Check out the full tour schedule below and head to the band’s website for tickets now.Flow Tribe Spring To Summer Tour Dates5/20 — Gramercy Theatre- New York NY *5/21 — Iron Works- Buffalo NY5/22 — Marion Court Room- Lancaster PA5/25 — The Broadberry- Richmond VA5/26 — The Riverjam Series- Charlotte NC5/28 — Hometown Holidays Music Festival- Rockville MD6/01 — The Hamilton- Washington D.C.6/02 — The State Theatre- Culpepper VA6/03 — Michael Arnone’s Crawfish Festival- Sussex NJ6/04 — Blue Side- Frederick MD6/12 — Southern Sportsman’s Festival – Westwego LA6/16 — Riverbend Festival- Chattanooga TN6/17 — Levitt Shell- Memphis TN6/23 — Lava Cantina – Baton Rouge LA6/24 — Duling Hall – Jackson MS6/25 — Vinyl Music Hall – Pensacola FL6/26 — Kitchen & Music House – Tallahassee FL6/28 — AJ’s – Destin, FL6/25 — Vinyl Music Hall – Pensacola FL6/26 — Kitchen & Music House – Tallahassee FL6/28 — AJ’s – Destin FL6/29 — TBD6/30 — Funky Biscuit – Boca Raton FL7/1 – 7/3 — The Green Parrot – Key West FL* w/ RIPE The New Orleans backbone cracking band Flow Tribe has announced a extensive Spring to Summer tour run. The group will make their way up down the east coast this May through July, including appearances at Michael Arnone’s Crawfish Festival, Hometown Holidays Music Festival and a throwdown at the Gramercy Theatre in New York, NY with RIPE on 5/20.
The past few months have been one of the most challenging times I’ve faced in my adult life. Back in March, when our school system announced that schools would be closed for two weeks due to the coronavirus, I remember panicking about what I would do with my kids for two weeks while I worked. Little did I know that almost four months later they would still be home!Don’t get me wrong. I love my kids. I love spending time with them, but on my schedule. Suddenly becoming a full-time, stay-at-home mom and teacher in addition to working full time was a recipe for disaster. And that’s pretty much how it played out. My husband and I struggled to balance our three kids’ different Zoom calls and assignments with our businesses. There were no breaks. When I would take a short break from work to get some lunch or tea, I would have three kids hanging on me asking for snacks or complaining about their siblings.We were exhausted. My well-planned, organized, compartmentalized life was suddenly turned upside down. Of course, I was grateful that we are all healthy and well during the pandemic. But the everyday reality of the struggles and challenges was really taking its toll. About three months in, I remember saying to my husband that if I didn’t have a break, I think I might have a breakdown.You get the picture. And perhaps you can relate. It’s times like these that I remember why it is so important to take care of myself and give myself a break. But that has been hard during the pandemic when you can’t go anywhere or meet up with anyone. I was exhausted and struggling to be my best self. continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Yesterday was the International Dog Day, and still no one in the world knows how one of the most famous breeds – Dalmatian, in fact an indigenous breed from Croatia. And not from America, as the whole world thinks. / / / INITIATIVE LAUNCHED TO COLOR A PEDESTRIAN CROSSING IN DARMATIAN DOG PATTERNS IN ZADAR By the way, the Dalmatian dog (Canis dalmaticus) is the most famous Croatian autochthonous dog breed in the world. The origin of the Dalmatian dog is based on paintings and records from church chronicles of the 16th – 18th century. The Dalmatian dog served as a military dog, guard at the border, companion of carriages and riders, as a hunting dog, bird and hound, and depictions of the Dalmatian dog were found on the altar painting “Mother of God with Jesus and angels” in the church of Our Lady of the Angels in Veli Losinj , the island of Lošinj, Croatia dating from 1600-1630, and frescoes from Zaostrog, Dalmatia, Croatia. It follows that the origin of the Dalmatian dog is in the eastern part of the Mediterranean, especially in the historical province of Dalmatia. And while in our country it was not possible, and still nothing can be done, in Spanish Galicia, the same idea was realized in just a few months and became part of their tourism-marketing plan. Smart people saw the article in the Croatian media, and implemented the same idea in themselves and turned it into an excellent marketing product. So simple, but not in Croatia. Always that “BUT” in Lijepa naša. / / / IT IS NOT POSSIBLE IN CROATIA, BUT THAT IS WHY IT IS POSSIBLE IN SPAIN. “ZEBRA DALMATINKA” REVIVED IN SPAIN Photo: Pixabay.com Back in 2018 in Zadar, an initiative was launched to paint the pedestrian crossing in Zadar in the colors of Dalmatians – Zebra Dalmatinka. But there was no hearing. Still, the Zadar zebra did not become a Dalmatian zebra due to the status quo and not a wave of the mindset or FT1P. That is how the Dalmatian dog got its name from the province of Dalmatia, ie from the Dalmatian people. And so the Dalmatinera brand is still in the category of another one of the huge potentials waiting for some better times. We have the holy grail in marketing (this is just one of many – like a tie, a pen, Tesla…) and a storytelling medium, we have it all again., But…