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July 2013

Rental Homes; Another Great Option

 Have you ever came to a point when you really want to take a nice vacation but the prices keep you at home? Or maybe you've just been there, done that and now would like to experience a little bit more.

 Well think about this...a rental home may be the perfect solution.

There's a lot to choose from. Rental homes may be available near popular destinations, (e.g. Niagara Falls, NY. or Canada, lake front locations and even on private islands!)

 O.K., in life - we all know, there will be times when we all have to share, so this is also something to look forward to.

"Well, what do I have to share?"

 Mostly time with others by socializing, planning and decision making. You'll all (or at least the majority of the group) will have to agree on things like:
  1. Where?
  2. How much?
  3. And with who?!

Again, I reiterate: ( at least the majority of the group). Some are o.k. just being a part-& that's perfectly alright.

 Once these 3 essentials have been discussed, now comes the fun part; GOING!

 The prices will be extremely reduced, you'll have the adventure of experiencing  different things with others you know (or don't know) and most importantly...like the sayin' goes...the more the merrier!

 "Without a sense of urgency, desire loses it's value"
-Jim Rohn

Get up and live life!

Contact Hall Travel and Associates for that perfect home rental for you, your family, freinds or whoever!

"Land, Sea or Air; We'll Get You There"

The Kings of the Mic Tour - (Dela Soul, Public Enemy, Ice Cube & LL Cool J) Cleveland, Ohio


 
 June 25, 2013, Cleveland, Ohio hosted the Kings of the Mic Tour at Jacobs Pavilion at the Nautica.

 Tuesday night seemed to be a bad time to have any concert (especially one of this status-Dela Soul, Public Enemy, Ice Cube and LL Cool J). Maybe the schedule would only allow them here for that night; whatever the case, hundreds showed-up to enjoy some ole' school hip hop on the shores of the Cuyahoga River.

 From the start, one of NYC's DJ's got the crowd into a good feel; with ole' school cuts, like Flashlight, songs by Whodini and several other ole' school cuts. His stand-out comment to the crowd was, "We come in peace. One love!"

(Viewers Discretion is Advised-Explicit Lyrics)

 Dela Soul added more excitement and continued to try to get the crowd amped! They performed songs like, "Me, Myself and I" and "My Buddy," which moved the crowd as the rain clouds moved in.

 Public Enemy continued it's hard-core barrage of jams like, "Fight the Power and Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos." And later, the thunder & lighting set a great back drop for Ice Cube and Dub C, as they showed Cleveland some love; performing some of their old cuts from NWA and also from his single recordings, which was non-stop "Gansta!" To name a few were songs like, "Natural Born Killaz" and "Today was a Good Day."

 LL Cool J ended the night with songs like, "Mama said Knock you Out" and "Hey Love."

 Overall, a great perfomance rain or shine. The pavilion is covered, which leaves the audence & performers in-tact.
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