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 …

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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 *. …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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Football broadcasts to pass Euro 2020

Rory Smith’s column is still essential reading in Irish Examiner’s Weekend Sport and we’ll always be looking for him for his various podcast appearances, from Second Captains to Anfield Wrap. He’s also featured on the superlative Set Piece Menu podcast, alongside BT Sport commentator Steve Wyeth, BBC Sport’s Hugh Ferris …

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Umoja Health | KALW

It’s a blustery Saturday morning at the Pop-up Clinic in the parking lot of Paradise Baptist Church in Oakland. It’s a simple setup: a few tents, audio speakers for music, and plastic chairs. People line up on the sidewalk and volunteers in black hoodies buzz under the tents. Minnie, who …

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Podcast docuseries based on Ronan Farrow interviews – Deadline

HBO Documentary Films has given the green light to Catch and Kill: podcast tapes, half-hour, six-part docuseries based on interviews with Ronan Farrow, Emmy winners Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato (HBO’s Carrie Fisher: Drink Wishes) and World of Wonders. The series, produced by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Farrow, brings to life …

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The Massey Hall concert hall will reopen in November.

Music fans leave Massey Hall in Toronto after a performance by Gordon Lightfoot on Sunday, July 1, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS / Chris Young TORONTO – Gordon Lightfoot, Buffy Sainte-Marie and Broken Social Scene are among the artists who will perform in a renovated Massey Hall when the historic Toronto …

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Who should Lakers fans lean on during the NBA playoffs?

Last season, Los Angeles Lakers fans got to experience playoff basketball for the first time in seven years and, soon after, their first championship in 10 years. This season was a different story. Not only must Lakers fans have felt the disappointment of being knocked out of the NBA playoffs, …

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Style (06/14/21) – BusinessWorld

Tesoros Independence Day Sale ends June 15 DISCOUNTS of up to 40% on selected items are offered in the Tesoros Independence Day Sale which runs until June 15th. Hats, mugs, key chains, pins and t-shirts are among the items included in the sale. Buy online. Meanwhile, Tesoros also opened its …

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The studio’s second podcast: interview with Archie Lee Coates IV, co-founder of PLAYLAB

The studio’s second podcast: interview with Archie Lee Coates IV, co-founder of PLAYLAB Courtesy of The Second Studio Podcast Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/963237/the-second-studio-podcast-interview-with-archie-lee-coates-iv-co-founder-of-playlab The Second Studio (formerly The Midnight Charette) is an explicit podcast on design, architecture and everyday life. Hosted by architects David …

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First-time winners dominate at Forest City London Music Awards

Breadcrumb Links Local arts There is a first time to everything. Author of the article: Joe belanger Deni Gauthier is the recipient of the Forest City London Music Award for Contemporary Singer-Songwriter. (Derek Ruttan / The London Free Press) The opinions and recommendations are impartial and the products are selected …

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TWICE releases tenth mini album “Taste Of Love”

K-Pop supergroup TWICE shared their latest mini album Taste of love, now via Republic Records. The project marks the band’s tenth mini-album to be released and features their latest single “Alcohol-Free” along with five other tracks available for streaming. A sparkling summer-themed music video for “Alcohol Free” was shared ahead …

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Podcast: Caring for Older Australians

In this episode of Political Forum ModuleSeniors Care Expert Diane Gibson and Social Scientist Nicholas Biddle join us to discuss the impact of the Royal Commission on the Quality and Safety of Elderly Care and whether governments are on the right way to make the changes the industry desperately needs. …

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Audio postcard: Opening day at Sandy Beach Park

A new playground at Sandy Beach Park opened on Wednesday. (Photo by Katie Anastas) There is a new playground at Sandy Beach Park with slides, swings, monkey bars, and a climbing area. Volunteers spent several days last week riding it. Children, parents, grandparents and volunteers celebrated the end of construction …

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Senators Moran, Manchin, Ernst and Shaheen Introduce Bill to Make Telehealth Flexibilities Permanent in Rural and Under-Served Areas – Press Releases

WASHINGTON DC. – US Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) Introduced the Rural Telehealth Access Protection Act with Sens. Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) and Jeanne Shaheen (DN.H.) to make current flexibilities in telehealth permanent. This bipartite legislation would ensure that rural and underserved community health care providers are able to …

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A new, easy way to listen to Journal podcasts

THERE IS NOW A new way to listen to your favorite podcasts from The newspaper – without having to leave our application. Fans can connect directly from our story feed. This includes shows like The explicator, where every week we break down some great news to help you better understand …

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Audio logs of healthcare workers during COVID-19

The Library of Congress acquired audio diaries featuring more than 200 frontline healthcare workers in the fight against COVID-19, a collection that provides first-hand testimonials from hospitals and communities across the country then as the public health crisis unfolded. The audio library was donated by The Nocturnists, an independent San …

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MTV Music Awards scheduled for September 12

American rapper Lil Nas X in a win at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards (AFP photo) NEW YORK: The MTV Video Music Awards will be held on September 12 in New York City, the channel said on Tuesday – the latest news that live entertainment is returning to the …

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A center to boost digital literacy

The College of Arts & Sciences ENGL 105 course, required for all students, is an example of how digital media is incorporated into classes at Carolina. Instructors use project-based homework to teach students how to write in professional and academic genres. Some projects require the use of video and other …

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Edwin McCain at Rock 4 Recovery in Lexington | Music

Here is Edwin McCain again. Since he still plays around these parts frequently, I shouldn’t have to remind you that Hootie and the Blowfish isn’t the only sweeter ’90s radio champ to come out of Palmetto State. And he, a very heartwarming baritone and hits like “I’ll Be” and “I …

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