Monthly Archives: September 2021

FCC must act to promote minority-owned broadcasting

Black-owned radio has long been the cornerstone of black communities – not only a vital source of our music, but also a reflection of our culture, values ​​and beliefs. Current events and historic events were announced as families and friends gathered to listen, speculate, celebrate and empathize. I vividly remember …

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A look at the 76-year history of the Woodlawn Theater in San Antonio, from the premieres of “National Velvet” and “Alamo” to Broadway musicals

Before the pandemic, passers-by often entered the Woodlawn Theater during the day, hoping to take a peek. “It’s one of my favorite things about working here,” said Christopher Rodriguez, executive and artistic director of Woodlawn, who has worked at the 76-year-old theater in the Deco District for nearly a decade. …

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Looking for something to do this weekend?

Looking for things to do in the Utica area this weekend? Here are a few options. 1. Hamilton College Performing Arts Continues the Fall Performing Arts Series with a free performance of Squonk Opera’s melee Saturday and Sunday October 2 and 3 at the Kennedy Center for Theater and Studio …

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At the Capitol, #FreeBritney is just the beginning

In 2018, a bipartisan pair of senators tabled a law that would provide support to those placed under guardianship, a legal mechanism put in place for people the court considers incapable of managing their affairs. The bill never got a vote. But on Tuesday, Senator Bob Casey, D-Pa., And Senator …

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The return of senior baseball

https://media.socastsrm.com/wordpress/wp-content/blogs.dir/2522/files/2021/09/sept-28-wire.mp3 Hi, it’s Fred Wallace with “Off the Wire”,… .. proudly sponsored by Pete’s Auto Body. Pete’s body; because we care about our community…. As the Major League Baseball season draws into the climactic final week of the regular season, with the Jays hosting a crucial 6-game home game starting …

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Covington Schools Solar Power Project with Performance Services Delivers Big Savings

Since completing its energy conservation project three years ago, Covington Independent Public Schools have saved more than $ 818,000 in utility costs. The district’s project included: renovating building systems, converting its indoor and outdoor lighting to high-efficiency LED lighting, and installing solar panels in two schools. Billed energy consumption has …

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R. Kelly convicted of racketeering and sex trafficking

After more than 25 years of charges and a trial in New York federal court that lasted seven weeks, R&B singer R. Kelly was convicted of child sexual exploitation, bribery, racketeering and sex trafficking involving five victims. Kelly faces a 10-year life sentence. Kelly remained motionless as the foreman returned …

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WEIS Radio | Local and regional news, sports and weather »Gadsden State Music Director named quarter finalist for 2022 Music Educator Award

Dr. Matt Leder, Music Director and Instructor at Gadsden State Community College, is one of 10 music teachers from Alabama to be selected as quarter-finalists for the 2022 Music Educator Award presented by the Recording Academy and the Grammy Music Foundation. “I am incredibly honored to be recognized as a …

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Andreas Delfs Makes Official Debut as Music Director of RPO in Impressive Concert | Music reviews

Click to enlarge PHOTO BY JACOB WALSH Principal violin Benjamin Beilman, conductor Andreas Delfs and the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra rehearse Jennifer Higdon’s Violin Concerto on September 22, 2021. The Andreas Delfs era has officially started for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. On Thursday, Delfs conducted his first RPO Philharmonics concert as …

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KPIs aren’t just about evaluating past performance

Many companies follow KPIs as a way to predict performance. However, to truly harness the predictive power of KPIs, you need to map how the KPIs of your key stakeholders fit into each other and, ultimately, into financial performance. Senior management teams are very accustomed to using KPIs (key performance …

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Nostalgia is real at the Freep Film Festival opening night

On Wednesday night, on the opening night of the five-day Freep Film Festival, 800 moviegoers flocked to Detroit’s historic Redford Theater for a trip down memory lane. Director Aaron Schillinger has said the sold-out world premiere of “Boblo Boats: A Detroit Ferry Tale” will touch the hearts of the Detroiters. …

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Denton City Council did not immediately know Tuesday that it was not broadcasting live | Denton City Council

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Canadian broadcasting giant Allan Slaight dies at 90

Allan Slaight dies at 90 Canadian broadcasting giant and philanthropist ALLAN SLAIGHT died SUNDAY (9/19) at his TORONTO home at the age of 90. he was also one of CANADA’s foremost philanthropists, donating millions to various charities. SLAIGHT joined his father’s radio station, CHAB-A / MOOSE JAW, SK, in 1948 …

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SYV Chorale to sing heartily with new director

Dr Scott Glysson to begin rehearsals, audition September 28 for holiday concerts Staff report The Santa Ynez Valley Choir invites singers to beat the COVID-19 blues and join the choir and new music director, Dr. Scott Glysson, for holiday concert rehearsals in December. Young adult sopranos, violas, tenors and basses …

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Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra begins a new season

Joanna mac gregor Before the lockdown, the orchestra appointed Joanna MacGregor as their new musical director. Covid delayed its first season: but a year later its program was reinstated at the Brighton Dome Concert Hall and other venues across the city. Joanna came up with a program for the BPO …

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All 2021 Emmy Award Winners

Updated September 19, 2021, 9:26 p.m. ET The full list of winners and nominees for the 73rd annual Emmy Awards, presented on September 19, 2021, is below. Winners will be updated throughout the night, with the most recent winner at the top. Outstanding achievement for a comedy series WINNER: Hacks, …

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Announcement of the initial program of the Montclair Film Festival; “Rocky Horror” returns to Montclair

Live interactive versions of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” will return to Montclair on October 30th. (20th Century Fox Rocky Horror Picture Show Trailer) By DIEGO JESUS ​​BARTESAGHI [email protected] Montclair Film has announced its initial lineup for the 10e Annual Montclair Film Festival – and the return of the “Rocky …

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Rethinking the cinema experience

We need to have a serious conversation about the stigma against cinema. Movies are typically 90 to 180 minutes or longer. They are much longer than other forms of entertainment that we interact with. It’s just too long not to discuss some aspect of what you’re watching. Far from being …

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tollywood Avijatrik set to have a UK premiere

Avijatrik has traveled all over the world and now everything is set to have its exclusive UK theatrical premiere in London, Birmingham and Manchester in September 2021 and in Berlin as well. The film directed by Subhrajit Mitra is part of the London Indian Film Festival (LIFF), Birmingham Indian Film …

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