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NBA: Wolves 115, Pacers 101: Gobert, cities dominate in full performance

In the first three minutes of the game, the Minnesota Timberwolves got off to an 8-0 start before the Indiana Pacers scored their first bucket. Their positional size and length bothered the Pacers as they executed shooters off the line and into the paint, where three players 6’10 and up …

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Composer Johanna Telander talks about KALEVALA THE MUSIC

Johanna Telander is a Finnish-American designer/artist based in New York. As a teenager, she collaborated with major Finnish labels, signing a recording contract with Universal Music. She holds a BA in Music and Jazz from Capital University, Columbus, OH, and a Diploma in Musical Theater Performance from AMDA in New …

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Live streaming has gained popularity in 2022 among AsianDate members looking for online adventures and refreshing chats

AsianDate, the immersive dating platform for singles around the world, has revealed that its live streaming feature has found growing popularity with many other AsianDate members interested in this action-packed opportunity to meet and better get out with them. The live streaming feature has been a hit with members of …

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Review: Jefferson Mays Brings His Horribly Good Christmas Carol to Broadway

There are so many theatrical, film and TV versions of Charles Dickens’ Christmas Ghost Story A Christmas Carol available for your holiday consumption that you might be wondering why in the name of Bob Cratchit we would need another one. To you, dear reader, I would say that you have …

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Why Austin Butler cries when he sees an Elvis performance

Austin Butler has, as you might guess, a ton of Elvis playlists on his Spotify account. He created the first three years ago while painting a Los Feliz house he had just moved into, just at the start of the five months he spent trying to convince Baz Luhrmann to …

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I am a visually oriented music composer: Devi Sri Prasad

If a film has good visuals, the music automatically falls into place, says composer Devi Sri Prasad, better known by his initials DSP. It’s only fitting that Prasad, who rose to national fame with last year’s mega hit ”Pushpa: The Rise”, came to compose the music for the Hindi sequel …

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Joe Buck skeptical of Tom Brady’s broadcasting future

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman spent 20 seasons as the main team of NFL broadcasters for FOX. After failing to reach an agreement to stay on the network with his contract expiring, Aikman agreed to a massive deal, which exceeds Tony Romo’s 17.5 million/year with CBS, to move to ESPN …

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Howard Johnson obituary | Documentary films

In his evocative documentary series Deep Roots Music, filmmaker Howard Johnson, who died at the age of 78, provided tantalizing glimpses into the world of reggae that have rarely been seen by outsiders. Shot in his native Jamaica in the summer of 1981 on a shoestring budget as one of …

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Seguin ISD considers ways to encourage teacher performance

(Seguin) — In its attempts to continue the progress underway in local middle schools, ISD Seguin is also considering awarding $5,000 to middle school teachers. Seguin ISD Superintendent Dr. Matthew Gutierrez explains the proposed college performance pay program. Gutierrez says this pay-for-performance program would essentially serve as a stepping stone …

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JaM Cellars Celebrates the Holidays with Renewed Nonprofit Partnership and One-Year Wine and Grocery Giveaway

Maker of Butter Chardonnay shines the spotlight on music this season with partners Sweet Relief Musicians Fund and iHeartRadio Napa, Calif. (November 16, 2022) – Jam Cellars, the maker of best-selling wines including Butter Chardonnay, announces two holiday activations designed to celebrate the season and the brand’s deep connection to …

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BBC Media Strengthening Partnership launched in Honiara

The first ever BBC Media Action ‘Media Strengthening in Solomon Islands Project’ was launched in Honiara this week, a historic commitment for the BBC in the Pacific. The project will support Solomon Islands media and journalists to further develop high quality media for the people of Solomon Islands. SIBC journalists, …

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“She worked in a terrified state”: the extraordinary life of Charlotte Salomon, who died in Auschwitz | Animation in the cinema

In October 1943, shortly before her deportation, the young German Jewish artist Charlotte Salomon gave Life? or theatre? – his monumental series of semi-autobiographical works of art – to a friend for safekeeping. Upon arriving at Auschwitz, a 26-year-old, newly married and pregnant Solomon was murdered, and it would be …

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ENDO Lighting: Overview of business performance for the first half ended September 30, 2022

1. Qualitative information on business performance for the first six months ended September 30, 2022 (1) Analysis of business performance The Japanese economy during the first half ended September 30, 2022 approached normalization of economic activities due to the easing of activity restrictions induced by COVID-19, but the economic condition …

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“The Broadcast Begins,” proclaimed a small headline at the bottom of page four of the November 15, 1922 EDP. the first on-air voice, Arthur Burrows, reading a newscast twice – once normally, then more slowly, so “listeners” can write and advise what they prefer. This historic transmission was picked up …

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Have you ever watched an Anne Hathaway movie that you didn’t like? The actress who started her acting career with romantic comedy films now has an impressive list of credentials in her mix of relationship dramas, action adventures, adult dramas and a host of awards, not to mention she’s the …

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Morgan Stanley analyst John Glass reiterated the overweight rating on the shares of Performance Food Group Co PFGC and raised the price target from $65 to $67. The analyst said the company had another strong quarter, with sales and EBITDA above last forecast as gross margin improved. …

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Randy Rainbow, Inner Harbor Ice Rink, more.

Randy Rainbow, best known for his online comedy videos, will perform in Baltimore on Friday. Photo courtesy of Randy Rainbow/Instagram. Beers, books, basement bar tours and more are on the agenda this weekend. Plus, skate at the Inner Harbor Ice Rink when it opens for the season, catch a Thanksgiving-related …

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An opinion on the state of state broadcasting activities

A notice issued by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (“MIBs”) dated October 21, 2022 (“Advisory”), makes waves and stirs the waves. The Council directs central government departments, as well as all state and union territory governments to: (i) not engage in the business of broadcasting or the distribution of …

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Megan Fox waits backstage as Machine Gun Kelly promotes new Taurus movie

Megan Fox waits backstage as Machine Gun Kelly promotes new Taurus film in Los Angeles Q&A – although she’s starring alongside her boyfriend in the upcoming drama By Jason Chester for MailOnline Published: 5:28 a.m. EST, November 8, 2022 | Updated: 5:30 a.m. EST, November 8, 2022 Megan Fox watched …

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Women’s soccer falls in SCAC semi-final

KERRVILLE, TX: The Schreiner University women’s soccer team lost their post-season game to Trinity University in the 2022 SCAC Championship semi-finals. After closing the regular season with a 4th-place finish in the SCAC, the Mountaineers traveled to San Antonio, Texas to take on the Trinity University Tigers in the first …

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Douglas McGrath, director, playwright and writer, dies at 64

Douglas McGrath, director and writer with an erudite mind and scholarly curiosity who spanned genres, including a film adaptation of Jane Austen’s “Emma,” an Oscar-nominated screenplay starring Woody Allen in the police farce” Bullets Over Broadway” and satirical essays for the New Yorker, died Nov. 3 in his Manhattan office. …

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Brian Mendoza expects a special performance against Jeison Rosario

Brian “La Bala” Mendoza (20-2) will be looking to close out his 2022 campaign with a perfect 2-0 scoreline when he takes on Jeison Rosario (23-3) on Saturday night at the Minneapolis Armory. The fight will be part of a Showtime broadcast. Rosario was originally scheduled to face Yoelvis Gomez, …

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The Boston Ballet Takes On Forsythe’s Challenge

The title of Boston Ballet’s second program this season, “As Anticipated,” reminds us that the company had planned to stage William Forsythe’s “Artifact Suite” as part of its May 2020 “Off the Charts” program, as well than presenting a Forsythe “Triple Bill” in November 2020. Both events were canceled by …

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Why Kyle Shanahan and Jed York were surprised 49ers general manager John Lynch turned down broadcast offer

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Published: 01/11/2022 12:50:53 Modified: 01/11/2022 12:50:34 The Park Theatre, 19 Main St., in Jaffrey will present a famous concert by The Grateful Dead on November 1 and 5. This year, the Grateful Dead are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the “Europe ’72 album” by bringing to the big screen the …

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Breaking down the performance of Mac Jones, the big day of the defense against the Jets

The Patriots quarterback’s situation has taken some unexpected turns with two games in the past six days. After last Monday night’s unorthodox quarterback field, the Patriots got back to normal by sticking with starter Mac Jones for the entirety of a 22-17 win over the Jets in the Meadowlands. While …

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Arts Center Theater presents Svetlana Jazz

Arts Center Theater at Marco Town Center presents live music on stage with artist Svetlana at 7:30 p.m., November 8. The New York-based artist is a singer, songwriter, bandleader, educator, and music school in Manhattan. Holds an M.S. and Ph.D. from Columbia. Svetlana’s sound combines her strong voice, charismatic performance …

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Over 150 dead after Halloween wave in Seoul

Updated October 29, 2022 9:11 PM ET At least 151 people were killed and 76 others injured in a crowd on Saturday night after Halloween celebrations turned deadly in South Korea’s capital. The stampede broke out in Itaewon, a popular area of ​​Seoul among locals and foreigners alike due to …

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The Kantara-Varaha Roopam controversy has now taken a drastic turn with the Court getting involved and ordering the makers of the film to stop showing the Varaha Roopam song in the film in theaters or through OTT. For the uninitiated, Kantara is a Kannada-language action thriller, and apart from gaining …

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CISA’s Critical Infrastructure Performance Goals Win Praise, But Questions Remain About Effectiveness

Written by Christian Vasquez October 28, 2022 | CYBERSCOOP Policymakers in Washington have for years lamented that the mostly private critical infrastructure sectors must do more to protect vital services from hackers, but whether the newly released guidelines live up to initial praise and finds widespread adoption is another matter. …

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Salina Symphony organizes a non-classical club night with electronic music

A unique opportunity for Salina residents to experience the intersection of classical and electronic music is coming, as the Salina Symphony is hosting a club night downtown next week. The unconventional club night begins with doors opening at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, November 4 at The Warehouse, 500 N. Fifth …

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October 27/22 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports Sked

Owen Sound Attack Jersey National Hockey League Toronto Maple Leafs vs. San Jose Sharks 10:30 p.m. Detroit Red Wings vs. Boston Bruins 7 p.m.Montreal Canadiens at Buffalo Sabers 7 p.m.Minnesota Wild vs. Ottawa Senators 7 p.m.Florida Panthers vs. Philadelphia Flyers 7 p.m.St. Louis Blues vs. Nashville Predators 8 p.m.Edmonton …

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Calendar of Events | Documentary Film Festival at the Rio Theater – Santa Cruz Sentinel

SANTA CRUZ The film festival explores the joys and challenges of mountain exploration The Mountainfilm documentary film festival will arrive at the Rio Theater on October 28 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The festival presents a collection of short films exploring stories about mountaineering, the environment, wrestling and social …

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First Bitcoin ETF Shows Worst All-Time Performance

The ProShares Bitcoin ETF, known as “BITO”, made history on October 19, 2021. More than two years later, BITO is showing historic numbers again, but they don’t look very encouraging. BITO was the first exchange-traded fund in the US market to track the price of BTC and marked a milestone …

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Winter Music and Met in HD are coming to Wheeler

Pianist Joyce Yang Courtesy picture The Aspen Music Festival and School announces its winter lineup of classical music and Live in HD productions. Live in HD In conjunction with the Wheeler Opera House, it offers a curated series of Live in HD productions from the Metropolitan to the historic Aspen …

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by David FranczykBROADCASTER HALL OF FAMELast month, I attended the awards ceremonies of the Buffalo Broadcasters Association (BBA), which recognized its annual “Hall of Fame” recipients to a gathering of 500 people, many of them recognizable television personalities. and Western New York Radio. I attended the event at Samuel’s Grande …

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Ventura’s Rubicon Theater Company Stages “In the Heights”

The Rubicon Theater Company brings a taste of Upper Manhattan and a collection of upbeat musical numbers to the Central Coast with their presentation of the Tony Award-winning musical In the heights this autumn. With productions running Wednesday through Sunday from October 29 through November 13 at the Karyn Jackson …

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CDK for Terraform improves performance by adding namespaces

HashiCorp has released version 0.13 of the CDK for Terraform (CDKTF) with significant performance improvements. The release introduces a major restructuring of the language by introducing namespaces. Improving the namespace greatly improves the performance of the synthesis framework. This release builds on version 0.12 which saw CDKTF move to general …

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Utah Arts Review » Blog Archive » Guest artists create a storm in an all-Russian program with Utah Symphony

David Danzmayr conducted the Utah Symphony Orchestra in music by Mussorgsky, Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky Friday night at Abravanel Hall. With a superb all-Russian concert, the Utah Symphony Orchestra welcomed the first guest conductor of its 2022-2023 season. Austrian-born conductor David Danzmayr, currently in his second season as music director of …

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Mississippi town with Confederate monument receives Emmett Till statue

JACKSON, Mississippi — A Mississippi community with an elaborate Confederate monument plans to unveil a larger-than-life statue of Emmett Till on Friday, decades after white men kidnapped and killed the black teenager for whistling a white woman in a country store. The 1955 lynching became a catalyst for the civil …

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‘The Victorian Ladies’ Detective Collective’ will be staged at the Public Theater

The cast of ‘The Victorian Ladies’ Detective Collective’, left to right, are Robyne Parrish, Joyce Cohen, Courtney Thomas and Mathew Zimmerer. Photo submitted The Victorian Ladies Detective Collective, an entertaining murder mystery with a modern feminine sensibility, runs November 4-13 at the Public Theater in Lewiston. Performances are scheduled for …

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Ireland’s two-goal performance lifts Stonehill over Fitchburg State, 3-2

FITCHBURG, MASS. (October 19, 2020- Despite a 2-0 lead after the first, Stonehill College Men’s Ice Hockey fought back for a 3-2 victory Wednesday night at the Wallace Civic Center. Rating USF: Wyatt Wilmshurst (Fortin Hunter) Toivo Kramer (Samuel Rennick) STO: Irish Franc (Carter Rapalje and William Tripp) Dean Schwenninger …

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Music director of Spoleto Festival dies at 56

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – The director of chamber music at the Spoleto Festival died Wednesday at his home in California, officials confirmed. Geoff Nuttall, 56, has died, according to festival spokeswoman Jenny Ouellette. He was undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer. Nuttall has hosted the festival’s chamber music concerts in the …

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Biden to release an additional 15 million barrels from its strategic reserve

President Biden will announce on Wednesday that he is authorizing the release of an additional 15 million barrels from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. The draw completes the US plan announced earlier this year to release a total of 180 million barrels. Senior administration officials told reporters Tuesday that the additional …

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Let the Right One In review – vampire romance is equally charming and disturbing | australian theater

FOr a novel less than 20 years old, Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist has spawned enough adaptations that its title now serves as a guide: beware, not all versions of this Swedish horror romance are created equal. The essential adaptation is the 2008 Swedish film, which …

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Wereldhave ranks best in class for ESG performance and

Wereldhave announces that it has recently received several awards for its ESG program ‘A Better Tomorrow’: Wereldhave ranks number 1 in its peer group of publicly traded Western European shopping center companies in the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark 2022 (GRESB, the world’s leading ESG benchmark for real estate) With …

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Chicago Classical Review » » Apollo’s Fire sparks with exuberant version of Monteverdi’s “Vespers”

By Lawrence A. Johnson Jeannette Sorrell directed Apollo’s Fire in Monteverdi Vespers of 1610 Sunday afternoon at Alice Millar Chapel in Evanston. Photo: S. Keenan It’s been a really good fall in Chicago for baroque and before music. Last month, Music of the Baroque opened its season with an excellent …

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SEN bids farewell to Anthony Hudson after years of dedicated broadcast

Sport Entertainment Network (SEN) would like to thank esteemed broadcaster Anthony Hudson for his contribution following the announcement of his departure from the station for new opportunities. Hudson, arguably one of Australia’s best and most respected sports broadcasters, has been instrumental in the growth of SEN for almost two decades. …

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Bailout money starts showing up on Missoula stages

When Bryan Curt Kostors, professor of composition at the University of Montana, presents a short film with original music, “The River is Everywhere”, at the Roxy Theater on Wednesday, the project would not have seen the light of day without the money of the grant. The same goes for “The …

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Panthers with a dominating 4-0 performance over the Bulldogs Runnin’

HIGH POINT, North Carolina – An absolute dominant performance in women’s football adds another tally in the win column for the Panthers, with a 4-0 win over Gardner-Webb. High Point came out firing and continued to heat up for the full 90 minutes of play. In just the fifth minute, …

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David Sanborn and Spyro Gyra to headline JAZZ FEST POMPANO BEACH in January

Pompano Beach Arts has announced the full lineup for the highly anticipated second annual Pompano Beach Jazz Fest taking place Friday, January 20 and Saturday, January 21, 2023. Headlining Friday night’s concert on the Great Lawn by the beach is 13-time Grammy-nominated jazz fusion band Spyro Gyra. On Saturday afternoons …

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Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and More Mourn Robbie Coltrane

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Revue La Performance – bittersweet tribute to the Children of Paradise | Theater

Oit’s not to love? You have Ramesh Meyyappan, the alluring physical theater performer who, in shows such as Off-Kilter, displayed a winning combination of charm and precision. You have Emmanuelle Laborit, actress and director of the Théâtre Visuel International in Paris. And you brought them both together in a Brexit-defying …

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A one-night-only performance with a cast of international ballet artists November 12, 2022

Presented by the Henry T. and Elizabeth Segerstrom Foundation in association with the Segerstrom Center for the Arts COSTA MESA, Calif., October 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — About November 12, 2022renowned ballet dancers from around the world will come together for a special intimate one-night-only ballet performance, United in dance, in …

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FCC proposes changes to foreign sponsorship identification requirements for broadcasters | BakerHotelier

On October 6, 2022, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a Second Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (Second NPRM) in which it proposes changes to its current foreign sponsorship disclosure requirements for broadcasters. The FCC’s proposed changes are a response to the July 2022 United States Court of Appeals for the …

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Prominent Polish Site Upgrades DiGiCo Console to Dedicated Theater Model

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Mid-Texas Symphony takes the stage this weekend

The Middle Texas Symphonyone of the regional symphonies, will go on stage this weekend. music director Akiko Fujimoto describes them thus: “The Mid-Texas Symphony is a professional orchestra based in Seguin and New Braunfels, Texas,” Fujimoto said. “And we give six concerts a year in the two cities: three in …

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‘The end of an era’: Tributes on the death of former RTÉ broadcaster Val Joyce

Tributes have been paid to former RTÉ broadcaster Val Joyce, the presenter of well-known shows including Late Date and Airs and Races, who died over the weekend. he veteran presenter was one of the best-known names in RTÉ radio during a career at Montrose that spanned more than half a …

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Locally made horror film premieres ahead of Halloween in Longview

LLocal law enforcement is wondering if a creature is lurking in the misty wilderness of Mount St. Helens after mysterious deaths were reported in a quiet Pacific Northwest logging town. The town is called Harmony Falls, but locals would recognize the location as Longview, Rainier, Toledo, Cougar, and Amboy. That’s …

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An incredible performance by Cate Blanchett cannot save the empty and incomprehensible “Tár”

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The Elgin Symphony Orchestra will launch a new season with guest artists – Shaw Local

The Elgin Symphony Orchestra will open its 73rd season with a program featuring the music of Antonin Dvořák, Wynton Marsalis and Sir Edward Elgar at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 8 and 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 9 at the Hemmens Center cultural, 45 Symphony Way, in downtown Elgin. Guest …

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David Dimbleby’s Keep Talking review – a life of streaming

Continue talking: A Life of Broadcasting by David DimblebyHodder & Stoughton, 295 pages, £25 “In a perfect world,” says David Dimbleby, “a political interview would be like a Socratic dialogue, the technique of getting to the truth through questions and answers.” No chance. This book, a collection of memories and …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Wilton’s Town Hall Theater Presents ‘Lonesome’

Published: 04/10/2022 14:28:35 Modified: 04/10/2022 14:24:16 The Town Hall Theatre, 40 Main St. in Wilton, will host a screening of the “partly speaking” romantic drama “Lonesome” on Sunday, November 20 at 2 p.m. The screening will feature live music from silent film accompanist Jeff Rapsis. Directed by Paul Fejos and …

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From Thunder Girl to Head Coach, Performance Teams Manager Talks Diversity and Inclusion

From Juarez, Mexico to Oklahoma City, Cristhian Guzman makes moves on and off the court. “He says ‘orgullosa de ser Hispana’ which means ‘proud to be Hispanic’ yeah at that time I was pretty proud,” said Cristhian Guzman, performance teams manager for the OKC Thunder. Guzman started dancing in high …

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Details of Thaman’s “Ala Amerikapurramuloo” music concert here

Thaman S is currently Tollywood’s most sought-after musical director. He has been in top gear at Tollywood in the recent past and his form continues unchecked. You can choose any hit movie and the common name you see in the movie credits is Music Director Thaman. The music wizard delivered …

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Mariners broadcasters’ incredible home calls go viral

The sailors Friday night, thanks to a home run from receiver Cal Raleigh. The decisive victory led to a huge celebration in Seattle. Perhaps the best part of these regular season celebrations is seeing the local broadcasters, who have been with the team throughout the season, call out the big …

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Reeling The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival @ Music Box Theater / Chicago Filmmakers / Landmark Theater

Reeling The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival @ Music Box Theater (opening night only) – 3733 N Southport Ave, Chicago Filmmakers – 1326 W Hollywood Ave, & Landmark Theater 2828 N Clark St, multiple timesWHAT:This LGBTQ+-focused festival returns with in-person and online theatrical screening!SO WHAT: Reeling: The Chicago International LGBTQ+ …

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Niecy Nash (Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story): Best Performance

Whereas Evan Peters is praised by critics and viewers (and deservedly so) for playing serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in Netflix’s “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.” I wanted to shine the spotlight on another cast member who is giving the best performance of his career: Niece Nash. The actress plays the …

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A teenager from Charlevoix will perform on Saturday with the Orchester de chambre des Grands Lacs

PETOSKEY — When Karlie Thomas, 15, of Charlevoix, was in fourth grade, she decided she wanted to spend her life doing something with music. In fifth grade, she learned the flute but always knew she wanted to play the saxophone. It wasn’t until sixth grade that she was able to …

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Can Hurricane TV reporters come in now? Please?

When I saw a tree branch fly into The Weather Channel’s intrepid anchor Jim Cantore as he struggled to stand against high winds signaling from the middle of the storm as he landed the hurricane Ian on Wednesday, I couldn’t help but have a fleeting and terrible thought: Maybe now …

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10 things to do in Greater Columbus this weekend

It’s almost October and the weather is getting colder, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t events heating up the entertainment scene around Greater Columbus! There’s still fun to do outside: Chalk the Block, two festivals (one beer, one macaroni and cheese) and the Columbus Crew’s final home game of the …

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Women’s Football No. 1 Spalding delivers full performance to beat No. 6 Notre Dame Prep, 1-0, in IAAM A opener – Baltimore Sun

With 14 seniors on a talented roster that includes four four-year-old standouts, Archbishop Spalding’s No.1 women’s soccer team has plenty of confidence that comes with valuable experience. It helps explain why senior midfielder Sophie Thibeault was sure a teammate would be waiting for her at the far post after her …

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How Jill Gearin’s Childhood Dream Became Baseball Broadcast History

You could say that Jill Gearin’s major league debut was a home run. Moments after analyst Tom Candiotti greeted her at the Arizona Diamondbacks’ radio broadcast booth at Dodger Stadium in the top of the third inning on Sept. 20, their audience was greeted by the familiar crack of the …

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Under 1 Roof Thanet leading trio named new owner of Granville Cinema – The Isle Of Thanet News

Zahra, Matt and Parisa aim to reopen the Granville by next April The new owner of the Granville Theater in Ramsgate has been selected by Thanet Council and appointed Westwood One Ltd – which also operates Under 1 Roof Thanet in Pysons Road and Under 1 Roof Canterbury. The company …

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The 17th annual Belfast Poetry Festival combines words, images and performance

The annual Belfast Poetry Festival marks its 17th year with a plate full of poetry, community and artistic opportunity on Saturday 15 October in the theater at Troy A. Howard Middle School, 173 Lincolnville Avenue in Belfast. An all-arts festival in which poetry is the driving force, the event is …

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The KSO starts the 2022/23 season with the Festival du Nouveau Monde

The Kamloops Symphony Orchestra begins its 2022/23 season with the New World Festival, an exciting multi-day festival showcasing the works of Czech composer Antonin Dvořák with modern touches, as well as several free pop-up events across the city. The first concert of the festival is Dvorak & Jam, which will …

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Rihanna to headline Super Bowl 57 halftime show

Rihanna will headline the Super Bowl 57 halftime show. The singer herself confirmed the news late Sunday afternoon ET by posting an image of herself social media of his tattooed right hand and arm holding a soccer ball aloft – the same photo promoter Roc Nation first posted on their …

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The Egyptian Theater will host the Manhattan Short Film Festival | Local News

Coos Bay moviegoers will join more than 100,000 moviegoers from around the world during the week of September 22-October 2, when the 25th Annual MANHATTAN Short Film Festival screens at the Egyptian Theater on Friday, September 23 at 7 p.m. , Saturday, September 24. , at 7 p.m., Friday September …

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The state wants public opinion on school performance grades

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Elon launches the university’s first choral club show

When sophomore Jordan Kelberg arrived at Elon University last year and met fellow sophomore Holland Cogan, they noticed a lack of performance bands that fit their niches. “We saw an opportunity to create something because Elon has acapella groups, Elon has a choir, but they really had nothing in between,” …

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Make America Black | Georgia Public Broadcasting

PBS Books, in collaboration with the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), is pleased to host a conversation with an internationally renowned scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Ph.D., who is the executive producer, host and writer of MAKING BLACK AMERICA: THROUGH THE VINE, with an …

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Rogers and Hammerstein must be rolling in their graves

Do not mistake yourself. I encourage creativity and thinking about ways to present a classic in an unconventional way. What comes to mind is the Shakespeare in the Park version of “The Taming of the Shrew” set in the Wild West with Morgan Freeman and Tracy Ullman. Ethan Hawke did …

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GBS begins selection process for new conductor

Bridgeport, Connecticut – After a spectacular first season concert on September 10, the Greater Bridgeport Symphony (GBS) begins the process of auditioning a successor to replace the beloved musical director Eric Jacobsonwho will leave his role with GBS at the end of its ninth season, the April 8, 2023. By …

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Broadcasters must provide information to TRAI on how to deliver linear channels to OTT

The Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) has ordered broadcasters Star India, Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) and Sun TV Network to provide information to the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) regarding the mode retransmission of linear channels on more than the best platforms (OTT). According to sources, …

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