There is an age limit. Go to the website, the location changed to the Del Mar fairgrounds this year, so there could of been age limit changes as well. I think the age limit has changed 3 times over the last 12 years.
The street was dark as fear, death crawled in every alley way... crunched up newspapers blew wildly in the wind. The night was cold as ice, and the lights flickered on and off. Then out of a shivering mist came a shadowy figure, hands grasped tight around another figure in the dim light. As they came closer, you could see a mean, tall figure having some bum fun with a little man. Then from the silent winds lept Chuck Norris. No-one survived.
What film noir movie has a scene where a guy walks down the street and neon signs appear on screen?
Actually this is a reference to two films. The first one is "The Lost Weekend (1945)", starring Ray Milan, directed by Billy Wilder, which made famous the "character walking toward the camera as signs pass by" camera effect.
The second one is "Double Indemnity (1944)", also starring Ray Milan, also directed by Billy Wilder, which is the first one to use "bright neon signs at night" and is considered the quintessential noir film.
The effect "character walking at night toward the camera as neon signs pass by" as you see in more recent films and TV shows is a fusion of the two techniques, a spoof of both films to make a tribute to the noir genre. Like for instance in the animation "Futurama", episode "I, Roommate", where Bender is walking past all the neon signs tempting him.
Go to a bar called the Ranch on west 6th st. Its nearly all outside on balconies. there are multiple levels and bars. Its all wood and has lots of fireplaces, really feels southern. Go in and ask for Jennie-Ann Woodie. She's the VIP hostess aswell as the owners daughter. She'll take care of you.
You simply need to take a picture of the street view from the front of the home. I would take the pictures from the driveway or from the center of the tree lawn. I would take a few pictures of each side of the subject's house. These pictures are located in appraisals as well. They just simply show what kind of neighborhood there is, rural, suburban, urban, etc...
What's the scene for Manhattan NYC Street Musicians?
Well, first of all, playing or performing on the street is called "busking," (see link, below) and there's even a Buskers Advocates website that's chock full of info about how and where to do it and what the laws are, etc.
In NYC, the MTA actually has a program for musicians in the subway, called Music Under New York, too (see 2nd link, below)
Good luck, and the 3rd link below is to the Buskers Advocacy website...
Which day should i go to Street Scene, San Diego based on just the bands?
This year is the first year in a long time that street scene will be good again. It is back in the east village and both days are packed full of good bands. I don't think you can go wrong no matter what day you go!
Doorways up and down the hall
Wonder what's behind them all?
Doors that lead to anywhere
Got to A, B, C what's there
Got to A, B, C, Decide
Where's the door I haven't tried?
A, B, C, D, East and West
Going on an Alphaquest!
i want to move to tokyo to get into the street racing scene any help would be appreciated?
Sorry, but the chances of that are less than zero. That scene is more or less a closed society.There's no 18 year old kids zooming around in $250,000 sports cars. You can't even go over the speed limit in much of Tokyo because the roads are narrow. There's also all kinds of traffic cameras.
Most of your " drifters" go up in the hills at night. They aren't going to trust a stranger who doesn't even have a car.
If you want to move to Japan, you need a college degree & a job offer before you get there.
EDIT: Mark, you can't buy your way into Japan, or the racing scene. Can you speak native level Japanese ? It's not possible.
What would a common/usual Victorian street scene have looked like?
Well, Rocky, since you ask this in the painting category, I'll show you a painting. This one called 'Work" depicts the very poor in the foreground, the working poor in the middle ground and the snooty rich in the background. It was a very important painting in its day; about 1856.
If that link doesn't work try this one...
what is the name of the song played in the middle of the club scene in the street fighter chun li movie?
i know that the second song, get him by ace hood
it's the one that goes, "boy there he goes, get him, boy there he goes, get, blocka, blocka, blocka, blocka, boy there he goes"
but the one played right before it is what i'm trying to find out..
it was just used in the trailer...it was originally intended to be in the film but they went back and had reshoots last december including all the stuff in the diner and they changed deans entire death scene around and made him get killed in the diner instead of the original scene where he falls off the roof..... hopefully it will be included in deleted scenes on the dvd or something but it was only seen in the teaser trailer.
What does "CICARR" in George Grosz's Street Scene mean?
My eyes aren't what they were, so I can't see what you reference. However, the most obvious explanation is that this is a street scene of Berlin, where Grosz spent much of his life, and the word is Cigarretten (not sure of the correct German spelling).
In the children's book "The Tiger who Came to Tea", is the street scene based on a real street?
I haven't read that book, but I did find that there is a street called Rudman Street in Salford, Lancashire in England. I don't know if that's where she lived, but I thought it was cool because it was nicknamed The Street of 1000 Children, and she's a children's author, isn't she? http://www.communityarchives.org.uk/page_id__499_path__0p3p37p.aspx
Thanks for mentioning the book. I've never heard of it, I might check it out for my brother. And reading about her and her books was interesting. Sorry I couldn't be a better help. Good luck finding what you're looking for!
How did they film the empty street scene at the start of Vanilla Sky?
In order to shoot the opening sequence of Vanilla Sky (which was not digitially created), the production was given permission to close Times Square in the late night/early morning hours one Sunday. The only digital modification of the scene was changing the NASDAQ news ticker to avoid dating the film through the coverage of the presidential election.