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Mocambo Quintet live at Jazzino

Mocambo Quintet live at Jazzino
Event on 2018-03-03 13:00:00
Il repertorio spazia tra i grandi autori Italiani:Ivano Fossati, Lucio Dalla, Pino Daniele e Paolo Conte al quale la band destina lamaggior parte dei brani in programma.I componenti della Band sono musicisti di lunga esperienza.Sandro Mura -PianofortePianista tra i più apprezzati in Sardegna, autore di numerosi brani incisi con ilgruppo SUNFLOWER. Pierpaolo Frailis – BatteriaTra i più talentuosi batteristi della scena isolana. Ha alle spalle una lunga carrieramusicale e discografica.Ha inciso con i più grandi musicisti isolani tra cui FrancescaCorrias, Alessandro Diliberto, Stefano Danna, Massimo Ferra.Ha fatto parte dei più importanti progetti musicali della scena isolana.Sese Corrias – Chitarre e voceCantante e chitarrista ,profondo conoscitore della musica d'autore Italiana e inparticolare quella di Paolo Conte.Ha suonato anch'esso con i più conosciuti musicisti isolani.Le sue performance, ironiche e sensibili, portano l'ascoltatore dentro il mondosurreale di Paolo Conte e di tutta la canzone d'autore.Alessandro Atzori – ContrabbassoAttivo sulla scena jazzistica italiana dal 2003, in questi anni ha suonato, registrato ecollaborato con numerosi musicisti nazionali ed internazionali tra i quali:Sheila Jordan, Fabrizio Bosso, Max Ionata, Luca Mannutza, ElladeBandini,Francesca Corrias, Massimo Ferra, Billy Secchi.Incide per diverse case discografiche nazionali.Marco Argiolas – Sax e clarinettoDiplomato in clarinetto e sassofono presso i Conservatori di musica di Cagliari eBologna.Ha suonato con i più grandi musicisti nazionali e internazionali tra i quali:Quartetto Bach Jazz Ensemble, Orchestra Jazz della Sardegna di Sassari, BigBand P. Carrus, Paolo Fresu, Billy Sechi, Nonnis Big Band e in Quintetto con EvaEmmingerova, Francesca Corrias, Alessandro Di Liberto, Daniele Russo, FabrizioBosso.Insegnante di clarinetto, collabora come sassofonista presso il Teatro Lirico (Ca). Ingresso 5€  ** INFO: Please read below for info in English  [IT]: NON TROVI IL BIGLIETTO ONLINE?Riserviamo solo una quantità ristretta di posti per la vendita online. Se non trovi disponibile il tavolo che fa per te, chiamaci allo 0708571621 o al mobile 3914603924 (anche sms/whatsapp). PRENOTAZIONI ONLINE SU EVENTBRITEPuoi prenotare il tuo tavolo da Eventbrite, scegliendo una delle tipologie disponibili (posto singolo, tavolo da 2, da 3 e da 4).   ORARISiamo aperti dalle ore 19:00, mentre i concerti iniziano intorno alle 21:30. Gran parte degli show sono divisi in due set, con una pausa di 15-20 minuti.  CUCINA & SERVIZIODurante le esibizioni live, il nostro staff presterà massima attenzione e si muoverà con discrezioni tra i tavoli, per non disturbare gli artisti sul palco.La cucina del Jazzino, curata dal giovane chef con esperienza internazionale Luca Marini, è una cucina sana e creativa che valorizza al meglio i prodotti freschi e stagionali del territorio.  PRENOTAZIONI SENZA CENAI posti per solo drink sono limitati. Consigliamo pertanto di prenotare con ampio anticipo.  CHE CONCERTO TROVERAI?Da quest’anno abbiamo introdotto i codici colore per identificare le serate caratterizzate da diversi generi musicali e per ampliare la scelta ad altri generi musicali vicini al jazz.Il tipo di serata sarà quindi immediatamente riconoscibile già dalla grafica delle immagini dell’evento, e ti guiderà così nella scelta.Il colore azzurro scuro indica concerti prevalentemente jazz.Il colore rosso porpora indica concerti swing.Il colore marrone per serate di world music.Il colore giallo indica concerti che varieranno tra funk, soul e r'n b.Il colore turchese indica serate di musica d'autore, reading e performance teatrali.Il colore viola indica i concerti a carattere più pop.   [EN] CAN’T BOOK A TABLE ONLINE?We sell online only a small amount of seats at the club. If you cannot find the right table for you, we suggest you either call us on our landline +39 070 8571621 or our mobile (even via whatsapp or sms) +39 3914603924.  BOOK YOUR TABLE ON EVENTBRITEYou can book your table at the club on Eventbrite.com, simply choosing the table you want (single seat at the bar, table for 2, 3 and 4 people).   TIMINGWe open at 7 pm and the concerts usually start at 9:30 pm. Most of the shows are split into two sets, with a 15-20 minutes break.  MENU & SERVICEDuring the shows, ur staff will move around discreetly to not bother the artists on stage.Jazzino’s cuisine, managed by our young internationally experienced chef Luca Marini, is healthy, creative and based on the best local seasonal products.  BOOKING FOR ONLY DRINKWe have really few seats for only drink. Please call us way in advance to book your seat only for drinks.  WHAT KIND OF MUSIC WILL YOU FIND?We are introducing the color codes to identify the different music genres of each night.In this way, the kind of music is immediately recognizable from the color of the event’s image.Dark blue is for jazz.Red is for swing.Yellow is for funk, soul and r 'n bBrown is world music.Light blue is author music, reading etc.Purple is for pop music.

at Jazzino
74 Via Carloforte
Cagliari, Italy

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It is Possible to Live Happily Ever After


by mallix

Until death do us part, is a phrase that is commonly found in the marriage vows of most civil ceremonies. Young couples that fall in love and make a promise to be with each other throughout their lifetime can wake up one day to realize that the person they fell in love with is not the person they married.

Although many people that once saw eye to eye and pledged their undying love to a member of the opposite sex wake up one day to the uncertainty of that love it is not uncommon for couple to drift apart. Having different interests and different goals for career and family plans can drive a wedge between to lovers that vowed to share their lives together.

There are many vices and outside forces that can contribute to the weakening of a marriage and in some cases people that thought they had found their one true love may discover that their love was blind to the real person they though they fell in love with. After the masks of dating come off and the reality of marriage sets some people feel that they were disillusioned by their feelings for their spouse and after a few weeks or months start to see what they did not see before.

The truth is no one is perfect and it is foolish to think that someone is perfect or that they will not have any faults, weaknesses or flaws. It may take years to recognize the reality that a marriage is not working and that splitting up is the only viable solution to resolving conflicting opinions. When a marriage falls apart divorce may be the only real solution for allowing two people to get on with their lives and find greater happiness than they did within the marriage. For some divorced couples happily every after comes at the end of a marriage not the beginning.

These Law Offices http://www.pinkhamlaw.com mediate divorces whenever possible, avoiding the anger, the high cost and Court. Billings Farnsworth is a freelance writer.

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How to Overcome Depression and Start Living the Life You Want to Live Now

For four decades I rolled around threw pity parties one after another and just lived in a low level depression – Through choices made life just became worse as time marched on and when thinking this has got to be the lowest level of life – it just became deeper and thoughts of suicide crept in and overtook my mind, body and soul. I didn’t even know that you could live a life cloaked in absolute depression and that’s what it was complete and utter clinical depression.

What do you do to over come depression? You quickly and drastically change your life – You literally rip of that mental handicapped Band-Aid and change yourself immediately and with no looking back. First things first – start some daily activity the completely engulfs your mind and body. Something that will not give you time to think about anything else but what is in front of you at that moment.. Things like learning to ride a motocross bike, rock or mountain climbing, kick boxing, or karate. I chose motocross because it requires the most physical abilities that you can muster and you have to be laser focused at all times to stay up right cross the finish line. Not to mention the flat out thrill you get from making thirty to fifty foot jumps and catch some air to boot.

Change your eating habits to one that will fuel your new activities properly. Eating lots of carbs and sugars and caffeine will only keep you in a cycle of being a loser. Drink tons of water and take plenty of vitamin supplements. Eat more seafood, raw veggies like broccoli, carrots, bell peppers, onions, etc.

 Get out of yourself and help others – Join organizations like Habitat for Humanity, get involved with your neighborhood charities and church. Helping others helps you by seeing that you really do not have it that bad at all.

 To recap: Plenty of Activities, Healthy Diet, Help Others and you have to make these three things a habit – “Thirty days makes a Habit” they say. In the past we have made a habit of doing and thinking negative things and this had become our life – You can chose what your habits are in life. Getting rid of depression starts by ridding your lifestyle of unneeded mental and physical handicaps we have imposed on ourselves.

Another must do is get professional help – Shop around for a therapist – not all are a good match – and believe it or not some therapist live in depression and do not even know themselves. So find a positive up beat person that you can see weekly or even daily if need be at first. Get everything out on the table with them – no secrets – cleanse your mental inventory and let them help you rebuild and reclaim a good healthy happy life without depression.

The above sounds good and in a perfect world we could just do it and there would be no problems – but our body and mind reject change a lot of times and this is where the fight for a good life comes in and must be paid close attention to. When it’s time to exercise, eat, work, or interact with family and we “don’t feel like it” – that’s the little guy or gal inside of you that holds you back and wants to keep you in your funk or depression. You literally have overcome all obstacles and get out of your comfort zone to accomplish this mental health miracle.

Changing your career may be a part of you healing yourself. For years I worked in a office and gained weight until I was almost 500 pounds of depressing blubber who only thought about the next break to get more food. Changing to a job that required lots of physical activity and being outside for eight to twelve hours a day was a huge key in getting rid of depression for myself. I slept better at night from being physically exhausted from a hard days work.

Sadly my spouse had to go as well – she was in the same boat I was in but did not want to overcome her depression. For several years I tried helping her to become a mentally healthy person – but her misery was her best friend and she did want to let go – Even though leading by example and showing her how my life had turned around, she only wanted the comfort of her helplessness and shroud of misery that was kept alive inside of her. Her eating habits also had her teetering at the four hundred pound mark and her heart problems and diabetes were caused by this unhealthy lifestyle.

Folks it not easy for everyone on this rock we live on – But it can be better by the simple choices we make. A woman that works for the same company as myself is one of the most positive and happy people that I have had the opportunity to meet in my life. Quite honestly we all thought she was on all kinds of medications to make herself this way. But getting to know her by talking on our lunch break, it turns out that she long ago decided to be happy no matter what life threw her way and it became a habit. Her mother suffered from severe depression and she decide that she was not going to live the life her mom had chosen.

Yes there are things that happened to us in childhood that deeply scar and crush our want to live or even survive. Some of us hang on these memories like a badge of honor as so to explain away why we are the way we are and live. “Stinking Thinking” is a habit of depression that helps us perpetuate the downward spiraling lifestyle.

Changing one’s life is a fight or flee type of feeling you get – In the past I would flee when change came upon my doorstep. Now, it gets a mental black eye and is not allowed to loiter in my mind. Constant change for the better can be made a great habit in it’s self to help you overcome depression and it will if you so chose to let that be your truth today.

Jonny Sterling is an Online Marketer – Seafood Chef – and a Seasoned Sales Veteran with over 30 years experience. Signs of Depression

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How To Live In Another Country

How To Live In Another Country
As we all know, living in a foreign country is not an easy thing? we may meet many difficulties but no friends or relatives can give us a help, because everything there is unfamiliar to us. We have to spend a long time on getting used to, including the basic language, and the common communication. Here you can get some tips you need note if you are living in a foreign country.
Learn to immerse yourself into the foreign country
If you are new to a country, immerse yourself: check out the public transport system, visit museums and galleries, drink coffee and tea at local cafes, join the gym, and talk to local people.
Learn the local language
Enroll in a language class teaching the language most people speak. This will allow you to slowly converse with the people at the shops, hair dresser, taxi driver etc. and will give you a good insight into the culture.
Stop to make a comparison with your home country
If you continuously compare your home country with your country of residence you won’t do yourself a favor. The fact is they are different, some things are better and some things are more challenging.
Write a trip journal
Write a personal journal about your experience living abroad. You might also want to stick in newspaper clippings or interesting things you’ve found on your field trips
Share your experiences
Entertain those people you left behind with news from the new world. You could write some of the news you’ve written about in your journal into a blog, upload some pictures and or send regular updates via email or mail.
Make new friends is essential
Depending on the reason you live abroad you might be working or be an expat wife. Both of those scenarios will bring you in contact with new people. Making new friends takes time but the advantage of living abroad is that there are likely to be other people in the same boat as you.
Keep contact with the friends in your own country
Another good source of emotional support is a good connection with loved ones back home. In today’s society it is very easy to stay connected via all the different social networks like Facebook, Twitter etc. and the means of cheap of free call facilities like Skype, Viber etc. Use them!
Be an Explorer
Living abroad means that there is a whole new surrounding to explore. Treat yourself to holidays in places you’ve never been, visit the tourist attractions in the region, savour the local cuisine and become an explorer close from a new home.
Invite your old friends
Keeping old friends also requires nurturing those friendships. Offer your home, if you can, to visiting friends from your home country. You will be surprise how many intimate moments can be experienced while you’re hosting your friends.
Enjoy yourself
Make it your daily practice to enjoy the differences. Search out things to do you enjoy, like trying new cuisine, visiting new sites and local attractions, meet with people that you get along well with and that you would have never met if you stayed ‘at home’.
It is my first time going out to another country, these ten tips give me a great help, and make me get used to the new country rapidly. As long as we learn the language there and get along well with the people there, we can live better.

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How To Gain Respect And Live Responsibly


by kengo

When we begin a new year we generally go by a number of analyses in our brain of the earlier time and what we have accomplished or have still to achieve in our existence. Setting aims, releasing depressing thoughts, forgiving and motivated for a number of individual development is always on person’s brains, no issue what they have experienced in years. A lot of times, the idea of expert and monetary achievement or lack of is what a new year comes with, along with all the emotional thoughts which tag along. When you get the commendable approach all through your existence, it may constantly result in additional gifts upcoming your method with no purposely in search of them. This is the reason I support persons I train to create the three R’s an actuality in their life. They are: Respect for all your actions. , Respect for self and Responsibility for others People’s intentions are habitually not the actuality which they live. It’s not as they don’t desire to, but as they just don’t have the control to be constant with no aid from others. To bring a change in one’s manners and idea processes may challenge a personnel’s determination. The majority persons alone are not strong-minded as much as necessary to glue with it all throughout the instant it takes to achieve their objective. It’s not at all too late to begin to be alive your existence in a responsible and respectful method, so your every day connections may put on a helpful path. So let’s begin with a number of the views and actions which are linked with responsibility and respect. All according to the views of MR Dema UK

Respect for Self is a sense of self-confidence and delight in one’s owns abilities and importance. Having view for one’s quality, and one’s behavior with admiration of one’s self elevates our consciousness of who we are. Self- respect is the foundation stone on which a lot of additional attributes are made like as honestly, loyalty, confidence, and integrity. Feeling excellent about you, thinking sufficient of manually to create decisions which may be superior for your extended term physical, spiritual, mental health and emotional, can pick up your nature and self value. Forever enclose yourself with persons who have your most excellent interests concerned, who think about about your feelings and thoughts.Customer Service, Business

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College Life Is Now Online Live

College life is a lot of fun, but unlike high school, you need to be more serious with schoolwork to make it through with flying colors. But with a lot of pressure, from part time jobs and other concerns apart from the numerous essays and theses you need to complete, it can be really challenging.

For a lot of reasons, college students like me need some help in some subjects and common issues pertaining college life. And I am so glad to have come across this very helpful website www.CollegeConvo.com. After becoming a member of this online community exclusive for college students, connecting with classmates has become a whole easier even in the comfort of home. I even get to befriend the members of the elite circle of students which would not normally happen in the campus, considering their status and fame.

Another good feature that made me take the website by heart is the fact that it offers more benefits other than connecting with friends. You can join discussions and forums about home works and exams, something that you cannot do with the other ordinary social networking sites. At the same time, you get fresh updates from friends and schoolmates about the latest news and events in the university where you are attending. And when you are looking for books and other materials that you need in some of your subjects, this is the perfect place to look for the best deals and affordable prices.

If you have photos or videos to share, you can also upload them anytime to the site. Being a member has given me access to new content uploaded daily by fellow members. Not only do I get to connect with students in my own campus but with other universities as well. It is also a good source of inside information about parties, night life, sororities, fraternities and all the other highlights of college life.

All these privileges are for free. Thats another fact that makes this website truly attractive for college students. I highly recommend www.CollegeConvo.com.

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Reasons to Live in Beaufort, South Carolina

When talking to clients about living in Beaufort, I am always interested to learn the various reasons they have for moving to (or remaining in) Beaufort. During my years in the area I have probably heard hundreds of reasons, but in this article I’ve decided to narrow it down to the top ten reasons to people love to live in Beaufort:

1. “I love Activities on the Water!” With all the beaches, rivers and tidal creeks that lie in the Beaufort area, we often have to ask clients what kind of water activities they’re looking for. Beach-goers love Hunting Island State Park for it’s beautifully secluded beaches and picnic areas.  If you’re looking for seclusion, then maybe private beaches like Fripp Island or Harbor Island.  Boaters who love to cruise or fish beware.  Beaufort has so many inlet rivers and tidal creeks, you could have trouble exploring them all in a lifetime.

2. “We love this Quiet Little Town.”  I might hear this more than any reason people live in Beaufort.  There are two types of Beaufortonians.  The first is born and raised here.  The second has moved here.  No matter which, they all agree that they love the small town feel.  In a time where most areas have far too much urban sprawl, Beaufort remains relatively unspoiled.  I cannot count the clients that have moved from larger cities such as Atlanta and Charlotte.  Big time development and gridlock traffic is something we here certainly don’t miss.

3. “Lots of culture and history.” Being the 2nd oldest town in South Carolina, Beaufort’s history is still prominent today.  Historic architecture, Gullah Culture, and past civil war monuments mark days gone by.  Our history has paved the way for a lot of tourism. Residents and visitors alike enjoy taking carriage tours of the downtown historic district, touring the Penn Center, and viewing the Antebellum homes in the Old Point section of town.

4. “All the Festivals.” You name it, we have a festival for it here.  Among these are the Water, Soft Shell Crab, Shrimp, Gullah, Sea Music, and Film Festivals to name a few.  The most famous is the Water Festival, which attracts tens of thousands.  In a smaller town, it is great to have constant city organized events to go to.  Seniors, families, and young love birds can all be seen in attendance.

5. “I’m ready to retire.” CNN Money, Reuters, and Carolina Living all named Beaufort, South Carolina to it’s top ten places to retire.  Dataw Island is commonly referred to as Beaufort’s best retirement community.

6. “It’s a GREAT place to raise a family.” Small town values and lack of big city distractions make the area a wonderful place to raise a family.  Living in a small town makes a community tighter.  The adults do more activities together, children grow up together forming with life-long friendships, and much of the big town mischief doesn’t happen here.  Families here also enjoy parks, festivals and boating activities held throughout the year.

7. “A good job market is important.” While no big industry resides here, historic and resort tourism, real estate and medical centers provide a very low unemployment rate and lots of jobs.  Beaufort Memorial, the resort islands of Harbor and Fripp, some of the prettiest property in the country all are part of what make the job market very strong.

8. “Wow, the weather!!” Mild climate is certainly one of the top reasons that clients move to Beaufort.  In the 70s for around 6 months a year, I cannot imagine anywhere to top our weather.

9. “Lots of Southern Hospitality and Charm.” The first thing I noticed when exploring the Beaufort area was how incredibly nice the people are.  If you don’t want to take my word for it, Southern Living readers have voted Beaufort the top Southern Small Town for 7 years in a row.

10. “All the Food!”  One of the things people really love Beaufort is the food.  Being a small town there are not thousands of restaurants like other big cities.  What the town lacks in quantity is makes up for in quality.  Unlike many cities, Beaufort hasn’t turned into a strip mall of chain restaurants.  On just about ever corner, there is a Mom n’ Pop’s eatery that will have your taste buds begging for more.  The best part is it’s all original.  If you eat at Yes Thai Indeed, LT’s County Cookin, or Bricks on Boundary you better enjoy it.  Because you won’t find these places any where else in the world. Delicious, original food is a Beaufort tradition.

Beaufort is a great place to live in. The reasons to live here are as varied as the people who give them. Beaufort attracts all kinds of people – singles as well as families, Northerners and native Southerners, younger and older people (and all the ages in between).

This article was written on behalf of Todd Covington, an experienced Beaufort SC real estate professional. His website includes a comprehensive local home search, financing information, and relocation resources for anyone moving to the area. Todd specializes in helping buyers and sellers find that perfect Battery Point home. For more information, visit Todd at LowcountryProperties.com

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