Astronaut Alex, Spacey Jane and the Whitlams: Australia’s best new music for June | australian music

Ball Park Music – Manny For fans of: the Dandy Warhols, Oasis, the Warlocks Ball Park Music’s sixth album Weirder and Weirder does what it promises on the tin, crashing down with the India opener via Madchester Manny, a paisley-print raga that invites you to slow down and live a …

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How can people fall asleep to true crime shows and podcasts?

It may seem counterintuitive to listen to podcasts about gruesome murders as a sleeping pill, but Pelayo pointed out that people often hear them in bed — “where they feel safe.” “For many people, the bedroom is their sanctuary. So they can feel safe hearing these crazy stories… and not …

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Leave Your Message: The Lafayette Woman Brings the Audio Guestbook Trend to Acadiana Weddings and Events | Company

“Leave your message after the beep” has taken on a whole new meaning for Lafayette resident Shayla Lange, whose new business Ring-A-Ding Ding Audio Guestbook turns voicemail’s mundane method of communication into an opportunity for fun memories. and sentimental for major life events. The Ring-A-Ding Ding audio guest book, which …

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Rock the suburbs with new musical events

Following the success of regional concerts, CBD pop-up shows and street events, the latest phase of the On The Road Again live music program will bring a new series of over 100 live concerts to punters in suburban Melbourne. Mitch Tambo performs for the launch of the Subway Stage of …

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Binance to be Official Sponsor of The Weeknd’s Global Concert Tour

Cryptocurrency exchange Binance has announced that it will be the official sponsor of Canadian singer The Weeknd’s “After Hours Til Dawn” tour, which kicks off on July 8, 2022. The exchange collaborated with think tank and community incubator HXOUSE to release an NFT collection for The Weeknd’s tour, as well …

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Multnomah County District Attorney Seeks Funding for New District Attorney Program

Your browser does not support the audio element. Multnomah County voters elected District Attorney Mike Schmidt in 2020. Schmidt has campaigned to shrink the criminal justice system, but his latest move is to hire more prosecutors to join his team. As first reported by the Portland Mercury, Schmidt wants to …

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Blue Wire CEO Kevin Jones talks about the success of the Las Vegas studio

Last year, Blue Wire Podcasts teamed up with Wynn Resorts and WynnBet for a far-reaching partnership, including a Blue Wire studio at Wynn Las Vegas. This studio has since proven to be very useful for the company on several fronts; they now have seven current podcasts recorded regularly from there, …

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Richmond American opens new community in Corona

Three inspired model homes will debut this Saturday at Horizons in Terramor CORONA, Calif., June 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Richmond American Homes of Californiaa subsidiary of MDC Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MDC), is thrilled to announce the opening of a new community at Crown, Horizons at Terramor (RichmondAmerican.com/HorizonsAtTerramor). This recent addition …

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UNC Hussman students win national college journalism championships

Four students and recent graduates of UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media have won national championships in the prestigious 2022 Hearst Journalism Awards competition, leading the school to its seventh National Collegiate Journalism Championship in eight years and its 11th all time. Maddie Ellis ’22 is the national champion …

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The Construction Record podcast: Episode 176: Election interviews in Ontario, part two

This week on the Construction Record podcast, we have the second part of our series focusing on the upcoming Ontario election and we’ve compiled a series of recent interviews Daily Commercial News writer Angela Gismondi conducted with stakeholders in the construction industry in Ontario on what they think are the …

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2022 Culture Pass gives free access to museums, music and art venues in the Louisville and southern Indiana area – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

Residents of Louisville and southern Indiana up to age 21 can access several local cultural venues with the Cultural Pass 2022. The Cultural Pass was created in 2011 by the office of Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer to promote children’s access to museums and other cultural spaces. “One of the pillars …

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Underwater drone measures ocean carbon levels

Researchers use a submarine drone to measure carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the ocean. It is believed to be the first time such a vehicle has been used specifically to test CO2 levels. The vehicle, which the team also calls a glideris designed to dive up to 1,000 meters in …

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FLY Racing Podcasts: Spain – MX Vice

Eight MX Vice post-race podcasts, riders discuss round nine of the 2022 MXGP. Presented by FLY Racing: Fly racing has redefined expectations for safety and performance with the Formula helmet. Tested on the most advanced equipment in the world, the Formula The helmet’s overall performance is best in class in …

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Music, dancing, food and drink at the free Borough Jubilee Festival next weekend

Highlights include Britain’s Got Talent 2018 finalists D-Day Darlings, performing wartime songs, Swing Patrol, who will host dance lessons, a dog show judged by BBC Radio London dog expert Anna Webb, and the Taboo dance company. Hear ‘Britain’s first wartime act’, catch a dog show, take a swing dancing lesson, …

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10 Tips for Gen Z Podcast Creators — Spotify

Doing a podcast isn’t as daunting as it used to be. With easy-to-use editing tools like Anchor and 120 million podcast listeners In the United States alone, there’s never been a better time for passionate creators of all ages to start a podcast. RAdm Kirkham and Chloe VardySpotify Original podcast …

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THE SCOOP | RCM Launches Oscar Peterson Program: Tuition-Free Music Education for Young Musicians

The Royal Conservatory of Music (Photo: Eduard Hueber, The Royal Conservatory of Music) The Royal Conservatory has announced details of the Oscar Peterson programme. The initiative comes several months after the MRC renamed its music school in honor of the famous Canadian pianist. The program will provide free music training …

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Your chance to gaze at Roman treasures at Helmsley Archeology Shop

VISITORS will be able to gaze at treasures from Roman times when an archaeological store opens for the first time since the pandemic. The Helmsley Archeology Store, in Helmsley, North Yorkshire, contains several hundred thousand artefacts, ranging in age from the prehistoric period to the Cold War era. Most of …

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Charitable endowment provides more grants for St. Petersburg projects

St. Petersburg shooting range on the Mitkof Highway (Joe Viechnicki/KFSK) The Petersburg Community Foundation this week announced $32,910 in grants for projects and programs in Petersburg. The foundation’s endowment fund has now donated nearly a quarter of a million dollars to nonprofits since residents established it in 2008. The endowment …

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NFT Music Platform FanTiger Raises $5.5M in Seed Funding to Empower Indie Artists

ArtistFirst Technology Inc, which operates NFT music marketplace FanTiger, announced on Tuesday that it raised $5.5 million in a funding round led by Multicoin Capital. The round also saw participation from Krafton, Pravega Ventures, GAMA, Woodstock Fund, IOSG Ventures, Polygon Studios and individuals Sandeep Nailwal (co-founder of Polygon), Gokul Rajaram, …

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Property taxes are a concern, but caution is advised | 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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JCC Entrepreneurship Center project seen as a key cog in downtown development | Business

WATERTOWN — For years, people have talked about the impact Jefferson Community College would have if it had a downtown presence. In about 15 months, this long-held goal is about to become a reality. JCC is partnering with Neighbors of Watertown to open an education center in the former Strand …

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SiriusXM acquires podcast company Team Coco from Conan O’Brien for $150 million – TechCrunch

SiriusXM Holdings, Inc. today announced the acquisition of Team Coco, the podcast network and digital media business led by Conan O’Brien. The $150 million deal (valuation first reported by The Wall Street Journal) will see the former NBC and TBS host’s late-night interview podcast “Conan O’Brien Needs a friend,” plus …

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Apple Music raises subscription prices for students in other countries: is it still the same in the US?

Students get a lower price to subscribe on different platforms, as long as they have proof of enrollment and stay at the university to support it. Apple Music is a platform that offers a student discount to the general public, but it recently increased its prices for its subscription plans …

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Fantastic exhibitions, major retrospectives on view at suburban Chicago museums this summer

Many people prefer to be outdoors in the summer. But on those sweltering days or those stormy days that make outdoor activities impossible, you might want to check out the myriad options at Chicago-area museums. Observe fantastic creatures inspired by folklore or the tribal treasures of indigenous peoples, get up …

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Joe Hawke, leader of the Takaparawhau occupation, has died

Joe Hawke – the prominent kaumātua and activist who led the long-running Takaparawhau occupation of Auckland’s Bastion Point in the late 1970s – has died aged 82. Joe Hawke at Ihumatao in 2019 Photo: RNZ / Dan Cook Born in Tāmaki Makaurau in 1940, Joseph Parata Hohepa Hawke of Ngāti …

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Managing the Madrid podcast: Mbappe’s emergency episode

This episode of the Managing Madrid podcast is brought to you by Moxy South Beach Hotelproud sponsors of the Managing Madrid Podcast World Tour. In this episode, Kiyan Sobhani, Matt Wiltse, Jose Perez and Siddharth Ramsundar discussed: Kylian Mbappé’s 180 turn The Spanish press and their reports on the safa …

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Under the direction of Arcade Fire, the pivotal years of Canadian music on the world stage are told

Those who have come of age with Drake and The Weeknd being among the biggest names in music, period, might take it for granted that Canadian artists can reach such heights. But this has not always been the case. In flaming heartsMichael Barclay delivers an authoritative (exhaustive, even) analysis of …

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DHR Global tapped by Museum of Arts and Sciences to find new leader

May 20, 2022 – Chicago-based executive search firm DHR Global has been retained by the Museum of Arts and Science (MOAS) in Daytona Beach, Florida to lead its search for a new executive director. The mission is led by James Abruzzo, Managing Partner, Nonprofit Global Practice and Michele Baird Counter …

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JULIAN LENNON’S EXCLUSIVE AUDIOVISUAL NFT WITH BELOVED SONG “IMAGINE” LIVE ON FRIDAY, MAY 20 AT 12:00 PM EST

Julian’s NFT rendition of the song, including the full recording and a personal account, will be released on the YellowHeart Marketplace NEW YORK, May 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — yellow heartNFT marketplace for music, ticketing and community tokens, which accepts both crypto and credit card payments, announced today an exclusive NFT …

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Deadline TV Talk Podcast – Deadline

Deadline TV critic Dominic Patten and awards columnist Pete Hammond are taking on TV, talk show and status staple status as this year’s Emmy race gears up. It’s all in our latest edition of the Deadline Podcast series, TV conference. We argue that it may be time for some new …

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Podcast monitoring skyrockets as YouTube overtakes Spotify for

“Podcast watchers”, who access massively via YouTube, are younger, lean men and more new to podcasting Women make up the majority of new podcast listeners Spotify and YouTube are the most used platforms among new podcast listeners Ad creative opportunity: Podcast listeners prefer fun and entertaining ads over dry/boring ads …

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Tencent Music’s Q1 revenue down, shares rise on hopes of regulatory easing

The logo of Chinese group Tencent Music Entertainment is seen next to an earphone in this illustration photo taken March 22, 2021. REUTERS/Florence Lo/Illustration Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register HONG KONG, May 17 (Reuters) – China’s Tencent Music Entertainment (TME.N) reported a 15% drop in first-quarter …

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The Albers Foundation launches a Senegalese museum housing returned objects – ARTnews.com

A new museum in Senegal dedicated to exhibiting African art and storing repatriated artefacts is set to open in early 2025, the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation announced this week. The future museum, Bët-bi, which translates in the West African Wolof dialect as “the eye”, will be located in the …

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HyperX renews sponsorship of Team Liquid and welcomes scrum god Juan “Hungrybox” DeBiedma as HyperX Hero and Global Ambassador

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–HyperX, the gaming peripheral team of HP Inc. and brand leader in gaming and esports, today announced its renewed sponsorship with professional gaming organization, Team Liquid, as an official peripheral partner. Highlighting his commitment to the esports community and enhancing HyperX’s growing roster, Melee God Juan “Hungrybox” …

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Managing the Madrid Podcast: Post-match thoughts on Cadiz; Las Blancas qualify for UWCL; Mumbai Q&A

This episode of the Managing Madrid podcast is brought to you by The guild. — proud sponsors of the Managing Madrid Podcast World Tour! This episode is divided into 3 parts. Part 1, Cadiz post-match: Why was Jesus Vallejo playing right-back? Form regarding Eder Militao Rodrygo does stuff Fede Valverde’s …

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Billboard Music Awards 2022 Free Live Stream: Time, TV Channel, Performers, Nominees, How to Watch Online (05/15/22)

the Billboard Music Awards 2022 will help wrap up the weekend in style when the annual awards show, hosted by Sean “Diddy” Combs from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, airs on Sunday May 15, at 5 p.m.. PT/8 p.m. ET with a live stream on NBC. • You can …

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New York City museum showcases Indigenous perspectives

NEW YORK — When he first visited the American Museum of Natural History, Morgan Guerin had a list. Not things he wanted to check, though – a list of things he hated. It started with seeing some insignia of his Musqueam Indian band – sacred items not intended for public …

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Turkovich Family Wines owner featured on Visit California podcast

Chris Turkovich, owner of Turkovich Family Wines, was featured on a Visit California podcast focused on travel tips for Northern Californians. “We’re definitely kind of off the radar in terms of California, but we’re right in the middle of things,” Turkovich said of Yolo County. “It’s a very diverse county …

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A free live music series is coming to downtown Brampton this weekend

Preferred region How does this work? By Ryan Rumbolt Published on May 13, 2022 at 1:55 p.m. Brampton music lovers can catch free shows this weekend across the city. The artists will perform at local restaurants in Brampton on Saturday, May 14, with more performances scheduled in the coming weeks …

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Auckland Central City Library basement fire

James Halpin / Stuff Fire crews attend to a fire at Auckland Central Library in the CBD. A fire has been brought under control in the basement of Auckland Central City Library, Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ) said. The fire did not threaten any valuable collections in the basement, …

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Cleveland radio legend Jeff Kinzbach and wife Patti team up with cleveland.com on ‘Rocking the RV Life’ podcast

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Jeff Kinzbach is a rock radio legend from Cleveland, retiring in 2020 after an epic 50 years on the air, first as part of Buzzard Morning Zoo on WMMS-FM/100.7 in Cleveland and later at WONE-FM /97.5 in Akron. These days, Kinzbach is on a different, less hectic …

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How to watch Cubs-D-backs on Apple TV, May 13, 2022

Friday night’s game between the Cubs and D-backs — which pits D-backs starter Zach Davies, in the midst of a stellar season, against a Cubs roster with outfielder Seiya Suzuki — will air exclusively on Apple TV. +. It will not be available on your local cable provider or MLB.TV. …

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THIS IS THE SHIP THAT PUT SAILORS IN THE METAVERSE

SINGAPORE, May 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — THIS IS THE SHIP, from Asia biggest festival at sea, has been sailing the seven seas since 2014 and is about to embark on a journey into the metaverse after a three-year hiatus. It will be from Asia first music festival to combine blockchain …

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LAFC Partners with Foundation Fighting Blindness to Welcome Visually Impaired Fans to Banc Of California Stadium

LAFC is partnering with the Foundation Fighting Blindness to welcome blind and visually impaired fans to LAFC games at Banc of California Stadium this season. Leveraging the team’s partnership with Mixhalo audio technology, fans will have access to crystal-clear real-time gameplay in English with ESPN LA’s Dave Denholm call-in and …

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The best design and architecture podcasts to listen to in 2022

Photos, renderings, plans, sections, elevations, 3D visualizations, immersive realities: these are the main storytelling and communication tools for architecture and design. In the era of digital journalism and social media, words become almost marginal to the need to visualize content – ​​often at risk of falling into superficiality. At …

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510 Day, Bachata by the Basin and Town Up Tuesday music fest

It’s hard to believe we’re already in the second week of May. Blink and before you know it summer will be upon us and hopefully bring warmer weather. All of the events we offer this week are outdoors, so be sure to bring extra layers in case it gets cold. …

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Labcorp acquires diagnostic clinical laboratory services from AtlantiCare

BURLINGTON, NC, and TOWNSHIP OF EGG HARBOUR, NJ–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Labcorp (NYSE: LH), a leading global life sciences company, and AtlantiCare, southern New Jersey’s largest healthcare organization, today announced that they have entered into a transaction to extend their long-term strategic relationship. Labcorp will acquire certain assets of AtlantiCare’s clinical outreach business, …

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11 of the best true-crime podcasts that will have you biting your nails in suspense – Laura Davis

What makes us so fascinated by crime? Is it the motives behind the action of the culprits, sympathy for the victims, or the sneaky suspicion that if it weren’t for the circumstances and sheer luck, we might find ourselves embroiled in the kind of stories we routinely spill ? The …

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Dawes Announces New Album, Free Full Concert Movie Stream, and Tour Dates; share the first song

Acclaimed Los Angeles Rockers Dawes share their epic new single, “Someone Else’s Café / Doomscroller Tries to Relax”, available now via Rounder Records on all DSPs and streaming services. An official music video is also available today via YouTube. “Someone Else’s Café/Doomscroller Tries to Relax” marks the opening track of …

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Portsmouth Athenaeum Standing Together exhibition on LGBTQ+ activism

Sherry wood | Special for Seacoastonline PORTSMOUTH – The timing of “Standing Together: Seacoast LGBTQ+ Social and Support Groups” couldn’t be better, according to Tom Kaufhold, who curates the exhibition which opens June 3 at the Randall Gallery at the Portsmouth Athenaeum. “We exist, we existed, we were part of …

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Five mental health podcasts you should consider listening to

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, here are five podcasts focused on mental healing and wellness. From therapists to country music stars, check out our top picks for a healthy mental life! 1. Therapy for black girls the therapy for black girls podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. …

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Free gas, discount for mothers before Mother’s Day

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – Ahead of this Mother’s Day weekend, several organizations have organized a giveaway to give back to mums in Birmingham. Cars lined up on May 5, 2022 outside the Five Points West Mobile gas station on Bessemer Road. Jefferson County Commissioner Sheila Tyson partnered with More than …

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April revenue to soaring state treasury | Community News

Country united states of americaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, …

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Lilliput libraries: a small project with a strong community impact

A few years ago, Ruth Arnison, a woman from Dunedin, had an unusual idea for a library – small, brightly painted cabinets filled with free books for anyone to borrow, borrow or donate. She called them Lilliput Libraries and placed 10 of them around the city – wondering if they …

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Saskatchewan. podcast project seeks to keep endangered indigenous languages ​​alive

A new podcast series from a project of the First Nations University of Canada and community members aims to revitalize endangered languages. On Thursday, the Saskatchewan-based university launched the pîkiskwêwin podcast project, a collection of Indigenous and community-led programs aimed at “preserving, protecting and interpreting First Nations history, language, culture …

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You can still hear the headliner while wearing a mask

Opinion It used to be that the best way to support your favorite bands was to pay for their music. Now, it could also be about wearing a mask during their shows. Over the past few months, artists have canceled tour dates everywhere due to positive cases of COVID-19, whether …

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Mandy Owen is running for Greenmeadow Ward County Council as a Labor Party candidate. Find out why Mandy thinks you should vote for her on May 5

mandy owen Mandy was asked to answer this question- You should vote for me in the Greenmeadow election because– and here is his answer Hello everyone, my name is Mandy Owen. I’ve lived in Greenmeadow most of my life. I grew up here, moved here when I got married, and …

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Round 1 playoff preview –

April 28, 2022; Denver, Colorado, USA; Colorado Avalanche left wing Artturi Lehkonen (62) and Nashville Predators defenseman Roman Josi (59) battle for control of the puck in the second period at Ball Arena. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Listen to “Round 1 Playoff Preview” on Spreaker. Mile High Sports’ …

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Celtic song and dance take the Oak Bay stage for Mother’s Day show – Vancouver Island Free Daily

Newcombe Singers perform Celtic Reflections on Mother’s Day, May 8, at St. Mary’s Church in Oak Bay. (Black Press Media file photo) Celtic song and dance take the Oak Bay stage for Mother’s Day show Newcombe Singers explore music old and new on May …

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Committees selected by Zoom, the great leveler

Select committees, a crucial part of the legislative process, have become more accessible to the public through Zoom online video conferencing. While MPs who chair select committees say there’s nothing like having senior officials in the room with them when they need a toast, they recognize that Zoom is quite …

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Chicago Bears 2022 Draft Class Recap Podcasts

After each selection made by the Chicago Bears in the 2022 NFL Draft, we’ll record an instant reaction podcast breaking down the pick. These will be focused for about 10/15 minutes only on our brand new Bear. Most of them will be streamed live on YouTube, all of them will …

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Stagecoach Livestream 2022: How to watch the country music festival online

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Rolling Stone may receive an affiliate commission. It’s been a long few years, but one of country music’s biggest festivals is finally making a return to the desert this weekend in California. the Stagecoach Country …

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Podcast: Cybermercenaries and the digital “wild west”

Listen: The concept of mercenaries, enlisted soldiers and specialists working privately to fight a nation’s battles, is almost as old as warfare itself. In our fourth episode of “Patching the System”, we discuss the threat cyber mercenaries pose to individuals, governments and the private sector. We’ll look at how spyware …

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Spotify chief pulls music streaming group away from Netflix

Spotify chief executive Daniel Ek has sought to steer his company away from Netflix, telling investors the two are “very different businesses”, after Netflix’s recent stock price crash slashed the value of Netflix. Spotify by a fifth. “I think a lot of people lump us together with Netflix. . . …

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The city in New Zealand that needs a passport

To add to the festivities, a “president” is elected each Republic Day. John Herlihy currently holds the seat of power, who says he “was sort of bulldozed there by neighbors and grandkids in 2017”. He added: “It all sounded like a bit of a laugh, but when the day came …

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Managing the Madrid Podcast: Manchester City preview; Rude thoughts

This episode of the Managing Madrid podcast is brought to you by Bisha Hotel Torontowhere you will need to book your stay when you come to see us in Toronto in October (Clasico weekend). Book your tickets here. This episode comes in two parts. Part One: Kiyan Sobhani and Jose …

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C&O Canal Boats, Georgetown French Market and Chocolate Festival

Traveling on the C&O Canal. Photo courtesy of Georgetown Heritage. Happy AAPI Heritage Month! Hello neighbor, It’s hot outside ! So what should you do from April 25 to May 1? For your convenience, this newsletter includes emojis to help you during these unprecedented times: The 🛋 indicates that an …

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Widow asks construction workers for help in asbestos mystery

The widow of a retired construction worker is appealing for her husband’s former co-workers to come forward following his death from asbestos-related cancer. Alan Knowles, of Hinckley, died of mesothelioma, a cancer of the lung lining associated with exposure to asbestos, often decades before. The diagnosis came as a shock …

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Shanghai erects metal barriers to fight COVID-19

A man wearing a face mask walks past a masked security guard standing guard at a barricaded entrance displaying a health QR code and temperature scanner at a commercial office complex, Sunday, April 24, 2022, in Beijing. Beijing is on high alert after 10 middle school students tested positive for …

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Joe Rogan says he gained 2 million podcast subscribers at height of ‘misinformation’ controversy

Joe Rogan claimed his podcast subscriber count actually increased when he was criticized for spreading misinformation about Covid-19. In February, Rogan found himself at the center of controversy after hosting a podcast guest who claimed Americans were being “hypnotized” into wearing masks and getting vaccinated. Footage then resurfaced online showing …

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Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr feels ‘loose’ to write the songs he loves | UK News

Former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr says he feels ‘let go’ after finally letting go of any ‘baggage’ he once felt about people expecting him to play a certain way. Speaking to Sky News about the release of his double album Fever Dreams Pts 1-4, the musician – who is widely …

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Amherst Community Theatre, Yiddish Book Center welcomes visitors again with new events and programs

The pandemic has wreaked havoc on musical groups, theater companies, dance troupes and others over the past two years. But many have now returned to live shows – and now it’s the turn of Amherst Community Theatre. ACT, which presented its last performance, “Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical,” in January …

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911 audio of Franklin propane explosion captures panic

FRANKLIN, Va. — We are learning more about a home explosion in Franklin that left two seriously injured and more than 70 homes in the Berkley Court community without hot water for a week. We received the 911 calls from that terrifying night. It’s something you’ll only hear on News …

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“The Lord of the Rings” Podcast “Not Another F**king Elf” Launched

PODCAST British critic, writer, producer, curator and director Catherine Bray and Director of Film Acquisitions and Festival Programming Advisor Paul Ridd launched a weekly podcast dedicated to JRR Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings”. “Not Another F**king Elf” is a character guide podcast that dives into each character from “The Lord …

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JRLDM Announces Free Launch Performance And Live Stream Of ‘Mood Swing’ Album

Filipino rapper JRLDM will launch his debut album “Mood Swing” with a free performance and live stream. The performance will take place on Friday, April 22 to celebrate the release of the album and will take place at 123Block, Mandala Park from 8:00 p.m. local time. The album launch will …

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How to plan a round the world trip aboard the 196m The World

Ownership of a luxury home on The world offers an unparalleled opportunity to explore the world from the comfort of your own home at sea. Since her delivery in 2002, the 196 meter private residential yacht has visited over 1,000 ports of call on seven continents. But with owners representing …

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ABC Regional Storyteller Fellowship Winners Announced

The 2022 ABC Regional Storytelling Fellowship has been awarded to two content creators with disabilities from the NSW region and Queensland. They are Jessica Horner from Wagga Wagga, NSW and Raven Cook from Cairns, Queensland. The Fellowship promotes emerging content creators with disabilities who live outside of capital cities, helping …

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Podcast: Breaking down what the Cincinnati Bengals will do in the 2022 NFL Draft

CINCINNATI— Will the Bengals take a cornerback with the 31st overall pick? Jake Liscow and I are joined by Joe Goodberry to discuss this topic and more. We also talk about offensive linemen, defensive linemen and draft crosses. Listen to Locked on Bengals below and follow on YouTube, iTunes, Spotify, …

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Medical Bills Can Really Hurt Your Credit Rating | Quigley

Neither your mortgage nor your auto loan appear on your consumer credit report. But the hospital and doctor bills are there. And, my boy! can they hurt your credit score. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently released a report showing that 58% of debts sent for collection relate to …

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⚾️ Kansas hosts Texas Southern for Buck O’Neil Classic Tuesday Night – Kansas Jayhawks

LAURENT, Kan. — The Kansas Jayhawks will host the Texas Southern Tigers for a two-game series beginning with the Buck O’Neil Classic on Tuesday night at Legends Field in Kansas City at 6 p.m. CT. Fans wishing to purchase tickets can contact the Kansas Box Office at 785-864-3141, visit the …

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DC’s Besties Who Host a True Crime Podcast

From left to right: Michelai Graham and Amanda Washington. Photo credit: Ashli ​​J. Washington When Michelai Graham, 28, and Amanda Washington, 29, first met in 2017 as part of a graduate program at an American university, they didn’t think they would love each other . “The first memory I really …

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Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus says he’s ‘glad to be here’ seven months after being declared ‘cancer-free’

Mark Hoppus returns to the public after his year-long battle with lymphoma cancer. The Blink-182 bassist and co-vocalist looked happy and healthy as he stepped out with his wife and friends from a restaurant in West Hollywood on Saturday night. During a brief interview with a TMZ Photographer, the rocker …

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Ipswich thanked for generosity to refugees

Published: 16:00 16 April 2022 Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February there have been many appeals in Ipswich for help and funds to support the refugees. Much of that help has now arrived in the places that need it most. Magdalena Chambers, one of the directors of the …

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Pikes Peak Library District has focused efforts on equity and diversity in several segments of the community | Content reserved for subscribers

Many readers head to libraries in search of peaceful respite in a pleasant atmosphere, a vision of tranquility seen in stark contrast to the accusations of politicization that have swirled around the leadership of the Pikes Peak Library District in recent months . Since then, district leaders say high-level community …

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Grand Rapids police pull fallout

On April 4, Grand Rapids resident Patrick Lyoya, 26, was shot and killed by a Grand Rapids police officer. The fallout from Lyoya’s tragic death has been significant and has left many in the community searching for answers. Among those community members are government officials and officials, such as Grand …

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The Department of Theater Arts at the University of the Island presents the musical “Into the Woods”

MOSCOW, Idaho — April 14, 2022 — The University of Idaho Department of Theater Arts presents Stephen Sondheim’s award-winning musical “Into the Woods” at 7:30 p.m. April 29, 30, and May 7; and 2:30 p.m. April, 1 and 2 May, at the Hartung Theatre, 625 Stadium Drive, Moscow. Admission is …

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Recover Out Loud: How an Alaskan Created a Podcast to Support His Sobriety and Help Others Too

Ralph Sara, producer of the Anonymous Eskimo Recovery podcast, sits in his bedroom’s recording studio, which looks like a sound-absorbing fort made of PVC pipes and moving blankets. (Jeff Chen/Alaska Public Media) Ralph Sara hits the big time. “This is my studio,” Sara said, pointing to a rectangular PVC pipe …

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All activities, shopping and more available on Coachella weekends

Most people who attend the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival are there for the performances, and this year’s lineup with Harry Styles, Billie Eilish and Swedish mafia house with The Weeknd is definitely one you won’t want to miss. But scattered all over the grounds of the Empire Polo …

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LFLA presents Something In Common exhibit at the Los Angeles Public Library

The Library Foundation of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL) today announce a major new series of exhibitions and programs called Something in Common, highlighting the ways we form community. The exhibition will run from May 7 to November 6, 2022. Exploring Unique Connections, Something in Common, …

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Three-Day Music Residency at WIU to Celebrate African-American Composer – Western Illinois University

Three-day musical residency at WIU to celebrate the African-American composer April 11, 2022 MACOMB, IL — A relationship, developed through a love of music and culture, led to a unique ensemble gathering at Western Illinois University for a three-day residency in May to record an important sacred work from an …

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Best things to do this week: April 11-17, 2022

The Road to River Revival Concert Series returns this week to Market Square Park in downtown | Courtesy of Market Square Park Updated Sunday, April 10, 2022 at 11:30 a.m. Make the most of your week with our top 15 festivals, events and things to do this week in Houston …

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Research in Portland shows promise in pod villages for homeless people

Your browser does not support the audio element. Portland is home to Dignity Village, one of the first and oldest homeless pod villages. More of these communities have been established around Portland and other cities in recent years as one of many ways to meet the needs of people living …

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Smithsonian podcast centers queer voices in aerospace

How did gay flight attendants fare in the early days of air travel? Can science fiction with LGBTQ+ characters make the space more inclusive? What is the Air Force and Space Force doing to address LGBTQ+ issues? These questions are just a sampling of those asked and answered in QueerSpace, …

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Jack White proposes, gets married on stage at shock concert in Detroit

A very good day turned into an extraordinary Friday night for Jack White. To a surprised roar from a packed audience at the Masonic Temple Theater, White culminated his comeback show in Detroit by proposing to his girlfriend, musician Olivia Jean. Returning for the show’s ostensible encore five minutes later, …

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A captivating speech by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, a partnership with Global Citizen & Beyond

Editor’s note: The 2022 GRAMMY Awards show, officially known as the 64th GRAMMY Awards, has been rescheduled through Sunday, April 3 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The article below was updated on Tuesday, January 18 to reflect the show’s new date and location. The Recording Academy …

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Triple Threat Podcast: Relive the 2022 NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four

South Carolina won the 2022 NCAA championship last weekend, and if you’ve been listening to Triple Threat this season, that result should come as no surprise. It was the best team all year from start to finish, with the nation’s best player in Aliyah Boston, and the deserving NCAA Tournament …

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Memorial Union Terrace set to open next week, UW reveals

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – Patio season is less than a week away! The Memorial Union Terrace will reopen next Wednesday filled with its famous green, yellow and orange chairs covered in a sunburst design, the University of Wisconsin revealed Thursday. “Terrace chairs, with their unique, patented design, have become synonymous …

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SunLive – Glass makes a welcome return to curbside

Glass crates are making their long-awaited return to Western Bay’s curbside collection service. Blue glass crates will return to curbside collection times from Monday, April 11. Food waste collections still cannot be collected. “The restoration of glass crate collection comes as collective Kerbside contractors from Western Bay of Plenty District …

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