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This romantic peony flowers "reserved" sign is perfect for an elegant wedding. The card is double sided (prints on both sides). The floral design features blush pink, peach and white cascading watercolor flowers. Use these cards to reserve chairs or tables at your wedding ceremony, reception or...
Adirondack Beach Chairs Wedding Menu. This is an original design by La Bella Rue. Two COBALT BLUE / ROYAL BLUE Adirondack chairs with white background perfect for any beach side or summer wedding Save the Date. Gray Blue Ocean full color on the back. For inquiries about custom design changes by...
This flower lettering maroon "reserved" sign is perfect for a fall wedding. The card is double sided (prints on both sides). The design features a small bouquet of burgundy and peach flowers on bold typography for a modern elegant look. Use these cards to reserve chairs or tables at your wedding...
This southern belle calligraphy "reserved" sign is perfect for a modern wedding. The card is double sided (prints on both sides). The minimalist design features rustic yet elegant black and white typography with whimsical flourishes for a simple look. Use these cards to reserve chairs or tables...
This elegant calligraphy faded floral "reserved" sign is perfect for a fall wedding. The card is double sided (prints on both sides). The design features romantic and whimsical typography overlaying a gorgeous bouquet of blush pink, marsala and burgundy flowers. Use these cards to reserve chairs...
FESTIVAL BY THE SEA — Downtown Manchester-by-the-Sea. This all-day extravaganza taps into the long line of local talent with musical and artistic performers alike. Visitors can take in the sights of Masconomo Park while surveying the art and handcrafted items from some of the finest talent assembled. Local restaurants will showcase some of their most tempting creations, while area farmers and co-ops will be on hand with locally grown fruits and vegetables. The event is free, and there will be ample parking and a complimentary shuttle to and from satellite parking areas. Information: facebook. com/festivalbythesea CULTURAL SURVIVAL BAZAAR — Harvard University, 3 Kirkland Street, Cambridge, on Aug. A festival of indigenous arts, music, and cultures from around the world. The Cultural Survival Bazaars are a fair trade international market celebrating the world’s diverse cultures. Meet indigenous artists and fair traders who specialize in jewelry, weavings, instrument making, painting, pyrography, sculptures, embroidery, clothing design, textiles, beading, pottery, carvings and music. Shop unique-handmade art, jewelry, clothing, crafts, decor, tribal rugs and much more from communities throughout Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Enjoy free music performances from Ecuadorian Kichwa Band Yarina, music of Mali by Sidy Maiga and the Afrimanding, numerous presentations, educational displays, craft-making demonstrations, and food. Information: dave@culturalsurvival. org, bazaar. culturalsurvival. org/the-plaza , 617-441-5400. FRANKLIN CULTURAL FESTIVAL — at Franklin Town Common, Main Street, Franklin, on Aug. The festival will feature Pumpernickel Puppets at the Franklin Library, Zentangle at Jane’s Frames, Shakespeare on the Town Common, student music and art at Franklin High School and more. Events will take place at a number of places around town, including the Franklin Performing Arts Company, 15 W. Central St. The Black Box, 15 W. Central St. the Franklin Town Common. and Dean College, 99 Main St. GLOUCESTER BLUES FESTIVAL — Stage Fort Park, Gloucester. 8 (gates open at 9 a. m. , first act performs at 11 a. m. ). World-class blues will reverberate through the park with some of the nation’s finest performers playing from the stage. This year’s list of performers includes Biscuit Miller, Tinsley Ellis and Sugar Ray and the Blues Tones. The event will. Source: brookline.wickedlocal.com
The Albert , located downtown at Capitol Park , has newly listed units on the market. The newly remodeled building has quite the checkered past in Detroit, given that when developers evict old people, that's generally a bad thing. Er…however, in the case of The Albert, it's still not awesome, but the brilliantly remodeled apartment building makes this particular deal with the devil seem almost elegant. The lobby in the totally tricked out 1929 Albert Kahn building , once home to the Miles Theater , is a study in plush velvet banquets , stately lighting fixtures, and stone. The building's amenities start with that luxe lobby, and move right along to a pool table , a pet grooming room (there is an honest-to-God dog shower ), communal terraces with views of Capitol Park, and a laundry room so lavishly appointed that... Inside the apartments themselves, the hardwood floors are laid out in a very appealing chevron pattern. The kitchens feature quartz counters and custom, movable islands. Vintage Edison lights give the space the loft vibe many area developers unsuccessfully attempt without the usual horrifying spin on (so-called) luxury kitchens that is ubiquitous in so many upscale Detroit lofts and apartments. The bedrooms and living rooms have large windows offering views of the park ( or of an alley , depending on your location in the building). The bathrooms feature ceramic tile, glass and quartz. Clearly, no expense was spared, from the details in the apartments (Schlage door hardware, Solar Roller window treatments, subway tile galore), to the luxurious chairs and coffee station in that fab laundry room. If you can put aside the devil's bargain this place represents (cough, evicted seniors, cough), the Albert actually delivers on promises of grand living downtown that most newly rehabbed old buildings in the city are totally fibbing about. And Detroit proved this weekend that a deal with the devil isn't necessarily the worst thing, or at least not the worst way to spend a Saturday night. Units opening in August and September include a 6th floor corner apartment for $1525, one on the 5th floor for. Source: detroit.curbed.com
Fun, danceable Latin music, soulful blues, funky New Orleans infused jazz, uplifting gospel and the sounds of smooth jazz will fill the air surrounding Court Square in Springfield on Aug. 8 as people join together to share their love for music and art at the second Springfield Jazz & Roots Festival. "We were very happy with last year's festival. There were estimates of maybe up to 5,000 who came to Court Square throughout the day. The weather was beautiful and everyone was in good spirts and the music was certainly great," said Kristin Neville, executive director of Blues To Green and festival producer. Blues to Green uses music to bring people together, uplift and inspire, and to help build a more equitable and sustainable world. This year's performance schedule will feature the Charles M. Greenlee Ensemble with the Sci-Tech Band, Jesus Pagan & Conjunto Barrio, Deva Mahal, Jeff Holmes Quartet with Dawning Holmes, Elan Trotman, Avery Sharpe and the New England Gospel Choir,... Take a closer look at three of this year's headliners:. • Jesus Pagan & Conjunto Barrio – The seven-member group – performing salsa, Latin jazz, descarga, boleros, merengue, bomba, plena, cumbia, timba and reggeaton – have been sharing their love for Latin music throughout New England for six years. They have backed up artists like Edgar Nevares, Richie Bastar and Alfredo De La Fe, and in 2014 released an album entitled "Somos Del Barrio," which brought salsa to a whole new level incorporating mambo, jazz, salsa del solon, and salsathon among... • Avery Sharpe – No stranger to Springfield, Sharpe grew up in the city, where he was introduced to the electric bass in high school and the acoustic bass while studying at UMass Amherst. For 20 years, Sharpe played side by side with McCoy Tyner creating a rhythmic, infectious jazz sound. In 1994 he began his own record label and has released 10 albums, including the most recent paying tribute to Sojourner Truth. He returned to the city several times to perform, including in the late 1990s to premier his six-movement piece called. Source: www.masslive.com
Asher Israelow, who operates his eponymous studio out of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, made his Lincoln chairs from black walnut but incorporated brass dowels. “But there's a comfort with creating an elegant interior after the depths of the recession.”.
The event will have a beer garden and outstanding food vendors. Bring your own chairs or blankets (sorry, no pets, no umbrellas and no coolers). Tickets are $28 in advance or $40 at the gate. To purchase advance tickets online up until Aug. 2, and for
Er…however, in the case of The Albert, it's still not awesome, but the brilliantly remodeled apartment building makes this particular deal with the devil seem almost elegant. The lobby in the totally tricked out 1929 Albert Kahn building, once home
In addition to music for the ears, there will also be food for the soul including items to purchase from Blackjack Steakhouse, Neville's Creole Cuisin n' Catering, Nadim's, La Veracruzana, Elegant Affairs, Queenie's Island Cuisine, Happy Cow Ice Cream