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The Takács Quartet make their stage debut on March 19

The Broad Stage presents an evening with The Takács Quartet, winners of the Grammy Award, 2021 Gramophone Classical Music Awards, Chamber category and 2021 Presto Music Classical Recording Award, make their Broad Stage debut on Saturday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m. on the Stage main. Hailed as “arguably the greatest …

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Today in History | Story

Today is Wednesday, February 23, the 54th day of 2022. There are 311 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On February 23, 1954, the first mass inoculation of school children against poliomyelitis using the Salk vaccine began in Pittsburgh as some 5,000 students were vaccinated. To …

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Covid News: NYC Anime Convention Wasn’t an Omicron Superspreader Event, CDC Study Finds

Video Governor Gavin Newsom of California unveiled the state’s new approach to living with the coronavirus, moving away from what he called a “crisis mindset” and starting to treat the virus as a manageable risk .CreditCredit…Allison Zaucha for The New York Times On Thursday, California health officials unveiled a “next …

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Sounds of the 1980 Winter Olympics: “Give it All You Got” by Chuck Mangione and the Crane School of Music compose a soundtrack for Lake Placid

As the XXIV Olympic Winter Games unfold in Beijing, China, we look back 42 years to the XIII Olympic Winter Games which were held in Lake Placid from February 13, 1980 to February 24, 1980. Land of the Miracle on Ice and speed skater Eric Heiden winning five gold medals, …

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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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Today in History | Health and fitness

Today is Tuesday, February 1, the 32nd day of 2022. There are 333 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On February 1, 1960, four black college students began a protest sit-in at a Woolworth’s lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, where they had been denied service. …

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Fall Line Now Has Late Night Electronic Music

Rein Tahk is the resident DJ at Fall Line Kitchen & Cocktails.Rein Tahk/Courtesy Photo Fall Line Kitchen & Cocktails in Vail Village adds a new option to Bridge Street’s nightlife scene. From now until the end of the ski season, resident DJ Rein Tahk will play original house music sets …

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The realistic triumph of Drive My Car

It sounds simple: two people sitting in a car, talking aimlessly, or maybe not saying anything at all. The red vintage Saab that Yūsuke Kafuku (Hidetoshi Nishijima) owns and worships in drive my car provides the main framework for an epic cinematic tale of life, loss, art, and the unexpected …

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Azealia Banks, Jeff Tweedy, Kamaal Williams and 40+ artists join Noise Pop ’22 festival lineup // The city’s multi-venue music festival returns to the SF Bay area February 21-27

Image Credit: Noise Pop The Noise Pop Festival is thrilled to announce an expanded music lineup as the San Francisco Bay Area’s premier independent music and arts festival returns for its 29th year February 21-27, 2022. Festival Badges are on sale now and individual concert tickets become available for purchase …

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Unveiling of CES 2022. Novedades tecnológicas desde Las Vegas. – Oakland News Now

Oakland News Now – Unveiling of CES 2022. Novedades tecnológicas desde Las Vegas. – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. Unveiling of CES 2022. Novedades tecnológicas …

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Are virtual influencers even better than real ones?

Somewhere in the world, a team of fictitious influencers are making real money. Born from the mind of a machine, they are reminiscent of the actual iterations they mimic, which often project the best version of themselves. These virtual avatars come in a myriad of options: flawless or with freckles; …

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Year in Review: A Turning Point for the Arts in Aspen

Paperless tickets and vaccination cards are verified when attendees enter the Aspen Art Museum for the Monty Alexander Trio Rooftop Show at the JAS June Experience in downtown Aspen on Friday, June 25, 2021 (Kelsey Brunner / The Aspen Times) Pianist Matthew Whitaker performs in an Aspen Music Festival and …

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‘Insecure’ Music Supervisor Opens Up About Issa Rae’s Tale Soundtrack For Five Seasons

RSNEWS09_insecure_musicsupervisor_STILL Like Issa Rae’s comedy series Unsafe approaching its series grand finale, airing on December 26 Rolling Stone News looks back on the series’ five sound seasons with music supervisor Kier Lehman. “That’s one of the interesting things about the combination of music and storytelling, imagery and image – that …

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Downtown Bakery Buyers + New Wine Festival + Freeway Pig Update

Hello everyone! I took a day off yesterday because I had something mean. Be careful there! I’m back today with your weekend edition of the Healdsburg Daily, filled with everything you need to know about what’s going on in the city. Here we are… First, your weather forecast for the …

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Seahawks QB Russell Wilson speaks after leading victory over 49ers | CBS Sports HQ – CBS Sports – Oakland News Now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKifjz7TwnU Oakland News Now – Seahawks QB Russell Wilson speaks after leading victory over 49ers | CBS Sports Headquarters – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. …

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Week 12 Recap | Jags driving time | Jags News – Oakland News Now

Oakland News Now – Week 12 Recap | Jags driving time – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. Join Brian Sexton, Ashlyn Sullivan and John Oehser …

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Who is Arooj Aftab? Pakistani singer lands Grammy nomination for Best New Artist

Pakistani singer Arooj Aftab, whose Sufi-influenced jazz sounds were on former US President Barack Obama’s summer playlist earlier this year, was nominated for Best New Artist category for the 2022 Grammy Awards . The highest accolades in the music industry will be presented at a ceremony in Los Angeles on …

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Malibu Seen: Ginny Mancini: an appreciation | Malibu life

Some 20 years after winning the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for “Good Will Hunting”, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have reunited for a new drama called “The Last Duel”. Matt Damon and Affleck are well known names in Hollywood, but there is a large circle of philanthropists, artists and …

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“They changed my life forever”

The talented musician and author Nikki sixx said in an interview with Aquarius that his group Motley Crue and members, Tommy lee, Vince Neil, and Mick mars, changed his life forever. Nikki sixx has appeared in the rock and roll community for over four decades. Over the years, he has …

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Afghanistan’s only music school finishes leaving Kabul for fear of Taliban crackdown

The last two of more than 270 students, teachers and staff at Afghanistan’s only music school have left the country following the Taliban takeover, the institution’s founder said on Thursday. “It was extremely moving,” said Ahmad Sarmast, founder and director of the Afghan National Institute of Music, of the students …

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Today in history | Comment

Today is Wednesday, October 27, the 300th day of 2021. There are 65 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On October 27, 1978, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin (men-AH’-kem BAY’-gihn) were named Nobel Peace Prize laureates for their progress towards reaching …

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A Noblesville High School graduate returns home to take on a new position as Executive Director of Noblesville Main Street • Current Publishing

Kate Baker was born and raised in Noblesville. She calls the community of Noblesville her rock. So it seems fitting that the 41-year-old resident is the new general manager of Noblesville Main Street. According to its website, Noblesville Main Street is a nonprofit working to enrich the culture and community …

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today in history | national news

Today in history Today is Monday, October 11, the 284th day of 2021. There are 81 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On October 11, 1968, Apollo 7, the first manned Apollo mission, was launched with astronauts Wally Schirra (shih-RAH ‘), Donn Fulton Eisele and R. …

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Cimafunk’s quest to create a nation under one groove

A few months ago at a recording studio in Tallahassee, Florida, Cuban singer and songwriter Cimafunk was engaged in a climactic meeting of minds with Parliament-Funkadelic leader George Clinton when they stumbled upon a fascinating connection between African American and African American. Cuban music. Cimafunk, born Erik Iglesias Rodríguez, played …

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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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“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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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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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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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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The Academy of Music returns in person

The Academy of Music returns in person 2021 season sees a return to live performance By Charles Donelan OPENING DAY: Maestro Larry Rachleff will conduct the first public concert of 2021 by the Academy Chamber Orchestra at the Granada Theater on Sunday July 11 | Credit: Phil Channing If you’re …

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Suzanne Santo at the garage sale of her debut album

^ I support Local Community Journalism Support Denver’s independent voice and help keep Westword’s future free. In 2003, at nineteen, songwriter Suzanne Santo followed her boyfriend to Los Angeles. They broke up during her first week in the city, leaving her “only sadness and my father’s guitar,” she recalls. She …

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Jon Hassell obituary | Music

In his quest for what he called Fourth World music, trumpeter and composer Jon Hassell, who died at the age of 84, exerted an influence on his contemporaries far beyond the immediate popularity of his own. artwork. To create “contemporary coffee-colored classical music,” Hassell brought together pieces of music from …

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Inside today’s virtual artist labels

Ex-factory New’s FN Meka factory Virtual artists are nothing new: Animation group Gorillaz, created by musician Damon Albarn and visual artist Jamie Hewlett, has sold the equivalent of more than 24 million albums worldwide (according to his label, Parlophone) and won a Grammy Award for the hit “Feel Good Inc.” …

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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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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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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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Today in history 5/5/21 | national

Today is Wednesday May 5, the 125th day of 2021. There are 240 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history On May 5, 1925, the teacher John T. Scopes was accused in Tennessee of violating a state law that prohibited the teaching of the theory of evolution. (Scopes …

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Marcus Machado: “Learn the rhythms, learn the changes – that’s what’s important for any concert. No one will hire you for the speed at which you play the solo “

There are the child prodigies… and then there are the child prodigies. Take Marcus Machado, who started playing guitar at the age of two. “The guitar has always been there, since my earliest memories,” he says. “My dad was a musician, so there were guitars and instruments all over the …

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The best reissues on Bandcamp: March / April 2021

BEST RE-EDITIONS The best reissues on Bandcamp: March / April 2021 By Dean Van Nguyen April 27, 2021 We select some of the most crucial reissues and retrospectives recently released on Bandcamp, and take a look at the historical stories behind them. Whether it’s West African highlife, German post-punk, Golden …

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Today in History: Monday, April 26, 2021

Television and radio: Beloved Lucille Ball died in 1989 at the age of 77… Biopic made for television “A woman named Golda»Created in syndication in 1982. He played Ingrid Bergman what his Emmy-winning role would be as Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir. Bergman’s daughter Pia lindstrom accepted Bergman’s posthumous Emmy …

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How I get there: Alua Arthur, Death Doula

Successful women talk about managing their careers and their lives. Illustration: Lauren Tamaki In 2012, Alua Arthur left her legal career to become a death doula. The problem was, she had no idea such a job existed. “All I knew was there had to be a better way to support …

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USDA Calls Social Justice Advocate for New Role | 2021-03-31

WASHINGTON – A former Goldman Sachs vice president and social justice advocate has been appointed as assistant secretary of administration at the US Department of Agriculture. Oscar Gonzales, who previously held a number of USDA Under Secretary Tom Vilsack positions in the Obama administration, was appointed on March 29 by …

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