Monthly Archives: December 2021

Beloved Boston presenter Mary Richardson has died aged 76

Media As news of his death circulated on Friday afternoon, tributes poured into social media for the legendary WCVB Channel 5 reporter and longtime former “Chronicle” presenter. Marie richardson Beloved Boston host Mary Richardson died Thursday night after living with Alzheimer’s disease for 7 years. She was 76 years old. …

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Northport film project culminates with the premiere of ‘Protect and Serve’ | ETC

SUTTONS BAY – A dedicated police officer who goes to extremes to confront a woman who cheated on him is the subject of a short film premiering in Suttons Bay. The 30-minute “Protect and Serve” was produced by Northport couple Lydia Keen Woodruff, a 2015 Northport School graduate, and Christopher …

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2022 in the arts – exhibitions and performances in sight

It’s like standing on top of a hill watching a landscape constantly dissolving and reforming before your eyes. For almost two years now, we’ve grown accustomed to a shapeshifting art scene, the misery of sudden cancellations and shutdowns offset by the dazzling creativity of alternative, often digital, models. And while …

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Madras HS teacher chosen for new Band Directors Marching Band at Tournament of Roses Parade

PASADENA, Calif. (KTVZ) – Madras High School music teacher Jared McFarlin will join his counterparts across the country on New Years Day in an unprecedented entry into the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade – a marching band made up of directors from 50-state orchestra. A custom-designed, lively float will lead …

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Denver shooting suspect wrote books previewing attacks

Updated December 29, 2021, 10:34 PM ET DENVER – A man accused of killing five people in a rampage in Denver is said to have written self-published fiction books online that named some of his actual victims and described similar attacks. The writings are part of the investigation into what …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – YEAR REVIEW 2021: Park Theater opens after years of hard work

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript Posted: 12/29/2021 17:01:50 PM Modified: 12/29/2021 17:01:25 PM After more than a decade of fundraising and planning, Jaffrey’s Park Theater opened in August as a movie theater and performance venue. In the five months since its opening, it has welcomed over 5,000 visitors]to see films and artists. “I …

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The 19 Best Performance Style Moments of the Year

When COVID first hit in 2020, the idea of ​​a big, booming concert happening again seemed nearly impossible. But this year, with the mask warrants and vaccinations in place, the performers returned to the stage and found their audiences once again. Long live live music! To make up for lost …

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Fire Guts Enugu State Broadcasting Service Headquarters

The headquarters of the Enugu State Broadcasting Service were destroyed by fire on Tuesday morning. Reports reaching Naija News at that time confirmed that the station caught fire moments after starting to operate in the morning around 5:30 am today. The cause of the fire and the damage caused by …

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Theater for New Town to Present World Premiere of I JUST WANT TO TELL SOMEONE

Smokey Stevens, one of Broadway’s great musical performers, has adapted his autobiographical novel, “I Just Want To Tell Someone: The Autobiography of Ronald Smokey Stevens,” into a One-Man and Two-Way theatrical production. characters. The play dramatizes Stevens’ lifelong battle with drugs, in which he finally triumphed. “Smokey” plays both himself …

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Craig Hoskins to lead Vistar division of Performance Food Group

Performance Food Group Co., parent company of e-commerce distributor Vistar, announced key management changes to align the company’s reporting structure with its strategy to seize growth opportunities across all units commercial. To this end, PFG has appointed Craig Hoskins President and Chief Operating Officer, overseeing PFG’s Foodservice and Vistar operations. …

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New Years Eve celebrations in Chatham and Provincetown

The traditions of New Years Eve entertainment and fireworks will take place this year in two Cape Cod towns, offering days of activities and attractions to end a year full of Uncertainties related to COVID-19 on a festive and hopeful note. In Chatham, revelers can enjoy the first night family-oriented …

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World leaders mourn the death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu

World leaders mourn the death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the human rights activist who died in Cape Town at the age of 90. Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Emeritus, Tutu is widely hailed for having played a key role in dismantling apartheid in South Africa and for having chaired the National …

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Curtains for South Asia’s biggest screen as Andhra Pradesh’s V Epiq cinema closes – The New Indian Express

Through Express news service NELLORE: Expressing their inability to run theaters with the new state government guidelines, managements have voluntarily closed their establishments across the state. Following the reduction in cinema ticket prices, the owners of V Epiq Cinema, which is said to have South Asia’s largest multiplex screen in …

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TM Records-CJFB Performance Award 2020 winners named

The names of the winners of the “TM Records-CJFB Performance Award 2020” were announced at a colorful event at the Hall of Fame of Bangabandhu International Conference Center in the capital on Friday, December 24. The Bangladesh Cultural Journalists Forum (CJFB), an organization of cultural journalists from major national daily …

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Ferry fire kills at least 39 in southern Bangladesh

Updated December 24, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.ET DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) – A massive fire swept through a crowded river ferry in southern Bangladesh early Friday, killing at least 39 people and injuring 72, as passengers jumped off the ship and swam to shore, said officials. The fire erupted around 3 …

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83 Movie Release & Live Update Review Ranveer Singh Deepika Padukone

After long delays and a pandemic, Kabir Khan’s labor of love, 83 hits theaters today. The film which dramatizes India’s iconic 1983 World Cup victory received positive reviews ahead of its release as the film beats down as well as the perfect portrayal of Ranveer Singh as India’s team captain. …

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South Florida girl hits all the right marks in Miami Dolphins game performance

MIAMI BEACH, Florida – A girl from South Florida shares her talents with thousands of fans at Hard Rock Stadium, singing the national anthem before a Miami Dolphins game. 11-year-old Isabella Velasquez has enjoyed singing since she was old enough to say her first words. “I would put on my …

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The Donna Summer Musical at the Kravis Center

Summer is coming to the west palm beach this winter with SUMMER: The Gave the summer Musical, making his first engagement at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts from January 5 to 9. Tickets are available online at kravis.org or by phone at 561.832.7469. It was a Boston girl …

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3News’ Russ Mitchell Honored With Cleveland Association of Broadcaster Award of Excellence

CLEVELAND – 3News Editor and Presenter Russ Mitchell was honored Wednesday at the 30th annual Cleveland Association of Broadcasters Awards, which recognizes those who have made “a substantial contribution to the growth and success of the broadcasting industry in Cleveland and across the country “. Mitchell, a former CBS Evening …

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Ottawa has a free movie theater made in snow and it’s the most Canadian thing ever

It’s time to get dressed, a special movie night awaits on a giant outdoor screen made of ice and snow in Ottawa. In February, you can join the Asinabka Festival for their annual outdoor film event showcasing movies on a larger-than-life snow screen, and it’s free! There will be three …

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Eagles turn up Miles Sanders’ performance, career Jalen Hurts says in 27-17 win over Washington | Observations

PHILADELPHIA CREAM – Joe Webb’s name was uttered as if it were a profanity days after the NFL announced that the Eagles game against the Washington football team has been postponed from Sunday to Tuesday. Webb, who was a wide receiver for the Minnesota Vikings, was pushed into action against …

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The classical music we loved in 2021

Classical music can be both timeless and inextricably linked to the times we live in today. As new music is written and old favorites reinterpreted, music can connect the past with the present and the future. As you wrap up your year, here are some of the favorite tracks for …

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With help from broadcaster NBA, Grow the Game emphasizes gender equality and opportunities in basketball

Grow the Game, for the most part, is a symbolic title for a basketball tournament that celebrates the advancement of women in the sport. But the name also literally works. In year two, the event not only doubled in size (from 14 to 29 teams), but it also captured the …

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The award-winning film will premiere at the Jefferson Theater on December 23

Lincoln Edwards, actor and director of 01 Escalade, won the award for best youth film at the Lake Travis Film Festival. BEAUMONT, Texas – A filmmaker from Southeast Texas to release his new short film ‘01 climbing, December 23 at the Jefferson Theater. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., the …

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Blac Youngsta performs young Dolph Diss at concert in Dallas

For Blac Youngsta, the beef never disappears. While performing at a nightclub in Dallas, Blac Youngsta performed “Shake Sum,” a diss track that targeted former Memphis rival Young Dolph. According to XXL, during his performance, Blac Youngsta cut the track he covered to interpret the lyrics of his Young Dolph …

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gopi sundar: Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Keralam Li’l Fields: Judge Gopi Sundar shares his experience of composing the viral song “Inkem Inkem”, says “This song gave me a place in the industry”

Musician Gopi Sundar conquers all hearts with his melodious songs. The musician has become a sensation with his Telugu song “Inkem Inkem” and he often considers it one of the turning points in his career. In the recent episode of the musical reality show “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Keralam …

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Things to do in Cincinnati this week: December 20-26

Monday, December 20 HOLIDAYS: Christmas at La Jonction, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday, noon to 8 p.m. Sunday, Entertrainment Junction, 7379 Squire Court, West Chester. Open from November 16 to Jan. 1. Closed on December 25. 513-898-8000; entertrainmentjunction.com. HOLIDAYS: Living crèche, 1 pm-7pm daily, St. Francis Seraph, …

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Impressive and intricate guitar lines

Steve Gunn’s albums, like the excellent other you, are misleading. They scan like sweet, catchy singer-songwriter fare, anchored in Gunn’s soft vocals and reverberating guitars and songs on calm mornings and restorative walks. But, as Gunn’s solo performance Friday night at Ardmore Music Hall revealed, his songs are built on …

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Meet the sisters who sang Samantha’s “Oo Antava” in Pushpa: The Rise

Indravathi and his sister Mangli sang the Telugu and Kannada versions of the song “Oo Antava”, which saw Samantha Ruth Prabhu in a special appearance. Indravathi Chauhan never imagined that she would one day be a playback singer, let alone sing a hit song for a Telugu film. But for …

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Egyptian Sawiris to sell ailing Euronews broadcaster to Alpac Capital

Naguib Sawiris, one of Egypt’s richest businessmen, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, November 10, 2021. REUTERS / Abdel Hadi Ramahi Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Sawiris sells its majority stake to Portuguese Alpac Capital CEO resigns and becomes chairman …

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COVID cases cancel multiple ‘A Christmas Carol’ performances at Ahmanson Center – CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Several performances of the iconic play “A Christmas Carol” at the Ahmanson Theater in downtown Los Angeles have been canceled until at least Saturday after several members of the company were diagnosed with COVID-19. Left to Right: Bradley Whitford, Kate Burton and Evan Harrington in “A …

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Palm Beach Symphony plays new holiday concert

palm beach Symphony returns to CBS 12 News and CW34 for the second year in a row with an all-new holiday-themed Sounds of the Season in December with broadcasts that include Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Years Eve shows. music director Gerard Schwarz, who recently received the eighth and ninth …

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YouTube blocks German RT channel again

YouTube on Thursday again blocked a German-language channel from Russian state broadcaster RT for violating terms of service, after it had angered Moscow in the past with similar shutdowns. RT diffuser – formerly known as Russia Today – stated on its website that YouTube had deleted its new channel “Auf …

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Santa’s Biggest Elf Comes to the Big Screen at the Appalachian Theater | Mountain timetable

BOONE – Audiences will be laughing all the time when the Appalachian Theater Cinema Classics series presents “Elf,” the hilarious holiday movie about the infinitely cheerful pal, the elf. It’s a family favorite with comedic performances exaggerated by a stellar cast that audiences can enjoy on the big screen on …

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School performance dashboard advances with Indiana State Board of Education vote

National education officials working on the development of the dashboard expect the tool to be rolled out in the second half of 2022. (INEducation / YouTube) Hoosiers now knows more about how officials in Indiana will release information about the performance of schools across the state. Indiana State Board of …

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Through the Holiday Looking Glass: A Review of “Becoming Santa Claus” at the Chicago Opera Theater

“Becoming Santa Claus” with (from left to right) Justin Berkowitz, Matt Boehler, Martin Bakari, Leah Dexter and Amy Owens ADVISED Ballet companies have their Nutcrackers, theater companies have Ebenezer Scrooge, but what does an opera company do for the holidays? There is always Humperdinck’s “Hansel and Gretel”, often presented as …

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Charlie’s Law filed to prevent vlogging while driving

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) – Senator Jo Comerford is proposing “Charlie’s Law” to prohibit drivers from recording or broadcasting videos of themselves while driving. The new legislation, a law banning video recording or broadcasting while driving, would help strengthen Massachusetts’ hands-free driving law by prohibiting video recording or broadcasting while driving. …

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Theater diary: the San Diego Musical Theater unveils its 2022 season

The San Diego Musical Theater has announced its 2022 season, which will premiere in its new home in Kearny Mesa, SDMT Stage. Former home of the co-founders of SDMT, Gary and Erin Lewis, the longtime Tupperware sales and distribution company, the now-retired couple are transforming the building’s former events and …

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Salvadoran singer recalls his performance with Vicente Fernández – NBC Los Angeles

Vicente Fernández was the king of Mexico and Latin America. His music has marked generations and inspired other artists. One of these artists was José Reyes, known as Charro de Cuscatlán, who had the honor of sharing the stage with Don Chente. “In 1999, in the month of June, on …

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The Many Lives of Kathleen Turner

The suicide virgins maybe my favorite performance of yours. I really think this is your most underrated. Me too. And it was really hard! My daughter was a teenager at the time and I called her every night shouting, “Don’t you never fucking die! This character had to be rendered …

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“Succession” recap, season 3 finale: Boo, souls

Guess Shiv shouldn’t have told Tom she didn’t love him, did he? Before we get into this week’s speed leaderboard, let’s take a look at how things went in the eventful season finale of Succession. What happened Kendall and the pool: It turns out that Kendall has been drowning and …

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West Side Story wins particularly disappointing weekend

The disappointment felt at the box office this weekend shouldn’t be that a critically acclaimed musical and possibly an Oscar favorite failed to score a higher total at the top of the box office. We should not yet be completely out of the woods when it comes to the pandemic. …

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Katie Taylor expects better performance against Amanda Serrano

Katie Taylor praised Firuza Sharipova after beating the Kazakh boxer and is preparing for a fight with Amanda Serrano in 2022. Sharipova went the distance with the undisputed champion but the Irish came out victorious after a tough fight. Speaking after the win, Taylor admitted it had been far from …

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Rajinikanth: Outstanding Actor, Style Icon & More, Fan Writes

On superstar Rajinikanth’s birthday, one avid fan writes about growing up watching his movies, admiring him, his style, his acting and his humility off the screen. My social networks are already full of posts celebrating Superstar Rajinikanth’s birthday (December 12). Every message I read brings back a memory. Everyone feels …

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Classical music, WCLV assumes key roles in the merger of public radio stations

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Don’t call classical music a niche. Not in Greater Cleveland. As the recent merger of Northeast Ohio’s public radio stations clearly shows, classical music remains a powerhouse that attracts attention and guides decisions. From a deal in which it seemed there were no losers, WCLV-FM clearly emerged …

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New algorithm predicts CPU power consumption billions of times per second while requiring little power or clean circuitry

Computer engineers at Duke University have developed a new AI method to accurately predict the power consumption of any type of computer processor over a trillion times per second while barely using the computing power it -same. Dubbed APOLLO, the technique has been validated on high-performance, real-world microprocessors and may …

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Hamilton Resident Manager Makes Bass the Room It’s Going On: Austinite Ashley Brooke Monroe Brings Broadway Touring Show Back To The Stage She Loves – Arts

Austin Scott (center) as Alexander Hamilton Photo by Joan Marcus (Photo by Joan Marcus) For many Austinites, their first glimpse of a Broadway show doesn’t involve walking up Seventh Avenue from Times Square. She’s attending a tour at Bass Concert Hall, and for Ashley Brooke Monroe, it was the night, …

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UK broadcaster hires Labor Party member who defends anti-Semitism | JNS

A member of the British Labor Party who defended its former leader, Jeremy Corbyn, when he was accused of anti-Semitism has been hired to join the board of directors of the British public service broadcaster Channel 4. Tess Alps is now the non-executive director of the chain, The telegraph reported …

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Drury Lane Theater announces the 2022/2023 season

Featuring Tony Award-winning musicals A Chorus Line and The King and I by Rogers and Hammerstein, as well as the inspiring story of Steel Magnolias, the classic Agatha Christie Murder on the Orient Express thriller and the Elf family vacation show the Musical, Drury Lane presents what is sure to …

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Bethlehem Alive takes guests on a guided nativity story performance

WOOSTER – Area residents can relive the famous story of the Bible when Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem this weekend at Wayne County Fairgrounds Coliseum to raise money for the 4-H youth program. Brilliant life players will present Bethlehem Alive, an outdoor walking tour where a guide walks guests …

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Interest in Stephen Sondheim’s music, books and performances soars after his death

And there are other productions of Sondheim shows in the works. The reminders! program in downtown New York had previously announced that it planned a two week series of “Into the Woods” next May, with public school students and seniors joining Sara Bareilles, Christian Borle, Heather Hedley and Ashley Park …

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Lorraine Kelly to receive CBE at Windsor Castle for broadcasting services

LORRAINE Kelly is slated to receive a CBE at Windsor Castle for her 37 year broadcast. The Scots TV presenter, 61, was on the Queen’s Birthday Honors list last year. 1 Lorraine will receive her CBECredit: Rex Features Lorraine is named CBE for her services to broadcasting, journalism and charity. …

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Can the Steelers’ defense build on their performance against the Ravens?

The Pittsburgh Steelers appeared to flip a switch on the Baltimore Ravens Sunday of Week 13 at Heinz Field. After back-to-back poor defensive performances, the defense responded with one of their most dominant days in some time. What the Steelers did on Sunday also means they can still be one …

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The orchestras unveil their 2022 star-studded concert program

December. 7. 2021 Settings Way of life 2021-12-07 17:01 The orchestras unveil their 2022 star-studded concert program Poster for the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra (SPO) Season 1 2022 program / Courtesy of SPO By Park Ji-wonAmid the pandemic entering its third year, Korean orchestras have recruited foreign conductors as musical directors, …

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Zero Density announces universal control user interface for broadcasters

IZMIR from Turkey—Zero Density unveiled RealityHub 1.2, a massive update to its production software that allows broadcasters to manage everything from real-time graphics to robotic cameras, all in one place with a web browser. With the upgrade, users can integrate most equipment, automation systems, and external data sources into RealityHub …

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The film “Oildale” focuses on the veterans

In the feature film “Oildale” (shot entirely in Bakersfield), two strangers one day meet in “the streets of Bakersfield”, and to the beat of the Bakersfield sound that it is paved with, human kindness gradually eased these wounds. “Everyone is going through something,” said Jessica Castello, who plays “Carlie” in …

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Florida survives punitive performance in TCU painting

The Texas Christian women’s basketball team, at one point early in their game against the Gators, was shooting 63 percent from the field, but the Horned Frogs were unable to secure the victory. How is it possible? The answer is turnaround. Every 22. Florida (7-3) came away with a 63-54 …

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Review: An ambitious project returns to the Philharmonie

After a long delay, Joan Tower’s “1920/2019” premiered on Friday by the New York Philharmonic at Alice Tully Hall. It was worth the wait for this 14-minute work from one of America’s most eminent composers – who, at 83, is still so inventive. The piece is part of Project 19, …

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Milwaukee Bucks dedicate interview room to former broadcaster Jim Paschke

A much larger-than-normal crowd gathered at the back of the main interview room at the Fiserv Forum as Mike Budenholzer held his pre-game press conference on Saturday night before the Milwaukee Bucks faced off against the Miami Heat. One of the spectators, seated in the last row of tables, was …

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‘Extraordinary and Influential’ Playwright Robert Holman Dies Aged 69 | Theater

Robert Holman, the playwright’s playwright who was revered for his finely crafted, extremely insightful and humane dramas, has died at the age of 69. His death on Friday evening was announced by the agency. Casarotto Ramsay & Associates who called him an “extraordinary playwright and extraordinary human being”. Among the …

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Grizzlies focus on Mavs after record performances

The Memphis Grizzlies are building on the momentum from a record-breaking victory in their Saturday night clash against host Dallas Mavericks. The Grizzlies recorded their third straight, season-high win, emphatically, shattering for a 152-79 rout of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday. The 73-point victory margin was the largest in …

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Former San Antonio Symphony Music Director goes on strike

The former musical director of the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra speaks out on the strike by symphonic musicians and the stalled contract negotiations. SAN ANTONIO – Former musical director of the San Antonio Symphony who served with the orchestra for ten years, from 2010 to 2020, shares his perspective on …

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The City Theater presents “Home for the Holidays … Welcome!” “- City Express Bag

The City Theater was back last weekend to wrap up its 2021 season with “Home for the Holidays… Welcome Back,” a live-streamed show consisting of nine short, vacation-themed plays accompanied by new monologues. The second series of performances will take place from Thursday, December 2 to Sunday, December 5 at …

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Great Game, Poor Performance – When Doesn’t a Bad Frame Rate Really Matter?

Image: Rising Star Games It seems like no game release is safe these days without frame rate graphics and resolutions being counted. That’s fair enough, as games need to be delivered in a proficient and playable state, but it’s easy to forget that we are often spoiled in this modern …

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Cunard and Pacific Symphony announce new partnership – Cruise Industry News

Cunard announced a partnership with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra in Orange County, becoming its official cruise line. “We are delighted to partner with the Pacific Symphony, a beloved cultural gem in Orange County,” the cruise line wrote. According to a press release, Cunard is sponsoring the organization’s first Box Circle …

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The omicron variant was found in 24 countries

Updated December 1, 2021, 2:13 p.m. ET The omicron variant of the coronavirus has now been found in two dozen countries and the World Health Organization says while there is still a lot to be learned about the new strain, there is no indication that existing COVID-19 vaccines will not …

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The Musical, “comedian Killer Beaz on the Springfield show schedule

Son of the nutcracker! Buddy and his friends from “Elf,” the 2003 movie turned musical, return to production at the Springfield Theater Center on Friday. We can also recommend a ride on “The Polar Express” at the Legacy Theater and “A Schmaltzmark Christmas”, an adjustment of all those “made for …

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Canyon Concert Ballet Presents 40th Annual Nutcracker Show

FORT COLLINS, Colorado – The Canyon Concert Ballet returns to the theater after the Nutcracker 2020 closed due to COVID-19. CCB’s production of The Nutcracker will feature 125 dancers, 250 gorgeous costumes, special effects, fantastic lighting, sets and feature films with the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Wes …

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