Experience nightlife like you never have before in a centuries-old cave transformed into an awe-inspiring nightclub. Dance until the wee hours of the morning as resident DJs spin the hottest track, blasting hip hop, EDM, Top 40, and Latin hits that reverberate off the ancient rock formations of the cave.Following pickup from your hotel, you're shuttled with fellow partiers to the entrance of the cave. Travel down a tree-lined path and make your way inside, where you're greeted with thumping music and neon lights. Next to 3,000 of your closest friends, hit the floor in any of the 3 connected caves. Drink all you want all night long until the shuttle arrives to take you back to your hotel.
Lead a group of heroes through randomly-generated dungeons and discover the safest way to reach the new level and deliver there a power-cristal.An extraordinary dungeon-crawler experiencePlay as a crew of heroes who are crash-landed inside of a strange dungeon. Explore and defend your ships power generator as you head to the next floor. Dungeon of the Endless features an excellent, fluorescent, sci-fi atmosphere.Lose yourself in sleek, pixel animations of characters and minimalist level-design that convey you to a truly amazing artistic wonder. Enjoy the wispy tones of the soundtrack that carry the heroes on their way to adventure. Unique and calming melodies & music provide a euphoric tickle of the ear so you can enjoy the whole experience even more!RPG meets Tower DefenseDive into a fascinating world where each door leads to a room that is randomly generated on each play session. Use the power of a power grid structure to illuminate the area. Carefully plan your escape and save precious resources because illumination is extremely important during your journey.Are you curious about what the next room has in store? Opening doors count as turns that activates enemy waves, complete resources and restore skill based moves for your heroes. Be careful because behind the door awaits the unknown. Do not allow your enemies to enter the room and destroy the precious generator.Lead a group of powerful of heroesDungeon of the Endless features different types of heroes. Explore tons of variations of rooms as a strong group of individuals. Each hero is unique and has its own, specific skill set, design, and animation, that represent their personalities.It feels really good to find new survivors in the dungeon and bring them into the team to discover what new abilities they bring to the group. Choose different heroes for different tasks and prepare yourself for enormous multitasking experience.Just easily select a particular hero to highlight their portrait and give an order. The only way to get new heroes is dismissing the old ones and any gear removed from the dismissed hero cannot be replaced on a newly recruited hero.Visit various locationsDungeon of the Endless gameplay features 12 floors to explore. Walk through extremely dangerous zones, gather precious resources and treasures, fight with various enemies, open mysterious chests, and spend hours playing this gripping adventure solo or with your friends.You can also save the game at any time you want and proceed from the saved place once you turn on the game once again.Play with your friendsThe multiplayer mode allows up to four people to go online and survive some dungeons together.It is very similar to the single-player mode and gives each player their own resources for surviving the harsh monster attacks.
The Music of Erich Zann is a horror short story by American author H. P. Lovecraft. Written in December 1921, it was first published in National Amateur, March 1922.Due to lack of funds, a university student is forced to take up lodging in an almost empty apartment building on a street named "Rue d'Auseil". One of the few other tenants is an old German man named Erich Zann. The old man is mute and plays the viol[a] with a local theater orchestra. He lives alone on the top floor and at night he plays strange melodies the student has never heard before. Despite Zann's dissatisfaction with his own music, the student invites himself to hear Zann play at his room.While watching the first night, the student's curiosity attracts him to the window of the room, which is the only window that can oversee the wall at the end of the mysterious street. Zann seems disturbed to discover that the student is able to hear his melody from his room and asks the student in a friendly manner to move to a lower floor where he won't hear Zann's music, only to return the next day to his antisocial behavior once the student has moved...Famous works of the author Howard Phillips Lovecraft: At the Mountains of Madness, The Dreams in the Witch House, The Horror at Red Hook, The Shadow Out of Time, The Shadows over Innsmouth, The Alchemist, Reanimator, Ex Oblivione, Azathoth, The Call of Cthulhu, The Cats of Ulthar, The Outsider, The Picture in the House, The Shunned House, The Terrible Old Man, The Tomb, Dagon, What the Moon Brings. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kenneth Elliot. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/edel/014330/bk_edel_014330_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
“A band ought to have a sound all of its own. It ought to have a personality.” (Glenn Miller)Sprightly swing music spills across the dimly lit club. The grayish curtains of cigarette smoke part every once in a while to reveal a sparkling stage and tables upon tables of patrons, some incurably inebriated and others high on the fast-paced nightlife. Fabulous flappers in shimmery cocktail dresses and stylish feather headbands throw their hands up and stomp their feet to the addictive beat on the dance floor. Smartly dressed men, their hair neatly parted and slicked back, toss fistfuls of dice onto the plush green baize of the craps tables. Some hover over roulette wheels, staring intently at the spinning flashes of silver, while others finger their playing cards as they sip on tumblers of whiskey, eyeing both the river and the tower of tokens next to them. Frisky tunes, chic fashion, and American gambling are nostalgic, rose-tinted images most choose to project when visualizing the Roaring Twenties, but the other side of the coin brought an uninviting, much harsher reality that most would prefer to sweep under the rug. The first real estate bubble was on the brink of bursting, and progress was evident, but painfully slow, which gave way to yet another era of violent riots, lynchings, and other forms of oppression imposed on minorities. The Swing Era was a magical period in American history between the hedonism of the Roaring Twenties and the rebelliousness sparked by rock music beginning in the 1950s. Swing music was rooted in ragtime, blues, and jazz music that had long been popular in African American enclaves in Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, and New Orleans, and while musicians like Benny Goodman popularized swing music, big bands produced America’s most popular music. Though it may be hard to fathom in the wake of Elvis Presley and popular rock bands like the Beatles, the early 20th century featured a burgeoning music sales industr 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/159528/bk_acx0_159528_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Lady Philippa Casemore caused quite a scene at her very first ball of her very first season. She even landed herself, somehow, on the pages of the infamous betting book at White's gentleman's club. Unfortunately, she doesn't remember one moment of the night in question. Not the music. Not the notorious rake she'd dragged into the middle of the dance floor. Not the flask of opium-laced brandy she'd downed without realizing it's contents... Jason York, the wicked Earl of St. Austell, can't quite forget the lady who stole his breath away the previous night. Of course, his broken nose, courtesy of the girl's brother, did have a way of making an impression. When he stumbles into Lady Philippa the next day, his ego is more than bruised when she doesn't seem to recall him at all and a scheme to make certain she never forgets him again quickly forms in Jason's mind. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gill Hoodless. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/032128/bk_acx0_032128_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Sprightly swing music spills across the dimly lit club. The grayish curtains of cigarette smoke part every once in a while to reveal a sparkling stage and tables upon tables of patrons, some incurably inebriated and others high on the fast-paced nightlife. Fabulous flappers in shimmery cocktail dresses and stylish feather headbands throw their hands up and stomp their feet to the addictive beat on the dance floor. Smartly dressed men, their hair neatly parted and slicked back, toss fistfuls of dice onto the plush green baize of the craps tables. Some hover over roulette wheels, staring intently at the spinning flashes of silver, while others finger their playing cards as they sip on tumblers of whiskey, eyeing both the river and the tower of tokens next to them. Frisky tunes, chic fashion, and American gambling are nostalgic, rose-tinted images most choose to project when visualizing the Roaring Twenties, but the other side of the coin brought an uninviting, much harsher reality that most would prefer to sweep under the rug. The first real estate bubble was on the brink of bursting, and progress was evident, but painfully slow, which gave way to yet another era of violent riots, lynchings, and other forms of oppression imposed on minorities. When the phrase “the King” is used in the context of American music, most people think of Elvis Presley, but Presley was just a baby when the title was first conferred upon Benny Goodman as the King of Swing in 1935. The Swing Era was a magical period in American history between the hedonism of the Roaring Twenties and the rebelliousness sparked by rock music beginning in the 1950s. Swing music was rooted in ragtime, blues, and jazz music that had long been popular in African American enclaves in Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, and New Orleans. Swing took the entire nation by storm thanks in large part to Benny Goodman and his bands, earning Goodman the nearly undisputed title of the King of Swing. Apar 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/148804/bk_acx0_148804_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Glorya Kaufman is a Los Angeles—based philanthropist who founded the Glorya Kaufman Dance Foundation. Her foundation provides the opportunity for underprivileged kids to take dance classes at Inner-City Arts by giving them an endowment to employ a dance teacher for perpetuity. Mar Vista Family Center is a school in the Spanish district that now has a dance floor. Next year, will be the 10 year anniversary for the Los Angeles Music Center presenting the Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance and the Alvin Ailey Dance Company, allowing more opportunities for outreach and creating new work, and the Julliard School Dance Studio overlooking Broadway. USC opened The Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center in 2016, a 55 thousand sq. foot dance building giving the opportunity for BFA degrees to dancers. In 2019, there will be a 300-seat theater at Vista Del Mar, a school for mental health, autism, adoptions and early intervention services, which will be used by the communities after school hours. She started a fund at USC Eye Clinic to perform only surgeries for children from infancy to 18 years of age for alignment of the eyes, a malady called Strabismus. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susan Marlowe. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/097867/bk_acx0_097867_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Here is a terror tale worthy of Lovecraft or Poe, written by a remarkable woman author in 1934! A rich English gentleman thinks he has found the perfect caretaker for an isolated cottage near the sea: a veteran sailor with a taste for solitude. But when he returns to the cottage months later, the gentleman can find no trace of the caretaker. Then he is savagely attacked by a seagull, normally the most pacifistic of creatures. Next, he encounters a gruesome sight: the corpses of seagulls heaped in a pile on the floor of his apparently abandoned dwelling. Finally, protruding from under the gull's bodies he spies... a human bone! Only in the pages of a confession left behind by the caretaker will he learn the ghastly secret behind all these events. This is the first-ever audio dramatization of this classic horror tale, with a short introduction about the author Edith Olivier ("The Love Child", "The Night Nurse's Story", "Dead Men's Bones"). Produced in the style of a radio-play with evocative music, exciting special effects and an emotionally stunning climax, it's not to be missed! Adapted for audio and performed by Bill Mills. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bill Mills. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rebb/000001/bk_rebb_000001_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
It’s Christmas in Estes Park, Colorado: cozy fires, twinkling lights, soft snowfall, and...murder. The winter holidays in charming Estes Park lull Winifred Page and her corgi, Watson, into thoughts of eggnog and gingersnaps as they settle into their new home. Fred’s dream bookshop is becoming a reality, and with Christmas only days away, her only concerns are spending time with family, enforcing Watson’s diet, and finding the perfect gifts. The toy store beckons Fred and her friend Katie, who dash in out of the cold during a shopping spree to discover handmade toys, cuddly stuffed animals...and a dying man on the floor. When Katie’s desperate attempts to save the man end in her being taken in for his murder, Fred once again dons her detective hat. She puts aside her Christmas list and - with Watson sniffing around - begins a list of suspects. But as quickly as clues point to one person, new discoveries shift the spotlight to another. With Katie’s freedom in the balance, Fred has little time to think about gifts or to enjoy the holiday lights and music. A killer is on the loose, one who became violent in a picture-perfect Christmas toy shop, and Fred and Watson can’t begin to predict what might happen next.... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Angie Hickman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/123440/bk_acx0_123440_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.