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Tips for Getting An Online Bad Credit Loans

Many bad credit borrowers today do not turn for traditional loans when they require to get money. This is because the chances of getting loans from traditional banks or credit unions are almost nonexistent. Traditional lenders have very strict credit requirements, and applicants who have poor credit scores are typically rejected on …

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Getty Center Partners with LA Phil’s Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA) for Getty’s 25th Anniversary – Los Angeles Sentinel | Los Angeles Sentinel

The Getty Center partners with LA Phil’s Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA) for Getty’s 25th Anniversary Lisa Lapin, Vice President of Communications, J. Paul Getty Trust, Renae Williams Niles, Head of Content and Engagement, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Eloy Morales Jr., Member of the Inglewood City Council, Camille Delaney-McNeil, Director, Beckmen …

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Music Exec Justin Lubliner Buys a Sleek Los Angeles Home – DIRT

In the early 2000s, while still a student in his twenties at USC School of Music, Justin Lubliner formed the marketing and public relations firm The Darkroom. . He then converted the company into a record label and consulted with Republic Records’ A&R team, and eventually partnered with Interscope Recordings. …

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Winchester Community High School Jazz Ensemble to Launch Free Summer Concerts at Goodrich Park | Entertainment

On Saturday evening at 7:00 p.m., the WCHS Jazz Ensemble will kick off the free summer concert series at the amphitheater at the north end of Winchester’s Goodrich Park. In recent years, this concert series has become a favorite activity for many locals, as they can spend an evening in …

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POAC presents the iconic Brubeck Brothers Quartet

The Pend Oreille Arts Council welcomes the Brubeck Brothers, an exciting jazz quartet featuring the gifted sons of legendary jazz musician Dave Brubeck, to the community this week. The quartet will perform on stage at the Panida Theater at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 19. “We are thrilled to wrap …

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Friends of Music Helps Fund New Drums for Martinsburg High School Band | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG — Friends of Music recently awarded Martinsburg High School a $500 grant to help purchase new drums for its marching band. The school’s band director, Casie Rogers Adams, applied for the grant as part of a successful effort to raise money from the community to replace all of the …

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Historical Society Announces Two Scholarship Winners – Ellwood City, PA news

The annual Robert and Janice Barensfeld Fellowships were awarded Monday at the Ellwood City Historical Society. Emily Fox of Riverside High School and Mark VanHorn of Lincoln High School were the graduating seniors who each won the scholarships. The meeting was opened by President Everett Bleakney, who welcomed everyone in …

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May 16, end of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising :: WRAL.com

By The Associated Press Today in History Today is Monday, May 16, the 136th day of 2022. There are 229 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On May 16, 1943, the nearly month-long Warsaw Ghetto Uprising ended when German forces crushed Jewish resistance and blew up …

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Band, Choral Concerts from Pentucket’s Award-Winning Music Education Program | News

WEST NEWBURY — The Pentucket School District’s award-winning instrumental group and choir continue to host concerts for the public throughout May and June. Pentucket is also a National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) “Best Communities for Music Education” school district for the second year in a row. School Superintendent Justin …

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How Music Attracted Me From The Age Of Nine – Zilly Tiger

Oguro Ibos, better known as Zilly Tiger A of the life’s greatest discoveries is for find your goal the word go. It creates a sense of direction and builds a wall against misguided beliefs and advice. Italy-based Nigerian singer, Oguro Ibos popularly known as Zilly Tigers was blessed to have …

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Peter Duchin: Back in Chicago

BY JUDY CARMACK BROSS Whether headlining Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball or sharing the stage with the Supremes for a deb party at a Lake Forest country club, in the six decades he’s played the dance floors world’s most exclusive movies, Peter Duchin has always lived up to his …

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LMMO presents Central Washington Mini-Tour with Pierre Bensusan, the French guitar master

From Wednesday, May 18 through Saturday, May 21, Learn From The Masters Outreach (LMMO), a musical philanthropy based in central Washington, is welcoming French acoustic guitar virtuoso Pierre Bensusan to the region through a series of concerts and performances. workshops. This performance segment caps Pierre’s long-awaited North American tour in …

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Why Lady Gaga Isn’t In Brad Pitt’s Bullet Train Movie

Lady Gaga nearly starred in Brad Pitt’s upcoming action thriller Bullet Train, and the film’s director now explains why it didn’t work out. David Leitch, director of the upcoming action thriller High-speed train, explained why Lady Gaga is not in the film. The pop star-turned-actress won immediate acclaim for her …

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Greenpoint this week: Angels Cafe, Our Voices exhibit and more

Hello Greenpointers, Looks like it’s shaping up to be another dreary and gray weekend. Wake me up when summer has officially started. Take a first look at a cool new exhibit coming to North Brooklyn – a celebration of fifty years of neighborhood activism. Meet the new resident of Newtown …

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And all that jazz… – Civil.ge

DREAM IN THE RABBIT HOLE – OWNER COMES TO POWER – FAMILY OVERRIDE RIGHTS – WISHING EU MIRACLE – ASSESSMENT AWARDED Over the past few days, Georgian politics, usually bordering on the absurd, have taken a decisive plunge into the abyss of the surreal. Members of the ruling party alludes …

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How to turn a harsh urban space into a languid jungle

But it’s not a hodgepodge. The beauty of this courtyard comes from the thoughtful way in which everything is laid out. Plants are grouped in eclectic leafy layers to highlight changes in texture, shape and color. They hang from the ceiling and encroach on the floor. They’re staggered at every …

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What’s New in Livingston Parish – May 12 | Coming

Council on Aging Membership Campaign The Livingston Council on Aging is hosting the 2022 Membership Drive through Friday, May 10, 2022. Anyone interested in becoming a member can register at the Council on Aging office at 949 Government Dr. Denham Springs, La. Or call our office at (225) 664-9343. Only …

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Coffee On The Go: Central Station will add a location at Wilmette Metra Station

Wilmette commuters will soon have a more convenient way to get their morning caffeine fix. Central Station Coffee & Tea is expected to open a secondary location inside the Wilmette Metra station, possibly by mid-summer, according to store owner Katie Degen. Wilmette Village Council on Tuesday May 10 approved a …

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🌱 Nashua Daily: Former school superintendent Mosley absent from work

Hello Nashua! Tony Schinella here. It’s Wednesday, so let’s start with everything you need to know about what’s happening in Nashua today. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloudy and sunny weather. High: 70 Low: 51. Here are today’s top stories in Nashua: Pay, Nashua: The Cost of Secrecy | Editorials (The …

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This Rare Golden Period Stradivarius Could Bring Up To $20 Million At Auction – Robb Report

If you’re a fan of classical instruments, you might like it: a 1714 Stradivarius, dubbed the “da Vinci, ex-Seidel” Strad, will be auctioned next month. The violin is part of the “golden period” of Antonio Stradivari’s production, which spans from 1710 to 1720. For nearly four decades in the 20th …

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Lowder, Kconnection Band will play this week

February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popular …

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Spend the summer with the Hoff-Barthelson School of Music

Enrollment is now underway for the Hoff-Barthelson School of Music’s popular summer arts program for students entering grades 1-10 and for students of all ages, Summer School. About the Summer Art Program The popular Hoff-Barthelson School of Music Summer Arts Program is the perfect setting for an engaging, challenging and …

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Why Brian Tyree Henry’s Paper Boi Is The Best Character

The most recent episode of the hit show’s final season Atlantasimply titled “New Jazz”, is not only one of the best in the series for its sense of humor, but also for the way it centers on a remarkable perpetual Brian Tyree Henry like the enigmatic Alfred ‘Paper Boi’ Miles. …

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Monday Mix: Saya Grey, Built to Spill, Naima Bock

This single from Canadian-Japanese musician Saya Gray is the first of two tracks to be released from her highly anticipated debut album ’19 MASTERS’. He delightfully sets the table with dazzling production and smooth vocals. “The song was an inner dialogue of my mental state at the time, pushing me …

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McNary’s Music Celebration Lights Elsinore

McNary High School Performing Arts Groups held their celebration of music at the historic Elsinore Theater in Salem on Tuesday, May 3, in what is hoped to be the first of a new annual tradition. Carlos Sanchez plays clarinet during wind ensemble rehearsals for McNary’s Music Celebration at the Elsinore …

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Nilüfer Yanya’s ‘PAINLESS’ Marks Impressive Milestone in Female-Led Rock Music Revival

The first thing you notice in Nilüfer Yanya’s music is his voice. It’s smoky yet ethereal, jumping seamlessly between its low register and delicate falsetto voice. It’s inviting, but contains a hint of menace, like gentle ocean surf hiding jagged rocks below. On her recent album, “PAINLESS”, Yanya’s vocals are …

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🌱 Nashua Daily: sextortion case targeting teenagers; Derby night; After

Happy Saturday, people of Nashua! It’s Tony Schinella. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Nashua today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and windy. High: 52 Low: 44. New England Crusaders, Inc.: New England Crusader Jamfest (8:00 a.m.) Symphony NH: Symphonic rehearsals and concert (8:30 a.m.) …

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DJ Q&A: Candice Choi | Culture & Leisure

CREATING HARMONY ONE NOTE AT A TIME: CURRENT MUSICIANS DIRECTOR CANDICE CHOI CREATES A COMMUNITY FOR STUDENTS, YOUNG AND OLD. DJ: You are a music teacher and director of a school for musicians. How did you come to your profession? CC: I was born and raised in Daly City. Both …

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Randy Rhoads: Shedding light on a dark sound

Tracii Pistols: Absolutely. First of all, any experimental guitarist should have a guitar tech helping them while they play live. What Randy was actually using was an Echoplex tape retarder. Now we have these fancy echoes, where you can actually tap your foot in time on the delay and it’s …

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Today in history: May 6, Hindenburg crash

Today is Friday, May 6, the 126th day of 2022. There are 239 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On May 6, 1937, the German hydrogen-filled airship Hindenburg caught fire and crashed while attempting to dock at Lakehurst, New Jersey; 35 of the 97 people on …

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What’s New in Livingston Parish – May 5 | Coming

advice on aging The Livingston Council on Aging is hosting the 2022 Membership Drive through Friday, May 10, 2022. Anyone interested in becoming a member can register at the Council on Aging office at 949 Government Dr. Denham Springs, La. Or call our office at (225) 664-9343. Only registered members …

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Seattle Opera and the PNB Orchestra will share the stage for the benefit of Ukraine

Seattle show for Ukraine: “We have to react, especially now, and take this music back”. It’s a premier music event in Seattle, all to benefit Ukrainian artists. Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet Orchestra announced that they would organize a concert for Ukraine. Seeing either band alone is a special …

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SXSW Film Alumni Releases – May & June 2022

It’s never a bad time to binge on new stuff SXSW Movie announcements from the alumni. Stack your watchlist with New in May and June including a documentary on the biggest Social Security fraud, The big con; a not-so-small and big-hearted adventure with Marcel the shell with shoes; and Sherylthe …

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The Outer Banks Voice – Artrageous Kids Art Festival will bring magic to Dowdy Park

MAY 7 ARTRAGEOUS Kids Art Festival will bring magic to Dowdy Park By Story submitted on May 2, 2022 Presented by PNC Bank Families are invited to enjoy free interactive visual and performing arts at the 33rd Annual Artrageous Kids Art Festival presented by PNC Bank, which will be held …

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Spinal Tap ‘Mick Shrimpton’ drummer Ric Parnell dies at 70

Ric Parnell, the English musician best known for playing drummer Mick Shrimpton in It’s Spinal Tapdied at the age of 70. The rocker bounced around in bands early in his career, before joining progressive rock band Atomic Rooster in 1970. He stayed with the band until 1974, playing on studio …

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Best Anime About Rock Bands, Ranked by IMDb

Science fiction and fantasy seem to be the go-to genres in the anime world. But the anime industry is much more diverse than that as it incorporates other elements such as romance, drama, and even music. In fact, the fascination with rock in Japan is such that there’s no shortage …

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The TTU School of Music will give an end-of-year concert on May 1 | KLBK | KAMC

LUBBOCK, Texas (PRESS RELEASE) — Here is a press release from Texas Tech University: WHAT: The Texas Tech University School of Music, part of the JT & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts, will be performing and will feature the university’s college choirs and symphony orchestra. WHEN: 7:30 …

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Pamplin Media Group – Back on the sale of the Eastmoreland plant

Popular plant sale marks end of pandemic restrictions by returning to Eastmoreland in May The pandemic has interrupted so many things. A popular annual event that has been on hiatus for three years is the Eastmoreland Garden Club fundraising plant sale. This year it’s back, with more emphasis on celebration. …

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King’s Lynn singer offers free songwriting workshops

A jazz singer who moved from London to Lynn is encouraging female songwriters to join her free online workshops. The free workshop series is offered in May and focuses on the creative principles of songwriting and songmaking, for women who want to learn more about the process. From May 23-27, …

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NCPA Announces Inauguration of SHRUTINANDAN Music Center of Excellence NCPA

The National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA), India’s premier performing arts institute, announces the inauguration of the ‘SHRUTINANDAN NCPA Center of Excellence in Music’, a music academy dedicated to the preservation, propagation and perpetuation of Indian music. The academy is in association with Shrutinandan of Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty, Kolkata, …

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Arena Pharmaceuticals, Boehringer Ingelheim, Fabre-Kramer Pharmaceuticals, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Merck & Co – Ripon College Days

The latest version of WMR titled Sleep and Wakefulness Disorders Market Research Report 2022-2028 (by Product Type, End-User/Application and Regions/Countries) provides an in-depth assessment of Sleep and Wakefulness Disorder, including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies, company profiles of key players and the strategies. Global Sleep …

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Jaye Foo launches S’pore’s first NFT bar and lounge, The Parlor

“I first heard about NFTs on the news when Beeple sold his digital art for $69 million,” says local musician and entrepreneur Jaye Foo. Although they’ve been around since 2012, NFTs only came to mainstream attention early last year. Following the sale of Beeple’s Daily: first 5,000 days in March …

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Nyssa’s Green Thumbs are gearing up for the May 2 flower sale

Nyssa High School’s popular annual flower basket sale is scheduled for May 2, starting at 7am. Columnist Susan Barton has the details, as well as more on the events at Nyssa. (Company/FILE) Flower baskets grown by the Nyssa High School Greenhouse class will go on sale Monday, May 2 starting …

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Olivia Rodrigo reunites with two ‘High School Musical’ bandmates: Pic – Billboard

When Olivia Rodrigo and her co-stars sang “We are all in the same boat” on High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, they really meant it. Julia Lester and Larry Saperstein, who played Rodrigo’s high school comedians on the show, attended the Sour Tour on Tuesday, April 26, to meet …

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Fengaros Music Village workshops offer a range of skills

What are cookies As is common practice with almost all professional websites, https://cyprus-mail.com (our “Site”) uses cookies, which are tiny files that are downloaded to your device, to improve your experience. This document describes what information they collect, how we use it and why we sometimes need to store these …

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The U de I music school celebrates its 125th anniversary

Urbana, IL (WCIA) The University of Illinois School of Music will celebrate its 125th anniversary from April 29 through May1, 2022, with a weekend of special concerts that showcase the talent and range of itsstudents, teachers, alumni and community artists. Concerts at Smith Memorial Hall are free and do not …

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Update on CVPA from UMass Dartmouth to Downtown New Bedford

Questions have been raised in recent weeks about the future of UMass Dartmouth College of Visual and Performing Arts at the Star Store in downtown New Bedford. The college was, at one time, seen as a key part of New Bedford’s growing arts community, but critics say the CVPA gradually …

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THE WEEK AHEAD: April 25 to May 1 | Local

Monday April 25 The saxophonists will present their works to the public from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Whitmore Recital Hall of the Beaux-Arts building. This event is free, no registration is required. Join the Columbia Jazz Orchestra for their monthly show at the Broadway Brewery from 8:30-10:30 p.m. …

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Rachel Hagans breaks 41-year-old high school long jump record

History links UK Invitational Results (PDF) Murray State’s Rachel Hagans was the top performer on the Racer women’s track and field team at the Kentucky Invitational and Illinois Invitational At the British Athletics Complex in Lexington, Kentucky, Hagans broke Murray …

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Simon Hale Now 2022: Age, background, net worth and more from the multi-award-winning composer!

Happy Birthday Simon Hale! Simon Hale Age, Background Simon Hale is now 58 and doesn’t look his age at all. Something powerful must be in his music career because he looks as lively and fresh as ever. Born in the United Kingdom on April 23, 1964, Simon Hale is a …

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IP High Court Dismisses Music School Students’ Copyright Infringement Claim

(No. 10022 (Ne) of 2020, IP High Court (March 18, 2021)) Article 1 BACKGROUND The plaintiffs (those who operate music schools) sued the defendant (JASRAC) for declaratory relief regarding the non-existence of liability for damages for copyright infringement, claiming that the lessons and miscellaneous types of performances played in music …

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Fullmetal Alchemist Trailer Shows Explosive Alchemy Battles Live

The latest trailer for the two upcoming Fullmetal Alchemist live-action movies shows off more of their special effects-laden action scenes. Fullmetal Alchemist released a new trailer for upcoming live-action movies, Scar’s Revenge and The last transmutation. The trailer focuses on the action from the two sequel films and shows several …

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School board approves optional instructor and musical trip to Valley Fair – Crookston Times

Jess Bengtson Chief Editor After approving consent items on the agenda, including the resignation of two primary school teachers from Highland Elementary and approving the hiring of a new agricultural instructor for Crookston High School and two contracts administrative assistant for CHS, the Crookston School Board has approved the addition …

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US Blu-ray and DVD releases: The King’s Daughter, Night Creatures: Collector’s Edition, A Life Among Whales and more

Posted by Mike Spring on Apr 19, 2022 in All, DVD/Blu-ray, Movie, Reviews | Comments off on US Blu-ray and DVD releases: The King’s Daughter, Night Creatures: Collector’s Edition, A Life Among Whales and more creatures of the night It’s another short week this week, with few releases and honestly …

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Bourne Public Schools offering summer enrichment programs for students of all ages

For immediate release BOURNE — From health and wellness exercises to learning the ins and outs of musical theater, students at Bourne Public Schools will have a wide selection of enrichment programs to look forward to this summer. The programs will provide a safe, engaging and nurturing environment for students …

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Composer Harrison Birtwistle dies aged 87 | Classical music

Harrison Birtwistle, one of Britain’s greatest songwriters, has died aged 87. Birtwistle’s compositions of uncompromising modernism – ranging from large-scale grand opera to intimate pieces for solo piano – have dominated British music for more than five decades. He was born in Accrington in 1934 and as a young clarinetist …

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THIS WEEK IN THE ARTS | Easter, MHS Prom, Wamego Tulip Festival and more | Region

K-State Women’s Rowing at the SIRA Championships, all day. K-State Men’s Golf at Hawkeye Invitational, all day. Downtown Farmer’s Market, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Third and Leavenworth Streets. Easter Family Drive-Thru, 9am-12pm. Drive the family through the HyVee parking lot and receive gifts. Egg Hunt at the Farm, 10:30 …

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Labette County High School Students Receive Music Awards | News

ALTAMONT — Labette County High School senior Marlee Mikel received the National School Choral Award at her final high school concert Monday. The award is the highest honor for high school choir performers, recognizing singular merit, ability, and achievement of outstanding contributions to the success of the school’s vocal program. …

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The reopening of the Creole restaurant in Juban restores the essential of gastronomy in Baton Rouge | Entertainment/Life

They are crazy. And they came back with a new chef, a new menu and a new look. That doesn’t mean you won’t recognize Juban’s Creole restaurant. It’s still in the same location at 3739 Perkins Road with a gourmet atmosphere filled with Baton Rouge spirit. After all, what would …

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Prizes awarded at the Carl Nielsen International Competition 2022 | News

The winners of the Carl Nielsen International Competition were announced last night in Odense, with a surprise joint first prize for the violin discipline. Hans Christian Aavik and Bohdan Luts both received first prize from the violin jury, chaired by Noah Bendix-Balgley. Although the price has not yet been decided, …

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Weddings are booming, but pandemic-related supply chain disruptions and labor shortages persist

Tyler Laferriere and Travis Holloway’s wedding last month at a California resort featured stunning views of the Santa Rosa Mountains, spicy margaritas and a menu of steak, bass and halibut. It was also largely off budget. The couple began planning the festivities and locking in some prices a year ago, …

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THIS WEEK IN THE ARTS | K-State Open House, live music, laundry and more | Region

K-State Open House, 9am-3pm Expedition Asia Opening, 9 a.m. Crafts and shows, as well as turtle feeding. Downtown Farmer’s Market, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Third and Leavenworth Streets. Meet the Magical Unicorn, 10 a.m. Emma the Unicorn will be on site from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with a …

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These 3 hits prove that Apple TV+ is a serious competitor to streaming

CODA, Breakup and slow horses all appeared in the top 10 most-watched movies and TV shows of this week. Each is from Apple TV+, and they show the streaming service has become a strong contender against Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+. Perhaps that will quell lingering doubts about Apple’s foray into …

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Meet the members of the HYBE Girl group, LE SSERAFIM

After much anticipation, HYBE Corporation – the company behind BTS – announced their first-ever girl group THE SSERAFIM at the end of March. Comprised of six members, the up-and-coming K-pop actor is set to debut under Source Music, the HYBE artist label that handles names like GFriend. Ahead of their …

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Concerts, Creativity and Bmx at Spazio Polarsco. It’s jazz, markets and festival illustrations

Today at 9 p.m., it’s the first meeting of Massimo Coppola’s tour, presenting his latest album “Io vivo come te”. After a restyling and an overhaul of activities, we are starting a weekend full of gifts, creativity and grains of jazz. This weekend, the new Spazio Polaresco, which opened its …

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William Long Named 2022 Arts Division Alumni Distinguished Graduate Student

Each year, the five academic divisions of UC Santa Cruz—Arts, Baskin School of Engineering, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Physical and Biological Sciences—select a former graduate/a/i student as their Honored graduate student. The awards ceremony for the 2022 cohort will take place on April 23 during the graduate weekend. UC Santa …

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ACTO Announces April 2022 Concert Season

VerRona Grandil (Courtesy of ACTO) It’s not often that Cottonwood has the privilege of hosting internationally renowned artists and a world premiere concert, but April brings just that. Discover below the remarkable group of solo artists who, under the direction of world-renowned guitarist William Eaton, will collaborate on the Wisdom …

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🌱 Three Village Daily: Silk Painting Art Workshop + Easter Parade

Happy Thursday neighbours! Let’s start this day. Here are the biggest things happening today in Three Village. Here are today’s top 5 stories in Three Village: RC Murphy Junior High School students participated in a college and career week organized by the school’s guidance department. The aim was to encourage …

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Source Music denies allegations that LE SSERAFIM’s Kim Ga-ram was a school bully

Source Music has publicly denied allegations that Kim Ga-ram, a member of upcoming girl group LE SSERAFIM, was a school bully. Less than a day after the label introduced Kim as a member of the group, a number of netizens claimed that the 16-year-old singer had been involved in bullying …

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Oh Brother, Brother – SNJ Today

The weekend of the brothers arrives at Levoy. April 8 hosts “A Brothers Revival,” an evening featuring the music of the Allman Brothers and their friends. David Goldflies, who played bass with the Allman Brothers for over four years, will be in the house. The following night, the Zmed Brothers …

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World music in an intimate setting

Songs from past and present, near and far Singer Jessica Fichot evokes Paris and old Shanghai at the Collage by Bondo Wyszpolski For lovers of musicians with singular grace and style, it is impossible to miss Jessica Fichot, whose first two albums are in the tradition of French song and …

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Sing His Praises: The Whole Valley Can Adopt the “Music Friendly” Designation

Music is a big part of South Texas culture. It’s more than the birthplace or home of legends ranging from Kris Kristofferson and Freddy Fender to Roberto Cantoral and Gloria Trevi; more than the site where Narciso Martinez originated the norteño genre which, with its associated Tejano and conjunto styles, …

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Harrison School of Music and New City School of Music to Perform in Elvis’ Hometown: Free Live Stream Available

(Photo: Harrison School of Music) Thirty students from Harrison & New City School of Music will perform at the Guest House at Graceland in Memphis, TN on Thursday, April 7 at 3:30 p.m. EST. Birthplace of Elvis, there are two full days of music from schools across the country featuring …

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Pakistani singer Arooj Aftab wins his first Grammy

Published on: 04/03/2022 – 23:54Amended: 04/03/2022 – 23:53 Las Vegas (AFP) Brooklyn-based Pakistani singer Arooj Aftab won her first Grammy on Sunday, winning a prestigious trophy for her song “Mohabbat” in the Best Global Performance category. The 37-year-old – who has lived in New York for about 15 years – …

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Today in History: April 3, Unabomber Arrested

Today in History Today is Sunday, April 3, the 93rd day of 2022. There are 272 days left in the… Today in History Today is Sunday, April 3, the 93rd day of 2022. There are 272 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On April 3, 1973, …

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Community tells IU that Jacobs ‘time is up’ for not following up on sexual misconduct policies

Editor’s note: This story includes mention of sexual assault. A group of students dressed in black armed themselves with umbrellas and hand-drawn signs. They endured falling temperatures and pouring rain outside the East Studio Building to protest along with more than 150 other students and community members demanding a change …

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Your guide to the April Art Walk

It’s an eclectic lineup on the first Friday in April on Roosevelt Row, Grand Avenue and in downtown Phoenix. Those interested in live tarot can stop by Cha Cha’s Tea Lounge on Grand Avenue to listen to live music and live paint. Handcrafted mandalas will be on display at Trinity …

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The 2022 NEA Jazz Masters celebrate their 40th anniversary

A drummer, bassist, saxophonist and vocalist take the stage and a jam session begins. This year’s National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) 2022 Jazz Masters can do it anytime. Drummer Billy Hart, bassist Stanley Clarke, vocalist Cassandra Wilson and saxophonist Donald Harrison Jr., AB Spellman NEA Jazz Masters Fellowship for …

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How to pitch to NPR Music

NPR Music is an editorial team dedicated to connecting the dots between the people who make music, the people who listen to it, and the context around them. We prioritize posting from a wide range of perspectives, not just one definitive “take”, and are open to all genres, especially those …

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🌱 Deadly Shootout on South St. + Plants R Us Zaferia Fundraiser

Hello, neighbors; today is National Walk in the Park Day! Sylvia here with a brand new Long Beach Daily. A fatal shooting in the south may have been gang-related. Also, there is a fundraiser this saturday with plants! Ultimately, Washington Neighborhood Street Art is on its way, and officials want …

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Yo-Yo Ma plays Mozart with Afghan refugees in Portugal | International

LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Renowned American cellist Yo-Yo Ma joined refugees from the National Institute of Music of Afghanistan in Lisbon, the Portuguese capital, on Tuesday for a performance of Mozart’s Eine kleine Nachtmusik. Ma joined young Afghan and Portuguese musicians on a small stage at the National Conservatory, where …

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Huntsville music pioneer Patrice Bivins empowers women through music

Between planning festivals, teaching music and leading workshops, Patrice Bivins has made it her mission to inspire everyone she meets through the performing arts. Patrice Bivins is the founder and director of Valley Arts and Entertainment Inc. (Aperture Priority Interactive) “My first and most important role is to help others …

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CODA’ triumphs at the Oscars, as Will Smith slaps Chris Rock on stage

American writer and filmmaker Sian Heder poses with the award for Best Adapted Screenplay for ‘CODA’ in the press room during the 94th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on Sunday. (AFP photo) Deaf family drama “CODA” won Best Picture honors at the Oscars on Sunday, the first-ever …

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Nazareth College uses the power of music to raise funds for a sister school in Ukraine

PITTSFORD, NY (WROC) – More of the Rochester community is showing support for Ukraine, this time from Nazareth College. Through the power of music, Nazareth College put on a heartwarming show not only to raise funds for its sister school in Ukraine, but to unite international students around the world …

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RAYS BASEBALL: Celebrating Jean, remembering Jordan | Sports

Live long enough, get to know enough people, and eventually suicide will touch your life. Maybe he’s just a friend of a friend. Maybe it’s someone you knew in high school. Maybe it’s someone closer. Maybe it’s someone much closer. On Friday, the Rays paid tribute to someone almost no …

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Artpark announces the 2022 season

The world-class Flying Artists return to Artpark with a new show, “Leonardo, Dreams & Nightmares”. (Photo: Leonardo Albi/provided by Artpark & ​​Company) Fri, March 25, 2022 9:00 a.m. Artpark & ​​Company announced its summer 2022 season on Thursday. The Lewiston performing arts venue said it “is ready to burst with …

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Obituary: Daniel Albert Kirouac

Daniel Albert Kirouac AUBURN – Daniel Albert Kirouac, 68, of Auburn, Maine, passed away peacefully in his sleep on March 7, 2022, at his home. Dan was born in Lewiston, Maine on October 26, 1953, to Paul J. Kirouac and Dorilda M. (Cote) Kirouac and was educated at Lewiston Schools. …

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Ukrainian president asks NATO for more military support against Russia

BRUSSELS: US President Joe Biden and his Western allies on Thursday opened the first of three summits focused on increasing pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin over his war in Ukraine while dealing with the economic and security fallout which are spreading across Europe and the world.Biden and leaders of …

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Bets for Nets vs. Grizzlies, Warriors vs. Heat, Jazz vs. Celtics (March 22)

Another big association basketball night brings another round of showings for my NBA role model. Here’s what you’ll find in the template: projected team totals, combined projected totals, projected match spreads, and implied odds for the moneyline. I’ll highlight some of the most intriguing matchups on the slate with in-depth …

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Ripon Area School District to Maintain Separate Group Stations for Middle and High Schools | News

Residents of the Ripon Area School District listen as the school board discuss the replacement of Ripon High School Orchestra Director Sandy Polcyn, who is retiring at the end of this school year. Photo by Joe Schulz The Ripon Area School District (RASD) will hire a full-time employee to fill …

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Japanese-African collaboration redefines opera in Burkina Faso — Quartz Africa

These days, Burkina Faso is more likely to make headlines for terrorist attacks than for being a hotbed of culture and innovative collaborations. A renowned Japanese composer, a famous Burkinabè singer, a Congolese rapper and a group of traditional West African musicians known as griots have come together to create …

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Kent State School of Music to commemorate May 4 shooting with Severance performance

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Glauser School of Music at Kent State University will bring nearly 300 students to the Severance Music Center on May 2 for an event commemorating the May 4, 1970 shooting in Kent State. The performance, titled “Stories of Peace, Protest, and Reflection,” will primarily feature students …

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Happy End: Kazemachi’s Roman Album Review

Like all legendary bands, Happy End emerged from a cosmic alignment of supernatural talents. There was Suzuki, an 18-year-old guitar prodigy. Vocalist and guitarist Eiichi Ohtaki didn’t have Suzuki’s chops, but he was a talented songwriter and musician himself. Drummer Takashi Matsumoto wrote the lion’s share of the band’s sly …

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Imagining a new photography studio in Olcott | Local News

OLCOTT – Jessica Stewart has been working as a professional photographer for four years, but took a big step last October, moving her work out of her home and into her new studio on East Main Street. “It works really well,” Stewart said of the new workspace. “I knew it …

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Ralabate dances to the beat of his own drum – UB Now: News and Views for UB Faculty and Staff

Profile Always a dancer, Tom Ralabate takes the stage at the Center for the Arts Mainstage Theatre. Photo: Meredith Forrest Kulwicki By JACKIE HAUSLER Thomas Ralabate came running home from school to light Dick Clark’s “American Bandstand”. Lifting her younger sister off the floor, together they imitated the dancers they …

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3S Artspace hosts the traveling exhibition ‘Culture Keepers, Culture Makers’

HAMPTON — Lane Memorial Library has announced that it will host 3S Artspace Culture Keepers, Culture Makers Student Exhibit. The exhibit, which focuses on the influence of culture on race and equity, traveled from 3S Artspace to the University of New Hampshire’s Dimond Library for February, Black History Month. , …

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Heather Christian’s choral work is a study of time. Patience, too.

On an eerily heartwarming morning in early March, composer Heather Christian visited the Ars Nova space in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, for the first time in two years. The bright sun, radiating the warmth of a spring day, was enough to make her momentarily forget that she was frozen. Once inside, …

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Council Briefs: Variety of Issues Addressed at March 7 Council Meeting

With Mayor John Muhlfeld out of town for the March 7 city council meeting, Deputy Mayor Frank Sweeney and councilors successfully dealt with a myriad of agenda items. Main water supply rejection approved In an unusual twist on typical council procedure, the director of public works, Craig Workman, asked the …

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Luther College Jazz Orchestra will give a return concert on March 29 | Securities

Following its first tour since 2019, the Luther College Jazz Orchestra will perform its Homecoming Concert at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 29 at the Center for Faith and Life on the Luther College campus. Taking to the road for the first time since 2019, the members of the group …

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Pachinko Series – Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot and Latest News

Pachinko Series’ – Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot and Latest News » ‘Pachinko’ is a new global drama that is narrated in three different languages: Korean, Japanese and English. Pachinko is a new series that will be available exclusively on Apple TV and will be told in Korean, Japanese and …

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Betty Buckley pays tribute to Stephen Sondheim with her new album

Betty Buckley, who performed on stage in hits such as Cats and sunset boulevard and on stage and on screen in two versions carrie, had a long and storied career with Stephen Sondheim. Recently she shared some of these stories and some on her new album with Newsweek. Like most …

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Jamie Call Blankinship Receives UNC Board of Governors Award for Teaching Excellence

Jamie Call Blankinship, an alumnus and longtime faculty member of UNCSA, has been named the recipient of the 2022 University of North Carolina (UNC) Board of Governors Award for Excellence in Teaching. Blankinship is Director of the Stage Management Program at UNCSA’s School of Design and Production (D&P). She is …

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La Jolla Playhouse innovates theatrically with the musical “Bhangin’ It”

Most Americans may never have heard of bhangra, the energetic and expressive form of Indian folk dance and music. But the creators of a new bhangra-centric musical at La Jolla Playhouse hope that will change. Sam Willmott, the composer of “Bhangin’ It: A Bangin’ New Musical,” believes the show has …

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Sunriver Music Festival’s Piano Showcase April 1-2 celebrates the versatility and virtuosity of the piano

SUNRIVER, Oregon – This year Piano Showcase: from Bach to boogie and jazz offers two unique and exceptional public concerts, Friday April 1 and Saturday April 2, as well as a rare glimpse into Central Oregon’s first Piano Training Weekend. This includes masterclasses and workshops not to be missed if …

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THE MASTERPIECE – SLJFF Review

Conductor Marin Alsop, the first woman to conduct a major American symphony orchestra, in a scene from the documentary THE CONDUCTOR. Courtesy of St. Louis Jewish Film Festival. Happy is a good word for Bernadette Wegenstein’s delicious and inspiring biographical documentary THE CONDUCTOR, about Marin Alsop, the first female conductor …

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Ron Miles, discreet master of the jazz cornet, died at 58

He started playing the trumpet in college, as part of a summer music program, and dedicated himself to the instrument as a student at East High School. Mr. Miles played in the jazz band alongside future actor Don Cheadle, who played saxophone, and soon began an apprenticeship with respected Denver …

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Mary Frances Haugse Hornbeek

November 9, 1944 — March 7, 2022 Longtime Davis resident Mary Frances Haugse Hornbeek died at home on March 7, 2022 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. Her beloved husband of 54 years, Larry, was by her side in the final moments. Despite the difficult challenges of Parkinson’s disease, …

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NOCCA offers virtual summer session for Louisiana high school students across the state

The New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA), Louisiana’s arts conservatory for high school students, proudly announces an incredible opportunity for students across the state. A one-of-a-kind virtual summer program where students can take classes remotely with NOCCA teacher-artists. NOCCA invites students from all corners of the state to be …

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HBAAT and V+: Cultural space and municipal cinema MarcqenBarœul

Hart Berteloot Atelier Architecture Territoire (HBAAT) in Lille and V plus in Brussels won the 2017 competition and were commissioned by the town of Marcq-en-Baroeul, in Hauts-de-France, to design a new cinema on Place Doumer.The municipality wanted a building illustrating a modern cultural system for Marcq-en-Baroeul, where the arts come …

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Magnus Adds Three Key Recruits to Leadership Team | News

BURLINGAME, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 10, 2022– Magnus Medical, Inc., a medical device company developing novel, fast-acting brain stimulation technology designed to treat adults with neuropsychiatric disorders, today announced the appointment of three executives to key positions within the management team. Erica Lundmark joins as vice president of hardware engineering, Tammy Morton …

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Seven works that explode the myth of a movement

From its earliest days, Surrealism’s goal was to subvert the things that most people believed to be the very foundations of modern civilization: logic, convention, and reasoning. Surrealism promised intellectual freedom to its adherents – first writers, and later visual artists. These artists wanted to open doors to worlds that …

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Lecturer Kitty Dubin Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Playwriting Donated to OU – 2022 – School of Music, Theater & Dance – News – OU Magazine

Kitty Dubin is celebrating her 25th birthday this year by teaching playwriting classes at Oakland University. She established the first class in 1997 and now teaches beginner and advanced classes, which are offered through both the School of Music, Theater and Dance and the Creative Writing program, which is part …

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Edward Walter Larkosh – The Martha’s Vineyard Times

Jazz teacher, artist and musician Ed Larkosh passed away peacefully at his home in East Providence, RI on March 14, 2021, with his son Dan Larkosh and grandson Oliver Larkosh by his side. Ed was born March 2, 1936 in Pawtucket, RI He liked to joke that he was born …

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Is the official release date out or not?

Tanjirou, Nezuko and their friends return for a new season of the legendary anime. Demon Slayer, the hit shonen anime series, will return for a second season this year. Following the dazzling success of its first season in 2019 and the feature film Demon Slayer in 2020, Kimetsu no Yaiba …

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Concord Town Crier for March 6, 2022

PENACOOKCommunity meals ■The Open Door Community Kitchen serves free hot, nutritious meals every Monday and Wednesday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at Penacook United Church. Meals are served in Fellowship Hall, please use the rear parking lot entrance door. Everyone is welcome. CHERYL STINSON [email protected] WESTERN COASTPet vaccines ■ Visit …

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