M3 Standard VIP: Early entry, meet & greets, preferred seating, VIP lounge, private show to kick off Friday show on Pavilion stage, plus t-shirt and other premiums! Please note, we’ll process your refund as soon as we receive funds from the event organizer.
Overflowing with PersonalityFrom spooky fog to torrential downpours, CARROT’s dialogue, characters, and scenery change in… “Unexpected” ways. NotificationsPremium Club members can sign up for all sorts of notifications, including ones for precipitation, weather alerts, lightning strikes, and daily forecast summaries.
AchievementsUnlock 40+ achievements by experiencing weather events, traveling around the world, and using different features in the app. Apple Watching addition to a full weather app and notifications, you also get colorful complications for your watch face.
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Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage and cancel your subscriptions by going to your App Store account settings after purchase.
Jan 12, 2021It's a new year, meatbags, and I'm back with a quick bug fix update to give you hope that 2021 really will be better than 2020. It's much cheaper than buying multiple subscriptions, so merry Christmas you filthy animals.
There are 5 different widget types: Snark, Forecast, Hourly, Daily, and Weather Maps. Plus: if you put all the widgets into a Stack, you can have your entire forecast right in one place on your Home Screen.
I need to know when it’s going to rain, where exactly it’s going to rain and for how long, lest my hard work and hundreds of $$ worth of paint get IHT on by Mother Nature. I have been (now more like “was”) a Dark Sky user for a while and loved that app very much long time.
The “snark” factor is amusing and unique and, while others will no-doubt continue to use it, I moved beyond it pretty quickly and just use the “boring” mode! Carrot is extremely well-thought-out, with current conditions, hourly and daily forecasts arranged in a smart and very readable layout.
I love being able to switch between Dark Sky and Underground weather sources with a tap, and quick access to the radar map is a real plus. What disappoints me about Carrot and keeps it from being a 5-Star app is the conspicuous lack of baked-in notifications.
To get severe weather alerts on your iPhone, you must purchase a separate app for your Mac and then have the two devices talk to each other via iCloud. Way too many steps and $$ for something that is the de facto standard in most other first-rate weather apps.
Notifications are now available to all Premium Club members, no Mac or Apple Watch app required! (Developer response: “Not every weather data source can be accurate in every corner of the world.
The radar map in the app even shows it, but the chance of precipitation on the summary page at the same time says 0%.) Not every weather data source can be accurate in every corner of the world.
That’s why I took the trouble to incorporate a bunch of additional weather data sources in the app! The developer, Grail LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below.
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At the wedding day, Dolly hesitated whether she was giving up on her best chance for happiness, and Joseph turned up, but the party guests and obligations kept getting in the way of actually talking it through. Crazy Credits The opening credits play over a close up of an old-fashioned printing press in action, which eventually produces the invitations to the wedding which is the subject and the setting of the film.
To learn which material to avoid when dressing for hot weather, like nylon, keep reading! I always look forward to this time of year, because it’s when we host our big winter recital, team holiday gathering, and my favorite of all, our Christmas-themed music classes.
During our academic skills-focused sessions, my clients and I often work on reading, writing, counting, and identifying left and right. As we head into the holiday season, I’m thinking about all the families who won’t be spending special days together or partaking in the usual traditions.
I’m thinking about how I won’t be eating Thanksgiving dinner with my parents, and how my children will open their presents with their grandparents watching over Zoom. And of course, I’m thinking about how I won’t be able to enjoy singing all my favorite songs in person with my students and clients.
November and December are, in my opinion, the most fun months of the year musically, because the excitement of the holidays is heightened with the addition of thematic songs and activities. I’m hopeful that the songs in this month’s session plan can bring you, your students, and clients some comfort and joy.
Maybe you’re working a full-time job, you have kids stuck at home doing remote learning, you’re trying to navigate a pandemic, you’re enduring the stresses of everyday life, the list could go on and on. These kids have had a huge shift in their everyday lives: attending school remotely, not being able to see their friends, wearing a mask, and keeping distance from everyone they see.
So, especially in today’s world, how can we use music to help children process and express their emotions, furthering their ability to develop healthy coping skills? With so many music therapists, teachers, and educators utilizing digital resources right now, I’ve been making my materials as accessible as possible so that they can be used in a variety of ways.
Songs from the Listen & Learn Music collection have always played a big role in my music therapy sessions and early childhood services, but these three songs have especially shown to be successful in my virtual services. In these uncertain times (to use one of many pandemic era buzz phrases), I find comfort in consistency.
That’s why every month, I create a session plan for you to use virtually, in person, or in some cases, to file away for a later date when you are able to resume your services. I also find comfort in writing and recording new songs, several of which make their debut in the November session plan.
This is one of my favorite seasons when it comes to repertoire, and I’m excited to dig into not only this month’s plan, but the entire Thanksgiving song collection. For the month of November, I’m incorporating bells, stretchy band, cabana, and providing opportunities for addressing gross motor movement, body part identification, counting, Thanksgiving, and much more.