Monthly Archives: April 2022

May weekend releases, here’s a list of new shows and movies to watch

This weekend, keep an eye out for the latest releases from your favorite Bollywood, Hollywood or Tollywood stars, as many new series and movies are releasing on OTT platforms as well as in cinemas. These movies cover a wide range of topics, including sports, comedy, horror, suspense, thrillers, and romance …

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Orvilla Peck’s inclusive view of Coachella performance

However often you listen to contemporary country, there’s no denying that the socio-cultural and political factors that once defined its fan base have slowly but surely changed. Over the past few years, what was once a space reserved for straight white cisgender conservatives with an affinity for Christianity has gradually …

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Judge stops Kemp’s unlimited fundraising in gubernatorial race

A federal judge ruled Thursday that a special campaign committee created by Georgia Governor Brian Kemp cannot raise funds unless and until he secures his party’s nomination. A state law passed last year and signed by Kemp allowed some senior party officials and candidates to create “steering committees” that can …

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Was the Cleveland International Film Festival at Playhouse Square a success? The organizers say yes

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland International Film Festival saw an attendance of 77,531 for the 46th annual event, which ran from March 30 to April 17. The number includes 28,567 people who attended Playhouse Square in person and 48,964 people who watched online. “We are so grateful to everyone who …

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TYM Performance launches a range of sports nutritional supplements

Robert Wildman, Ph.D., is a fitness and health expert with over 20 years of academic teaching and research experience. He specializes in the formulation, branding and marketing of new products in the field of sports nutrition. Wildman has over 15 years of industry experience working closely with brands such as …

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Broadway musicals abound with Player’s Guild of Dearborn’s ‘Anything Goes’ and Fisher’s ‘The Band’s Visit’ and ‘Anastasia’ – Daily Tribune

Broadway musicals abound on local stages, with the Player’s Guild of Dearborn presenting its pandemic-delayed production of “Anything Goes” and the Fisher holding back-to-back Broadway tours, with “The Band’s Visit” closing May 1. and a May 5 opening for “Anastasia.” COLE PORTER’S ‘ANYTHING GOES’ OPENS AT DEARBORN PLAYERS GUILD Cole …

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Singapore Executes Disabled Malaysian Drug Convict

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Singapore on Wednesday executed a mentally disabled Malaysian man convicted of a drug-related offense after a court rejected a last-minute challenge by his mother and international appeals to spare him. Nagaenthran K. Dharmalingam, 34, had been on death row for more than a decade after being convicted …

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State Theater Hosts Farm Party to Celebrate Centennial Anniversary

NEWS | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 04/26/2022 (NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) — New Jersey State Theater will host Party on the Farm, a gala to celebrate the centennial anniversary of State Theater New Jersey on Saturday, May 7, 2022. The State Theater Benefit Gala will be held at …

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Samsung’s rugged T7 Shield portable SSD delivers fast, long-lasting durability and performance for creative professionals and consumers on the go

New credit card-sized external SSD delivers blazing-fast data transfer speeds in a drop-, water-, and dust-resistant design for indoor and outdoor content creation Without performance degradation when transferring large files, the T7 Shield is ideal for high definition video recording and editing Samsung Electronics America, the leader in advanced memory …

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Kemp and Perdue clash over debating election

Georgia’s two leading Republican gubernatorial candidates kicked off the first of three debates on Sunday by bickering over who was responsible for Republican electoral losses in 2020 and 2021, with former U.S. Senator David Perdue pressing his attack on the incumbent governor. Brian Kemp. Democratic control in Washington, while Kemp …

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Arts Beat: Sevenars announce summer classical and jazz concerts

Tony and Chita in the Berkshires! Broadway award-winning singer-dancer Tony Yazbeck, Tony Award nominee for “On the Town” (who was born on Barrington Stage), and Chita Rivera, a Broadway legend, will appear at the Berkshire Theater Group’s Colonial Theater on 28 and May 29, respectively. . Yazbeck starred in “Flying …

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“This is the team we want to be” | Clutch performance silences critics

When Rudy Gobert walked into his post-match press conference on Saturday night, the 7-foot Frenchman somehow had his tall frame fit behind a full-sized desk. With ice on his knees, Gobert eventually made his way into a comfortable position, rarely making eye contact with the large number of media members …

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Juni B. returns to the children’s festival

The St. Albert Children’s Theater returns with a musical suite. When it comes to musicals, parents often stop and ask what makes a good introductory choice for kids. There are plenty of musicals out there, but where do you find shows that are age-appropriate for kids and appealing to parents? …

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Peterson’s record performance highlights Friday’s two-meet slate

Highlighted by Sean Peterson crossing the finish line at Hayward Field in record fashion, Youngstown State’s track and field program produced several personal performances in Friday’s two meetings at the Oregon Relays and Jesse Owens Classic. With a time of 3:40.33, Peterson set a new YSU record in the men’s …

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Play ball! Opera Orlando heads to diamond in 2022-23 season – Orlando Sentinel

Orlando Opera House is set to play ball in its 2022-23 season with a tribute to the nation’s pastime: baseball. The season, announced today, will also see the return of a beautiful true Christmas story of war and peace. Among the more traditional offerings are a masterpiece by Mozart – …

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Southwest fire crews brace for dangerous winds to return

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Firefighters brace for fierce southwesterly winds to return after a brief reprieve allowed them to tackle overhead blazes for the first time in days as half a dozen large blazes forest continues to grow in Arizona and New Mexico. More than 500 firefighters were watching the lines …

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Ten tips about the Tibbs Drive-In Theater – Indianapolis Monthly

Tibbs is Indy’s newest drive-in theater. In 1967, when the venue opened, the city had many places to see a movie outside. But one by one they fell either through lack of interest or rising property values, which saw the real estate they sat on used for housing estates and …

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Performance of multiplex celiac antibody test in the diagnosis of pediatric celiac disease (CD)

For one study, researchers sought to determine how an automated celiac disease (CD) serology analyzer (Bioplex2200) performed in real-life situations and find a link between TGA levels and intestinal biopsies in children. Patients with both anti-tissue transglutaminase (TGA) antibody serologic testing and duodenal biopsies were included in a retrospective evaluation …

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Group manager Aliquippa hired, as music program restart progresses

ALIQUIPPA − Steps continue to be taken to revitalize the band and music program at Aliquippa High School. A month ago, the Aliquippa School Board hired Samuel Froehlich as the school district’s new group director for the 2022-23 school year. Froehlich was a full-time music teacher at Borland Manor and …

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Russian-Ukrainian War: What Happened Today (April 19)

As Monday draws to a close in Kyiv and Moscow, here are the main developments of the day: Ukrainian and Russian leaders said a new phase of Russian operations in Ukraine has begun. Ukrainian officials dubbed it the Battle of Donbass, referring to the eastern area that Moscow had previously …

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7 movies released in April that you should pay attention to

Two years after the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, everyone is experiencing some semblance of normalcy with governments lifting restrictions. The cinemas that have been closed the longest are back in business and people are returning in droves to see movies on the big screen. The last two Fridays of …

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Grindrod Shipping: Strong performance and shareholder returns (NASDAQ: GRIN)

InfinitumProdux/iStock via Getty Images Grindrod Expedition (NASDAQ: GRIN) is a dry bulk shipping company that has seen a dramatic turnaround in profits over the past year thanks to the recovery in charter rates. The company used these profits to repay debt, giving it a healthy balance sheet, and improving shareholder …

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Thalapathy66: Has S Thaman started working on the music for Thalapathy Vijay & Rashmika Mandanna’s upcoming album?

S Thaman is one of the best composers in the Telugu film industry. Fans are struck by his moving music. His unreleased projects include Thalapathy Vijay’s untitled film, Thalapathy66. The actor and musical director have joined forces for the first time, after missing a few opportunities to work together. Now, …

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Clashes erupt again near Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem

Updated April 17, 2022 9:18 a.m. ET JERUSALEM — Israeli police entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem’s Old City on Sunday to secure the path for Jewish visitors to the holy powder keg site, fueling clashes that left 17 Palestinians injured, according to Palestinian medical workers. The unrest came …

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Mickey Mouse was stuck with an eyeball during a packed performance

Can you imagine going to Walt Disney World Resort and seeing Mickey Mouse lose an eye? Well, that’s exactly what happened to a handful of guests after the costume malfunctioned. Credit: Disney In the past, we have actually seen this happen on the Diseny Cruise Line. On the Disney Magic …

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Full cast announced for (mostly) HIGH TIME musicals! At Vitello

(especially) the musicals are back at Vitello and ready to receive LIT on 4.20! Join Gregory Nabours and a slew of SMOKIN’ hot artists from Broadway and LA for a HIGH TIME at Feinstein’s at Vitello’s. The BUZZ-worthy cast includes: Garrett Clayton (Link in “HAIRSPRAY Live,” “The Fairly OddParents: Fairly …

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Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb shine as recipients of the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame in New York

Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb were beaming as they were to be inducted into the Broadcast and Cable Hall of Fame at the organization’s 30th anniversary gala on Thursday at New York’s Ziegfeld Ballroom. Kotb, 57, stunned in a sleeveless silver top with black flared pants as she posed with …

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Types of bad credit loans and their uses

If you have bad credit and need cash fast, you may not realize that you may still have loans you qualify for. A loan for bad credit could be an option if you have been refused by your bank or credit union and borrowing from relatives or friends is not …

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Statement Regarding OHSU Financial Performance

OHSU President Danny Jacobs, his leadership team, along with senior leaders from across the organization, are developing a new strategic and disciplined budget approach for the next five years. (OHSU) “I am extremely grateful for all that all of our members have done and continue to do to help support …

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How to find an apartment to rent with bad credit

Julie Aiello, provided by April 12, 2022 Image Source: Credits: iStock.com/GrapeImagesZumper So you want to rent an apartment but you have a bad credit rating. Take comfort in knowing that you are not alone – many Americans find themselves in this situation. And while a low credit score can impact …

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At least 5 people were shot dead in a New York subway station

Updated April 12, 2022 at 11:34 a.m. ET At least five people were shot dead in a New York City subway station during morning rush hour on Tuesday, police said. Authorities say they are still looking for the shooter. Filming took place at the 36th Street Station in Brooklyn’s Sunset …

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Theater Review: “Sense and Sensibility” at Everyman Theater

The Sense and Sensibility Company. Photo by Teresa Castracane. Jane Austen is one of Britain’s best-loved writers on both sides of the pond thanks, in part, to A&E first delivering 1995’s fan-favorite ‘Pride and Prejudice’ starring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle. But it was PBS’ Masterpiece which ran the complete …

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Guadalupe Maravilla on ‘Detention Center Performance’ Video

In May 2017, Guadalupe Maravilla visited a shelter just north of New York to help run an art workshop for undocumented teenagers. Most of the children the government had placed there pending court appearances that would determine whether they could stay in the country were from Central America. This gave …

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Acharya Re-Recording – Koratala Shiva Changed Musical Director

Acharya Re-Recording – Koratala Shiva Changed Musical Director The film Acharya starring Chiranjeevi and Charan is said to put strain on director Koratala Shiva. Devisri Prasad has been the music director for all films directed by Koratala Shiva, from Mirchi to Bharat Ane Nenu. However, Manisharma is selected as the …

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Russian-Ukrainian War: What Happened Today (April 9)

As Saturday draws to a close in Kyiv and Moscow, here are the main developments from the day: Ukrainian officials say Russian troops are regrouping and they will soon launch a full-scale attack in the eastern part of the country. Kramatorsk station remains closed after a missile strike on Friday, …

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Screening of historical films at the Village Theater on April 13

Dragon Painter film still of Sessue Hayakawa and Aoki in Coronado Tea Garden Courtesy of Milestone Films and Kino Lorber. The Coronado Historical Association (CHA) in partnership with the Coronado Island Film Festival will host a special screening on Wednesday, April 13, 2022 at 5 p.m. of the silent film, …

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Defense happy with A-Day performance

Auburn’s spring football game was a more typical scrimmage than Bryan Harsin’s first. The game was a four-quarter live scrimmage, ending with a Tigers team beating the Auburn team 10-9. “Overall defensively we had an opportunity for a takeaway, so we want to continue with that. I thought up front …

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Robert Spano Conducts the Fort Worth Symphony in Winning Interpretations of Varied Works

You must hear the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra this weekend. If you’re in Dallas, it’s worth the trip on I-30. Friday night at Bass Performance Hall, Music Director Designate Robert Spano led the orchestra in winning performances of a varied repertoire. Everything was finely balanced, rhythmic and graduated. Spano officially …

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Discovery closes $43 billion acquisition of WarnerMedia

Discovery said it has completed its $43 billion acquisition of WarnerMedia, which was spun off from AT&T. The deal creates Warner Bros. Discovery, a giant media company with movie studios, cable TV networks, news and sports operations, and a growing presence in the TV streaming wars. AT&T, abandoning its efforts …

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Musical ‘Tootsie’, adapted from the classic 1982 film, makes its first visit to San Diego

San Diego theater fans will see “Tootsie: The Comedy Musical” for the first time when it premieres at the San Diego Civic Theater next week. The musical was based on the 1982 Oscar-nominated film starring Dustin Hoffman as struggling New York actor Michael Becker, who dresses up as a woman …

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DVIDS – News – Performance Summit Offers Soldiers Holistic Education

CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – The U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys’ Army Wellness Center provided the community with tips on how to live a more productive and holistic life during their performance summit, at Sitman Gym and Warrior Chapel, the March 24.“Performance Summit isn’t just about training and building muscle,” …

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Five schools from Carbondale and Basalt team up to present “The Sound of Music” this weekend and next

Victor Argueta Gomez as Captain von Trapp, Evelyn Becker as Maria and other young actors perform The Sound of Music during a dress rehearsal at Basalt High School on Wednesday.Chelsea Independent/Post Independent A student production of ‘The Sound of Music’ opening this weekend in Basalt seeks to celebrate a return …

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Attorney General Garland tests positive for COVID

Updated April 6, 2022 5:11 PM ET U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland has tested positive for COVID-19, the Justice Department announced Wednesday. The news comes hours after Garland appeared at a news conference on how the Justice Department is cracking down on Russia, which was attended by members of the …

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Al Washington breaks down Notre Dame’s defensive line performance this spring

Notre Dame defensive line coach Al Washington is in a unique position this spring. He supports one of the best groups in defense, but there is still another level for the unit to reach. Washington is tasked with building the squad despite not having one of their best players (Jayson …

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Coos Bay area festivals light up the southern Oregon coast with food, music and arts

Coos Bay area festivals light up the southern Oregon coast with food, music and arts Posted 4/5/22 10:55 PM PST By the staff of the Oregon Coast Beach Connection (Coos Bay, Oregon) – Spring and summer are soon to sprout on the southern Oregon coast, and ahead are summer festivals …

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‘Payday lender’ rate cap hurts borrowers with bad credit

As for Rep. Will Guzzardi’s letter to the editor on payday lenders, it’s one thing to report success, it’s another to have data to back it up. Guzzardi is right to say that it is expensive to be poor in America. In Illinois, it’s even harder, because tens of thousands …

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The CW puts primetime shows and starter content on one app

The CW, a pioneer in the convergence of broadcast and digital, is unifying its streaming presence with a single CW app, making it easier to find programs and giving advertisers an easier way to reach a wider youth audience. The updated app streams the network’s original series, library series, and …

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The Bishop’s Stortford Musical Theater Company will perform songs from the musicals in a two-night cabaret-style show at the Manuden Village Community Center

Enjoy Hollywood razzmatazz this spring with the hit cabaret show Magic at the Movies from the Bishop’s Stortford Musical Theater Company (BSMTC). Much-loved tunes from movies, including West Side Story, The sound of music, Mary Poppins, Back to the future, Mom Mia and A star is born will be performed …

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Get ahead with live performances

As the BA.2 variant of COVID-19 looms as a possible barrier to attending live shows (even though some of us now qualify for a second encore), shows are on the rise. We’ve got a dozen baker events to consider if you’re feeling ready to hang out in the next few …

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Billy Stritch and Jim Caruso release new lyric video for ’42nd Street’

Club44 Records will release a new lyric video for the classic song “42nd Street” from The Sunday Set, Billy Stritch and Jim Caruso’s new album on Tuesday, April 5, and BroadwayWorld has your exclusive first look below! After launching the label in 2019 with Christmas at Birdland (which Stritch and …

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Russian-Ukrainian War: What Happened Today (April 3)

As Sunday draws to a close in Kyiv and Moscow, here are the main developments of the day: Ukrainian forces regaining control of the Kyiv region are reporting horrors on the ground. They include bodies of men who were apparently killed in execution style, some with their hands tied behind …

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NY Choral Society honors frontline workers with performance

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (PIX11) — The concert was called Love in Action. The New York Choral Society sang to honor and welcome first responders and frontline workers and to express gratitude and hope. It was the New York Choral Society’s first concert in 24 months. “It wasn’t a question …

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Jenna Pastuszek Makes New York’s Green Room 42 Debut With Judy Garland Tribute

To celebrate this year the 100and anniversary of the birth of the legendary Judy Garland (June 10, 1922 – June 22, 1969), performer, writer, producer and teacher Jenna Pastuszek and musical director, arranger, educator and pianist Joshua Zecher-Ross will bring their popular cabaret concert Be happy ! : A tribute …

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Motz discusses sports broadcast, Huskers | neighborhood supplement

Alongside Nebraska’s rich sports history are the media scribes, who have chronicled and covered the games in an evolving industry that has at times become unrecognizable. Nonetheless, we still have the stories aired statewide. KFOR athletic director Jeff Motz is fast approaching his 25th birthday on the airwaves in southeast …

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Bill Caldwell: The Coleman Theater lives on as the legacy of George Coleman | News

The region’s mining capitalists often had mixed heritages. Some focused solely on their wealth while others invested in civic enterprises that endure to this day. One of the finest of these is the Coleman Theater in Miami, Oklahoma, built by George L. Coleman Sr. George Levi Coleman Sr. was born …

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Local arts groups join forces for a collaborative project and performance

PETOSKEY — A songwriting business will soon turn into a special dance performance thanks to the collaborative work of five local arts organizations. The Good Hart Artist Residency – known for hosting renowned visual artists, writers and composers – welcomed composer Kate Eberstadt last December who, during her residency, worked …

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Re-nominated 12-time Grammy winner Michael Tilson Thomas faces uncertain future – CBS San Francisco

By Betty Yu and Molly McCrea SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) – At the beginning of March, at the Louise K. Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, the public was treated to a big, daring and magnificent concert called “Best in Brass”. READ MORE: State lawmakers extend pandemic eviction ban for …

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