Monthly Archives: October 2021

Singer Einat Sarouf cancels performance for new coalition

Israeli singer Einat Sarouf announced last Wednesday that she had canceled a performance scheduled to sing at an event scheduled last Friday for MPs from Israel’s newest coalition. Sarouf, who is close to Foreign Minister and President of Yesh Atid, Yair Lapid, wrote on Instagram that she has decided to …

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Camp Catawba commemorated with a new sign

Written by Bill Fisher New Posted: 29 October 2021 Earlier this month, the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation and Blue Ridge Conservancy unveiled a billboard along the Middle Fork Greenway in Blowing Rock, NC to commemorate Camp Catawba and the work of the Director from the camp, Dr Vera Lachmann, a …

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Stranded Blackhawks | Bayshore Broadcasting News Center

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…. The Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League are in the midst of a swirling mess that was their own making, and maybe now will be their …

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Historic Benson Theater Welcomes Guests Again

Echelle Childers has watched the transformation of the Benson Theater since joining the team as COO earlier this year. “None of it was here,” Childers said, gesturing to the seats in the theater, “I think everyone is going to be pretty surprised when they enter the building.” Childers noted that …

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Peninsula Symphonic Band honors local veterans

The Peninsula Symphonic Band will honor local veterans during its free concert on November 11 at 7 p.m. at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 1756 Michigan St. in Sturgeon Bay. After a interruption due to pandemic year-and-a-half, the band started rehearsals in June and performed a July concert in …

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Congratulations are music to GSO’s ears | Lifestyles

BATAVIA – It may have a slightly different name than it did when it first started, but the Genesee Symphony Orchestra (GSO) 75th anniversary celebration continued with the recognition of the Batavia City Council on Monday evening. “In 1947 the Batavia Civic Orchestra, later renamed the Genesee Symphony Orchestra, was …

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Big Rapids runner hopes for good regional performance

BIG RAPIDS – Big Rapids sophomore Oliviah Malloy set a season record Saturday at the Northern Michigan Cross Country Championships in Gaylord, but is hoping for an even better time this Friday. Malloy and the Cardinals are scheduled to compete in the Division 2 regional division at Chippewa Hills on …

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Celebrate and sing

“At The Crossroads,” the second part of Emmanuel Music’s season opener, continued its “Folk Tales and Myths” themed arc to a large extent, but only completely if you squinted. It also explicitly and implicitly celebrated the ensemble’s own “folk” in repertoire and staff. The event, given live at Emmanuel Church …

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The Broadcasting Authority imposes a € 91,000 fine

The Cyprus Radio and Television Authority (CRTA) announced on Tuesday that it had imposed fines of 91,000 euros on various local media for 30 cases of violation of regulations governing the broadcasting sector. In an announcement, the authority said it had issued 44 decisions relating to 156 violations of relevant …

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California Theater in Berkeley will not reopen

The Bay Area film community mourns the loss of a 107-year-old cinema that closed for good last week. The California Theater in Berkeley, affectionately known by regulars as “the Cal,” has been closed since the early days of the pandemic, but former employees began to hear whispers in early October …

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Hear the otherworldly sound of the Martian wind

If you hear a new thing today, how about making it the sound of the wind on Mars? Two microphones aboard the Perseverance Rover “recorded nearly five hours of Martian gusts of wind, the rover’s wheels creaking over gravel and engines roaring as the spacecraft moved its arm,” NASA said. …

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Amazon now broadcasts news from 158 local stations

What is television without news channels? Amazon has expanded its free news stations since it started offering them last year. According to the company, it now broadcasts news channels in 158 cities. With this, Amazon almost doubled the number of news stations. Amazon started delivering local news to its users …

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Scary show coming to the Greenville Theater

If you’re looking for a spooky Halloween experience, consider heading to the theater. The performance of “The Hound of the Baskerville” at the Greenville Theater begins Friday, October 22. It’s a Sherlock Holmes mystery. Evan Harris, who plays Dr Watson, said it was the first show of the Greenville Theater …

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Your NBA 2021-22 Streaming Guide

ESPN / ABC ESPN and ABC will broadcast 101 game shows nationwide on cable and television. ESPN will broadcast weekly NBA games, including doubles programs on Wednesday and Friday nights. ABC will broadcast seven primetime Saturday games and nine Sunday afternoon games. Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy and Mark Jackson …

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Belmont High’s New Blackbox Theater to Host First Live Show

The Belmont High Performing Arts Company’s first live performance will take place in the New High School’s Black Box Theater on October 22-22. This is the musical theater’s annual showcase, “Broadway Night”. Students will perform arias from classical shows and contemporary works by new musical theater composers during an evening …

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A Noblesville High School graduate returns home to take on a new position as Executive Director of Noblesville Main Street • Current Publishing

Kate Baker was born and raised in Noblesville. She calls the community of Noblesville her rock. So it seems fitting that the 41-year-old resident is the new general manager of Noblesville Main Street. According to its website, Noblesville Main Street is a nonprofit working to enrich the culture and community …

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2021 Broadcasting Hall of Fame inducts familiar names

HUNTINGTON, WV (WOWK) – The West Virginia broadcaster’s Hall of Hame graced several new names on Saturday night. Familiar faces to some, but others you may only know by their voices, but this year’s ceremony has deeper meaning for us at WOWK-13 News. The Museum of Radio and Technology in …

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Avenue des Arts – Bel Canto Choir

Avenue des Arts – Bel Canto Choir Bel Canto Chorus Music Director Richard Hynson joins Chernéy Amhara to talk about the choir’s upcoming concert Updated: 09:26 CDT Oct 16, 2021 Hide transcription Show transcript CHERY: LOOKING TO THE FUTURE THIS MORNING, WE ARE JOINED BY RICHARD, THE MUSIC DIRECTOR OF …

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Talk theater around the county

Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal Special for village news The biggest event breaking out now is the 20th San Diego International Film Festival. It kicks off Thursday, October 14 with a gala evening at the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park before and after the opening film “C’mon, C’mon”. The festival offers …

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SS&C GlobeOp Hedge Fund Performance Index and Capital Flows Index

SS&C GlobeOp Hedge Fund performance index: September performance 0.43%; Capital movements index: October net flows increased by 0.02% Posted: October 13, 2021 at 5:00 a.m. EDT|Update: 38 minutes ago WINDSOR, Connecticut., Oct. 13, 2021 / PRNewswire / – SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: SSNC) today announced that the gross yield …

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PickleJar to Live Stream Country Radio Broadcasters

NASHVILLE, TN, October 12, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – via NewMediaWire – PickleJar today announced that they will exclusively broadcast a free digital live broadcast of CRB’s Country Radio Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony to a global audience on October 13, 2021. Aired from the Westin Hotel in Nashville, the integrated …

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Zimbabwe: Zcc appeals for broadcasting license

The government is committed to helping ZCC Mutendi Church acquire a broadcasting license for one of its educational institutions as part of the ongoing efforts to provide broadcasting services to the population in accordance with Vision 2030. Information, Advertising and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said last week that the …

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Dance Visions NY presents dance / theater / poetry performance on the grounds of the Nassau County Museum of Art, 10/16 – Entertainment

Morning Afternoon Evening, played at Cédarmère “Morning, Afternoon, Evening” is an in situ dance / theater piece, based on an original poem, written by the director / choreographer’s daughter, which depicts a journey along a river in the course of a day. . After a very successful premiere at the …

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Kensal public school recognized for its high performance

Photo: Kensal Public School Facebook KENSAL, ND (NewsDakota.com) – Kensal Public Schools have been recognized as one of the 15% best elementary schools in North Dakota. In an opinion from the North Dakota Department of Public Education (NDDPI), Kensal ranked high in the Academic Accountability Report, which is done for …

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7/21 Oct Bayshore Broadcasting Sports

https://media.socastsrm.com/wordpress/wp-content/blogs.dir/2522/files/2021/10/oct-7-6-sports-nathan-shubert.mp3 Major League Baseball Playoffs National League Wild Card Game Los Angeles Dodgers 3 St. Louis Cardinals 1 Chris Taylor hit a decisive 2-point homerun at the end of the 9th Justin Turner also scored for LA who advances to meet the San Francisco Giants in the NLDS. Game 1 …

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Thank you for making performance possible | News, Sports, Jobs

For the publisher: We send congratulations and applause for a stellar production of “Centennial spirits” preformed on the steps of the historic Mifflin County Courthouse by an ensemble of Stone Arch Players on the evening of September 28. The production was written by William S. “Invoice” Peightel of Reedsville, member …

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JSU dedicates director’s tower to group legend

When friends and family think of DeLeath Rives, they think of the kindness and generosity he has shown people his entire life. “I have never met a more humble man in my entire life,” said Shannon Waites, a friend of the family. “He brought people in, no matter where we …

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