Hometown Collections Exhibition to Open at Summit Art Gallery | News, Sports, Jobs

An example of what visitors to the Summit Art Gallery will see as part of the opening of the Hometown Collections exhibition on January 28 — Contribution WEIRTON – From January 28 to March 10, the Summit Art Gallery at 3539 Main St., Weirton, will present an exhibition of works …

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No live broadcast of the special board meeting

(Des Moines, Iowa – January 13, 2022) – Due to limited staff capacity, the City Communications Office is unable to livestream the special Friday morning (January 14) City Council meeting. from Des Moines. We will then post an audio recording of the event on DSM.city. The meeting begins at 7:30 …

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Podcasts of the Week: American Politics, Tove Janssen and Captivating History

A year ago, last week, a crowd of Donald Trump supporters stormed the United States Capitol. You might think you know the story – “QAnon, social media, disgruntled voters” – Danielle Stephens said in The Guardian. But even for those familiar with the background, Gabriel Gatehouse’s new Radio 4 series …

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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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Richmond Hill Public Library waives overdue fines for thousands of patrons

The Richmond Hill Public Library wants you to start the New Year with a clean slate. This is why the RHPL Board of Directors approved the removal of all overdue fines in the future, and also removed all existing overdue fines on accounts receivable, with immediate effect. “Late payment fines …

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UNC Researchers Receive $ 4.3 Million From PCORI To Study Strategies To Improve Health Outcomes For Youth With Developmental And Developmental Disabilities And Their Parents

Kathleen C Thomas, PhD, MPH of UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy to lead a comparative research study on the effectiveness in improving health outcomes for youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and their parents through two interventions peer group, one led by parents and one adding training in advocacy …

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Listen to CW69 shows podcasts anytime – CW69 Atlanta

Listen to CW69 shows podcasts anytime – CW69 Atlanta

You can listen to podcasts from some of your favorite CW69 shows whenever you want. Just choose your favorite podcast app. The Drew Barrymore Show READ MORE: Three NFL games moved due to COVID-19 outbreaks You can watch The Drew Barrymore Show weekday mornings at 9 a.m. on CW69, but …

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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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Chippewa Valley High School and Roseville family help Kentucky tornado victims – Macomb Daily

The Harrison family of Roseville celebrated Christmas Eve 2021 in the parking lot of Chippewa Valley High School, collecting gifts not for themselves but for the tornado-ravaged town of Mayfield, Ky. The Harrisons have family ties to Mayfield, Ky., The town devastated by a tornado on December 10, 2021. Roger …

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Kathputli live: Musicians, puppeteers from Delhi colony will attract digital viewers | Latest India News

These days, a group of about half a dozen artists from the Kathputli Colony – puppeteers, drummers, dancers – come together, wearing masks, to practice their art in a small aerocon room. The room, whose wall is covered with black fabric, has a mobile phone on a tripod, a microphone, …

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Stick to Sports Podcast: Ohio State Football Recap, Buckeye Donut Craving, Catfish Biff’s, More

Land-Grant Holy Land’s Stick to Sports is unlike any podcast you’ve heard on the Ohio state to beat. Your hosts, Matt Tamanini and Jami Jurich, will be talking about Ohio State sports (of course), but the show’s main focus will be on what happens on the outskirts, like weird / …

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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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Link to the library: Binging on hoopla

If you’ve used the hoopla before, you’ll know that it provides free instant loans to your digital device or computer via your library card to over 500,000 titles available to stream instantly, ranging from movies, TV episodes, albums to full music, eBooks, comics and audiobooks. One of the long-standing traditions …

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Omicron’s Wrath – The Voice of San Diego

The temporary bridge shelter of the Alpha project in Barrio Logan. / Photo by Adriana Heldiz At the dawn of the new year, omicron is unleashed. The latest variant of the super contagious coronavirus has been fueled by the holidays and is now hampering everyday life – and San Diego …

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Faster Than Sound: Concert Schedules Crumble Amid Omicron Surge: Free Week Handles Cancellations, Tighter Safety Guidelines Reappear – Music

The evolution of concert programming during a wave of COVID (Left side courtesy of Croy and the Boys) Last Sunday Austin booker Trish connelly tweeted a concise statistic evaluating his upcoming week: “When you book 20 groups over the course of Free week and arrives on January 2, there are …

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‘A Site of Struggle: American Art against Anti-Black Violence’ will debut at the Block Museum of Art on January 26

A new exhibit will explore the different ways that American artists have battled anti-black violence over the past 100 years. “A Site of Struggle: American Art against Anti-Black Violence,” curated and presented by the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University, will premiere on January 26, 2022 …

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Community center modernized in 2021 | Local news

With the Community Center reaching 20 years of use, the City invested in improvements to the facility in 2021. Community Services staff proposed improvements to improve the community center with $ 550,000 set aside in the capital budget to begin a longer term vision for the facility. A summary of …

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No Huddle Podcast: Can the 49ers take care of business and sign their ticket to the play-offs?

Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports Al and Zain examine the Week 18 game against the Los Angeles Rams and the San Francisco 49ers’ chances of securing a playoff berth. More: Trey Lance’s performances and future The big three of the 49ers in attack DeMeco Ryan share on the rise High School …

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Lakeway approves zoning for higher density housing despite setback

Lakeway City Council approved two new residential zoning designations on Monday evening, including one for condos and another for higher density housing at 20 units per acre, despite some setback from the community. The two new designations are requested in the overall city plan, which was approved in 2020. Deputy …

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’77 Flavors’ podcast takes couple to every neighborhood to dine out and explore Chicago history

LAKEVIEW – A Lakeview couple expand perceptions of the city’s people – and their palates – in a popular podcast that explores Chicago one neighborhood restaurant at a time. Jordanian cook Sara Faddah and comedian Dario Durham, co-hosts of “77 Flavors of Chicago,” kicked off the weekly podcast on a …

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PODCAST: Colts podcast reveals why Indianapolis Colts lost to Las Vegas Raiders

The Indianapolis Colts prepared very well for Sunday’s game. After big wins over the New England Patriots and Arizona Cardinals, the Colts have placed themselves safely in the playoff table and prepared to claim the AFC’s fifth seed. However, the Las Vegas Raiders entered Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday and …

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Elvis Presley Birthday Events

This week marks what would have been Elvis Presley’s 87th birthday. As always, Graceland and Elvis Presley Enterprises will celebrate the occasion with several days of events, reflections and concerts. While luxury passes and packages are available, here are 5 things – both free events and paid shows available for …

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Accessorize the metaverse with luxury AR portable NFTs

The new year is bursting with style and luxury fashion AR wearable is coming in full force. Space port Going forward, the Metaverse will be bursting with style. But which fashion brands will be playing it this year and in the future? Just as the Cryptopunks sparked the NFT collectible …

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New citizen science project aims to track important avian migration routes in Nova Scotia

Each year in southwestern Nova Scotia, a barely noticeable series of nocturnal chirps signals the presence of a bird route in the sky above. A citizen-focused project is now using new technology and AI to map these migratory routes and other important habitats in the province. The Listening Together project …

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Instant recap podcast: record-breaking performances lead Buckeyes to Rose Bowl victory

After some struggles in the first half, the Ohio State offense exploded behind two record performances to beat Utah 48-45 at the Rose Bowl. The Buckeyes end their season with a strong defensive half and a lot of confidence in the young r Listen to the episode and subscribe: Subscribe: …

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Pritam composes music for THIS Salman Khan production

One of the highlights of the film is Pritam’s music in Ranveer Singh starrer 83. When asked how he conceptualized the songs in the film, he said, “I have memories of listening to the comments on the radio then. But when director Kabir Khan gave me the script to read, …

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Buck Off Podcast: Rose Bowl Preview, CFP Forecast, Why We’re Angry With Kevin Wilson

Listen to the episode and subscribe: Subscribe: RSS | Apple | Spotify | Stapler | Google podcasts | iHeart Radio In today’s episode of “Buck Off with Christopher Renne,” I am joined, as always, by Jordan williams to discuss the Ohio State Rose Bowl game against the Utah Utes. We …

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How the digital switchover and increased community engagement have helped Indian museums adapt to the new normal

A few museums in India vie to be something new in their post-pandemic recovery rather than a diminished version of what they were Open since May 2021, the Kerala Museum, one of the oldest in Kochi, located in lush greenery in the heart of Edappally, is increasingly crowded on weekends. …

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Thefts notebook: Cedric Tillman hits 1,000 yard landing mark at Music City Bowl

NASHVILLE – The math wasn’t too hard. Junior Redshirt Cedric Tillman entered the Music City Bowl with 69 yards to become Tennessee’s first 1,000-yard receiver since Justin Hunter in 2012 and only the ninth in program history. Tillman’s first catch of the day was a 41-yard touchdown on the fourth …

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Community calendar 30/12/01/06 | Community

The following events are scheduled to take place between Thursday December 30th and Thursday January 6th. 14 Exhibition of the artists’ gallery of the South Every day until December 30 Starring Karen Callahan, Narra Smith Cox, Steve Feren, Susan Merritt, Karen Nell McKean, Jennifer Peters, Julie Raasch, Timothy Seery, Pat …

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Music for the deaf, theater for the blind: how the arts reach out to people with disabilities

Companies like SRT are well aware of the struggle to generate demand. Although it has increased, Adams said the challenge remains that “the service may be available, but we shouldn’t expect people to just show up at the door.” Instead, gradually building a culture of patronizing the arts requires a …

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A&E Calendar: For the best in local entertainment | Local

These are anecdotes 6:30 pm at the Litchfield Eagles Club, 389 CSAH 34. This live hosted event features general questions with a free answer posted weekly on Facebook. Winners can win free beer and gift certificates. For more information, call 320-693-9008. Thursday and Friday December 30-31 Free skating East from …

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Community care services could be rationed in England | NHS

Care services in the community could be rationed amid the spread of Omicron, which is exploding staff absences in England’s public services. Choices will have to be made about which services can and cannot be covered, according to Patricia Marquis, English director of the Royal College of Nursing. “The services …

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Challenge the Professor: Berks Biz Heroes

I thought a great way to end the holiday season was to celebrate the business heroes in our community that you might not know. So, for this month’s Challenge the Prof, I looked to track down Berks’ corporate heroes. And, I found some SUPER! The kind who succeeds, cares about …

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Gilmore Girls: 9 Podcasts Fans Should Listen To

The original town of Stars Hollow is home to everyone’s favorite characters on Gilmore Girls. It’s a city that has good times inside Luke’s Diner, tasty meals at the Dragonfly Inn, and everything a person could possibly need at Doose’s Market. Part of the reason fans are revisiting Gilmore Girls …

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New Free Shows Announced As 2022 Toyota Country Music Festival Organizers Continue 50th Anniversary Plans | The head of the daily newspaper in the North

news, local news, DESPITE a return to restrictions on how venues host indoor events, organizers of the Tamworth Country Music Festival are pushing ahead with plans for a big 50th anniversary event in January. Tamworth venue owners and stakeholders gathered on Friday to decide the fate of the festival and …

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Preparations underway for talks on possible repairs, “tangible amendments” for damage from the Tulsa race massacre | Politics

The Tulsa Race Riot Commission’s redress recommendations included, in order of priority: payments to living survivors; payments to the descendants of those who suffered material damage during the violence; a scholarship fund; business tax incentives for the District of Greenwood; and a memorial. Mike simons It has now been more …

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The PLA faction has hit the wrong target

I campaigned for greater investment in Broadmeadows a decade before I was elected a local MP, founding the Global Learning Village model for lifelong learning at the heart of this impoverished community to the point of even missing of a public library. The proposal for global ideas proved to be …

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A look back at the 2021 all-around competition: the 10 best podcasts

Dec 26 2021 A look back at the 2021 all-around competition: the 10 best podcasts USEA / Leslie Mintz Photo. It doesn’t matter if you’re cleaning a booth, taking a long commute to an event, or just need something to listen to while you work, the USEA Podcast is your …

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The collection of dolls of Mawmaw Scott in DeRidder

DeRidder, LA (KPLC) – Some people collect coins and some may collect comics, but a local collects dolls. She’s a doll collector and her name is Estella Scott. Some describe her as a mainstay of the DeRidder community, and at her house you’ll find several of her different collections, but …

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Notice: The telescope that will replace Hubble will be launched at Christmas. Here’s why it’s important

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is a next-generation instrument designed to scan the cosmos, with capabilities that exceed and complement the venerable Hubble Telescope. It has been a long time coming, but it is a very exciting prospect to see the astronomical community take another step forward. The Webb …

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“Podcast films”? Feature-length fiction stretches the medium

What do you call a podcast that features a single fictional story in 90 minutes? It might look like a movie, but it clearly isn’t. It is reminiscent of the mid-century radio drama but involves no radio. “You could say ‘feature film podcasts‘, but that sounds boring,” said Chris Corcoran, …

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Maine writer donates $ 15,000 to reading program that welcomes immigrants

The generosity of a Maine author will allow more schools and libraries in Maine and across the country to participate in a reading program that welcomes immigrants to their new communities. Phillip Hoose, whose 13 books include National Book Award winner Claudette Colvin: Twice Toward Justice, donated $ 15,000 to …

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Hidden no more: New book from Free Soil Arts Collective tells the stories of Lowell’s Black

Cover of the book “Hidden in Plain Sight: Stories of Black Lowell”. PHOTO: HENRY MARTE, MARTE MEDIA Free Soil Arts Collective has launched a book of interviews with black residents of Lowell. “Hidden in Plain Sight: Stories of Black Lowell,” released December 13, delves into the town’s history that is …

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The best foreign policy podcast episodes of 2021

Foreign police Last year’s podcasts touched on some of the world’s biggest issues, but one issue, climate change, has come up several times. It has resurfaced in discussions of diplomacy and debates on the economy. This was the first issue we touched on in our podcast on how to build …

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Voice of Baceprot to release new material in free virtual concert

Indonesian metal trio Voice of Baceprot will perform the fourth edition of the Supermusic NEXTZone Live 360 ​​Virtual Concert alongside veteran musicians Barry Likumahuwa and Rey Marshall. The free virtual concert, which will be broadcast on December 23 exclusively via the organizer SuperliveThe Voice of Baceprot website and YouTube channel …

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Gray Metamoonverse announces its NFT marketplace on Cardano

Chicago, IL, December 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – (via Blockchain Wire) Metaverse has been a promising platform that has influenced the digital marketplace over the years. Gray Metamoonverse of a project locating her Metaverse through the Moon itself. With the need for land to settle in, there are many things …

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New “Downtown Park” to be Renamed “Watertown Area Community Foundation Square” (Audio) | Local news

At tonight’s City Council meeting (12/20/21), the naming rights agreement for the Watertown Area Community Foundation Plaza was submitted for approval and authorizing City Manager Amanda Mack to sign documents commemorating the grant. Jan Deberg – Executive Director, Board of Trustees Liam Culhane, Joel Vockrodt and Kristen Henderson were present …

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Support podcasts like Bent By Nature and Music Discovery

By Myke Dodge Weiskopf 20 December 2021 Salvation, It was December 1982 when Deirdre O’Donoghue made her debut in “SNAP!” on KCRW. The playlist reflected the avant-garde music of the time: Soft Cell, Grace Jones, Lene Lovich, Pigbag, Depeche Mode and many more. Over the next decade, Deirdre’s show became …

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Plymouth Music Center offering free Thai food to people in poverty

A community music center provides a free hot meal to those living in poverty or homelessness on New Year’s Eve. The Clipper, located at 65 Union Street, will be hosting a table service where they will serve TryThai’s Street food, suitable for vegans and meat eaters. This free gastronomic event …

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Buckhannon men raise donations for Mayfield and Kentucky tornado victims

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – Two men from Buckhannon collect supplies for victims affected by the tornado in Mayfield, Ky. The men moved to the grounds of the former Baily’s auto store to accept donations from the community. Donations such as pillows and blankets, soft new or used clothing, and toys for …

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Hospitality’s fear of Christmas as restaurant cancellations increase – Armagh I

With the Omicron variant spreading rapidly and vaccine passports becoming mandatory since December 13, restaurants are hit hard as Christmas approaches. Proof of vaccination, a negative Covid-19 test result or proof of natural immunity are now required to access restaurants and other indoor places. Armagh I have spoken to a …

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Jets will not make it to Music City

The Winnipeg Jets will not play in Nashville this week, after the NHL postponed all Nashville games until Christmas. The growing number of COVID-19 cases with the Preds has forced the league to take the plunge. Winnipeg was scheduled to meet Nashville on Tuesday at Music City, then play Wednesday …

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Hooktown Holidays warms up the collections | News, Sports, Jobs

Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry Warren Salvation Army Major Keith Jache (left) will be able to purchase more coats for those in need this winter thanks to a $ 1,500 donation from Hooktown Holidays presented by Terry Pearson . Hooktown Holidays helps spread some heat this holiday season. When …

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The pandemic failed to curb the generosity of federal employees

The best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. Not all federal employees may be in the office for the second consecutive holiday season. But your generosity is not discouraged by the pandemic. In fact, on Tuesday’s …

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Funky musical maze opens free to families at Dundee Museum

A multi-colored morphing indoor maze designed to make adults more playful has been unveiled at the V&A Design Museum in Dundee. Listening to Joy, created by Anglo-Nigerian artist Yinka Ilori, was created especially for V&A Dundee and is open to all ages to explore. It is made up of zippable …

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Dell Nashville STEAM Innovation Grant

The grant will fund student experiences and creative learning. Hydroponic gardens, setting up a broadcast studio and designing a new traffic flow to keep bus riders safe – these are not examples of college courses; these are examples of future student projects at five MNPS colleges. Five colleges have been …

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Hockey Mountain High podcast: Dermy loves violence –

December 14, 2021; Denver, Colorado, United States; Colorado Avalanche defenseman Kurtis MacDermid (56) warms up before the New York Rangers at Ball Arena. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Listen to “Dermy Loves Violence” on Spreaker. The Avalanche have beaten the New York Rangers for the second time in a …

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Hyland Cinema Pivots To Live Music For Sunfest Holiday Show

Breadcrumb Links Local arts Juno award-winning jazz singer Kellylee Evans comes to London for a Christmas performance at the city’s newest concert hall. Author of the article: Joe belanger Release date : Dec 15 2021 • 52 minutes ago • 2 minutes to read • Join the conversation Juno Award-winning …

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Hobsons Bay has the highest rate of missed trash cans on collection day, report says

By Molly Magennis New data from Victoria’s local government has provided insight into the performance of local councils throughout 2020 and 2021. The data gives boards a score out of 100 in each category. When it comes to community satisfaction with the council making decisions in the best interest of …

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ABC Heywire winners celebrate life stories across regional and rural Australia

ABC Heywire has announced the winners of its annual regional storytelling competition, which places young Australians at the center of the conversations that shape their communities. Hundreds of Australians aged 16 to 22 from regional, rural and remote areas entered the competition by ‘telling it like it is’ about life …

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Rebecca Lavoie now leads the NHPR podcast team

Podcast fans, rejoice: Rebecca Lavoie is on deck. The seasoned NHPR employee knows podcasts from all positions in the industry – she has been a longtime news writer as well as a respected podcast producer, host and critic. This week, she was appointed director of audio at the behest of …

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Police warn of online scam over fake football and music festival tickets

Action fraud data provided to South Yorkshire Police showed that a number of local residents were victims of ticket fraud after purchasing tickets online, which turned out to be fake. DC Gary Henshaw, of the Force Fraud Coordination Team, said: “In reports, the victim is buying plane tickets or tickets …

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Conversation and crypto with entrepreneur Mark Cuban

If Mark Cuban could play a superhero, who would he be? Unsurprisingly, a character of his own making: FIM or Failed Ironman. “He’s the person who invents things that always fail,” Cuban said. “He fails so much that he learns some really good lessons and he uses those lessons to …

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In brief: Pacific news

Samoa confirms Covid-19 case at MIQ The Samoa Ministry of Health has confirmed a positive case of Covid-19 detected among a group in quarantine at a hotel in Apia. Health Director General Leausa Dr Take Naseri confirmed that it was a 24-year-old man who had traveled from Hawaii via Fiji. …

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The Animated Podcast Ep. 144: DIARY OF A WIMPY KID Review, Oscar Contenders Released, SONIC THE HEDGEHOG 2 Trailer, and more

The animation podcast Ep. 144 The animation podcast is an official podcast of MovieBook. The Animation Podcast is an animation news podcast about the latest news on animated films and animated television shows. Every week, FilmBook contributor Ephraim Birney discusses American and international news. Show Notes Top news (1:40) Advertising …

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The stroller, Dec. 2021: Events in the Alle-Kiski valley

Advertise your holiday events, club meetings and fundraisers for free in The Stroller. Send the information at least a week in advance to [email protected] Please include a daytime phone number. Free Christmas dinner scheduled for Saturday Harvest Church in Natrona Heights, Harrison, will serve a free Christmas dinner from noon …

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Midwestern tornadoes activate nation’s emergency blood supply

Community blood centers respond to natural disasters CAROLINES AND GEORGIA, December 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Blood Emergency Readiness Corps (BERC) has been activated in response to the tornado outbreak in the Midwest. Yesterday’s inclement weather resulted in an immediate need for blood products in the areas affected by …

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Recap: Bombers’ names went to CFL Awards

HAMILTON – On the heels of an 11-3 season that has separated them from the rest of the field, it’s no surprise that the Winnipeg Blue Bombers also topped the 2021 CFL Awards. Quarterback Zach Collaros was named the league’s MVP, while Stanley Bryant was named the MVP. Linebacker Adam …

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Can Marc-André Fleury catch up with Martin Brodeur? – NBC Chicago

Blackhawks Talk podcast: Can Fleury catch up with Brodeur? originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago Our redesigned local news and weather app is live! Download it for iOS or Android – and sign up for alerts. In the latest Blackhawks Talk podcast, Pat Boyle and Charlie Roumeliotis discuss Marc-André Fleury’s …

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East Liverpool City Council speaks of understaffing and underfunding | News, Sports, Jobs

EAST LIVERPOOL – Little was said by a number of East Liverpool City employees, who were present at Monday’s regular council meeting. When offered the opportunity to speak during the personal privileges section of the meeting, they were successful; however, board members did not necessarily let them go unnoticed. Whether …

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Paul Davison of Clubhouse on Hypergrowth and Becoming a “Real Business”

In just a year, Clubhouse’s explosive growth forced incumbents in the industry like Facebook, Twitter and Spotify to introduce similar audio products or, in some cases, to make strategic acquisitions in the space. Amazon is working on its own competitor Clubhouse, according to The Verge. But the hype around social …

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Fort Hood Podcast Reaches Milestone of the Century | Item

The Great Big Podcast of Fort Hood co-hosts SPC. Garrett Dacko and Cpl. Kyra Pearl, both from the 11th Corps Signals Brigade, interviews guests of the podcast while the show’s producer and co-host Samantha Farlow checks audio levels during a recording session at Fort Hood , Texas, December 6. On …

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Best Classical Music of 2021

Rarely, however, has one or other of the pieces deployed the full force of the orchestra. “Vista” opens with an oboe game; “Innocence”, with just a handful of bass instruments before the entry of a howling bassoon. No note is foreign, in part because there aren’t many to start with. …

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Loan of laptops to facilitate the job search

It’s definitely not your grandfather’s library anymore. You can still browse your literary favorites, but the March of Time, which has seen offerings like audiobooks, videos, CDs and DVDs appear on library shelves in the past, has taken another leap forward. – to Jeffco, anyway. Chromebook laptops can now be …

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Quick Charge podcast: December 7, 2021

Hear a recap of Electek’s best stories from the day. Quick Charge is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple …

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Things to do in Penn State: December 9-17

Editor’s Note: This is the last edition of “Things to Do at Penn State” for the fall semester. “Things to do” will return with the start of classes for the spring semester 2022. What’s going on at Penn State? Here’s a look at some of the cultural events – in-person …

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Community fundraising of guides from Tullyallen for the benefit of the shelter for women and children of Drogheda

The Tullyallen Girl Guides group collected materials and toiletries for the Drogheda Women’s and Children’s Shelter in the community of Tullyallen last week. The girls advertised their collection by designing posters and displaying them in the community and in their schools. It was also posted on their Tullyallen Village Reviews …

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Washington Report Podcast: Omicron More Contagious Than Delta Variant As Demand For Vaccines Rises In US, Asia News and Top Stories

Washington Report Ep 26: Omicron More Contagious Than Delta Variant As Demand For Vaccines Rises In US 10:16 minutes Synopsis: Each week, The Straits Times analyzes the latest developments in the United States. Straits Times US bureau chief Nirmal Ghosh talks to Money FM 89.3‘s Elliot Danker and Bharati Jagdish …

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We will soon be launching BrandMusiq Labs, to refine sound branding and create wellness music: Rajeev Raja

Rajeev Raja, Founder and Soundsmith, BrandMusiq, a Mumbai-based global sound branding agency, describes his 10-year journey in this exciting new field, from educating clients to looking beyond the tactical jingle to raise the sound. at a level of identity for brands MAKE AN AGREEMENT Before we get to how we …

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Charleena Lyles lawsuit: Seattle reached $ 3.5 million settlement in fatal police shooting of pregnant mother of four

The case was due to be tried in February 2022, but the settlement was reached on Monday, according to a press release from lawyers representing Lyles’ family and estate. The terms of the settlement include the payment of $ 3.5 million and the dismissal of officers Steven McNew and Jason …

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This week in audio: Fat Leonard; Harsh Reality: The Story of Miriam Rivera; Postfaces: Stuart Hall | Podcasts

Fat Leonard | Brass projectThe Harsh Reality: The Story of Miriam Rivera | MarvellousSunday functionality: Postfaces: Stuart Hall (Radio 3) | BBC sounds A few juicy investigative podcasts from last week: Fat Leonard, which exposes the United States Navy’s taste for drugs, alcohol, luxury hotels, prostitutes, and life on the …

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Michael Buble’s live tour arrives at Waddesdon Manor in 2022

Grammy-winning singer Michael Bublé may well be considered the King of Christmas, but the Canadian megastar is already planning the summer – when he will perform in Buckinghamshire. The “Everything” singer, 46, announced an outdoor performance at Waddesdon Manor on Saturday, July 2, 2022. Michael Bublé is one of the …

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24-year-old artist made over $ 300,000 in 10 months selling NFTs

Since February, Lana Denina has earned more than $ 300,000 selling her art in the form of NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, on various platforms. But only a month earlier, she had just started to learn what they are. At the time, “I didn’t know anything about blockchain,” the 24-year-old told …

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Pamplin Media Group – Clackamas County Offers Life with Chronic Disease Course

Six-week free online workshop series aims to help people manage health issues Clackamas County will be offering a six-week free online workshop series on Living the Best of Your Life with Chronic Diseases. A maximum of 12 people can take each course while using their own devices or computers equipped …

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Quick Charge podcast: December 2, 2021

Hear a recap of Electek’s best stories from the day. Quick Charge is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple …

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London Music Awards push boundaries and opportunities for artists

Breadcrumb Links Local arts The Forest City London Music Awards will now include artists from beyond the city’s borders. Author of the article: Joe belanger Music Awards, said the widening of award eligibility to include areas around the city is a victory for musicians and the organization. (File photo)” class=”featured-image__image” …

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Students learn to help the community and the world

DAVID UNWIN / Tips Longburn Adventist College students Lucas Hewetson-Talamaivao, left Moses Medland and Milika Matangi, right, donate some goods to Palmerston North SPCA Kennel Supervisor Jaz De Groot. A Covid-19 hiatus in fundraising efforts hasn’t stopped a school in Manawatū from providing donations to those in need. Longburn Adventist …

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Campaigners call for impeachment of Kansas City police chief after comment

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A comment from Kansas City Police Chief Rick Smith at the Cameron Lamb shooting scene has upset many, including Mayor Quinton Lucas. The mayor said the chief’s words are harming the urban community. A recording of Smith speaking to other officers at the scene, where Lamb …

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On The Banks Podcast Episode 116: Rutgers Women’s Soccer College Cup Preview

On The Banks Podcast Episode 116 is a preview of the Women’s Soccer College Cup this weekend. Rutgers qualified for the Final Four for the second time in six years after two thrilling penalties. Passing the Big XII TCU champion and SEC champion Arkansas, the Scarlet Knights will now face …

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Interview with Dr Sonya Bennett, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, on Sky News Live, first edition November 30, 2021

Date published: November 30, 2021 Public: General public PIERRE STEFANOVIC: Well, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Sonya Bennett is joining us live now. Doctor, good to see you. Thank you for your time this morning. We are at five cases at the moment. Are there others, to your knowledge? SONYA …

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Bet Slippin ‘Podcast: NBA Breakdown November 29

Geoff Clark of SportsbookWire.com, host of Bet Slippin ‘Podcast, presents three of the nine NBA betting games for Monday, November 29. List of Monday’s NBA bets on Bet Slippin ‘: Denver Nuggets at the Miami Heat Indiana Pacers vs. Minnesota Timberwolves Portland Trail Blazers at Utah Jazz Best Monday bets: …

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Nov 29 – Savannah Music Festival Announces Free and Discounted Concerts for Families for December 2021 | Leisure industry

Sunday December 5 – 2 p.m. Musical Explorers Family Concert with Laiken Love, Anders Thomsen and Gino Castillo & the Cuban Cowboys Forsyth Park Bandshell, Drayton and Gwinnett St. To free Join Musical Explorers young and old for a family concert and experience SMF’s popular Musical Explorers program outdoors before …

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Pioneering designer Virgil Abloh has died at 41

Virgil Abloh, designer Louis Vuitton and Off-White, and the revolutionary creative force at the center of contemporary fashion and culture, died Sunday at the age of 41. Abloh died of cancer “which he had been fighting in private for several years. years, ” LVMH, the parent company that owns Louis …

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‘A Christmas Carol’ opens at the Hedgerow Theater – Delco Times

ROSE VALLEY – On the heels of a successful reopening with the sold-out series of ‘The Weir’ by Conor McPherson, Hedgerow Theater Company continues its 99th season with indoor performances in a delightful community-driven adaptation of the vacation favorite by Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” for all ages. Until Friday, …

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Jayne Nakata: “In life, the difficult things are the ones that give you the most chance to grow up”

Jayne nakata is a New Zealander living in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture, and the voice behind the award-winning podcast “Transformations with Jayne”. Upon returning to Japan after a transfer to Sweden with her family was cut short by the pandemic, Nakata created PodLaunch Family, a podcast network focused on community …

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Amazon is giving away three months of Music Unlimited for free

Tired of being inundated with ads every time you hit play on your favorite album, or sitting in silence when your 4G goes down? Amazon came to the rescue this Black friday – and the best part is, you won’t have to pay anything. The retailer has extended the free …

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Ideas: Zakat as a social financial instrument in the time of Covid-19

Although not as prominent as the national economic stimulus plan, zakat institutions were among the first to provide aid and support to the needy, especially within the Muslim community, during the pandemic. The expansion of social assistance is among the main public policy responses to the enormous economic disruption caused …

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