From the community: Japan Life Hacks & Tips

Life in Japan and all of its practicalities can be overwhelming, even for the most experienced. From discounted late-night bento boxes to the life-saving power of Google Translate’s camera feature, there are many facets of life in Japan that we’d like to know earlier. It can range from the basics …

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“Getting lost in what I love” – CBS Denver

ARVADA, Colorado (CBS4) – The sounds of a skillful DJ spinning song after song flooded an Arvada parking lot on Saturday morning. At first listen, you would never guess that the musician behind the beats was only 9 years old. “I’ve always found a connection to music, but I didn’t …

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Musicians flee Afghanistan fearing Taliban regime

More than 100 young artists, teachers and their relatives affiliated with the Afghan National Institute of Music, a famous school that has become a target of the Taliban in part for its efforts to promote girls’ education, fled the country on Sunday, the school leaders mentioned. The musicians, many of …

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Japanese Breakfast Sable (Video Game Soundtrack): Ethereal and Else

Artist: Japanese breakfast Genre: Pop, Instrumental, Soundtrack Best tracks: “Glider”, “Eccria (Night)”, “Sansee (Day)”, “Beetle Detour”, “Burnt Oak Station (Day)” ADVERTISING KEEP READING BELOW Weakest slopes: “Sansee (night)” Release Date: September 24, 2021 Duration: 1 h 36 min Michelle Zauner has been a busy artist. The Korean-American musician released her …

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Kyoto experiment calls for “unheard voices”

In these times of pandemic, the digital tools that connect people without travel have, by necessity, led our voices to take precedence over our bodies. Fewer fields have felt the effects of this disembodiment more acutely than the performing arts. In Japan, as in many parts of the world, theaters …

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Neill R. Anderson, 87, Lewisburg |

Neill R. Anderson, October 2, 1933 – September 29, 2021 Neil Anderson passed away peacefully at his Lewisburg home on September 29, 2021, from metastatic melanoma. An artist all his life, he began at the age of seven with drawing lessons at the Chicago Art Institute. This was followed by …

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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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Montana Grizzly Footballer nominated for Academic Heisman

(photo courtesy of the University of Montana) The National Football Foundation announced Wednesday that Montana offensive tackle Dylan Cook has been named a semi-finalist for the prestigious William V. Campbell Trophy, known as the “Academic Heisman.” Senior Associate Athletic Director Jean Gee, who oversees much of the academic progress and …

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Interview Tirzah: New album ‘Colorgrade’

It’s 10 p.m. in the sleepy London suburb of Sidcup when musician Tirzah Mastin puts her children to bed and joins me on our first call via Zoom. Beside her, a static purring scratches her baby monitors. It evokes the dusty silence after the drop of a needle, just before …

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How an 11-foot-tall 3D printer helps build community

Square feet Three-dimensional printing can create almost any object. A partnership in Mexico puts this theory to the test, building a village for residents living in poverty. Pedro García Hernández, 48, is a carpenter in Tabasco state in southeastern Mexico, an area of ​​the country surrounded by tropical forests where …

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An air show for fun in Ellington

One of the Bay Area’s most popular events, the Wings Over Houston Airshow, returns to Ellington Airport from October 9-10. The combination of having the Thunderbirds and the Snowbirds at the same air show should prove to be crowd pleaser. “We are delighted to be back this year, not only …

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UK offers thousands of visas to overseas truckers to address driver shortage

While business groups generally welcomed the government’s decision, some expressed doubts about its sufficiency. The government overthrow also comes after Britain’s transport and logistics industries pleaded with lawmakers to ease visa restrictions for European Union drivers. Logistics UK, a trade group, had applied for 10,000 seasonal visas for drivers, similar …

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Eddie On Aux: BADBADNOTGOOD, Giveon and KeiyaA

“Forever, Ya Girl” is a manifestation of the artistry and talent of KeiyaA. The self-produced and self-produced album seems to take inspiration from fellow Chicago artists Noname and Jamila Woods. (Photo courtesy of Pitchfork) BADBADNOTGOOD – “Next to April” Critics used terms like “unique” and “imaginative” to describe BADBADNOTGOOD’s music, …

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“Slave Play” is back on Broadway

“Slave Play,” the buzzing and provocative drama that was nominated for 12 Tony Awards but won none, will return to Broadway this fall. Playwright Jeremy O. Harris announced the plan just after midnight Monday morning, about an hour after the awards ceremony, at an after-party to celebrate “Slave Play” and …

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Istanbul Naval Museum reopened to visitors

Istanbul Sea Museum September 27 is the 270th (271st in leap years) day of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. The number of days remaining until the end of the year is 95. Railways September 27, 1825 The first passenger train enters service. British engineer George Stephenson produced a …

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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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Parallel play isn’t just for kids

“Want to read quietly next to each other in Riverside Park?” I texted a friend on a Sunday afternoon in July. I was exhausted from being out too late the night before and filled with the terror that hangs on those last weekend hours – but I didn’t want to …

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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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Football: Riverhead rings victory bell on homecoming day

Riverhead’s Gabriel Arruda got his hands on the ball but couldn’t hold back the pass while Central Islip’s Kevin Mills defended. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk) The sound is like music to the ears of a Riverhead High School football player. After each victory for Riverhead, the Blue Waves ring the victory …

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Podcasts from opera pros

“Aria Code” is an increasingly popular podcast. But what else do opera professionals listen to? Here are some recommendations. (Their comments, via email, have been edited and condensed.) Merrin Lazyan, co-creator and main producer of “Aria Code”: I enjoyed the podcasts produced by Glyndebourne Opera House and Los Angeles Opera …

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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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All the things you need to know!

Archie Heaton is Charlie Heaton’s son. His father rose to fame after taking over as Jonathan on Netflix’s one-off show, Stranger Things. Before Charlie made his identity as an artist, he received a reputation as a musician. The English artist and performer has hundreds of thousands of followers across the …

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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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Biden administration to deport Haitians in Del Rio, Texas

This week, the United States resumed deportation flights to Haiti under the public health order. On Wednesday, immigration and customs services repatriated around 90 Haitians. Among those deported were families with young children, according to the Haitian Bridge Alliance, a rights group, which also said they had been deported under …

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Latin dance music maestro Adalberto Álvarez dies at 72

This ajiaco, or stew, traditionally and modernly made Mr. lvarez unique among Cuban conductors at the time, said Marysol Quevedo, Cuban music expert and assistant professor of musicology at the University of Miami. “What he represents is this perfect hybrid of the traditional and influences from abroad,” she said. Unlike …

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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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Elon Musk says Starlink will drop out of beta next month

This long-exposure image shows a track from a cluster of SpaceX Starlink satellites passing over Uruguay on February 7, 2021.Photo: Mariana Suarez / AFP (Getty Images) Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX Friday announced that Starlink, the company’s satellite internet service, will exit its public beta phase in October. While this …

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Roc Nation School of Music, Sports and Entertainment Supports Hope Scholarship Program with Inaugural School Collection

Today, the Roc Nation School of Music, Sports & Entertainment at Long Island University unveiled its first collection of back-to-school merchandise for the fall semester 2021, where proceeds from all purchases will be donated. to the Hope Fellowship Program. The collection will include T-shirts, sweaters, hoodies, shorts, socks, hats, beach …

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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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How Ibrahim Kamara found his place in fashion

Beyond the covers Mr. Kamara’s work tends to flirt at the intersection of raw realism, pop culture tropes, and the alternate realities he creates. Among his early covers for Dazed, one featured adapted Nigerian activists holding their national flag; another showed a young black man in a Gucci tracksuit and …

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Music: “Nothing but love” | Roswell Daily Record

Submitted Photo Pictured left are Peter Hand, Matthew Parrish, Houston Person, Kathy Lyon, Lafayette Harris, Jr. and Vince Ector. A collaboration of renowned jazz musicians worked on Lyon’s new album, “Nothin ‘But Love”. Copyright © 2021 Roswell Daily Record “Nothin ‘But Love” album shows passion for jazz Celebrity jazz singer …

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Guitar and ukulele teacher | The Music Journal

Wednesday August 25, 2021, 12:05 p.m. Celebrating 10 years of music education in County Limerick, Mid-West Vocal Academy & Music School is currently calling for applications for the position of Guitar and Ukulele Teacher for the upcoming 2021/22 academic year. Responsibilities would include preparing students for various exams and concerts …

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How communist rapper Noname fights American capitalist culture

VSImmunism is a touchy subject for most Americans. There are good reasons for it: Communists and Socialists, their less radical counterparts, have historically been persecuted by the government following wars highlighting the country’s dependence on capitalist structures. It’s rare for Americans to openly embrace the radical concept today, but one …

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On History Day – August 9 – Almanac

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

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Today in History: Sunday August 8

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

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Marissa Klapwald is Lacordaire’s new advancement director

Lacordaire Academy (GOOGLE STREET VIEW) Megan Mannato, principal of the Lacordaire Academy school, announced the hiring of Marissa Klapwald as the new director of advancement of the school. Klapwald joined Lacordaire in July and brings over 15 years of development experience to her role. She has worked in the field …

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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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The next performance of “To Awaken The Sleeper” at the Colorado Music Festival was inspired by James Baldwin – CBS Denver

BOULDER, Colorado (CBS4) – The Colorado Music Festival at Chautauqua Auditorium on Thursday will present a composition by Joel Thompson inspired by the words of James Baldwin, echoing the author’s sentiment influencing the nation’s progress and the work that remains to be done. Portrait of the American writer James Baldwin …

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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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Yoko Ono presents MEND PIECE for London

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

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