Looking at Ray, the musician

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

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Community calendar | News | hammondstar.com

Saturday, May 1 Hammond Farmer’s Market, 8 am to noon, 2 W. Thomas Street With a live concert this week by the Southeastern Community Music School String Orchestra, 10:30 am to 11:30 am Household Hazardous Recycling Collection, 8 am to noon, Zemurray Park, 406 S. Oak St., Hammond. No commercial …

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Move percussion beyond its stereotype

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

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Pendleton Heights Top 10%, take 5

Sienna Huther’s Eagle Scout project included the installation of two large “PH” cutouts at Pendleton Heights Middle School. Submitted photo Staff reports PENDLETON – Pendleton Heights High School recognizes the Top 10% of the Class of the Year. There are 37 students in this group for the 2021 class. The …

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Fun Reasons to Go Out and Go Out: Under the Big Top

HUDSON VALLEY, NY – Pandemic restrictions continue to be relaxed across the region, allowing a small audience to once again attend films, stage performances, exhibitions and concerts. Here are some of the best reasons to get out of the house to see a show. Safety remains the top priority, which …

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