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Shure turns 90, celebrates achievements
NILES, IL — Microphone manufacturer Shure Incorporated (www.shure.com) is celebrating its 90th anniversary. The company was founded in 1925 by S.N. Shure, who initially sold radio part kits. Over the...
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Edison’s phonograph a hit in Lambton
Long before he invented the
, perfected the incandescent light bulb, or created motion pictures — indeed, long before he was celebrated worldwide as one of the greatest inventors of all time...
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Time running out on watchmaker's museum in Connec...
Watchmaker Timex says it's time to close its museum in Waterbury, Connecticut. Click through to see all the other unusual museums you can check out in Connecticut. Photo: DirectToArchive Watchmaker...
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Bonding across cultures
Sick, old, and tired, Alfred pushes most people away. But he's maintained a long-term relationship with Lillie. It helps that Lillie only pipes up when Alfred is in the mood to listen. Lillie, you...
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Other 'facts' UK politician Grant Shapps forgot t...
What's This?Grant Shapps photographed at the Conservative Party Spring Forum in Manchester on 28 Mar 2015. Image: Rex Features/Associated Press LONDON — Did the chairman of the Conservative Party...
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New again: Restoration group spearheads next mura...
Mary Nell Billings, who helps execute the murals, said this mural will be an old Big Smith Jeans and Overalls ad. On the ad, she said, a cowboy is pictured with his hand in the air atop a bucking...
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Piano lessons with a side of philosophical sparri...
Aaron Bliden as Stephen Hoffman, left, receives musical lessons from Josef Mashkan, played by Philip Hosford, in "Old Wicked Songs" at 1st Stage. (Teresa Castracane) “Old Wicked Songs” at 1st Stage...
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Vinyl Vibes: Record Store Day
It can feel trickier, nowadays, to link up place and sound, at least in our minds. For the place where we get a lot of our music is from our computer, or smartphone, meaning many people no longer...
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New book, Lanky Beat III, celebrates East Lancash...
AFTER years of dance halls and dance bands, a new phenomenon hit the music scene with the arrival of the sixties. As The Beatles, Cliff Richard and Gerry and the Pacemakers hit the top of the NME...
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Guest commentary: Louisiana Must Build Its Own Na...
I’m astonished and embarrassed at the lack of interest I’ve encountered in the preservation of Louisiana blues, an enlightened music. The blues was born here in Louisiana, before subsequently...
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Robert Redford, Jack White and T Bone Burnett Joi...
Robert Redford, Jack White and T Bone Burnett are banding together with PBS and the BBC Arena on historical music recording documentary “American Epic.” The three-part feature-length film, which will...
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Why digital culture hasn’t killed print yet
As a child, Courtney Young lost herself in the worlds she discovered among the stacks at the San Antonio Public Library. Now as the president of the American Library Association, Ms. Young has...
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The Glass Menagerie at Anthony Bean Community The...
At Anthony Bean Community Theater, a rehearsal of The Glass Menagerie starts with the second act. Gwendolyne Foxworth plays Amanda Wingfield and Coti Gayles plays her daughter Laura, who's shy and...
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‘Hello, mankind?’ – on the phone with planet Rige...
In the past few months, there have been some dire warnings about humans attempting to contact aliens. Stephen Hawking, for example, is against the whole concept. He’s very good at math, I always...
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From smokestacks to robots, manufacturing is evol...
WATERLOO REGION — When Arthur Pollock returned to Berlin, Ont., in 1906 after a stint of working in New York City, his hometown was a well-known hotbed of manufacturing. "A town of smokestacks," is...
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War Supply Board’s tent pole contract awarded to ...
... years ago — 1965 St. Marys Town Council is discussing a downtown location for a larger fire hall. From St. Pauls came news that a community supper had to be cancelled due to so many in the area...
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OK Google puts the world in your hand — generally
I have a newfound friend. She is a recently hired assistant, a brilliant colleague, a clever confidant. She follows me everywhere. She is a genie without a lamp. She comes whenever I call, “OK...
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On-air next: Death Grips, Male Gaze and Simon Joy...
Welcome back from spring break, students. We here at Radio 1190 are probably just as stoked as you to go back to school. Sadly, we need to switch back into school mode now that we only have a few...
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On April Fool's Day, 5 foolish car features that ...
The automobile as we know it today is a marvel of modern engineering. It is a machine refined and improved through decades of research. But along the way, there have been mistakes--what-the-hell...
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Hugh Hefner Fast Facts
... -- Here's look at the life of Hugh Hefner, editor-in-chief of Playboy Magazine. Personal: Birth date: April 9, 1926 Birth place: Chicago, Illinois Birth name: Hugh Marston Hefner Father:...
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