It lists the concert venue and Andrew Stewart of Virginia Beach as defendants responsible for her injuries. The lawsuit says during the June 9 concert by a Talking Heads cover band, Belly Up staff allowed Stewart onto the stage. According to the Aspen Daily News ( http://tinyurl.com/q47m4fm ), Stewart said he dove off the stage on a dare from friends. Is your comment not appearing on the article? Read this . Note: Our article pages automatically refresh every ten minutes. We cannot change this. If you start writing your comment on this page, please refresh the page before you do so this will reset the ten-minute counter. You must be registered to comment (your comment will be saved for you while you register). It’s quick (it takes about 30 seconds) and we only require your email and name. Comments that include any offensive material are prohibited.
11, 2013, in Pittsburgh. (Patrick R. Murphy/Getty Images) Watch your step! The Selena Gomez fan base (she has 16 million Twitter followers) held their collective breath when the singer took a tumble last week at the end ofher concert in Fairfax, Va. Gomez, 21, wearing a shiny outfit andknee-high boots,was jumping up and down during the song Slow Down and while streamers began to fly in the air, she hit the front end of the stage and fell forward. Read: Selena Gomez on Turning 21, Justin Bieber Dont worry fans. The lyrics of thetrack say, Baby, slow down the song, butGomezignored those wordsand went right back to dancing! Gomez is now touring through New York, then Pennsylvania and New Jersey promoting her new album. She wraps up the Stars Dance Tour at the end of November in Michigan. A fan was able to shoot a video of the on-stage mishap. Watch below.
Weiner , President of the Fairfax Bar Association. Jazz 4 Justice was Mr. Weiner’s brainchild back in 2000 when he was attending a recital at the GMU Department of Music. He was impressed by the music, but distressed by the small audience. As a Past President of the Fairfax Law Foundation, he saw an opportunity for these two organizations to work together. Over the years, the Jazz 4 Justice has raised more than $150,000 for the Fairfax Law Foundation. The Fairfax Law Foundation, the charitable arm of the Fairfax Bar Association, provides an array of educational and charitable services that benefit the Northern Virginia community. It operates a Pro Bono Program that provides legal services for Fairfax County residents who are less privileged, Wills on Wheels, the Fairfax Public Law Library, programs for victims of domestic violence, and various educational programs for Fairfax County students including court tours for all eighth grade students in the County and counseling for at-risk teens. This event has received an award from the American Bar Association as well as an award from the Virginia State Bar for being an innovative fundraising program. Because of Jazz 4 Justice’s success at George Mason University, other universities and local bar associations are being encouraged to foster this unique partnership between education, music, and law. Significantly, James Madison University hosted its 3rd Annual Jazz 4 Justice and the Prince William County Bar Foundation is hosting its 2nd Annual Jazz 4 Justice at the Hylton Center for the Performing Arts. This year, the event will also be performed at Christopher Newport University and Howard University in spring, 2014. Individual tickets for the concert are $20.00 adults / $15.00 students and seniors. Corporate sponsorships are available and are vital to the success of this exciting event. Immediately following the concert, all audience members are invited and encouraged to join in the music making by joining the Post Concert Jam Session.