Reality TV Lovers Need Satellite TV

More and more, reality television has become part of our cultural landscape and many people have become passionate fans. Whether you enjoy shows about regular folks, contests, or dangerous jobs, reality television has become a way that folks have engaged with each other and showed their humanity in interesting and unscripted formats. If you are a fan then you are probably signed up for all of the different fan groups and on all the social media sites. In order to get even more reality television you should invest in a satellite TV package that allows you to pick and choose your favorite shows when you want to see them.
Within the world of reality television there are dozens and dozens of memorable and outrageous characters. They seem to always be getting into fights, expressing outrage over something trivial, and just generally being weird. There is something cathartic about being able to watch folks who are so out of touch with everyday life try to navigate themselves through the real world. If you enjoy watching these hilarious mishaps, then it is important to have the ability to watch what you want when you want to watch it. Investing in an upgrade for your television programming means that you will have access to all of your favorite stars with a touch of your remote control.

One great feature of satellite TV is that you will have access to all of the different programs that are out there and you will be able to follow all of the old classics, while learning about new favorites. With the different options that are out there you can find a viewing plan that is right for you. Many different ways to get the programming that you need exist, so make sure that you are doing your research and keeping up with the latest trends. If you want to be the one at the office water cooler who is sharing the latest reality gossip, then you should make sure that you are watching constantly to hear about who has done what.
Another thing that is important is that you will be able to catch up with episodes that you may have missed if you have been doing other things. With the wealth of channels and programming options that are available it should not be too hard to make sure that you are well informed about what is going on in the world of television. If you have the ability to record and then play back your favorite shows you will be able to enjoy them at your convenience. A world of television programming exists for your joy and entertainment. Take advantage of top quality high definition picture which will make reality television come to life.
Fortunately, this programming package has come down in price compared to years past. Satellite TV is now an affordable option for families and individuals everywhere who enjoy reality programming. Act soon and you will be able to watch all of your favorites and stay up to date.

Blues Guitarist Carolyn Wonderland Follows Her Own Muse

The marriage of blues guitarist Carolyn Wonderland and writer/comedian A. Whitney Brown officiated by Michael Nesmith, former member of the Monkees, was the featured wedding in the New York Times Style section on Sunday, March 6.
The ceremony on Doug Sahm Hill in Austin's Butler Park began at 4.44 p.m. sharp. The time was chosen by Mr. Brown, who emphasizes that everything one does occurs at a specific moment. The wedding and environs were as homey and casual as the parties involved.
"The wedding was very sweet and I'm happy being in The New York Times for falling in love because it's better than being there for doing something bad," she said.

Growing up in Houston, she was more interested in playing her guitar and singing than attending school. Although her mother once sang in a band and prophesied the ups and downs ahead, that only propelled Wonderland onward.
She acquired her surname early on from a high school friend. They were booked for a gig but didn't have a name, so he suggested Wonderland and it stuck. During high school, she played four or five nights a week in blues bars. She is certain that she would have been thrown out of school if she had not left of her own accord..
From the beginning, her family and friends were her strongest support, even though her mother would have preferred she say in school and become a music teacher. Today the support comes from her band. They travel together in a van and appreciate each other's sense of humor along the way.
Texas has hailed Wonderland's talents from the get go. Her awards include the Best Blues Band (1996), Best Female Vocalist (1997), Local Musician of the Year and Song of the Year - "Blue Lights" (1999), Best Blues Songwriter of the Year (1999), Best Female Vocalist (2000), Best Blues Band (2009) and Best Female Vocalist (2009). She also received the Gold Award from Flagstaff International Film Festival for her music video of "Party on Houston."
Since her appearance on "Austin City Limits" in 2008, her music has been used on NBC's "Homicide" and Fox's "Time of Your Life." In 2009, she was a headlining artist at the annual Rochester International Jazz Festival.
Tiny Wonderland, who tops only 5 feet 3 inches, is huge in the blues world. Hailed as a "Blues Guitar Goddess," she has wowed and played with B. B. King, Buddy Guy and other great artists. Since Ray Benson of Asleep at the Wheel signed her to his label, Bob Dylan has been phoning her to play with him.
The lyrics she has composed for all but a few of the songs on her CDs are carefully crafted. Many like "Annie's Scarlet Letter," "Homelessness in Austin" and "Throw My Love" draw on "a little bit of everything"experienced or viewed, and the varied local Austin charities she supports.
She explains that she doesn't want to waste her time hating people, so she writes about things that can happen to anybody to teach folks to be nice to each other. This attitude matches the philosophy emblazoned across her albums, "I speak not with guns, but with flowers."

10 Reasons People Like to Read About Celebrities

Reading about celebrities can be both exciting and addicting for everyday people. Discovering new and interesting information about celebrity personalities from TV, movies, music, politics and sports is a favorite pastime for people of all ages, genders and backgrounds. Why is it so intriguing? Here are just a few of the many reasons people like to read about celebrities, what they are doing and all of the notable little details about their lives.
1. Celebrities go places most people can never dream to travel - and frequently. Celebrity photos often include pictures of far away cities, luxurious hotels, private jets and unfamiliar cultures.
2. Keeping up with the latest fashion trends can be exciting. It's fun to watch people wear things most folks
would not be caught in -- dead or alive.
3. They can do some pretty stupid and silly things, and they can usually get away with it. Even if they can't get away with it, people will forgive them and still like them anyway.
4. Where there are interesting stories about celebrities, there are usually interesting celebrity photos. They pique interest and shock the conscience.
5. Some of the most beautiful homes belong to people seen in the news, in the movies, on television and online. Celebrity homes photos show the inside of mansions which people love to see.
6. When someone thinks they are having a bad day, all they have to do is go to the best gossip websites and see that someone else is having a worse day. Misery loves company, but this is one time when it is okay to be outdone.
7. Some celebrity photos are a lesson in what to wear; some are a lesson in what not to wear. One glance will tell the story, and it often comes with a commentary about what's happening and why.
8. Famous people often have talents that others find intriguing and secretly wish they could do well themselves. These include acting, singing, playing sports and other skills.
9. Celebrities often have a lot of money, so they spend it in unusual and amusing ways. They have beautiful clothes, homes and friends that are interesting, strange and sometimes shocking.
10. There is always new celebrity news; a new wedding, a new love interest or a new baby to read about among the rich and famous. Sometimes they are all happening to the same person at the same time.

Let The Magic Begin! - Tips on Beginning the Art of Magic

I'm often asked what the best way to start out in magic would be and I'm sure it can be different from person to person, but looking back at my own introduction (I've got a very looooong memory), gives me some ideas about what can be done and probably more importantly, - what to avoid.
I think the most important thing to do when just starting to dabble in magic is to learn a few simple tricks that can be done without having to use any gimmicked apparatus or special props. Although, I think like most people the first magic I got was by way of a Magic set.

Unfortunately the typical Magic Set is usually made up totally of "self-working" tricks, with trick cards and boxes etc., none of which can be examined by the audience after the trick has been shown and so there's the problem and worry of having to hide your tricks as soon as you finish each one.
For a beginner this creates a problem, especially among friends and classmates, who are always desperate to examine the magical props and try to find out "how it's done".
So that's why I suggest learning some simple tricks with ordinary everyday objects that can often be borrowed and then freely handed out for examination.
This really adds tremendously to the magic and of course, as you've heard me say before, - "the simple effects are the ones that are usually the most stunning to the audience and in my experience, get the best response".
As you've already heard, I started with a little magic set, but very quickly the family friend whom I called Uncle Dick, showed me how to vanish and produce coins and small objects and I have to say, at that time I thought this was real magic.
So although, like most parents, I bought my own son a magic set, I also taught him to vanish and exchange coins and several small objects, using the "French Drop". So I would certainly recommend that one of the first things that you should practice, as a beginner, is just that (French Drop) and coupled with the simple Palming of a coin.
This will allow you to carry out a nice magic routine with borrowed coins etc. and will leave you "Clean" at the end of the effects. It will also get you out of difficulty when you are expected to do something magical.
So it is really important to be prepared to entertain at all times and always have "something up your sleeve" so to speak.
You see, the moment you do one little trick for someone, YOU ARE A MAGICIAN and there's no going back.
That person will often be so amazed and amused by your trick that he'll tell others, who'll in turn, expect you to do wonderful things and it's so difficult to persuade them that you only know two tricks.
So this is why I've put together The Magic Touch Website and the "easy-to-do" tricks that I have carried with me at all times and performed them as a professional magician whenever the necessity arose.
My aim is to help you to have fun with magic and boost your confidence and also enjoy the adulation and praise, that those of us, who just love performing magic, get all the time.
The secret is always to have a couple of stunning effects that you can do anywhere, with everyday things like money, jewellery, pens or string etc. and practice them in a routine that gets you over the dreadful experience of doing your "One and Only Trick" and then when everyone says, "That was great, - show us another", you are caught in that horrible embarrassing situation where you have nothing magical in your repertoire.
The secret to your success is to start by learning simple magical effects with ordinary everyday items like money, coins, string, pens, rope and of course, many magician's favourite, - playing cards. - Remember, the simplest of effects are usually the Best!
There are lots of amazing tricks and tips to get you started at: The Magic Touch....