If pink and fluffy is not your style and you are looking for sometime dark then you are in luck. You can read about the history of the lighthouse in the museums on site. Friday, March 11th: Cradle of Filth at Starland Ballroom.
I love a custom car. My dream is to create the ultimate custom car. I have several problems to work around though. First of which was not owning a car. I cured that by buying a $900 black 1998 Volvo 240GL. Now I have my car, one problem solved. Secondly, I am a 32-year-old gal who knows nothing about the mechanics of cars. I just know I like cars, and I like my cars to look good. This will be my first car project. My goal is to do a complete, non-mechanical overhaul of the interior and exterior of my car. A friend of mine works on his own cars and has most of the equipment needed to do just about anything to a car.
Something else to watch out for is that you get the right ratio for your projector. The Draper Luma screens come in different ratios, for a HD projector you will want a 16:9 screen ratio. Otherwise, you will have to deal with wasted space on the viewing area which does not make for a good home theater screen.
For those expecting a 1,920×1,080-pixel resolution display, you’ll have to spend more money for the HP Spectre XT TouchSmart; the Envy’s resolution is 1,366×768 pixels, which is what we’re seeing on many sub-$1,000 ultrabooks.
For more info: See this previous article for more information on the Rites of Darkness II Festival. The venue for the festival has apparently been confirmed as the White Rabbit.
Fred knew from day one that Mr. Grimes considered him a true Christ killer who had personally pounded in at least two of the nails and would burn in hell forever for what he had done.
I might not have even become aware of the band, had I not previously been acquainted with its keyboard player, Rhiannon Wisniewski, who was an integral component to the now-defunct, Cleveland-based underground black metal band Somnus.
The festival, taking place on October 11, will feature two stages filled with metal bands from all over Florida. Presales for the show are available now for $10. The day of the show the price goes up to $12 for those 21 and over and $15 for those under 21. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the first band, Suns of the Morning Star, go on at 8 p.m.
This looks like it’ll be an exciting show — it’s the spirit of the old school riding high again and, if we’re lucky, carrying on the best tradition of metal.