Northern Current Releases Music Programming | News, Sports, Jobs

The Buffalo Folkfaces perform “When Lockdown Lifts” at the Waterhole on Thursday. They will perform at the Northern Current Music Festival on September 5th. (Business photo – Aaron Cerbone) LAC SARANAC – While COVID-19 makes planning difficult, this year’s component of Northern Current will feature diverse and dancing programming. The …

Read More »

Podcast: Will Hall Road in Southern Miss

Will Hall, 41, is Southern Miss’s new head football coach and will build heavily on the school’s long tradition, which he loves to talk about. Hall, who is speaking to the Mississippi Coaching Association this week in Jackson, talks about his recruiting successes, his love of Mississippi football tradition and …

Read More »

Regional Synthesis Podcast: Why Thailand Mixes Covid-19 Vaccines to Desperately Boost Protection, Asia News & Top Stories

Regional Summary Ep 6: Why Thailand Mixes Covid-19 Vaccines To Desperately Boost Protection 10:06 minutes Synopsis: Each week, The Straits Times analyzes the main news developments in Southeast Asia. Straits Times regional correspondent Leslie Lopez talks to Money FM’s Elliott Danker and Glenn van Zutphen about the following: 1. Mass …

Read More »

This free birding app can now identify birds by sound

If you’ve ever heard a bird sing and wondered how you could determine what type of bird it might be without laboriously searching through the records, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology has you covered. The lab has recently improved its Merlin application for smartphone, designed for new and experienced bird …

Read More »

Are megalodons really extinct? – NBC Boston

From the Loch Ness monster to the Big Foot, our imaginations always run wild on the unseen creatures that might lurk in the unknown. The megalodon is one of those monstrous entities that people believe are still swimming, but the big difference is that this giant prehistoric shark was real …

Read More »

Adult play areas are popping up all over town

After a year and a half, we all deserve a little fun. That’s why the Reset Organization is launching a summer series of 50 pop-up adult play areas across the city. The ephemeral playground is an outdoor audio experience designed to aid social recovery by encouraging individuals to develop a …

Read More »

The perfection of being imperfect

James M. Lang is Professor of English and Director of the D’Amour Center for Teaching Excellence at Assumption College in Worcester, MA. He is the author of six books, the most recent of which is Distracted: Why Students Can’t Focus and What You Can Do About It, Small Teaching: Everyday …

Read More »

How to create and host an in-person event for your podcast

Hosting in-person events for your podcast is essential to building your show’s community. Limited time savings: 60% off our social media books Redeem code SOCIAL2021 through 5/27/21 to get those books, for less. Save 60% now July 11, 2021 5 minutes to read Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are …

Read More »

South Bend festival aims to reduce gun violence

SOUTH BEND, Indiana (WNDU) – Residents of South Bend gathered at the Alive & Free Festival on Saturday to enjoy food, music and shopping, but most importantly, to express the importance of reducing gun violence in the community . Chief organizer Eric “EMAC” McDaniel says he has worked in the …

Read More »

14 fun things to do in Columbus, Ohio this weekend

Every Thursday, we offer you suggestions for things to do in the coming days. Sure, you’ve just had a long vacation weekend, but who isn’t always looking for something fun? This week, you have the choice: Fancy a concert? The Bluestone and Rambling House will reopen this weekend, with pop-country …

Read More »

To-Do List (July 7-14): Carolina Summer Music Festival, Southeast Crab Party | Local arts, entertainment and events news for Columbia, SC

ROCKY Carolina Summer Music and Art Festival Founded by Charlotte-born musician and songwriter Joe Firstman, the Nashville Cordovas weave influences from the past and present, touching The Band, The Grateful Dead and The Allman Brothers to create their powerful blend of country rock and American classic. . They are headlining …

Read More »

J&S Pawn moves to a bigger location

KEYSER – J&S Pawn has been serving the Keyser community for over four years, and now they are continuing that tradition in a new location. J&S Pawn has moved to the old Sheetz building on Mineral Street and now has a larger store to better serve its customers. J&S Pawn …

Read More »

V&A East unveils a new creative vision

The V&A unveiled its creative vision for its new national museum complex in east London, the V&A East, alongside its first acquisitions, including a dress designed by Molly Goddard. V&A East will include two twin sites currently under construction in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The V&A East Storehouse will open …

Read More »

The fourth parade was top notch!

The people of Stoughton, like everywhere else, were calling for a parade. The COVID pandemic put an end to the July 4 and Christmas parades of last year. Thousands of people gathered on Sunday July 4 for the annual Independence Day Parade in Stoughton. Roger Caissie of High voltage sound …

Read More »

A pilot music festival will take place in Dublin

A pilot music festival will take place today in Dublin as part of efforts to test the safe return of major events, where antigen testing will be used to enter. More than 3,500 people will be allowed into the grounds of Royal Hospital Kilmainham, in groups of no more than …

Read More »

A new era for audio streaming

Audio Stream – the live stream of the radio station’s programming via the station’s website, iono.fm or other streaming platforms In 2019, the Infinite Dial report measured digital audio listening online and found that 44% of South Africans listened to the radio on a device other than the radio *. …

Read More »

A podcast that discusses how to be an adult

The Adulting Decrypted Podcast is the perfect podcast for young adults and children who want to learn all the life skills needed to become an adult. Ashton Allen and Gideon Allen came to talk about their one-of-a-kind podcast journey. The Adulting Decrypted team is made up of a Dad and …

Read More »

Michigan’s Free Live Music Mecca – The Voice

If you’re a fan of free live music, pitch your tent, park your motorhome, or dock your boat in St. Clair Marina all summer long and get ready to attend seven live music events, sometimes. more, every week at the end of September. “There is something about sitting in a …

Read More »

NSW COVID cases increase, Qld border closes at NSW hotspots, Victoria restrictions are relaxed, NSW red zones announced, NZ travel bubble with NSW on hiatus, Sun Yang banned from Games Tokyo Olympics in 2021

Prime Minister Scott Morrison today issued a message of support for NSW, saying he supports the new measures introduced by the Berejiklian government this morning to reduce the spread of COVID-19. He said the Commonwealth stood ready to provide any assistance requested. The federal government will also introduce new supports …

Read More »

Storybook Stomp LIVE Music Outdoor

Storybook Stomp – LIVE Music Outside July 10the Mark Twain Library is delighted to announce a NEW free event for families and community members to get together in person outdoors for an afternoon of live music, food and much needed family fun! The Storybook Stomp will take place on Saturday …

Read More »

New Lincoln Museum Podcast Explores Illinois Music Legends

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois. A new podcast from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum features conversations about legendary Illinois musicians and bands, sometimes with the artists themselves. The State of Sound podcast accompanies an exhibit launched earlier this year at the Springfield Museum, titled The State of Sound: A World of …

Read More »

How to start your art collection

Roop Pratap Choudhary (Courtesy of Roop Pratap Choudhary) Choudhary’s indulgent pastime dates back to his childhood. Being born into a family belonging to the lineage of Maharaja Ranjit Singh has certainly helped. “I’ve been interested in art for as long as I can remember. Growing up in a family that …

Read More »

They are people too, and should be respected

On World Refugee Day tomorrow, the Malaysian Bar reiterates its call on the government to defend and respect the rights and dignity of all refugees and asylum seekers in Malaysia. Malaysia hosts a large population of refugees and asylum seekers. There are 179,570 refugees and asylum seekers registered with the …

Read More »

Cedric Mullins appears on Adam Jones podcast

BALTIMORE – When Cedric Mullins first reached the Majors in 2018, he was widely regarded as the heir apparent to the Orioles from Adam Jones in the middle of the field. The passing of the torch was not linear, the transition was not without considerable ups and downs. But Mullins …

Read More »

Music festival on June 21 in Barron | Free News

“Make Music” is a free celebration of music across the world that takes place on June 21st. Launched in 1982 in France under the name Fête de la Musique, it takes place today on the same day in more than 1,000 cities in 120 countries. Completely different from a typical …

Read More »

Global news in brief

Canadian diocese launches Covid appeal THE Anglican Diocese of Moosonee, Canada, has launched an urgent fundraising appeal to support communities in the Kashechewan First Nation in northern Ontario who are in a “growing state of emergency” due to the increase in Covid-19 cases, mainly in children. More than 200 cases …

Read More »

Apple Podcast Subscriptions Now Available Worldwide

Our Apple has announced the availability of Apple Podcast subscriptions, the global market for premium podcast subscriptions. With this, listeners in more than 170 countries and regions can purchase subscriptions for individual shows and groups of shows through channels. It allows creators to provide exclusive, ad-free content in exchange for …

Read More »