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Mid-Season Survival Guide – Annenberg Media

With midterm week kicking off, many students are looking for a change of scenery to prepare for their exams. Here are some of the best places on campus to study this semester. Doheny Memorial Library Founded in 1932, the Doheny Memorial Library provides ample space for events, relaxation and above …

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“Honey, Listen to Me”: A Radical Buddhist Nun Explains How to Be Happy in a Crazy World | Buddhism

IIt’s a Tuesday evening in the small country town of Milton on the New South Wales south coast, and the smell of freshly made chai and homemade soup about to be served wafts through the drafts from the room of the Country Women’s Association as the discussion veers between death, …

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Deal brings solo country show to Mount Airy

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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The Carl Sagan Medal, a scholarship from the National Endowment for the Humanities and a Fulbright first for Columbia Nursing

Colombia News produces a bi-weekly newsletter (subscribe here!) and a series of articles featuring a roundup of awards and milestones Columbia faculty, staff, and students have received in recent days. In this edition, you will find rewards and milestones from August 12 to September 7, 2022. Do you have an …

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Students and staff remember their dearly departed pets

Not to be confused with the Rainbow Road from Mario Kart, the Rainbow Bridge is a more solemn goal path. Created by author Deborah Barnes in 2015, Rainbow Bridge Memorial Day is a day to honor the memory of cherished pets who have passed away, according to a Newswire statement. …

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Class Act: Bayfield High School

Eleanor Baldi Success came unexpectedly to Eleanor Baldi. The 18-year-old rower and musician started her hobbies purely for fun, but as her confidence grew, she began to be a little less surprised by her accomplishments. She started rowing in grade 11 and although it was hard to adjust to the …

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10 Must-See Bay Area Concerts This Fall

Hailing from France and drawing on their Afro-Cuban heritage, the Ibeyi twin sisters create a deeply spiritual form of electronic pop that pays homage to the West African Yoruba faith in which they were raised. Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz sing in French, Spanish, Yoruba and English about magic, healing, miracles, …

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Bartlesville Radio » News » Special record sale and show to help vets with PTSD

Our Friday COMMUNITY CONNECTION program featured a very special guest, Ari Crane. Ari is a former US Army officer who has taken the time to examine post-tramatic stress disorder or PTSD and what treatments are available and which work better than others. During his research, Ari Crane discovered …

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The Fairfield Municipal Band attracts a wide range of talent

FAIRFIELD – The Fairfield Municipal Band concluded its summer season on Tuesday, August 9, a little later than expected as the band had to make up for a concert canceled in June due to weather. The band is an eclectic mix of talented musicians ranging in age from high schoolers …

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Arctos Takes Stake in Jazz, Real Salt Lake

Tonight in Unpacking: Arctos Sports Partners makes its latest team investment, securing a deal with Ryan Smith for a piece of Jazz and Real Salt Lake. SBJ’s Eric Prisbell reviews the partnership, which could include bringing another pro team to Utah. Other titles: NHL sponsors score points with fans in …

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Community calendar from Thursday August 18 to Wednesday August 24 – The Crested Butte News

Gunnison Center for the Arts:• Main gallery: “Life in the West” by Cheri Isgreen.• Café Galerie: “Balance” Tiny Treasures Gunnison Arts Center Fundraiser.CB Center for the Arts:• Kinder Padon Gallery: “Forces of Nature” by Lynn Rushton Leed (until 2 September). THURSDAY 18• 7:30 am Open AA meeting: Crack of Dawn …

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Things to do in Long Beach: Long Beach Jazz Festival, free school supplies and Monkeypox study session

A young girl reads a book while her mother listens to speakers in the KidSpace at the Billie Jean King Main Library in Long Beach during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 13, 2022. (Richard H. Grant | Signal Tribune) friday august 12 Asian Film Series, Screening of “Sweet Bean”: 2:30-4:30 …

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The difference between vinyl fans: then and now

Music Watch industry analyst Russ Crupnick shares his findings on what’s so different about modern vinyl music fans. by Russ Croupnick music watch The new generation of vinyl buyers is dedicated to the format and represents an opportunity for artists, retailers and device marketers. In 2021, vinyl record sales exceeded …

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Humanity’s Biggest Problems Require a Whole New Media Mode

Our multimedia systems are at their limits. From climate change to Covid, the most pressing phenomena of our time cannot be captured by the flat media paradigm we have constructed. The “slow violence” of climate change, as Rob Nixon warns us, is artfully hard to see, taking place on such …

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Mo Ostin obituary | pop and rock

It’s usually the artists who are the best-known names in the music industry, but there have been a handful of executives who have become well-known, such as Clive Davis at Columbia Records and Ahmet Ertegun at Atlantic. One of the greatest was Mo Ostin, who was recognized as a champion …

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Mo Ostin, longtime director of Warner Bros. Records, died at 95

Mo Ostin, the hugely influential music executive who led Warner Bros. Records for over 30 years, died aged 95. Born Morris Meyer Ostrofsky in 1927, the future music mogul spent his early childhood in New York, before he and his family moved to Los Angeles in 1941. In 1953, after …

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SPECIAL TOPCATS: making family

CHARLOTTE (QUEEN CITY NEWS) – During the month of March, Queen City News followed four prospects as they tried out for the Carolina Panthers cheerleading squad, The TopCats. The semi-finals and the first two days of the finals were held at Harding University High School in Charlotte. The Carolina Panthers …

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Pink Martini will easily go to the Festival at Sandpoint

July 28—When China Forbes played a recent festival in central France, the Pink Martini singer’s mind raced to the band’s next date at Sandpoint. “We played in this big field in the middle of nowhere,” Forbes said. “It was rainy and muddy, but the crowds were just amazing.” The common …

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Despite pleas from anglers, residents of North Shore, New York’s main strip of waterfront property remain closed

STATEN ISLAND, NY – A portion of a St. George’s Pier that offers stunning views of New York Harbor as well as prime real estate for anglers remains closed despite millions in investment, and l responsible municipal agency lacks answers. The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) did not …

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City Life Org – Barkley L. Hendricks: Portraits at the Frick

Barkley L. Hendricks Lawdy Mama, 1969 Oil and gold leaf on canvas 53 3/4 x 36 1/4 inches. The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; gift of Stuart Liebman, in memory of Joseph B. Liebman Exhibition dedicated to an influential American artist Since opening to the public in 1935, the …

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Yes, Chef: How The Bear’s Jeremy Allen White Became the Summer Star

Before White was born, his parents were stage actors trying to break into Broadway. When he arrived and they had to support a family, his father started a deposition filming business and his mother went into education. White inherited the performance gene, studying ballet, tap and jazz as a child. …

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Director of the Vienna Community Band praised for his talents and his camaraderie | news/fairfax

A long drive to and from Anne Arundel County, Maryland prompted Cornelius Young to step down as musical director of the Vienna Community Band, but he leaves with fond memories of the band and the city. Young, who has been with the band since October 2014, decided to try out …

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McLean Community Center Events Calendar for July 2022

The McLean Community Center (MCC) offers the following activities in July. All customers are encouraged to wear masks inside the building. Please see the center’s website, www.mcleancenter.org, for up-to-date information. Residents of the central tax district, the smaller District 1A-Dranesville, are eligible for fee reductions. The center is located at …

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Brighton and Hove News » Love Supreme Jazz Festival 2022

Erykah Badu live at Love Supreme 2022 (photo Charlotte Horton) (click photo to enlarge) ‘VARIOUS ARTISTS’ – LOVE SUPREME – GLYNDE PLACE, GLYNDE 1 & 2.7.22 July 1 kicked off the 3 annual day Love Supreme Jazz Festivalwhich spotlights the best of jazz, soul and blues in the beautiful countryside …

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Rynor: Canada Day protests in Ottawa – this is no love letter

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Columnists Here’s how many of us are seeing your “freedom protest”. Publication date : Jul 04, 2022 • 39 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation Hundreds of Freedom Convoy supporters march through downtown Ottawa on Canada Day July 1, 2022. Photo by DAVE …

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Israeli songs featured in Taiwan folk dance

(JTA) It was a crisp spring day in Yilan, a city on Taiwan’s northeast coast known for its scenic rice fields and delicious spring onions. On a concrete clearing under a bridge that doubled as a dance floor, against a cloudy mountain backdrop dotted with white cranes, about 10 Taiwanese …

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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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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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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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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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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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‘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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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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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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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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“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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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🌱 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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NMYO opens registration to young musicians for Symphonic Summer Music Camp

Some of NMYO’s young musicians (file photo by Kathy Joyce) Please support local advertisers IPSWICH – The Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestras (NMYO) has opened registration for their second annual Summer Symphony Music Camp. A non-profit organization, NMYO’s mission is to provide young musicians with ensemble training. The organization provides opportunities …

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Weehawken jazz master Barry Harris leaves a rich legacy | Appreciation

By Michele Drayton Barry Harris was taken aback when he found out he was one of three jazz pianists up for the GRAMMY organization’s President’s Merit Award. “What is it? I don’t know what it is,” Harris recalled during an interview on Florida’s WMNF-FM radio in 2005. “But when I …

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The Recorder – Back Porch Festival back and bigger than ever

Posted: 2022-03-02 15:17:33 This weekend marks the return of the Back Porch Festival, a four-day (March 3-6) celebration of roots music presented by Signature Sounds that will feature performances by Rickie Lee Jones, Aoife O’Donovan, Jon Cleary & the Absolute Monster Gentlemen and others. The festival was inspired by Back …

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Trail Blazer scout Nat Sutton dies

February 28, 2022 – Nat Sutton, Managing Director of ZRG Partners based in the firm’s New York office, has died. “I had the honor of working with Nat Sutton in his final chapter at ZRG,” said Larry Hartmann, CEO of ZRG. “Nat was a unique person who brought passion and …

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AKA Sisterhood Defines a Continuum of Excellence

The legacy of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority spans from founder Ethel Hedgemon Lyle, whose grandparents were slaves, to Vice President Kamala Harris. Its reach spans college campuses nationwide, including the University at Albany. “Before becoming a member, I wanted to be like the women in this organization and I want …

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Coach Ime Udoka: Celtics regular starters are ‘off the board at both ends of the field’

For the Celtics, the All-Star break offered a chance to rest, regroup and start preparing for this season’s stretch run that holds more promise than a few months ago. Coach Ime Udoka returned home to Brooklyn for a few days, but it was hardly a vacation. He said he wanted …

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Spencer Schillerstrom – DePauw University

Spencer Schillerstrom began his musical journey learning to play many instruments, including the piano, cello and flute, before falling in love with the tenor saxophone at the age of 12. With the support of family, friends, and early childhood educators Johnathan Ball and Brayer Teague, Spencer’s love and dedication to …

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Covid News: NYC Anime Convention Wasn’t an Omicron Superspreader Event, CDC Study Finds

Video Governor Gavin Newsom of California unveiled the state’s new approach to living with the coronavirus, moving away from what he called a “crisis mindset” and starting to treat the virus as a manageable risk .CreditCredit…Allison Zaucha for The New York Times On Thursday, California health officials unveiled a “next …

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Souvenir of April + Vista and their return to the stage

On October 29, C’mon Everybody, an incredible group of artists, performed in Brooklyn, NY, as I waited for headliners April + Vista to take the stage. Opening the evening with the beautiful voice of Miranda del Sol as she performed for the first time. Miranda’s soulful voice paired with that …

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+233 pulls off the splendid ‘Blues & Jazz Festival’

THERE was a further manifestation of the constant and fruitful activities of the +233 Jazz Bar and Grill in favor of jazz in this country when its Blues & Jazz Festival 2022 took place from February 3 to February 5. From the moment the GH Jazz Collective took the stage …

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Why Puerto Rico mourns a musician

In 2004, Reyes Angleró invited friends to celebrate Matos’ birthday in Plaza del Mercado de Santurce. Word quickly spread that Tito Matos was playing, and pleneros from around San Juan and beyond began to arrive. A crowd sang and danced as musicians played an impromptu traveling concert, which made its …

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February 8: Events in Mecosta County

Looking for something to do? The Stay Local Events Calendar posts a list of nonprofit and community events on Tuesdays and Fridays. Please check with your club or organization to be certain of meetings, outings and classes as they may be canceled due to bad weather or COVID-19. If a …

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Column: Memorable lineups – and some less so – of the Super Bowl halftime show

I was watching a TV interview the other night and they asked a famous celebrity who I couldn’t identify if he was excited about the Super Bowl halftime show. He said he was. I have, at least, heard of some of this year’s performers, but I couldn’t identify one of …

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News: February/March 2022 | Number 148

Your free items Have you read a of your four free articles for this month. You can read four articles for free per month. To have full access to the thousands of philosophy articles on this site, please News Leading African philosopher dies aged 90 • Jazz opera Socrates opens …

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Johnson and Bleess are BEA’s 2022 Triple ‘A’ winners | News, Sports, Jobs

This may be one of the few times you’ll see Vern Johnson, left, and Lauren Bleess, right, seated. Blue Earth Area seniors are active in different ways. In addition to their time spent in athletics, the arts, and academics, Johnson and Bleess use their time and talents to make a …

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Teen of the week: Parkersburg teenager Nate McPeak has an affinity for nature | News, Sports, Jobs

Nate McPeak recently discovered the hobby of unicycling. (Photo provided) PARKERSBURG — Nate McPeak, 15, wants to get a degree in environmental science. “I hope one day to work in conservation and do research in the field”, McPeak said. “I want to keep the world I love beautiful.” McPeak said …

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Uinta County Herald | Don’t “do your own research”

II’m terrible at most sports – like, really terribly terrible. My hand-eye coordination is practically non-existent. I also have this fear of flying objects hitting me in the face. I’m much more likely to duck, close my eyes and try unsuccessfully to fend something off than catch any type of …

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MSSU Faculty to Present International Film Series Selections – Newstalk KZRG

JOPLIN, Mo — The lineup for the continuing international film series has been announced. Missouri Southern faculty members made the selections this spring and will provide an introduction before each screening. “The Orphanage” (Spain): 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 25, Cornell Auditorium at Plaster Hall. Introduction by Dr. Michael Howarth In …

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A cleaner society starts with us

January 14, 2022 LUMBERTON — The NC Cooperative Extension Robeson County Center has scheduled several classes for the months of January and February ranging from crop production and pruning to food safety. 2022 Tri-County Agricultural Production Meetings The extension will host three tri-county agricultural production meetings in 2022 at the …

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Listening Club tackles another masterpiece | Culture & Leisure

The hosts of Listening Club, a monthly show from the Wilkinson Public Library, are downright fearless. The breakthrough albums of Erykah Badu, Joni Mitchell, Prince, Tom Petty and the Beatles have all been the subject of heated conversations in previous editions of the “book club for music”. This month’s topic …

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Jane Siberry and the true definition of ‘art rock’ » LIVING LIFE WITHOUT FEAR

Ok, so there are many who will challenge the credibility of Wikipedia. Yet nowadays, with the possibility that virtually anyone can publish their definitions, there are now a number of them, if not by “real” experts, then those who can be considered one. Thus, whoever worked on the definition of …

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Guide to adult actors and characters

Cultivated is an ABC comedy spin-off Blackish. The stars of the show Yara Shahidi as Zoey Johnson, Dre’s oldest daughter (Anthony Anderson) and Bo (Tracee Ellis Ross) who is going to study at a local liberal arts college in California. Cultivated tells the story of Zoey’s adventures and struggles with …

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WHEELING – The Viennese Winter Ball, a major fundraiser as well as one of the most elegant social events of the season, is due to take place on February 5 at the Glessner Auditorium at Wilson Lodge, Oglebay. Organized by a 17-member committee, the ball generates funds for the Wheeling …

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Breadcrumb Links Music Local entertainment Entertainment Sudbury Symphony Orchestra Expands Educational Offerings for Children Author of the article: Jim moodie Matt Gould and his daughter Sophia perform for Music Monday at RL Beattie Public School. Provided Content of the article The Sudbury Symphony Orchestra has expanded its teaching offering to …

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By Melanie Radzicki McManus, CNN CNN – Most people know that exercising is good for you, both physically and mentally. But staying motivated, especially in the long run, can be a struggle. Sure, you can be excited to train for a 5K or 10K, but once you’re done running, your …

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November 19, 2021 Almost five years ago, on January 5, 2017, Myra and Nathan Edwards’ lives changed forever. Their son, Bentley, was born, a bouncy little boy. At least that’s what they thought. Two days later, as the young couple prepared to leave the hospital and bring their son home, …

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