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Chichester Observer
GALLERY; Food and Folk Festival at open air museumfor registering You can access your profile and newsletter preferences here R
GALLERY; Food and Folk Festival at open air museum
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Manila Standard Today
Julie Anne’s 10th anniversary concertrights and wellbeing. Julie Anne is likewise a certified multi-hyphenated tale
Julie Anne’s 10th anniversary concert
Manila Standard Today / Posted yesterday
rights and wellbeing. Julie Anne is likewise a certified multi-hyphenated talent, having attained success in various fields. She is one of the few who gets favorable notices for both her singing and acting career, appearing recently in the... Read more
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The Courier
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and inter
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and international role as providing excellence in the fields of teaching and research. Based on initial community consultation, there was universal support for the school to... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and inter
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and international role as providing excellence in the fields of teaching and research. Based on initial community consultation, there was universal support for the school to... Read more
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The Young Witness
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and inter
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and international role as providing excellence in the fields of teaching and research. Based on initial community consultation, there was universal support for the school to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and inter
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and international role as providing excellence in the fields of teaching and research. Based on initial community consultation, there was universal support for the school to... Read more
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Western Advocate
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and inter
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and international role as providing excellence in the fields of teaching and research. Based on initial community consultation, there was universal support for the school to... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and inter
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and international role as providing excellence in the fields of teaching and research. Based on initial community consultation, there was universal support for the school to... Read more
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Manning River Times
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and inter
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and international role as providing excellence in the fields of teaching and research. Based on initial community consultation, there was universal support for the school to... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and inter
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and international role as providing excellence in the fields of teaching and research. Based on initial community consultation, there was universal support for the school to... Read more
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The North West Star
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and inter
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and international role as providing excellence in the fields of teaching and research. Based on initial community consultation, there was universal support for the school to... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and inter
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and international role as providing excellence in the fields of teaching and research. Based on initial community consultation, there was universal support for the school to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and inter
Australian National University's School of Music 'poorly managed by the university at all levels'
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
advocates for a strong academic stream, reflecting the ANU's national and international role as providing excellence in the fields of teaching and research. Based on initial community consultation, there was universal support for the school to... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Entertainment briefs: HSO ends concert seasonrenowned pianist Jorge Federico Osorio will be the featured artist for the fina
Entertainment briefs: HSO ends concert season
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 5 days ago
renowned pianist Jorge Federico Osorio will be the featured artist for the final concert of the Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra season, “From Vienna to Cologne,” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Blue Ridge Community College in Flat Rock. The symphony... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Putting back the clock in 1966 for the Michaelmas festivitiesfor registering You can access your profile and newsletter preferences here R
Putting back the clock in 1966 for the Michaelmas festivities
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Staten Island Advance
Lowbrow detox: 7 classy ways to get refined this weekend on Staten IslandWilliamson Theatre, Center for the Arts, College of Staten Island, 2800 Victory
Lowbrow detox: 7 classy ways to get refined this weekend on Staten Island
Staten Island Advance / Posted 5 days ago
Williamson Theatre, Center for the Arts, College of Staten Island, 2800 Victory Blvd. Seating is reserved. Tickets are $20 orchestra; $15 balcony. Tickets can be purchased at the door on performance days or through the Staten Island Ballet box... Read more
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Herald Sun
21 Things On In VictoriaMathisen (who came up with the original idea of a running race). Picture Jay To
21 Things On In Victoria
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Mathisen (who came up with the original idea of a running race). Picture Jay Town. FIVE FOR THE UNDER TENS 6. ESSENDON FIELDS EXPO Get up close to the aircraft, meet major employers and register for future job vacancies. Kids can have a play... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Camp Summit County 2016: A guide to summer camps for all ages, abilitiescrafts. In the evenings, campers participate in activities such as taking in th
Camp Summit County 2016: A guide to summer camps for all ages, abilities
Summit Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
crafts. In the evenings, campers participate in activities such as taking in the music of the Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra, movie nights, group games and a modified campfire. Along with BOEC staff, the program includes specialized... Read more
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Arkansas Times
2016 Arkansas Times Academic All-Star Teamscientists, doctors, all doing research, but most of them are too specialized i
2016 Arkansas Times Academic All-Star Team
Arkansas Times / Posted 6 days ago
scientists, doctors, all doing research, but most of them are too specialized in one field. They don't see the other fields," he says. "Maybe when you view the problem in a different way, the answer becomes clear." College plans: University... Read more
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Showbiz Renegade
Grammy Category RestructuredAcademy of Recording Arts and Sciences brought the categories down to 78 from 1
Grammy Category Restructured
Showbiz Renegade / Posted 7 days ago
Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences brought the categories down to 78 from 109. Disco, Folk and Polka are now defunct fields. Here’s a list of the current categories with those previously awarded noted at the end of each genre. General Field... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
From Tony to Chick to Ramsey, a jazzy summer at RaviniaAmong the most compelling events: Chick Corea with the Jazz at Lincoln Center O
From Tony to Chick to Ramsey, a jazzy summer at Ravinia
Chicago Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Among the most compelling events: Chick Corea with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (July 4); the American premiere of Wynton Marsalis' Violin Concerto (July 12); Tony Bennett's 90th birthday concert (Aug. 13); and pianists Lucas Debargue and Dan... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Make it a DateStreet - call 01934 645544. July 7: THE ELO EXPERIENCE. Thirty years on and th
Make it a Date
Weston Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
Street - call 01934 645544. July 7: THE ELO EXPERIENCE. Thirty years on and the music of Jeff Lynne and The Electric Light Orchestra is still regularly played on radio stations throughout the world. Come and hear their greatest hits reproduced live... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Make it a Dateand Lady Antebellum. July 7: THE ELO EXPERIENCE. Thirty years on and the music
Make it a Date
Weston Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
and Lady Antebellum. July 7: THE ELO EXPERIENCE. Thirty years on and the music of Jeff Lynne and The Electric Light Orchestra is still regularly played on radio stations throughout the world. Come and hear their greatest hits reproduced live... Read more
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The Age
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Manhattan Project National Historical Park tells how and why the U.S. built and used atomic bombsnumber of parks and monuments that are more about education than recreation. E
Manhattan Project National Historical Park tells how and why the U.S. built and used atomic bombs
Los Angeles Times / Posted 9 days ago
number of parks and monuments that are more about education than recreation. Every one of the agency's Civil War battlefields raises questions just as grave as those found at Hanford. Then there's the national monument at Pearl Harbor, where... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Athens area weekly calendar April 25 to May 18 p.m. Tuesday, UGA Hugh Hodgson School of Music, 250 River Road. Two hour-long
Athens area weekly calendar April 25 to May 1
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 9 days ago
8 p.m. Tuesday, UGA Hugh Hodgson School of Music, 250 River Road. Two hour-long panels in which musicians in different sub-fields talk about how they came into their careers. (706) 542-3737. music.uga.edu. Open mic night: 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, The... Read more
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Everett Herald
Faith Calendarconcert: Hope Rises, a benefit concert for the Carlton Complex fire survivors,
Faith Calendar
Everett Herald / Posted 11 days ago
concert: Hope Rises, a benefit concert for the Carlton Complex fire survivors, featuring the Mosaic Choir and Orchestra, will be held at 6 p.m. April 24 at North Creek Presbyterian Church, 621 164th St. SE, Mill Creek. More info:... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Blickling Proms announces support for The Benjamin Foundationon Friday August 12 with Classic Ibiza, when Blickling will play host to an ope
Blickling Proms announces support for The Benjamin Foundation
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 11 days ago
on Friday August 12 with Classic Ibiza, when Blickling will play host to an open-air classical dance party. The Urban Soul Orchestra (USO) together with internationally-renowned DJ, Goldierocks (aka Sam Hall) will entertain an anticipated... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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The Courier
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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WA Today
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
WA Today / Posted 11 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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The Young Witness
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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Western Advocate
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
Kiama Independent / Posted 11 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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Manning River Times
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
Manning River Times / Posted 11 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 11 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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The North West Star
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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The Border Mail
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; pl
Did an Aussie general John Monash actually win the decisive battle of the Western front, not the British who've hogged all the glory?
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
direction". He records his men "getting on famously with the French people; playing with their children, helping in the fields with the cows and pigs, and taking a brotherly interest in all the farm girls". He remarks the town of Armentieres​... Read more
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Chichester Observer
RICHARD WILLIAMSON: Bullfinches pick out the apple and cherry blossomfor registering You can access your profile and newsletter preferences here R
RICHARD WILLIAMSON: Bullfinches pick out the apple and cherry blossom
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The Chicago Maroon
Four Faculty Awarded Guggenheim Fellowshipof law and contemporary Native American law, politics, and art. He plans on usi
Four Faculty Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
The Chicago Maroon / Posted 12 days ago
of law and contemporary Native American law, politics, and art. He plans on using his fellowship to complete Open Fields: Aesthetics, Ethics and the Very Idea of Natural History, a project that explores the changing role of Native American... Read more
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The Sault Star
Audition scares up castSearch for Soo Theatre Project Raise the Roof; Sam Cash and The Romantic Dogs
Audition scares up cast
The Sault Star / Posted 12 days ago
Search for Soo Theatre Project Raise the Roof; Sam Cash and The Romantic Dogs at LopLops. $10. Sault Symphony Orchestra presents Sultans of String at Central United Church. 8 p.m.; Capital City Ringers at St. James Episcopal Church in... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Arts Around Town: Reading Choral Society marks 140th with Haydn's 'Creation'soprano, and Brian Ming Chu, baritone. Concertmaster is Nancy Bean, former assi
Arts Around Town: Reading Choral Society marks 140th with Haydn's 'Creation'
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 12 days ago
soprano, and Brian Ming Chu, baritone. Concertmaster is Nancy Bean, former assistant concertmaster with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Bier describes "The Creation" as "a very dynamic piece, over 200 years old, but accessible and entertaining.... Read more
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Billboard
Digital Services, Looking to Clean Up for Their Customers, Are Hurting Independent Labels and Artiststhey want to own and monetize it, rather than having a label do so,” says attor
Digital Services, Looking to Clean Up for Their Customers, Are Hurting Independent Labels and Artists
Billboard / Posted 12 days ago
they want to own and monetize it, rather than having a label do so,” says attorney Bill Hochberg of Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger. “Very often, the original multitrack masters were tossed out, taped over, burned, buzzsawed or... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
'Safety-sizing' North End streets, skinhead life, dog feces on Strawberry Fields, and moremusicians and sponsors! It is always great to listen to Mozart's Così fan tutte
'Safety-sizing' North End streets, skinhead life, dog feces on Strawberry Fields, and more
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 13 days ago
musicians and sponsors! It is always great to listen to Mozart's Così fan tutte. And it was a first to hear the Chamber Orchestra of the Springs. Arts and culture are alive and well in Colorado Springs. Regarding Pam Zubeck's article on... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Excerpts from recent Minnesota editorialsMia, has priceless art from across the ages available for anyone who walks in.
Excerpts from recent Minnesota editorials
Marshall Independent / Posted 15 days ago
Mia, has priceless art from across the ages available for anyone who walks in. For its 2016-17 season, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra will make its performances free to children between 6 and 17 — a brilliant move to begin building appreciation of... Read more
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The Atlantic
How America’s Coastal Cities Left the Heartland Behind“hot” cities like Dallas, Charlotte, and San Diego. Even more important, one ou
How America’s Coastal Cities Left the Heartland Behind
The Atlantic / Posted 16 days ago
“hot” cities like Dallas, Charlotte, and San Diego. Even more important, one out of every five residents worked in fields like finance, insurance, real estate, business, health, law, or medicine. Indeed, St. Louis contained enough human... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Athens area calendar April 18-24Road, Athens. The UGA Hugh Hodgson School of Music is hosting two hour-long pan
Athens area calendar April 18-24
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 16 days ago
Road, Athens. The UGA Hugh Hodgson School of Music is hosting two hour-long panels in which musicians in different sub-fields talk about how they came into their careers. (706) 542-3737, music.uga.edu Open mic night: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Live... Read more
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Miami New Times
Every Act Playing Coachella This Year, RankedNorwegian producer's caffeinated take on hip-hop and R&B is pretty damn enterta
Every Act Playing Coachella This Year, Ranked
Miami New Times / Posted 19 days ago
Norwegian producer's caffeinated take on hip-hop and R&B is pretty damn entertaining. Upcoming Events 86. Unknown Mortal Orchestra New Zealander Ruban Nielson went in kind of a disco direction on his psych-rock outfit's latest album, last year's... Read more
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