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Perth International Jazz Festival in the CBD from November 5 to 7 and Saturday November 13 in Busselton

“Come Play” is the Perth International Jazz Festival’s invitation to singers, musicians and the public, over a weekend in Perth November 5-7 and the following Saturday, November 13, in Busselton. A range of free and paid events include a Jazz Parade in Hyde Park, where everyone is welcome to bring their instrument to join the jam. “We’re bringing the best ...

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Sounds from the weekend of September 24 to 26

BRADENTON – The 941 has another weekend of great live music offerings at popular local venues. Check out The Bradenton Times Weekend Sounds to see which bands you can catch and where. Dive bombers AMI blue marlin Friday: 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The Divebombers are, “Toe tappin ‘knee slappin’ foot stompin ‘good old American music.” Members George Worthmore (Blues ...

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Family of boy killed during Yom Kippur fundraiser for his “firefighter robot” project

Big ideas and undiminished dreams have been a big part of the short life of 12-year-old Barak Houry. He was an avid musician, artist, competitive swimmer, knitter and sewer, and in the past year a self-taught amateur coder, electronics technician and robotics engineer. After being killed by an alleged drunk driver while riding his bike last week on Yom Kippur, ...

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At 75, the Ojai Music Festival remains focused on the future

OJAI, Calif .– The return is a process. It is rarely linear. The Ojai Music Festival, for example, returned September 16-19 to celebrate its 75th anniversary after a long pandemic absence. But there have been setbacks among the returns. Compromises were made to accommodate her move from spring to the last days of summer. An artist has been detained in ...

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PFT cannot address what it calls an ‘urgent’ mold problem at Frankford High

With “mold growing everywhere”, a faulty HVAC system and a lingering odor in a city high school, a worried teacher at Frankford High has sounded the alarm this week about potentially dangerous environmental conditions. Because the problems represent an imminent danger to health, representatives of the teachers’ unions have the right to access Frankford to examine the school. But Jerry ...

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A famous virtuoso on an instrument she wasn’t supposed to play

MANCHESTER, England – The ethereal sound of the kora, a century-old West African instrument, echoed as Sona Jobarteh, a virtuoso from one of Gambia’s most famous musical families, plucked her strings with her index fingers and fingers. inches. Under the purple lights of the stage at the Manchester International Festival in July – her first performance since the start of ...

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Confidential High School: Year 6 | Education

Welcome to Year 6 of High School Confidential, where senior high school seniors across the region – nominated by principals and teachers – tell us about the many good things happening in their halls from Friday through May. Our innovative students will also take over The News-Gazette’s Snapchat account to go behind the scenes, including today at St. Thomas More’s ...

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“Sweet Sounds of Equality” brings together star artists at the John Brown House

A lineup of artists from northeastern Ohio will perform at the Summit County Historical Society’s Sweet Sounds of Equality Concert on Sunday at the John Brown House grounds at 514 Diagonal Road in Akron. The Outdoor Concert is a fundraiser that will benefit the Statue and Sojourner Truth Square outside United Way Headquarters in downtown North High Street and John ...

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Here are the blues clues your kids won’t want to miss

Photo credit: Nickelodeon Facebook Are you looking for something amazing to do with your kids? You are invited to American Dream to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Blue’s Clues! Everything happens on Tuesday, September 21st at American Dream. If your kids are 4 and up, they’re invited to a big Blue’s Clues party with a special screening of Blue’s birthday ...

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