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Reuben and the Dark will headline Block Heater 7.0 in Calgary

The seventh annual Calgary Folk Music Festival, Block Heater, presented by ATB, takes place next month with some big names in music in reduced settings. Due to the ongoing pandemic, this year’s event, dubbed Block Heater 7.0, is scheduled for February 17-20, with a digital Black History Month panel from …

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Victoria’s four-week back-to-school COVID plan includes free RATs, masks and replacement teachers. This is what it will look like

The Government of Victoria is committed to having all of its schools resume face-to-face learning for the first day of term one. Concerned that the Omicron variant could have a serious impact on student enrollment and health at the start of the school term, the Andrews government unveiled a four-week …

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Faster Than Sound: Split-Trequency Radio Connects Austin DJs With The World: Online Electronic Station Celebrates Third Anniversary Saturday At The Coconut Club – Music

Shared Frequencies Radio co-directors Atefeh Karabi (l) and Ben Randall (Courtesy of Radio Nopal) Atefeh Karabi just arrived in Mexico City, on a work trip for his underground Internet radio station. She came to meet friends on the internet who joined her Austin-based operation, Split-Frequency Radio. The founder debits other …

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Corrections: January 20, 2022 – The New York Times

NATIONAL A Wednesday article about a guaranteed income program for New York mothers misidentified the college where Daniela Gutierrez worked when the pandemic hit. It was New York City College of Technology in Brooklyn, not Queens College in Queens, where she had previously worked. SPORTS An article published on Tuesday …

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Bill Callahan and Bonnie “Prince” Billy Merge Their Musical Minds

Two years ago, singer-songwriters Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Bill Callahan released coverage by Yusuf/Cat Stevens”darkness of the night», a dark and quiet song about exile, grief and loneliness. The musician Azita Youssefi, who records as AZITE, contributed acoustic guitar and synthesizer, giving the track a surreal swing. The timing of …

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Celebrate MLK Day with a free virtual concert from Off-Broadway’s NYTF and a musical release by Miri Ben-Ari and Flo Rida

In honor of Martin Luther King Day on Monday, two free online offerings — one a replay of an annual concert, the other a new music/video release — that capture the shared experiences of African American communities and Jews in the spirit of the reverend’s elevation and always timely message …

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Ronnie Spector, icon of girl group who sang “Be My Baby”, dies at 78

Musician Ronnie Spector performs at the 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City on March 15, 2010. REUTERS / Lucas Jackson / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Jan. 12 (Reuters) – Ronnie …

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Stephen Lawrence, whose music enriched “Sesame Street”, dies at 82

Stephen Lawrence, who provided some sort of soundtrack to countless childhoods as musical director for the album and TV special “Free to Be… You and Me” and as a longtime songwriter for “Sesame Street,” died Dec. 30 at a medical center in Belleville, NJ He was 82 years old. His …

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Doja Cat’s Free Outdoor Show Almost Ruined By Bomb Threat

First off, Doja Cat had to cancel one of her last appearances in 2021 due to Covid-19, now the pop star has some crazy fans calling for threats against her shows. Doja was scheduled to give a free show in Indianapolis today, but the show was briefly interrupted by the …

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