Monday, May 24, 2010
Friday, May 21, 2010
Tony Award winner "Avenue Q" today slashed ticket prices by up to 60% for performances duringits two-week Dallas run. This discount, available only forTravelzoo subscribers, must be booked by opening night,Tuesday, May 25.
These performances through June 6 at the AT&T Performing Arts Center Winspear Opera House are on sale:
- Saturday & Sunday matinees- Dress Circle ... $30 (reg. $75)
- Tuesday-Thursday & Sunday evenings- Dress Circle ... $30 (reg. $55)
"Avenue Q" won Tony Awards for Best Musical and Best Score.Performed by a cast of both people and puppets, this adult comedy follows a recent college grad who moves to New York City with big dreams and a tiny bank account.
Click below to purchase tickets. Select "Click For Tickets"above the video. Enter code "TZOOQ" in the promo code box atthe top of the page. Next, select a performance from the"Jump to Date" dropdown and click "Purchase." Fees of $5 perticket and $5 per order are additional. http://www.travelzoo.com/newsflash/72883938-817985/
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
If you took an elliptical machine and grafted it onto a bike, you'd get something like this. Actually, you'd get exactly this—riding one is like riding a regular bike, but you stand and cycle on an elliptical machine's pedals.
The reason you'd do this: to get somewhere, obviously. (This thing tops out at around 25 to 30 mph on the open road.) You stand (rather than sit, as on an ordinary bike), so you won't have to put up with wet bike seats in the rain, and you'll have a better vantage point on the traffic around you. Perhaps, even a better perspective on life—but no guarantees.
The chain's in the back, so if you're wearing pants—and we advise you to do this regularly—they won't get greasy. And not that you should do anything rash (like throw out your bicycle), but you'll find it has another distinct advantage over your regular run: it's low-impact, so it's easier on the knees.
Check it out: www.eliptigo.com