Kabomba has three main song writers. Neal Denton, Matt Schuster, and myself. During our shows if you here something that sounds like Daptone funk with a hint of Widespread Panic/Phish/Primus then that’s a Neal Denton. Matt tends to be the folkier and indie sound that borders on Modest Mouse and things like the Blue Hit. I come from a “punk” rock background admire people like Eugene Hutz from Gogol Bordello, Manu Chao, and big thompin Cumbia/Tribal music. Gotta give credit to our horn players who range from Ska and Reggae to the classically trained sounds of Jazz.
Just in time for the Fourth of July, Summer Adventures is offering half-price tickets. For just $15, you can enjoy unlimited rides, amazing shows and visit select Fair Park museums! Until July 7, guests can enjoy this deal by using the promo code “July4” when purchasing tickets online or at the gate. General parking is just $5 until the end of the summer.
Hit up the carnival friday when it opens and enjoy rides and a wonderfully greasey dinner. Then take a nice 5-10 minute walk down to the Hockey Rink, lay out a blanket and enjoy the Polenböller on top of the hill. The Hockey Rink is located behind the High School, beside the Police station, and is a less buisy yet superb view!
The software is also easy to use. Once it is loaded onto your computer, all you have to do is connect the USB and the camera and turn the camera on. It will load your pictures into the software. From there, you can edit, such as removing red-eye, lightening up the picture or making it a bit clearer, and you can also do some other cool things. Pictures can be made to look like cartoons, look like they are being viewed through a fish eye lens, and even have the edges of the picture turned dark so the subject shows better.
Short of good company and an amazing view a great way to enjoy your meal is eating outdoors on the restaurant patio. Even in winter many restaurants with outdoor spaces have heaters and some even provide blankets.
If your Belgian is only mildly distressed, it can pay off to take him outside and play with his favorite toy during part of the show (or storm, but please stay safe!). Ball and flying disc fanatics may ignore everything else while having fun.
The newest theme park to hit Disney World was Disney’s Animal Kingdom which opened on April 22, 1998. This park consists of 500 acres and is home to approximately 1,700 animals that represent about 250 different species. You will not want to miss riding on the Kilimanjaro Safari which will take you through the African Savannah. However, you will probably be traveling too fast to be able to get any really good pictures of the animals. There you have it a bird’s eye view of Disney World. With a little forethought and planning, this could possibly be your best Disney vacation ever.