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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today in history | OMCP

Today in History Today is Sunday, June 13, the 164th day of 2021. There are 201 days left in… Today in history Today is Sunday, June 13, the 164th day of 2021. There are 201 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On June 13, 1966, the …

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Celebrate World Music Day | Cyprus Mail

June 21 is a special day for many reasons. It is the international day of yoga and the summer solstice but also the world day of music. With three different reasons to celebrate, there are bound to be a variety of events around the island and a somewhat unique performance …

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Is Danny Trevathan aging?

The Bears are crying out for the defense of an inside linebacker who can cover passing situations like Roquan Smith does, or at least somewhere near his level. This is because Danny Trevathan has reached a point in his NFL career where there are real questions about his overall abilities. …

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Music and dance continue to drive societal change

The Opinion BDN section operates independently and does not set newsroom policies or contribute to reporting or editing articles elsewhere in the newspaper or on bangordailynews.com. David L. Nevins is co-editor of The Fulcrum and co-founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bridge Alliance Education Fund. Watching …

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Montgomery’s Beat Champ has the recipe for success

For Montgomery’s Beat Champ, stringing together a beat is more than just throwing sounds together. It’s even more than putting together a puzzle. Think of him more as a gourmet chef with a musical recipe, which he likes to prepare with quality ingredients. “If you’re picking out sounds that already …

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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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Music and dance continue to drive change

Nevins co-editor of The Fulcrum and co-founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bridge Alliance Education Fund. Watching the Kennedy Center Honors on Sunday night, I realized that this celebration of lifelong artistic achievement is more than just a show business awards ceremony. The Kennedy Center represents …

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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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NOVOS is the new sports school for Gen-Z

For anyone over 30, Fortnite might be nothing more than a benchmark in the vast pool of memes, gifs, and TV shows. However, the popular video game, which only launched in 2017, has racked up huge success – with around 350 million player accounts and 80.4 million monthly users. There …

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YS School Board – Deficit delayed by one year

The financial situation of Yellow Springs schools looks a little more optimistic at the end of the school year than it was last fall, according to District Treasurer Tammy Emrick. Reporting to the school board at its last regular meeting on Thursday, May 13, Emrick said income for the past …

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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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The story of boy’s love

The Boys Love genre has seen a renaissance recently, with many new titles in the limelight and several older titles receiving renewed attention. The Boys Love genre has a fascinating and unique history, evolving over the years to become the genre it is today. In fact, the story of Boys …

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Howard H. Bariteau | Obituary

Howard H. Bariteau went to live with Jesus on Sunday, May 30, 2021, who died at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center after a brief admission. Howard H. Bariteau was born in Watertown on July 26, 1934, the only child of the late Henry and Clara Abbott Bariteau of Carthage. He graduated from …

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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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What is Asian American music, really?

In the decades since its inception, the term “Asian American” has become depoliticized; Once a coalition that sought to mobilize collectively against injustice, it has evolved into a demographic – and marked by cavernous contrasts. After the passage of the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965, an infusion of Asian …

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Increases for the Springfield Science Museum, Public Forum, Community Music School and other nonprofits proposed in the State Senate budget of $ 47.7 billion for the fiscal year 2022

As Massachusetts reopens and residents come back to life without COVID-19 restrictions, state lawmakers are considering a slew of budget changes for fiscal 2022 that could give hard-hit nonprofits a boost in Springfield and western Massachusetts. The recently approved $ 47.7 billion budget by the State Senate includes several amendments …

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Today in history | WTOP

Today in History Today is Sunday May 30, the 150th day of 2021. There are 215 days left in… Today in history Today is Sunday, May 30, the 150th day of 2021. There are 215 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On May 30, 1431, Joan of …

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Remembering the women of our wars | Op-ed

They were nurses, soldiers, code breakers, factory workers, resistance fighters, prisoners of war, victims. We must remember this on Remembrance Day. Women have been warriors throughout history. During the Civil War, they took male pseudonyms, wore men’s uniforms, and fought on both sides. Harriet Tubman was then a spy and …

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RELIGIONAL NOTES: May 29-June 6 Events: Sundays in the Garden of God at First Plymouth; Energize Climate Change Online Lecture Series, Part 2; Trivia evenings; Imagination station “In the Garden” for children. | Faith and values

University of Financial Peace at St. Mark’s Church – 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Wednesday) to June 2. Learn to tell your money where to go instead of wondering where it went. Nine Lessons Based on Biblical Wisdom and Common Sense, Upper Fellowship Hall, 8550 Pioneers Blvd. Register: financialpeace.com/classes/1134730. FoodNet …

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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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Music Teacher Directs Heartwarming Video of Elementary School Student Singing “We Are the World” – Lexington-Fayette, Ky.

Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2021-05-27 18:30:50 – Clarkville, IndianaWRTV) – A music teacher at a primary school in South India used a rare note to create a charming and heartwarming music video with his students. Emmy Bodner, a music teacher at Clarksville Elementary School, divided her students into different groups throughout the …

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Your Guide to the Perfect Memorial Day Weekend in Honolulu

Photo: courtesy of Shinnyo Lantern Floating Hawai’i Hawaii Shinnyo Lantern Floating Interactive Experience Until June 5 Rather than putting out thousands of souvenir lanterns at Ala Moana Beach, this year’s Shinnyo Lantern Floating Hawai’i has morphed into “Many Rivers, One Ocean: Interactive Experience”, accepting reservations nightly until. June 5. Shinnyo-en …

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On TV Wednesday: ‘The Bold Type’ returns to Freeform

During the coronavirus crisis, The Los Angeles Times is making temporary changes to our printing sections. The prime-time TV schedule is on hiatus in the print version, but an expanded version is available in your daily electronic Times newspaper. You can find a printable PDF online at: latimes.com/whats-on-tv. SERIES Kids …

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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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11 best Jamie Foxx movies to watch right now

For Hollywood artists, versatility is the key to a successful career. Actor, singer and comedian Jamie Foxx is pretty much the personification of the term ‘triple threat’. The 53-year-old has constantly evolved throughout his career and seems determined to push the boundaries of what fans expect of him. Born Eric …

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A conversation with Bryan Ida – The Santa Clara

In a statement addressed to his influential work, Ida explains that he uses, “contemporary subjects related to historical events to emphasize that man’s inhumanity towards man is universal and endless.” Ida’s goal is to promote emotion, rather than fear – to reflect “compassion, respect and a desire to right the …

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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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Calendar of events for Westlake

Note: In response to concerns about the coronavirus, events in the region may be subject to cancellation, postponement or participation limits. Please contact the organizers to confirm event details. May 25 Tuesday Story Time: 10:30 am via Zoom, hosted by Westbank Libraries. This program develops early literacy skills through story …

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KARUNA SHINSHO LAUNCHES NEW SINGLE “O PATO”

KARUNA SHINSHO LAUNCHES A NEW SINGLE “O PATO” – Bossa Nova from Japan! Japanese American singer Karuna Shinsho, known for her sweet and calming vocal renditions of jazz standards and bossa nova songs, released her second single “O Pato” on major streaming platforms – on May 15, 2021. She released …

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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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Junji Ito Collection: Anime Vs. Manga

Junji Ito is a fan favorite in the horror manga genre, but his work is also difficult to adapt into anime in part due to censorship laws in Japan as well as the medium itself. His page-turning suspense can be difficult to capture in animation, raising the question of whether …

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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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Omar Rodriguez-Lopez releases 62 album back catalog for his streaming services, including records from Antemasque and collaborations with John Frusciante, Lydia Lunch and Damo Suzuki

Krista marple May 21, 2021 – 6:52 p.m. Omar Rodríguez-López, guitarist for Mars Volta, possesses has published its entire back catalog on this new content. The catalog includes 62 albums including 36 of them that were never made available on the applications of digital service providers. Its entire catalog will …

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