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Coleman Lightweight PVC Extra Durable Double Camping Airbed with Wrap 'n' Roll Carry Bag, Blue
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Coleman Lightweight PVC Extra Durable Double Camping Airbed with Wrap 'n' Roll Carry Bag, Blue by Coléman

  • Punture GuardTM. Double LockTM valve. Carry bag included.
  • Colour: Blue; Capacity: 2 people
  • Weight: 2.8 kg; Dimensions: H 22 x W 137 x D 198 cm

Local Happenings --- Baha'i commemoration; Bible school; NPS Campfire ... - Contra Costa Times

Baha'i Faith. Commemoration of the Martyrdom of the Bab: 12:30 p. m. July 10, Baha'i Center, 4100 Clayton Road, Concord. The prophet-founder of the Baha'i Faith, the Bab, which means "the gate," was martyred on July 10, 1850. 925-360-0448, www. bahaifaithofwalnutcreek. Campfire National Park Service Hosts Campfire Program: 7 p. m. July 11, 4202 Alhambra Ave. , Martinez. Meet at the front gate. No reservations are required. Bring the whole family. Come with picnic blankets, lawn chairs, marshmallows and a desire to have a good time. Rangers will direct you from the gate to the fire ring. If it rains heavily, the program will be canceled. 925-228-8860, www. Summer concerts 'Sunset by the Lake' summer concerts: 6-8 p. m. alternating Sundays (final two weeks are consecutive), through Sept. 6, Pleasant Hill City Hall lawn, 100 Gregory Lane. Concertgoers asked to bring nonperishable food items for Monument Crisis Center. July 5: Extra Large, a taste of Santa Cruz. pleasanthillconcerts. Bible school Camp Kilimanjaro: An Epic Adventure Through Proverbs: 9 a. m. -noon July 20-24, First Presbyterian Church Concord, 1965 Colfax Street. Kids will enjoy songs, games, crafts, goodies and dramas. 925-676-7177, ext. fpcconcord. Fundraiser Source: www.contracostatimes.com

What I Learned Working at Tales of the Cocktail - Eater

’d been living on Molly’s futon for two whole days when I landed my first job in New Orleans at Tales of the Cocktail. This is the largest conference and trade show for the spirits and bartending industry in the world, right during July, the sweatiest pig of months. I wasn’t qualified in any way to work with so much booze at one time. I’d stayed away from froufrou cocktails since my sister brought me to a crappy French Quarter restaurant back during a Halloween trip in 2003. I’d ordered a Pink Squirrel and received a martini glass of PeptoBismol. I’d spent the next four years washing that taste away with Mickey’s Big Mouths in North Carolina’s finest dive bars and still considered vodka something to be chugged warm from the bottle at a house party while friends set fire to the bathroom... Tales of the Cocktail didn’t know that. They didn’t know anything about me. I simply e-mailed my résumé and got hired two hours later. There was no interview, phone call, or meeting to discuss my useless college degrees, my worthless skills, my ability to recite the first stanza of "Der Erlkönig" from memory, or the fact that I was currently homeless, unemployed, and watching my... There was just an e-mail instructing me to show up at a storage facility at seven the next morning if I wanted a job, so I did. I was there to help repack swag bags, a supervisor informed me. A swag bag is a bag filled with free products for people who don’t need free products. It’s a pack rat’s dream, just lots of stuff nobody asked for piled on more stuff nobody needs, presented as a little welcome gift for existing. "But some things got broken," the supervisor said, unlocking three large storage spaces. Before us sat two hundred bags of what celebrity vodka brand owner Dan Aykroyd might have described as Bags O’Glass. We needed to go through every single bag and repack them. "It’s kind of a nightmare," the supervisor said, but kind of a nightmare pretty much defined my recent work history. I’d spent a year grading standardized-test essays written by America’s worst fifth and eleventh graders, seated at a brown folding table in a subarctic strip mall. Before that, I’d baked and bagged cookies in a factory where we weren’t allowed to sit down and the bosses let their children and black Lab run around unsupervised until streaks of. Source: www.eater.com

“You are not welcome here”: At concerts and music festivals, fans with ... - Salon

Several years ago, I attended an outdoor music festival with a friend. I have a physical disability, cerebral palsy, that makes it difficult for me to walk long distances, and so we pulled up near the entrance to ask a parking attendant where the handicapped parking was located. Nowhere, we were told: There were no spots. Seeing as we were stopped near several rows of vehicles, we asked if we could just park there, as it was close to the front gate. That wasn’t an option, either: We could, but we ran the risk of being towed–and considering the festival was in an out-of-the-way location, in a state in which neither of us lived, that didn’t seem like a good option either. Luckily, because I’m a journalist, I had a contact at the festival that I could call. This person proceeded to find us, chew out the parking attendant for not allocating spots for handicapped parking–which was illegal, he was reminded–and led us to an area that was safe and close enough for me to get in and out with no problems. While this was an extreme case of discrimination, it wasn’t the only time my disability unexpectedly became an issue when I was going to see live music. There was the parking lot attendant at another venue who asked me and my husband, “Do you need to use the spot. ” when we asked about parking in the handicapped space we knew was near a door. (Um, why else would we be asking to park there. ) Another time at an old theater, an employee looked skeptically at me when I asked to use an elevator to get up to the top level where my seats were, as if I didn’t necessarily need to. (Again, why else would I be asking. ) And while attending SXSW some years ago, I had a bar actually tell my group we had to vacate the table and chairs at which we were sitting, as they had to be removed for the late-night shows that were scheduled to begin–which would’ve been fine... (Needless to say, we left and went elsewhere. ) And these are just a few of the things I’ve experienced, as someone who’s been an avid concert-goer for nearly two decades. Twenty-five years after the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act, public places, buildings and streets are arguably far more accessible now than they used to be. In addition, these laws have given people with disabilities legal... But although the ADA. Source: www.salon.com

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  • Local Happenings --- Baha'i commemoration; Bible school; NPS Campfire ...

    07/10/15 ,via Contra Costa Times

    National Park Service Hosts Campfire Program: 7 p.m. July 11, 4202 Alhambra Ave., Martinez. Meet at the front gate. No reservations are required. Bring the whole family. Come with picnic blankets, lawn chairs, marshmallows and a desire to have a good

  • Out and About in Lebanon: From carnivals to tractor pulls, get outdoors this ...

    07/09/15 ,via FlipSidePA

    7 P.M. SUNDAY >> Bring your lawn chairs and get comfy for some of the best Christian music around this coming Sunday in Fountain Park, South Market Street, Schaefferstown, when "The Wehry Family" comes to town. The Wehrys' are a gospel music family

  • What I Learned Working at Tales of the Cocktail

    07/02/15 ,via Eater

    One of them attempted to pull a chair out and sit, landing fat-bottomed on the floor, a small Chihuahua flying from her enormous zebra-print purse. Deb helped the "This is so rad," my sister said, meeting me at the front gate of Mardi Gras World

  • “You are not welcome here”: At concerts and music festivals, fans with ...

    07/01/15 ,via Salon

    Nowhere, we were told: There were no spots. Seeing as we were stopped near several rows of vehicles, we asked if we could just park there, as it was close to the front gate. And while attending SXSW some years ago, I had a bar actually tell my

  • Selfie sticks officially banned at Walt Disney World and Disneyland

    06/26/15 ,via fox6now.com

    our cast,” Disney World spokeswoman Kim Prunty said in a statement. Theme park guest relations will tag any selfie sticks at the front gate for storage during the day, and guests will be given a claim ticket to pickup their item when leaving the

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  • Sunday Homes: A place to relax, unwind

    07/27/15 ,via Corpus Christi Caller

    open plan kitchen so all can participate in entertaining. Places where I find home furnishings: The Castor Collection; H Lancaster Furniture Company; Frontgate; Pottery Barn; Crate & Barrel. My home's best feature: Open kitchen leading to deck over-looking ...

  • Frontgate to open first Arizona store near Scottsdale

    05/12/15 ,via azcentral.com

    Frontgate to open first Arizona store near Scottsdale The catalog-based furniture seller is opening a retail outlet at the Pavilions Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1Hh69zG

  • Frontgate Anders Loveseat

    05/15/14 ,via Men's Journal

    Patio furniture tends to be clunky ... and the cushions are made to resist fading and mildew - it'll survive years of outside use. [From $2,695; frontgate.com]

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