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The popular group from Minnesota will be participating in the NBC American Song Contest!

A group from Minneapolis, Minnesota started out as a daily YouTube vlog but quickly sold out shows in the Midwest. And now this group, yam housetraveled to Hollywood to represent Minnesota in NBS American Song Contest, from March 21, 2022 (it’s Monday!). Yam Haus was formed in 2017 in Minneapolis and features Lars Pruitt (vocals), Seth Blum (guitar), Jake Felstow ...

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A new competition to give young black pianists the chance to shine

CINCINNATI — Awadagin Pratt believes his “great breakthrough” came in 1992 when he won the Naumburg International Piano Competition — one of the most prestigious competitions of its kind in the world for young pianists. At just 26, he became the first African-American instrumentalist to win the award. What do you want to know Awadagin Pratt created the Nina Simone ...

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🌱 East Hampton Daily: $90,000 in purses stolen + scholarship

Hello, neighbors! It’s me again, Diane Witek, your host of the East Hampton Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Variablely cloudy; not as cold. High: 43, low: 39. Here are today’s top stories in East Hampton: More than $90,000 worth of handbags were stolen Thursday from a Balenciaga store in East Hampton, police said. East Hampton Village police say three men ...

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Nancy I. Riner | Obituary

Nancy I. Riner Nancy Irene McCauley Riner, 81, of Bunker Hill, passed away peacefully on February 26, 2022 at the Hospice of the Panhandle Inpatient Facility with her family by her side. Born September 16, 1940 in Martinsburg, she was the daughter of the late J. Truman and Irene Markle McCauley. She was a graduate of Musselman High School, Class ...

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Benicia Unified School District superintendent Dr. Charles Young retires after school year ends – Times-Herald

Dr. Charles Young said, “If you can find a profession that matches your values, then you’ve come to the right place.” For more than three decades, Young was well placed, with the last seven years serving as superintendent of the Benicia Unified School District. However, Young decided to step down peacefully as he announced earlier in the month that he ...

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Paul Newman, Common Law and Owning Your Trade: 10 Questions for DLA’s Jackie Park

(Reuters) – DLA Piper’s U.S. co-manager Jackie Park has an array of real estate clients, including ongoing representation from The Walt Disney Company, Capitol Records and AECOM. But when she’s not handling leasing transactions, Park mentors attorneys through DLA Piper’s diversity and inclusion initiatives, including the Women and Lawyers of Color Emerging Leaders programs. We caught up with Park to ...

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Lauretta Jean (Lund) Siderius | Daily Inter Lake

Lauretta Jean (Lund) Siderius, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family, on February 16, 2022, at Willow Place Assisted Living – Newberg, Oregon. Lauretta was born to Gerhard Lund and Ellen Black Lund on March 25, 1934 in Jamestown, North Dakota. One of four children raised in the Sweetgrass Hills of Sunburst, Montana, Lauretta attended North Toole County High School, ...

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Music teachers present a concert on February 27 | Culture & Leisure

The spotlight will be on local music teachers on February 27, when the Lincoln County Oregon Music Teachers Association (OMTA) presents its annual “Spotlight on the Teachers” benefit concert at the Newport Performing Arts Center. Teacher Recitals have been held since the late 1990s, following the arrival in Lincoln County of music teachers Mary Lee Scoville, Jessie Treon and Suzanne ...

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Wolverine Stories: Kilee Davis |

My name is Kilee Davis. I am a first generation student studying biotechnology. Born in Blackfoot, Idaho, I was raised primarily by a single mother, who modeled me as an independent and strong woman scientist. In college, I was an avid student and involved in the orchestra, theater, robotics club, piano, and track. I fell in love with science at ...

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Celebrating Love @ HBS in 2022 – MBA

Love @ HBS is an annual celebration of the diverse expressions of love that exist on our campus and in the world around us. PRIDE is pleased to present this annual showcase of love stories from the LGBTQ+ community and our wonderful allies here at Harvard Business School. Grace Xaveria (MBA 2022) & Calvin Natanael (MBA 2023) Calvin and I ...

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Day, Sr., Larry Benton – NRVNews

Larry Benton Day, father of Narrows, Va., returned home to be with his lord on Thursday, February 10, 2022, at his home. A longtime resident of Narrows, Larry was born on April 18, 1947 to the late Perry Allen Day, Sr and Pauline Robertson Day. Larry was a 1965 graduate of Narrows High School and was a volunteer firefighter with ...

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Mount Airy City Schools — a great choice for families

Editor’s Note: Community Comment is a periodic column in The Mount Airy News featuring commentary from community leaders in Mount Airy and Surry County. Mount Airy City Schools is a unique, family-centered school district focused on the growth of each child. The neighborhood has increased its market share by more than 5% over the past two years and continues to ...

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Ilene Sears Obituary (1938 – 2022) – Winston-Salem, NC

Ilene Hanson Sears Winston-Salem, NC – A short and feisty part of the world is gone. Ilene Hanson Sears died at Brighton Gardens in Winston-Salem on February 1, 2022, aged 83. She led a full life, with everything she needed to be happy: a truly holy husband, lots of cats, and a sense of humor that drove her children crazy. ...

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Dr. Gayle Froerer Gregersen Richards | News, Sports, Jobs

Dr. Gayle Froerer Gregersen Richards passed away peacefully at her niece’s home on January 27, 2022. A most remarkable woman, Gayle will be remembered for her lifelong commitment to education, for her extraordinary musical sense and her dedication to the arts, for his devotion to his garden. and her beloved Westies, and especially for her grace, ...

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Doreen Frances (Sylvia) Nelsen

Doreen Frances (Sylvia) Nelsen, 79, died peacefully on Thursday February 3, 2022 at her home in Fairhaven from complications related to Alzheimer’s disease. She was the beloved wife of 53 years of Merchant Navy Captain Dean F. Nelsen. Raised in Mattapoisett, Doreen was the daughter of Frank F. Sylvia of Mattapoisett and Mary (Benton) Sylvia of Dartmouth. Both parents are ...

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🌱 Bed bugs shut down assisted living center + sexual assault at UofU

Hello people of Salt Lake City! It’s me again, Joseph Peterson, your host for the Salt Lake City Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloudy and sunny weather. Top: 42 Bottom: 23. Here are the top 3 stories in Salt Lake City today: Fraternity and sorority students at the University of Utah flooded the Yik Yak anonymous app with stories of ...

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Templeton High announces nominees for Girls State Conference

Girls State is a fake government program that works with the American Legion Auxiliary – Five young women from Templeton High School’s junior class have been nominated to attend this year’s week-long Girls’ State Conference, which focuses on learning, responsible citizenship and leadership at the Convention of State of the American Legion’s Auxiliary Girls. The nominees are Tess Ryujin, Karen ...

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Liu from Fox Chapel Area, a piano virtuoso with international titles

Growing up, Fox Chapel Area junior Lawrence Liu only had one CD to listen to – “Essentials” by Michael Jackson. This album featured Jackson’s top hits, from “ABC” to “Beat It,” and was the starting point for Liu’s musical accomplishments. The teenager recently won top prizes in several international piano competitions, including: – Grand Prize winner of the Pittsburgh International ...

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Gainesville STAR student thanks his teacher for shaping him

Lakeview Academy senior Garv Gaur may have been named a STAR student at Gainesville, but he’s quickly sharing the limelight with his favorite teacher. Gaur was named the Gainesville District winner for Student Teacher Achievement Recognition Wednesday afternoon at First Baptist Church in Gainesville. To be eligible, high school students must have the highest SAT score on a single test ...

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Sterling High School students rack up honors – Sterling Journal-Advocate

Sterling High School flautist Johnny Strohmeyer, pictured here at a First Friday @ First Presbyterian concert, has been selected to participate in the Colorado All-State Band. The students of the Sterling High School group, under the leadership of Shauna Snyder, are having great success this year with a number of students selected to show off their skills at different events. ...

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From South Charleston to the Kennedy Center: WV native works with legends as music director | Life & Arts

On a busy vacation afternoon at Capitol Market, Kanawha County native Kevin Struthers tried not to seem too excited about his job, but sometimes it’s nearly impossible not to get ecstatic. “I’m the director of jazz, chamber music and new classical music programming at the Kennedy Center,” he said with a laugh and adding, “It’s a bit of an unwieldy ...

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‘Attempted security threat’ disables software in some New York schools

An online platform used in some New York public schools has been down since last Saturday after a ‘security incident’ forced teachers to rely on more traditional ways of recording grades, tracking attendance and to contact students and parents. School officials were unable to provide a figure on how many schools were affected by the outage, but several teachers said ...

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2020-too much? What Canadian Kids Think of the New Year | Item

Some kids say this year feels like a repeat of 2020 ⭐️ HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ⭐️ Some kids say 2022 feels like 2020 all over again. CBC Kids News reached out to four young Canadians to find out how they are feeling. They talked about going back to school online and tips for staying positive. Read on ...

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Fourth-year student at Hindley Christopher Li wins first place in international piano competition

Hindley School year 4 student Christopher Li has won first place in the 2021 International Piano Star Competition. At the event, which aired live on December 11, Christopher performed in Amateur Group B, competing against 37 players from 13 countries. The competition was judged by professional pianists and university professors. — an announcement from the Darien Public Schools Music Department ...

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Lynn Pettit Thompson Obituary – Asbury Park Press

Lynn Pettit Thompson Lynn Pettit Thompson, widow of Reverend Russell W. Thompson, Sr., returned home to be with her Lord and Savior on November 26, 2021. She was 100 years old. Born as “Mary Caroline” Pettit in Brooklyn, New York, Lynn spent her first eleven years in St. Petersburg, Florida, where her parents founded and operated the Cilley Foundational School, ...

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Mary Ellen Sandersfeld | The Gazette

[ad_1] MARY ELLEN SANDERSFELD Amana Mary Ellen Sandersfeld, 88, of Amana, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at Bird House Hospice Home in Johnson County, Iowa City. She was in the loving company of the family. Visitations will be from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on January 12, at Kloster Funeral Home, Marengo. The funeral will be on ...

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Elton John’s “Philadelphia Freedom” isn’t just a gay anthem. It is a hymn of pride.

[ad_1] When most people think of “Philadelphia Freedom”, only one refrain comes to mind: “I lo-o-ove you / Yes I do!” They have a hard time remembering the rest of the lyrics, because like many Elton John songs, the lyrics are a bit slanted. He wrote the song in 1975 for Billie Jean King, drawing inspiration from his pioneering mixed ...

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Brookings register | Surprise hit on TikTok

[ad_1] BROOKINGS – Sarah Darnall and her Hot Freaks band mates never dreamed that a song they released would become a massive hit on TikTok years later. The song, “Puppy Princess,” was written and recorded about a decade ago, but didn’t launch on TikTok until early this year. As a result, Darnall and his band mates talk about getting back ...

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Former students and former teachers are remembered after their deaths

[ad_1] December 30, 2021 at 9:18 a.m. Utah State University alumnus Harry Reid (pictured above) died Tuesday aged 82. After a four-year battle with pancreatic cancer, the retired US Senator is now honored and honored. In a state of Utah today itemUSU President Noelle Cockett said the university was honored to have Reid among the Aggie. “Reid’s legacy illustrates how ...

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Thrive on the autism spectrum

[ad_1] Characteristics Radica Mahas̩ 5 hours ago Al Hasan Khan receives a 2021 Autism Superhero Award for his personal achievements from Chelsi Torres. РKareem La Borde DR RADICA MAHASE Adapting to the pandemic can be very difficult for children. For most children with autism, it was difficult to adjust to changes in the routine, and for those who attended ...

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Laura G. Brubaker | Obituary

[ad_1] Laura G. Brubaker, 94, resident of the Landis Homes community and beloved “aunt” of several nieces and nephews, fulfilled her long-held hope to “come home to be with Jesus” on December 11, 2021. She expressed this desire for many years, a life lived on the basis of her deep Christian faith. Born in Hershey, Pa. On January 23, 1927 ...

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Jennie May Roys | Obituary

[ad_1] Keith & Keith Funeral Home Jennie May Roys was born on February 26, 1942 in Yakima, Washington, to Victor and Miriam Studer. She attended Ahtanum Pioneer Church where she became the church organist during her high school years. She attended West Valley High School where she became editor of the high school newspaper and accompanist for the high school ...

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Rebekah F. Mansour 1982-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] STRUTHERS – Rebekah Faith Hoy Mansour, “Bekah”, 39, died on Thursday, November 25, 2021 from a brief illness. Rebekah Faith was born on August 26, 1982 in New Castle, Pa. To Laura Landon Hudock and Mani Kavuru, and lovingly adopted by Dave and Rita Hoy, formerly of Mansfield. In November 1982, Rebekah was baptized into the Christian faith and ...

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Talking About Type 1 Diabetes And Music With Spotify Frontman Austin Kramer

[ad_1] DiabetesMine spoke to Kramer at the end of November 2021 about his career and life with T1D, and how it all comes together to motivate him to recognize diabetes in the world of music curation he has professionally invested in. , while helping to raise awareness of T1D. When and where were you diagnosed with T1D? My father was ...

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

[ad_1] 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 ...

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How To Achieve Big Goals In Life | Lifestyles

[ad_1] (TNS) – How would you like to achieve a giant-sized goal in life? Maybe you would like to finish your college degree. Or do you want to lose a lot of weight? Psychologists say it’s best to pursue one big goal at a time. Setting too many big goals simultaneously will make you fail. Instead, try moving forward to ...

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No prom, no graduation ceremony – the lives of high school students with Covid19

[ad_1] In March 2020, high schools in Burlington looked surreal. The last day of school is often a celebration. Empty exam rooms are littered with crumpled cheat sheets, abbreviated notes for lessons already forgotten, as laughter echoes through the hallways. The children slam the door to their faded blue lockers and storm out of the building, heading for long, short ...

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“I am a world class pianist living with a rare disease”

[ad_1] According to my parents, when I was six months old, I had a grand mal seizure. I was in my grandmother’s arms and I turned blue. After that I started having infantile spasms (IS). My first was at Disneyland during the Main Street Electric Parade. My mom saw me do these weird movements and was terrified. My parents then ...

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Free Kindergarten to Grade 12 resources to support distance and blended learning in 2022 – LE Journal

[ad_1] Education Technology and COVID-19 Free Kindergarten to Grade 12 resources to support distance and blended learning in 2022 As you search for software and services to increase online and blended education this year, start here. By Dian Schaffhauser 11/18/21 As the pandemic continues to bring changes to Kindergarten to Grade 12 throughout the school year, teachers, counselors, support staff ...

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Kosher Cuisine in the San Diego State Area, Navy Couple at Otay Ranch

[ad_1] Photo of Sandy Huffaker, Jr. Alan, Yehuda, Esther, Shira, Elisheva. There is harmony here – Alan and Elisheva achieved at least some measure of what they wanted. The door is open. Go in! Some beards, like Alan’s, are magnificent in their autonomy – they grow as they please, uncut and untamed. “You won’t round off the corners of your ...

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Catch Up … Ryan Keytack | Union College

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Tabor freshman wins Lennon scholarship | Marion County File

[ad_1] By ROWENA PLETT Personal editor Winning a John Lennon Scholarship funded by Yoko Ono and Gibson Musical Instruments is just the latest musical achievement from Mollie Beaver, 18, a freshman at Tabor College. Sony ATV Music Publishing, Universal, Arista Records and Megahouse judged the competition, which annually recognizes three of the best original songwriters aged 17 to 24 with ...

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From Germany to Baldwin City – The Baker Orange

[ad_1] Freshman Bea Weinpel is an international student from the city Isny im Allgäu in southern Germany. Although Weinpel is from Germany, this is not his first time in Kansas. She spent some time in Kansas during her high school studies where she discovered Baker University. Weinpel felt like he knew how Kansas worked and what to expect. “I was ...

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Percussionist James Beauton takes on a new career as a conductor

[ad_1] James Beauton went from percussionist to conductor on the podium, wielding a baton for the Villa Musica Chamber Players. In 2012 Beauton won the Grand Prize of the Southern California Marimba International Artist Competition and since then has worked both as an educator and as an entertainer, expert in playing the xylophone, marimba and other percussion instruments. . Beauton, ...

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A profile of the Genshin Impact streamer

[ad_1] LIKE A newly released character in Genshin Impact, Sarah Eliya’s life was destined to always be in the spotlight. As a high school student, she got heavily involved in theater and musicals, and she even tried to show off her passion for the arts by uploading covers of music to her YouTube channel. “My path started with music and ...

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NIU today | One of the #ThousandsStrong: Kellie Martial, JD’10

[ad_1] Kellie Martial, JD ’10, enjoys interacting with prospective, admitted and current law school students. When Kellie Martial, JD ’10, was growing up in Chicago, she was a go-getter who took ballet and piano lessons and interned on the set of two television talk shows that were recorded in Chicago. During her freshman year of high school, she studied abroad ...

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From the basement to the stars

[ad_1] “Behind the Byline” introduces you to those who write stories, take photos, design pages and edit the content we deliver in our print editions and on pressdemocrat.com. We are more than journalists. As you will see, we are also your neighbors with unique backgrounds and experiences that proudly live in Sonoma County. Today we introduce you to art and ...

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MUBI GO unveils New York’s first line of theatrical selections

[ad_1] Earlier this month, it was announced that MUBI is launching MUBI GO, a curated cinematic experience for $ 10.99 per month. A handpicked film will be shown each week and subscribers will not only receive a ticket for the selection, but also for the entire MUBI streaming platform. The launch is scheduled in New York from this Friday, October ...

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Fun hobbies to start at home

[ad_1] Publication displays: 77 For many people today, working from home is now the new “normal”. However, that doesn’t mean that you won’t get a little crazy being stuck in one place all the time. After all, when you work from home, you are stuck most of the day indoors. One of the best ways to break your routine and ...

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Rachel Hélène Young | Obituary

[ad_1] CAP GIRARDEAU, Missouri – Rachael Helen Young, 86, of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, died of this life on Wednesday, October 20, 2021 in South East Hospital, surrounded by her family. She was born on November 3, 1934 in Garden City, Kansas, to Leslie Harold and Helen Halleck (Tubbs) Pennington. During the dust bowl days of western Kansas, his family moved ...

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Paso Robles Paderewski Festival announces the winners of the 2021 Youth Piano Competition • News Atascadero

[ad_1] The recital will take place at Cass Winery PASO ROBLES – The 2021 Paderewski Festival returns to live concerts, open to the public at various venues in and around Paso Robles, from November 5 to 7. The Paderewski Patrons and Friends of Paderewski passes as well as general public tickets are now available on paderewskifest.com. One of the festival’s ...

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Marian Brisbee obituary (1940 – 2021) – Allegany, NY

[ad_1] ALLEGANY, NY – Marian L. Brisbee, 80, of Allegany, passed away with her loving family by her side Sunday, October 17, 2021 at Olean General Hospital, Olean.Born November 21, 1940 in Burtville, Pennsylvania, she was the daughter of Warren E. and Doris Burt Tripp. Doris was a direct descendant of the first white male child born in Potter County; ...

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“They are students in crisis”: educators grapple with bad student behavior

[ad_1] By Peter D’Auria / VTDigger Since starting school about six weeks ago, students at Bristol Primary School have smashed the school piano, smashed computers and dented cars in the parking lot. In the Missisquoi Valley school district, more staff could be added to handle a slight increase in hazing, harassment and bullying investigations. And at a recent Addison Central ...

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Harrisville native comfortable leading the pack | Local News

[ad_1] When the starting pistol shot fired at the Clarence DeMar Marathon in Gilsum at 7 a.m. sharp on Sunday, September 26, Conor Sleith sprinted past the peloton. Wearing bright orange socks and painted athletic nails the same color under his running gloves – a lucky habit he acquired for running – the Harrisville native, 35, dominated the entire course ...

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Two Pittsfield seniors honored with Superintendent’s Award / iBerkshires.com

[ad_1] William Garrity of Taconic High School, left, and Elodie Thériault of Pittsfield High School were introduced by Superintendent Joseph Curtis at Wednesday’s school committee meeting. The students are the best in their classes and have received the annual Superintendent’s Award. PITTSFIELD, Mass .– Two seniors, one from each of the city’s high schools, were honored for their top academics ...

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Becker rocks for “Roadkill” while sharing his passion for music – MSU Reporter

[ad_1] Few can say that they wrote memoirs on touring with their own rock band. But at Minnesota State University, Mankato’s English professor Robin Becker can. Having taught creative writing since 2014, Becker takes a sabbatical to write his memoir, “Road Kill,” based on his post-high school experience playing guitar for cash along the West Coast and South. -west with ...

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When does your October payment arrive? – CBS Chicago

[ad_1] (CBS Detroit) – The fourth payment of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) child tax credit comes out later this week. But parents want to know when exactly the money will be deposited. Last month’s check arrived on September 15 for those who made a direct deposit, or shortly after for those who received it in the mail. This month’s ...

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Questlove’s Passion – The New York Times

[ad_1] Questlove in 1975 at a salon in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.Credit…Courtesy of Questlove By the time he started elementary school, Thompson had spent more time on the road with adults than in Philadelphia with children his age. When his freshman class had to bring music to school, he chose “Why Fools Fall In Love,” by Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers, ...

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New Chamber Ballet dancer and founder Lois Ellyn dies

[ad_1] Lois Ellyn, ballet dancer, choreographer, teacher and founder and artistic director of the New Chamber Ballet in Fullerton, Calif., Died on Saturday, August 28, 2021, just weeks after directing the production of the ballet. A little night dance, at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton. Ellyn was born Lois Margaret Ellen Smith on June 19, 1924, to Edith Baldwin ...

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Low Cut Connie from Philly returns to concerts at White Eagle Hall

[ad_1] Throughout the pandemic, Low Cut Connie of Philadelphia is reportedly performing live from her home during her online series, Touch Cookies, with a few outdoor concerts to kick off. Last week, the group just played their first indoor concert since the start of the pandemic. It was in Atlanta. This week, they will be performing at White Eagle Hall ...

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New Music New Haven returns to in-person performances

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Lucille Graybill (1916 – 2021) obituary – Troutville, VA

[ad_1] Lucille Painter Graybill November 26, 1916 – September 30, 2021 Lucille Painter Graybill (Mrs. EA Graybill Jr.), 104, of Troutville, Va., Passed away peacefully of natural causes on September 30, 2021. Lucille, usually known as Cille, was born in Montebello, Va., The daughter of the late Bland A. and Martha Seaman Painter. Her family moved to Thaxton, Virginia, where ...

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Pulse Music is definitely closing its doors after 25 years

[ad_1] September 30 — Pulse Music closed at Logansport on Thursday after 25 years. The store closure at 220 E. Market St. follows owner Randy Varrone who closed his Kokomo store about four years ago. The store specialized in what everyone needed to start their own group. Varrone and his team sold guitars, drums, bass guitars, guitar multi-effects switching systems, ...

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‘Hamilton’ star issues hilarious ‘absence note’ for Roswell high school student – WSB-TV Channel 2

[ad_1] Develop Hamilton Hamilton Joseph Morales and Nik Walker will lead Hamilton’s second nationwide tour as Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, respectively. Other main roles in Hamilton will be played by Ta’Rea Campbell as Angelica Schuyler; Marcus Choi as George Washington; Elijah Malcomb as John Laurens / Phillip Schuyler; Shoba Narayan as Eliza Hamilton; Fergie L. Philippe as Hercules Mulligan ...

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Classes and workshops calendar published on September 29, 2021

[ad_1] The Sunburg Heritage Arts Initiative has several workshops scheduled. Introduction to rosemary: October 9, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunburg Community Center; $ 20; limited to 10 students aged 18 and over; instructor Lynette Swanson. Students will make a heart project using acrylic paints and will be brought home at the end of class. All materials are included in ...

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Pauline Phelps | Death notice | nny360.com

[ad_1] A funeral mass for Pauline Phelps, 95, of Ogdensburg, NY, will be held on Friday, October 1, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. at Notre Dame Church with Reverend Joseph Morgan as celebrant and Deacon Mark Lalonde, Pauline’s nephew, assistant. Call hours will be Thursday, September 30, 2021 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Frary Funeral Home, Ogdensburg. Interment will ...

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Events around the lakes

[ad_1] Submissions should be made at least one week prior to the event date, in writing, to [email protected] or [email protected] Each submission should include the following: the date, time and location of the event, whether recurring or one-off, and where to go for more information (phone, email and / or website) . Also indicate whether the event is free or ...

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Ramona Irene Anderson, 92, North Platte

[ad_1] Ramona Irene Anderson, 92, of North Platte returned home to her heavenly maker on Sunday, September 26, 2021. Ramona was born on October 25, 1928 in Arapahoe to Willard M. and Irene Houghtaling Baxter. She grew up in Arapahoe and graduated from Arapahoe High School with highest honors in 1947. During her studies, Ramona participated in almost every activity: ...

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Obituary of Vivian Mullikin (1930 – 2021) – La Crosse, WI

[ad_1] Vivian J. Mullikin ONALASKA – Vivian J. Mullikin, 91, of Onalaska, WI, passed away on Monday, September 20, 2021 at Mulder Health Care in West Salem. Vivian was born on February 11, 1930, to Harold and Rosalie (O’Donnell) Armstrong in Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada. She grew up in Fort Frances, graduated from high school, graduated from business school in ...

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Vivian J. Mullikin | Obituary

[ad_1] ONALASKA — Vivian J. Mullikin, 91, of Onalaska, WI, passed away on Monday, September 20, 2021 at Mulder Health Care in West Salem. Vivian was born on February 11, 1930, to Harold and Rosalie (O’Donnell) Armstrong in Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada. She grew up in Fort Frances, graduated from high school, graduated from business school in two years, and ...

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Pittsburgh Catholic and jazz giant enjoys revival

[ad_1] Mary Lou Williams in New York, 1946. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. By Mike Aquilina A stack of Mary Lou Williams records near the turntable meant something in the 1950s and 1960s. It indicated that the owner was not just a jazz fan, but rather a listener of a certain sophistication. Williams was known as the “First Lady ...

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As Foothill reopens campus, a quarter of students return in person | New

[ad_1] Foothill resumed face-to-face teaching this week, with 3,180 of approximately 11,500 students expected to come to campus in the fall term. So far, the campus has been largely closed, with the exception of related health programs like respiratory therapy and pharmaceutical technology which have been carried out in person throughout the pandemic, the vice president said. training associate Kurt ...

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Women can have it all

[ad_1] FASHION CEO Amanda Barker, 44, has a relatively tidy house, runs a basketball team, prides herself on being a great wife, and is a mom to – wait – EIGHT children. But it doesn’t come easily – with Charlee’s mum, 19, Cash, 18, Call, 16, Codee, 14, Cruz, 12, Cooper, 10, Clancee, eight, and Covington, six. years old, admitting ...

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trio of artists bringing blues to Hemlock Fairgrounds to support the WNY Blues Society | Lifestyles

[ad_1] The Buffalo-based Western New York Blues Society is looking to revive its annual festival with a vibrant show at the Hemlock Fairgrounds. The lineup highlights a variety of blues styles and musician experiences by featuring headliner Popa Chubby, as well as rising young musician Veronica Lewis and the Buffalo Music Hall of Famer Patti Parks. The September 25 concert, ...

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Studio offers piano lessons and Korean language lessons

[ad_1] Anyone wishing to learn piano, whether they are children or adults wishing to develop their skill, will now have the opportunity to access the recently opened Ardmore Piano School. Classes will be taught by instructor Minwoo Park who received his Masters in Piano Performance from Western Michigan University and is currently working on his PhD at the University of ...

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Pianist Wemberly Ponder to perform on September 24 at the Emma Kelly Theater

[ad_1] By ANGYE MORRISON [email protected] The ONE series continues on September 24 with a performance by Wemberly Ponder from Statesboro. Born to parents Sanford and Harriett Ponder, Ponder is a graduate of William James High School, as well as Georgia Southern University. He says he was raised primarily by his mother, as his father was hospitalized for most of his ...

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

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Confidential High School: Year 6 | Education

[ad_1] 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 ...

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

[ad_1] 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 ...

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New book compiles the life and music of fiddler David Kaynor

[ad_1] 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 ...

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

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Marjorie Lee Corrine (Hollerud) Teasdale | Waukesha obituary

[ad_1] 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 ...

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One year is 365 days

[ad_1] A gap year sounds sexy, doesn’t it? It’s getting more and more popular, but it’s still unconventional enough to justify the fascination of others when you tell them about it. It’s a badge of honor that you proudly wear on your sleeve to let the world know that you’re not afraid to stop and take the time to think ...

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Alberto Vilar, arts patron convicted of fraud, dies at age 80

[ad_1] Alberto W. Vilar, an opera-loving fund manager who used his fortune to become a notorious patron but fell from grace when he reneged on his promises and was ultimately jailed for defrauding clients, is died Saturday at his home in Reines. He was 80 years old. Her sister and only immediate survivor, Carole Vilar Williams, said the cause was ...

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Signature moves with Sean Bankhead

[ad_1] Last year, when Cardi B’s team reached out to choreographer Sean Bankhead to help her create dances for the “Up” music video, he asked her if she had two months to devote to their apprenticeship. It turns out she did. Mr. Bankhead wasted no time. The dance, with its lunges, jumps and squats, feels like something straight out of ...

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These Colleges Bet Culturally Appropriate Textbooks Will Improve Student Outcomes

[ad_1] Millie González and her colleagues are not here to question whether open educational resources are on par with traditional textbooks, she said. research confirmed it. González and Framingham State University, where she is the acting director of the Whittemore Library, are part of a Massachusetts consortium seeking to answer various questions. Like: What if students had access to a ...

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For soprano Amy Porter, opera is her magic flute

[ad_1] Growing up in church choirs and taking flute lessons, Amy Porter never gave much thought to her voice. She knew she could sing, but it wasn’t until high school, when she landed the role of Fiona in a production of Alan Jay Lerner’s “Brigadoon,” that she realized she might have. a real talent. “I thought everyone looked like Julie ...

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Dalton Public Schools News – Dalton Public Schools

[ad_1] Jason Lin, senior at Dalton High School, was recognized as this year’s Karen Lightbody Fellowship recipient for his outstanding piano skills. The Karen Lightbody Kirkman Piano Scholarship is administered by the Dalton Education Foundation. It is offered to one candidate per year and pays for the recipient’s continuing music lessons. Karen Lightbody was an accomplished pianist who donated her ...

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Nicole Rashell Moniz | Obituary

[ad_1] Nicole Rashell Moniz, 37, of Ripon, WI, walked into the Arms of Waiting God on Saturday, August 21, 2021, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on June 4, 1984 at the Berlin hospital, to Rick and Becky (Ebert) Koon. Nicole grew up in Ripon. As a child, she loved dance lessons and was part of the Ripon ...

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Francis shares the love of all music | Local

[ad_1] As a singer, Francis sang in choirs and small ensembles, as a soloist for weddings, funerals, church worship teams and children’s productions, military ceremonies and performed the national anthem. for community events. As a music teacher, she plays various musical instruments such as piano, guitar, ukulele and percussion and enjoys making the classroom her stage. She is an MSHAA ...

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Two opera brothers tell their story in ‘My Evil Twin’

[ad_1] The phrase “evil twin” appears in a number of books, movies, songs, computer games and more, given the thematic possibilities of blaming someone’s misdeeds on a lookalike, or the idea that you can create an alternative identity for yourself. As the They Might Be Giants popsters put it in one of their songs, “My evil twin, bad weather friend ...

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From stroke survivor to scholar

[ad_1] During her final semester at UCF, Alex Dixon was finally able to accomplish a task most students take for granted: reading a textbook on her own. For the Early Childhood Development and Education major, crossing the stage to start with her peers this summer seemed like a miracle a decade ago, instead of her hard work. When Dixon was ...

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Third-generation Koss Music Center ready to reopen in Lorain – Morning Journal

[ad_1] Third-generation music teacher Dominic Ricciardi will host an open house at the new Koss Music Center, 5374 Oberlin Ave., Lorain, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on July 21, 2021. Ricciardi, who plays numerous instruments and is director of school orchestra and certified intervention specialist, is recovering from the novel coronavirus pandemic, job loss and fire that destroyed his ...

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SSSB organizes the Summon the Heroes concert | Lifestyles

[ad_1] After an 18-month hiatus due to the Covid pandemic, the Southern Stars Symphonic Brass is preparing a new season of “Premium Entertainment” concerts. This 30-piece professional instrumental ensemble will kick off its 2021-’22 season with a free concert titled Summon the Heroes on Saturday, September 4 at 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on The Grove’s new outdoor performance stage ...

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