Myth, St Paul

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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.

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  • I paid $45 to see Adventure Club DJ. Not only are they one of my favorites but they first for me into EDM so this was supposed to be amazing. We get there and there was no sense of a line. People running up and cutting in from of everyone security not doing a single thing. It took about 40 minutes standing in "line" if you could even call it that to get in. By the time we reached the doors there was no room on the dance floor. I had to squeeze my way through 30 ft of over crowded dance floor to reach my friends and to stand behind people that were 6'4. Floors aren't slanted so I didn't even see most of their visuals. They were kicking people out left and right also for having rave hear and what not. The audio was atrocious because of the acoustics of three building. If you wanna make it so what should've been an amazing and joy filled night a complete pain in your butt go here. 4 artists for $45 was a rip off. You can go to any other venue in the cities and have a better time there with artists you don't even know. I would never recommend this venue to any friends. You'd be better off setting up a strobe light and a sound bar in the parking lot.

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  • I absolutely love this venue. They are small enough to make the experience more 'personal' while being big enough to attract very popular artists. The staff are always very friendly and very helpful. And being a person with disabilities I must say that this venue is the perfect place for someone like myself to be able to go and enjoy a live show.

  • The concert I attended was Odesza recently! Phenomenal performance! Easy entrance with security. As usual, the women's restroom line is always backed up. It would have been nice to have signage for restrooms leading to the second level. The place was crowded, maybe past capacity. Being shoved & hot breath on your neck isn't how I'd like to enjoy it but overall, it was a fun time!

  • Nice venue with a decent staff. The concert we attended they seemed to have over sold the tickets and it was extremely crowded but the atmosphere was still great. Not as bad as some people make it out to be. I'd definitely go back.

  • Major security issues! Not a safe venue! Horrible security, they are nowhere to be found in that venue. I along with my minor son were assaulted on the floor. Left the floor to get security and could not find them anywhere. Bathrooms are horrible, the dryers don't work, half the stalls were out of order. Get your act together. You've had a lot better security in the past. One posted at every staircase getting down to the floor. Along with having them in the back.

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