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March 26, 2014

Best ways to beat the holiday blues

Best ways to beat the holiday blues The piece, a terrific vehicle for actresses who sing, or vice versa, has had numerous off-Broadway and regional productions since its 1986 premiere. Audiences are bound to have high expectations toward Ms. McDonald, a five-time Tony Award winner for "Carousel," ""Ragtime," "A Raisin in the Sun," "Master Class" and "The Gershwins ' Porgy and Bess." Lonny Price directs. 'Violet' Roundabouttheatre.org Long before Tony-award winning composer Jeanine Tesori wrote "Thoroughly Modern Millie," "Shrek the Musical" and "Fun Home," she created the score for "Violet," a coming-of-age musical now being revived on Broadway. At the heart of the story is an isolated young disfigured woman, played by Sutton Foster, who sets out to discover herself and the world. Ms. Tesori's infectious score incorporates blues, gospel, bluegrass and country music. Ms. Foster, who won a Tony award for "Millie" and "Anything Goes," has the opportunity to display her acclaimed vocal chords and depth as an actress.
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Tony Holiday

And when they do, we go all out at it and then it becomes really difficult to beat the holiday blues. But worry not, here are few very simple steps that will help you to come out the holiday zone and get you back to work in no time. While vacationing and lazing around doing nothing can be one of the best ways of beating the stress. But after those holidays, you need to get productive again. And it sure makes for a great way of beating the holiday blues. It will not only make you feel good, but bring out the best of your abilities. Get on with your daily routine. While holidaying can break the tempo and displace you from the routines you have been settled in, getting back without giving it too much thought or resistance can help immensely. Hit the gym if you have been procrastinating it for some time.
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A 3 D holiday season

2 Now, Holiday is sponsored by Shaker harmonica microphones, and has a case filled with about 10 harp beauties that he kept close by during this interview. At the prompting of Wheeler, Holiday founded the Utah Blues Society six months ago with the help of KRCLs Brian Kelmhost of the Red, White & Blues program on Monday nightswho was recently appointed as the societys president. Dedicated to the celebration of the blues as well as spreading awareness of the genre, the Utah Blues Society hosts weekly blues shows at various venues and even flies in national blues artists to perform and hold workshops in their specialty instruments. So far, some of the featured artists have been Blues Hall of Famer Lazy Lesterwho did a workshop on harmonicaas well as Mississippi harmonica player Adam Gussow and legendary Texas guitarist/vocalist Guitar Shorty. In addition to bringing musicians to Utah, the Utah Blues Society supports local blues players. We raised money to send a Utah blues band to Memphis to compete in the nationals, Holiday says. With the enthusiastic response the Utah Blues Society has received, it looks to have a bright future. But Holiday admits the program still has a ways to go before its fully established. Its gonna take a really long time to get it off the ground because with social media these days, anybody can start something, but it takes a while to get actual substance, Holiday says.
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And if the deal is the norm it actually just trains the consumer to never buy at full price. The days of retailers making full margin in the lead up to significant holidays is gone. As we well know, in Australia shop windows were awash in sale signs in November and December, just like the rest of the year. If discounting was prevalent, digital was ubiquitous. If you didnt have a mobile enabled website, app, Pinterest-powered online store and click and collect offer, you werent in the race. This was the season where an online strategy was not a nice to have, but a must have. The best of the best executed it with military precision.
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