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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Hugh Hefner Fast Factsissue: "We like our apartment. We enjoy mixing up cocktails and an hors d'oeuvr
Hugh Hefner Fast Facts
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted yesterday
issue: "We like our apartment. We enjoy mixing up cocktails and an hors d'oeuvre or two, putting a little mood music on the phonograph and inviting in a female acquaintance for a quiet discussion on Picasso, Nietzsche, jazz, sex..." Is a big... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Love and the phonograph in 1965 - Chichester Observer with your email account {* traditionalSignIn_emailAddre
Love and the phonograph in 1965
Chichester Observer / Posted 3 days ago
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examiner.com
'Why They Hate Us': Two thumbs up for the Sayid Qutb segmentclothing—it brings a whole new perspective to what was written in "Milestones."
'Why They Hate Us': Two thumbs up for the Sayid Qutb segment
examiner.com / Posted 3 days ago
clothing—it brings a whole new perspective to what was written in "Milestones." A jahili society plays jazz music on a phonograph while women in dainty teacup dresses dance with men in suits. Zakaria quoted Qutb’s disgust with the dancing... Read more
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CNET
'Crowd Control,' part 10: The road to death goes through Delhiprint on the spine was barely legible in faded gold lettering that had been par
'Crowd Control,' part 10: The road to death goes through Delhi
CNET / Posted 9 days ago
print on the spine was barely legible in faded gold lettering that had been partially rubbed off, but it seemed to read "Phonograph Repair and Tuning Manual." Rebecca pulled the book off the dusty shelf and flipped through diagrams of ancient... Read more
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Sun Star
Values, heirlooms in Aboitiz Housewheel of the first Aboitiz ship to sail after the war, an old grandfather’s clo
Values, heirlooms in Aboitiz House
Sun Star / Posted 11 days ago
wheel of the first Aboitiz ship to sail after the war, an old grandfather’s clock, a 50-year-old television set and a phonograph are among the family treasures that the Aboitizes showed the media for the first time yesterday. The original... Read more
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Storm Lake Pilot-Tribune
Mother's Day Victorian TeaMother's Day. The indoor event allowed participants to explore a home dedicated
Mother's Day Victorian Tea
Storm Lake Pilot-Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
Mother's Day. The indoor event allowed participants to explore a home dedicated to sustain the history of Spencer. With a phonograph playing an old vinyl album, the ladies and their young guests learned all about the tradition and etiquette... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
50 great things to do in America(0115 9610590; completenorthamerica.com) 14-night Great Lakes Experience fly-dr
50 great things to do in America
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
(0115 9610590; completenorthamerica.com) 14-night Great Lakes Experience fly-drive holiday. From £2,399. The light bulb, phonograph, dictaphone, telephone and ticker tape machine: Thomas Edison may not have invented them, but he perfected the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Your Town, May 15, 2016can watch the digital slide show and browse the displays while listening to per
Your Town, May 15, 2016
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
can watch the digital slide show and browse the displays while listening to period music played on an Edison cylinder phonograph. Kids will receive free Fruita History Coloring & Activity Books. The public is encouraged to bring in historic... Read more
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examiner.com
Owner of Mystical Arts Recording Jim Furia talks to ExaminerFuria: When I was about 4 years old, my older brothers and sisters used to play
Owner of Mystical Arts Recording Jim Furia talks to Examiner
examiner.com / Posted 16 days ago
Furia: When I was about 4 years old, my older brothers and sisters used to play The Beatles records on a close and play phonograph in my crib and not my house, literally my crib! (laughs). AC: Who were some of your musical influences growing... Read more
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Deseret News
American Bible Society marks 200th birthdaymore accessible. Decades before the time of audio Bibles, the ABS introduced t
American Bible Society marks 200th birthday
Deseret News / Posted 16 days ago
more accessible. Decades before the time of audio Bibles, the ABS introduced the “finger-fono,” a miniature hand-held phonograph that played the Bible in languages such as English, Spanish and Navajo. Launched in 1957, one plastic machine sold... Read more
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The Atlantic
Why Facebook Scares the Mediatickets purchased per American fell from about 25 to four. Radio wasn’t just a
Why Facebook Scares the Media
The Atlantic / Posted 18 days ago
tickets purchased per American fell from about 25 to four. Radio wasn’t just a local newspaper; it was also a national phonograph. Television wasn’t just radio with pictures; it was also living-room movies. It was difficult to see these... Read more
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Spencer Daily Reporter
Parker hosts Mother's Day Victorian teaMother's Day. The indoor event allowed participants to explore a home dedicated
Parker hosts Mother's Day Victorian tea
Spencer Daily Reporter / Posted 19 days ago
Mother's Day. The indoor event allowed participants to explore a home dedicated to sustain the history of Spencer. With a phonograph playing an old vinyl album, the ladies and their young guests learned all about the tradition and etiquette... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Centennial Village opens for season, brings living history to Greeleysome of the things in the village, and he thinks a lot of kids don’t know about
Centennial Village opens for season, brings living history to Greeley
Greeley Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
some of the things in the village, and he thinks a lot of kids don’t know about the items, like butter churners or even old phonograph record players. It’s especially cool to show kids how people used to get food, which the museum does by keep... Read more
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The Forward
The Forgotten Gizmo That Brought Us Closer to the Holy Landare unlimited.” (Sound familiar?) Moore’s enthusiasm for the stereopticon, a d
The Forgotten Gizmo That Brought Us Closer to the Holy Land
The Forward / Posted 21 days ago
are unlimited.” (Sound familiar?) Moore’s enthusiasm for the stereopticon, a device said to do for the eyes what the phonograph had done for the ears, was widely shared. An adumbration, on a rather small and modest scale, of the motion... Read more
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CNET
Surround-sound music format flopsbuyers readily accept surround sound, but consistently reject multichannel musi
Surround-sound music format flops
CNET / Posted 22 days ago
buyers readily accept surround sound, but consistently reject multichannel music formats? From Thomas Edison's very first phonograph in 1877 through the late 1950s, monophonic sound was the only way people heard music at home. Stereo arrived in... Read more
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Al.com
Headbangers ball: Whitney Jordan infuses Auburn softball with heavy metaltone and snarl of Disturbed lead singer David Draiman. Don't count Auburn coac
Headbangers ball: Whitney Jordan infuses Auburn softball with heavy metal
Al.com / Posted 23 days ago
tone and snarl of Disturbed lead singer David Draiman. Don't count Auburn coach Clint Myers, who admits to still owning a phonograph, as a fan of Jordan's musical tastes. The old school Myers prefers doo-wop and plays music from the 1950s once a... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Dorothy Day's writings stir deep optimism 100 years laterwhose "cheerless" existence she too experienced, she advised squandering $1 of
Dorothy Day's writings stir deep optimism 100 years later
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 23 days ago
whose "cheerless" existence she too experienced, she advised squandering $1 of one's weekly wage for a down payment on a phonograph, then savoring the company the music provides. It has been too long since I read Day's writings. They invariably... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
The Disco Music Era Of The '70smusic: R&B, funk, soul, pop, and salsa. The word disco is short for the French
The Disco Music Era Of The '70s
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 25 days ago
music: R&B, funk, soul, pop, and salsa. The word disco is short for the French word “discothequé” which means “library of phonograph records” but was synonymous for nightclubs in Paris that played records rather than live music. In the early 70’s,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Making The Late Late Show: What Tub's tie tells usto a lot of Beatles to channel his voice,” he says later. “I’m musically very
Making The Late Late Show: What Tub's tie tells us
The Irish Times / Posted 29 days ago
to a lot of Beatles to channel his voice,” he says later. “I’m musically very predictable,” says Tubridy. He mimics a phonograph playing jazzy music from the 1920s. Tubridy takes any opportunity to talk about music, TV, books and films. He... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
From Beatles to Beyonce: TV series traces recorded historysuite. Though this was to be a story of music recording, it's a not a chronolo
From Beatles to Beyonce: TV series traces recorded history
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 29 days ago
suite. Though this was to be a story of music recording, it's a not a chronological history beginning with Thomas Edison's phonograph and ending with Kanye's favourite apps. "There were cuts and versions of the show where it was: 'Let's talk about... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
CDs vs. vinyl: Debate rages over superior soundis amazing how many ways we have recorded and replayed music. Although Thomas E
CDs vs. vinyl: Debate rages over superior sound
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 29 days ago
is amazing how many ways we have recorded and replayed music. Although Thomas Edison is credited with inventing the phonograph in 1877, it was a Frenchman named Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville who patented the first recording device some... Read more
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The Columbian
Francis Ford Coppola the eternal film studentare. I do feel it’s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That
Francis Ford Coppola the eternal film student
The Columbian / Posted 30 days ago
are. I do feel it’s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That basically since the invention of the phonograph and the cinema that all our art forms are canned. By live cinema, I don’t mean like in the form of a television... Read more
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The Irish Times
Backstage: how the Late Late Show is madeto a lot of Beatles to channel his voice,” he says later. “I’m musically very
Backstage: how the Late Late Show is made
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
to a lot of Beatles to channel his voice,” he says later. “I’m musically very predictable,” says Tubridy. He mimics a phonograph playing jazzy music from the 1920s. Tubridy takes any opportunity to talk about music, TV, books and films. He... Read more
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Japan Today
Coppola, eternal film student, on his robust life in cinema ‹ Japan Todayare. I do feel it’s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That
Coppola, eternal film student, on his robust life in cinema ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 30 days ago
are. I do feel it’s a pity that the concept of performance has been lost. That basically since the invention of the phonograph and the cinema that all our art forms are canned. By live cinema, I don’t mean like in the form of a television... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
National tour of revelatory 'Cabaret' revival heats up the Hippodromeorchestrations are spot-on). One recorded voice makes a chilling appearance —
National tour of revelatory 'Cabaret' revival heats up the Hippodrome
Baltimore Sun / Posted 30 days ago
orchestrations are spot-on). One recorded voice makes a chilling appearance — a boy soprano (Alex Bowen), heard on a phonograph warbling the innocent-sounding "Tomorrow Belongs to Me," later revealed to be a menacing anthem. Superbly... Read more

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