David’s Bridal presents the exclusive Galina Signature fragrance collection

The leading bridal and special occasion retailer is launching a new line of fragrances for the perfect finishing touch to any look ahead of the holiday gifting season. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., November 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — David’s Bridal, the nation’s leading authority on weddings and special occasions, has added a romantic …

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New podcast “Pale Blue Pod” explores space in an accessible way

Display art for “Pale Blue Pod” Shae McMullin Pale blue pod, a new podcast from Multitude, explores astronomy with a relatable and playful approach. The show is co-hosted by astrophysicist Dr. Moiya McTier and comedian Corinne Caputo, who bring their warmth and curiosity to each episode as they strive to …

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The Substation hosts a free 10-hour extravaganza of music and art

Lyrics of Kaya Martin Open / Station is an all-day explosion of creativity, taking place on November 26 to close the Festival du Quartier. Those interested in the invigorating world of contemporary and experimental art won’t want to miss this one. The Substation opens November 26 for Open/Station, an exhilarating …

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Pregame Blog: Steelers vs. Bengals

Tribute to service: The Steelers will honor active duty members and veterans during the Steelers Salute to Service game. The Salute to Service Game, an annual NFL initiative, honors our nation’s military, veterans and their families. The Terrible Towel Twirl will be helmed by Steelers legend and Vietnam veteran Rocky …

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Talking the Talk in the ‘Middletown Township Talks’ Podcast – theportonline

What are they talking about in Middletown Township? The ADA-accessible playground at Cobalt Ridge Park, home improvement projects, climate change, or the city policewoman? In fact, all of these topics — and more on the township’s own podcast, “Middletown Township Talks.” He recently celebrated his first birthday and is doing …

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City of Asheville offices close for Thanksgiving holiday

Asheville City Government offices will be closed Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25 for Thanksgiving Day. Here is an overview of the public holiday schedules for municipal services. ART bus service ART bus service will be suspended on November 24, Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving is one of two holidays that …

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Oldham Community Radio launches Christmas audio greetings

A borough radio station is encouraging Christmas shoppers to “do something a little different this year” by sending loved ones a personalized audio greeting, saving money and the planet. Oldham Community Radio, located within Tommyfield Indoor Market, has launched a new initiative to enable Oldham residents to send personalized messages …

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Ducks Dish podcast: Oregon football drops Heartbreaker to Washington Huskies in 37-34 loss

The Oregon ducks seemed to have everything planned for them to secure a potential playoff berth if they won. But the washington huskies had different plans when they entered Autzen Stadium and ended the Ducks’ home winning streak with their undefeated conference record. In the latest episode of the Ducks …

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School of Music continues to celebrate 150 years with concert highlighting BU composers – The Daily Free Press

The Boston University Symphony Orchestra receives applause during their September 30 performance. The BU School of Music held a concert on Saturday featuring past and present BU composers. SHANNON RUSNAK/DFP STAFF To honor its 150th anniversary, the Boston University School of Music hosted a concert on Saturday highlighting the work …

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Penn State overwhelms Maryland and builds late-season momentum

Penn State didn’t leave much doubt about the result against Maryland on Saturday, taking a 27-0 halftime lead and staying in control throughout a 30-0 win. Fresh from the Beaver Stadium press box, we’re back to break down a Big Ten game that took the No. 14 Nittany …

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WA Media Awards | About the ABC

Congratulations to all ABC finalists and WA Media Awards winners. ABC reporters and crews were recognized for photography, news and audio reporting, science and environmental reporting, regional and community reporting, and cultural and arts reporting. Erin Parke, who is based in Broome with the ABC’s national regional reporting team, picked …

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Gal Costa, central figure of the Brazilian song movement Tropicália, dies at 77

Gal Costa, one of Brazil’s most revered singers and a central figure in the Tropicália counterculture art movement that emerged during the repressive military dictatorship from 1964 to 1985, died Nov. 9 in São Paulo. She was 77 years old. His publicist announced the death but gave no cause. Until …

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His daughter is recorded during a live podcast

Debbie Collier’s daughter thinks her mother committed suicide Debbie Collier’s daughter was on a podcast Wednesday night. She says the disturbing death of Athens office manager Debbie Collier may have been a suicide. ATHENS, Ga. – The daughter of Athens office manager Debbie Collier, whose disturbing death in Habersham County …

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Tickets for Takeoff funeral sold out as Georgia residents get free admission

Rapper Takeoff’s funeral will take place this Friday, but unfortunately tickets are already sold out. Tickets for the sad event went on sale Nov. 8 and were free to residents who live in Georgia because Takeoff is from Lawrenceville. Fans were able to get a maximum of two tickets each …

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NC State defeats Wake Forest, 30-21

Behind dominating performances from all facets of the game on offense, defense and special teams, NC State cruised to a 30-21 win over Wake Forest. Cory Smith and Michael Clark give their immediate thoughts after the win and what led to the Pack defeating the Deacs. How …

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Måneskin will appear at Eurovision 2023 if it is ‘free’

Maneskin said they hoped to participate Eurovision 2023 if they are “free”. READ MORE: Måneskin: “It’s stupid that there is so much censorship on people’s bodies” The Italian group won the competition two years ago and back to this year’s event to give their single “Supermodel” its live debut. Speaking …

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Opération Enfant de Noël is getting ready for shoebox collection week | Church

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After Pittsfield residents voice support for library, city council seeks budget boost

The Pittsfield Public Library at 110 Library St., pictured Thursday. Rich Abrahamson / Morning Watch PITTSFIELD — Resident opposition to a City Council proposal to cut staff and hours at the Pittsfield Public Library has led councilors to backtrack and consider increasing the library’s budget. Pittsfield differs from most communities …

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Top podcasts of the week: Solving the unexplained death of journalist Christopher Allen | Podcasts

Selections of the week Pop Culture With Chanté JosephWeekly episodes, widely availableChanté Joseph is here to give you an essential weekly pop culture fix with the latest Guardian podcast. Each episode, Joseph will dive deep into a topic of discussion with his guests – starting with the career of R&B …

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WHERE TO GET ROYALTY FREE MUSIC THE ULTIMATE LIST OF SOURCES

WHERE TO GET ROYALTY FREE MUSIC: THE ULTIMATE LIST OF SOURCES Music is life. It’s a popular metaphor, but it perfectly describes the importance of audio. We listen to cool vibes at parties, appreciate calm tones for better sleep, find music https://Fbbcrew.com/forum/profile/aleidamack5594/ in videos, listen to it in the background …

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Dorchester Co. and Community Center Partner for Christmas Toy Drive

DORCHESTER COUNTY, SC (WCSC) – Dorchester County officials are teaming up to bring Christmas toys to children across the region. From November 1 to December 17, the Community Resource Center and the Dorchester County Government will be teaming up for the first-ever Do More Christmas Toy Drive. More than 200 …

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Buckeyes win slugfest at Penn State

Ohio State led 21-16 with just over 9 minutes left in the fourth quarter at Penn State on Saturday. Then the No. 2 Buckeyes (8-0, 5-0 Big Ten) exploded for four touchdowns over the next six minutes and emerged with a 44-31 victory over the No. 13 Nittany Lions …

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Boost your party spirit by adding these songs to your playlist

Shortly after Diwali, some devotees start preparing for the Chhath Puja. It is also called Surya Shashti, Chhath, Mahaparv, Chhath Parv, Dala Puja, Pratihar and Dala Chhath. This year, the festival falls on Monday, October 31. Renowned singers like Anuradha Paudwal, Shardha Sinha, Dinesh Lal Yadava and Sonu Nigam have …

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Mayor’s Office – News – Articles – October 2022 – THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS SIGNS NEW REMEDIATION CONTRACTS WITH IV WASTE AND WASTE PRO

October 27, 2022 | From the city of New Orleans THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS SIGNS NEW REMEDIATION CONTRACTS WITH IV WASTE AND WASTE PRO NEW ORLEANS – Mayor LaToya Cantrell today joined Sanitation Director Matt Torri, Orleans Parish Communications District Executive Director Tyrell Morris, District D Council Member Eugene …

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Postcard: Childcare Awareness Fair launches search for solutions to childcare shortage in Sitka

The goal of the Sitka Health Summit is to turn priorities into action. Saturday’s Child Care Awareness Fair was a first step in developing a solution to Sitka’s critical child care shortage. (Sitka/Osborne Health Summit) Like many other communities in the state, Sitka suffers from a shortage of child care …

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Always Aggressive Podcast: Season 4, Episode 5

History links Always Aggressive Podcast Subscribe now WEST LAFAYETTE, India. – The Purdue Wrestling crew is here with another Always Aggressive podcast as we sit on the cusp of the Wrestle-Offs and subsequently the start of the competitive season …

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The University of Western Sydney showcases world-class research, progress and impact

The University of Western Sydney will showcase its world-class research, progress and impact as part of Research Week from October 31 to November 4. This year’s initiative will highlight the University’s innovative research and collaborations with government, industry and community, exploring the future-oriented theme, “Unleashing Possibilities”. Highlights will include the …

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Items | O-Zone Podcast: Christian Kirk

“There are a lot of similarities there. He was able to develop quickly. Then when we walk onto the pitch and talk football, that line of communication makes it a lot easier.” Kirk, originally a second-round selection of the Arizona Cardinals in the 2018 NFL Draft, has 25 receptions for …

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Commentary on Daniel H. Weiss, “Why the Museum Matters”

Environmental activists who thrown tomato soup at Vincent van Gogh Sunflowers at the National Gallery in London last week did so without damaging the painting, which is behind glass. The act was not so much vandalism as a rhetorical gesture – accompanied, of course, by rhetorical questions, directed at a …

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Introducing new features to Facebook groups

Building community is central to Facebook’s mission to bring the world together, and while community has made its way into every corner of the app, groups continue to be the central place people go to do more. together. In fact, most people on Facebook are members of at least 15 …

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UCLA insider Dave Woods presents the Top 10 Showdown between Oregon and UCLA

To prepare you for this weekend’s massive football game between No. 10 Oregon and No. 9 UCLA from Autzen Stadium, the Autzen Audibles Podcast features UCLA show insider Dave Woods. Woods joins Matt Prehm and Erik Skopil to talk key game storylines, positional battles and insight into the …

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Free Bridge Quintet finally salutes the centenary of Charlie Parker

Audiences can enjoy a postponed centennial tribute when the Free Bridge Quintet performs “Bird Song: The Music of Charlie Parker” at 8 p.m. Saturday at Cabell Hall Auditorium. The University of Virginia Jazz Quintet originally planned the program for spring 2020 to honor the 100th anniversary of the legendary alto …

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KU apologizes after finding indigenous ancestors in museum collection

LAWRENCE, Kan. (WIBW) – The University of Kansas has issued an apology to the Native community and reinvigorated repatriation efforts after Native American ancestors were found in its museum collections. The University of Kansas claims that it has become an institution with an outstanding record of research and innovation. Unfortunately, …

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New Features Coming to the NASCAR Discord Channel

NASCAR New features and controls have arrived on the NASCAR Discord channel as NASCAR and Discord have teamed up to bring a more exclusive racing experience to the community. Real-time race highlights will be linked to in-race alerts provided by the new NASCAR-verified bot with clips including stage finishes, lead …

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Gojek SG pushes content forward with spooky Halloween podcast

To celebrate Halloween this year, ride-sharing company Gojek Singapore asked its driver-partners to share their spookiest experiences. Gojek selected the 12 weirdest stories and created a series of spooky podcasts, Scary Stories of the Gojek Pilots, which is available on Spotify. The first six stories are already live for …

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Get an overview of the Blue Ridge Parkway, wherever you live

Two new webcams will give viewers the ability to peek at Blue Ridge Parkway’s fall foliage or check the weather without leaving home. The new cameras are located at the Blue Ridge Music Center at Mile 213 on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Cameras show views of the outdoor amphitheater, surrounding …

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Efforts continue to save aging oceanfront facilities in Oceanside

It’s time for Oceanside to replace its beloved beachfront bandshell and amphitheater, according to an architectural consultancy hired by the city. Home to some of the community’s most beloved cultural, sporting and theatrical events, the seaside scene has hosted Oceanside High School’s graduation ceremonies since the 1960s. But the years …

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Quick Charge Podcast: October 15, 2022

Listen to a recap of the best stories from Electrek’s day. Quick Charge is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are taped Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in …

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BTS Returns to Stage for “Yet to Come” Concert in Busan – Billboard

BTS returned to the live stage on Saturday (October 14) in a bid to support South Korea’s bid to host the 2030 World Expo. The K-pop superstar group – Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook – teamed up with Weverse to livestream the festival-style show at Busan Asiad …

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Northampton resident ordered to pay £730 to store rubbish on the street

Community, safety and emergencies October 14, 2022 Brook Street resident Semilong was fined £130 and fined £600 after dumping his household waste in the street days before collection. During routine patrols on Monday May 23, 2022, West Northamptonshire Council (WNC) Neighborhood Wardens discovered a pile of rubbish bags on the …

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San Diego’s thriving arts community

Centro Cultural de la Raza, exterior (photo by Hyperallergic/Jordan Karney Chaim) San Diego County is vast and diverse, stretching from the Orange and Riverside county line in the north, to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in the east, to the Pacific Ocean in the west and on a border of sixty …

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Oregon defense review and mid-season MVP projection

How do we view Oregon’s defensive position group play this season? Who was Oregon’s MVP, star freshman and top defense defenseman in its first six games of the year? In this latest edition of the Autzen Audibles Podcast, Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil and Jared Mack discuss all of …

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Top 10 Music Download Sites for Free Music Download

At present, online music streaming platforms are used more than free music download. But downloading free music can help you get high quality music and those are more accessible. There are various sites that offer hassle-free free download songs. If you download tracks, you will know that it is much …

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£50m to tackle health inequalities through research

50 million granted to 13 local authorities across the UK – from Aberdeen to Plymouth – to tackle inequalities and improve public health As part of the government’s commitment to drive growth, improve the nation’s health, and empower people to live longer, healthier lives, regardless of background or where they …

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World Mental Health Day October 10: PGI to mentor eight states for T-MANAS initiative

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the mental and emotional health of people of all ages and from all walks of life. To address this pressing need of the hour, the Center announced T-MANAS (Tele-Mental Health Assistance and Nationally Actionable Plan through States) to provide mental health …

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Guardians advance to ALDS with unforgettable finish against Rays: Podcast

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga recap the Guardians’ 1-0 win over the Rays in Game 2 of the American League Wildcard Series and set the stage for an AL Division Series showdown with the Yankees. Got a question you want answered on the podcast? Subscribe to the …

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Liverpool to host Eurovision Song Contest 2023 for Ukraine – Winnipeg Free Press

LONDON (AP) — The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will take place in the English city of Liverpool, the BBC announced on Friday, after Britain was asked to stage the event on behalf of the designated host country, the Ukraine. The birthplace of the Beatles beat Glasgow, Scotland, the other British …

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AWS Customers Use the Cloud to Make Mental Health and Wellness Resources More Accessible

The COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying lockdowns have led to social isolation for people around the world. Additionally, the ripple effects of the pandemic have resulted in job loss, grief for loved ones lost to illness, loneliness and a host of other stressors that have affected people’s mental health. . Amazon …

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Burges Salmon is a guest on the XpertHR Employment Law Podcasts

Click here to listen Burges Salmon’s employment law team is a regular guest on XpertHR’s podcast series, offering expert insight into current employment issues and providing practical advice to HR teams. XpertHR is a well-known online HR resource and its podcasts cover a range of employment law tips and HR …

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‘Women in Music Tech’ Summit to Offer Free Masterclasses, Workshops and Networking Events – EDM.com

“An independent artist’s journey can often be a lonely one,” Music Production for Women (MPW) claims on its website, “in which it’s difficult to know exactly how to move forward to give her music the best chance of success.” That’s why the UK organization is hosting a two-day summit, “Women …

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Museums can use disposal funds for collections maintenance, says AAMD

Museums will be able to apply funds from the sale of donated artworks to the “direct care” of their collections, according to a new policy change announced today by the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) . Previously, the AAMD limited the use of these funds to the acquisition of …

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Quick Charge Podcast: September 29, 2022

Listen to a recap of the best stories from Electrek’s day. Quick Charge is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are taped Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in …

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Here are the 10 best things to do around Philadelphia this week

This week, give back to your local community, along with plenty of outdoor festivities taking advantage of the beautiful fall weather. You can always find our calendar on inquirer.com/calendar. (Movies / Community) Grab the popcorn and a blanket and get ready for movie night. The Mount Airy CDC is hosting …

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Dumbarton celebrates 150 years of footballing heritage with a special anniversary exhibition

Posted on September 28, 2022 A new exhibition celebrating the 150th anniversary of Dumbarton Football Club will explore the town’s rich footballing heritage. Showcasing a unique collection of memorabilia, images and anecdotes from everyone from fans to Hall of Famers, the exhibition will be on view at …

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States provide limited information about police misconduct to the public

Standards and training for Utah peace officers are part of the state’s Department of Public Safety. A new law requires Utah Police Departments to work with the agency when conducting external investigations. (Photo by Donovan England/News21) SALT LAKE CITY – Providing public information about police misconduct records can be a …

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Great Minds Think Data podcast releases new episode with Democratic Party veteran and national security thought leader John Rendon, who shares revelations about Russia, Ukraine and 2024

In a new episode of the “Great Minds Think Data” podcast, Rendon today equates Europeafter Russia invasion of Ukrainewith the continent on the eve of World War II – “We are in 1937 for Europe and… the rest of the world” Rendon also advises political party leaders to “step aside” …

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Saraband Kenwood House Free Concerts, Hampstead, 2022

Published: 6:48 PM September 26, 2022 An early music ensemble performs free concerts at Kenwood House inspired by the famous paintings on the walls. Saraband kicks off three Sunday afternoons in the mansion’s music room on October 2 with Vermeer’s The Guitar Player. Visitors can see the Old Master with …

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On the move: Latest sector appointments

Melbourne Fringe welcomes new staff Melbourne Fringe has announced three new appointments to its core staff. Joining the organization: Peta Duncan (Program Coordinator, Deadly Fringe); Ebony Addinsall (Head of Marketing) and Toby Sullivan (General Manager). Peta Duncan is the Program Coordinator for Deadly Fringe, the Melbourne Fringe First Nations program. …

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Hit BBC podcast hosts happily join Times Radio

BBC journalists Jane Garvey and Fi Glover join Times Radio to present an afternoon news programme. he previously hosted the hit BBC podcast Happily Together. However, they will now co-host a live news program between 3pm and 5pm Monday through Thursday on Times Radio. Garvey began her career on BBC …

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B-Roll, Video, Audio, Photos and Quick Transcript: Governor Hochul Delivers Remarks at African American Veterans Monument and Unveiling

Earlier in the day, Governor Kathy Hochul delivered remarks at the African-American Veterans Monument and its dedication. B-ROLL of the event is available on YouTube here and in TV quality (h.264, mp4) here. VIDEO of the event is available on YouTube here and in TV quality (h.264, mp4) here. SOUND …

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A true crime podcast helped free Adnan Syed but the killer has yet to be caught | Bidisha Mamata

In 2014, an audio series kicked off the podcast revolution and reinvigorated true crime documentaries. Serial was an American audio series created by Julie Snyder, Ira Glass and Sarah Koenig. It examined the 1999 murder of an American teenager, Hae Min Lee, and the conviction and imprisonment of her ex-boyfriend, …

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States hand over recordings of Indigenous oral histories to tribal control

There are over 600 oral history records housed where Lina Ortega is Associate Curator of Western History Collections at the University of Oklahoma Libraries. Ortega speaks limited Seminole, one of the languages ​​heard on the recordings. But while reviewing a regular 1969 tribal government meeting, she kept hearing a name …

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The Top 10 of Everything – Movie Stories

Our movie podcast recommendation of the week? Well, that’s sorting things out, with plenty of cinematic stuff to feast on. The Top Ten are everywhere. Human beings like to classify things. From the music charts and this time Ed Sheeran had a record sixteen UK Top 20 hits (including nine …

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The Frontera Project organizes workshops and free public performances

The Kenan Institute for the Arts is pleased to host the Frontera Project for a two-day residency at UNCSA. Company members will lead workshops with students from the School of Dramatic Arts and meet with classes from the Liberal Arts Division. Their residency feature will be a free public performance …

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Audio artist Kikù Hibino associates memory with sound

Kikù Hibino performing at MCA on July 9th. To say Chicago-based audio artist Kikù Hibino is having a prolific year is an understatement. With residencies at Experimental Sound Studio (ESS) and Compound Yellow; performances and workshops at these two venues, as well as at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago …

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The Impact Podcast with John Shegerian features Adobe’s Amy White and Angie Bush

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Amy White, global head of corporate social responsibility (CSR) at Adobe and Angie Bush, head of Technology for Good, are featured guests this week on the Impact Podcast with John Shegerian. The show is hosted by Shegerian, co-founder and executive chairman of ERI, the nation’s first fully integrated …

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Pierre Kwenders wins the Polaris Music Prize for “José Louis and the Paradox Of Love”

Pierre Kwenders won the 2022 Polaris Music Prize for his album “José Louis and the Paradox Of Love”. The Congolese-Canadian’s third album, which mixes the dancefloor energy of Congolese rumba, R&B and pop, was selected by an 11-member grand jury as Best Canadian Album of the Year based on its …

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Stockton’s Chicano Research Center provides information on Latino heritage

Hispanic Heritage Month is in full swing, and KCRA 3 takes a closer look at the contributions of Latinos to the United States. Richard Soto is a Vietnam veteran on a mission to promote literacy with his one-of-a-kind library in the heart of Stockton. He says he is also living …

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A life in biochemistry: Dr. Julie Senecoff shares her passion with students at Manor College

Dr. Julie Senecoff, director of pre-healthcare programs at Manor College, finds the most enjoyable “lightbulb moments” when working with students. Dr. Julie Senecoff has been a professor at Manor College since 2005. She believes Manor College is unique in the faculty’s ability to get to know the students. Teaching on …

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Herm Edwards out as ASU head coach

(3TV/CBS 5) — The ASU is off the train. After the shocking loss to Eastern Michigan, Herm Edwards is OUT as ASU head coach. We explain why it happened now, what it means for new interim head coach Shaun Aguano, and look ahead to who should take over the Sun …

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The Queen’s funeral will be a beautiful day, says the King’s music master

The Queen’s state funeral will be a day that will shine a light on the “wonderful things that can happen in music”, the king’s master of music has said. Judith Weir served the late monarch as the Queen’s Master of Music until her death, becoming the first woman appointed to …

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Kyuss fans celebrate family and community

Deep in the barrenness of Sky Valley along Dillon Road is a yellow and blue sign that reads “Welcome to Sky Valley”. It’s simple and looks like any sign a town would display to welcome visitors and residents. But the Sky Valley sign has its place in rock ‘n’ roll …

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MATCH DAY: TOWN v CARDIFF CITY – News

Everything you need to know ahead of Town’s Sky Bet Championship game – The city hosts Cardiff City in the Sky Bet Championship – The game starts at 3 p.m.– Get your tickets here! It’s match day, so here’s everything you need to know ahead of Huddersfield Town’s game …

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Use live captions on your iPhone for real-time transcriptions of any audio file – calls, videos, podcasts, etc. « iOS and iPhone: Gadget Hacks

With Apple’s latest accessibility feature, you can get live transcriptions of everything you listen to on or around your iPhone. Real-time captions work for phone calls, video conferences, FaceTime, music, podcasts, streaming media, movies, games, and more, even someone sitting right next to you to speak. This …

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Warner Music sues Bang Energy in latest TikTok ad lawsuit

Cardi B attends Warner Music Group’s pre-Grammy party in Manhattan, New York, U.S., January 25, 2018. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Summary Companies Law firms Related documents New case follows lawsuits from Universal Music and Sony Music Court previously found Bang infringed hundreds of …

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343 No longer add premium currency to Halo: The Master Chief Collection

Following community opposition, 343 is abandoning its idea of ​​microtransactions for Halo: The Master Chief Collection. 343 Industries will abandon plans to introduce a premium currency for Halo: The Master Chief Collection. More than two decades after its launch, the Halo the franchise continues to draw crowds, whether this is …

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Amazon Amp’s live radio app launches new fund for creators – TechCrunch

Amazon’s live radio app, Amp, is launching a new creator fund designed to reward creators who create compelling shows and build audience loyalty. An Amazon spokesperson told TechCrunch that Amp has allocated “millions of dollars” to pay creators through monthly rewards, but did not provide an exact figure. The company …

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Podcasts: Why Spanish-speaking creators are a superpower for branded content

With several studies indicating a strong increase in awareness and affinity with branded content, it’s clear that personalized podcasts offer brands a direct way to engage with consumer values ​​in an authentic and relevant way. In this article, Natalia Aldasoro (Creative Strategist for Acast Creative, Americas) highlights just how much …

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TLU welcomes Selena Tribute Band to Seguin

Free concert scheduled for tonight (Seguin) — What better way to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Seguin than with a musical eveningnotes Tejano Queen Selena. Bidi Bidi Banda, a Selena tribute band, will lead this celebration tonight at Texas Lutheran University. Ashlie Ford, TLU’s director of marketing and communications, says …

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NFTs light up Wall Street’s evening as VanEck strives to build community with Afropolitan

Afropolitan Co-Founders Alongside VanEck’s Web3 and NFT Team Ring the Closing Bell in New York … [+] Sotck exchange. Maria Gracia Santillana As Wall Street stocks ended sharply lower on Tuesday, Chika Uwazie found herself ringing the New York Stock Exchange closing bell in an optimistic mood. “How often do …

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Learn about important Emory resources during National Preparedness Month

Now that the fall semester has begun, investing time in learning how to protect yourself and others in an emergency contributes to your personal safety, community safety, and the resilience of the Emory community. . “Emergencies are unexpected, but when they do happen, knowing what to do – or just …

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Bret Easton Ellis & Irvine Welsh Team on ‘The Reckonings’ Podcast – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Two major figures in the literary world – Bret Easton Ellis and Irvine Welsh – are teaming up to create a scripted podcast. Easton Ellis, author of American Psycho, and Trainspotting the Welsh author has struck a deal with podcast studio Audio Up to produce Accounts. In 2020, it …

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A Cambridge-based music teacher and security guard at London Bridge station pay a musical tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

As we travel during Mumbai people, sometimes we may come across passengers who like to sing bhajans in the morning, beggars sing asking commuters for money… However, in an impromptu performance to pay homage to the late monarch Briton, a security guard joined a Cambridge-based music teacher to sing the …

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Princeton unveils portrait of basketball great and politician Bill Bradley ’65

Princeton University unveiled a portrait of alumnus William W. “Bill” Bradley, Class of 1965, at a ceremony Friday, Sept. 9, at Robertson Hall. Portrait of Bill Bradley, painted by Burton Silverman Photo courtesy of Princeton University Museum of Art Bradley led the Princeton men’s basketball team to an Ivy League …

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Fetterman discusses reproductive rights and health at Montco

Last Wednesday, Fetterman agreed to a debate with his opponent. Oz has been pressuring Fetterman for weeks and aggressively questioning the severity of his ongoing health issues following a stroke Fetterman suffered in May. Fetterman decided to poke fun at one of his opponent’s notable gaffes while discussing what it’s …

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Australian Podcast Awards for 2022

Image courtesy of the Australian Podcast Awards. australianot Podcast prices, powered by iHeart, will return in 2022 – celebrating the best of Australia’s top podcasting and podcasting talent to emerge and gain fandom over the past year. More than 90 judges listened to nearly 1,000 submissions in 2021, awarding gold …

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Macknade in Faversham celebrates its 175th anniversary with free tastings, masterclasses, live music, food stalls and more

Leading food brand Macknade is celebrating its 175th anniversary with a huge birthday party. The Kent-based food and drink retailer invites visitors to its flagship Faversham Food Village to mark the occasion on Saturday September 17. Macknade in Faversham invites visitors to celebrate its 175th anniversary in September. Photo: Macknade …

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Alo Yoga launches its first ready-to-wear collection with a limited-edition NFT at New York Fashion Week

Alo Yoga launches its first RTW collection at New York Fashion Week. Hello Yoga Alo Yoga, a leading fashion and lifestyle brand, launches its first ready-to-wear collection paired with its first NFT on MoonPay’s HyperMint platform. The Aspen NFT Collection is a digital Certificate of Authenticity designed to celebrate Alo’s …

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Crow Tribe Journalism Professor Looks For Stories No One Tells

By ERIC YOUNG, The Billings Gazette LODGE GRASS, Mont. (AP) – Luella Brien originally wanted to be a teacher, but never thought she would be one after following a different career path. Shortly after graduating from high school, she quit education to pursue journalism. Now those paths have converged in …

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Librarians to launch study of Florida farmworker populations

With funding from a new grant, library researchers at the University of Miami and University of Florida Libraries will host community forums to gather information about the most pressing needs of this vulnerable population, which includes immigrants and others. The Florida Department of Health estimates that between 150,000 and 200,000 …

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‘X-Men 2099’ #1 • AIPT

Chris and Chandler leap to the year 2099! Back in 1993, Marvel made a huge push to show what the dark future holds with titles about X-Men, Punisher, Spider-Man, Hulk, Doom and more – all set in the 2099 universe. Today’s comics now come out of the 2099 universe with …

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Guthrie Green celebrates 10 years with free events | Music

guthrie Green opened in downtown Tulsa on September 7, 2012. To celebrate the 10th anniversary, the park will host a series of events – film screenings, concerts, poetry readings and more – which are free and open to the public. “I’m a big believer in Guthrie Green,” said Ken Levit, …

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The annual season prediction episode of the Ira Kaufman podcast; Ira shoots over 20 calls – JoeBucsFan.com

The annual season prediction episode of the Ira Kaufman podcast; Ira shoots more than 20 calls September 5, 2022 Podcast (ira-kaufman-podcast): Play in new window | Download | To integrate Subscribe: Click above to shop now at Tampa’s first Ford family, BillCurrieFord.com. Contact Ira’s friend and GM Sean Sullivan for …

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Weekend Canal Festival just days away

There is less than a week until Stalybridge Gongoozler Fest. Friday 9th September marks the start of three days of events celebrating the canals of Tameside – a heritage that dates back over 200 years. Although a gongoozler is someone who likes to watch the canal activities, everyone is welcome …

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Red CentreNATS returns to Central Australia for eighth episode of drag racing, burnout festival

This is the pride and joy of Bruce Thomas. The car enthusiast says that for three years he spent eight hours every weekend restoring his 1972 Ford Falcon XY. “It’s just to look good and ride. That’s it,” he said. Mr Thomas said the iconic vehicle was a rusty mess …

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CTO artist says he will paint Melbourne mural that offended Ukrainians

Loading In response, Seaton said he initially received positive feedback from some members of the art collective, but over time and the committee’s extensive discussion of the piece, a belief evolved that the work could be misconstrued as “offensive”. “I had to support a message of peace, that’s still what …

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