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On History Day – August 9 – Almanac

Today is Monday August 9, the 221st day of 2021 with 144 to follow. The moon is growing. The morning stars are Jupiter, Neptune, Saturn and Uranus. The evening stars are Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Saturn, Uranus and Venus. People born on this day are under the sign of Leo. …

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Today in History: Sunday August 8

(AP) – Today is Sunday August 8, the 220th day of 2021. There are 145 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: August 8, 1974President Richard Nixon, facing further damaging revelations in the Watergate scandal, announced he would step down the next day. To this date : …

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Yoko Ono presents MEND PIECE for London

This fall, visitors to the Whitechapel Gallery are invited to participate in an interactive installation by world-renowned artist, musician and activist Yoko Ono (b.1933, Japan). Yoko Ono, Mend Piece, 1966/2018, Broken cups and saucers, thread, glue, duct tape. Installation view: ‘You & I’, A4 Arts Foundation, Cape Town, South Africa, …

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A violinist on how to empower Asian musicians

I was not surprised by the recent violence against Asian Americans. I vividly remember being scared as a kid in Illinois in the 1980s. At that time, Japan was seen as an impending economic force invading the United States. In 1982, Vincent Chin, a Chinese-American, was beaten to death by …

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Sports news of the day: what you need to know

Latest – One of the U.S. team’s alternate or back-up gymnasts has tested positive for the coronavirus, but the main team has moved to separate accommodation and continues to prepare for the Olympics, USA Gymnastics said on Monday. Photo: PHOTOSPORT A Japanese official previously said a member of the U.S. …

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Seven agencies causing a sensation on the music scene

Hybe continued to grow through acquisitions and restructurings, adding several subsidiaries. The company announced in March that it plans to increase its business portfolio to bring people together through music. The heavyweight of the music industry is also aiming to enter the international market with its range of labels. The …

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Faster Than Sound: Captain Quackenbush’s and Outer Heaven Disco Club Make Debut Delayed by COVID: New Music Hubs Launch in Former Strange Brew and Dozen Street Spaces – Music

Alexalone at Captain Quackenbush’s Cafe (Photo by Rachel Rascoe) Saturday evening, Alex peterson of Alexalonethunderous guitar work turned out Captain Quackenbush’s Cafe will not be limited to Java store strummers. The newly signed Polyvinyl discs act, including Sam jordan, Husband Rubio, and new Austin resident Hannah Read of Lomelda on …

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Swaledale Festival welcomes young classical artists

EXCITEMENT is building in the North Dales as two of the best young classical artists come together to perform at the Swaledale Festival on July 15th this year. Captivating Australian mezzo-soprano Lotte Betts-Dean and exceptional Scottish / Japanese guitarist Sean Shibe will perform duets from Dowland, Schubert, Britten and Debussy …

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Inside today’s virtual artist labels

Ex-factory New’s FN Meka factory Virtual artists are nothing new: Animation group Gorillaz, created by musician Damon Albarn and visual artist Jamie Hewlett, has sold the equivalent of more than 24 million albums worldwide (according to his label, Parlophone) and won a Grammy Award for the hit “Feel Good Inc.” …

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New music from three all-female ensembles

What Japanese Breakfast, Sleater-Kinney and Liz Phair have in common is, of course, the fact that they are all led by female singers, but they have all just released new albums as well, creating a buzz among their fans. At 54, Phair is the eldest of the three, and her …

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Giorgio Armani Men Spring 2022

The king is alive and well. Just after his men’s spring show which marked for the creator the return to the physical format, Giorgio Armani gathered journalists under a kiosk in the garden of his building on Via Borgonuovo in Milan to reassure them about his physical condition. Twenty days …

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50 years of the independent Chicago blues label

American Masters: Buddy Guy-Blues chases the blues Another Chicago blues flagship will premiere and air Tuesday, July 27 at 9 p.m. on WTTW and wttw.com/live. In 1971, a 23-year-old white hippie took a six-fingered bluesman with a cheap Japanese guitar and his two sidemen to a Chicago studio, making the …

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Faster Than Sound: Love Wheel Records Rolls In: Austin Music Pillar Mike Nicolai Sells Vinyl Records And Indoor Creature Parties At The Ballroom – Music

Love Wheeler, vinyl dealer: Mike Nicolai. (Photo by John Anderson) Right next to Burnet, North Austin stop Love wheel discs open at the end of April nestled between a nail salon and a hairdressing salon. Joe, the three-legged shop dog, greets vinyl customers in the cheerful green and orange shop. …

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Music and dance continue to drive societal change

The Opinion BDN section operates independently and does not set newsroom policies or contribute to reporting or editing articles elsewhere in the newspaper or on bangordailynews.com. David L. Nevins is co-editor of The Fulcrum and co-founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bridge Alliance Education Fund. Watching …

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Music and dance continue to drive change

Nevins co-editor of The Fulcrum and co-founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bridge Alliance Education Fund. Watching the Kennedy Center Honors on Sunday night, I realized that this celebration of lifelong artistic achievement is more than just a show business awards ceremony. The Kennedy Center represents …

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The story of boy’s love

The Boys Love genre has seen a renaissance recently, with many new titles in the limelight and several older titles receiving renewed attention. The Boys Love genre has a fascinating and unique history, evolving over the years to become the genre it is today. In fact, the story of Boys …

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What is Asian American music, really?

In the decades since its inception, the term “Asian American” has become depoliticized; Once a coalition that sought to mobilize collectively against injustice, it has evolved into a demographic – and marked by cavernous contrasts. After the passage of the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965, an infusion of Asian …

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Today in history | WTOP

Today in History Today is Sunday May 30, the 150th day of 2021. There are 215 days left in… Today in history Today is Sunday, May 30, the 150th day of 2021. There are 215 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On May 30, 1431, Joan of …

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Remembering the women of our wars | Op-ed

They were nurses, soldiers, code breakers, factory workers, resistance fighters, prisoners of war, victims. We must remember this on Remembrance Day. Women have been warriors throughout history. During the Civil War, they took male pseudonyms, wore men’s uniforms, and fought on both sides. Harriet Tubman was then a spy and …

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Your Guide to the Perfect Memorial Day Weekend in Honolulu

Photo: courtesy of Shinnyo Lantern Floating Hawai’i Hawaii Shinnyo Lantern Floating Interactive Experience Until June 5 Rather than putting out thousands of souvenir lanterns at Ala Moana Beach, this year’s Shinnyo Lantern Floating Hawai’i has morphed into “Many Rivers, One Ocean: Interactive Experience”, accepting reservations nightly until. June 5. Shinnyo-en …

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A conversation with Bryan Ida – The Santa Clara

In a statement addressed to his influential work, Ida explains that he uses, “contemporary subjects related to historical events to emphasize that man’s inhumanity towards man is universal and endless.” Ida’s goal is to promote emotion, rather than fear – to reflect “compassion, respect and a desire to right the …

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KARUNA SHINSHO LAUNCHES NEW SINGLE “O PATO”

KARUNA SHINSHO LAUNCHES A NEW SINGLE “O PATO” – Bossa Nova from Japan! Japanese American singer Karuna Shinsho, known for her sweet and calming vocal renditions of jazz standards and bossa nova songs, released her second single “O Pato” on major streaming platforms – on May 15, 2021. She released …

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Junji Ito Collection: Anime Vs. Manga

Junji Ito is a fan favorite in the horror manga genre, but his work is also difficult to adapt into anime in part due to censorship laws in Japan as well as the medium itself. His page-turning suspense can be difficult to capture in animation, raising the question of whether …

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Omar Rodriguez-Lopez releases 62 album back catalog for his streaming services, including records from Antemasque and collaborations with John Frusciante, Lydia Lunch and Damo Suzuki

Krista marple May 21, 2021 – 6:52 p.m. Omar Rodríguez-López, guitarist for Mars Volta, possesses has published its entire back catalog on this new content. The catalog includes 62 albums including 36 of them that were never made available on the applications of digital service providers. Its entire catalog will …

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Today in history

Today is Thursday, May 20, 140th day of 2021. There are 225 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On May 20, 1927, Charles Lindbergh took off from Roosevelt Field in Long Island, New York, aboard the Spirit of St. Louis on his historic solo flight to France. …

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Today in history 5/5/21 | national

Today is Wednesday May 5, the 125th day of 2021. There are 240 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history On May 5, 1925, the teacher John T. Scopes was accused in Tennessee of violating a state law that prohibited the teaching of the theory of evolution. (Scopes …

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Satomimagae: Hanazono Album Review | Pitchfork

Satomi Magae recognizes that memory is as linked to the body as it is to the environment. Since its inception in 2012, awa, the guitarist and singer has seen reflections of herself in the world around her, using empty streets, vacant apartments and barbed wire-wrapped watchtowers as conduits for dark …

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Looking at Ray, the musician

“Not to have seen Ray’s cinema is to exist in the world without seeing the sun or the moon” – the famous Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa had said this in 1975 about one of the most influential filmmakers and most famous of all time – Satyajit Ray. A brilliant illustrator, …

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Move percussion beyond its stereotype

Percussion music is more than creating intense rhythmic sound waves. It can be sweet, emotional, and most of all, creative. Percussionist Yu Le wants to convey this idea to the public, especially to those who only consider percussion as drums and gongs. In fact, there are dozens of orchestral instruments …

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Ride Or Die: Netflix release date revealed

Ride Or Die Updates: This is a Japanese psychological drama thriller written by Nami Sakkawa and directed by Ryuichi Hiroki. The film is from Ching Nakamura’s manga series. In the soul of “Thelma and Louise” a homosexual or lesbian refugee and the women who would kill and injure with three …

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[Today’s K-pop] Hot Issue debuts triumphantly

(Credit: S2 Entertainment) Seven-girl group Hot Issue debuted with a highly anticipated online storefront on Wednesday. The group released a five-track EP “Issue Maker”, with its title track “Gratata” coming after machine gun sounds, as the group ambitiously aims to target audiences as skilled snipers. The debut of the new …

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The best reissues on Bandcamp: March / April 2021

BEST RE-EDITIONS The best reissues on Bandcamp: March / April 2021 By Dean Van Nguyen April 27, 2021 We select some of the most crucial reissues and retrospectives recently released on Bandcamp, and take a look at the historical stories behind them. Whether it’s West African highlife, German post-punk, Golden …

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Japanese Breakfast Michelle Zauner Talks Crying To H Mart

Kimchi,jjigae, jatjuk, pork belly ssam, gimbap: Indie pop singer-songwriter Michelle Zauner, 32, still vividly remembers the many dishes her late Korean mother Chongmi prepared for her. More than just maintaining cultural heritage, the food in Zauner’s house was a sign of his mother’s love. Especially during the times when she …

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Conversations about how we cope: 1A: NPR

Leiister Soon poses while holding an alocasia silver dragon plant in his Kuala Lumpur home. MOHD RASFAN / AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle legend MOHD RASFAN / AFP via Getty Images Leiister Soon poses while holding an alocasia silver dragon plant in his Kuala Lumpur home. MOHD RASFAN …

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Today in History: Monday, April 26, 2021

Television and radio: Beloved Lucille Ball died in 1989 at the age of 77… Biopic made for television “A woman named Golda»Created in syndication in 1982. He played Ingrid Bergman what his Emmy-winning role would be as Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir. Bergman’s daughter Pia lindstrom accepted Bergman’s posthumous Emmy …

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Art therapy helps heal scars from local vets

Therese Gaughan MacKinnon joined the military in 1989 because it seemed like the best option at the time. After taking some time to complete his military training, MacKinnon has been subscribed to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a specialization in dance and music. A classically trained pianist, …

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