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‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ continues in T2

November 7 (Sunday) Woodcarvers of NWA Show & Sale – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Frisco Station Mall in Rogers (use the entrance near the Hobby Lobby). Free entry; art will be for sale. Email Scott Boyle at [email protected] Arkansas Fall Mushrooms – With master mycologist Jay Justice, 10 a.m. …

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PCFMC Piano / Organ Program November 14

The Ponca City Federated Music Club will present a Piano / Organ program in the First United Methodist Church Shrine, 6th and Central on Sunday, November 14 at 2 p.m. The public is cordially invited to attend this free program. This program is a continuation of the celebration of the …

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🌱 Heritage Day + Officer hit by a car + Volunteering

Hello, neighbors! Debora Whitehead here with the latest copy from Port Jefferson Daily. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: A little sun, then clouds. Top: 51, bottom: 43. Here are the best stories in Port Jefferson today: Fall Heritage Festival: Bring your family through revolutionary times! The …

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Artpark sees its attendance increase by nearly 500%

October 31 — Artpark & ​​Company’s Board of Directors announced the election of new officers and directors at the organization’s annual meeting held at the Park Country Club on October 13. Re-elected officers include: Joanne Bauer of Employer Services Corporation as President, Christopher Leardini as Vice President, Vincent Agnello of …

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Artpark sees its attendance increase by almost 500% | Night and day

Artpark & ​​Company’s Board of Directors announced the election of new officers and directors at the organization’s annual meeting held at the Park Country Club on October 13. Re-elected officers include: Joanne Bauer of Employer Services Corporation as President, Christopher Leardini as Vice President, Vincent Agnello of Niagara University as …

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10 spooky ways to get out of Halloweekend

Our second Halloween pandemic is fast approaching, and this year there is some optimism: Dr Anthony Fauci recently told CNN that the Halloween celebrations this year are over if you’re vaccinated and young children can enjoy treats outdoors. More good news: DC has seen a drop in COVID-19 cases over …

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🌱 Teacher under FBI investigation + Ertz traded eagles

Happy Saturday, people of Philadelphia! Here’s everything you need to know today. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Showers and more violent thunderstorm. High: 82 Low: 52. Here are the best stories in Philadelphia today: A Philadelphia cream private school teacher is subject to a FBI investigation …

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Big pumpkins and cool books

Tim Van Schmidt It was a perfect evening at Gardens on Spring Creek. At least perfect for a music fan. The event was a rare appearance in the region of legendary jazzman Herbie Hancock, closing the 2021 live music season at The Gardens in style. Hancock has shown great creative …

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‘Jurassic Quest’ returns for ‘dinomite’ weekend

Entertainment options in Arkansas this weekend: AMUSING “Jurassic Quest” More than 100 “photorealistic” dinosaurs consist of “Jurassic Quest”, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday at the Statehouse Convention Center on Markham Street and Main Street in Little Rock. The show includes dinosaur-themed …

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Yale

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15), also known as Latinx Heritage Month, organizations around Yale and New Haven are hosting a variety of events to celebrate communities and cultures. Latinx. Below you’ll find an exciting range of activities, from visiting museums to dancing and tasting cocktails. Friday …

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Opera Parallele announces the 2021-22 season

Opera Parallèle (OP) General and Artistic Director Nicole Paiement today announced the repertoire, cast and creative teams for the 2021-2022 season for the company’s 12th anniversary. The nationally acclaimed company will premiere of a newly orchestrated version of Harriet’s Spirit by acclaimed jazz artist Marcus Shelby; the first on the …

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Fun stuff: September 26 to October 10

Illustration by Ian D. Loomis by DOINA PLOPEditor-in-chief Even in times of global pandemic and social distancing, it’s still possible to have fun! Check out these virtual and in-person events over the next two weeks: At the COE National voter registration daySep 28, 9:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. From the …

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Obituary of Henry Kerwin (1934 – 2021) – Toledo, OH

(New stories)By Mark ZaborneyBlade staff writer Harry J. “Bud” Kerwin, Jr., a dance teacher and choreographer once widely known on the local performing arts scene, whose influence spanned from his high school in North Toledo to the university where he studied. made a career to the New York scene and …

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The Suwannee Roots Revival 2021 program is announced!

The 5 The rebirth of Suwannee’s roots takes place from Thursday October 14 to Sunday October 17 at the famous Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak, Florida. A plethora of incredible musicians are expected to perform including Sam Bush Band, Leftover Salmon, The Infamous Stringdusters, Steep …

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About the city

September 23, 2021 The new urban plan has been in existence for a year. Not wanting it to stay on a shelf, the Planning and Zoning Commission took action. And so the “implementation” phase began. The first is the “Village District” proposal. What is a “village district?” »Are there any …

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26 fun things to do this weekend in LA [9-24-2021 to 9-26-2021]

Natural History Museum dinosaur exhibit / Photo by: Christina Champlin As Los Angeles finds a way out of the pandemic and restrictions gradually ease, we continue our bi-weekly roundups of fun tasks, mixing the occasional online / virtual event with an ever-increasing in-person listening. culinary experiences and ideas. This weekend, …

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Democrats pay tribute to Chris Spaulding

Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz speaks at the Democratic event September 22, 2021 | by Ted Craft Former first coach Chris Spaulding was honored at a Democratic City Committee event on Sunday, proclaimed Democrat of the Year and praised by local and state leaders. Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz said that during …

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Dolans will host the Limerick Jazz Festival 2021

DOLANS Presents this week is thrilled to be one of the venues for the Limerick Jazz Festival 2021. Now celebrating its 10th anniversary, this year’s event will be a special celebration of local, emerging and international talent. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Many local and international artists …

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’90s sensation Jon b to headline the 6th Seafood & Jazz Festival in Apopka this weekend

From staff reports “Jazz is improvisational music, developed by African Americans and influenced both by the European harmonic structure and African rhythms. It was developed in part from ragtime and blues and is often characterized by syncopated rhythms, polyphonic ensemble playing, varying degrees of improvisation, often deliberate deviations in pitch, …

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Relaxation calendar | Relax | indexjournal.com

Announcements are subject to change. Get the most recent information by contacting the host organizations. Today, starting at 10 a.m., search for original works of art by local artists hidden in the shops of downtown Abbeville. Once found, sign the “Take Me Home” card attached to each work and leave …

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An eco-artistic festival on Amsterdam Avenue

Jody Sperling /Time Laps To dance. Photo by Jun Hua Eu. An “open street” on avenue d’Amsterdam between 109th and 110th streets will offer ecological and artistic programs on Saturdays from 12 noon to 6.30 p.m. The full output and schedule are below: Jody Sperling /Time Laps Dance and The …

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Playful People Productions announces 2021-22 season

Playful People Productions of San Jose announces an exciting roster of in-person musicals for adults, teens and children stretching through 2022, and structured with attendee health and safety paramount. Registration for the programs, as soon as they become available, will be done online at https://www.playfulpeople.org/registration. For more information, families can …

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BIG LIT is back to celebrate its 10 years with dignity

Famous actress Annette Badland is among the names to appear at this year’s festival Fearless in having to throw 5,000 brochures in the trash, organizers staged the first virtual BIG LIT as several authors appeared online. However, now in 2021, the event is back to properly celebrate the 10th anniversary, …

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Honolulu Art Museum welcomes visitors again

Posted: Jul 22, 2021 / 4:12 PM HST / Updated: Jul 22, 2021 / 4:12 PM HST The Honolulu Museum of Art welcomed the community once again with a list of hospitality programs and many more to come. As summer approaches, HoMA would like to express to the community how …

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Artist of the month Rachel Caldon on display

ROCHESTER – Here we are in mid-July! Stop by the Rochester Public Library to freshen up and pick up a book, DVD, audiobook, or music CD. Remember, we also have a variety of magazines for you to browse. Save money on subscriptions or impulse purchases of these supermarket checkout displays …

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“La Grande Liberté” (“Grosse Freiheit”): Film review

Anyone familiar with Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman’s powerful feature documentary in 2000, Paragraph 175, will recognize this title as the provision of the German penal code which sanctioned the horrific Nazi persecution of homosexuals, a law dating from 1871. What is more surprising is that the criminal prosecutions continued …

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Peninsula Pulse Presents: A Tale of Two

A tale of two. Submitted. Nashville-based band A Tale of Two is a juxtaposition of glamor and courage. Dressed in pearls and pinstripes as if they’ve just stepped out of a 1930s gangster movie, the duo create haunting vocal harmonies and catchy guitar-based grooves that take the listener on a …

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Orion Fall 2021 Concert Series at Levitt Shell

Free concerts are back at Levitt Shell in Overton Park. The Shell’s Orion free concert series – which has been on hold since 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic – will return this fall for eight weekends of live music. The fall season will start on September 3 and will …

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Newport Restoration Foundation Announces July Events

NEWPORT, RI – The Newport Restoration Foundation is excited to be able to continue its in-person programs and events at museums this season. The Rough Point Museum, Whitehorne House Museum and Prescott Farm will offer a variety of free and paid programs for all ages and interests. Mark your calendars …

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My brother’s campus | Local News

ST. THOMAS – The students of My Brother’s Workshop are already creating a lot – from benches to cupcakes – and soon they will be picking up their hammers again to help build something that will impact thousands of Virgin Island youth for years to come: a campus that the …

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Broadway, record stars as mentor at Songbook Academy 2021

Grammy-winning singer Catherine Russell and stage and film stars Telly Leung and Solea Pfeiffer will join Michael Feinstein as professional mentors during this year’s Songbook Academy Summer Intensive, the premier music program for young people of the country focused on the timeless standards of jazz, pop, Broadway and Hollywood. . …

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Things to do the week of June 24 to 30

Back to the music concert series: This Thursday, the Stephen Trohoske Trio jazz ensemble with Tony Gray and Bradley Amidon will perform as part of the series at Perry Square. Grab some blankets or chairs and settle into the park. Food and drink vendors open at 7 p.m. and music …

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Community calendar | Latest titles

HORSESHOE CRABS: “A DEEP DIVE”: 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. horseshoe crab lesson in person and with the family; Cumberland County Library, 800 E. Commerce St., Bridgeton, registration required. 856-453-2210, ext. 26105 or CCLNJ.org. JUNE CRAFT FAIR: 9 a.m. to 3:19 p.m., June 20; two-day outdoor craft fair; more than …

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Workshops, plays and more to discover this weekend

For culture lovers … It’s finally Thursday and that means putting together a program for the weekend around indoor activities, all-you-can-eat breakfasts with friends and other great things to do in Dubai. However, if you want to add a touch of culture to mix in, here’s a rundown of things …

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Defenders of the arts will open a new gallery

A new gallery will soon be opening in Sarasota, one that will showcase work by longtime and well-known artists linked here. Arts Advocates (formerly known for decades as the Fine Arts Society of Society) will open the new space starting Saturday, July 17 in the Siesta Mall, Suite 119, 3501 …

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You are invited to make music »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. Busy McCarroll of Busy y los Big Deals is one of the organizers of Make Music Day Santa Fe. (Courtesy of Make Music Day Santa Fe) Copyright © 2021 …

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Bay City Fencepost June 8 | Fence posts

Greetings Bay City! June is everywhere (musical notes). Summer is back with the dairy parade, fireworks, farmers markets and most importantly the bay is filled with crabbing and fishing boats. Bay City in the summer is the best place to live in the summer. Everything, and I mean Everything, is …

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This week’s events in the Concord area

CONCORD, MA – Looking for things to do this week? Your Concord Patch Community Calendar is a great way to keep tabs on what’s happening near you and find local events that match your interests. Here’s a look at local events coming to the area this week. Tip: if you …

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Boardman students celebrate end of school

The Austintown Farmers’ Market returns this week; Lit Youngstown offers writing camps, a workshop for teens BOARDMAN – The Boardman High School Jazz Program will feature the 2k21 “School’s Out” pop / rock show tonight at Boardman Park. 2k21 is a horned rock band that performs a wide variety of …

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Vermont Arts News | Vermont Arts

BRATTLEBORO – The Juno Orchestra, Vermont’s newest professional chamber orchestra, presented their four-part project: “Juno Singles”. Juno hired four local composers, each commissioning to create a 10- to 15-minute work for string orchestra. Derrik Jordan, world music specialist; Robert Merfeld, pianist and chamber music teacher; Dana Maiben, violinist and specialist …

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Arts Calendar – The Durango Herald

Wednesday June 2 Adam Swanson, 5:30 p.m., Diamond Belle Saloon, 699 Main Ave. Terry Rickard, 5:30 p.m., Office Spiritorium, 699 Main Ave. The Jeff Solon Jazz Duo, 6:00 p.m., Dandelion Cafe, 725 East Second Ave. Thursday June 3 School Leaving Celebration, 5:00 p.m. to Sunday, Tico Time River Resort, 20 …

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Events not to miss in Baltimore this month

TO 19/06: THE MARIN FESTIVAL: FREE PERFORMANCESIn the orchestra’s first in-person events since the onset of COVID-19, Maestra Marin Alsop will lead the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in outdoor community performances, ending with a gala on June 19. Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Times vary. TO 19/06: THE HERITAGE OF THE CHARCOAL SKUTTLEThis …

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Waltham Community Calendar

To come up: Live music at Gore Place: 7:30 p.m. June 3. Tickets: $ 21. To order / information: http://goreplace.org. Gore Place will offer a concert of Irish music by violinist Laurel Martin and multi-instrumentalist Mark Roberts with a special performance by dancer Sean nos Keiran Jordan. The renewal of …

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Bay City close May 25 | Fence posts

Greetings Bay City! I’ve told you many times that Bay City works with volunteers. Not that we don’t have dedicated and hard-working municipal staff. But volunteers play an important role in all areas of our city’s life. This week’s column is dedicated to all of the volunteers in our community …

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Summer Heats Up With Local Day Camps | Local News

School is soon over for the summer, and with the warm weather, local summer day camps are heating up with opportunities, whatever your child’s interests are. New Activities Coordinator Claire Jolley, Manchester Rec Center, shared some of the department’s upcoming programs at the resort. The Manchester Outdoor Adventure Camp will …

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The noubas of the Bauhaus | Dare – Gulf News

Oskar Schlemmer Triadic Ballet, 1927 Image Credit: Provided Tom Wolfe was lucky. His death allowed him to miss the rain of the Bauhaus centenary celebrations. In From Bauhaus to Our House (1981), the American author had written a fierce outcry against the faithful of the famous German art school, held …

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New opera house reflects birth rate debate

The U.S. birth rate fell for the sixth consecutive year in 2020, and experts are puzzled and concerned about the reasons. A new upcoming opera offers some perspective. It is about how a young couple struggles between the desire to be parents and their serious concerns about the state of …

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Sesame Street actors you may not know have died

Principal puppeteer on “Sesame Street”, “The Muppet Show”, “Fraggle Rock” and many other Muppet-related projects, Jerry Nelson has performed as one of the most beloved supporting players on the “Street”, including the Count von Count, Herry Monster and Sherlock Hemlock. Many of Nelson’s recurring characters were staples from the show’s …

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The curtain falls on Covid, rises on the ballet

By Samuel Alioto “Sixty ballet students are performing in two private workshop screenings for friends and family this coming weekend of May 15,” writes Jewels Solheim Roe, who also captioned the photos. “Snippets of the performance will be filmed and posted on social media – with a full screening of …

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Faster Than Sound: Kendra Sells, Unlimited: The BluMoon Singer’s Solo Debut, A Panel Of Music Supervisors, And More Music News – Music

When the Austin musician Kendra sells shared his new solo work with a friend, they suggested the description “club punk”. It is a suitable encapsulation of Everything in your head, an exploratory dance of distorted guitars, anarchic structures and magnetic rhythms anchored in Sells’ vocal expertise. Released with Richmond’s Quiet …

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The Engelwood Soweto exchange with Ernest Dawkins

The Englewood-Soweto Exchange is a collaborative exchange project led by internationally renowned saxophonist and composer Ernest Dawkins. (Provided) Every now and then a jazz project emerges with the intention of linking the narrative to music and migration across the vast oceans that surround us. The history of the Black Atlantic …

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Shall we dance? The Pacific Dance Festival 2021 goes national!

Entering fully into the limelight as Aotearoa’s national organization for Pacific dance artists, the Pacific dance festival hits the road in 2021 – expanding to four venues around Auckland in June and visiting arts festivals across the country with their world-class performances this year. Continuing their broad commitment to the …

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