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The Psychology of Driving Distractions
The infographic is one of its own kinds since it highlights the major and most important issue. The number of accidents have really increased and we need to minimize this count as much as we can. Go through this infographic and you would find wonderful ways to become a careful and a responsible driver. The whole world is getting smarter so why not you! Find out interesting facts regarding distractions and discover the psychology of a driver through this infographic in a smarter way.Read More
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- The Top 5 Music & Dance Bucket List Items for New Orleans NOLA (Infographic)
When visiting a world-renowned music and dance destination like New Orleans Louisiana, widdling down a "must-do" list can prove to be somewhat of an impossible task. However, we've tried to get you the barest of bones, these are the basic of basic, items of things to check off your list when in New Orleans LA. And, in case the infographic doesn't load, we've written out what those 5 things are right here. 1.) Attend Jazz Fest:Attend every day of (and eat at least 1 item from every food vendor at) The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (Jazz Fest). Anyone can hit a single day or even a weekend of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival but it takes real strength of character, a fair bit of money, and plenty of sunscreen to attend all 7 days and sample at least 1 item from all 74 food vendors on the fairgrounds. 2.) Club Hop The Marigny: Because many of the music venues in the famous Marigny Triangle don’t have a cover charge, club hopping along Frenchmen’s 600 block is not by any means “undoable”. Visit D.B.A. (offering more than 160 beers and featuring local acts that are a part of NOLA’s famous musical family), the Spotted Cat Music Club (a tiny club that delivers local music from brassy jazz combos to acoustic strummers), the classic Snug Harbor (where on Friday nights Ellis Marsalis, patriarch of the Marsalis clan, holds court upstairs), The Penthouse for the Buena Vista Social at The Maison (offering a high-energy mix of salsa, bachata, and reggaeton), & Mojitos (hosting a great lineup of live music and dance). 3.) Request a Tune for the Dueling Piano’s: You won’t want to miss checking out Pat O’Brien’s. Although now a franchised business and found in many states, the original in New Orleans is and was made famous for it’s Old French Quarter architecture, dueling pianos, & it’s contributions to what is now commonly known as a hurricane drink. This is authentic as it gets and more fun than most can handle. 4.) Parade in a Second Line: One of the best things about New Orleans is that sometimes, seemingly out of nowhere, a second line parade just starts rolling down the street. When that happens, you drop everything and roll with them. The "first line" makes up the members of the actual club and the brass band. Those who follow the club and band just to enjoy the music are called the "second line." Dozens of different second line parades are put on throughout the year and range in size, the level of organization and traditions. But in all cases, they will include a brass band, jubilant dancing in the street and members decked out in a wardrobe of bright colors with the spontaneous energy of a block party. The parades are not tied to any particular event, holiday or commemoration; rather, they are generally held for their own sake (or in the wake of a funeral in historic fashion) and to let the good times roll. 5.) Hear the Church choir at St. Louis Cathedral: Religious music is far from boring in New Orleans and few cities in the world are as instantly recognizable by their buildings as is New Orleans by the St. Louis Cathedral and its position overlooking Jackson Square. Take in the St. Louis Cathedral Church Choir alongside the amazing Jazz Fest Shabbat at Touro Synagogue, the Trinity Church Organ Series, and the Soulful Voices Choir at St. Augustine Church to get a musical experience unlike any other.
- Wedding Photography Facts
Most brides and grooms are now getting married in their late 20s or early 30s. There’s a large list of what couples are spending on specifics for their wedding and photography comes in at number 3 for the third largest expense, with venue and reception band taking the top spots. Couples now spend over $30,000 just on their wedding day alone. The average cost of a wedding still runs nearly $20,000. For comparison, the median household income in the United States was $53,657. The average amount a couple says they will pay for videography at their wedding over the next year is $1,134. Engagement photography is also a significant part of the wedding expense equation. More than half of recently engaged couples plan to spend over $250 for engagement shoots.More and more are turning to wedding experts to ensure their big day goes off smoothly. Coordinating a ceremony can be hard work, and 26% of couples hired a professional wedding planner in 2011. Pictures and video ensure couples have long-lasting memories of their treasured day. To prevent any mishaps, nearly 90% of couples hired a professional photographer for their ceremony. With the proliferation of video in social media, more couples are requesting highlight videos for purposes of sharing glamorous and/or meaningful moments with their friends and followers. 68% of couples will hire a videographer for anywhere between 3 and 8 hours over 90% of couples expect videographers to be present for both the ceremony and reception.
- Things to do before professional packers arrive
Moving from one place to another with all your belonging is the toughest task. Hiring professional movers can make your moving job easy. Professional movers have an experience to carry your belongings. Professional NYC moving can be the best option for hiring movers.
- Online vs. Traditional Education [Infographic] | dslitereview.com
What is the difference in online versus traditional education? Right now we reveal some key differences between online learning and traditional campus-based classes.Check out the infographic below from Dslitereview.com. There are certain basic things that we need to understand to learn effectively and happily. They are formulated in the form of the seven commandments.
- How to Studying Abroad Start Your Journey With APSA
APSA is one of the best overseas education consultants in Delhi NCR. It's the perfect destination for students who are looking for expert guidance to study abroad and professional consulting services. Since their inception in 2005, ASPA has helped to fulfil the dreams of numerous students, by providing them with a clear vision about which country and which educational course they should choose.Walk into their office in Delhi NCR to clear all your doubts about overseas education. Besides a welcoming environment, realistic and thorough counselling shall be provided to aspiring students and their family. The structure and pattern of education and related cost for overseas education are explained up to the satisfaction of the client.
- Metal Versus Tile Roofing
The debate as to which is better between metal and concrete is something that homeowners are faced with. When it comes to cement roofs, concrete or terracotta tiles are what used, although terracotta is more expensive by virtue of the material and the work involved.http://www.tipsntricks.com.au/metal-versus-tile-roofing/