Monthly Archives: July 2022

Zooey Deschanel and Matt Ward believe in endless summer

Since 2006, She & Him, the duo of Zooey Deschanel and Matt Ward, who record under the name Mr. Ward, have been composing rich and soaring pop songs that nod to different genres (folk, country, jazz ) but are mainly defined by the atmosphere. The She & Him records – there are seven of them so far – feel like ...

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Christiane Wade Luehrs – Hays Daily News

Christiane Wade Luehrs, 81, died quietly in her sleep at her home on July 14, 2022. She was born September 30, 1940, to Reynolds W. Wade, MD, and Theodora Pomeranz Wade in Toledo, Ohio, and grew up near from the shores of the Great Lakes. She graduated from Valparaiso University, earned a master’s degree in history from Washington University in ...

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JANET MILLER | News, Sports, Jobs

Janet McDowell Miller of Steubenville, Ohio, and Chautauqua, NY, died July 25, 2022. Born August 31, 1925 in Steubenville to the late John and Marjorie McDowell, Janet graduated from Steubenville Big Red (1943) and later earned a BA in Music Education (1947) from Muskingum College. She was living at the Absolut Care nursing facility in Westfield, ...

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Does your life matter to God?

I intend to return to Galatians 5, as I indicated, later. Now, instead, I want to talk about what makes a life count, by exposing lives, believers who have lived and are now with God. Some are biblical. Some have blessed me from birth. Everything counted. And there are others that I hope to mention in a later column. ...

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Theater News: Into The Woods, Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish, Be More Chill, Jasper, The Near Disaster of Jasper & Casper and Floyd Collins

Well we already know, when The piano lesson was kicked out of the St. James Theatre, but now it’s official. Jordan Roth, President of Jujamcyn Theaters, announced that the highly acclaimed and highly rated New York City Center Encores! production of James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim’s cover of In the woods at the St. James Theater will be extended for ...

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Jeremy Yudkin: At Tanglewood, a weekend full of Beethoven piano concertos and new works by American women composers | Berkshire landscapes

LENOX — This weekend, at Tanglewood, we will witness remarkable events: a tour de force of concentration and musicality in the English-born pianist Paul Lewis‘ traversal of Ludwig von Beethoven’s five piano concertos in less than 48 hours, in three consecutive concerts, each featuring the music of contemporary American female composers. These works are juxtaposed, placing the new and the ...

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PBS Announces Roberta Flack’s ‘American Masters’ Movie

Flack’s story is told in his own words From “First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” to “Killing Me Softly” and beyond, Roberta Flack gave voice to a global soundtrack of beauty and pain, love and anguish, hope and struggle. PBS’ American Masters: Roberta Flack illuminates where reality, memory and imagination blend to present music icon Roberta Flack, a brilliant ...

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Morocania shares its debut before DJ sets and musical collaborations

Morocania shares its debut before DJ sets and musical collaborations [Artist Spotlight] There is no straight, well-labeled path to success in any career. We all learn and grow every day, and the best platform for learning is one that exposes you to lots of challenges. This was the case for Morocania, a Moroccan DJ and artist who became a “citizen ...

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WATCH NOW: The piano and violin duo’s concert on Sunday will raise funds to restore the Hearst Center Steinway | Local News

The duo – Hilbert, a pianist from Waverly, and Risse, a violinist from Sumner, have been performing together ever since. She is 63 and he is 21. “We ended up doing improvised music at my nephew’s wedding. We had never played together before, but we got on really well,” said Hilbert, a music teacher and nationally licensed composer. Since then, ...

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Croatia opens bridge around Bosnia to get to Dubrovnik

Published on: 07/26/2022 – 04:28 Komarna (Croatia) (AFP) – Croatia inaugurates on Tuesday a long-awaited bridge linking its southern Adriatic coast, including Dubrovnik, to the rest of the country, bypassing a narrow strip of Bosnian territory. The 2.4 kilometer (1.5 mile) stretch stretches from the Croatian mainland to the Peljesac peninsula which connects to the southern part of the Croatian ...

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Austin inventor for Cirrus Logic hits 500 patent milestone

John Melanson, senior technical researcher at Austin-based Cirrus Logic, has been passionate about tinkering and solving complex problems for as long as he can remember. “I’ve always loved technology. I’ve always loved doing things,” he said. “When I was little, my dad was an engineering professor and my after-school babysitter would hang out with his graduate students and with his ...

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The saddest movies ever made – 24/7 Wall St.

What makes a movie sad? A doomed romance, dashed hopes, the demise of a beloved institution or way of life…and the death, of course, of a loved one, a self-sacrificing hero, of an animal with sad eyes. Everyone has a different idea of ​​what’s sad and what’s not, of course; like humor, it is a matter of taste and temperament. ...

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A language of its own

Lithuanian musician Simona Smirnova is on her fourth visit to New Zealand, but her first to Dunedin this month. Rebecca Fox talks to the musician known for her love of the traditional Lithuanian folk zither, the kankles. From an idyllic childhood in a Lithuanian village surrounded by nature and animals to playing on the New York City subway and singing ...

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Pano Fountas on the score and orchestration of the historical drama 1805

The short drama 1805 transcends its historical boundaries by telling the story of two people who risk everything to gain their freedom without realizing the depth of their ties to a sophisticated system of oppression. The story takes place on a plantation in Virginia. The aftermath of the Haitian Revolution of 1804 reverberated north into America, causing unrest among the ...

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5 Awesome Windows Apps to Create Your Music

If music is your passion, you might want to compose your tracks and songs or create new sounds and mixes like a DJ. Fortunately, you can do all of this and more on your Windows PC. Read on to find out some interesting music apps that we have collected. These will allow music lovers and musicians like you to experiment ...

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The One Smart Piano review: This smart keyboard will teach you how to play it

I played the piano a lot as a kid – first, figuring out how to get out shitty versions of movie scores and TV theme songs on my grandma’s Steinway, then, eventually, with real lessons. piano (my family could only tolerate my rendition of the Indiana Jones theme so many times). Enlarge image Chris Monroe/CNET So forgive me if the ...

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Watch Now: Chamber Music Festival Brings Student Musicians to Bloomington | Music

BLOOMINGTON – Chamber music gives performers something they are unlikely to find in larger groups, participants of the Illinois Chamber Music Festival say. “It’s so much more intimate, like jazz, for example, if you’re sitting there in a jazz trio or a quartet or a quintet or something, and you’re improvising, it’s a conversation and it’s is the same for ...

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FENDER HOSTS “THE #GUITARTOK EFFECT” PANEL – DISCUSSING HOW TIKTOK IS EMPOWERING MULTIDIMENSIONAL ARTISTS AND BRINGING THE GUITAR TO GEN-Z

Moderated by a digital media writer at Hollywood journalist, J Clara Chanthe panel of panellists consisted of EvanJonesFMIC CMO; Guillaume GrugerHead of Music Writing, TikTok; Blu DeTigerArtist and Musician on ICT Tac; April KaeArtist, Bassist, Activist and ICT Tac Content creator; as well as the Music Managers, adam hirsch and Benito Lugoco-founders of Alt:Vision and Too Future with comments from ...

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Police say a local man was a ‘no show’ at sentencing

Police say a man who may live in the Utica or Herkimer area is wanted by authorities after they say he failed to show up for sentencing on two convictions. Thomas J. Wall, 29, who Oneida County Sheriff’s Investigator Sahid Karcic said may live in the Utica or Herkimer area, did not show up for sentencing on two convictions earlier ...

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How to start your musical journey with an online piano lesson app

Have you ever dreamed of playing the piano? If so, you are not alone! The piano is one of the most popular instruments in the world and millions of people enjoy playing it. Although learning to play the piano can be a challenge, it’s also a lot of fun. And thanks to technology, it’s easier than ever to get started ...

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The best electric toothbrushes for cleaner teeth in 2022

Mouthwash can freshen your breath, but it takes more than a quick sip to keep your gnashers nice and shiny. Want pearly whites to impress your dentist? Brush twice a day with one of the best electric toothbrushes. From in-app feedback to self-cleaning bristles, the best battery-powered brushes keep plaque at bay without pain. And while the smartest grips don’t ...

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Mason remembers Sid Dewberry’s ‘guiding light’ legacy

At age 75, Sid Dewberry began taking piano lessons with Mason teacher Linda Monson, principal of what was then called Mason’s School of Music. He is pictured here with Monson at a student scholarship event. Photo by Christophe Bobo Sid Dewberry, whose advocacy and generosity touched countless students and helped transform the entire George Mason University community, died July 16. ...

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How is music related to coding? 5 Technologists on How Hobbies Influence Their Careers

Some people choose an interest or hobby in childhood and pursue it into adulthood. They go to school for it and it becomes their career. (Hats off to you professional ballplayers and artists who have made it.) But for most of us, the path is not so linear. And many of us adults even give up our childhood hobbies or ...

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Already stressed by budget cuts, teachers now face the fear factor

SAN ANTONIO – Tom Cummins, president of the Bexar County Teachers’ Federation, had just spoken to a teacher who remains concerned following the Uvalde school shooting. “She feels safer in another neighborhood. And now it’s about whether her current district will let her out of contract,” Cummins said. He said the teacher is like many others who have already been ...

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Students bring ‘so much passion and enthusiasm’ to research projects at Holland Bloorview Hospital

Hannah Maclean is a 19-year-old music lover on the autism spectrum, so spending her summer helping research technology that would help young people with disabilities participate in the arts, music and physical activity is ” like a dream “. “I’ve discovered that using music helps people and I’m extremely lucky to work in this lab,” said Maclean, who is entering ...

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Digital Keyboard Market by Covid-19 Impact, Competitive Landscape, SWOT Analysis, Opportunities & Challenges, Growth by 2022-2028

numeric keypad market The research report 2022-2028 represents a SWAT analysis of the current market status of the Digital Keyboard market by examining the major segment, industries, countries, regions, and products and services across the spectrum of economic development. The study covers all major players in the supply chain of the digital keyboard market, including primary, secondary and tertiary sectors. ...

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Myleene Klass shares exciting news with her lookalike daughters

July 17, 2022 – 5:01 PM BST Rosalind Powell Myleene Klass and her two daughters Ava, 14, and Hero, 11, have launched an album My Lullabies: Motown Mylene Klass and her two daughters Ava, 14, and Hero, 11, spoke exclusively to HELLO! about their new joint project – an album My Lullabies: Motownwhich is a collection of 13 ...

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Ioannis Potamous, based in the United Arab Emirates, is named Steinway Artist

Steinway artist Ioannis Potamouse does what he does best. Mohammad Yusuf, Feature Writer Ioannis Potamoussis described as a “New Colossus of the Keys”, is internationally acclaimed as a charismatic and passionate performer. He was recently named a “Steinway artist”. “Ioannis Potamoussis impressed the audience with his powerful and charming interpretation as well as his ability to create a dialogue with ...

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Students think twice about colleges after states ban abortion

Nina Huang is a high school student from California who is thinking about where she wants to go to college. Until recently, she was considering Oberlin College in Ohio State. Huang, who plays the flute and piano, hopes to one day also study medicine or law. Oberlin is known for having strong academic and musical programs. But last month, she ...

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Help needed to find killer of 45-year-old woman in Plattsburgh

Authorities are asking for the public’s help in a murder investigation that has so far yielded more than a hundred leads but few answers. Police say the killing of Monique R. Yanulavich, 45, of Plattsburgh, appears to have been a targeted attack. Authorities say it does not appear, at least from their investigation so far, that members of the general ...

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Theater News: Beanie Again, Lawsuits, The Piano Lesson, Theater Center Incubator and Pay The Writer

Beanie Feldstein, who has been making headlines lately, announced on her Instagram that she has tonsillitis and will be out. She will play her final performance as Fanny Brice in the Broadway revival of funny girl July 31, but will miss all performances this weekend. Lea Michele will return to Broadway as Fanny starting September 6. Stand-in Julie Benko who ...

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Julia Roberts announced as the winner of the Academy Museum’s Icon Award

julia robert will have to make a little extra room on her coat when she receives the Academy Museum Gala Icon Award this fall. The 54-year-old star, who can already boast an Oscar, three Golden Globes and a SAG Award (not that she’d do that, she’s way too classy) will receive her award at the big shindig on October 15, ...

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Acting legend Henry Winkler’s awkward moment with Mick Jagger

Acting Legend Henry Winkler opened up about a super awkward moment with Mick Jagger during a recent interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Winkler explained what happened when he approached the Rolling Stones singer at a restaurant. When guest host Anthony Anderson asked Winkler if he was stuck, his response was “Yeah, but mostly by singers, mostly by music…I lose my ...

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Artist Centenary: John Craxton, Hampstead, Camden

Published: 11:54 am July 14, 2022 A rare chandelier by sculptor Giacometti is the centerpiece of a festival marking the centenary of Hampstead artist John Craxton. The painter hung the bronze object in his Kidderpore Avenue home after buying it from an antique shop in Marylebone for £250. Now valued at a few million, he recognized it as a unique ...

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SMART HOME MIRROR FOUNDER AND CEO BRYNN PUTNAM JOINS YOUSICIAN BOARD OF DIRECTORS

YOUSICIAN IS THE WORLD’S FIRST PLATFORM FOR LEARNING AND PLAYING MUSIC WITH AI TECHNOLOGY THAT LISTENS AND CORRECTS YOU WHILE YOU PLAY NEW YORK, July 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Yousician, the world’s leading interactive music platform, has named Brynn Putnam, founder and former CEO of smart home gym Mirror, to its board of directors. The nomination was made by Chris ...

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Music and Political Science Graduate Dominic Go ’10 Builds App to Feature and Pay Freelance Musicians | News | Department of Political Science

From an early age, Dominic Go was attracted to music. Living just a quarter mile from the University of Notre Dame campus, he could hear the Fighting Irish marching band playing on football game days. Although he didn’t play a tuba or any other brass instrument for that matter, he did sing. All. The time. “I was number seven in ...

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Interview with composer Gregory Reveret: Resident Evil

The resident Evil The franchise is moving in a bold new direction with the upcoming Netflix live-action show. The series centers on Jade Wesker, daughter of iconic video game character Albert Wesker, through two timelines in which she learns of her and Umbrella’s dark past during her teenage years and fights for survival in a world torn apart by the ...

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Roland expands its range of home pianos

Roland expands its line of home pianos with two new entry-level instruments and an updated companion piano app for select models in the series. They say the F107 and RP107 bring a new level of performance to the category, delivering premium Roland piano sound and keyboard action derived from high-end models. They describe the new Roland Piano App as the ...

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All the amazing things the piano does for your brain and body, in one…

July 12, 2022, 5:41 p.m. | Updated: July 12, 2022, 5:44 PM All the emotional, cognitive and physical benefits of music – in one helpful infographic. This handy infographic shows all the wonderful benefits that come with learning a musical instrument, especially the piano. Created by Encore Music Lessons in 2014, the infographic cites several scientific studies that indicate music ...

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Roland adds two new home piano models and updates the Piano app – rAVe [PUBS]

Roland is expanding its line of home pianos with two new entry-level instruments and an updated piano app for select models in the series. The F107 and RP107, according to Roland, make an authentic grand piano experience more accessible to everyone, delivering performance in slim, space-saving cabinets. The F107 features a design based on the Roland F701 — winner of ...

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UPDATE – Inuitive Partners Wit

Arteris FlexNoC® IP offers superior performance, predictable timing closure, and flexibility when deployed on advanced platforms. RA’ANANA, Israel and CAMPBELL, Calif., July 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Arteris® Inc (Nasdaq: AIP), a leading system IP provider consisting of network interconnect on chip (NoC) and IP deployment software that accelerate the creation of system-on-chips (SoCs), today announced that Inuitive – a ...

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Find a treasure trove of music for the masses in old magazines

I had the serious task this spring of cleaning my parents’ house. I was able to leave with most of my mother’s music as well as the music of our piano teacher. Some things have been incorporated into my collections. Other songs are played or watched by other musician friends. This is not the first time that my collection has ...

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Betty Ruth Sharp | Obituary

KINGSPORT – Betty Ruth Sharp, 75, died peacefully on July 10, 2022 at her home in Kingsport, Tennessee. She was born on November 14, 1946 in Jellico, Tennessee, the daughter of J. Will Sharp and Nola Marcina (Lay) Sharp. She graduated from Whitley County High School and then Cumberland College in Williamsburg, KY with a degree in music, then earned ...

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The next generation of vision processing from Arteris IP for Edge

RA’ANANA, Israel and CAMPBELL, Calif., July 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Arteris® Inc (Nasdaq: AIP) – a leading IP system provider comprised of network-on-chip (NoC) IP interconnect and deployment software that accelerates system-on-chip (SoC) creation – announced today that Inuitive – fabless semiconductor company and designer of powerful multi-core processor ICs – has deployed the company’s FlexNoC® interconnect IP for ...

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Cole Knutson wants world-class music for his Saskatchewan. hometown

When Cole Knutson first left North Battleford in 2014, he had already decided that he would one day try to thank his hometown for helping him achieve his dream of becoming a world-class musician. THE BATTLEFORDS — Residents of Battlefords and surrounding areas also deserve the same quality music they would hear in New York, London, Paris or Berlin. That’s ...

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Carlson Music Center in Alexandria is now a third-generation company – Alexandria Echo Press

ALEXANDRIA — Now a three-generation company, Carlson Music Center in downtown Alexandria is owned and operated by Katie Girard. She has actually owned the business for almost two years, buying it in 2020 from her father, Ron Carlson, who bought it from his father, Sid Carlson. Sid Carlson “It’s an honor for me,” said Girard to be able to maintain ...

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Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 review: The combo breaker

Today’s best Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 deals Huawei’s FreeBuds Pro 2 are on the hunt for premium games and the competition has been officially put on notice. With a premium design that slightly resembles a certain pair of Apple headphones, the FreeBuds Pro 2 stand out with their unique driver structure that delivers sound designed in partnership with Devialet. Add ...

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Glendale Lions Honor East Hardin Students | Neighbors

Glendale Lions Honor East Hardin Students The Glendale Lions, at their meeting at Tony York’s on Main on June 2, honored the following students as May East Hardin Middle School Students of the Month. Sixth grader Joshua Bland enjoys playing the piano and video games, playing with his dogs and playing dinosaurs, reading books and going to church. His favorite ...

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What to do if someone steals your music

(Hypebot) — Even though your music is intellectual property, it remains your property and should only be used with permission. Here are 6 steps to take if someone steals your music. by Cody of Band Lab As an artist, it’s always a terrible feeling to find out that your music has been used without ...

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New Orleans Seminary’s “Prepare Her” Program Equips Women and Spouses for Ministry

Tara Dew wears many hats. She is the wife of the president of New Orleans Baptist Theological SeminaryDirector of Thrive – NOBTS’ Ministry Wife Certificate Program – and Adjunct Professor of Women’s Ministry. None of these were on her radar when she served with her husband, Jamie, when he was a pastor in North Carolina. A former teacher, Dew was ...

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Conviction delayed for local piano teacher facing life in prison for sexually assaulting students

BLOOMINGTON (Heart of Illinois ABC) — The sentencing of McLean County piano teacher Aaron Parlier, convicted of sexually assaulting students, was postponed Friday. However, his punishment has already been determined. He will spend the rest of his life behind bars unless a higher court overturns his convictions. Aaron Parlier, 41, was due to be sentenced Friday, but paperwork needed to ...

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Sentencing delayed for predatory piano teacher

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (WMBD) – A delayed sentencing former Twin Cities piano teacher turned child sex predator. Aaron Parlier, 41, was due to make post-trial motions and possible sentencing on Friday afternoon, but that didn’t happen. Parlier, was convicted in April of his crimes against a second female victim, who was underage when he taught her the piano. He had sex ...

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Highland Park begins slow healing process after mass shooting

Reports released by the City of Highland Park as part of a Freedom of Information Act request shed further light on previous contact police have had with 4th of July parade shooting suspect Bobby Crimo . An April 29, 2019 report on a medical checkup for Crimo, then 18, said he had a history of suicide attempts and had attempted ...

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Mary Lou “Diddy” Kringel Johansen

Mary Lou “Diddy” Kringel Johansen Iowa town Mary Lou “Diddy” Kringel Johansen returned to her Heavenly Father on June 7, 2022. Mary Lou was born December 20, 1927, in Iowa City, to Carl (Chris) and Coralie (Cuber) Kringel. Mary Lou received her nickname, Diddy, when she was a child. Older brother Bob’s attempt to tell his sister came out as ...

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6 Free Alternatives to Avid Pro Tools

Pro Tools is the go-to workstation for many musicians, filmmakers, and other artists because of its powerful editing tools and virtual instruments. The software has advanced tools for recording audio, editing movies, mixing music, and collaborating with other artists. This makes it one of the best DAWs out there, but it comes with a steep learning curve and price tag. ...

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Meteor Tutors Calls on Tutors Worldwide to Join the Leading Online Safety Solution for Education

Meteor Tutors was created by Anita Grace MacDonald, director, pianist and former opera singer, to provide a cutting-edge solution for sophisticated online music lessons with the highest online safety for children. The UK-based independent platform continues to expand globally and offers a curriculum in science, business, maths, humanities and arts. These are taught for exam prep, auditions, school entrance scholarships ...

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Brownstein: Oliver Jones set to talk, not play, jazz at art exhibit

Breadcrumb Links Music Local News Columnists Arts “It’s great to see the city come to life during the jazz festival. Even if I don’t play, I want to be part of it. » Oliver Jones tries his hand at the piano in Christ Church Cathedral ahead of his appearance – strictly as a speaker – at the Arts at the ...

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Rodney Halstenson – Grand Forks Herald

Rodney Jay Halstenson, 67, of Niagara, ND died July 1, 2022 at his home. Rodney was born on June 7, 1955 to Earl and Arabelle Halstenson. He graduated from Unity High School Petersburg, ND and attended Mayville State University, majoring in music. Rodney’s love for music began with piano lessons in his early childhood. He played many instruments and loved ...

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Who the hell was Lindsey Nelson?

Resident experts, at an unofficial lunch at Aubrey’s, complained about the price of gasoline and the exorbitant cost of living. It abruptly turned into a heated discussion about Neyland Stadium renovations, 100-year-old propaganda, improved wi-fi and, believe it or not, the party bridge. “What would the general think of that?” ” make laugh. Lindsey Nelson in her trademark jacket was ...

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Born to Dance — Catherine Knight: Multimedia Artist ‘Visual Music’ | Valley life

Some people prefer to dance romantically, cheek to cheek in the moonlight. Others, 21st century rock or hip hop, country line dancing, salsa or ballroom dancing. Boomers sometimes spin their versions of the “funky chicken” at class reunions. Tribune-Star/Joseph C. Garza Driven by the details: Artist Catherine Knight points out a detail in her work, Untitled, during her visit to ...

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Ukrainians living in British guest rooms

One day, shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine, a seventeen-year-old named Tymur Sabri was visiting his grandmother in a village outside Kyiv. Tymur is lanky – he loves to play basketball – with messy hair and a deep voice. Before the war, he lived in Kyiv with his parents and an older brother. Her sister Karina, her husband and their dog, ...

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Sisters meet for the first time in Rome after meeting on an ancestry site | Community

Two half-sisters have lived separate lives, but thanks to Ancestry.com’s discovery of their children’s social media, they were united in Rome last week. “We cried all day,” Kristin Watson said. “My eyes are swollen because I cried so much,” Kristin’s half-sister Terri Lynn said. Terri Lynn is 57 years old and lives in Mission Viejo, California. She was put up ...

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