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Tips for Getting An Online Bad Credit Loans

Many bad credit borrowers today do not turn for traditional loans when they require to get money. This is because the chances of getting loans from traditional banks or credit unions are almost nonexistent. Traditional lenders have very strict credit requirements, and applicants who have poor credit scores are typically rejected on …

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ON the Beat | TRAP enters its 25th year at the Lobero in Santa Barbara

Rhythms with a cause Eddie Tuduri | Credit: Courtesy Files that are hard to believe, TRAP celebrates its 25th birthday, with a view to semi-retirement. Part of a long-standing tradition, Saturday, September 24’s All-Star Fundraiser Party at the Lobero Theater will serve as both a post-pandemic celebration and a moving …

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Make way for a weekend of art, music

By Insider Staff – September 21, 2022 | The first full weekend of fall will feature more than the beautiful colors of the turning leaves. In the capital, art will be in full bloom as beautiful handicrafts will be displayed amid exciting …

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Tribute to Freddie Mercury, a pumpkin festival and 10 other events in the Houston area

September 21 Security controle: The Spring Fire Department will be offering free child car seat safety checks at Spring Fire Station 77 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on September 21. Security checks are by appointment only. To make an appointment, call 832-824-3481 or email [email protected] The event is a …

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The Korean Cultural Center in Egypt celebrates the end of “2022 Overseas Korean Traditional Music School”

Feature: As part of the Korean Cultural Center celebrations. CAIRO – September 19, 2022: The Korean Cultural Center in Egypt held a work presentation to celebrate the end of “Overseas Korean Traditional Music School 2022″ at the Egyptian National Academy of Arts on September 15 . …

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🌱 “Dangerous” poles on bike path + rain forecast + harvest parties

Hi there. Simone here with your new weekend edition of the Healdsburg Daily! Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about what’s happening in town, including updates on… A proposal to remove security posts on our premises bike bath ggetting mad for Healdsburg events likely to attract …

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AthFest Educates Receives Arts Council Grants | Arts & Culture

The Georgia Council for the Arts awarded AthFest Educates, a local nonprofit, two grants to help fund the organization’s community arts and education programs, according to a news release. Together, the grants are worth more than $10,000. AthFest Educates is a nonprofit music and arts education organization that serves K-12 …

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“Honey, Listen to Me”: A Radical Buddhist Nun Explains How to Be Happy in a Crazy World | Buddhism

IIt’s a Tuesday evening in the small country town of Milton on the New South Wales south coast, and the smell of freshly made chai and homemade soup about to be served wafts through the drafts from the room of the Country Women’s Association as the discussion veers between death, …

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What We Know About Kanye West’s Donda Doves School Basketball Team

Kanye West’s private school, which opened in 2021, is home to Adidas-backed Donda Doves basketball team, according to an article published by rolling stone. Based in Simi Valley, Calif., Christian preparatory school Donda Academy — named after West’s late mother, Professor Donda West — says on its website that its …

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Clover Park School District August 2022 Board Review – The Suburban Times

Clover Park School District Announcement. Regular meeting of August 8 At its August 8 meeting, the Clover Park School District (CPSD) Board of Trustees heard a report from Superintendent Ron Banner. Superintendent’s report In his report, Banner introduced the new Deputy Superintendent of Secondary Schools, Dr. Gloria Henderson, and discussed …

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The coffee season should open on Sunday | New

WALTON — The Whispering Tree, a duo, will open Music on the Delaware’s 2022-23 Coffeehouse season on Sunday, Sept. 18, with an in-person performance and livestream from 6-8 p.m. According to a press release, named “one of the most talented duos to hit the stage in New York” by Deli …

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Lunchtime cabaret nights will take place at the Leyburn Pub during the Jazz Festival

Nicki Allen. New to this year’s Leyburn Jazz Festival will be midday cabarets in the concert hall of the Golden Lion Hotel in Leyburn. On Saturday, October 22, the Nicki Allan Trio will perform. Event organizers say Nicki is a talented vocalist and keyboardist, a former Yorkshire Jazz Vocalist of …

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Cardi B surprises her former Bronx college with a $100,000 donation

Cardi B made a surprise visit to her old college as part of the New York Community Capacity Building organization. On Tuesday, Cardi headed to her old stomping ground, IS 232, in the Morris Heights neighborhood of the Bronx. After delivering a motivational speech to ecstatic students and answering some …

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Don’t Put Her Down – Hazel Dickens movie by Julia Golonka

A new film by Julia Golonka about IBMA Hall of Famer Hazel Dickens takes its title from Dickens’ powerful anthem Don’t put her down, you helped put her thereand explores how she, along with her musical partner Alice Gerrard, became the first woman to lead a bluegrass band, and reflects …

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Deal brings solo country show to Mount Airy

February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popular …

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Melody Gardot in a smoky jazz duo; a hot slate at the Drake, and more

In the music world, it’s now a classic comeback story: how the jazz singer Melody Gardotthen 19, was hit by a car while riding a bicycle in her hometown of Philadelphia in 2003 and suffered serious head and spinal injuries, a fractured pelvis and neurological damage which affected his movements …

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Area high school bands were on the march during Music in Oil Country | cover page

Area high school marching bands strutted around again at the annual Music in Oil Country Marching Band Festival at Oil City High School on Saturday night. Attendees were treated to a show that Oil City High School band director Dan Cartwright promised would be “one of the best years ever” …

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Carnatic music: the unaltered cultural heritage

We grew up learning that it was revolts, marches and protests that were an integral part of India’s freedom struggle. However, much of the resistance and revolution began with the creative productions of music, dance and painting. Art has been a powerful tool of dissent and revolution. Many musicians, painters …

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These are the kids who are the stars of the Grammy-nominated Alphabet Rockers

When Kaitlin McGaw and Tommy Soulati Shepherd founded the performance collective Alphabet Toggles, the longtime friends wanted to inspire kids to make social changes. Hip hop seemed like the perfect medium. “When you watch hip hop, it’s an invitation to be exactly who you are,” McGaw said. “There’s also a …

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Maria Becerra brings old-school reggaetón back to life (and causes a car accident) in ‘Automático’ video – Rolling Stone

The track follows the release of his solo single “Ojalá” earlier this year. Automatic Perreo from Argentina’s Nena. On Thursday, María Becerra released her single “Automático” and accompanied it with a queer code, fast furious-esque music video. “’Automatico’ is really a dream song for me. I have always listened to …

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The Carl Sagan Medal, a scholarship from the National Endowment for the Humanities and a Fulbright first for Columbia Nursing

Colombia News produces a bi-weekly newsletter (subscribe here!) and a series of articles featuring a roundup of awards and milestones Columbia faculty, staff, and students have received in recent days. In this edition, you will find rewards and milestones from August 12 to September 7, 2022. Do you have an …

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St. Charles Jazz Weekend is back for an 11th year September 8-11

The 11th Annual St. Charles Jazz Weekend, September 8-11, will feature over 25 different performances taking place at 17 different venues. These performances will feature jazz soloists, big bands, etc., who will cover a variety of jazz styles. The music festival is presented by St. Charles Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram. …

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Students and staff remember their dearly departed pets

Not to be confused with the Rainbow Road from Mario Kart, the Rainbow Bridge is a more solemn goal path. Created by author Deborah Barnes in 2015, Rainbow Bridge Memorial Day is a day to honor the memory of cherished pets who have passed away, according to a Newswire statement. …

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Red Celebrates Box Office Success With New Trailer

Entertainment One Piece Film: Red is riding a wave of box office success, and the film has received a new trailer to commemorate the occasion. Published on September 5, 2022 Keenan McCall House ” New ” One Piece Film: Red Celebrates Box Office Success With New Trailer One Piece Film: …

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New Jersey Stage: Daily Edition 09-05-22

NEW | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS Here’s the morning update from the New Jersey Arts Newswire. We regularly publish between 8 and 15 new articles and reports every day. No one covers the arts in the entire Garden State quite like New Jersey Stage! If your arts organization sends …

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🌱 TX School Districts Honor Uvalde + New E ATX Clinic + Live Music

Hello and Happy Labor Day, neighbours! It’s Jessica Collins here with your holiday edition of the Austin Daily, filled with all the things you need to know about what’s happening in town. Grab your morning coffee as we dive into: Texas school districts will honor CISD of Uvalde after the …

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Class Act: Bayfield High School

Eleanor Baldi Success came unexpectedly to Eleanor Baldi. The 18-year-old rower and musician started her hobbies purely for fun, but as her confidence grew, she began to be a little less surprised by her accomplishments. She started rowing in grade 11 and although it was hard to adjust to the …

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Sunday, September 4, 2022 – La Minute Monocle

The fastest way / Tyler Brule Join the club We start this Sunday with a bit of context and a sweet request. As Monocle approaches its 16th anniversary since operations began, we now employ over 70 full-time editors and nearly as many in our publishing, retail, coffee and distribution departments. …

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Keith’s Music House announces new, expanded location for 2023

Keith’s Music House will move to new premises in Boylston next spring. (Photo/Kathryn Acciari) BOYLSTON – Keith’s Music House recently announced big news: they will be moving to a new location at 220 East Temple Street in Boylston in early spring 2023. “The new location is twice the size of …

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CCCF Grants Lewis Cass Life-Changing Student Experience | New

Ian Hook had high hopes of a summer musical education at Berklee College of Music’s prestigious Boston Conservatory. The Cass County Community Foundation had the means to realize these hopes. It all added up to a life-changing summer for Hook, a senior at Lewis Cass High School. “It changed my …

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Music festival in Lake George, high school football among top picks – The Daily Gazette

There’s no shortage of things to do in the Capital Region, whether you’re looking for live music, films, theatre, games or festivals. If you need some ideas for your weekend plans, we’ve rounded up some of the best bets around. Here’s an overview of what’s going on: Jamming in Lake …

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Go Triad: Events Calendar | Arts

Holly Godard Jones: 6 p.m. “Antipodes: Stories”. Scuppernong Books, 304 S Elm St., GB. www.scuppernongbooks.com. The Comedy Space: 7 p.m. Kevin James Thornton. 1126 S. Holden Road, GB. 336-333-1034. The Ramkat: 8 p.m. Luke Simon Payne & Friends and Drake Duffer in the Gas Hill Drinking Room. 170 W. Ninth …

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For many, the new school year is music to the ear | News, Sports, Jobs

Graham Jaehnig/Daily Mining Gazette For members of the high school marching band, the only alternative to a store in Houghton for things like instrument reeds, valves and other parts, is to order them online. HOUGHTON – Back to school means many things, including last-minute inventories on …

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10 Must-See Bay Area Concerts This Fall

Hailing from France and drawing on their Afro-Cuban heritage, the Ibeyi twin sisters create a deeply spiritual form of electronic pop that pays homage to the West African Yoruba faith in which they were raised. Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz sing in French, Spanish, Yoruba and English about magic, healing, miracles, …

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The best atmosphere on Bandcamp: August 2022

BEST ATMOSPHERE The best atmosphere on Bandcamp: August 2022 By Ted Davis August 29, 2022 You’d be hard-pressed to find a smaller ambient artist than Brian Eno who’s a household name – the genre is inherently quite niche, saturated with low-key releases from underground communities around the world. But it’s …

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Thousands of people gathered to celebrate the first “Ashfield Day”

Ashfield advisers suggested that more than 12,000 people gathered at Sutton Lawn for Ashfield Day, with a mix of live music, outdoor cinema, dog shows and rides. Councilor Jason Zadrozny, leader of Ashfield Council, hailed the council’s event as a “major success” and vowed to repeat it in 2023. Highlights …

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Bartlesville Radio » News » Special record sale and show to help vets with PTSD

Our Friday COMMUNITY CONNECTION program featured a very special guest, Ari Crane. Ari is a former US Army officer who has taken the time to examine post-tramatic stress disorder or PTSD and what treatments are available and which work better than others. During his research, Ari Crane discovered …

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Technology in Translation | MIT News

The Sony Walkman and virtual reality headsets aren’t just great examples of personal technology. In the hands of Paul Roquet, they are also vehicles for learning more about Japan, the United States, global technological trends – and ourselves. Roquet is an associate professor in MIT’s program in Comparative Media/Writing Studies, …

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New Song “Dance With Everybody”, Moon River Music Festival

Back in the not too distant past, when Drew Holcomb (and most other Nashville musicians) were kept off the road thanks to COVID-19, the folk-pop singer-songwriter sat down with another grounded musician — Ketch Secor of the Old Crow Medicine Show — to write a song. Holcomb and Secor have …

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The Fairfield Municipal Band attracts a wide range of talent

FAIRFIELD – The Fairfield Municipal Band concluded its summer season on Tuesday, August 9, a little later than expected as the band had to make up for a concert canceled in June due to weather. The band is an eclectic mix of talented musicians ranging in age from high schoolers …

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Remembering the remarkable Hilda Banks Shapiro of Great Barrington | South Berkshires

GREAT BARRINGTON — Can you imagine life in the Berkshires without the ever-effervescent Hilda Banks Shapiro? Neither do I. But she left us on August 17 and cycled in her red Converse tops to join Schubert and Brahms instead. She will also be on the lookout for FDR, Mother Teresa …

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Bravo: Meet Joe Gilman – Sacramento Magazine

Gorgeous singer Tracy Walton smiles knowingly as Joe Gilman warms up on his piano keyboard. This will be the first of many looks as Walton and Gilman make their way through vintage classics and select pop gems from The Great American Songbook. The couple are huddled against the back wall …

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Restaurant Week, Pop-ups, National Dog Day

Fun and games. Go on a Museum treasure hunt (Monday, Free, Penn Quarter), play fun and for free rooftop bingo (Wed, Free, Union Market), or do crafts at NMNH Play Date: Beguiling Birds (Tuesday, free, the National Mall). Alexandria Restaurant Week. DC’s Summer Restaurant Week May Be Over, But Alexandria …

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Offering a Unique Opportunity for Local Designers, Factory Fashion Launches a Small Batch Manufacturing Business

Skye Barker Maa, the owner of factory mode, did everything. From theater programs to sewing classes, she is expanding her repertoire by starting a small batch manufacturing business for local designers to get the resources and exposure they desire. Photo courtesy of The Hip Photo Factory Fashion continues to grow …

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THIS WEEK IN THE ARTS | K-State Week of Welcome, pie, paint and more | Area

K-State Dorm Move-In, all day. Downtown Farmer’s Market, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Third and Leavenworth Streets. Bring your pup to City Park Water Park for a chance to splash around and celebrate the end of summer. All dogs require proof of rabies vaccine and municipal license. K-State VetMed will …

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Tsurune Anime is getting a 2nd season in January 2023

Source: animenewnetwork.com Recently, Kyoto Animation had announced that the Tsurune TV anime will be getting a 2nd season titled Tsurune: Tsunagari no Issha (Tsurune: The Connecting Arrow) which will air in January. The anime’s promotional video will debut on August 26 at a stage greeting event for the anime movie …

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Crieff violinist Briona Mannion to perform ahead of move to Switzerland

A violinist who grew up in Crieff is due to play in two local shows before moving to Switzerland. Briona Mannion, 22, born in Comrie and raised in Crieff, will perform solo sets of Beethoven’s music with the brand new Caledonian Chamber Orchestra later this month. A few days later, …

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Arctos Takes Stake in Jazz, Real Salt Lake

Tonight in Unpacking: Arctos Sports Partners makes its latest team investment, securing a deal with Ryan Smith for a piece of Jazz and Real Salt Lake. SBJ’s Eric Prisbell reviews the partnership, which could include bringing another pro team to Utah. Other titles: NHL sponsors score points with fans in …

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10 Most Popular K-Pop Groups Of 2022

If you are a die-hard fan of K-pop music, you must be keen to know which bands are on this list and which ranks number one. The word K-Pop means Korean pop music and this newly introduced genre is a mix of various genres from all over the world. Of …

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Events and Registration: Foodie Offerings, Coffee Appreciation Workshop, My Community Festival

In a belated celebration of the 25th anniversary, the Michelin Plate restaurant is hosting themed experiences around whiskey and rum, as well as wines from Bordeaux, France and Burgundy, Australia. They will be accompanied by performances by local jazz singer Karen Xavier. In the Penfolds Wine Dinner (August 19, $338++), …

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The 20-year-old Quebec singer-songwriter unveils her soul on Rock Island

While most free and sprawling sites alternating currents this weekend is in downtown Davenport, two of Rock Island’s brightest musical lights will also be shining. Singer-songwriter Katherine Shewell, known as Kas (an acronym for her initials), will perform twice with pianist Andrzej Kozlowski — an outdoor concert at Arts Alley …

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Community calendar from Thursday August 18 to Wednesday August 24 – The Crested Butte News

Gunnison Center for the Arts:• Main gallery: “Life in the West” by Cheri Isgreen.• Café Galerie: “Balance” Tiny Treasures Gunnison Arts Center Fundraiser.CB Center for the Arts:• Kinder Padon Gallery: “Forces of Nature” by Lynn Rushton Leed (until 2 September). THURSDAY 18• 7:30 am Open AA meeting: Crack of Dawn …

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News and notes: Connie Carley and Stan Foote memorials; ISM youth stories; TBA celebrates its 20th anniversary; libraries turn the page; The profile bounces; concert in the park

Memorial rallies were held for Connie Carley of PassinArt: A Theater Company and Stan Foote of Oregon Children’s Theater. Memorial gatherings are coming for two important and much-loved figures in Portland theater who passed away this year: Connie Carley, Founder and CEO of PassinArt: A Theater Company; and Stan Foote, …

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Alex Kerns goes technical at the Palace Theater

Alex Kerns is young. He is multi-talented. And he is focused. “When I was a kid, I listened to music that my dad would load for me on an iPod,” Kerns recalls. “Mostly 80s. I always wondered how these songs were recorded, and I fell in love with the audio. …

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Norm Stockton: “I’ve always tried to make my music something that speaks to the heart”

Versatile bass guitar maestro Norm Stockton has worked with a wide range of artists over his decades-long career. He is equally adept at working with american idol star Clark Beckham as he is in smooth jazz-funk with Steve Laury of Fattburger. His rock talents are immense and his thirst to …

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How a jazz musician and entrepreneur spends his Sundays

Jazz bassist Matthew Garrison doesn’t like to slow down. “I always think, I do,” he said. As a performer, he’s toured with Herbie Hancock, and as a producer, he’s helping curate upcoming shows with pianist Jason Moran, drummer Jack DeJohnette and others. But most of the time, he focuses on …

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Iconic Israeli singer-songwriter Zvika Pik dies at 72

Pop singer Zvika Pik, considered one of Israel’s musical treasures, died at home on Sunday. He was 72 years old. Pik came of age as a singer in the 1970s when he played a lead role in the Hebrew version of the musical “Hair” and became a household name in …

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Things to do in Long Beach: Long Beach Jazz Festival, free school supplies and Monkeypox study session

A young girl reads a book while her mother listens to speakers in the KidSpace at the Billie Jean King Main Library in Long Beach during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 13, 2022. (Richard H. Grant | Signal Tribune) friday august 12 Asian Film Series, Screening of “Sweet Bean”: 2:30-4:30 …

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Telluride Jazz Festival Begins Friday | Culture & Leisure

The Telluride Jazz Festival this weekend promises a plethora of good times and even better tunes, as the annual musical gathering embodies everything that makes the genre so fun and diverse. Kicking off Friday at Telluride Town Park, this year’s headliners include Terence Blanchard with The E-Collective & Turtle Island …

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Judith Durham, Australian pop star who sang with the Seekers, dies at 79

Placeholder while loading article actions A classically trained singer and pianist, Judith Durham has always been more interested in jazz than folk music. But at 19, while working as a secretary at an advertising agency in Melbourne, Australia, and trying to launch a recording career on the side, she was …

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The difference between vinyl fans: then and now

Music Watch industry analyst Russ Crupnick shares his findings on what’s so different about modern vinyl music fans. by Russ Croupnick music watch The new generation of vinyl buyers is dedicated to the format and represents an opportunity for artists, retailers and device marketers. In 2021, vinyl record sales exceeded …

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Courtney Barnett to Release Here and There Festival Compilations for Reproductive Rights

Courtney Barnett to Release Here and There Festival Compilations for Reproductive Rights Photo credit: Mia Mala McDonald On August 9, Australian sensation Courtney Barnett kicked off her Here and There Festival tour at the Midland Theater in Kansas City, Mo., accompanied by Lucy Dacus and Quinn Christopherson. To complement the …

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The Budweiser Clydesdales are back at the Spa!

Week 5 in Saratoga is building up as the Budweiser Clydesdales make their highly anticipated return after more than 15 years. The legendary and beloved Clydesdales will be parked at select Saratoga gateways to greet fans from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and parade through the paddock after race three. …

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Humanity’s Biggest Problems Require a Whole New Media Mode

Our multimedia systems are at their limits. From climate change to Covid, the most pressing phenomena of our time cannot be captured by the flat media paradigm we have constructed. The “slow violence” of climate change, as Rob Nixon warns us, is artfully hard to see, taking place on such …

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Overview of the arts: the NEXTfest is back in force

Let the Beat Bop: NEXTfest, the city’s biggest, free celebration of jazz, funk and go-go culture, returns to Malcolm X Park on September 24. August 8, promoting a “star lineup” with go-go hotshots UCB, TOB Band & Showand New impress. jazz singer Cecile will also perform as well as guest …

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Never miss a Cubs game at the Brick & Ivy Rooftop in Altoona

Brandon Wagoner dreamed of owning a Chicago Cubs-themed bar and realized that dream in 2020 when he brought Brick & Ivy Rooftop to his hometown of Altoona, where he graduated from Southeast Polk High School in 2005. . “I’ve always wanted a fun place to go and enjoy dinner, shows, …

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Mo Ostin obituary | pop and rock

It’s usually the artists who are the best-known names in the music industry, but there have been a handful of executives who have become well-known, such as Clive Davis at Columbia Records and Ahmet Ertegun at Atlantic. One of the greatest was Mo Ostin, who was recognized as a champion …

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Why does post-colonial guilt only apply to Western classical traditions? Radio 3’s World of Classical reviewed

classic world Radio BBC 3 The presentation text accompanying the Radio 3 series classic world, inviting us to “join the dots between the classical musical traditions of the world”, offers an introduction to the field of comparative musicology. Such a noble undertaking – the search for commonalities in melodies, ornamentation, …

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A week of events in Cambridge and Somerville, from a nature walk to the ‘fiddle of the future’

Sunday Family Bike Ride Ice Cream Edition at 10 a.m. (but meet at 9:30 a.m.) from the Somerville Community Path Terminus just north of the VNA Senior Living facility at 259 Lowell St. Free, as it is funded by the Bicycle Belle shop and parent donations, but no longer donations …

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New musical tells the story of war hero Alan Turing | Edinburgh Festival 2022

From social pariah to object of national pity and finally to war hero status, Alan Turing’s reputation has taken an extraordinary trajectory since his death. But now its mere name is enough to wow audiences with a new musical alongside the Edinburgh Festival. In The Vault, a small room under …

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The rise and fall (and rise again) of Cameo

Coming out of the pandemic has been a challenge for Cameo, as it is for many tech companies, it’s worth noting. In May 2022, the company laid off 87 people, or about 25% of its staff. Galanis told Variety it was “painful” but necessary to “right-size” the business. In 2020, …

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HR Community News | Community

BIRTHS RRMCA son, Declan Augustus Carleton, was born July 29, 2022 to Kevin and Shelby Carleton, of Pittsford. COLLEGE NEWS Adam Luzader, of Wallingford, has been named to the 2022 Spring Dean’s List at Purchase College in Purchase, New York. AROUND THE CITY Events in Brandon BRANDON – Town Wide …

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Need a piano? Buy one from the University of Michigan School of Music inventory

ANN ARBOR, MI — Pianos owned by the University of Michigan have been played over the years by Grammy Award winners, international concert pianists and more. Interested in owning one? Well, UM’s School of Music, Drama, and Dance is putting some of its current inventory up for sale so they …

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‘Bullet Train’ review: Brad Pitt’s action flick is off the rails in the best way

With Bullet Train, it’s all in the title. A train, plus bullets. Woo woo, all aboard! And yes. If you call your movie Bullet Train, you’re setting critics on a one-way street to use every train-related pun in the book. So the headlines on this John Wick-esque Brad Pitt flick …

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Craft fair in La Marina this weekend

The La Marina de San Fulgencio urbanization will host a unique craft fair that will take place this week, with a 1920s atmosphere, aimed at a family audience: with children’s workshops, soap bubble shows, live jazz, swing dancing, craft demonstrations and, of course, quirky crafts. The event will take place …

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Watch Olivia Rodrigo Perform New Song “High School Musical”

Fans of Olivia Rodrigo and the Disney+ channel High School Musical: The Musical: The Series got a special surprise via a brief but tantalizing music video of Rodrigo singing “You Never Know” in a scene from the show, which just kicked off its third season on July 27. Rodrigo’s character, …

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Mo Ostin, longtime director of Warner Bros. Records, died at 95

Mo Ostin, the hugely influential music executive who led Warner Bros. Records for over 30 years, died aged 95. Born Morris Meyer Ostrofsky in 1927, the future music mogul spent his early childhood in New York, before he and his family moved to Los Angeles in 1941. In 1953, after …

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Newcastle Festival of Jazz and Improvised Music (23-25 ​​September and 29 September-2 October) – London Jazz News

Newcastle Jazz and Improv Festival (Jesmond 23-25 ​​Sept., then Newcastle from September 29 to October 2) Archipelago. From left to right: Christian Alderson, Faye MacCalman, John Pope. Publicity photo Peter Slavid writes: The Newcastle Festival of Jazz and Improvised Music (NFOJAIM) kicked off in 2017, and after a Covid hiatus …

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Guildhall School of Music announces fall 2022 events with triple opera program and Vaughn Williams birthday concert

The Guildhall School of Music has announced its Fall 2022 lineup, during which the school will present music and drama from September until December 2022. For this article only classical vocal/operatic performances are listed. Royal Opera House and Guildhall School composer-in-residence Oliver Leith and librettist Matt Copson adapted Gus Van …

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SPECIAL TOPCATS: making family

CHARLOTTE (QUEEN CITY NEWS) – During the month of March, Queen City News followed four prospects as they tried out for the Carolina Panthers cheerleading squad, The TopCats. The semi-finals and the first two days of the finals were held at Harding University High School in Charlotte. The Carolina Panthers …

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Today in History (July 30)

July 30, 2022 12:07 Job : July 30, 2022 12:07 Picture KOAM Today is Saturday, July 30, the 211th day of 2022. Today is in history. world news In 1619, America’s first representative assembly met at Jamestown in the colony of Virginia. In 1945, the Portland-class heavy cruiser USS Indianapolis, …

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Arvada non-profit offers an after-school music program

The founder hopes their work can complement children’s music programs, especially in schools where their programs are on hiatus due to funding issues or other issues. DENVER, Colo. — A new Arvada-based nonprofit hopes to bring music to children as schools often cut after-school music and arts programs. Founder and …

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“The only woman” in the room

“Why she and only sound?” Oscar-nominated documentarian Immy Humes writes in the introduction to THE ONLY WIFE (Phaidon, $29.95). She looks at a 1961 photo of filmmaker Shirley Clarke with her cast and crew, all 22 men. “What does his connection mean?” » Once Humes noticed this phenomenon, it was …

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Pink Martini will easily go to the Festival at Sandpoint

July 28—When China Forbes played a recent festival in central France, the Pink Martini singer’s mind raced to the band’s next date at Sandpoint. “We played in this big field in the middle of nowhere,” Forbes said. “It was rainy and muddy, but the crowds were just amazing.” The common …

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Get started on the weekends when Thundering Drums is played at Dixon – Shaw Local

Here is a list of current events and upcoming activities in the Sauk Valley. Don’t forget to check out 5 things to do for other opportunities. Do you have information about an upcoming event or attraction? Be sure to let us know. Submit information for Sauk Valley Media’s weekly schedule …

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The Soft Pink Truth announce new disco-inspired album, shares “Wanna Know” ft Jenn Wasner

The soft pink trutha.k.a Matmos‘ Drew Danielannounced a new album, Will it go further than that?, which will be released on October 21 via Thrill Jockey. “Years ago a friend was DJing at a club and a woman walked into the DJ booth and asked ‘is it going to go …

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Asian stocks up ahead of possible US rate hike | Associated press

BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets were mostly up on Tuesday as investors braced for another sharp hike in interest rates by the Federal Reserve to cool inflation. Shanghai, Hong Kong and Seoul are progressing. Tokyo fell slightly. Oil rose more than $1 a barrel. Wall Street ended up 0.1% …

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10 underrated films recommended by Christopher Nolan

Christopher Nolan earned his place in the pantheon of great directors. It combines arthouse creativity with mainstream entertainment in a way few filmmakers can. His noir-inspired films are known for their unconventional narrative structures, mind-bending plots, and large-scale special effects. Nolan’s best work is also intellectually ambitious, often grappling with …

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Grasso finds his own jazz guitar perspective

Pasquale Grasso will perform with singer Samara Joy at the Litchfield Jazz Festival in Washington, Conn. (Contribution) Italian-born guitarist Pasquale Grasso will open the 27th annual Litchfield Jazz Festival with his quartet – Ben Patterson on piano, Ari Rolland on bass and Keith Balla on drums – alongside singer Samara …

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Despite pleas from anglers, residents of North Shore, New York’s main strip of waterfront property remain closed

STATEN ISLAND, NY – A portion of a St. George’s Pier that offers stunning views of New York Harbor as well as prime real estate for anglers remains closed despite millions in investment, and l responsible municipal agency lacks answers. The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) did not …

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Morrison Hotel Gallery presents, BE MUSED, a retrospective spanning the entire career of photographer Henry Diltz

The Morrison Hotel Gallery will host the month-long exhibition Be Mused, a retrospective spanning the entire career of photographer, musician and MHG partner Henry Diltz. Diltz’s seminal photographs have captured the candid heart and soul of music history for over half a century. The ambitious exhibition will kick off with …

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Death of Hank De Zutter, co-founder of Community Media Workshop

Henry W. “Hank” De Zutter was a journalist, activist, university professor and provocateur, with a deep desire to promote racial equality and a practitioner’s ability to communicate his ideas clearly. A longtime instructor and lecturer at Malcolm X College in Chicago who, early in his career, served as an education …

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Music School Software Market Statistical Forecast, Business Analysis 2022-10to8, Music School Manager, Optimo Software, PPC Communications, SimplySignUp LLC, Studio Assistant

The latest research on “music school software Report 2022” offered by MRA provides a comprehensive survey of the geographical landscape, industry size as well as the estimation of company revenue. Moreover, the report also highlights the challenges hindering the growth of the market and expansion strategies employed by leading companies …

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The Japanese employee who left his job with nothing but a handpan

As the lights dim in the sleek common area of ​​Taipei’s Star Hostel, guests crowd around Hang Kashiwamesmerized by the soothing, resonant tone of his hand pan — an instrument that has only existed since the end of the 2000s. The 40-year-old Chiba-based musician is in Taiwan for six months, …

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The Mattatuck Museum offers activities for children and adults

WATERBURY – The Mattatuck Museum, 143 Main St., Waterbury, has announced its programs for the month of August. The museum is open 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sunday, and is open late Thursday with reduced admission from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 …

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Larry Jonathan “Jon/Johnny” O’Kain, 56

Mr. Larry Jonathan “Jon/Johnny” O’Kain, 56, of Brentwood, TN, died Thursday, July 14 at Tri-Star Skyline Medical Center in Nashville. He was born on July 25, 1965 in McMinnville to the late William Larry and Helen Kate Brown O’Kain and was baptized as a young man at Central Church of …

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Hank DeZutter, reporter who championed neighborhood news and profiled Barack Obama in 1995, dies at 80

LINCOLN PARK — Hank DeZutter combined the street smarts of a Chicago reporter, the whimsy of a jazz-loving poet, and a reformer’s distaste for things unfair or unjust. But while doing and teaching journalism in a career spanning half a century of social and political change, DeZutter is best known …

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City Life Org – Barkley L. Hendricks: Portraits at the Frick

Barkley L. Hendricks Lawdy Mama, 1969 Oil and gold leaf on canvas 53 3/4 x 36 1/4 inches. The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; gift of Stuart Liebman, in memory of Joseph B. Liebman Exhibition dedicated to an influential American artist Since opening to the public in 1935, the …

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Laura Jane Grace goes bald for an impressive new head tattoo

Against me! Singer Laura Jane Grace is currently sporting a bald head, but for very good reason. The singer has just had his head tattooed. As seen in images recently posted to her Instagram, Grace’s bald head now features a new look that includes vegetable, feather and heel ink. “Endless …

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The 2022 Mizzou International Composers Festival starts on July 25

Each summer, Present and Future Times of Music emanates from the University of Missouri. As part of the school’s secure and evolving relationship with new music, the Mizzou International Composers Festival brings together emerging resident composers to work on their music with revered guest composers, then bring their pieces to …

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Letter to the Editor: Celebrating National Jazz Workshop | Winchester Star

Listening to the outstanding performance of the Navy Commodores at the National Jazz Workshop at Shenandoah University on Monday evening provoked some thoughts about American culture, jazz and our great fortune to have this workshop for young jazz artists of all the country right here in our community. And also …

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Participants announced for the Great Fish Community Challenge

Seventy nonprofit organizations from Flathead Valley will participate in the eighth annual Great Fish Community Challenge hosted by the Whitefish Community Foundation from August 4 through September 16. The Great Fish Community Challenge is a six-week charitable giving campaign where donors can choose to give to multiple nonprofits in one …

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Kazakhstan’s largest city reinstates mandatory mask-wearing as coronavirus cases rise

Ukraine’s military says it has launched a major counter-offensive in the south of the country as it seeks to retake territory taken earlier by Russian troops, even as Kremlin forces continue to blast eastern Ukraine. Ukraine in their drive to take the crucial Donbass region. On July 12, Ukraine’s Southern …

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🌱 NYC Restaurant Week + Rikers Detainee Dies + Nuclear Blast PSA

Hello, New York. It’s almost restaurant week and it’s already time to make your reservations if that’s your kind of thing. In the News: An eighth inmate died this year at Rikers, the city wants you to prepare for a nuclear explosion, and New York’s top judge is leaving her …

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Yes, Chef: How The Bear’s Jeremy Allen White Became the Summer Star

Before White was born, his parents were stage actors trying to break into Broadway. When he arrived and they had to support a family, his father started a deposition filming business and his mother went into education. White inherited the performance gene, studying ballet, tap and jazz as a child. …

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Pay homage to Abe at Yasukuni Shrine

TOKYO – Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated on Friday July 8. Sunday I went to Yasukuni Jinja to pay my respects and see who else might be there. Yasukuni is the shrine founded by Emperor Meiji in 1869 to commemorate Japan’s war dead. Among those dedicated to …

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The story behind the classic Four Tops song

Photo: Motown Archive/EMI Hayes It seems weird today that four peaks were supposed to be Motown’s jazz vocal act. Very accomplished, with an impeccable mastery of harmony, one of their first singles was for the specialized jazz label Riverside, and they had worked with the to balance singer Billy Eckstine …

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Director of the Vienna Community Band praised for his talents and his camaraderie | news/fairfax

A long drive to and from Anne Arundel County, Maryland prompted Cornelius Young to step down as musical director of the Vienna Community Band, but he leaves with fond memories of the band and the city. Young, who has been with the band since October 2014, decided to try out …

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On July 9, Trump chooses Kavanaugh

Today is Saturday, July 9, the 190th day of 2022. There are 175 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On July 9, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was read aloud to General George Washington’s troops in New York. To this date : In 1918, 101 people …

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Fundraisers launched for brother killed and sister injured in Menomonee Falls accident

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. – Fundraisers have been launched for the slain brother and seriously injured sister after a driver hit them just as a fireworks display ended in Menomonee Falls on July 4. Falls Baptist Church shared links for GoFundMe fundraisers for Ben Reimers, 24, and Emily Grace Reimers, 25. …

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McLean Community Center Events Calendar for July 2022

The McLean Community Center (MCC) offers the following activities in July. All customers are encouraged to wear masks inside the building. Please see the center’s website, www.mcleancenter.org, for up-to-date information. Residents of the central tax district, the smaller District 1A-Dranesville, are eligible for fee reductions. The center is located at …

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Pick of the Weekend: BIPOC Artists Talk Ancestry and Time to Form + Content, While Rare Book Enthusiasts Gather in St. Paul

The arts in the Twin Cities are exploding this week with gallery exhibitions, book fairs, art events and more. You won’t want to miss the up-and-coming BIPOC artists from PF Studios who talk about their artistic explorations through time in an artist talk led by Form + Content member Chris …

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The Strad News – Silkroad and the New England Conservatory announce the 2022 Global Musician Workshop

Silkroad and the New England Conservatory (NEC) announced the continuation of their partnership to present the Global Musician Workshop (GMW) from August 8-12. Led by cellist Mike Block and co-directed by pipa player Wu Man, who received an honorary doctorate of music from the NEC last year, the program brings …

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July 7-10: Performing arts, music, shows and entertainment in and around Manchester

This week’s roundup of live entertainment in and around Manchester is brought to you by A. Robert Dionne of Ted Herbert Music School & Rentals. Email your entertainment events to [email protected] for review. Be sure to add your events to the InkLink Community Calendar for possible inclusion in the live …

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Brighton and Hove News » Love Supreme Jazz Festival 2022

Erykah Badu live at Love Supreme 2022 (photo Charlotte Horton) (click photo to enlarge) ‘VARIOUS ARTISTS’ – LOVE SUPREME – GLYNDE PLACE, GLYNDE 1 & 2.7.22 July 1 kicked off the 3 annual day Love Supreme Jazz Festivalwhich spotlights the best of jazz, soul and blues in the beautiful countryside …

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Is BTS’ Left and Right music video with Jungkook about a gay relationship? Charlie Puth Responds, Entertainment News

Fans have been eyeing a relationship between their favorite stars since time immemorial, and here’s a completely unexpected OTP (real couple) to add to that list: BTS’ Charlie Puth and Jungkook. Or, more specifically, their personalities from the new single Left and Right. The single marks their second collaboration – …

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Jay Johnston – second generation on stage

Cheboygan native Jay Johnston sat down with former Cheboygan Opera House Executive Director Kathy King Johnson to talk about his experiences. For me, the history of the Opera is inseparable from the history of Northland Players, Cheboygan’s community theater group. The Opera House was closed from the mid-1960s until 1982. …

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