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Betty Buckley pays tribute to Stephen Sondheim with her new album

Betty Buckley, who performed on stage in hits such as Cats and sunset boulevard and on stage and on screen in two versions carrie, had a long and storied career with Stephen Sondheim. Recently she shared some of these stories and some on her new album with Newsweek. Like most …

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Weehawken jazz master Barry Harris leaves a rich legacy | Appreciation

By Michele Drayton Barry Harris was taken aback when he found out he was one of three jazz pianists up for the GRAMMY organization’s President’s Merit Award. “What is it? I don’t know what it is,” Harris recalled during an interview on Florida’s WMNF-FM radio in 2005. “But when I …

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West Side Rag » Parents unhappy with local high school options, as application deadline approaches

Posted on February 3, 2022 at 7:01 p.m. by West Side Rag By Dena Twain District 3 parents are unhappy with the choices available to them as they face the March 1 deadline for New York City Department of Education (DOE) high school applications . The Zone 3 School District …

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22 absolutely correct pop culture predictions for 2022

This story was originally published on December 30 by The Forward. Sign up here to receive the latest stories from The Forward every morning. 2021 has been a year of fresh beginnings – not only for our newly reopened society, but also for the coronavirus pandemic, which continues to mutate …

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Nets’ Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving enter antivirus protocols

On Friday night, the Nets announced they would allow Kyrie Irving, the star goalie they kicked from the squad until he receives a Covid-19 vaccination, to join the squad on time partiel. As of Saturday afternoon, that plan was on hold: Irving, who still has not been vaccinated, entered into …

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$ 50 million donation to Juilliard targets racial disparities in music

For three decades, The Juilliard School has sought to bring more diversity to classical music by offering a weekend training program aimed largely at black and Latino schoolchildren. Now the famous conservatory is planning a major expansion of the initiative, known as the Music Advancement Program: Juilliard announced on Thursday …

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On this History Day – December 12 – Almanac

1/4 Supporters of George W. Bush and Al Gore express their views on the Florida recount at the United States Supreme Court in Washington, DC on December 11, 2000. On December 12, 2000, the Supreme Court ruled against a a manual recount in Florida, in effect, ensuring that Republican Gov. …

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Drug made from pig intestine helps escape immune response ‘trap’ causing clots

Newswise – When the body tries to fight off an infection, immune cells called neutrophils can produce toxic spider web-like protein networks to help contain the invaders. However, when not properly regulated, these web-shaped extracellular neutrophil traps, or NETs, ​​play a role in the formation of blood clots and in …

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FirstFT: Western leaders unite ahead of Biden-Putin call

Hello. This article is an on-site version of our FirstFT newsletter. Subscribe to our Asia, Europe / Africa or Americas edition to receive it directly to your inbox every morning of the week Click on here to hear the latest news in less than three minutes. Top Stories Today is …

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I paid my NYU tuition with a music business I started in high school

Sam Guyton paid his school fees with money from a music business he started in high school. Today, he is the 23-year-old owner of Vali Entertainment, a corporate entertainment company. He explained how he started a thriving high school and new business during the pandemic. Sam guyton has music and …

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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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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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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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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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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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A violinist on how to empower Asian musicians

I was not surprised by the recent violence against Asian Americans. I vividly remember being scared as a kid in Illinois in the 1980s. At that time, Japan was seen as an impending economic force invading the United States. In 1982, Vincent Chin, a Chinese-American, was beaten to death by …

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ARTS AND CULTURE: Cynthia Sayer – La Tribune

Internationally renowned banjoist CYNTHIA SAYER will lead her trio in Cynthia Sayer: Hot Banjo at the Paramount Arts Center on Saturday, July 24 at 8 p.m. Gender style: Hot Jazz, Swing and more Location: New York City How did the project get started?I have performed with many groups over 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Michelle Zauner of Philly’s Japanese Breakfast Has New Memoir Born of Sorrow and New Album Full of Joy | Health

PIHLADELPHIA – Before Michelle Zauner wrote “Crying in H Mart,” her beautiful heartbreaking memoir about grief, food and her Korean American identity, she had already created two works of art about the loss of her mother, Chongmi, cancer in 2014: the Japanese Breakfast Albums “Psychopomp” and “Soft Sounds from Another …

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