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Anti-abortion pregnancy centers will likely survive Roe’s age — here’s how they’re funded and the services they provide

(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source of news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) (THE CONVERSATION) Experts predict increased economic hardship now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade in his decision Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. In the United States, three-quarters of abortion patients …

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The Painted Avenue of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is hosting a free dragster performance

Courtesy of the MMFA. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts brings the art of drag to its downtown painted avenue. On July 30, renowned local artist Barbada and his guests will present Drag Brunch MTL outdoors on the freshly decorated Museum Avenue. The Saturday morning show will be bilingual and …

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The Bar Harbor Music Festival is back for its 56th season

BAR HARBOR – Founded in 1967 by violinist and bandleader Francis Fortier, the Bar Harbor Music Festival will celebrate its 56e season from June 26 to July 24. Performances are in Bar Harbor: solo recitals, chamber music, “Pops”, “New Composers”, opera, jazz, 2-string orchestra concerts and a “New Composer” forum; …

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Nigeria’s chief justice resigns amid corruption allegations

CHINADU ASADU, Associated Press June 27, 2022Updated: June 27, 2022 08:09 ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Nigeria’s top judge has resigned, an aide said Monday, a week after the country’s Supreme Court justices charged the top judge with corruption. Judge Tanko Muhammad denies the allegations. Justice Muhammad resigned as Chief Justice …

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Six Recent Graduates Selected for Fulbright NZ Scholarships 2022 – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

Alumni of the University’s New Zealand School of Music – Te Kōkī (NZSM) who had the opportunity to study in the United States are flautist Isabella Gregory and jazz musicians Jack Harré and Dexter Stanley- Tauvao (Vailoa Faleata, Tāga i Savai’i). Professor Sally Jane Norman, Director of NZSM, said: “It …

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Paul McCartney impresses Glastonbury with Dave Grohl and The Boss | app

LONDON (AP) — Paul McCartney’s Glastonbury Festival show was two years late. Fans thought it was worth the wait. The former Beatle pulled out all the stops – and invited major rock ‘n’ roll stars – for a two-and-a-half-hour gig at the South West England festival on Saturday night. × …

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Colombia’s new president pledges to protect the rainforest | Economic news

If you are aware of any local business openings or closings, please let us know here. PREVIOUS OPENING AND CLOSING Pottsville Surgery Center in Schuylkill County will close after June 28, 2022 · Terrain on the Parkway offers 160 new 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments at 1625 Lehigh Parkway …

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On 5 Years Anniversary and Future Plans – Billboard

AmPm, which celebrated its fifth anniversary on March 16, recently announced its plans for 2022, including the release of its debut album, the launch of a new project, and more. On June 24, they released “Tokyo On My Mind feat. Nathan Hartono”, which you can listen to here. The concept …

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Educational and fun “worst-case scenario” – The Free Weekly

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN [email protected] Don’t call it an escape room, says Terri Trotter, president and CEO of the Jones Center, of the new immersive exhibit at the JTL Shop in downtown Springdale. “It’s not like that at all. “The worst-case scenario survival experience” is, she says, “best described as an …

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Art summer camps are free for San Diego Unified students

Perkins K-8 School Summer Camp is no ordinary affair. Many students at this music, dance and arts camp in Barrio Logan are homeless, said Mario Eguia, vice principal of City Heights Music School. “These children are going through difficult times. And it’s hard when you’re going through that to realize …

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The Occhipinti Brothers bring their array of eclectic influences to the Toronto Jazz Festival stage

Sunday isn’t officially “Occhipinti Day” at the 35th Annual Toronto Jazz Festival, but it should be. The Toronto brothers own the late-afternoon slots of the TD Main Stage: bassist Roberto Occhipinti performs with pianist Adrean Farrugia and drummer Larnell Lewis to introduce his latest project, “The Next Step,” before joining …

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La Jolla Playhouse announces Common Ground Theater as 2022/23 Theater-in-Residence

La Jolla Playhouse has announced that the Common Ground Theater will be its 2022/2023 theater-in-residence. Led by Christopher Ashley, the artistic director of the La Jolla Playhouse Wealthy Family, the theater-in-residence program aims to encourage the artistic development of local performing arts organizations, while contributing to the San Diego theater …

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Seattle Mandolin Orchestra Comes to Everett Public Library – Everett Post

You would be hard pressed to find an instrument as versatile as the mandolin. A classic Italian instrument, the mandolin has been used and adopted by many different styles and the opportunity to hear this amazing instrument has arrived in Everett! The Seattle Mandolin Orchestra will perform under Joseph Pollard …

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Guide to Fireworks Around Memphis, DeSoto County

As the Fourth of July approaches, Memphians gear up for the usual fireworks, games, food and fun. Whether you’re a hot dog and lemonade addict or looking for a Memphis touch for the holidays, there’s something for everyone in red, white and blue spirit. Here’s a look at some of …

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Elon University / Today at Elon / Thomas Erdmann published an article

Music teacher Thomas Erdmann had an article published in the professional trumpet journal. This is his 290th peer-reviewed published article. Professor Thomas Erdmann of the Department of Music published an article in the June 2022 issue of The International Trumpet Guild Journal. The article, “Sarah Wilson: Taking the Road Less …

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Yukika announces new single ‘향기’

K-pop singer Yukika will soon be releasing a brand new single titled “향기” (translates to “fragrance”). Yesterday (June 20), the Japanese-born singer shared on Twitter that she will be releasing a digital single titled “향기” on June 23 at 6 p.m. KST. The ad was accompanied by a graphic poster …

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NMSU and Jazz Arts Festival recognize Juneteenth

LAS CRUCES — The June 19 festivities of this year kicked off Tuesday with a week-long jazz arts festival and were accompanied by New Mexico State University’s celebration of the new holiday on Friday. On the stage outside the Corbett Center Student Union, students and community members gathered for an …

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Celebration Canada will feature music, a fashion show and food

By Jason Pan / Staff Reporter Canada Day celebrations are due to return on Saturday after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Celebration Canada outdoor event is scheduled to take place at Taipei Expo Park from 1-9 p.m. and admission is free. Taipei’s Canadian Trade Director, Executive …

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Find myself playing the piano and advocating for limb disabilities

One day, about nine years ago, I was at the after-school daycare — basically the gymnasium where many students stayed if their parents couldn’t pick them up right away. We usually had recess outside and a study room inside while we waited for our parents to come through the doors. …

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Rise in women seeking transportation permits comes as gun violence in Philadelphia continues to rise – CBS Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Gun violence in Philadelphia is leading to the explosion of a new group of gun owners: women. Last year, more women applied for portering permits than men in the city. Some firearms experts call it unprecedented. READ MORE: Man arrested for carjacking, assault in Montgomery County may …

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Two Divas (city workshop)

I think a lot of classical performers could learn a thing or two (or three) from soprano Eva Kong. It was an extremely pleasant concert that was absolutely not what one expects from an opera singer, but after all, where is the fun in being predictable? If I were to …

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Black Music Month ‘String & Art Fest’ on the Deuces –

ST. PETERSBURG — In celebration of Black Music Month, this Saturday, June 18 at 4 p.m., Echambliss.Artist presents String & Art Fest, an afternoon featuring multi-instrumentalist Hiram Hazley and artwork on a theme music from local artists. The event will be held at Seven C Music, 535 22nd St. S, …

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‘Clave Caribe’ showcases Latin culture on Taste’s market stage | New

LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – Although the food is the main attraction at the Taste of Tippecanoe, musicians and other entertainers still feature prominently in the evening. One group hopes this year’s performance will give people a taste of cultures around the world. “Clave Caribe” specializes in Latin American music. The …

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Mid-Ohio Multicultural Festival Returns Friday | News, Sports, Jobs

According to staff reports PARKERSBURG — After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the 2022 Mid-Ohio Multicultural Festival will be held Friday through Sunday at City Park, featuring a wide array of entertainment, food and other activities showcasing diverse cultures. Admission is free to the festival, which …

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Andrew Bird reveals inside ‘internal issues’

Prolific might be an understatement when it comes to Andre Bird‘s work across a myriad of mediums. In addition to his own work, the GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter is a renowned whistler, and was a member of Squirrel Nut Zippers for several years. Bird’s 1996 debut album, hair music, was followed by …

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Local News: Music festival continues Wednesday with drumming group DePauw (6/13/22)

Along with Abby Foehrkolb, Ming-Hui Kuo and Ben Hogan, drumming group DePauw will perform at this week’s edition of the Greencastle Summer Music Festival, which takes place at 7.30pm on Wednesday at Gobin Church. Courtesy picture The Greencastle Summer Music Festival continues its 18th season of concerts on Wednesdays at …

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Fulbright awarded to professor to study pedagogy in Ireland

FRESNO STATE — Fresno State music theory and composition teacher Dr Benjamin Boone was named a American Fulbright Scholar for the 2022-23 academic year. The prize will take him to Ireland to learn more about the musical pedagogy and work with other musicians to create and record new music. Boone …

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Former member of J-pop group KAT-TUN tells court he used illegal stimulants

This file photo shows the building that houses the Nagoya District Court. (Mainichi/Shinichiro Kawase) NAGOYA — A former member of Japanese pop group “KAT-TUN” admitted being charged with using illegal stimulants at a local hotel, among other allegations, during a June 10 court …

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Book sale, barbecue, art installation, jazz night, latest food trucks, be an ally, and more

Above: Highlights for the next ten days include this Saturday’s Friends of the Library book sale and the final evening of the Rotary Food Truck Festival. (photos by Beth Melo) Here are the highlights of what’s going on around (or related to) our city this weekend until the next one. …

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Free ‘Something in the Water’ Tickets for DC High Schoolers

The festival, which was previously held in Virginia Beach where Pharrell Williams grew up, will take place at the National Mall on the weekend of June 17, from June 17-19. WASHINGTON — Mayor Muriel Bowser and musician Pharrell Williams have a graduation present up their sleeves for this year’s high …

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Grachan Moncur III, trombonist whose star briefly shone, dies at 85

What could have been a longer relationship with Blue Note ended after two albums in a publishing rights dispute. Ultimately, he was able to retain his rights to the music for “Evolution”, but he felt he wouldn’t stay on the label for long. “They were very disappointed with that, and …

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On This Day in History – June 9 – Almanac

1/2 Fans gather around a poster of 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat June 7, 2014. On June 9, 1973 Secretariat, after winning the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, won the race’s Triple Crown with a spectacular victory in the Belmont Stakes. File photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License picture Today is …

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NM Jazz Workshop launches the Summer Series 2022 with 15 concerts

On June 24, at 7 p.m., the group Pedrito Martinez performs in partnership with Outpost and the New Mexico Jazz Workshop. (Courtesy of The Pedrito Group) What better than music to enjoy the summer? After a three-year hiatus, the New Mexico Jazz Workshop is proud to announce the 2022 “Under …

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Music Teacher Playing Trombone Scares A Canadian School Bear

Music teacher sounds trombone to scare bear away from school A black bear hanging out outside a classroom in rural B.C. was chased away by a trombone-playing music teacher on May 27, 2022. Credit: Makayla Mitchell via Storyful LAKE SHAWNIGAN, Canada – A black bear caught lingering outside a classroom …

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Historians describe how embracing diversity changed Baltimore’s landscape – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Historians have found a rich LGBTQ history in Maryland, from rural counties to the city of Baltimore. Preservation Maryland conducted an extensive background study on LGBTQ history in 2020, making Maryland the second state in the nation to do so. READ MORE: Baltimore County Council members urge …

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80th Anniversary of the Battle of Midway

JUNE 7, 2022 – The Naval District of Washington (NDW) hosted the Chief of Naval Operations Wreath Laying Ceremony commemorating the Battle of Midway at the United States Navy Memorial in Washington, DC on June 6. June 2022 marks the 80th anniversary of the decisive multi-day battle between US and …

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Izmir will host the International Film and Music Festival

ISTANBUL Organized by Izmir Metropolitan Municipality with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, General Directorate of Cinema, and in cooperation with the Intercultural Art Association, the Second Izmir International Film and Music Festival will take place from June 10 to 19. class=”cf”> The festival, which was held …

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“Music should become a basic requirement for any band that really wants to develop it

Being a musician at any level helps you develop whole-brain integration, says Gerald Leonard, author of Culture is the Bass and Workplace Jazz. This means your left and right brains are both working, which helps you see the big goal as well as the details needed to get there, he …

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Royal Opera stages Madama Butterfly with changes to respect Japanese culture | royal opera

It’s a dramatic masterpiece and a key part of any opera’s core repertoire – but Madama Butterfly was also a product of its time, riddled with stereotypes and racist portrayals of Asian people. So what does it mean to stage Giacomo Puccini’s 1904 classic in 2022? That’s the question the …

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Wuthering Heights – The Musical Workshop at the Turbine Theater

Does the world really need another adaptation of The Wuthering Heights? I saw a musical adaptation (called Cathy: A Tale of Wuthering Heights) at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2019, and in early 2022 the National Theater hosted the touring production of Wise Children. There are at least two operas …

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A young Hereford musician has won a place at England’s top music school

A YOUNG musician from Hereford has won a place in the county’s first music school. Talented musician Keeley Taylor has been offered a place at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester for the sixth year. The school produced the youngest winner of the BBC’s Young Musician of the Year award …

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Watch Jaguar Jonze’s Weird New Music Video For ‘Swallow’

Jaguar Jonze has shared a music video for ‘Swallow’ from his new album ‘Bunny Mode’, to mark the release of the record. Arriving yesterday (June 3), the “Swallow” music video is another eye-catching visual from Jonze, who directs most of her video content herself. The strange affair involves large, shibari …

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The best free events in Philadelphia this weekend and next week

📅 Our calendar is updated every Friday at inquirer.com/freecalendar. For other great events, check out our Event calendar and children’s calendar. Submit an event to our calendar here. (Pride/Community Month) The City kicks off Pride Month each year by raising the More Colours, More Pride flag at City Hall. Join …

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Philly police officers conducted a music class after Hartranft Elementary teacher left

Hartranft Elementary’s music teacher quit in December, and the North Philadelphia school was never able to hire a permanent replacement. So instead of learning the instruments and songs, students had a series of subtitles and worksheets. As so many schools across the city and across the country hampered by an …

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The best concerts to see in Manchester in June

As June rolls around and we reach the middle of the year, it’s a good time to reflect on the fun we’ve had so far. Post-COVID, we’ve been hit with a plethora of gigs from our favorite bands, induced by the inevitable radio listening during back-to-back shutdowns (cheers, 6Music!), and …

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What to do in June in Franklin County, Pennsylvania

There’s no shortage of things to do in and around Franklin County in June 2022. Here’s a selection of events to add to your social calendar, listed by date: Fayetteville Volunteer Fire Department Annual Firefighter Carnival When: from Thursday June 2 to Saturday June 11; doors open at 5 p.m. …

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Musicians to Rally June 6 at Carnegie Hall for DCINY Fair Deal – Deadline

The musicians will gather outside Carnegie Hall on Monday for a fair deal with Distinguished Concerts International New York, a for-profit company that holds most of its concerts at the famous venue. The rally will begin at 6 p.m. ET. The DCINY orchestra formed a union with the American Federation …

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Tiny Office Concert: NPR

It was surely a day of tears of joy. And those tears of joy for Alisa Amador, the winner of the 2022 Tiny Desk contest, came at a time when she was considering putting her music career on hold. For the staff at NPR and the Tiny Desk crew, this …

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Pete Letanka Trio play at Steyning Jazz Club

Pete Letanka Their new line-up is Pete Letanka, piano; Sam Burgess, bass; and Jon Ormston, drums. Club spokesman Colin Jilks said: “Sam Burgess is a much sought after musician who has been with Ronnie Scott’s House Band for 13 years. Register to our daily newsletter SussexWorld Today “And Jon Ormston’s …

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Midcoast Music Academy Celebrates 10th Anniversary – Knox County VillageSoup

ROCKLAND/ROCKPORT — The Midcoast Music Academy invites the public to celebrate 10 years of music and community on Sunday, June 12 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. outdoors at Waterworks Restaurant, 7 Lindsey Street, Rockland. Musical performances by alumni and a fantastic faculty jam will be followed by a dance …

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Joel Shapira Quartet with the opening set of the Peter Goggin Quartet

Headliner (9:30) Joel Shapira Quartet Pete Whitman – SaxophonesJoel Shapira – GuitarTom Lewis – BassDave Schmalenberger – Drums Joel Shapira Quartet” is made up of four Twin Cities jazz veterans, all in top form. Joel Shapira guitar, Pete Whitman saxophone, Tom Lewis bass, Dave Schmalenberger drums. The band released “Open …

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Weddings | Mount Airy News

May 29, 2022 In remembrance of members of the armed forces who have fallen in service to the country, a grateful nation observes Memorial Day on the last Monday in May. An Elkin resident and Army veteran has taken extra steps to honor the dead, after completing two honor flights …

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Taiwanese mangaka gets noticed in Japan

By Jonathan Chin / Editor, with CNA Taiwanese manga artist Gao Yan (高妍) launched a standalone edition of the manga series Lu Zhih Ge (綠之歌) in Taiwan and Japan on Wednesday. Gao has been working in manga art since childhood and was working as an illustrator in 2018 when she …

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All-Star winners will perform on June 5

Each year, students at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music prepare for the All-Star Competition. The prize is a chance to perform solo with the UCLA Philharmonia, the school’s flagship orchestra and one of Southern California’s top training orchestras. This year’s winners will perform at Royce Hall on Sunday, …

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2022 Roller Skates Market Report Covers Profiling Top Key Players – Skorpion Sports, Mesuca Sports, Roces, Seba Skates, Cougar, K2 Sports

Halal Market Size 2022 Industry Share, Strategies, Growth Analysis, Regional Demand, Revenue, Key Players and Forecast Research Report 2030 In this report, a comprehensive analysis of the current global Halal market in terms of demand and supply environment is provided along with the price trend currently and in the coming …

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Three concerts on the bill at Blackmon

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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‘This Is Us’ Series Finale Review and Recap Made Us Cry the Perfect Amount

At the start of the It’s us finale, all-time great emoter Randall Pearson (Sterling K. Brown) effectively sums up my mood about writing this farewell to the NBC drama: “I’m fine. I am rightly sad and I am rightly anxious about this eulogy. Last week, the extended Pearson clan said …

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Blood test predicts response to immunotherapy

According to a study published in natural medicine. “The results of this study will help us identify and design better blood biomarkers in immuno-oncology,” said Young Kwang Chae, MD, MPH, MBA, associate professor of medicine in the Division of Hematology and Oncology and co-author of the study. Atezolizumab monotherapy, an …

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Pittsburgh Dance Council’s new season brings exciting works on stage and on ice | Dance | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo: Mathieu Doyon ELASTIC The Pittsburgh Dance Council knows that audiences crave live performances after going without them for more than two years. In a press release, Randal Miller of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust said that last season the Council “celebrated the return of …

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Ronnie Scott’s Lost Album (Review)

There is a long-standing tension in improvised music between the primacy of live performance and the permanence of recordings. When the music is so different every performance because there’s so much improvisation, the most valuable “experience” would seem to be hearing it. inhabit, in the moment. Yet because sheet music …

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Disability businesses struggle to stay afloat

Yangyel Lhaden Almost six months after the Disabled People’s Organization (DPO), with the support of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), established four businesses for people with disabilities (PwD), only one music school is operational today. The prolonged lockdown has severely hampered businesses. …

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Happy Birthday Mr. Frank! Local Pearl Harbor survivor Frank Emond turns 104: NorthEscambia.com

Pearl Harbor survivor Frank Emond of Cantonment celebrated his 104th birthday on Saturday. You can leave your birthday wishes in the comments section below, or on our Facebook page. Originally from Rhode Island, Emond enlisted in the Navy in 1938 as a musician. He played the French horn for the …

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Withdraw? East Bay pianist Professor Bob Athayde has other ideas

Bob Athayde did not receive the retirement memo. After 45 years in the classroom, including a perpetual run as orchestra director of Stanley Middle School since 1986, he’s well overdue for some rest and relaxation. There’s fish to catch, books to read, and a comfy chair to escape gravity. But …

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The Manhattan School of Music held the 2022 gala in New York’s iconic Rainbow Room

The Manhattan School of Music (MSM) hosted its 2022 Gala on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at the Rainbow Room, Rockefeller Plaza, New York City. The gala honored Trustee Emeritus Carla Bossi-Comelli (HonDMA ’20) and celebrated the 30th anniversary of the School’s prestigious Orchestral Performance Program (OPP). Hosted by Isabel Leonard …

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Teenage girl arrested for harassing and brandishing box cutter at member of Japanese boy band 7 Men Samurai

Shibuya police have arrested a 17-year-old girl for harassing and brandishing a box cutter at a member of Japanese boy band 7 Men Samurai. The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department on Wednesday announced the arrest of the unidentified high school student in Yokohama for violating the Stalker Control Law and the …

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Symphony Space will present the world premiere of ULYSSES by the elevator repair service

Symphony Space, which celebrates James Joyce’s masterpiece Ulysses in its beloved annual Bloomsday on Broadway, marks the landmark occasion of the book’s 100th anniversary with a new commission in which Elevator Repair Service (ERS) brings the novel to a wild and illuminating theatrical life. Directed by John Collins, this world …

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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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