About Myth, St Paul
A myth is any traditional story consisting of events that are ostensibly historical, explaining the origins of a cultural practice or natural phenomenon. The word "myth" is derived from the Greek word mythos (μῦθος), which simply means "story". Mythology can refer either to the study of myths, or to a body or collection of myths. Myth can mean 'sacred story', 'traditional narrative' or 'tale of the gods'. A myth can also be a story to explain why something exists. Human cultures' mythologies usually include a cosmogonical or creation myth, concerning the origins of the world, or how the world came to exist. The active beings in myths are generally gods and goddesses, heroes and heroines, or animals and plants. Most myths are set in a timeless past before recorded time or beginning of the critical history. A myth can be a story involving symbols that are capable of multiple meanings. A myth is a sacred narrative because it holds religious or spiritual significance for those who tell it. Myths also contribute to and express a culture's systems of thought and values, such as the myth of gremlins invented by aircraft technicians during World War II to avoid apportioning blame. Myths are often therefore stories that are currently understood as being exaggerated or fictitious.Wikipedia
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Went for a Seether concert. Venue is poorly laid out for concerts unless you're 7 feet tall. Staff is hit or miss attitude wise, drinks are not consistent between bartenders nor is the knowledge of available liquors. Sound quality was poor and there was no air movement in the building so I had to spend half the concert out in the smoking area to cool down. Will not go again and would not suggest going here.
The Venue admitted too many people, which added to unsafe conditions of overheating and exhaustion. Someone actually puked in a beer cooler and the waitress continued to serve it. The fat guy watching the area seemed to care less about that than keeping people out of that dingy little area on the side of the stage, while he stared at that little server. However, he kept admitting his friends in- let me tell you, lowlifes of the earth if there ever were. The Venue has many idiots working there that think they are actually adding value to themselves and their customers. They are rude, probably very uneducated, and are quick to admit their loser friends into the "VIP" areas instead of paying customers. I can sssure you I make more money than 99.9% of the staff and people there. Which brings me to my next point: the people there are very shady, many walks of life from the lower classes. -Just being honest. Totally disgusted with rudeness and unsanitary conditions. Seether was good, but left before too many people trying to get out of there had the same idea. The other bands were mediocre at best, especially the 1st. Would have gave a negative star, but I had to give a 1 star---far too much!
Great place to see bands up close. If you are motivated to get to the floor, you will. Friendly, laid back staff & security.
Service providers were kind, but the bathroom was absolutely disgusting less than an hour into the concert. I noted to someone working that there was vomit and toilet paper on the floor but nothing was done about it the whole night. I am glad they are so thorough at security, but it would be nice to have a posted sign that they were going to check all my prescriptions to my ID. Since I have many it would have been more convenient for me to just leave them in the car instead of going through that embarrassment. More bartenders in VIP would be nice as well, but that goes for just about any venue.
There really is no good place in here to see the performer. It is always really really hot with no ventilation, and the smoking patio is narrow... not a very good selection on alcohol, and the bartenders it seems never know how to make a mixed drink.
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