbox MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre - Tampa
Saturday, Sep 30, 2023
NOFX Vinoy Park - St. Petersburg
Flogging Molly, The Bronx House Of Blues - Orlando
Thursday, Oct 5-7, 2023
Absolution Fest Crowbar - Tampa
Tuesday, Oct 10, 2023
Ne Obliviscaris, Beyond Creation, Persefone Orpheum - Tampa
Wednesday, Oct 11, 2023
Ne Obliviscaris, Beyond Creation, Persefone Conduit - Winter Park
Fit For a King, The Devil Wears Prada, Counterparts, Landmvrks The Ritz - Tampa
Thursday, Oct 12, 2023
Dawn of Ouroboros, Fires in the Distance, Somnent Conduit - Winter Park
Saturday, Oct 14, 2023
Beast in Black, Dance with the Dead Orpheum - Tampa
Fame on Fire, Kingdom Collapse The Social - Orlando
Sunday, Oct 15, 2023
Beast in Black, Dance with the Dead Conduit - Winter Park
Motionless In White, Knocked Loose, After the Burial, Alpha Wolf Hard Rock Live - Orlando
Tuesday, Oct 17, 2023
Atilla, Gideon, Until I Wake, Ten56 Underbelly - Jacksonville
Wednesday, Oct 18, 2023
Atilla, Gideon, Until I Wake, Ten56 Orpheum - Tampa
Friday, Oct 27-29, 2023
The Fest Gainesville
Tuesday, Nov 7, 2023
Protest the Hero, Moontooth The Abbey - Orlando
Wednesday, Nov 8, 2023
Protest the Hero, Moontooth Orpheum - Tampa
Friday, Jan 24, 2024
Kansas Florida Theatre - Jacksonville
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2023.06.08 19:55 usernamex00 Me, Myself, and I

Me, Myself, and I
It’s always about how something affects her.
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Detailing Business 2023 - Porsche GTS, Range Rover, Destin, 30a, Panama City Beach, FL, Gulf Shores, Mobile, Gulfport, Biloxi, New Orleans, Ocean Springs, Pensacola, Navarre, Ft Walton Beach, Alexandria, Baton Rouge, Hammond, Lafayette submitted by Exquisite-MAD to u/Exquisite-MAD [link] [comments]


2023.06.08 18:31 redditduk [MegaList] SG Gigs & Music Concerts: Mid June (9 - 22 Jun 2023)

June 9 Update v2: Corrected with *. Tiny Moving Parts cancelled. 12-14 June reddit boycott. Bonus 24-jun-only listing hosted off-reddit soon.

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2023.06.08 11:58 longbeachlocale 🚨 City Council • June 13, 2023 • 5:00 PM 🚨

🗓 Date: June 13, 2023 @ 5PM
🗺 Location:** Long Beach Civic Center411 W. Ocean Boulevard
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📄 Agenda (PDF):** https://longbeach.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=1107177&GUID=8BF9E839-79B8-4C79-92DE-3100E3EFC971
🗣eComment:** https://longbeach.granicusideas.com/meetings/4022-city-council

Agenda Item

CD8 - AACLB Jazz Evening

Item #1 • File #23-0602 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,500, offset by the Eighth Council District One-time District Priority Funds, transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide a donation to African American Cultural Center of Long Beach in support of their “Evening of Jazz”; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,500, to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD7 - Community Event Fund Transfers

Item #2 • File #23-0603 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $5,500, offset by the Seventh Council District One-Time District Priority Funds, transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide support for the following: 1. $3,500 in support of the Uptown Jazz Festival; 2. $500 to Wild West Women, Inc., in support of the Women’s Fair; 3. $1,000 to Century Villages at Cabrillo, in support of the Written in the Stars Gala; 4. $500 to the Long Beach Century Club in support of the Mayor’s Trophy Charity Golf Tournament; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $5,500 to offset transfers to the City Manager Department.

CD3 - Various Fund Transfers

Item #3 • File #23-0621 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $2,500, offset by the Third Council District One-time District Priority Funds, transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide donations of: • $500 to Alamitos Heights Improvement Associations to support the 2023 Alamitos Heights Neighborhood Picnic; • $500 to the Long Beach Century Club to support the Mayor’s Trophy Charity Golf Tournament; • $500 to Partners of Parks for the 2023 Long Beach Juneteenth Celebration; • $250 to Wild West Women, Inc. to support the Long Beach Woman’s Fair; • $300 to Temple Israel Long Beach to support Make a Difference Day; • $250 to LGBTQ Center of Long Beach to support the 10th Annual Black and White Gala; • $200 to the Long Beach Public Library Foundation to support the Grape Expectations Gala; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $2,500, to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD6 - Success in Challenges Gala Fund Transfer

Item #4 • File #23-0622 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $250 offset by the Sixth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide contributions to Success In Challenges 2023 Gala; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $250 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CC - Minutes

Item #5 • File #23-0604 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the minutes for the City Council meetings of Tuesday, May 16 and May 23, 2023.

CC - Damage Claims

Item #6 • File #23-0605 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to refer to City Attorney damage claims received between May 26, 2023 and June 5, 2023.

CM - Revise title of the Sustainable City Commission to the Climate Resilient and Sustainable City Commission

Item #7 • File #23-0606 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to amend Long Beach Municipal Code Chapter 2.38 to change the Sustainable City Commission’s name to the Climate Resilient and Sustainable City Commission; and Request City Attorney to prepare ordinance amending Chapter 2.38 of the Long Beach Municipal Code to: (1) revise the title of the Sustainable City Commission to the Climate Resilient and Sustainable City Commission. (Citywide)

CM - 2023 Office of Climate Action and Sustainability Work Plan

Item #8 • File #23-0607 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to review and approve the 2023 Office of Climate Action and Sustainability Work Plan. (Citywide)

CM - Placement of California Climate Action Fellows in the City of Long Beach

Item #9 • File #23-0608 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute an agreement, and any necessary documents including subsequent amendments, with Bay Area Community Resources, to participate in the California Climate Action Corps Program, for the placement of California Climate Action Fellows in the City of Long Beach (City) for the 2023-2024 Fellowship cycle, at no cost to the City, for the period of one year, with the option to renew for two additional one-year periods, at the discretion of the City Manager. (Citywide)

FD - LBCC to allow enrolled students to participate in clinical ambulance ride-alongs

Item #10 • File #23-0609 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute an Educational Affiliate Agreement, and all necessary documents, including any subsequent amendments, with Long Beach City College, to allow enrolled students to implement a ride-along program for emergency medical service students participating in EMT and paramedic coursework, for a period of five years. (Citywide)

DHHS - Multiple contracts to dispense eligible drugs to qualifying patients

Item #11 • File #23-0610 (Details, PDF)
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend and restate Contract No. 35066 with Wellpartner, LLC, of New York, NY (Wellpartner), to continue serving as Administrator of the 340B Pharmacy Program on behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services (Health Department), a covered entity, to provide reduced pricing for eligible prescription drugs, with the option to renew the contract automatically for successive terms until canceled by the City of Long Beach (City), at the discretion of the City Manager; Authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 35172 with Cardinal Health 110, LLC, and Cardinal Health 112, LLC (collectively, Cardinal Health), of Dublin, OH, to continue serving as DistributoDrug Wholesaler, to provide eligible drugs under the 340B Pharmacy Program to the Contract Pharmacies, with the option to renew the contract automatically for successive terms until canceled by the City, at the discretion of the City Manager;

DHHS - Bioterrorism response programs

Item #12 • File #23-0611 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute an agreement and all necessary documents or subcontracts, including any amendments to the allocation amount, with the County of Los Angeles, for County Measure B funds in the amount of $1,000,000, to support ongoing bioterrorism response programs, for a one-year period, with the option to renew for four one-year periods; and Increase appropriations in the Health Fund Group in the Health and Human Services Department by $1,000,000, offset by reimbursement revenue. (Citywide)

DHHS - Contract w/First to Serve for homeless prevention $637K

Item #13 • File #23-0612 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt Specifications No. RFP HE-23-190 and award contracts to First to Serve, Inc., of Los Angeles, CA, and Interval House, of Long Beach, CA, to provide operation and supportive services for homeless prevention and rapid rehousing, in annual amounts not to exceed $637,500 and $355,618, respectively, through September 30, 2023, with the options to renew for one additional one-year period, at the discretion of the City Manager; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all necessary documents to enter into the contracts, including any subsequent amendments. (Citywide)

PD - MOU w/Job Corps D7

Item #16 • File #23-0615 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a Memorandum of Understanding, and all necessary documents, including any subsequent amendments, with Long Beach Job Corps Center (LBJCC), to provide local law enforcement authority to enforce laws and conduct investigations on LBJCC premises, 1903 Santa Fe Avenue, which are under federal jurisdiction, for the period of July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2024, with an option to renew for four additional one-year periods, at the discretion of the City Manager. (District 7)

FM - Mid-Year Performance Report Development

Item #18 • File #23-0623 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive and file the Fiscal Year 2023 (FY 23) Mid-Year Budget Performance Report providing an update on the City of Long Beach’s FY 23 financial status and projections and adjust appropriations in departments to reflect the funding where programs will be managed. (Citywide)

DHHS - Contract w/First to Serve for homeless prevention $787K

Item #20 • File #23-0618 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt Specifications No. RFP HE23-229, and award contracts to First to Serve, Inc., of Los Angeles, CA, and Interval House, of Long Beach, CA, to provide operation and supportive services for homeless prevention and rapid rehousing, in annual amounts not to exceed $787,061 and $787,061, respectively, for a period of one year, with the option to renew for an additional one-year period, at the discretion of the City Manager; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all necessary documents to enter into the contracts, including any subsequent amendments. (Citywide)

PRM - Silverado Park Playground project from HUD D7

Item #21 • File #23-0619 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute an agreement and any necessary documents including subsequent amendments, with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Fund to accept and expend grant funds for the Silverado Park Playground project (Project), in the amount of $1,500,000; Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Parks, Recreation and Marine Department by $15,000, offset by grant revenue; Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Parks, Recreation and Marine Department by $15,000, offset by a transfer of HUD Community Development grant funds from the Capital Grants Fund; Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Public Works Department by $1,485,000, offset by grant revenue; and Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Public Works Department by $1,485,000, offset by a transfer of HUD Community Development grant funds from the Capital Grants Fund. (District 7)

ABC License

PD - ABC License - Grill Em All D3

Item #14 • File #23-0613 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive and file the application of Two Dudes, One Truck, LLC, dba Grill Em All, for an original application of an Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) License, at 5411 East Ocean Boulevard. (District 3) Levine Act: Yes

PD - ABC License - Plantita's D7

Item #15 • File #23-0614 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive and file the application of Aileen Elizabeth Orozco Castaneda, dba Plantita’s Kitchen, for an original application of an Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) License, at 1950 West Willow Street, submit a Public Notice of Protest to ABC, and direct City Manager to withdraw the protest if a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) or Conditional Use Permit Exemption (CUPEX) is granted. (District 7) Levine Act: Yes

Public Hearing

FM - Ballast Point Entertainment Permit D3

Item #17 • File #23-0616 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive supporting documentation into the record, conclude the public hearing, and grant an Entertainment Permit with conditions for Entertainment without Dancing to Kings & Convicts BP, LLC, dba Ballast Point Brewing Company, at 110 Marina Drive. (District 3)

Resolution

FM/Utilites - Natural Gas Purchase Revenue Bonds, Series 2007B

Item #19 • File #23-0617 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing and approving a change in the index rate for the Natural Gas Purchase Revenue Bonds Series 2007B, issued by the Long Beach Bond Finance Authority and the related Interest Rate Swaps, authorizing and approving certain documents and actions relating thereto, and delegating authority to officers in connection therewith. (Citywide)

Ordinance

CA - Senior Advisory Commission Name Change

Item #22 • File #23-0620 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance of the City Council of the City of Long Beach amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Chapter 2.57 relating to the Senior Citizen Advisory Commission Name Change to Advisory Commission on Aging; read the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council for final reading. (Citywide)

DS - Noise Element

Item #23 • File #23-0586 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending Long Beach Municipal Code Chapter 8.80 to implement amendments to the Noise Ordinance, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)
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2023.06.08 07:43 aucklandproperty Sales in Auckland from 3rd June to 6th June as of time of publication

Sales in Auckland from 3rd June to 6th June as of time of publication
  1. 73 Ash Street, Avondale, $1,270,000 (CV: $1,600,000)
  2. 13A Maunu Road, Papatoetoe, $833,000 (CV: $820,000)
  3. 3 Churchill Avenue, Manurewa, $1,060,000 (CV: $1,575,000)
  4. 15 Gwenand Place, Botany Downs, $1,030,000 (CV: $1,175,000)
  5. 35A Bluegrey Avenue, Stonefields, $1,203,000 (CV: $1,280,000)
  6. 85B Friedlanders Road, Manurewa East, $726,000 (New Build)
  7. 77 Battalion Drive, Papakura, $755,000 (CV: $860,000)
  8. 6 Greenhill Crescent, Pakuranga, $1,550,000 (CV: $1,750,000)
  9. 39 Maryvale Road, Wainui, $1,245,000 (CV: $1,200,000)
  10. 10 Robin Lane, Browns Bay, $1,500,000 (CV: $1,600,000)
  11. 10 Nirmal Place, Sunnyvale, $1,010,000 (CV: $1,105,000)
  12. 1/667 Te Atatu Road, Te Atatu Peninsula, $821,250 (CV: $945,000)
  13. 2/595 Glenfield Road, Totara Vale, $918,000 (CV: $970,000)
  14. 1/41 College Road, Northcote, $1,270,000 (CV: $1,075,000)
  15. 4B Seaforth Avenue, Mangere Bridge, $905,000 (CV: $1,225,000)
  16. 59 Mount St John Avenue, Epsom, $3,550,000 (CV: $4,200,000)
  17. 22 Winsford Street, Manurewa, $811,000 (CV: $840,000)
  18. 1/171 Murphys Road, Flat Bush, $550,000 (Section)
  19. 543 Mahurangi East Road, Algies Bay, $940,000 (CV: $930,000)
  20. 386 McKenzie Road, Waiau Pa, $1,750,000 (CV: $1,650,000)
  21. 6 Ireland Street, Freemans Bay, $2,175,000 (CV: $3,000,000)
  22. 1100A Whangaparaoa Road, Tindalls Beach, $1,625,000 (CV: $1,425,000)
  23. 30 Wellesley Road, Mangere Bridge, $1,392,500 (CV: $1,925,000)
  24. 5A Northboro Road, Hauraki, $1,496,500 (CV: $1,366,000)
  25. 9/5A 7A Tecoma St, Ellerslie, $995,000 (New Build)
  26. 33 Lendenfeld Drive, Papatoetoe, $1,050,000 (CV: $1,000,000)
  27. 15 Peverill Crescent, Papatoetoe, $825,000 (CV: $1,025,000)
  28. 96 Hillside Road, Mt Wellington, $1,500,000 (CV: $2,000,000)
  29. 4/278 Shirley Road, Papatoetoe, $621,000 (CV: $680,000)
  30. 1/16 Browns Avenue, Pakuranga, $1,450,000 (CV: $1,475,000)
  31. 2/49 Cardiff Road, Pakuranga, $928,000 (CV: $980,000)
  32. 10 Nagle Place, Golflands, $875,000 (CV: $840,000)
  33. 5 Erne Crescent, East Tamaki, $1,315,000 (CV: $1,325,000)
  34. 29/2 Armoy Drive, East Tamaki, $708,000 (CV: $800,000)
  35. 32 Colum Place, Bucklands Beach, $2,150,000 (CV: $1,950,000
  36. 3B Luana Way, Bucklands Beach, $1,420,000 (CV: $1,675,000)
  37. 3 Cargill Street, Papakura, $830,000 (CV: $1,100,000)
  38. 57 Beachlands Road, Beachlands, $1,150,000 (CV: $1,775,000)
  39. 8 Monument Road, Clevedon, $1,875,000 (CV: $1,750,000)

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2023.06.08 05:23 Rushton-Babie having some steel reserve, mustard sardines and reefer this evening :3 anyone have any horror movie suggestions?

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2023.06.07 21:19 GrizzlyNaturals-com New Grizzly Naturals Lakeside Lime Lotion! One of our most popular scents is now available in Hand & Body Lotion!

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2023.06.07 17:59 jimlii I hate to post another “is this a scam”

I hate to post another “is this a scam”
So I recently made an account on Backstage.com for shits because I’m out of a job and always thought modeling or acting might be fun. I have a small “portfolio” with mostly amateur and some shots done by friends who shoot professionally sometimes.
Someone reached out through Instagram recently— said they found my profile on backstage and asked for my email to send me an offer. I obliged and got that email.
I know absolutely jack shit about modeling or how I might go about confirming if this is real. It seems far too good to be true that I get offered to fly across the country and paid $3k for a total first time gig.
What are y’all’s thoughts? Thanks.
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2023.06.07 15:45 hnqn1611 TOP 10 Things to do in LOS ANGELES - [2023 LA Travel Guide]

TOP 10 Things to do in LOS ANGELES - [2023 LA Travel Guide]
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In this post, we'll show you the top 10 things to do in Los Angeles. This post is based on our multiple trips to the City of Angles. Don't forget to like this post, subscribe to our channel, and enable notifications. And share your own experience or ask a question in the comments below. Sponsored by Beeyond compression packing cubes for travel. The link is in the description. And stick around until the end because we have a bonus attraction for you.
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Here are our top 10 picks:
Number 10: Downtown Los Angeles Downtown L.A. is a business and residential district packed with interesting neighborhoods and attractions. Little Tokyo, Chinatown, or Arts District each offer a rich cultural experience, and for history buffs, the Olvera Street located close to the 19th-century Los Angeles Plaza reveals the oldest part of Los Angeles. Grand Central Market, a 30,000 square-foot arcade, offers a unique food emporium operating ever since it opened in 1917. By the way, if you love food, Greater Los Angeles offers an array of fantastic food options from all over the world, from fancy dining establishments to famous hot dogs or tacos trucks, and more. Located right outside Grand Central Market, you'll find Angels Flight. With its 298 feet inclined railway, it is supposed to be the world's shortest railway. Downtown L.A is also full of green areas, like Pershing Square with fantastic views towards the skyscrap-ers, or lush Grand Park, located right in front of the iconic Los Angeles City Hall. Walk around the historic Broadway theater district, or admire architectural marvels around Downtown, like The Walt Disney Concert Hall designed by Frank Gehry or the neighboring contemporary art museum - The Broad.
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Number 9: Hollywood walk of fame Hollywood Boulevard is a major street in Los Angeles, home to a number of famous attractions. Hollywood Walk of Fame features over 2,600 stars embedded in the sidewalks along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. The stars are permanent public monuments to achievement in the entertainment industry, bearing names of actors, directors, musicians, producers, fictional characters, and others. Look for the famous Chinese Theatres featuring handprints, footprints, and signatures of some of Hollywood's biggest stars. Visit the Ovation Hollywood shopping center with a perfect view towards the Hollywood sign. There are many other things you can do on Hollywood Boulevard, for example, Museum of Illusions, Madame Tussauds, Museum of Death, and others. Check our immersive Los Angeles 4K walking tour to experience the real feel of L.A. The link is in the description https://amzn.to/3WSwiPo
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Number 8: Griffith Observatory This impressive observatory overlooking Los Angeles offers breathtaking views of Downtown and Hollywood Sign. It also features an extensive array of space and science-related displays, including a Tesla coil, designed by inventor Nikola Tesla in 1891. Admission has been free ever since the observatory opened its doors in 1935. The view of the city from Griffith observatory can be even more fascinating in the evening.
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Number 7: The Grove & The Original Farmers Market World-famous Original Farmers Market started as a dairy farm, Gilmore Oil Company, and midget car racing place. The Market now consists of over 100 gourmet groceries, trendy shops, and restaurants and has been a favorite place to shop and eat among locals and tourists since 1934. Don't skip The Grove - a shopping and dining complex that mixes retail, eateries, and entertain-ment, located on the former orchard and nursery complex. If you love shopping, check our travel guide for more suggestions. By the way, our mobile-friendly travel guide covers the top 20 things to do in Los Angeles and things to know before you visit, including maps, opening hours, links to buy tickets, itinerary suggestions, and other information. By purchasing our travel guide, you are also helping us sustain this channel, so a big thank you for that!
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Number 6: Hollywood Sign The Hollywood Sign is one of the world's most famous landmarks and a cultural icon overlooking Hollywood. "HOLLYWOOD" is spelled out in 45-foot-tall white capital letters and is 352 feet long. The sign was created in 1923 as an advertisement for a local real estate agency, and it initially read: HOLLYWOODLAND. Due to increasing recognition, the sign was left up in its current form instead of being taken down. If you love hiking, there are many other trails with amazing panoramic views of Los Angeles worth exploring.
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Number 5: Universal Studios Universal Studios Hollywood is both a film studio and a theme park. It is one of the oldest and most famous Hollywood film studios still in use. The park was initially created to offer tours of the entire Universal Studios sets. Here, you can experience rides and visit film sets of some of your favorite movies like Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Back to the Future, and others. There are also other amusement parks in L.A. and its surroundings.
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Number 4: Beverly Hills Beverly Hills was originally a Spanish ranch where lima beans were grown. It was incorporated in 1914 by a group of investors who had failed to find oil but found water instead and eventually decided to develop it into a town. Today, Beverly Hills is one of the world's most famous upscale places to live and shop. Visit Rodeo Drive, a famous shopping street with expensive designer stores and small private boutiques. Rodeo Dr. became immortalized by Julia Robert's "Pretty Woman" shopping spree. The area is popular with wealthy shoppers, sunglass-wearing celebrities, and tourists hoping to see fashion icons. On Rodeo Drive, you will also find the most expensive store in the world: Bijan.
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Number 3: Museums Los Angeles is home to over 800 museums and art galleries, which is more museums per capita than any other city in the world. Some of the world-class museums include: Los Angeles County Museum of Art or LACMA with the famous Urban Light assemblage sculpture composed of 202 streetlamps. The Broad – a Museum of Contemporary Art, J. Paul Getty Museum or just The Getty, an art museum with amazing views of Los Angeles. Don't skip Getty Villa, displaying art from Ancient Greece, Rome, and other eras. Of course, there are many other museums. Los Angeles is also home and a creative hub to numerous artists and small galleries. This video is sponsored by Beeyond, helping you save space when you travel and organize your suit-case. A revolutionary new way to organize your luggage consists of a set of small and large packing cubes. Once you're done packing, just close both zippers, compress the air out of your packing cubes like this, and voila, your clothes are compressed, and your luggage is organized. We use Beeyond packing cubes on our travels, and they are even designed to fit your carry-on. Visit Beeyond's Amazon page to get your own compression packing cube set. The link is in the description https://amzn.to/3WSwiPo
Number 2: Venice Beach Venice is a residential, commercial, and recreational beachfront neighborhood. It was founded in 1905 as a seaside resort town. Over the years, it transformed into a free-spirited boardwalk and residential area full of funky shops, imaginative street performers, and public art. Rent a bike or an electric scooter and ride along Venice Beach, play some sports in one of many public sports areas, like Muscle Beach outdoor gym, or simply sit in the sand, watch the waves, and enjoy the vibe. The Los Angeles area is famous for its beautiful sandy beaches and picturesque piers. From surfing, sun-bathing, to sailing or boating, chances are you will find something fun to do in Los Angeles. So, if you have time, don’t forget to explore the surroundings too. Talking about Venice Beach. Don’t skip Venice Canals nearby. The canals were created in the early 20th century to mimic the famous canals in Venice, Italy. And if you love shopping, don't skip Abbot Kinney Boulevard shops.
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Number 1: Santa Monica Pier Santa Monica Pier is a large double-jointed and over 100 years old pier located at the foot of Colorado Avenue in Santa Monica. Its iconic entrance made the pier popular with both residents and visitors. A sign on the pier marks the end of the legendary American highway Route 66, symbolizing that this road only ended when the sea stood in its way. Since the pier is a popular tourist spot, expect it can get very crowded. The pier also contains an entire family amusement park, the Pacific Park, featuring a solar-paneled Ferris wheel. Don't forget to visit 3rd Street Promenade, a pedestrian mall walkway, dining, and entertainment complex in downtown Santa Monica, or beautiful Tongva Park, named after the indigenous Tongva people, who have lived in the Los Angeles area, a lovely urban oasis with amazing views, especially during sun-set. And here is the bonus that we promised. If you love nature, explore Echo Park. This diverse neighborhood is home to beautiful Echo Park Lake with lush vegetation, lotus flower beds, and wild geese and swans. For the ultimate experience, rent a swan boat and pedal around this beautiful lake with fantastic views towards the park and downtown Los Angeles. And now continue to our video on what you should know before you visit Los Angeles.
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2023.06.07 11:58 Still_Hat126 Are There Summer Fragrances That Are Suitable for Both Daytime and Evening Wear?

Summer is a time for fun, relaxation, and getting out and about. It's also a time to experiment with new fragrances. If you're looking for a fragrance that can be worn during the day and evening, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Here are a few of our favorite summer fragrances that are suitable for both daytime and evening wear:
No matter what your style or personality, there's a summer fragrance out there that's perfect for you. So go out and experiment until you find the one that makes you feel confident and beautiful with GenericPerfumes.
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2023.06.07 11:51 4friendsmoving Get the best Furniture Movers in Vero Beach

Get the best Furniture Movers in Vero Beach
Looking for professional furniture movers Vero Beach? Look no further! Our team of highly skilled and experienced movers is here to provide you with top-notch furniture moving services. Whether you're relocating to a new home, office, or simply need help rearranging furniture within your space, we've got you covered.
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2023.06.07 11:50 acn_newswire Women's Golf Day Reaches New Heights and Countries

Women's Golf Day Reaches New Heights and Countries

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From Times Square to Tokyo, WGD brings global smiles
West Palm Beach, FL, June 7, 2023 - (ACN Newswire) - The first weeklong Women's Golf Day (WGD) Celebration drew to a close as the last event finished at Moorea Green Pearl Golf Club in French Polynesia on Tuesday evening, the 6th of June. More women and girls were able to access these celebratory events in 2023 than ever before given the new weeklong format and the increase in the number of participating countries and venues. Over 1,300 locations in 84 countries have hosted WGD. Starting with WGD Palooza Digital Day and the NYSE Opening Bell, the celebration continued throughout the week. New and existing female golfers around the globe dressed in red and white to share their experiences on social media with a collective joy that perhaps can only be measured in smiles. Read more
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2023.06.07 09:34 Successful_Major1966 Daniel H Cole: Role of Financial Innovation in Contemporary Markets

As we delve deeper into finance, we encounter innumerable experts who have significantly contributed to the field. One such key expert is Daniel H Cole, whose expertise lies in understanding the role of financial innovation in contemporary markets. With a solid academic background, he has been instrumental in shaping the discourse around financial innovation and its impact on economies worldwide. In this article, we will explore the insights and perspectives of Daniel H Cole as he shares his thoughts on the evolving landscape of financial innovation and its potential to disrupt traditional markets.
Through his extensive research and analysis, Cole has shed light on the critical role financial innovation has played in driving economic growth and enhancing the efficiency of financial systems.

The History of Financial Innovation

Daniel H Cole holds a vast knowledge of the history of financial innovation and is well-versed in its evolution over time. According to him, financial innovation has been integral to human society for centuries. However, in recent times, the pace and scope of financial innovation have accelerated dramatically due to numerous technological advancements, globalization, and deregulation. The financial innovation journey began in the early modern era with the establishment of banks and the development of the stock market, which allowed the trading of securities.
These innovations facilitated capital raising and enabled risk-sharing, increasing economic growth. Over the years, financial innovation has continued to evolve with the creation of new financial instruments and the emergence of digital finance. Today we see financial innovation driving the development of cryptocurrencies, peer-to-peer lending, and robo-advisory platforms, enabling people to invest their money innovatively. Despite its many benefits, financial innovation has also led to challenges, including increased market volatility, systemic risks, and regulatory gaps.
However, with proper regulation and supervision, financial innovation can be essential for enhancing market efficiency and promoting economic growth.

Contemporary Financial Innovations

Contemporary financial innovations have transformed the economic landscape in previously unimaginable ways, and these innovations continue to change how people invest, save, and access financial services. Daniel H Cole, a renowned expert in the field, observes that contemporary financial innovation is characterized by using cutting-edge technology to create new products and services that are more accessible, efficient, and affordable.
One of the most significant developments in contemporary financial innovation is the emergence of digital currencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple. These cryptocurrencies have gained popularity due to their decentralized nature, which allows for frictionless and borderless transactions. Daniel Cole
Blockchain technology, the underlying technology behind cryptocurrencies, has also been adopted by various industries as a tool for enhancing transparency, security, and accountability.
Peer-to-peer lending platforms have also disrupted the traditional lending industry by creating new channels for borrowers to access credit. These platforms allow individuals and businesses to lend and borrow money from one another without the need for intermediaries such as banks. Peer-to-peer lending increases access to credit and creates new investment opportunities for individuals.
Robo-advisory platforms have also transformed the way people invest their money. These platforms use algorithms to provide individuals with investment advice and portfolio management services. Robo-advisory media have democratized investment opportunities by enabling individuals with little or no investment experience to invest their money in professionally managed portfolios. Finally, financial inclusion has been enhanced through mobile banking and payment platforms.
These platforms allow individuals to conduct financial transactions using their mobile devices without needing a physical bank account. This has significantly increased access to financial services for the unbanked and underbanked populations, leading to a more inclusive financial system. Contemporary financial innovation has brought numerous opportunities for individuals and businesses to access financial services, invest their money, and manage their finances. As Daniel H Cole notes, financial innovation has the potential to drive economic growth and enhance market efficiency, but it must be regulated to mitigate risks and ensure stability.

Benefits and Risks of Financial Innovation

Daniel H Cole, a leading expert in financial innovation, has provided insights into the benefits and risks of this rapidly evolving field. Financial innovation has significantly enhanced market efficiency and created new opportunities for individuals and businesses to access financial services, but it has also brought challenges that must be addressed. One of the most significant benefits of financial innovation is increased access to credit and investment opportunities. Peer-to-peer lending platforms have made it possible for individuals to lend and borrow money from one another, decreasing the reliance on traditional banks and increasing access to credit.
Similarly, robo-advisory platforms use algorithms to provide investment advice and portfolio management services for individuals, democratizing investment opportunities. Furthermore, mobile banking and payment platforms have significantly increased access to financial services for previously unbanked and underbanked populations. Financial innovation has also enhanced market efficiency, promoting economic growth. Improved technological infrastructure has increased the speed and accuracy of financial transactions, reducing costs and increasing the reach of financial services. Furthermore, financial innovation has facilitated risk-sharing and diversified investment opportunities, promoting market stability.
However, financial innovation has also brought risks that must be addressed through regulatory action. Increased market volatility and systemic risks are serious challenges associated with financial innovation. The complexity of financial instruments has led to opaque and unpredictable markets, contributing to market instability. Regulatory gaps and weak supervision of financial markets have also created avenues for fraud and misconduct.
Daniel H Cole has emphasized financial innovation has brought numerous benefits, including increased access to financial services, improved market efficiency, and economic growth. However, these benefits come with challenges that must be addressed through proper regulation and supervision. Steps must be taken to ensure financial innovation promotes stability, protects consumers and investors, and mitigates risk. In conclusion, the role of financial innovation in contemporary markets is multifaceted and constantly evolving.
As financial expert, Daniel H Cole notes, "Financial innovation is not just about creating new products, but also about improving the efficiency and transparency of financial markets." While certain risks are associated with financial innovation, the potential benefits are diverse and far-reaching. As we look to the future, it's clear that financial innovation will continue to play a critical role in shaping the global economy. By understanding the history and implications of these technological advances, we can better prepare for the challenges and opportunities.
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2023.06.07 07:37 GottaGetDatDough Picking between North Carolina and Florida for a longer term

Id love for folks to share their opinions on longer term destinations between NC and FL. I've been living nomadically across the U.S. for the last year or so, but I lost my job recently. I have been offered a new fully remote role, with the caveat of only being able to live in a handful of states (I don't fully understand why, but it is a federal contract.) Of those listed, I'm most interested in living in the aforementioned, but would also be able to reside in D.C, VA, MD, AL, and TX. I've spent time in Charlotte, NC and St.Petersburg, FL and enjoyed those places, but am curious if there are some other areas in those states that nomadic folks gravitate towards. In terms of geography, I am more of a temperate climate person in general and enjoy mountains, but i'd be happy living by the beach for a while as well. I appreciate any and all input!
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2023.06.07 07:10 ovdivad Another Credit Card advise

I am currently located in Houston and fly from IAH to Palm Beach Gardens every month. I will be moving to CA and still need to do the trip to FL every month.
United used to have direct flights to PBI, but not anymore. No airlines have direct flights from SNA / LAX to PBI. I will need to fly with American or Delta to PBI.
I was thinking of moving to Delta since they fly to PBI from Houston and SNA.
My work pays for the flights and I will only be getting the points. I am currently use my Chase Reserve for basically everything. But, Chase does not have alot of domestic lounges.
Question - Should I get the Delta Reserve Card or the Amex Platinum? I do not think I will be charging much on the new card since I'll be using Chase for everything. Lounge access is probably what I am looking for.
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2023.06.07 02:57 missjeanlouise12 [SELL][US to anywhere]$10 palette section includes indies and mainstream; other indie and mainstream palettes, nail polish, eye and lip products. Brands include Sugarpill, Sigma, MAC, Nars, Chanel, KimChi, Viseart and more

Hello, and welcome to my sale!
I go by timestamps in this thread, so please do not message me until we have come to an agreement about pricing. I accept PayPal Goods and Services and will cover associated fees. I’ll hold items for a couple of hours unless you request differently, and will then move on to the next interested party if there is one. Some items may be posted on multiple platforms and I will usually go by timestamps across all platforms, but do reserve the right to prioritize buyers who will be purchasing multiple items.
Shipping starts at $5.00 for light items within the continental US and will increase with weight and distance. Palettes and nail polish are likely to cost more. I'm happy to ship internationally as long as you understand that postage can be costly. I do look for the best rates, domestic or international, and I ship quickly. Unfortunately, postage rates have increased and there’s only so much I can do. No minimum purchase.
I have marked a lot of things down significantly, including many $10 palettes, indie shadows in the $2-$6 range, and cut prices on everything. I can’t say for sure how much more flexibility I can offer, but try making me an offer rather than closing out and moving on!
I’ve added swatch pictures that I found online for many of the products that have glimmer, shimmer or shifts. Hopefully this helps show how beautiful and unique these products are!
$10 palette section! All palettes in this section are marked down to $10
Ace Beaute Falling for You palette, BNNU, $15
Alamar Cosmetics Spanglish Pressed Pigment palette, 3 colors swatched, $15
bh Cosmetics Run Wild x Tina Yong, 3 eye colors swatched. $12 this is heavy and will require more postage to send
Beauty Bakerie Sugar Cookies palette, most colors used 2 or 3 times, $20
Colourpop Salvaje palette, some colors used 2 or 3 times, $15
Colourpop Semi Precious, some light use, one color chipped, $12
Estee Edit The Gritty Eye Palette, 3 colors swatched once, $12
Juvia’s Place The Magic Minis , BNNU, $15
Juvia’s Place The Zulu, 3 colors swatched, $12
Notoriously Morbid Aim With My Eye palette, 3 colors swatched. $16.00
Pretty Vulgar Pretty Birdie, light use, $36
Sigma Warm Neutrals Vol. 2, 4 colors swatched, $15
Sydney Grace Chase Your Dreams, 2 colors swatched, $14
Violet Voss Drenched Metal palette, swatched but one color has a chip missing, $18
Violet Voss Essentials 2, BNNU, $12
Other Eyeshadow Palettes
Dia & Noche Once Upon a Time palette, 4 colors swatched, $5
Fantasy Cosmetica Bard palette, Never used but arrived with middle shade shattered. Retails for $38.99. $20
Fenty Beauty Snap Shadows Mix & Match eyeshadow palette in Cadet, used 3-4 times at most, Retails for $30 . $18
Kat von D Serpentina palette, some light use, missing loose pigment. will need extra shipping $20
KimChi Chic Juicy Velvet palette; see swatch photos from Kimchi Site, BNNU, $12
Lethal Cosmetics Magnetic Pressed Powder Palette in Jolina, 3 or 4 colors swatched. $25
MAC Cosmetics Aaliyah eyeshadow palette, 4 colors swatched, $18
Peach Queen We’re All Mad Here, 3 colors swatched. Sold out on site $20
Pink Crush Cosmetics Nocturnal Garden palette, brand new, $22
Pinky Rose Cosmetics Sunflower palette, most shades swatched once, $12
Sigma x Beauty Bird Dream Palette, most colors swatched, comes with brush, $25
Sugarpill Capsule Collection in black and orange versions, each swatched or 4 times, $22 each; both for $40
Urban Decay Urban Spectrum palette, 5 colors swatched, will require a couple of dollars extra to ship due to weight, $25
Viseart Golden Hour, usage shown, $25
Eyeshadow Singles, Eyeliner, etc.
About Face Matte Fluid Eye Paint (l - r) in It’s a Blitz and Vertigo Flowers. Swatched with clean, disposable brush. $11 each or both for $20
bh Cosmetics x DojaCat Cascade liquid eyeshadow in top - bottom Berry and Royal Blue, used 3 or 4 times each. $8 each or both for $15
Glossier Lidstar in Fawn, hard to tell how much is left even though I only used a few times, $8
JD Glow cosmetics L-R: Galaxy liner in Nocturnal; glitter tube in Poise; galaxy liner in Facetime. Each used up to 3x with clean, disposable brush. Retail for $9-10. $4 each; all 3 for $10
Indie shadow large pans $3 each
JD Glow 37mm metallon shadow in Bestie, swatched, $7
JD Glow 37mm metallon shadow in Blue Avenue, swatched, $7
Give Me Glow foiled pigment in Anastasia, swatched, $6
Give Me Glow ultra matte pigment in Dramatic, BNNU, $6
Give Me Glow ultra matte pigment in Tan Lines, BNNU, $6
Moira Cosmetics Lucent Cream Eyeshadow, L-R Cosmos, Earth, Nimbus, each BNIB, $5 each or all 3 for $12
Lipstick
Benefit California Kissin’ Color Balm in Poppy, swatched once with brush, $12
Fenty Gloss Bomb in Fenty Glow, BNNU, $6
Gucci lipstick Agatha Orange, swatched once with clean lip brush, $25 15
Lime Crime Wet Cherry Gloss in Pumpkin Pie, BNNU, $10
MAC lipstick in Chili, BNIB, $10
Mally x RuPaul Discotheque Lip Topper in Condragulations, bnnu, $8
MBA Cosmetics Glossy Glaze in Miss Monroe, still sealed, seller image here. $7
Pat McGrath Labs Bronze Astral Vinyl Gloss, 0.34 fl oz, $14
Highlighter
Becca Shimmering Skin Protector liquid in Opal, BN/still sealed, $10
Becca Shimmering Skin Protector pressed in Burnished Copper, BNNU, $12
Miscellaneous
Pulp Riot Blank Canvas Hair Color Remover, Unopened, 1.5 oz packet of powder. $6
Nail Polish all full size/13-15 ml unless otherwise stared. Will require extra shipping costs
Chanel Le Vernis in Délicatesse, an opaque rose-brown. BNNU, $20. Swatch photo not mine.
Chanel Le Vernis in Paparazzi, described as a “plummy brown with copper pearl. BNNU, $20. Swatch photo from Temptalia website.
Chaos and Crocodiles in Wishing Star Sky, probably a few years old. Swatch photo. $6
LynB Designs Fishing With No Bait, golden peach linear holo, used for one mani, $6 photo from blogger Naked Without Polish.
LynB Designs, L - R Rustworthy, Gamboge You Don’t, all BNNU from Tonally Awesome collection. See pictures from site of Rustworthy, and Gamboge You Don’t. $7 each, will bundle.
Moon Shine Mani Nail Polish. Click on shade for swatch photos. And Then There Were None , The Geller Cup, The King of Bad Thanksgivings, North by Northwest. BNNU, $8 each; will bundle multiples
OPI Visions of Georgia Greens, shimmery green/pink duochrome. BNNU, $6. blogger swatch photo
All Sally Hansen BNNU, now $5 each
Sally Hansen Color Therapy in Plum Euphoria, Multichrome shifts purple-blue-green. Swatch photo not mine
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel in Combustealable. Swatch photo not mine.
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Hyp-nautical, blue/purple/fuchsia multichrome, See stock photo here
Perfume
I have a spreadsheet of indie sample and full-size perfumes/other indie products here if you are interested.
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2023.06.07 00:24 Patient_Jellyfish175 New Smyrna Beach Apollo Beach Lot5

I enjoy boggie boarding down at lotb5, but it gets a bit boring solo. Im a miami.Haulover vet and hope to see a community start hwre like there is there. With parking sucking like it does itd seem folks could carpool from jbs or something. Has anyone ever tried to organize the local nudists like myself?
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2023.06.06 20:39 use_da_schwartz_ S/T tour shirt

S/T tour shirt
I was cleaning out some crap from my basement. I thought all the bins were full of my ex wife's clothing, but I sure am glad I dug through them instead of tossing them straight into the trash. I bought this shirt at the Myrtle Beach show which I think was December 2004. Would have been the tour for S/T. It's nearly in perfect condition, but two sizes too small for my fat ass now. My son now gets to rock a rare early 2000's Deftones shirt courtesy of my fatness. I can't find this design for sale on ebay.
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2023.06.06 19:27 ir1379 NYT article from 1971

THE compulsive gambler sub consciously wants to lose his shirt, of course, along with everything else he owns, and so he again and again puts down the rent money on the Montreal Expos or 80‐to‐1 2‐year‐old maiden fillies wear ing blinkers and bandaged forelegs. And if he's nothing else, Walter Matthau, the 50‐year‐old stage and movie actor, is a compulsive gambler. A few years ago, for instance, while in Florida to film episodes of a TV series called “Tallahassee 7000,” Matthau breath‐takingly managed in a mere two weeks to drop no less than $183,000. He lost the money, moreover, not by backing crippled nags at Hialeah but mainly instead by betting on the outcome of spring training baseball games, a way of tossing bundles of money out the window that should surely that year have won him the Nobel Prize for masochism.
Since dropping that $183,000, sum that eventually took, him six years to pay off to his increa ingly impatient Mafia ‐ connected book maker, Matthau has cut down con siderably on the amounts that he bets, especially when he goes to race tracks, and on a good day at Holly wood Park he can now come happily home having lost only $400 or $580.
Still, he continues casually to bet thousand dollars or so on things like N.B.A. play‐off games or whether or not a friend can name the capital of Albania, and so remains a prime example of the evils of gambling to all those New Yorkers who are thinking of taking a first‐time fling at the ponies because of an easy access these days to offtrack betting windows in Grand Central Station and elsewhere. “I think that off‐track betting is great for New York,” dryly remarked Matthau during a recent three‐day visit to the city from his home in California. “I mean, it's so democratic—if they keep up off‐track betting long enough, every body in town will be on welfare.”
Of course, though he has the mo rose, hangdog look of a chronic loser, Matthas is scarcely a loser in everything he gets mixed up in. Far from it, as a matter of fact. For example, when signing contracts for his last several movies he chose to gamble on accepting a percentage of the profits in lieu of a salary, and at least one of these gambles has al ready handsomely paid off—his per centage of “Cactus Flower,” a film he made a couple of years ago with Ingrid Bergman and Goldie Hawn, has so far amounted, to more than a million dollars. And he's also on the way to making another million or so as his share of the profits from each of his two most recent pictures—“A New Leaf,” a wacky comedy in which he is co‐starred with Elaine May, and “Plaza Suite,” the film version of Neil Simon's exceedingly successful Broadway play. So, unlike almost every other compulsive gamb er in the country, Matthau is nowadays just about literally rolling in money. Besides, pleased with the way that his career is going, with his marriage, with his three children, and with his seaside home in Pacific Palisades, Calif., Matthau is even happy, an emotion not normally associated with the compulsive gambler.
HOW does a compulsive gambler get to be one? The story of Matthau's life is perhaps an object lesson to all of those who have lately been spend ing their lunch hours in Grand Cen tral Station to wait in line for the dubious privilege of giving away their money to Howard Samuels and his Off track Betting Corporation. In any event, Matthau was born on the lower East Side of Manhattan on Oct. 1, 1920, the son of an impoverished Russian‐Jewish immigrant from Kiev, in the Ukraine, and of a Lithuanian born Jewish mother.
When Matthau was 3 years old, and his older brother, Henry, was 5, his father, a worker at such odd jobs as serving subpoenas for law firms, lit out for parts unknown, leaving him and his brother to be raised by their mother, Rose, who managed to scrape a marginal living for herself and her sons by working as a sewing machine operator in garment district sweatshops. In 1935, when Matthau was 15 years old, he learned of his father's death in Bellevue Hospital. His mother is still living, and—sup ported in the grand manner by her sons (Matthau's brother lives now on Long Island and is a jobber of surplus Army‐Navy goods)—divides her time these days between a penthouse on West End Avenue and a condo in Miami Beach.
During his childhood, Matthau, his brother and his mother lived in succession of cold‐water tenement apartments in the Ukrainian area of the Lower East Side, that is, around East Fifth Street near Second Av enue, being forced to vacate each apartment after only a few months because they'd got so hopelessly far behind in the rent that their land lord would have them evicted. Years later, when Matthau briefly sublet Paul Newman's house in Hollywood for $3,700 per month, he recalled with a shake of his head that $3,700 was more money than the Matthau family had spent on rent during 20 years on the Lower East Side. Mat thau, however, hasn't the slightest nostalgia these days for his poverty ridden childhood. “It was a night mare—a dreadful, horrible, stinking nightmare,” he grimly remembers.
On the Lower East Side, Matthau recalls, the highest ambition of most of his class ates was some day to become a salesman for a garment district dress house, for he himself secretly had far more exalted am bitions — by the age of 8, a day dreamer, a loner, a reader of Shake speare, he'd already determined to become a famous writer and actor. Encouraged by a teacher who ad mired his speaking voice, Matthau appeared in a number of school plays and also regularly recited poetry in school assemblies. On East Fifth Street, anyone who evinced an interest in poetry was thought by his classmates to be seriously lacking in machismo, and Matthau often found himself getting beaten up at recess by schoolyard bullies. So, already feet tall by the age of 10 (he weighed only 90 pounds, however, and, says Matthau, who is today 6 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 180 pounds; “when I drank cherry soda, I looked like thermometer”), he put himself through a regimen of muscle‐building until “I had Popeyelike bumps on my skinny arms and could beat up any body who made snide remarks about my poetry reading.”
When Matthau was 11 years old, in fact, one of those whom he alleges to have beaten up in the schoolyard was none other than Rocky Graziano, who grew up, of course, to become the middleweight boxing champion of the world. Of Matthau's claim to having beaten up Graziano, one can unequivocally make the following statement: The story either is or is not true.
IN any event, along with being a compulsive gambler, Matthau is also something of a compulsive stretcher of the truth. Or, to put it perhaps a bit more tactfully, a compulsive weaver of fiction when it comes to talking about his past. For example, bored with repeating the story of his life over and over again to interview ers, Matthau has on more than one occasion told newspapermen and magazine writers that his father was a defrocked Russian Orthodox priest who'd had to flee for his life from Czarist Kiev in 1906 because he'd been preaching sermons in support of Pope Pius X. And this story, told by Matthau to interviewers with an absolutely straight face, has appeared several times as the God's truth in such usually accurate publications as Time and Current Biography.
NOT long ago, too, when Matthau was in New York for a round of newspaper, maga zine, radio and TV interviews to promote “Plaza Suite,” chanced to be in earshot when he told a story to Neil Simon that he'd heard the night be fore from Gene Saks, the director, about a somewhat aging and hard ‐ of hearing actor who'd had trouble re membering his lines in a play last winter at the Palm Beach Playhouse in Florida. So, as Matthau told the story to Si mon, a prompter, unseen by the audience, was hidden in a hole cut into the front of the stage and instructed to call out only key words to the actor when a line was for gotten. “Drastic,” whispered the prompter when the actor went up in his lines on the opening night of the play. From the hard ‐ of ‐ hearing actor, no response. “Drastic,” repeated the prompter in a somewhat louder voice. Again, no response. “Drastic,” the prompter now all but shouted. Still no response, upon which a man in the second row of the orchestra stood up and yelled “Dastic!” The actor heard him, smiled, remem bered his line, and the play went on.
As show‐biz stories go, not bad. Not so great, either. The following evening, however, happened to be on hand when Matthau was being inter viewed by David Frost on Frost's TV talk show and was asked, “What was your most embarrassing moment in the theater?” And, without batting an eyelash, Matthau pro ceeded to tell the “drastic” story as though it was some thing that had happened to him years ago on Broadway.
He concocts personal anec dotes that aren't true, Mat thau later somewhat abashedly told me, because they liven up otherwise boring inter views and make his past seem more colorful than it really was. “Like saying that my father was a Catholic priest — I figure that makes me more interesting than just another Jewish actor who had a pair of Jewish parents,” Matthau explained to me with a grin. “Jewish and Catholic— if I can just work a Protestant into my background, I'm all set.”
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