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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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Free Press launches new podcast about the Michigan football team in 1997

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Michigan Wolverines going undefeated and winning the 1997 National Championship. That year cemented the legacy of so many players in the corn and blue, including Lloyd Carr and Brian Griese, and it was the year that Charles Woodson made history as the …

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Virginia celebrates September as Musical Heritage Month

Join our Telegram channel to stay up to date on news coverage Photo submitted Virginia’s contribution to music history and innovation around the world is celebrated by declaring September Virginia Musical Heritage Month. Virginia’s musical culture is diverse and includes genres such as blues, folk, brass, hip-hop, mountain music, country, …

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Governor Wolf Applauds President Biden for His $62.7 Million Investment in SWPA Robotics and Autonomy Cluster as Part of ‘Building Back a Better Regional Challenge’

Governor Tom Wolf today announced that the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) has named the Southwestern Pennsylvania New Economy Collaborative one of 21 winners of the Plan’s Build Back Better Regional Challenge. American rescue. The EDA is awarding approximately $62.7 million in grants to the Southwestern Pennsylvania …

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Podcast: Student Loans, Reviving a CMP Corridor, and Overdose Awareness Day

podcast beacon Podcast: Student Loans, Reviving a CMP Corridor, and Overdose Awareness Day Read the episode Pause episode Mute/Unmute Episode Rewind 10 seconds 1 time Fast forward 30 seconds 00:00 / Subscribe To share On the podcast this week, Esther Pew, Ben Chin, and Mike Tipping discuss the federal decision …

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What is Heardle Decades? Test yourself on music from the 80s, 90s, 00s with the musical game Wordle

2022 has truly been the year of everyday internet games like wordle and we music fans are spoiled for choice. Whether or not you played the original musical spin-off Heardlethe premise is pretty easy to follow. The online puzzle game involves people trying to guess which song is playing by …

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Ohio State faculty and staff receive grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Marian Moser Jones, associate professor of health services management and policy at the College of Public Health and associate professor at Department of History, joined The Ohio State University this year. One of his first projects was completing his grant application for the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Earlier …

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James Van Der Beek Shows Us What A Celebrity Podcast Deal Is Worth

Good morning! I’m back in New York after a whirlwind few days in Dallas last week. It was really great to meet so many people from the industry in person. What I take away the most from the week of the Podcast Movement is how much the podcast format has …

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Will Twitter’s pivot to podcasts get more people to use it?

Twitter’s strategy with adding new features has been to put stuff in users’ noses and see what sticks. And to Twitter’s credit, it sometimes works. Spaces was quite successful on its own, and it remained relevant despite a decline in popularity from Clubhouse, the app from which it borrowed its …

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The International Council of Museums redefines the word “museum”

Comment this story Comment For the first time in 15 years, the International Council of Museums (ICOM), a non-profit organization that makes recommendations and sets standards around the world, has updated its definition of the word “museum”. After years of debate over the ideological character of the definition, the final …

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Vevo Launches Latin Music Video Channels on TelevisaUnivision’s ViX

Vevo is launching Latin music channels on the ViX streaming service. Vevo Vevo has partnered with TelevisaUnivision to launch two Latin-themed 24/7 live music video channels on ViX, targeting audiences on the new free, ad-supported platform. The partnership kicks off with “Vevo Latino”, which features artists such as Romeo Santos …

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5 Money Saving Blogs and Podcasts to Learn Personal Financial Planning

School teaches us a lot and expands our knowledge, but it skips one of life’s basic skills: personal financial planning. In turn, many adults struggle to save money and spend more than necessary. These money-saving blogs and podcasts are a crash course in the basics of financial planning, teaching you …

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Video, audio, photos and transcript Rush: Governor Hochul designates Union Avenue in Saratoga Springs as “Marylou Whitney Way”

Earlier in the day, Governor Kathy Hochul designated part of the City of Saratoga Springs National Highway System as “Marylou Whitney Way.” This follows Governor Hochul previously signing legislation (S.6738-A/A.7625-A) dedicating Union Avenue in Saratoga Springs to Marylou Whitney. VIDEO of the event is available on YouTube here and in …

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What to do in Hamilton this weekend, August 26-August 26. 28

It’s the last weekend of August, and although summer is winding down for some, Hamilton has plenty of summer fun for this coming weekend. Apply sunscreen and take out your sunglasses. That’s what’s happening in Hamilton this weekend. Winona Fishing Festival Start the weekend by visiting the Winona Peach Festival, …

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Teams prepare for the CHaD Battle of the Badges on Friday in Manchester, NH

Police and firefighters will face off Friday night on the baseball field to raise money for Dartmouth Hitchcock Children’s Hospital.The 11th annual Battle of the CHAD Badges Baseball Classic is scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday at the Delta Dental Stadium. There was one last tune- today for Team Fire, who …

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Brattleboro Museum & Art Center receives $50,000 grant to improve accessibility

Vermont Business Magazine The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) received a $50,000 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) through the Inspire! Grants Program for Small Museums”. The funding will support initiatives to improve digital and in-person accessibility, enabling people with a wide range of abilities …

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New Music – Winnipeg Free Press

POP ROCK small featWaiting for Columbus Super Deluxe Edition (Rhino Recordings) A quartet that quickly morphed into a six-man ensemble, the seamless blend of rock, blues, funk, country, soul, boogie, gospel, Latin, jazz and R&B infused with Little Feat’s New Orleans was often more than the sum of its parts. …

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What is a Niche Internet Micro Celebrity?

Comment this story Comment People from all over the greater Sioux Falls, SD area know Bryce Wollmann. At 6ft 6in, the 25-year-old operating room nurse is hard to miss, but it’s his online cult following that made him a star. Wollmann’s Internet presence is loud and fun. He tweets life …

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Cronkite News Podcast Wins Murrow Prize

Cronkite News won a student Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Audio Newscast for its Cronkite News 2Go podcast. The winning podcast episode, which aired nine months ago, covered a series of urgent stories, including a story about US Representative Paul Gosar, a Republican from Prescott, who shared an …

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Diversion Audio moves into speech and fiction with a slate of new podcasts

Game of Thrones and Fast & Furious star Nathalie Emmanuel featured in Diversion’s upcoming podcast “War Queens” Diversion will debut ‘The Shows We Watched’, ‘War Queens’, ‘The Ali Rogin Show’ and ‘The Royals of Malibu’ NEW YORK, August 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Diversion audioa premium podcast network in partnership with …

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You can watch the first season of See for free on Apple TV+

The final season of See will air on Friday, August 26. If you’ve been thinking about checking out the series but haven’t yet, and haven’t paid for Apple TV+ either, Apple has a deal for you. Until August 29, Apple TV+ offers to watch the first season of the drama …

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Henrietta and Rush Libraries Eliminate Overdue Fines Starting 9/1

When she was growing up in Hamlin, the nearest public library, the Seymour branch in Brockport, was something of a haven for Adrienne Pettinelli. “I was living in a difficult family situation and reading was so essential to me,” she said. “It was essential for me to understand the life …

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Cooking the Books Podcast: Your Questions Answered KiwiSaver

Company August 21, 2022 5:00 p.m.2 minute read Dr Claire Matthews, associate professor at Massey Business School. Photo / Provided Each week, BusinessDesk and the NZ Herald’s Cooking the Books podcast tackle a different financial issue. Today’s questions from listeners about KiwiSaver. Hosted by Frances Cook. KiwiSaver is a fun …

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Ted Okon sheds light on the ACO committee responsible for acting on humanitarian crises

While the Community Oncology Alliance (COA) was involved in humanitarian work in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, the crisis in Ukraine led the COA to set up a special committee to take action, said Ted Okon , MBA, Executive Director of the COA. Transcription COA recently launched a committee to …

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ScotRail will provide additional trains for music fans traveling to the Coldplay concert

ScotRail has announced that additional trains and carriages will be running this week to allow music fans to attend a major concert in Hampden. Coldplay are set to perform their Music Of The Spheres World Tour at Glasgow’s Hampden Park on August 23-24. Spectators will have an additional opportunity to …

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EyeCare4Kids addresses eye care for local and global communities

Alex Delaney-Gesing of Optometry Times® interviews Joseph Carbone, Founder and President of EyeCare4Kids, a non-profit organization providing professional eye care to low-income visually impaired children and underserved families. Since its inception in 2001, the Utah-based organization has provided more than 400,000 children with professional eye exams, eye screenings and eyeglasses. …

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How this startup aims to make podcasting more accessible

Podcasting has been around for about two decades. It took a while to get off the trail. Now, however, podcasting has become a booming industry thanks in part to its growth during the pandemic. According to a study published by PwC and the Interactive Advertising Bureau, the value of podcasting …

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Adams Morgan car-free pedestrian zone begins Sunday

Comment this story Comment Sunday afternoon traffic will come to a halt at Adams Morgan. Instead of Uber Eats drivers blocking traffic outside restaurants and buses idling at red lights, 18th Street NW will be filled with diners enjoying outdoor dining and families doing yoga together while an artist rides …

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New Blackboard Feature Means More Control for UTSA Faculty, Less Cost for Students | UTSA today | UTSA

UTSA’s mission The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to advancing knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement, and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions and serves as a center of intellectual and creative resources as well as …

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DJ Bri Mafia is more than just a record spinner

Placeholder while loading article actions Bri Mafia described herself as a “YouTube DJ” in college, spinning Key!, Retro Sushi, Dom Kennedy and “almost every artist in the hip-hop blog era,” she says. But her career really started in 2015 after attending South by Southwest, when she left the graphic design …

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Where to watch and stream The Music Man for free online

Music Man poster” class=”description-card__image–cover”/> Cast: Robert Preston Shirley Jones Hacket Buddy Ron Howard Hermione Gingold Generators: The comedy Family Music Romance Director: Morton Da Costa Release date: June 19, 1962 A con artist arrives in a town in Iowa with a scam using a boy band program, but things don’t …

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Podcast #826: Novice to Advanced — The Weightlifter’s Journey

I have been bodybuilding for seven years. During that time, I’ve achieved personal bests that I’m proud of: a 615-pound deadlift, a 225-pound shoulder press, and a 465-pound squat. However, in the past couple of years, I haven’t reached these kinds of important milestones for a combination of reasons, including …

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Crowds go wild as Arijit Singh rides a Scooty in hometown, singer to set up free English coaching center for underprivileged students

Singer Arijit Singh has launched an initiative to provide free English language training in his hometown, Murshidabad. He also visited a local nursing school in his hometown of Jiaganj in Murshidabad to see if there were any rooms available for rent where a class could be set up. The singer …

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British Columbia radio host suspended for comments on woman’s suicide and domestic abuse

WARNING: This article contains details about suicide and abuse. A South Asian radio host in Richmond, British Columbia, has been suspended after saying the husband of a woman who killed herself in New York, following what she described as years of domestic violence, should not automatically be blamed because he …

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FantasyPros Football Podcast: Remembering Mike Tagliere: A Special Podcast Event

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Embroiderer | SoundCloud | Login | RSS | Youtube Welcome to the latest episode of the FantasyPros Football podcast. The show is hosted by Joe Pisapia (@JoePisapia17). He and his guests will offer insight to help your teams. Join us as …

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Emerging pop artist Nika Nikoubin will release an uplifting ‘free’ single

August 13, 2022August 13, 2022 Rising artist Nika Nikoubin is creating a buzz in the world of pop music lovers and her upcoming single “Free” has energetic beats. gifted star Nika Nikoubin is the newbie in the pop music industry and has already created enough buzz with her debut single …

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Tinder turns 10: what have we learned from a decade of dating apps? – podcasting | New

Over a decade ago, online dating existed on sites like match.com and OKCupid. But they didn’t tend to appeal to younger users, and for many their use was stigmatized. But apps like Grindr, launched in 2009, and Tinder, launched in September 2012, have dramatically changed the online dating landscape. Emilie …

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Morning Kagro Podcast (AUDIO): Thursday, August 11, 2022

Listen to our archived episodes: RadioPublic|LibSyn|Youtube Thursday! David Walman + Greg Dworkinagain, for KITM³, Fifth Amendment Edition: President Joe Biden’s beautiful week continues his streak of success. Inflation is flat as a table top. Joe and Jon have teamed up to Obtain health care for veterans exposed to burning fireplaces. …

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Ozomatli to headline free Labor Day weekend concert presented by The Music Center

Grammy and Latin GRAMMY winning band Ozomatli will make the headlines The Music Centerfirst annual free concert of, as part of the Live at The Music Center series, on Saturday, September 3 at 8:00 p.m., the jerry moss Square. The concert, which will take place over Labor Day weekend, is …

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Keynote speaker reflects on her role as an ASL interpreter for DeWine’s COVID-19 briefings

Marla Berkowitz has been hired as an American Sign Language interpreter for Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s coronavirus briefings. Berkowitz, a lecturer in Ohio State’s ASL program, is the only ASL Certified Deaf Interpreter (CDI) in Ohio State. Credit: Marla Berkowitz Many have helped spread information about the COVID-19 pandemic around …

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Corporate America fumes over Biden’s economic package

This is an audio transcription of the FT press briefing podcast episode: Corporate America fumes over Biden’s economic package Marc FilipinoHello from the Financial Times. Today is Wednesday, August 10, and it’s your FT News Briefing. [MUSIC PLAYING] President Joe Biden’s economic package appears to be about to pass, and …

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More podcasts from Rachel Maddow, which was reportedly launched by SiriusXM. | Story

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, who quit hosting her nightly cable TV show to take on other projects, said she’s been working on a new historical non-fiction podcast that will be released this fall. In an interview with vanity loungeMaddow said the show would be similar to her previous podcast Men’s …

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Heardle Answers August 10: Spotify’s Heardle Song Hints and Today’s Answer

Heardle is the daily puzzle that all music fans must try their hand at. If you’re anything like us, you’ve been tormenting yourself with the New York Times Wordle for months. Described as “a respectful tribute to Wordle”, Heardle comes with a musical twist. Here’s how to play the game …

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Meet the judges for the 2022 Radio Today Podcast Awards, Pt. 2

Welcome to part two of our Meet the Judges episode, spotlighting the industry professionals who judge the Radio Today Podcast Awards 2022. Last week we presented the first wave of our judges participate in judging the talents of podcasters vying for our first places. This latest unveiling brings another strong …

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Prakash Raj donates free ambulance to the poor in memory of Puneeth Rajkumar

August 07, 2022, 2:13 PM IST Actor Prakash Raj announced on Saturday that his Prakash Raj Foundation had donated a free ambulance for the poor in memory of the late Kannada actor Puneeth Rajkumar. AppuXpress | Photo: Twitter Chennai: Actor Prakash Raj announced on Saturday that his Prakash Raj Foundation …

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Baylor in the news – July 31-August. 6, 2022 | Media and public relations

Media Contact: Baylor University Media and Public Relations254-710-1961Follow us on twitter: @BaylorUMedia WACO, Texas (August 5, 2022) – Researchers and faculty experts from Baylor University were featured in national and local media articles as they shared their thoughts and expertise on the survey data on Baylor’s Religion which shows how …

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Podcast: Movie accelerator takes Israel from high-tech to content nation

Welcome to Times Will Tell, The Times of Israel’s weekly podcast. This week, we talk to two of the co-founders of New Legend, a pioneering company in funding Israeli film and television content. After Israeli filmmakers and showrunners spent years seeking government funding and local production studios, New Legend has …

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Ruel is playing a free show in Sydney this month

After his highly anticipated performance Splendor in the Grass fell victim to bad weather, Ruel is catching up with fans with a special free show in his hometown of Sydney. Presented by Amazon Music, the singer-songwriter will take to the stage in the city for the first time in over …

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Back to the Beach Podcast, Laguna Beach Reality Series

Photo-Illustration: Vulture; Photos by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for IMG and Dear Media Revisiting your youth can be difficult – especially if it’s a Frankensteined version of a youth that was documented, edited and produced by a television network company for the enjoyment of millions around the world. One imagines it …

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Veteran music producer Roslan Aziz said to be free of stage four lymphoma

Legendary Malaysian music producer and sound engineer Roslan Aziz is believed to be free of stage four lymphoma after being diagnosed with it last year. — Photo by Azrul Kevin Abdullah via Facebook/Roslan Aziz By Arif Zikri Wednesday 03 August 2022 15:20 MYT KUALA LUMPUR, August 3 – Veteran music …

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US kills al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in drone strike in Afghanistan

“I authorized a precision strike that would remove him from the battlefield, once and for all,” Biden said. Zawahiri had taken refuge in downtown Kabul to reunite with his family, Biden said, and was killed in what a senior administration official described as “a precisely tailored airstrike” using two missiles …

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Reassessing the Trans “Twist” in “Sleepaway Camp” [Podcast]

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Euro 2022: England to celebrate with fans at Trafalgar Square event

Thousands of England fans will celebrate the Lionesses’ Euro 2022 triumph in Trafalgar Square at 11am today – with FREE entry, a trophy and music from DJ Monki – as the National Day continues England beat Germany 2-1 to win the European Championship at Wembley Celebrations continued late into the …

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DMI wins 5-year NIH contract

Jay Sunny Bajaj, DMI DMI has been given a 5-year work order to continue supporting the National Institute of Health’s Intramural Database enterprise-wide system. The contract focuses on the system that facilitates annual report data collection for the NIH intramural research program, as well as data collection in several areas …

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B-Roll, Video, Audio, Photos and Quick Transcript: Governor Hochul Announces Applications Open for Comprehensive East Buffalo Resident Support Programs

Earlier in the day, Governor Kathy Hochul announced that applications are open for comprehensive programs to support residents of East Buffalo as part of the state’s historic $50 million targeted investments. The Governor announced that applications WILL be available MONDAY for the second round of the $4 million East Side …

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