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It’s time for the NBA Conference Semi-Finals, and the action is heating up!
In the Eastern Conference, the Cleveland Cavaliers conquered the Chicago Bulls to take on the Boston Celtics (who beat the Miami Heat), while the Atlanta Hawks defeated the Milwaukee Bucks to take on the Orlando Magic (who took out the Charlotte Bobcats). In the Western Conference, the LA Lakers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder to go up against the Utah Jazz (who took out the Denver Nuggets), and the Phoenix Suns have just conquered the San Antonio Spurs.
Coast to Coast has plenty of NBA Finals and NBA Playoffs tickets available, and since playoffs and finals tickets ARE refundable for playoffs and finals games that aren’t played, you can feel comfortable securing your tickets now!
(As a note, if your game isn’t played and you need a refund, make sure to ask about your supplier’s return policy, since you may need to send the tickets back before your refund can be issued! Call us and we’ll walk you through the details.)
From the Kentucky Exposition Center:
Louisville, KY (April 28, 2010) – The Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers show with special guest Joe Cocker scheduled for Wednesday, May 12, in Freedom Hall at the Kentucky Exposition Center is canceled. The show was unable to be rescheduled after postponing it to accommodate the delayed release of the band’s latest album, Mojo.
If you’re holding tickets for this show, keep your tickets handy and give us a call at 1-866-353-5167 so we can work out your refund.
So without further ado, we’d like to congratulate Daniel Abrigg on winning the $200 gift card prize in our Graphic Design contest, and thank everyone who submitted entries. It was close, and we liked different things about each one of the final six, but Daniel’s old-western themed design really stood out to us.
Daniel has won a $200 gift card to Coast to Coast, and CTC Facebook fans will see his graphic on our Facebook page later today!
Fans of Natalie Merchant have been waiting a long time for the velvet-voiced songwriter to come back on an American tour, and that wait is almost over! Natalie’s upcoming double album, “Leave Your Sleep,” was inspired by poems read to her infant daughter, and contains poems from many authors put to Natalie’s own melodies. As Natalie explained to the New York Times, “In my mind, I had all these visions of projects I wanted to do and things I wanted to make, but I couldn’t leave my chair, and I had my hands full. So I just put a tape recorder next to the chair where I was nursing, and I would start singing into it, and that’s where the first songs came from. I didn’t really have time to focus on writing lyrics.”
Her first album since 2003, “Leave Your Sleep” is an album about poetry, and an album about childhood. It’s also a collaboration with other poets and writers, as well as 130 musical artists, according to Natalie, including Medeski, Martin & Wood and members of the New York Philharmonic.
Thanks again to everyone who submitted their graphic entries for our Facebook page – we’ve narrowed it down to six, and will be announcing a winner tomorrow morning! Judging is based on:
- compliance with the rules (minimum age, graphic size, necessary URLs and other info)
- overall look, readability
Let us know what you think of our top six, and if yours didn’t make it this far, please try again next time – and thanks for taking part!
You can see the entries here.