EmpyreLounge.com announces Top 50 CDs of 2004Written by EmpyreLounge.com
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growth, with our new look and new features. The newly relaunched and redesigned site, is a free, not-for-profit Web site devoted to providing a unique and independent perspective on music and entertainment. The site features album and concert reviews, artist interviews, editorial columns, music, and regular articles about music, artists, and entertainment. We average over 180,000 unique visitors per month, with over 850,000 pages viewed per month.
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Previously Philly based, the EmpyreLounge.com has recently moved to Boston, MA and looks to continue our growth, with our new look and new features.
Substitute the Internet for Your TVWritten by Daniel Punch
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For action fans there are a number of 'Stunt Crews' out there, risking life and limb for sheer giddy thrill of looking really cool on tape. They'll have you wishing you were just half as talented as they are. One particularly active and talented group goes by name of The Stunt People (http://www.thestuntpeople.com). They have a large number of videos available online, most running for about 20mins and almost all of them jam packed with martial arts and tricking entertainment. Of similar style, although not quite as stunt-oriented, are Jabronie Pictures (http://jabroniepictures.com/). These films all contain some violence and occasionally some coarse language, so you may want to screen them before showing them to younger children.
There are those who claim that TV can be used to keep up with events unfolding in world, people who watch news when 'Simpsons' is on other channel. For those socially minded folks, a quick search for 'News video streams' reveals a large number of pages, such as http://www.humanitas-international.org/newstran/streaming-tv.htm that contains a large list of streams, providing news updates on demand.
So if you've got a little downtime and there's nothing on TV, try shifting on over to your computer and basking in wonderful entertainment provided by many talented people who just want to share their creativity. Or, keep yourself current with happenings around world. It's fun and free. What more could you want?
Daniel Punch M6.Net http://www.m6.net Daniel Punch spends far too much time looking for free entertainment on the internet.