Jazz Workshop

Award-winning violinist Regina Carter performs her new multimedia work, Gone in a Phrase of Air, at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center’s Uhuru Jazz Series Wednesday, December 14, 7:00 a.m.

Award-winning violinist Regina Carter performs her new multimedia work, Gone in a Phrase of Air, at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center’s Uhuru Jazz Series Wednesday, December 14, 7:00 a.m. Violinist and jazz master NEA Regina Carter is the most accomplished musician on her …

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🌱 Solidarity Trip to Oceanside + County Strong Wind Warning

Hello everyone. It’s me, Nicole Fallon-Peek, your Daily host. Keep reading for everything you need to know about what’s happening in town these days. But first, today’s weather: Sunny to partly cloudy. High: 69 Low: 38. 🏡 Are you tired of mingling with all the other real estate agents at …

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jazz: award-winning Australian poet and artist Jazz Money on inclusion and why everyone deserves to be heard

Jazz Money is a poet and artist whose work involves installation, digital, performance, film and print. Their work has been performed on stages around the world, including TEDx Sydney and Edinburgh International Book. In 2020, the best-selling debut poetry collection How to Make a Basket won the David Unaipon Award. …

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Discover Prince’s piano and other treasures in a new exhibit at the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix

The first electric guitar played in public. The first Hawaiian-made ukulele. Eric Clapton’s 1956 Fender Stratocaster, “Brownie”, which helped create his signature sound on classic songs like “Layla” and “Bell Bottom Blues”. All these elements and more than twenty new rare and precious objects will be exhibited from Friday November …

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🌱 Motorcyclist injured in accident on northern country road + local jobs

Hello everyone. It’s me, Debora Whitehead, your Three Village Daily host – here to tell you everything you need to know about what’s happening in the community today. In this issue, you will discover… Three students from the Village took part in a fishing trip. Most recent works in the …

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8 Kansas City artists mark their communities | KCUR 89.3

All the time, Kansas City creatives are showing their souls in venues, studios and neighborhoods across the metro area. The city’s scene has experienced a renaissance at the hands of these artists – many of whom are musicians deeply rooted in their communities, illuminating civic issues, amplifying historically silenced voices …

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Philly’s Boot & Saddle to Reopen as New Solar Myth Concert Venue – NBC10 Philadelphia

After the COVID pandemic gave South Philadelphia music venue Boot & Saddle the boot in 2020, the popular venue with the neon boot up front on South Broad Street has stood empty. Not for long. Ars Nova Workshop announced earlier this month plans to open a “new home” in the …

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Live music, sip and stroll at Cocoa Beach, baking class at Satellite Beach

Support local journalism: Find offers for new subscribers here: Special Offers — FLORIDA TODAY. Due to potential changes and cancellations, we encourage you to check with presenting organizations for the status of their events. Frankie Avalon takes the stage at the King Center Frankie Avalon, the quintessential teen idol, continues …

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Several concerts at ECSU this fall

October 14 – WILLIMANTIC – A wide variety of concerts will take place at Eastern Connecticut State University this fall. All events will take place in the Fine Arts Education Center (FAIC) Concert Hall unless otherwise stated, and most are free and open to the public. —The Thread City Jazz …

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‘To balance!’ will be staged at the UN Freed Center for the Performing Arts

ADA, Ohio – The School of Visual and Performing Arts at Ohio Northern University will celebrate the Swing Jazz era with two performances of Swing! Saturday, October 22 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, October 23 at 2 p.m. at the Freed Center for the Performing Arts. Backed by Liberty National …

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Boo! Unfolding of Halloween events around Snoqualmie Valley

Happy October, Snoqualmie Valley. Here are some of the fall events over the next few weeks. If we missed your event, leave it in the comments section and we’ll add it. Jubilee Farm U-pick pumpkin and harvest festival weekends October 1 to 31, 2022229 W. Snoqualmie River Road. NOTCarnation, WA …

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Esperanza Spalding’s ‘Radio Music Society’ Gets 10th Anniversary Reissue

Craft Recordings is proud to announce a 10th anniversary edition of Radio Music Society, the fourth GRAMMY Award-winning album from singer, songwriter and bassist Esperanza Spalding. Set for release on December 2 and available for pre-order here today, the 2-LP set is pressed on 180-gram vinyl at RTI, while the …

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Back to London Town Festival 2022 – Button Accordion Workshop – Dermot Byrne

BACK TO LONDON TOWN FESTIVAL 2022 – 24th LONDON FESTIVAL OF IRISH TRADITIONAL MUSIC, SONG AND DANCE Instrumental workshops £10 Dermot Byrne is one of Ireland’s finest musicians. His seemingly effortless playing, combined with great subtlety, and a flawless ear, make him one of the great accordionists of his generation. …

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Get ready for a big season of music, art, fashion and film at SBDAC

George Michael Reborn will perform on January 27 at SBDAC. COURTESY PHOTO “Art is key,” announces the Sidney & Bern Davis Art Center as it opens its 16th season with an array of 2022-23 events. On the calendar are award-winning artists and performers from around the world and special events. …

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City Life Org – Flushing Town Hall presents “The Swinging Sounds of Coleman Hawkins” featuring Lew Tabackin and his ensemble

Lew Tabackin — Tabackin displays “great harmonic and rhythmic assurance” and “exceptional talent” – The Washington Post — On Friday, October 14, Flushing Town Hall will present “The Swinging Sounds of Coleman Hawkins” with Lew Tabackin and its whole. Saxophonist Lew Tabackin is one of New York’s most notable jazz …

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The first ukulele festival in Mexico is a success

By ALAN DALE Editor-in-Chief It looks like Mexico Music’s first ukulele festival, 101 North Washington Street, was a real hit last weekend. The event, held at Hickory Ridge Orchard, had a full lineup of musicians playing over the course of a good six hours with an emphasis on ukulele.David Reetz, …

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ON the Beat | TRAP enters its 25th year at the Lobero in Santa Barbara

Rhythms with a cause Eddie Tuduri | Credit: Courtesy Files that are hard to believe, TRAP celebrates its 25th birthday, with a view to semi-retirement. Part of a long-standing tradition, Saturday, September 24’s All-Star Fundraiser Party at the Lobero Theater will serve as both a post-pandemic celebration and a moving …

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Tribute to Freddie Mercury, a pumpkin festival and 10 other events in the Houston area

September 21 Security controle: The Spring Fire Department will be offering free child car seat safety checks at Spring Fire Station 77 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on September 21. Security checks are by appointment only. To make an appointment, call 832-824-3481 or email [email protected] The event is a …

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🌱 “Dangerous” poles on bike path + rain forecast + harvest parties

Hi there. Simone here with your new weekend edition of the Healdsburg Daily! Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about what’s happening in town, including updates on… A proposal to remove security posts on our premises bike bath ggetting mad for Healdsburg events likely to attract …

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Clover Park School District August 2022 Board Review – The Suburban Times

Clover Park School District Announcement. Regular meeting of August 8 At its August 8 meeting, the Clover Park School District (CPSD) Board of Trustees heard a report from Superintendent Ron Banner. Superintendent’s report In his report, Banner introduced the new Deputy Superintendent of Secondary Schools, Dr. Gloria Henderson, and discussed …

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Lunchtime cabaret nights will take place at the Leyburn Pub during the Jazz Festival

Nicki Allen. New to this year’s Leyburn Jazz Festival will be midday cabarets in the concert hall of the Golden Lion Hotel in Leyburn. On Saturday, October 22, the Nicki Allan Trio will perform. Event organizers say Nicki is a talented vocalist and keyboardist, a former Yorkshire Jazz Vocalist of …

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Melody Gardot in a smoky jazz duo; a hot slate at the Drake, and more

In the music world, it’s now a classic comeback story: how the jazz singer Melody Gardotthen 19, was hit by a car while riding a bicycle in her hometown of Philadelphia in 2003 and suffered serious head and spinal injuries, a fractured pelvis and neurological damage which affected his movements …

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St. Charles Jazz Weekend is back for an 11th year September 8-11

The 11th Annual St. Charles Jazz Weekend, September 8-11, will feature over 25 different performances taking place at 17 different venues. These performances will feature jazz soloists, big bands, etc., who will cover a variety of jazz styles. The music festival is presented by St. Charles Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram. …

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New Jersey Stage: Daily Edition 09-05-22

NEW | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS Here’s the morning update from the New Jersey Arts Newswire. We regularly publish between 8 and 15 new articles and reports every day. No one covers the arts in the entire Garden State quite like New Jersey Stage! If your arts organization sends …

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CCCF Grants Lewis Cass Life-Changing Student Experience | New

Ian Hook had high hopes of a summer musical education at Berklee College of Music’s prestigious Boston Conservatory. The Cass County Community Foundation had the means to realize these hopes. It all added up to a life-changing summer for Hook, a senior at Lewis Cass High School. “It changed my …

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Go Triad: Events Calendar | Arts

Holly Godard Jones: 6 p.m. “Antipodes: Stories”. Scuppernong Books, 304 S Elm St., GB. www.scuppernongbooks.com. The Comedy Space: 7 p.m. Kevin James Thornton. 1126 S. Holden Road, GB. 336-333-1034. The Ramkat: 8 p.m. Luke Simon Payne & Friends and Drake Duffer in the Gas Hill Drinking Room. 170 W. Ninth …

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Restaurant Week, Pop-ups, National Dog Day

Fun and games. Go on a Museum treasure hunt (Monday, Free, Penn Quarter), play fun and for free rooftop bingo (Wed, Free, Union Market), or do crafts at NMNH Play Date: Beguiling Birds (Tuesday, free, the National Mall). Alexandria Restaurant Week. DC’s Summer Restaurant Week May Be Over, But Alexandria …

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THIS WEEK IN THE ARTS | K-State Week of Welcome, pie, paint and more | Area

K-State Dorm Move-In, all day. Downtown Farmer’s Market, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Third and Leavenworth Streets. Bring your pup to City Park Water Park for a chance to splash around and celebrate the end of summer. All dogs require proof of rabies vaccine and municipal license. K-State VetMed will …

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Events and Registration: Foodie Offerings, Coffee Appreciation Workshop, My Community Festival

In a belated celebration of the 25th anniversary, the Michelin Plate restaurant is hosting themed experiences around whiskey and rum, as well as wines from Bordeaux, France and Burgundy, Australia. They will be accompanied by performances by local jazz singer Karen Xavier. In the Penfolds Wine Dinner (August 19, $338++), …

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How a jazz musician and entrepreneur spends his Sundays

Jazz bassist Matthew Garrison doesn’t like to slow down. “I always think, I do,” he said. As a performer, he’s toured with Herbie Hancock, and as a producer, he’s helping curate upcoming shows with pianist Jason Moran, drummer Jack DeJohnette and others. But most of the time, he focuses on …

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Telluride Jazz Festival Begins Friday | Culture & Leisure

The Telluride Jazz Festival this weekend promises a plethora of good times and even better tunes, as the annual musical gathering embodies everything that makes the genre so fun and diverse. Kicking off Friday at Telluride Town Park, this year’s headliners include Terence Blanchard with The E-Collective & Turtle Island …

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Overview of the arts: the NEXTfest is back in force

Let the Beat Bop: NEXTfest, the city’s biggest, free celebration of jazz, funk and go-go culture, returns to Malcolm X Park on September 24. August 8, promoting a “star lineup” with go-go hotshots UCB, TOB Band & Showand New impress. jazz singer Cecile will also perform as well as guest …

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A week of events in Cambridge and Somerville, from a nature walk to the ‘fiddle of the future’

Sunday Family Bike Ride Ice Cream Edition at 10 a.m. (but meet at 9:30 a.m.) from the Somerville Community Path Terminus just north of the VNA Senior Living facility at 259 Lowell St. Free, as it is funded by the Bicycle Belle shop and parent donations, but no longer donations …

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HR Community News | Community

BIRTHS RRMCA son, Declan Augustus Carleton, was born July 29, 2022 to Kevin and Shelby Carleton, of Pittsford. COLLEGE NEWS Adam Luzader, of Wallingford, has been named to the 2022 Spring Dean’s List at Purchase College in Purchase, New York. AROUND THE CITY Events in Brandon BRANDON – Town Wide …

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Craft fair in La Marina this weekend

The La Marina de San Fulgencio urbanization will host a unique craft fair that will take place this week, with a 1920s atmosphere, aimed at a family audience: with children’s workshops, soap bubble shows, live jazz, swing dancing, craft demonstrations and, of course, quirky crafts. The event will take place …

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Newcastle Festival of Jazz and Improvised Music (23-25 ​​September and 29 September-2 October) – London Jazz News

Newcastle Jazz and Improv Festival (Jesmond 23-25 ​​Sept., then Newcastle from September 29 to October 2) Archipelago. From left to right: Christian Alderson, Faye MacCalman, John Pope. Publicity photo Peter Slavid writes: The Newcastle Festival of Jazz and Improvised Music (NFOJAIM) kicked off in 2017, and after a Covid hiatus …

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“The only woman” in the room

“Why she and only sound?” Oscar-nominated documentarian Immy Humes writes in the introduction to THE ONLY WIFE (Phaidon, $29.95). She looks at a 1961 photo of filmmaker Shirley Clarke with her cast and crew, all 22 men. “What does his connection mean?” » Once Humes noticed this phenomenon, it was …

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Grasso finds his own jazz guitar perspective

Pasquale Grasso will perform with singer Samara Joy at the Litchfield Jazz Festival in Washington, Conn. (Contribution) Italian-born guitarist Pasquale Grasso will open the 27th annual Litchfield Jazz Festival with his quartet – Ben Patterson on piano, Ari Rolland on bass and Keith Balla on drums – alongside singer Samara …

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Death of Hank De Zutter, co-founder of Community Media Workshop

Henry W. “Hank” De Zutter was a journalist, activist, university professor and provocateur, with a deep desire to promote racial equality and a practitioner’s ability to communicate his ideas clearly. A longtime instructor and lecturer at Malcolm X College in Chicago who, early in his career, served as an education …

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The Mattatuck Museum offers activities for children and adults

WATERBURY – The Mattatuck Museum, 143 Main St., Waterbury, has announced its programs for the month of August. The museum is open 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sunday, and is open late Thursday with reduced admission from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 …

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Hank DeZutter, reporter who championed neighborhood news and profiled Barack Obama in 1995, dies at 80

LINCOLN PARK — Hank DeZutter combined the street smarts of a Chicago reporter, the whimsy of a jazz-loving poet, and a reformer’s distaste for things unfair or unjust. But while doing and teaching journalism in a career spanning half a century of social and political change, DeZutter is best known …

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Letter to the Editor: Celebrating National Jazz Workshop | Winchester Star

Listening to the outstanding performance of the Navy Commodores at the National Jazz Workshop at Shenandoah University on Monday evening provoked some thoughts about American culture, jazz and our great fortune to have this workshop for young jazz artists of all the country right here in our community. And also …

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🌱 NYC Restaurant Week + Rikers Detainee Dies + Nuclear Blast PSA

Hello, New York. It’s almost restaurant week and it’s already time to make your reservations if that’s your kind of thing. In the News: An eighth inmate died this year at Rikers, the city wants you to prepare for a nuclear explosion, and New York’s top judge is leaving her …

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The story behind the classic Four Tops song

Photo: Motown Archive/EMI Hayes It seems weird today that four peaks were supposed to be Motown’s jazz vocal act. Very accomplished, with an impeccable mastery of harmony, one of their first singles was for the specialized jazz label Riverside, and they had worked with the to balance singer Billy Eckstine …

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The Strad News – Silkroad and the New England Conservatory announce the 2022 Global Musician Workshop

Silkroad and the New England Conservatory (NEC) announced the continuation of their partnership to present the Global Musician Workshop (GMW) from August 8-12. Led by cellist Mike Block and co-directed by pipa player Wu Man, who received an honorary doctorate of music from the NEC last year, the program brings …

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A real seafood meal at Pirate’s Cove in Chesapeake – The Virginian-Pilot

The BLT. French dip. Grilled cheese. There are many classic sandwiches, including one of my favorites, the reuben. About a century ago, the story goes, Reuben Kulakofsky of Omaha made a sandwich of corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing on rye—and the rest, as they say, belongs …

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Mental Health Initiative Blooms | Otago Daily Times News Online

A peer-delivered mental health program is set to blossom after a successful pilot project in Queenstown Lakes. GoodYarn, a mental health literacy program for rural and urban workplaces, empowers people to talk about mental health. The scheme has been piloted around the Queenstown Lakes since May 2021, with over 250 …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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🌱 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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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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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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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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Fengaros Music Village workshops offer a range of skills

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Artpark announces the 2022 season

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

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

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

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

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

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Betty Buckley pays tribute to Stephen Sondheim with her new album

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

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

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

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

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

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News from the Côte-Nord in brief | News

Salem Democratic Caucus March 5 On Saturday, March 5 at 1 p.m., Salem Democrats from Wards 1-7 will meet via Zoom to elect 32 delegates and 28 alternates to represent Salem at the 2022 Democratic State Convention. Registered and pre-registered Democrats ages 16 years old on February 4 can vote …

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March Madness… Something for everyone at the Gardens

This slideshow requires JavaScript. There’s so much going on in March that you’ll want to buckle up for this roller coaster ride of excitement. And when it comes to excitement, it’s easy to start with our fabulous jazz series. South Motors Jazz presents…The John Pizzarelli TrioSaturday March 12, 8:00 p.m.Grammy-nominated …

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Black Culture Festival concludes eventful week for Hope Station to celebrate Black History Month | Carlisle

At the start of last week, Hope Station executive director Safronia Perry was “tired”, but “excited”. At the end of that weekend, she was “happy”. Hope Station held three events last week to celebrate Black History Month: an OB-GYN collage workshop on Tuesday night, a Black Girl Chronicles learning series …

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🌱Apollo Beach Eatery will open + TPD chief works without advice OK

Happy Wednesday, people of Tampa! Let’s keep up to date with what’s happening locally to start today on an informed note. First, today’s weather forecast: Fairly sunny and humid. High: 83 Low: 65. One of the easiest ways to connect with local customers and keep in mind in town is …

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‘Betty’s Notebook’ Soars in Dallas Again – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Verdigris Ensemble takes off for new adventures with Nicholas Reeves Betty’s notebook, starting with a series of concerts before taking part in a national choir convention and releasing an album this spring. The choir will play Betty’s Notebook at the First Presbyterian Church in Dallas on February 18 and 19 …

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The best harp festival returns in style after the Covid break

The prestigious Wales Harp Festival returns this year after the Covid-19 pandemic forced it to be canceled two years ago and become a virtual event in 2021. There will be live audiences at Galeri Caernarfon when it becomes the center of the harp world with the event staged over two …

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Police reports | Mount Airy News

February 06, 2022 Signs are up for job fairs, help ads are listed in the newspaper, and yet there is a disconnect between the number of people out of work and unable to find jobs and the jobs that are vacant. “The vast majority of companies we spoke with are …

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Ten things to do for free in Denver this week

Click to enlarge Love is in the air. Downtown Denver To start the week off right, head to the downtown Denver ice rink: although skating there is always free, on Valentine’s Day you won’t need to pay for equipment. This is just the start of the great free activities in …

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Upcoming Events in the Danville Area | Lifestyles

As this section is free, community events are likely to be held depending on available space. Articles on religion are posted on the Saturday church page. Email events to [email protected] TODAY, FEB. 9 WEDNESDAY CLUB TO MEET: South Pole Adventure: Shelly Calabrisi, former Supervisor of Science and Engineering Project Services …

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Amber Gray will play the final performance at HADESTOWN on February 19

Amber Gray, who originated the role of Persephone in Hadestown, the Tony Award®-winning Best New Musical, will play her final performance at the Walter Kerr Theater (219 West 48th Street) on Saturday evening, February 19. Casting for the role of Persephone will be announced shortly. Gray’s involvement in the seductive …

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Black History Month comes to life in Grandin | Arts & Theater

The Grandin Theater began celebrating Black History Month in 2017 with film-centric events. “We’re excited to move away from just showcasing films for this year’s celebration and move into more interactive events that embrace the five tenets of hip-hop culture,” said Grandin CEO Ian Fortier. . These elements, according to …

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Weekend: February 4-6: Culture: Smile Politely

friday 4 february Get a meal of the week from the restaurant, over 30 restaurants, Friday and Saturday, prices vary Right in the middle of our annual restaurant week, the city closed for two days, but this weekend is the last two days of RW and the restaurants will be …

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Dilts Named New General Manager of Franklin Theater | Brentwood homepage

The Franklin Theater shared on Wednesday the hiring of Eric Dilts as its new general manager. In this role, the Heritage Foundation says Dilts will be responsible for leading the nonprofit’s programmatic and operational activities, including spearheading community engagement and client relations initiatives. “I am thrilled to join the team …

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Events in Tallahassee starting Jan. 31 – Tallahassee Reports

Marvel Trivia – Brass FaucetDated: Tuesday, February 1, 2022, starts at 6:30 p.m.Or: The Brass Faucet, 1321 Thomasville Rd.Cost: To free What you will get: Test your knowledge of the Marvel series. How well do you know your Groots from your Gamoras? Do you know all the names of the …

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Beegie Adair, a jazz master in the country music capital, dies at 84

Beegie Adair, whose status as a renowned jazz pianist was all the more notable for where she built her career — Nashville, the birthplace of country music — died Jan. 23 at her Franklin, Tennessee, residence. . She was 84 years old. Monica Ramey, his manager and frequent voice partner, …

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New concert series brings cutting-edge jazz to West Oakland

As the wave of omicron decimates the early winter concert season, a new series featuring the Bay Area’s leafy experimental and improvisational music scene offers respite from the wave of canceled concerts. The West Oakland Sessions, presented by Jazz in the Neighborhood and multidisciplinary performance center New Performance Traditions, will …

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Nine free BCRs to attend this semester

Are you struggling to meet the BCR requirement? Here are nine free BCRs you can attend this semester. Photo courtesy of Butler University. EMMA QUASNY | CULTURAL EDITOR | [email protected] Butler students are required to attend eight Butler Cultural Requirements, or BCR, before graduation, excluding Jordan College of the Arts …

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Around Livingston for January 26, 2022 | Livingston/Tangipahoa

Spring events are on their way The Livingston Parish Arts Council is taking booth reservations for Spring Fest, scheduled for April 30. Call (225) 664-1168 or visit www.artslivingston.com. The Livingston Parish Literacy and Technology Center will hold its annual car show fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on March …

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Eddie Van Halen’s parts were “perfectly orchestrated”

By the time Steve Vai crossed paths with David Lee Roth, he had already had a busy career that included working as a teenager with Frank Zappa. Still, Vai found new challenges taking on music written by Eddie Van Halen, which he said was “perfectly orchestrated”. Now that many albums …

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🌱 Nearly $200,000 stolen from PPP funds + Shooting victim crashes car

Hello people of Philadelphia! It’s me again, Dan Casarella, your host for the Philadelphia Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Rather sunny and cold. Top: 33 Bottom: 22. Rent this space! are you a local business owner or distributor in Philadelphia? We love to feature trusted businesses that can solve problems …

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Indie’s Choice – The Provincetown Independent

Bleak Midwinter (Thursday, January 20) Mass Audubon continues its “Wonder of Winter” online series with “Weather and Climate” on Thursday, January 20, from 7-8 p.m. Learn more about seasonal weather dynamics and its long-term effects with education specialists Doug Lowry and Lucy Gertz. Registration is $20 at massaudubon.org. 24PearlStreet is …

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Haynes conducts music for ‘The Color Purple’ production | Lifestyles

Special for T&D Roland Haynes of South Carolina State University is the musical director of The Workshop Theater’s adaptation of the musical “The Color Purple” in Colombia. The Workshop Theater will present the production on stage from January 21 to February 5, 2022 at the Cottingham Theater at Columbia College. …

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Passim School of Music Announces Winter 2022 Semester Including Classes in Songs by Bob Dylan & The Band and Bonnie Raitt

Passim Music School is back with over two dozen classes, including a pair of classes examining the music of Bob Dylan & The Band and Bonnie Raitt. This semester, half of the classes will take place online, while the rest will remain in person. All classes will begin remotely for …

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🌱 Westhampton-Hampton Bays Daily: The Legacy of Cory Hubbard + MLK

Hi, Westhampton and Hampton Bays! There are times when, as a journalist in the communities you cover, you have to write about the unthinkable. When Westhampton Beach High School graduate Cory Hubbard died while in college in 2014, hearts were broken. Having known Cory since childhood, mine was too. Today …

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Jazz Society Restaffs, Blues Challenge delayed

[ad_1] The Northwest Arkansas Jazz Society, in a press release last week, announced that Graham Stewart has been hired as the new executive director of NAJS, and that founder Robert Ginsburg will assume the role of artistic director. Stewart’s role as executive director will be operational and financial, allowing Ginsburg, …

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The New Culture Club Sherbrooke brings a welcome dose of performing arts

[ad_1] SHERBROOKE – Any night, in the dead of winter when the mercury is dropping, you might find a dozen or more people curled up in Meinhard Pfanner’s modest digs in downtown Sherbrooke listening to a live jazz ensemble or a reading by a local author. Welcome to Culture Club …

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‘Jefferson Girls’ Book Club Talk at MFAH

[ad_1] Jan 5 – Feb 27 This winter, discover new ways of seeing form, light and shadow with the immersive art experience: Light mosaic by the artist collective HYBYCOZO in Discovery Green. The installation will be visible every day during the park’s opening hours from November 12, 2021 to February …

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Light Trail brings a month of activities

[ad_1] The 2022 Tacoma Light Trail is back, offering a month filled with events and activities for the whole family, including outdoor shows, community art, interactive projects and more. Running through January 16, the Tacoma Light Trail is free for all ages and accessible in person and online. There are …

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