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Q&A -- Boxborough farm fosters sense of community
For participants of the Flerra Meadows Community Garden in Boxborough, gardening is about more than growing vegetables or flowers. It’s a mindset about growing agricultural products, and a commitment....
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Fallen Tacoma firefighter lived life filled with ...
Albert Nejmehs life was a series of grand adventures as he zigzagged around the world and deep into the hearts of all who met him. The 59-year-old Tacoma firefighter was something of a legend to...
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Strum und Twang
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will be speaking at Peabody’s graduation ceremony Thursday, May 23, where he will receive the Peabody Medal. It’s hard to think of anyone in American music more...
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Trampled By Turtles
Yonder Mountain String Band
Stookey’s message to students: A better world thr...
Stookey’s talk was part of the union’s annual Project Acceptance, which this year is being called Project Awareness. The event is a daylong program with students working to build relationships and...
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Beacon throwing itself a big party for centennial
Beacon throwing itself a big party for centennial Parade, music for city's celebration Print this ArticleEmail this Article The Dia:Beacon modern-art museum has been a key part of the city's...
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Culinary Institute of America
Culinary Institute of America
Concert will benefit ailing Ashland music leader
Print this ArticleEmail this Article Concert will benefit ailing Ashland music leader A benefit concert has been planned for the weekend of June 20-21 for Dave Marston, a well-known Rogue Valley...
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First Methodist Church
the Oregon Shakespeare Festival
New Woody Guthrie Center now open in Tulsa
TULSA, Okla. — The new, 12,000-square-foot Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa features exhibits on Guthrie's life and includes Oklahoma's only permanent exhibit on the Dust Bowl. The Guthrie exhibit...
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Clearwater Festival big event for the summer
is shown leading a sing along on the banks of the Hudson River in Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson, New York. The 2013 Clearwater Festival will take place on Saturday and...
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Fiddle fanciers’ delight continues
Fiddle fanciers’ delight continues Photo submitted A spring season of Gardeners Green folk music events focusing on the fiddle will continue with a house concert, on Saturday, May 25, with Calvin...
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The 2013 Sweetlife Festival Awards
Honoring the best and the worst of Saturday's Sweetlife Festival at Merriweather Post Pavilion Most Glaring Statistic: Approximately 98 percent of attendees were white (margin of error: 2) Most...
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Peter Kormos: myth, legend, human being
Peter Kormos feared being forgotten. Well, fear not, Peter. Judging by the showing at Saturday’s memorial of family, friends and those whose lives were touched by the outspoken politician, it seems...
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Pleasantview Memorial Gardens and Visitation Centre
Willie Nile - American Ride
Speaking of The Boss, the piano of "If I Ever See the Light" is pure E Street Band in a triumphant anthem about punching the singer's fist through that metaphorical light. On the other end of the...
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Rod MacDonald performs tonight in Hyde Park
Songwriter Rod MacDonald performs tonight at 8 p.m. at the Hyde Park United Methodist Church, Routt 9 and Church Street in Hyde Park, A 35-year veteran of the music scene, MacDonald is known for his...
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Celebrating life, legacy of Big Bill Broonzy
Big Bill Broonzy was a star of the first order, championed by folk-music luminaries at home and revered by aficionados overseas before his death in 1958. In many ways, Big Bill Broonzy is the...
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"Thank You Mister Speaker": On Music and Social B...
There has historically been a close tie between emotions and social behaviors. Emotions can prompt people to interact with each other, often working as a communication tool to induce them to an...
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Perhaps no question more preoccupies fiscally responsible theater managers these days than how to keep their doors open — that is, how to guarantee bodies in seats and, by extension, how to ensure...
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The Newport Folk Festival
(New video) Mitsuko Uchida: Talent is nothing wit...
From my comments on the youtube channel” Oh my goodness! I used to be fond of Mitsuko playing. But her philosophy is so dated, incorrect and arrogant. These types of musicians shouldn’t speak out....
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Solas frontman Séamus Egan writes songs for his a...
In 1910, a man named Michael Conway set sail from the Irish seaport town of Cobh to seek better fortunes in the United States. Landing in Philadelphia, he made his way west to Butte, Mont., to work in...
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Program on Pete Seeger is today
is today @$ID/NormalParagraphStyle:BELLOWS FALLS � The Rockingham Free Public Library will host a tribute to folksinger
at 7 p.m. today. The program will be held...
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Rockingham Free Public Library
Tom Paxton brings wit, humor and song Saturday to...
Folk singer Tom Paxton just recently returned from England, which he has visited every year but one since 1965 to perform for his fans. “I have a very loyal following there. They come out to see me...
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