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2015/07/31 21:25
2015/07/31 21:25
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The non-profit organization New Neighborhoods, Inc. (NNI) has launched a new signature summertime fundraiser, NNI Jazz on the Rocks, taking place on Wednesday, August 5th, from 6-9 pm overlooking the...
2015/07/31 21:25
2015/07/31 21:25
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2015/07/31 10:39
2015/07/31 10:39
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The anthem ‘Blue Moon’ originates from the great American song-writing partnership of composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist Lorenz Hart. Over 60 different artists have recorded their own versions of...
2015/07/30 21:21
2015/07/30 21:21
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RIDGEFIELD PARK - A free concert featuring The Duprees music group has been rescheduled for Aug. 13 after being postponed Thursday night because of excessive heat and a forecast of scattered...
2015/07/30 20:46
2015/07/30 20:46
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Penn's Peak has announced that Jefferson Starship, along with Jazz Is Dead and Quicksilver will be "Celebrating 50 Years of Jefferson Airplane" at 8 p.m. Nov. 7. Jefferson Starship, created by Rock...
2015/07/30 02:24
2015/07/30 02:24
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Amy Winehouse, the soulful British singer/songwriter whom Tony Bennett once called the best jazz vocalist of her generation, had it all: a big, heart-rending voice, fame and success, none of which...
2015/07/28 05:15
2015/07/28 05:15
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On the national level, the spectacle of candidates vying for their party's presidential nomination resembles a clown car with each day introducing a new and even more farcical face to the race than...
2015/07/26 15:59
2015/07/26 15:59
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On April 18, 2012, the longtime diabetic lost consciousness while driving along a rural north Georgia road. His car went airborne, flipping a half-dozen times before landing in a ditch. Emergency...
2015/07/25 22:20
2015/07/25 22:20
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Early Friday morning it looked as if Prime Minister Stephen Harper would announce his desire to abolish the Senate when he met that afternoon with Premier Brad Wall at the Saskatchewan...
2015/07/25 21:12
2015/07/25 21:12
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I asked a prominent state lawmaker the other day when he thought the state budget stalemate might end. “August,” he replied, before Illinois becomes even more of a national laughingstock than it is...
2015/07/24 06:11
2015/07/24 06:11
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Florida Supremes Take Command in Redistricting The Florida Supreme Court has the final say in all things concerning the Florida Constitution. They determine, among other things, if actions taken by...
2015/07/23 16:13
2015/07/23 16:13
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Tony Orlando's mother gave him some crucial advice early in his singing career: "Find a backup career," she told him. "This is not something you can count on forever." The advice seems amusing,...
2015/07/23 05:44
2015/07/23 05:44
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SCOTUS and the Gospel Most of us know by now. SCOTUS has struck again. This time The Supremes are letting gay folks get married in every state. Of course, religious folks in Arkansas are upset, but...
2015/07/23 00:45
2015/07/23 00:45
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Berry Gordy was a musical genius. And just moments into “Motown the Musical,” the story of how Gordy built his famed Motown Records, the audience is taken on a ride back in time to the Motor City,...
2015/07/23 00:13
2015/07/23 00:13
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There was so much noise the other day about Rod Blagojevich getting slapped down by the federal appellate court that I wanted some quiet and some answers. Will he appeal to The Supremes? Will the...
2015/07/22 17:40
2015/07/22 17:40
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The story of Motown is a complex one. The legendary label, founded in 1959 by Berry Gordy Jr., paved the way for black artists on the pop charts and nurtured talent whose music often reflected the...
2015/07/21 08:02
2015/07/21 08:02
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So, has anything been happening lately? Well, the Supreme Court got a big one right. Marriage equality is now the law of the land, which is a very good thing. There will be pockets of resistance for...
2015/07/20 02:46
2015/07/20 02:46
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Dr. K’s Motown Revue was the headliner tonight at the Westport Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts, taking the audience on a musical tour of groups ranging from The Supremes to Martha and the...
2015/07/19 02:40
2015/07/19 02:40
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Sholten Singer/The Herald-Dispatch Mary Wilson of The Supremes performs with the Huntington Symphony Orchestra during Picnic with the Pops on Saturday, July 18, 2015, at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena...
2015/07/19 00:27
2015/07/19 00:27
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By Rodolfo F. Acuña Elites of whatever race, nationality or historical generation have opposed education as a right. During the 19th century New Mexican hacendados justified their opposition to...
2015/07/15 00:39
2015/07/15 00:39
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When I was in school some four decades ago, I was taught that our American system of government was unique and exceptional in that it separated power among three distinct branches: one representing...
2015/07/31 21:25
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