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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Cricket Australia exploring broadcast partnership with Reliance Viacom

A three-member team from Cricket Australia (CA) is in Mumbai to study the market situation in India and explore a broadcast partnership with Reliance Viacom Network. The meeting is crucial as Reliance Viacom is set to launch its sports channel next month. Reports say executives at the …

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Kano, Jedaiah Bannerman lead Kibwe Tavares’ ‘The Kitchen,’ co-written by Daniel Kaluuya | News

Rapper Kano and newcomer Jedaiah Bannerman to lead cast in Netflix production of Kibwe Tavares The kitchena dystopian drama co-written by Daniel Kaluuya. Production will soon begin on location in London and Paris. The film is produced by Daniel Emmerson for DMC Film and Kaluuya for its 59% Productions; it …

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Rapper Swae Lee tweets – then deletes – performance schedule showing Harvard Yard event on Yardfest day | News

Rapper Swae Lee is lining up to perform at Harvard’s first in-person Yardfest concert since 2019 after the artist tweeted – and then deleted – a spring performance schedule that included a Harvard Yard event on the day of the festival. This year’s concert — the first in-person Yardfest in …

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CVREP celebrates famed celebrity photographer Michael Childers with a glowing lunch

Coachella Valley Repertory Theater (CVRep) is proud to announce that iconic and legendary photographer Michael Childers will be honored at the Luminary Luncheon, an exclusive entertainment and fundraising experience, on its NEW DATE, Wednesday, March 30, 2022 at 12:00 PM N with a special sponsors reception at 11:15 a.m. at …

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Highlights and full list of winners from the 94th Academy Awards

Will Smith accepts the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for ‘King Richard’ onstage during the 94th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California on March 27, 2022. Robyn Beck | AFP | Getty Images The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hoped moviegoers would …

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Grammy-winning artist Karim Sulayman performs at YSU

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — Youngstown State University’s Pipino Performing Arts Series wrapped up for the season on Saturday night. Grammy-winning artist Karim Sulayman sang for a crowd of mostly fellow musicians. Local record store owner mourns Foo Fighters drummer “You just have to bring quality art to this field,” said …

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Mike Enriquez back to broadcasting after successful kidney surgery

MANILA, Philippines — Veteran Kapuso broadcaster Mike Enriquez has returned to the broadcasting scene after a long sick leave to undergo kidney surgery. In his press conference, he quoted US General Douglas MacArthur with a smile. “People of the Philippines, I’m back,” Mike said. Mike shared the medical procedure he …

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Putin invites Valery Gergiev to unite Bolshoi and Mariinsky Theatres, compares West to Nazi Germany

Russian President Vladimir Putin invited the artistic director of the Mariinsky Theater, People’s Artist of the Russian Federation Valery Gergiev, to unify the Bolshoi Theater and the Marrinsky Theater. During a press conference, the Russian leader mentioned that the Directorate of Imperial Theaters was under single governance under the Russian …

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Frank Vogel ‘proud’ of Lakers performance against 76ers

The Los Angeles Lakers suffered a 126-121 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday, but they could leave Crypto.com Arena with their heads held high. LA faced one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference without LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Still, the Purple and Gold played with determination …

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‘The Wiz Jr.’ world premiere looms at the Children’s Theater in Cincinnati

“We wanted to do this show for a long time,” said Krista Katona Pille, director of sales and marketing for the Cincinnati Children’s Theater. She talks about “The Wiz Jr.”, which the company opens on April 2. Roderick Justice, the group’s artistic director, had contacted the people who controlled the …

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Rachel Zegler will present at this year’s Oscars

Zegler, who starred as Maria Vasquez in an Oscar-nominated musical drama, revealed this week that despite receiving the best film nomination, she was not invited to this year’s ceremony. “I’m not invited so sweatpants and my boyfriend’s flannel,” Zegler wrote to a fan who asked her on Instagram what she …

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‘Shrek’ brings the dramatic extravaganzas of Barnstable High to life, with the help of former students

It may be a quiet Sunday around much of Hyannis, but inside the Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, things are buzzing. The lights are on, the piano is racing and there’s kids everywhere, rehearsing for school The Drama Club’s big spring production of “Shrek The Musical.” The 2008 musical, …

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FloSports Announces Broadcast Partnership With Life Time Grand Prix Series

FloSports announced today that it has reached an agreement with Life Time, the company that now owns Sea Otter, to broadcast the new Life Time Grand Prix series, a six-event series in which 60 riders will compete in six events for a prize purse. of $250,000. Live streams will begin …

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Best Payday Loans For Bad Credit | Bad Credit Loan Providers | Small loans with bad credit scores in 2022

If you want a loan for bad credit , you should look for one with a low loan cost. Many lenders regularly provide advances to people with bad credit and different loan rates. When it comes to choosing a pawnbroker, you should be wary. The lender you choose should offer …

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Single-screen cinemas struggle even as Covid third wave wanes

NEW DELHI : Single-screen cinemas in small towns across India said they have yet to see audiences return to cinemas as before, despite the setback from the third wave of Covid. Small-town audiences have discovered the charm and convenience of video-streaming platforms, and movie theaters aren’t offering any mainstream content …

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Kia NBA MVP Tracker: Latest performances from the main contenders

The pursuit of Kia NBA MVP is going to the wire. With several players still in the running for the award, keep track of the most recent performances of the top contenders ahead of the next one. Kia MVP Scale Friday update. Latest performances of the top Kia MVP candidates: …

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Pervis Spann, co-founder of Midway Broadcasting, has died

Pervis Spann (Photo courtesy of Hermene Hartman) Pervis Spann, the legendary disc jockey for historic Chicago-based black radio station WVON, died March 14, 2022 at the age of 89. Spann died of complications from Alzheimer’s disease, according to a statement from WVON-AM 1690. Spann served as chairman emeritus and co-founder …

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US movie editors urge Oscars to restore cut categories

In a letter Saturday morning, American Cinema Editors (ACE) urged the Academy to reverse its controversial decision to feature eight of this year’s Oscars in a pre-recorded segment. “The treatment of certain categories differently from others has struck a chord within our community, with the overwhelming majority of our members …

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New ballet show looking for local dancers

HONOLULU (KHON2) — The Queen of Nori is an original ballet directed by Boston-based choreographer Holly Stone coming to Hawaii in September. Local dance teacher and director of the Kailua Dance Academy, Carolyn Feher, helps bring the show to the islands. Get the latest morning news from Hawaii delivered to …

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Tony Award-winning ‘Passing Strange’ returns to Berkeley

An energy-filled musical journey of self-discovery awaits those who attend Shotgun Players’ “Passing Strange,” which runs through April 10 on Berkeley’s Ashby Stage. Created by rock singer-songwriter Mark Stewart and Heidi Rodewald, “Passing Strange” features a kaleidoscope of musical styles ranging from gospel, blues, jazz, funk, cabaret and rap as …

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MoneyMutual is a company that offers payday loans ranging from $200 to $5,000. Once applied, consumers can access 91 lenders, giving them between $200 and $5,000 in just 24 hours in many cases. What is MoneyMutual? Everyone has times when they need money but don’t have access to it. Emergencies …

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Merri Dee, Chicago broadcasting legend and former WGN-TV icon, dies at 85

Legendary broadcaster on Chicago television screens and highly acclaimed journalist, Merri Dee has died aged 85. She captured millions of hearts of Chicagoans as a broadcast pioneer, reporter and anchor on WGN-TV for decades. Her family posted her death news on their website as she breathed her last in her …

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Pexels.com If you have bad credit and need cash fast, a guaranteed approval bad credit loan may be the best option for you. These loans provide quick cash specifically for people who find it difficult to get approved for traditional loans. You don’t have to worry about your credit score …

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VCU Symphony’s Performance Highlights “Oneness” Theme Soompi

Cellist Zach Williams performs his solo during the VCU Symphony’s performance of the Cello Concerto in B Minor on March 4. Photo by Kaitlyn Fulmore Bailee Padgett, Contributing author The VCU Symphony performed a concert titled “Unity” at the Sonia Vlahcevic Concert Hall, located inside the WE Singleton Center, this …

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High School Students Encouraged to Apply for Lied Summer Camps | Nebraska today

The Lied Center for Performing Arts is once again inviting talented students from Nebraska and beyond to apply for its summer camps. The 2022 internships are: Lied Center Triple Threat Broadway Intensive, June 27-July 1 High school students (entering ninth grade through recent graduates) are invited to start their summer …

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30 years of Church’s radio broadcasts

March 14, 1992. I remember that day like it was yesterday. Bishop Joseph Mercieca, accompanied by Bishop Nikol Cauchi, inaugurated RTK, the Church-owned radio station. At least since 1986, the Church had expressed a desire to own a radio station. So when in 1990 Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami proposed …

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A duo of digital theater productions

After the live production of bad parent by Ins Choi has been cancelled, Prairie Theater Exchange (PTE) presents a digital theater performance duo that will run throughout March and early April. Projects can be viewed free of charge on the company’s website. PTE artistic director Thomas Morgan Jones maintains that …

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Xbox Cloud Gaming brings “major performance improvements” to iOS

Microsoft claims to have introduced a significant performance boost for Xbox Cloud Gaming on iOS devices. “At Xbox Cloud Gaming, we listen to and value player feedback. You asked for a better iOS experience, and as a result, we’ve made major performance improvements to all supported iPhone and iPad devices,” …

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Iowa-Indiana featured an alarming number of fecal-related broadcast incidents

The Iowa Hawkeyes advanced to the Big Ten Tournament Finals with an 80-77 victory over the Indiana Hoosiers on Saturday. For reasons best left to the magic of the universe, the game had several instances of feces-related mentions during and after the broadcast. During the first half, Indiana and Iowa …

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Michael Chandler on Conor McGregor’s performance against Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205

Michael Chandler recently appeared on UFC connected, where he talked about Conor McGregor’s near perfect performance against Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205. Chandler said McGregor’s goal of becoming a two-division champion was a lofty notion that many thought was impossible: “So we’re also talking about the lightweights, you have to …

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La Jolla Playhouse innovates theatrically with the musical “Bhangin’ It”

Most Americans may never have heard of Bhangra, the energetic and expressive form of Indian folk dance and music that has swept the country for the past 30 years. But the creators of a new Bhangra-centric musical, currently premiering at La Jolla Playhouse, hope that will change. Sam Wilmott, the …

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Quitman High School Broadcast Program Participates in Recruitment Fair

CLARKE COUNTY, Miss. (WTOK) – Alumni of the Quitman High School Broadcasting Program spoke to students about what they learned as broadcasting students. A former student said the class was important for his development. “Personally, I know how much the program has helped and developed me as a person. I …

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Detroit bankruptcy documentary to open 2022 Freep Film Fest

Detroit’s historic bankruptcy will be in the spotlight on the opening night of this year’s Freep Film Festival. “Gradually, Then Suddenly: The Bankruptcy of Detroit” will premiere to the public on April 27 at the Detroit Film Theater at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The documentary will also be streamed …

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Performance Health teams up with Elite New York High School

MASSAPEQUA, NY, March 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Performance Health, a leading provider of sports medicine, rehabilitation and regenerative therapies in the tri-state area, signed eight Long Island football players to a name, image, and likeness (NIL) endorsement deal. The NIL deal with these highly recruited high school star athletes …

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Jussie Smollett Sentenced to Jail for Hate Crime Misrepresentation

A Chicago judge sentenced Jussie Smollett to Five months in jail on Thursday, ordering the actor’s imprisonment for falsely telling police he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack in 2019. At the end of a hearing that lasted about five hours, Judge James B. Linn excoriated Mr. …

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Ukrainian children’s hospital destroyed by Russian bombs in Mariupoc | Glendive broadcast

A maternity and children’s hospital in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol was destroyed by Russian airstrikes, officials say. Regional Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko said at least 17 people were injured, including women in labour. The bombing of the maternity ward by Russia has again prompted the Ukrainian leader to again ask …

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Film Festival and Little Theater organize fundraiser for Ukraine | local government

Chagrin Documentary Film Festival has partnered with Chagrin Valley Little Theater to raise funds to support the people of Ukraine in the face of the Soviet invasion in their home country. The 2014 documentary Music of Survival: The Story of the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus will premiere at Chagrin Valley Little …

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Performance Therapy Women’s Basketball Player of the Week – 3/9

By Robert Wilson The Jackson Prep girls probably wouldn’t have won the BUT Overall Tournament Championship without Julia Stradinger’s superb play. The 5ft 7in senior forward kept Leake Academy junior guard Miriam Prince – considered one of Mississippi’s best offensive players – scoreless until the end of the first half …

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‘The Music Man’ Sutton Foster Returns to Broadway, Kisses Hugh Jackman and ‘Younger’

Less than a year after the series finale of Younger released in June 2021, Sutton Foster is back on Broadway for the 12th time. This round, the two-time Tony Award winner tap dances on stage as single librarian Marian Paroo in the long-awaited revival of The music man at the …

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NAB Show Preview: The Convention Returns to Las Vegas

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, broadcasters will finally be able to return to the National Association of Broadcasters’ NAB Show in person April 23-27 in Las Vegas. The organization has worked hard over the past few months to make this an unforgettable event, dividing the event into …

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Attend the Time for Three concert | Electronic News

The College of Creative Arts announces the return of the Canada Chamber Series as we welcome “Time for Three” to the Clay Theater at the Canada Creative Arts Center for a 7:30 p.m. performance on Tuesday, March 22. This is a free event and all seats are general admission. Linked …

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Apple’s “Peek Performance” March Event: What to Expect

Apple is set for its first livestream event of 2022 on Tuesday, March 8 at 1 p.m. ET. The company sent out press invitation emails for the event titled “Peek Performance,” with rumors strongly suggesting that Apple will announce a new third-generation iPhone SE with 5G. The iPad Air could …

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Border Report: Reinventing a Choral Masterpiece for the San Diego-Tijuana Region

Summary A new collaboration between a local artistic director from Bach Collegium San Diego and a Tijuana-based librettist, the project not only highlights opportunities for cross-border collaboration, but also the pool of talent and classical music projects in Tijuana. The US-Mexico border might seem like an unlikely setting for a …

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Tony Walton, award-winning stage designer and stage designer, dies at 87

Tony Walton, a production designer who brought broad visual imagination to creating distinct stage looks for Broadway shows for half a century, which won him three Tony Awards, died Wednesday at his Manhattan home . He was 87 years old. His daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, whose mother is Julie Andrews, …

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Gabby Barrett to Cover Fan-Favorite Performance of ‘American Idol’ at ACM Awards

The ACM Awards co-host will perform covers of Faith Hill and Lee Ann Womack. Country hitmaker Gabby Barrett is gearing up for some fun ACM Awards! The 2021 ACM New Female Artist of the Year winner and co-host of this year’s festivities has revealed all the details of her …

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Fairfield Choir to Perform in Montana PBS Special “Celebrate America Across Montana with Tim Janis” | State

‘Celebrate America’ is a national program designed to give our nation’s youth an opportunity to improve lives by showcasing their choirs on public television,” says ‘Celebrate America’ founder Tim Janis. The production and filming of this event are made possible through the hard work and dedication of music teachers, schools, …

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49ers rumours: Former MNF broadcaster Brian Griese joins SF as QB coach | Launderer’s report

Mitchell Leff/Getty Images The San Francisco 49ers would hire former Monday night football analyst Brian Griese as a coach of their quarterbacks, according to ESPN Adam Schefter and Seth Wickersham. Griese played quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan was on the coaching staff. Griese …

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Hundreds sign petition backing Kent Film Foundation bid for Granville Theater – Reuters

Granville Theater and Cinema Photo Frank Leppard Some 1,600 people signed a petition in less than 24 hours urging Thanet Council to reconsider its rejection of a bid by the charity Ramsgate Kent Film Foundation to take over the Granville Cinema building. The foundation had hoped to create a new …

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Forward Air Provides Mid-Quarter Update on First Quarter 2022 Performance

GREENEVILLE, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Forward Air Corporation (NASDAQ: FWRD) (the “Company”, “Forward”, “we”, “us” or “our”) today provided the following key expedited cargo operating statistics for the quarter to date through February 2022. Revenue per shipment increased 52.5%, revenue per cwt increased 16.1%, weight per shipment increased 28.7% and pounds per day …

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Secured Loan If you have a possession worth something, such as an automobile, home, or savings account, you can utilize them to get loans. The lender could use these as collateral should you default on your payment or fail to pay. These kinds of loans require lower qualifications and have favorable …

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The Sarasota Concert Association presents the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra on April 4

Arts & Culture DAILY SRQ FRIDAY WEEKEND EDITION FRIDAY MARCH 4, 2022 | The Sarasota Concert Association presents the Grammy Award-winning Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra in a one-night-only concert on Monday, April 4 at 7:30 p.m. at Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall. Music Director Andrey Boreyko leads the Orchestra in Brahms’ …

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A lonely woman lost in a hall of mirrors

OPENING NIGHTBelvoir Street Theatre, March 2Until March 27★★★ You know how you can line up two mirrors, so that the image in each repeats and repeats endlessly? This game is like that. The raw material for director/adapter Carissa Licciardello was the script for John Cassavetes’ masterful 1977 film, Opening nightdepicting …

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Bando Performance, which trains some of Worcester’s professional sports teams, acts as a one-of-a-kind fitness center in the Canal District Ice Center

On Monday morning, hip-hop beats echoed through the second floor of the Worcester Ice Arena. Two athletes wearing clothing covered in college football and XFL logos crouched down, placed one hand on the floor, arched their backs and waited to sprint straight into the 10,000 square foot fitness center. While …

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GIVĒON obtains three new RIAA certifications

R&B star earns 2x Platinum and two Golds Continuing to shine brighter than ever, GRAMMY-nominated multi-platinum R&B star GIVĒON has earned three new RIAA certifications. “For Tonight” and “The Beach” both earned Gold certifications, while “Like I Want You” went 2x Platinum. This brings his total of certified releases to …

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Russian American cultural organizations fear war boycotts

American organizations that showcase Russian and Eastern European artists and arts are concerned about a possible backlash from people who might mistakenly associate them with Vladimir Putin’s government. Some have publicly declared their outrage at Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. On Sunday, Russian-born actor Costa Ronin, who starred in the FX …

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Once at the UO’s Robinson Theater

Ready for a theatrical trip to Ireland? The production of the award-winning musical Once, at the Robinson Theater at the University of Oregon, will transport you to a rowdy Dublin pub. All the regulars play guitar or some other instrument while they sing and tap their feet all night long. …

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Kentucky No. 6 visits Arkansas No. 18 after Notae’s 30-point performance

Kentucky Wildcats (23-6, 12-4 SEC) at Arkansas Razorbacks (23-6, 12-4 SEC) Fayetteville, Arkansas; Saturday, 2 p.m. EST FANDUEL SPORTS LINE LINE: Arkansas -2.5; plus/minus is 144.5 BOTTOM LINE: No. 18 Arkansas takes on the No. 6 Kentucky Wildcats after JD Notae scored 30 points in Arkansas’ 75-73 win over the …

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‘Opera Scenes’ back on the opera stage

Opera Scenes, featuring talented performers from the School of Music and Musical Theater programs, will be presented by the Student Opera Theater Association at the 1891 Fredonia Opera House Performing Arts Center on Thursday and Friday, March 3 and 4. at 7 p.m. and Saturday, March 5, 2 p.m. The …

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Poor rating on BBC’s Marr replacement show spoils broadcast harmony

If anyone needed a sign that it was a morning like no other on Sunday shows, Sky News Sunday’s Trevor Phillips was quick to provide it. “Dobroho ranku and dobroye utro,” said the presenter, wishing “a special welcome to our viewers in Ukraine and Russia.” He did not specify how …

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Back to the Future and Frozen Dominate WhatsOnStage Awards | Theater

The West End musical Frozen, the story of an ice queen and her fearless sister that captivated an entire generation, topped the only major theater awards decided by public vote. But the lavish production lost out in the Best New Musical category for Back to the Future: The Musical, an …

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“Surprising” performance similarity, suspect sandbag

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto believes some teams are sandbagging more than others on the grid as he was “surprised” by how close the teams were to Barcelona. The drivers’ fastest laps were relatively close together throughout the three-day run-in but, as is the case every season, neither team wanted …

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Why is Black History Month important?

About 10 years ago, Shukree Hassan Tilghman tried to cancel Black History Month. Equipped with a sandwich board with the words “End of Black History Month” written across the front, he scoured the streets of New York City looking for people to sign his petition to eliminate him. To understand …

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Movie Review: “Dog” – SM Mirror

MOVIE REVIEW: DOGRated PG-13101 minutesReleased February 18 Kudos on a job well done to Channing Tatum and his longtime collaborator Reid Carolin, each on his first outing as a director on the movie Dog. Tatum’s career began in 2000 when he was cast as a dancer in a Ricky Martin …

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Williams leads Coastal Carolina against Little Rock after 31-point performance

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HamletHub is proud to partner with the Fairfield County Cultural Alliance to elevate the arts! The schedule for the weekend is HERE!

Folk Ballet of Mexico at the Quick Center for the Arts at Fairfield University One of the world’s most popular and in-demand dance companies returns to Fairfield on Saturday at 8:00 p.m. This award-winning ballet shines a light on Mexican culture with a one-of-a-kind 60-member ballet company. They bring to …

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Revolt launches RBN Studios to produce news and opinion shows

Revolt has announced the launch of RBN Studios which will house its headquarters and studio operation, in downtown Atlanta. The black-owned media company founded by Sean “Diddy” Combs in 2013, said RBN Studios will produce news, talk and opinion shows for Revolt and other companies. Read also: Five Spot: Detavio …

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Viva Loans is a loan brokerage platform that has partnered with many direct lenders who provide payday loans ranging from £300 to £2000. This lending platform is renowned for matching cash-strapped borrowers with reliable direct lenders. They also have lenient loan qualification requirements. In this article, we’ll explain everything you …

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Willmar administrator Leslie Valiant receives positive six-month performance review – West Central Tribune

WILLMAR – Willmar City Council has marked the sixth anniversary of Leslie Vailant’s hiring as city administrator by awarding her a positive performance review and a pay rise. The summary of the review and the increase were approved at Tuesday’s board meeting. The actual review took place in a closed …

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Labor party demands ban on Russian TV channel RT | Keir Starmer

Labor has called for the banning of the Russian state-backed channel RT, accusing the channel of broadcasting pro-Vladimir Putin “propaganda”. Keir Starmer, the Labor leader, told MPs that the Russian president’s “disinformation campaign must be tackled”, starting with measures to stop RT from “spreading its propaganda around the world”. The …

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Post views: 347 Tribal loans primarily offer financial assistance to Indian or Native American tribal communities who cannot avail of the available payday loans. Tribal moneylenders issue them to people who need money to meet immediate needs. If you are a borrower without a stable income or with a high …

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The State Theater brings stage productions to a wider audience

Thembinkosi Chagwe plays Shaka. (Mpilo Zondi/ State Theatre) In the first half of 2022, three theatrical productions will adorn the cinemas of Ster-kinekor. The screenings are part of the ongoing collaboration between the State Theater and Ster-kinekor. After debuting in July 2021, the deal saw five productions exhibited. In the …

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Hannover NAACP calls for investigation into performance of decertified deputy

HANOVER COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) – The Hanover County National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has called for an investigation into cases handled by a now decertified sheriff’s deputy after he allegedly made false reports at work. The call for an investigation comes after 8News first revealed the disciplinary …

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Opera Colorado Announces 2022-23 40th Anniversary Season Schedule

The lineup includes a mix of great traditional productions with a brand new production of a rarely performed masterpiece. DENVER — Opera Colorado is celebrating 40 years with its upcoming 2022-23 season. The company’s 2022-23 lineup includes Verdi’s Rigolettoa new Korngold production Die Stadt toteand Puccini Turandot. Colorado Opera announced …

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Steve Buckhantz, Wizards’ iconic play-by-play broadcaster, weighs in on current squad

To celebrate the 100th episode of the Bleav in Wizards podcast, I wanted to have a great guest that people don’t hear from regularly. Steve Buckhantz, who spent 23 years as a play-by-play announcer for the Wizards, was kind enough to join me. Like many fans, I used to hear …

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Mrunal Thakur: I danced when Jersey’s new release date was announced, but I’m also nervous | Bollywood

Actor Mrunal Thakur is more concerned than relieved now that his film Jersey, opposite actor Shahid Kapoor, has finally been given a release date Actor Mrunal Thakur is more worried than relieved now that his film Jersey, opposite actor Shahid Kapoor, has finally been given a release date. The film, …

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