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The Recorder – Your Religion News: September 18, 2021

Today: State Representative Paul Mark to Face the Climate Crisis GREENFIELD – Franklin County Interfaith Council and All Souls Church Sponsor Major State Representative Paul Mark Conference on Climate Crisis, Specifically on “The Next Generation Roadmap Act for Massachusetts Climate Policy, ”the first such law in the country. Representative Mark is the House Deputy Chairman of the Legislature’s Key Joint ...

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Faith in Hope: Ephrata’s musician merges talent with cancer research funding

Mary Loeffelbein is a recording artist, cult leader, parent, grandparent, and owner of her own music studio, Mary Loeffelbein Studio, where she teaches piano, voice, composition and improvisation to students. In June, Loeffelbein had the opportunity to submit one of his songs, “Am I the One,” for Music Beats Cancer, a campaign that appeals to emerging musicians to help raise ...

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Online tuition courses for your children, based on holistic education!

SINGAPORE, September 17, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Singapore is rightly called the “world within one city” because it truly offers the harmonious and wonderful fusion of different cultures, languages ​​and customs. While it translates into a world class lifestyle, it presents a unique challenge in itself. Have you ever found yourself looking for a qualified and knowledgeable online tutor who ...

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New book compiles the life and music of fiddler David Kaynor

Before his death on June 1 from a prolonged illness, David Kaynor had huge success in this region, the country and beyond. Yet Montague’s overwhelming array of violinist, teacher, and dance-master talent has perhaps been overlooked by many outside of a core group of musicians and dancers. But a new book, published just weeks after his death on June 1, ...

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Essential piano accessories: everything you need to start playing the piano

Buying a piano is fun, exciting, and inspiring – thinking about piano accessories isn’t. That said, the accompanying accessories we recommend here can make a real difference to your overall gaming experience and shouldn’t be overlooked. Most people will spend a lot of time researching what the best piano for them. Weighing the benefits of getting off the digital piano ...

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Playwrights’ Center announces 2021-22 season; Crooners presents ‘Rondo’ 56 ‘: Souvenir of St. Paul’s Black Main Street’

The Playwright Center announced its 50th season, a feat for a nonprofit arts organization, even at the best of times. PWC serves, supports and advocates for playwrights, launches careers, promotes new plays for production in theaters across the country, provides grants and scholarships, collaborates with theaters locally and nationally, and maintains a membership of thousands of playwrights all over the ...

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Marjorie Lee Corrine (Hollerud) Teasdale | Waukesha obituary

WAUKESHA Marjorie Lee Corrine (Hollerud) Teasdale February 12, 1933 – September 7, 2021 Marjorie Lee Corrine (Hollerud) Teasdale, 88, of Waukesha, passed away suddenly with all of her family by her side on Tuesday, September 7, 2021, at Waukesha Memorial Hospital. Marjorie was born on February 12, 1933, in Glenwood City, to Edgar and Camilla (Nelson) Hollerud. Marjorie grew up ...

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How the Canterbury Caravan group created a new sound that still influences musicians 50 years later

In the late 1960s, a group called Caravan pioneered a new sound that would later provide them with worldwide cult status among aficionados. And it all started in tents pitched in a field next to a village hall near Canterbury, where four young men rehearsed, until a recording contract allowed them to move into a bungalow. Progressive rock band Caravan ...

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