Connecticut AG wants to meet with TikTok CEO after latest prank

For the second time in less than a month, a Connecticut lawmaker is calling the CEO of TikTok to come to Connecticut to discuss the latest social challenge. A few weeks ago, we told you about a press conference in Hartford by Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal to address the TikTok trend of “sneaky licks” and call for a congressional hearing ...

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Olivia Rodrigo on Growth, Britney Spears and Being Seen

What this means for the human Olivia is that she has reached a level of fame where she has become an avatar for larger conversations. She is the photo at the top of the article. But what is the defense for? “It’s tricky,” said Olivia, careful with her wording. “Writing songs about how I feel has always been easy and ...

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Student vision: an emblem of progress | MSU Today

Mengyao Zhao has completed his doctorate in solo piano performance and is now working on a second doctorate in musical arts in collaborative piano in the College of Music. The following student view is repurposed content from Zhao’s remarks at the official opening of the Billman Music Pavilion. When I applied to be accepted to Michigan State, I knew the ...

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Roland GO reviews: PIANO 88 | MusicRadar

THE BEST OFFERS OF THE DAY Roland GO review: PIANO 88: what is it? All beginner piano players are faced with the same dilemma: do you buy a piano right away or do you start with one of the best keyboards for beginners and progress from there? While keyboards can be an inexpensive option, the small nature of the keys, ...

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Pianist and composer Jeremiah Klarman revel in Jewish and gospel music

Jeremiah Klarman is a musician musician. The 28-year-old pianist and New England Conservatory (NEC) graduate is a mainstay of Temple Emanuel’s Shabbat Alive, a Friday night service celebrating prayer with music. On a given Friday night, Klarman can be found at the keyboard in what he described as “happily praying with my fingers”. Never miss the best stories and events! ...

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Trio Solace will give a benefit concert at RVCC

Raritan Valley Community College’s Department of Arts and Design will present a concert on October 17 with Trio Solace. The trio includes Jacob Savransky on piano, Edward Li on violin and Mark Serkin on cello. The event, which is open to the public, will take place at 2 p.m. at the Welpe Theater on RVCC’s Branchburg campus and will also ...

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Steinway artist from Kazakhstan to give free piano concert in Saint Ambrose

An internationally renowned pianist will give a free concert and master class Friday as part of the Casual Classics II series at St. Ambrose University. Steinway artist Kadisha Onalbaeyva will perform at 5 p.m. in the Madsen Hall, Galvin Fine Arts Center, Davenport. Its program will feature music by Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Coleman, Uzenbayeva and his own work, followed by ...

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After a last minute meeting, a wake-up call

Cortney norris and Thomas Lowery weren’t supposed to go on a date. Ms. Norris, 38, a Latin teacher at Dalton School on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, had a friend scheduled to see the live recording of the Mortified Podcast in March 2018. Mr. Lowery, 35, video producer at Ted Productions, was also supposed to meet a friend that ...

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New Music New Haven returns to in-person performances

After a year of prerecorded virtual concerts, New Music New Haven’s live concert on Sunday will feature work by student composers and two teaching composers. Sarah cook 12:44 am, October 04, 2021 Contributing journalist Sarah Cook, collaborating photographer After more than a year of pre-recorded virtual concerts, the New Music New Haven concert series will return live on October 7 ...

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