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Code Ninjas to provide a community for problem-solving kids

Code Ninjas will open in March at 3211 W. Wadley Ave., suite 13. This is the first location in the region, with the next closest Code Ninjas being in Lubbock. Code Ninjas teaches kids how to code through an engaging game-based curriculum that builds self-confidence and teaches teamwork, logic, and problem-solving skills. Midland owner Jaclyn Gaona said it made sense ...

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Trey Anastasio, Mike Gordon, Jon Fishman and Page McConnell answer fan questions about SiriusXM [Recap]

Over the past weekend, Jon fishman, Mike Gordon, McConnell Page, and Trey Anastasio participated in a Q&A session with fans as part of SiriusXM Anti-Phishing RadioThe four part special “Ask Phish” from. Listen to all four segments here and read on for a recap of what has been covered. After starting with a question about unusual pets Bob wischusen, radio ...

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Get Skoove’s Top Rated Piano Lessons App For The Best Price On The Web

Get this Cyber ​​Monday deal and start learning to play the piano today.Photo: Mac Cult Deals If you’ve wanted to learn to play the piano, but hesitated due to time and cost, Skoove Premium Piano Lessons are for you. It is the best way to learn to play the piano quickly and at the best price. And for Cyber ​​Monday, ...

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Canberra-based music school teaching all students – young and old – to play an instrument

At 76 and 78 years old, Canberra’s grandparents, Maria and Chris Adams, are proof that you’re never too old to stick with a man. The retired accountants have just graduated from Community Rock School at Australian National University. “We were laughing while filling out the application,” Ms. Adams said. “But then we got accepted and we were like, ‘Oh my ...

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The 8 best electronic music toys for kids

That said, while you can get some pretty amazing results with Pocket Operators – just check out this on-the-fly cover of Röyksopp’s “Poor Leno”, created entirely on the PO-33 – programming sequences and settings from sounds require a little patience, and previous experience with pattern-based sequencers wouldn’t hurt. Smaller children are unlikely to gain much from the instrument. (It’s also ...

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Jim Brickman playing three hometown shows in Playhouse Square – News-Herald

Open the music streaming app of your choice in its Jim Brickman section and you will see a lot of albums. The renowned pianist who grew up in Shaker Heights and returns to northeast Ohio after spending years on the West Coast is nothing if not prolific. He typically releases several albums a year, and one of his releases in ...

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Artiphon INSTRUMENT 1 MIDI Controller Review – It’s a whole band crammed into a ukulele-sized instrument

The Gadgeteer is supported by readers like you! If you buy something through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Thank you! Learn more. REVIEW – When I was very young, I discovered the music books that my mother used when she took piano lessons as a child. I used these books with very little help to ...

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SSPS Teacher of the Year Profile: Pam Eubanks, Pratt Elementary School | New

Last year was very difficult. One of the reasons was the mandatory use of masks. They prevented me from seeing the faces of my students and not really hearing them singing clearly, with smiles and joy. In addition, when entire classes had to be absent for 10-14 days due to quarantine, we were prohibited from having our usual programs and ...

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Catch Up … Ryan Keytack | Union College

Ryan Keytack – also known as “Dean K”. – joined Union last winter as Assistant Dean of Students for Campus & Community Living & Learning. He arrived at Union from Philadelphia in June, where he lived and worked in the College House system at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to Penn, he worked at various schools including George Washington University ...

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