Monthly Archives: September 2022

Niecy Nash (Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story): Best Performance

Whereas Evan Peters is praised by critics and viewers (and deservedly so) for playing serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in Netflix’s “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.” I wanted to shine the spotlight on another cast member who is giving the best performance of his career: Niece Nash. The actress plays the …

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A teenager from Charlevoix will perform on Saturday with the Orchester de chambre des Grands Lacs

PETOSKEY — When Karlie Thomas, 15, of Charlevoix, was in fourth grade, she decided she wanted to spend her life doing something with music. In fifth grade, she learned the flute but always knew she wanted to play the saxophone. It wasn’t until sixth grade that she was able to …

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Can Hurricane TV reporters come in now? Please?

When I saw a tree branch fly into The Weather Channel’s intrepid anchor Jim Cantore as he struggled to stand against high winds signaling from the middle of the storm as he landed the hurricane Ian on Wednesday, I couldn’t help but have a fleeting and terrible thought: Maybe now …

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10 things to do in Greater Columbus this weekend

It’s almost October and the weather is getting colder, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t events heating up the entertainment scene around Greater Columbus! There’s still fun to do outside: Chalk the Block, two festivals (one beer, one macaroni and cheese) and the Columbus Crew’s final home game of the …

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Women’s Football No. 1 Spalding delivers full performance to beat No. 6 Notre Dame Prep, 1-0, in IAAM A opener – Baltimore Sun

With 14 seniors on a talented roster that includes four four-year-old standouts, Archbishop Spalding’s No.1 women’s soccer team has plenty of confidence that comes with valuable experience. It helps explain why senior midfielder Sophie Thibeault was sure a teammate would be waiting for her at the far post after her …

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How Jill Gearin’s Childhood Dream Became Baseball Broadcast History

You could say that Jill Gearin’s major league debut was a home run. Moments after analyst Tom Candiotti greeted her at the Arizona Diamondbacks’ radio broadcast booth at Dodger Stadium in the top of the third inning on Sept. 20, their audience was greeted by the familiar crack of the …

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Under 1 Roof Thanet leading trio named new owner of Granville Cinema – The Isle Of Thanet News

Zahra, Matt and Parisa aim to reopen the Granville by next April The new owner of the Granville Theater in Ramsgate has been selected by Thanet Council and appointed Westwood One Ltd – which also operates Under 1 Roof Thanet in Pysons Road and Under 1 Roof Canterbury. The company …

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The 17th annual Belfast Poetry Festival combines words, images and performance

The annual Belfast Poetry Festival marks its 17th year with a plate full of poetry, community and artistic opportunity on Saturday 15 October in the theater at Troy A. Howard Middle School, 173 Lincolnville Avenue in Belfast. An all-arts festival in which poetry is the driving force, the event is …

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The KSO starts the 2022/23 season with the Festival du Nouveau Monde

The Kamloops Symphony Orchestra begins its 2022/23 season with the New World Festival, an exciting multi-day festival showcasing the works of Czech composer Antonin Dvořák with modern touches, as well as several free pop-up events across the city. The first concert of the festival is Dvorak & Jam, which will …

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Rihanna to headline Super Bowl 57 halftime show

Rihanna will headline the Super Bowl 57 halftime show. The singer herself confirmed the news late Sunday afternoon ET by posting an image of herself social media of his tattooed right hand and arm holding a soccer ball aloft – the same photo promoter Roc Nation first posted on their …

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The Egyptian Theater will host the Manhattan Short Film Festival | Local News

Coos Bay moviegoers will join more than 100,000 moviegoers from around the world during the week of September 22-October 2, when the 25th Annual MANHATTAN Short Film Festival screens at the Egyptian Theater on Friday, September 23 at 7 p.m. , Saturday, September 24. , at 7 p.m., Friday September …

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The state wants public opinion on school performance grades

The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction is asking the public to provide feedback on how it determines the grades for academic performance that are issued each year. AF grades were established to reflect academic performance as measured by student scores on state end-of-year and coursework tests. Grades are heavily …

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Elon launches the university’s first choral club show

When sophomore Jordan Kelberg arrived at Elon University last year and met fellow sophomore Holland Cogan, they noticed a lack of performance bands that fit their niches. “We saw an opportunity to create something because Elon has acapella groups, Elon has a choir, but they really had nothing in between,” …

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Make America Black | Georgia Public Broadcasting

PBS Books, in collaboration with the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), is pleased to host a conversation with an internationally renowned scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Ph.D., who is the executive producer, host and writer of MAKING BLACK AMERICA: THROUGH THE VINE, with an …

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Rogers and Hammerstein must be rolling in their graves

Do not mistake yourself. I encourage creativity and thinking about ways to present a classic in an unconventional way. What comes to mind is the Shakespeare in the Park version of “The Taming of the Shrew” set in the Wild West with Morgan Freeman and Tracy Ullman. Ethan Hawke did …

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GBS begins selection process for new conductor

Bridgeport, Connecticut – After a spectacular first season concert on September 10, the Greater Bridgeport Symphony (GBS) begins the process of auditioning a successor to replace the beloved musical director Eric Jacobsonwho will leave his role with GBS at the end of its ninth season, the April 8, 2023. By …

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Broadcasters must provide information to TRAI on how to deliver linear channels to OTT

The Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) has ordered broadcasters Star India, Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) and Sun TV Network to provide information to the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) regarding the mode retransmission of linear channels on more than the best platforms (OTT). According to sources, …

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News | City of West Hollywood

The City of West Hollywood Announces Upcoming Moving Image Media Art (MIMA) Program Exhibit and Launch of 59, a film by artist Leslie Foster. 59 will air at the top of each hour on the digital billboard at 8743 Sunset Boulevard (Invisible Frame) on the Sunset Strip from Saturday, October …

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Paul Bhasin set to lead first season as music director of DeKalb Symphony

“I had heard about the orchestra and its rich history as soon as I arrived in Atlanta about seven or eight years ago,” says Bhasin. “It’s not just about the programming and community outreach that they have successfully engaged in over the years. They also have a record of collaborating …

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MRA sues NBC for refusing to release broadcast station license fee details

The Media Rights Agenda (MRA) announced on Monday that it has filed a Freedom of Information (FOI) complaint in the Federal High Court in Lagos against the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) for its refusal to comply with the request for the organization aimed at obtaining details of royalty payments by …

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Spokane Civic Theater gets off to a good start at ‘Oz’

Sept. 18 – Spokane Civic Theater’s production of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ opened Friday to an enthusiastic audience. It was community theater in the best way. Based on the classic tale by L. Frank Baum, “The Wizard of Oz” features the iconic music from the 1939 film of the same …

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Arsenal 3 – Brentford 0: The Gunners go back to the top with a full performance

Composed, controlling, professional, exceptional, dominant… and the list goes on to describe Arsenal’s 3-0 win over Brentford today. The Gunners never really had to step out of second gear to bring down the Bees and it wasn’t because the home side were poor. Arsenal were just so good. Mikel Arteta’s …

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Arts scene: Tulsa Symphony opens the season with a gala | Arts & Theater

The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra will open its 2022-23 season in style with a gala pre-concert on Saturday, September 24, featuring acclaimed pianist Natasha Paremski and guest conductor Marcelo Lehninger. The concert, which begins at 8 p.m. at Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St., will feature Paremsky as the soloist in …

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Right-wing broadcaster responds to NPO criticism of racism

Broadcaster Ongehoord Nederland responded to criticism of its broadcast on Thursday saying it had “nothing to do with racism, discrimination or incitement to violence”. The Netherlands Foundation for Public Broadcasting (NPO) believes ON crossed a line with the article, which depicted people of color beating white people accompanied by a …

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Daniel Bernard Roumain’s ‘The Telling’ Displays Society’s Hard Truths With Performance Stories

Witness performances that show both angst and hope for a better future for BIPOC communities. Photo by Robert Torres. Reflect on current societal issues during multimedia performance “Tell It” by Haitian-American violinist, composer and activist Daniel Bernard Romanian alongside other spoken word musicians, dancers and poets. On September 29, join …

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Our new show powered by new music begs the question, “What is it all about?”

Get ready to discover new songs created by artists both familiar and unknown, genres both worn and dusty, sonic observations made simply in the name of exploration. On my new weekly program, What is all this? Adventures in New MusicI will bring nearly 20 years of experience exploring new music …

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Obituaries: Radio and Broadcasting Icon Specs Howard Dies

In 1970, he opened the school that would later become the Specs Howard School of Media Arts. While his official mission was to teach the skills required for a career in the audiovisual arts, Jerry’s true passion was to help people realize their potential. Broadcast industry legend Julian “Jerry” Liebman, …

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New York Film Academy Launches World-Class Bachelor of Fine Arts

New York, NY, Sept. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The New York Film Academy (NYFA) launches its groundbreaking WSCUC-accredited Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) program in Musical Theater at the heart of the film industry. musical theatre, New York City. Eligible students can apply now for admission to the program …

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Mayor Scott allocates $3.2 million in ARPA funds for digital services and performance management

BALTIMORE – Mayor Brandon Scott said Wednesday he was allocating $3.2 million from the city’s U.S. bailout to create more accessible digital tools for residents and improve agency performance monitoring municipal. A total of $2.1 million will be used to create Baltimore Digital, a team that will ensure the city’s …

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Nunda Church Thanks Choir Director for 50 Years of Beautiful Music | Local News

NUNDA – Members of Trinity Church in Nunda on Sunday thanked Jack Morgan for his 50 years of service as a choir director at the church. “He’s awesome,” church member Nancy Mallaber said. During Sunday service at the church, the congregation surprised him with flowers and a standing ovation from …

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Theater Diary: Bonitafest Melodrama Returns for 45th Season Next Week

For 45 years, Max Branscomb has written and directed the annual Bonitafest Melodrama. Branscomb said the audience-interactive melodrama project about the true history of San Diego County is San Diego County’s longest running continuous theater project. The shows blend true stories from San Diego history with motifs of 1880s Western …

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Elrond: an overview of EGLD’s performance since the beginning of the year

In its newly released Weekly Ecosystem reportElrond, the scalable smart contract blockchain network, updated users on developments within its network over the past week. With a total of 1,852,288 addresses, Elrond saw a growth of 1% in the address index on the network last week. During the same period, transactions …

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UST’s Chapel Arts Series opens its second year

Jacob Benda, the director of the Chapel Arts Series at St. Thomas University, stands in front of St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel in St. Paul, where performances of the series take place.DAVE HRBACEK | THE CATHOLIC SPIRIT This fall, the University of St. Thomas will launch its second season of the …

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Broadcast Solutions Market Size and Revenue Analysis | BroadStream Solutions, Broadcasting Center Europe (BCE), Imagine Communications

A new research study from JCMR with the title Global Broadcast Solutions Market Research Report 2022 provides an in-depth assessment of Broadcast Solutions, including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies and strategies. The research study provides forecast for Playout Solutions investments till 2030. The report includes …

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‘To Barbra With Love’: Barbra’s Baptism of Canberra

posted on September 12, 2022 We all know and adore her, a revered pioneer whose voice and words have the power to move the earth, shape culture and transcend it. And now Barbra Streisand’s legacy comes to life at the Canberra Theater Center from Wednesday 28th to Thursday 29th October. …

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Viva – India’s first girl group who sang feminist anthems in the early 2000s

New Delhi: In early 2002Channel [V] India conducted a forty-five-day search across the country to find suitors who would fit the profile of an all-girl Indian pop group. The hunt ended on April 11, 2002. The music channel had found its “chosen 5” in Pratichee Mohapatra, Neha Bhasin, Mahua Kamat, …

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Local media company announces broadcast partnership with Carolina Panthers | Company

Columbia-based media company Midlands Media Group recently announced a broadcast partnership between the Carolina Panthers and WUDE 94.3 The Dude. The Panthers will open their home season on Sunday, and fans will now be able to hear live local coverage throughout the season. The partnership reinforces Midlands Media Group’s commitment …

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Mississippi film by Meriwether Lewis premiering

By BROOKE BULLOCK BURLESON, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal BALDWYN, Miss. (AP) – Clark Richey of Baldwyn heard legends of the Natchez Trace throughout his life, growing up just miles from the 444-mile stretch of ancient land. “I’ve always been interested in the time when northern Mississippi was part of the …

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OWC to Showcase Innovative Products for the Media and Entertainment Industries at the International Broadcast Convention in Amsterdam

WOODSTOCK, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–OWC®, a leading creator of customer-centric solutions that enable businesses, content professionals and educators to streamline workflows and maximize their technology investment, today announced why Mac and PC users in the media, entertainment and technology industries should visit OWC’s booth at IBC 2022. From ingest to archive, camera …

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Love and Thunder, Pinocchio and more

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Marvel fans Thor (Where Obi Wan Kenobi Where Frozen), get ready, because the day of Disney+ has arrived. The streaming celebration is here a little earlier this year than last year’s …

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The 102-year-old conductor of the Golden Tone Orchestra conducts his final performance

Sep 07, 2022, 10:18 p.m.Updated 8 months ago By: News 12 Staff A 102-year-old conductor from Baldwin raised his baton for the last time on Wednesday. Bobby Ferrari and the Golden Tone Orchestra delighted the crowd at the Merrick Golf Course. Ferarri played a clarinet solo. He also plays the …

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NCCO creates a “chamber cabaret” around the cataclysm of the 20th century

Horst Maria Merz and Daniel Hope in “Berlin 1938” at the Verbier Festival 2019 | Credit: Lucien Grandjean At the age of one, the fateful events of 1938 determined my future and the life – and death – of millions of people. For violinist Daniel Hopeeven from afar from his …

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Lollapalooza 2022 Delivers Memorable Performances From Iconic Artists

Each summer, over a hundred artists are invited to Chicago’s Grant Park for a weekend of music and entertainment. Lollapalooza is one of the largest music festivals in the United States, consisting of nine different stages and lasting four days. Artists big and small take the stage and perform for …

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Chileans reject a new progressive constitution

Updated September 4, 2022 8:52 PM ET SANTIAGO, Chile — Chileans have forcefully rejected a new constitution to replace a charter imposed by General Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship 41 years ago. The vote inflicted a stinging setback on President Gabriel Boric, who argued the document would have ushered in a progressive …

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Urbanite play tackles Asian stereotypes and Mickey Rooney

In an age when actors have to think twice about whether it’s appropriate to take on a role based on their gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity and physical attributes, it can It might come as a surprise that Mickey Rooney’s performance as a Japanese entertainer in 1961’s romantic drama “Breakfast …

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11 Actors Who Admit They Didn’t Give Their Best Performance

“I can’t watch this movie and be proud of what I’ve done.” The actors are constantly judged by the media and the public – but it turns out they could also be their own harshest critics. Looking back on past roles, many actors admit that there are projects where they …

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Leonard Slatkin mourns his cellist brother, Fred – SlippediscSlippedisc

Norman Lebrecht September 03, 2022 Cellist Fred Zlotkin, principal of the New York City Ballet orchestra for half a century and a regular at the New York Philharmonic, has died suddenly at age 75. He was supposed to have a catch-up meeting with Leonard this weekend. Our condolences to the …

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Live Streaming Software Market Growth and Key Industry Players Analysis 2022 and Forecast to 2028

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Documentary “Just a father from Akron: the movement”

AKRON, Ohio – When visitors meet Kenny Lambert at his “Just a dad from Akron” clothing store or one of the many community events he has organized, they are greeted by a tall, heavily tattooed, energetic young man with cool hair and a genuine smile. It is not surprising that …

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NOTEBOOK: Jesse Love is looking to cash in a $50,000 bonus courtesy of Performance Seed

(Photo: Jeff Curry/ARCA Racing) When Jesse Love won last month’s Atlas 100 on the Springfield Mile at the Illinois State Fairgrounds, he won more than just a trophy. The win earned Love the opportunity to race for a $50,000 bonus courtesy of Performance Seed and the new Performance Seed Dirt …

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The new season of the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts kicks off on Thursday | Local News

The Eykamp String Quartet will open the 2022-23 season at the Glema Mahr on Thursday September 15 at 7 p.m. The members of this dynamic group are principal string players of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra and artists-in-residence at the University of Evansville. Founded in 2002 by the Eykamp family, this …

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Capitol Broadcasting Company acquires Coastal Plain League

Capitol Broadcasting Companyowner of Durham Bulls (Triple-A; International League) and the CPL’s Holly Springs Salamandersacquires summer high school Coastal Plains League of the Petitt family. The league is at 14 teams with the departure of the Savannah Bananas for the 2023 season. Operating in the birthplace of the game, the …

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Memoirs of Aspen: Utility Work on Garmisch, Programming Set of Aspen Film

S. Garmisch intended for utility work South Garmsich Street, from Main Street to Hopkins Avenue, will be closed for public works on Thursday, September 1 from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Friday, September 2 from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The driveway will remain accessible from the first street. …

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