Monthly Archives: January 2022

Penn State Festival Theater Studies Original Student Stage Plays

In association with the School of Theatre, Penn State’s BA Theater Studies Society is hosting a festival to showcase original productions from January 31 through February 6. Frederick Miller, a theater studies and comparative literature major two, was one of the artists whose work was selected to be presented, as …

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Building Performance Standards Coalition to tackle emissions from buildings

Facility Manager Cost Reduction/Best Practices Quick Reads RSS Feeds January 31, 2022 – Contact the FacilitiesNet editorial staff » President Biden recently announced the first of its kind Buildings Performance Standards Coalition during a speech at the winter meeting of the United States Conference of Mayors. The announcement highlights the …

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NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… Chorus Arrangement Album Looks Wonderful In New Trailer

News Square Enix releases a new album dedicated to the beautiful music of NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…, and it sounds great. Published on January 30, 2022 Giuseppe Nelva Homepage ” Unclassified ” NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… Chorus Arrangement Album Looks Wonderful In New Trailer Square Enix releases a new album dedicated to …

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North Korea tests longest-range missile since 2017

Updated January 29, 2022 at 11:20 p.m. ET SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea on Sunday fired what appeared to be the most powerful missile it had tested since U.S. President Joe Biden took office. Launch may have violated a self-imposed suspension of longer-range weapons testing as it revives its …

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Why Spider-Man Deserves a Best Picture Oscar Nomination

WHAT’S THE LAST movie you saw? Not at home, but in a theater. A movie where you stood in line, bought a ticket, then walked in, walked past the concession stand and immediately did a double take wondering, “Am I hallucinating? Or does a small bucket of popcorn really cost …

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DRIVE TEST: Ford Mustang Mach-E GT performance is the real deal

Shock and horror! A Mustang that’s both an SUV and an EV – and a review on RACER.com? Oh the horror! Between the Porsche Cayenne, Lamborghini Urus, Maserati Levanti, BMW X6 and many more, sporty SUVs are all the rage right now, and you’ve been living in denial if you …

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Boyd named music teacher of the year

Dr. Josh Boyd, group director at Newnan High School, has been named 2022 Music Educator of the Year. Boyd accepted the award Thursday at the Georgia Music Educators Association’s annual conference in Athens, where he was honored as “both an exemplary leader and an outstanding member of his community.” “Every …

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5 facts about Auburn’s basketball broadcaster, former coach

Radio broadcasting became a hobby for Sonny Smith when he ended his coaching career in 1998. It all started with him and former Alabama coach Wimp Sanderson doing “The Sonny and Wimp Show” for six years on WJOX-AM in Birmingham, Alabama. This show ended in January 2006. Smith said in …

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THE SHOW is coming to the Madison Theater at Molloy College

This spring, Molloy College’s Madison Theater toasts entertainment with Cocktail Hour: The Show, by New York-based dance company Ballets with a Twist. The performance will take place on Friday, April 1 at 8:00 p.m. and will feature the stage premiere of Mirage, a four-part sequel choreographed, rehearsed and produced safely …

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Driving performance degrades after smoking cannabis, but improves within hours

January 27, 2022 2 minute read Source/Disclosures Disclosures: Marcotte reported grants from the State of California while conducting the study and personal fees from Seacoast Science Inc, as a consultant on a National Science Foundation grant. Please see the study for all other relevant financial information. …

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A composition that captures the “trapped rehearsal” of the pandemic? Seattle Symphony debuts and more

The Seattle Symphony worked to minimize the upheaval caused by the sudden departure of its musical director, Thomas Dausgaard, moving quickly to find guest conductors and preserve the repertoire for the season’s remaining concerts as planned. But fans of the Symphony Orchestra’s new music lineup will be delighted to hear …

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Louisiana Public Broadcasting opens submissions for film festival

BATON ROUGE, La (BRPROUD) – Lights, cameras, action! Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB) is seeking entries for the upcoming PBS Short Film Festival. Submissions must be received by Wednesday February 23 and will be reviewed by LPB and PBS for acceptance. The PBS Short Film Festival showcases stories from filmmakers across …

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The Longhorns explode for the best performance of the season

As soon as the Longhorns were no longer a ranked team, they started playing as one. Texas (15-5, 5-3 Big 12) routed TCU (13-4, 3-3), 73-50, on the way to their biggest margin of victory over a Power 5 opponent this season, and the greatest of the Longhorns -ever won …

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The Vallejo Symphony 2022 season is back, with some changes – The Vacaville Reporter

The arts have a special place in our world, being important to savour, experience and sustain, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually, especially during difficult times. Despite the many ups and downs of the pandemic era, the Vallejo Symphony continues to perform, with the 89th season resuming with an adjusted schedule, the …

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BOONE DOCS and Cinema Classics Return to App Theater Screenings Scheduled for “Casablanca” and “My Name is Pauli Murray”

Humphrey Bogart (1899 – 1957) and Ingrid Bergman (1915 – 1982) star in Warner Brothers’ 1942 film ‘Casablanca’. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images) Continuing their philosophy of presenting classic cinema with a fresh, daring and original documentary film, the Théâtre des Appalaches du Haut-Pays offers two screenings in February for film …

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Josh Allen’s playoff performance gives Buffalo hope

Allen completed 27 of 39 passes for 329 yards and four touchdowns without interceptions. He rushed for 68 yards on 11 attempts, including a fourth down on the sideline that extended Buffalo’s opening shot. According to ESPN Stats and Info, it was the first playoff game in NFL history in …

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Baker Center’s Wednesday Acoustic Shows feature local artists and Appalachian music

When walking around Baker University Center on a normal afternoon, students, faculty, and community members often encounter monotonous escalator rides that take them from place to place. Stroll through the Baker Center on a Wednesday afternoon, however, and people will be rocked by the music of the area. The Wednesday …

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Britain in legal battle to ban BBC from airing sensitive story

The UK government and the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) are preparing for a legal battle over a story the broadcaster wants to air that allegedly identifies a spy. The Telegraph reported that the program would reveal the identity of the intelligence worker operating overseas, and it is considered a highly …

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Gators crush Commodores with dominant defensive performance

If you’re the type of person who likes to see 20 lines and 170 combined points in a game, the Gators’ game against Vanderbilt on Saturday probably made you want to vomit. The two teams combined to miss 69 shots, shoot 22% from deep and miss half of their free …

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Gold coins await three winners who can guess the musical director of “Gentleman 2”

MUMBAI: One of Tamil cinema’s most popular producers, KT Kunjumon, announced on Saturday that three fans who can correctly guess the name of the musical director of his upcoming film ‘Gentleman 2’ will each receive a gold coin. The post announcing the competition was shared on Twitter. He said, “Guess …

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Block 35 more Pakistan-based YouTube channels: Ministry of Information and Broadcasting | India News

NEW DELHI: The Union Information and Broadcasting Ministry said on Friday it had issued orders to block 35 other YouTube channels, two websites, Twitter and Instagram accounts each, and a Facebook account , all from Pakistan, for spreading anti-Indian content in a “coordinated manner on digital media”. The fake anti-Indian …

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Russian Ballet Theater Swan Lake Returns to Weinberg Center for the Arts | News

FREDERIC, Md., January 21, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Russian Ballet Theater brings unparalleled classical ballet returns to the Weinberg Center for the Arts with its breathtaking production of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake on Friday, February 18, 2022at 20:00. Tickets start at $56.75 and can be purchased online at WeinbergCenter.org, by calling …

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Ashton-Langford leads Boston College against Virginia Tech after 22-point performance

Virginia Tech Hokies (10-7, 2-4 ACC) at Boston College Eagles (7-9, 2-4 ACC) Boston; Saturday, 12 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Boston College hosts the Virginia Tech Hokies after Makai Ashton-Langford scored 22 points in Boston College’s 67-54 loss to the Louisville Cardinals. The Eagles are 6-3 in home games. Boston …

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Stone Church, Newsroom, Seacoast Rep, Wildlife Center

It’s that time of year when our weekends need to warm up. There are plenty of ways to warm up around the coast with live music from the barn of words in Exeter with John Smith at The music room in Portsmouth with Citizen Cope at The dance hall in …

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Nothing is easy in the cold, not even the broadcast

No matter what you think, making a play-by-play for any sport is a tough thing. The big ones make it look easy, but it’s not. Prep work dominates things leading up to the broadcast, getting notes, nuggets, and entertaining treats takes time. Then, once you’re ready, some stages are better …

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How Sankaradas Swamigal shaped Tamil theater before he was ‘forced’ out

Sankaradas Swamigal is the lyricist for the song “Gnana Palathai Pizhinthu” from the 1965 film Thiruvilaiyadal. Pictures: Wikipedia It’s hard to find a Tamil movie lover who hasn’t heard the song “Gnana Palathai Pizhinthu” from the 1965 movie Thiruvilaiyal. Unfortunately, it is equally difficult to find anyone who knows the …

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Best Loans for Bad Credit in 2022: Online Options

While bad credit can make it harder to get affordable financing, it doesn’t mean you can’t qualify for a bad credit loan. You just need to look for lenders who offer financial products to people in your credit range. We’ve ranked and rated our partner lenders to help you find …

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Lakeside High School to Host Pipe Organ Festival | Local News

SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP – A nationally renowned organist will be the guest artist and clinician at the first annual Bud Hill Memorial Pipe Organ Festival later this month. “The festival is a celebration of the vision, passion and contributions of William E. [Bud] Hill to the performing arts in her community, …

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The movement to blame inflation on Biden

Over the past few months, unflattering President Biden stickers have been popping up at gas stations across America. They have been spotted in places like Georgia, Ohio, Idaho and along I-95 between Washington, DC and Florida. The stickers typically show Biden pointing at gas prices, saying “I did this!” We …

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Allu Arjun’s old movie dubbed in Hindi to be released in cinemas

New Delhi: Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo, a 2020 action drama starring Allu Arjun will now be dubbed and aired in Hindi to take advantage of the actor’s new fan base in North India following the success of his latest action film Pushpa-The Rise: Part One. The film, also available on Netflix and …

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Cameron Norrie explodes his performance against Sebastian Korda

World number 12 Cameron Norrie was not at all happy with the way he fared against Sebastian Korda in their Australian Open first round match. 12-seeded Norrie delivered a poor performance as Korda cruised to a 6-3 6-0 6-4 win to advance to the second round at Melbourne Park. Korda …

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Montreal dancer Tamara Rojo plans to ‘open the conversation’ as San Francisco Ballet’s new artistic director

Tamara Rojo, the charismatic Spanish ballerina who leads the English National Ballet, will become artistic director of San Francisco Ballet when its longtime director Helgi Tomasson steps down at the end of 2022.Handout San Francisco Ballet’s new artistic director, Tamara Rojo, may be best known as a world-famous Spanish ballerina, …

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Opinion: Remembering a friendship with Terry Teachout

NPR’s Scott Simon remembers theater critic and playwright Terry Teachout, who died this week at the age of 65. Transcription SCOTT SIMON, HOST: Terry Teachout once worked as a bank teller in Kansas City, and I think he liked to bring that fact up in conversation with theater people. It …

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Detroit Film Theater’s new program features bold fare, documentaries and classics

A visually stunning film that takes viewers to a remote corner of the globe — and has a totally unexpected connection to Detroit — is one of the highlights of the Detroit Film Theater’s Winter-Spring 2022 schedule. For the venerable cinema housed inside the Detroit Institute of Arts, the new …

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Wichita State takes on Cincinnati after Etienne’s 20-point performance

Cincinnati Bearcats (12-5, 2-2 AAC) at Wichita State Shockers (9-6, 0-3 AAC) Wichita, Kansas; Sunday, 1 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Wichita State takes on the Cincinnati Bearcats after Tyson Etienne scored 20 points in Wichita State’s 68-67 loss to the Tulane Green Wave. The Shockers are 6-4 in home games. …

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From South Charleston to the Kennedy Center: WV native works with legends as music director | Life & Arts

On a busy vacation afternoon at Capitol Market, Kanawha County native Kevin Struthers tried not to seem too excited about his job, but sometimes it’s nearly impossible not to get ecstatic. “I’m the director of jazz, chamber music and new classical music programming at the Kennedy Center,” he said with …

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Quick hits: Bregman, Taillon, Van Horne

Astros third baseman Alex Bregman was cleared to strike today for the first time since undergoing surgery on his right wrist in November, Fox26’s Mark Berman from Houston reports (Twitter link with video). Although he played there, Bregman suffered a wrist injury in September, an issue that only came to …

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Do you have bad credit Here are some options to explore

Although you may think you don’t have many credit options, you don’t. In reality, there are many different credit cards you can apply for if your credit score is low. If you have bad credit, it’s a good idea to realize your options before getting approved for a new card. …

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Tyler Wahl puts in a full performance as Wisconsin men’s basketball revenge on Ohio State | Wisconsin Badgers Men’s Basketball

Wahl missed just two field goals — both 3-point attempts — while connecting on 80% of his shots and 50% from beyond the arc. He came into the game shooting 50% overall, but was down from 0 of 17 from behind the arc. With 20 points in the win over …

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BBC broadcaster John Stevenson, 68, likely died of natural causes, investigation finds

BBC broadcaster John Stevenson has likely already died of natural causes when his partner and full-time caregiver tried to lift his body before collapsing and dying alongside him, an investigation has found. John Stevenson, 68, was found dead on the floor of his living room in Aberdare, Wales, with the …

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Film exhibitors’ association urges Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan to increase ticket prices – The New Indian Express

Through Express news service VIJAYAWADA: With the government putting in place a nighttime curfew in the state starting January 18, the association of film exhibitors has called a meeting here on Wednesday to discuss how to manage the theaters at 50% occupancy with three shows per day. The meeting rose …

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An Astros performance overshadowed by an all-time greats

With the lockdown, Major League Baseball’s Twitter remembers some of the most dominant performances in recent history. And recently on the app, Kerry Wood’s 20 takedown game reappeared, as the Houston Astros were on the opposite side of the story. From what appeared to be a draw in the end, …

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Me2 / orchestra celebrates 10th anniversary, free concerts Burlington Boston

A music organization dedicated to supporting mental health is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a concert this week in Burlington and a performance next weekend at a famous Boston music hall. Me2 /, which bills itself as the only classical music organization in the world created for musicians living with …

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Ranking of TV broadcasters in the CFP national championship match

When it comes to the all-SEC CFP final, ESPN has made it clear that it just means more. They made up more options than a QB Lane Kiffin versus an all-out blitz for viewers. Most people choose a channel and stick to it. But with so many options, someone should …

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Dancer / choreographer Shade Théret THROWAWAY LINE transferred to the Odyssey theater

Berlin-based dancer and choreographer Shade Théret returns to the Odyssey Theater series Dance at the Odyssey for a single performance of her latest work, Throwaway Line. Throwaway Line is a tragi-romantic-thrill-comedy dance solo composed for a ruthless actress. The story unfolds like an open journal. Fragmented accounts of the actress’ …

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Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Performance Awards, presented by Nextiva – January 10, 2022

SAN FRANCISCO – The Pac-12 today announced their women’s basketball performance awards, presented by Nextiva, for games played Jan. 3-9 and voted on by media covering the league. PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jaylyn Sherrod, Jr., G, Colorado (Birmingham, Ala.)»2G, 20.0 PPG, 3.5 RPG, 8.0 APG, 2.0 SPG Average 20.0 points …

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Nagarjuna and Naga Chaitanya confident in the success of “Bangarraju”

Hyderabad, January 10 (IANS): Nagarjuna and Naga Chaitanya-starrer’s ‘Bangarraju’ musical evening took place in Hyderabad as the father-son duo seemed confident about the film’s success. Nagarjuna, during his speech, revealed that the theatrical trailer for “Bangarraju” will launch on January 11, a few days before the film hits screens. The …

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How to know the winners

There will be no hosts, no presenters, no red carpet events and no audiences at the 2022 Golden Globes. (Robyn Beck / AFP via Getty Images) (NEXSTAR) – The Golden Globes will be drastically different this year, no one will be able to see it. After confirming that there will …

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Bend Man’s Work to Help Bring Home MIAs Featured in New Documentary

Special screening of “To What Remains” on January 20 at the Tower Theater BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – More than 75 years after the end of World War II, an estimated 80,000 American soldiers remain unaccounted for, their last remaining unknown. A new documentary, “To What Remains,” screened at Bend’s Tower …

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GREAT OFFENSIVE PERFORMANCE POWERED THE BULLDOGS TO A GREAT HOME WIN, IMPROVING TO 15-0

Next game: at Winona State University 01/14/2022 | 5:30 p.m. Duluth, Minn. – Junior Redshirt Drew blair reached his 1000th point tonight thanks to a 2sd half layup tonight. Blair has reached this benchmark in just 58 games in his Bulldog career. The number 5/6 Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs hosted the …

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The late music director Aadesh Shrivatsava’s son Avitesh will debut at Sirf Ek on Friday

Avitesh Shrivastava Avitesh, the son of the late singer Aadesh Srivastava, will be cast in a film called Sirf Ek Friday by Deepak Mukut and Mansi Bagla. It’s the story of a young adult who leads a carefree life but suddenly decides to follow his late mother’s unfulfilled dream of …

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Rockets and City of Houston pay homage to longtime broadcaster Bill Worrell

On Friday, the Rockets and Houston City Council honored longtime TV broadcaster Bill Worrell with “Bill Worrell Day, ”which included both an official proclamation from Mayor Sylvester Turner and special activities throughout Friday’s home game at the Toyota Center. The Rockets honored Worrell throughout the game against Dallas, including a …

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The Connection to Old Hollywood: Peter Bogdanovich (1939-2022) | Tributes

Bogdanovich took a minute to dust himself off but came back with an extremely enjoyable set of failures. “Illegally yours, “Texasville, “Noises off,” and “The thing called love”All underperformed, but they are all good. “Texasville” in particular is gorgeous, best seen in a BETA copy of the Gray Market Director’s …

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The Solana network faces degraded performance for the second time this week

Solana blockchain faced its second degradation in network performance incident this week. According to Solana, this is happening due to an increase in high compute transactions. As a result, the network capacity that was originally advertised at 50,000 transactions per second (TPS) has been reduced to several thousand TPS. Solana …

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Mercury Theater Chicago announces cast and performers for WOMEN OF SOUL

Artistic director Christopher Chase Carter, General manager Shane Murray-Corcoran, and executive producers Walter stearns and Eugene Dizon announce the cast and creative crew for Mercury Theater Chicago’s upcoming 2021-2022 season Mainstage production, Women of Soul, featuring a special tribute to Aretha franklin. This production is written and directed by Daryl …

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Covid Broadcast Equipment Market – 19 Impact Analysis, Trends and Forecast to 2028

“ Global Market Vision has added new report titled Broadcast Equipment Market. It includes the analytical data of target industries, which provides different information to drive businesses. For industries growth, it focuses more on on-going trends and studies recent developments in the Broadcast Equipment market. It covers different aspects of …

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8 bad credit card habits you need to break

Credit cards can be beneficial tools when used responsibly, but they can wreak havoc on your credit score and financial health when used the wrong way. Unfortunately, it’s easy to get on a slippery slope with credit cards, but it’s not too late to turn things around by making smart …

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The Mix: Things to do in Chicago January 6-12, 2022

Theater The Tony Award-winning cover of “Oklahoma!” is redesigned for the 21st century. The classic story takes place amid the frontier life that shaped America and, without changing a word from the original text, director Daniel Fish has created a production that The New Yorker says allows audiences to “relive …

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Dell Selects OMNIVISION OV02C for Highest 1080p Webcam Performance in Next Generation Latitude Laptops

LAS VEGAS – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – OMNIVISION, a leading global developer of semiconductor solutions, including advanced digital, analog and touch imaging and display technologies, today announced that the OV02C image sensor has selected by Dell for its next-generation Latitude laptops to be unveiled at CES 2022. The OV02C will allow …

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Portland Opera’s Acting Music Director Talks About Exercise, Matcha, Anti-Racism & More

When Damien Geter, Interim Music Director and Artistic Advisor for Portland Opera, says he listened to all types of music growing up, he truly means it. “It sounds hyperbolic, but it’s true,” says Geter. “We probably listened to mostly R&B and gospel, but we listened to Dolly Parton, we listened …

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StarTimes secures rights to broadcast 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in sub-Saharan Africa

leader of Africa pay TV the operator has acquired the broadcasting rights from the African Football Confederation (CAF) TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations 2021 in Sub-Saharan Africa. The 33rd edition of the African Cup of Nations organized by CAF will be played in Cameroon from January 9 to February 6, …

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Cortland Repertory Theater announces auditions for young artists

The Cortland Repertory Theater in Cortland NY has announced youth auditions for central New York City actors ages 8 to 13 for the summer production of Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s “Mary Poppins”. This musical is based on the stories of PL Travers and the Walt Disney film, featuring a book …

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Miley Cyrus Relives Dolly Parton’s Iconic Song Performance With Noah Cyrus

Miley Cyrus relives all the best moments of her New Years Eve party, and one of the most memorable performances of the night involved the singer’s younger sister “Midnight Sky”, Noah Cyrus. Noah, who turns 22 on Saturday, January 8, joined his sister on stage on NBC’s New Years special …

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Opera 21 Releases Scenes From Upcoming Work “The Last Castrato”

The new company Opera 21 has released excerpts from their upcoming work, “The Last Castrato”. The opera follows the private life of Alessandro Moreschi, who was the last castrato singer employed by the Pope. Composed by Torsten Rasch and to a libretto by Max Hoehn, the excerpts feature countertenor Andrew …

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Longtime NASCAR broadcaster Hill Overton dies at 85

Hill Overton was a 13-year-old boy to Matthews when he persuaded his father to take him to the inaugural NASCAR Cup Series race in Charlotte in 1949. With grandstand tickets sold out, father and son watched the cars speed up from the side of a hill outside of Turn 3, …

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‘Mean Girls’ Actress Nadina Hassan Talks About Playing Regina As A Woman Of Color | Arts-and-theater

Here’s what these Okies and other stars with Oklahoma ties have been up to lately: It’s been an active year for Broken Arrow-born Kristin chenoweth. The Tony and Emmy Award winner was one of the stars of “Schmigadoon!”, The Apple + limited series which was both a tribute and a …

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Giants players comment on head coach Joe Judge’s performance

Getty New York Giants head coach Joe Judge watches Lincoln Financial Field on December 26, 2021 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu / Getty Images) Despite a few lost seasons to start his tenure, the New York Giants have already decided to return with head coach Joe Judge in …

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Vanessa Redgrave and more recognized in New Years Honor Roll

the The 2022 New Years Honors list has been revealed and features a plethora of names that have contributed to the theater industry. Actress Vanessa Redgrave and actress Joanna Lumley are named Dame. They are joined by Sadler’s Wells Artistic Director Alistair Spalding has been awarded a knight. CBEs are …

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