Galicnik which extends on the falls of mount Bistra is found 110 km away from the capital city of Macedonia. It takes place in the Short North and downtown riverfront areas on June 23. A very beautiful and memorable cover song in every way.
Who would have thought it, but over the past few years, the midwestern town of St. Louis, Missouri has become a rich cultural mix of people from around the globe. St. Louis has historically been home to large German, Italian, French, and Irish populations because of its location on the Mississippi River and importance as a trading center and the Gateway to the West. Add to that a swelling of Hispanic, Bosnian, Russian, and Asian immigrants, and St. Louis is rapidly becoming a rather cosmopolitan mix. As before, these groups tend to cluster in neighborhoods and you can see this by the increase in ethnic groceries, restaurants, and shops throughout the city.
This month, Das Bunker Atlanta will featured a performance from Nilaihah Records artist END: the DJ. He’ll be flying in for the next to last stop on his year-long, worldwide tour that had him in Australia, New Zealand, and Mexico earlier this year. Known for his hard-hitting DJ sets that mix EBM, rhythmic noise, hardstyle, aggrotech, and industrial dance, END is sure to blow everyone away.
If you’re in Gahanna on July 4th, take in the Gahanna Freedom Festival at the Gahanna Municipal Golf Course. This Independence Day celebration features a 5K run, fireworks, games and more.
4- Live to Tell – This ballad, off the 1986 album, “True Blue”, is very dramatic in its composition and is simply a classic in the annals of pop music. Featured in then husband Sean Penn’s film “At Close Range”, the song took off to reach the top spot in Billboard’s Number Top 100 List and is still as alluring today as it was then.
Last but never ever least: Mya and Dmitry, with a Salsa. Okay, so I hadn’t realized that Mya was a Maryland girl. As a fellow native Marylander myself, I have to like that. I Googled it and as it turns out, she went to my sister-in-law’s high school, and was three years behind her. (I know, fascinating.) And that Salsa was just what I expected it to be: Fast, super sexy and downright impressive Latin motion. Bruno yelled “sen-sat-ion-al!” Carrie Ann called it “hot beyond belief”, and Len said “tooty fruity, what a booty” and “I was mesmerized by your buttocks”. Ha ha ha! Mya and Dmitry Chaplin’s Dancing with the Stars week 9 second round scores: 10, 10, 10 = 30.
For those who were unable to attend the festival, there are still ethnic dance and music events scattered around the area that you can take in all year long. Some of them even feature some of the “heartland folks” themselves.
So stop looking over those people who might be judgmental of you and your performance. Just get on the dance floor, warm your dancing feet and let the fire in you burn!