‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ at Syracuse Stage celebrates the great jazz pianists

‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ at Syracuse Stage celebrates the great jazz pianists
The music conjures images of late night rent parties in Harlem and impromptu “cutting” competitions featuring the finest Jazz pianists of the day: the great James P. Johnson, the incomparable Willie “The Lion” Smith, and the teenage prodigy Thomas Wright …
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Puget Sound Piano Trio next in UPS Concert Series
She has performed on radio in New York City, Moscow, and Croatia, and she appeared in the television program In Praise of Women Pianists. Stambuk has been featured in recital at Merkin Concert Hall, in New York City; Academy of Music, in Philadelphia …
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53 young pianists to compete in Bachauer piano competitions
SALT LAKE CITY  When it came time to select the 53 young pianists from around the world who will compete for the title of Gina Bachauer Gold Medalist in two competitions this month, said Gina Bachauer International Piano Foundation public relations …
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The Origins of Hip Hop: Annual event celebrates Racine’s cultural diversity

The Origins of Hip Hop: Annual event celebrates Racine’s cultural diversity
The Origins of Hip Hop event will return to Racine’s lakefront on Saturday, Aug. 20, and everyone is welcome to come share this exploration of the culture of hip-hop, from 4 to 10 p.m. at Smoke’d on the Water, 3 Fifth St. In its fifth year, Origins of …
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The Science of How Hip-Hop Combats Poverty
From its inception in the Bronx in the 1970s, hip-hop has always been about inspiring the disenfranchised to overcome their obstacles. Its stars have encouraged listeners to reach higher, even when they’re rapping about seemingly materialistic things.
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How Hip-Hop Holds
Not long ago, I was having lunch in a KFC in Harlem, sitting near eight African-American boys, aged about 14. Since 1) it was 1:30 on a school day, 2) they were carrying book bags, and 3) they seemed to be in no hurry, I assumed they were skipping school.
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Zulu celebrates 2016 Mardi Gras royalty, television station reports

trendZulu celebrates 2016 Mardi Gras royalty, television station reports
The members overwhelmingly elected Jay Banks king in May. It wasn’t a big surprise when he chose his wife, Artelia Bennett-Banks, as his consort. The club had to cancel a previously scheduled announcement at the airport due to the recent blizzard in …
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Dalori Attack Death Toll Rises To 85
Earlier on Sunday, the State Emergency Management Ageny’s Zonal Coordinator, Mr Mohammed Kanar, told Channels Television that the death toll could rise, as other rescue organisations were involved in providing aid to the victims. He told Channels …
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TV preview: Six things to watch on television this week
TV preview: Six things to watch on television this week. Bridget & Eamon strike out on their own, a British family goes back in time and a group of Irish teens stage their own musical revolution. about an hour ago. Kevin Courtney. Bridget & Eamon …
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Miga celebrates one year of worldly food in Champaign

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Miga celebrates one year of worldly food in Champaign
“The food here has a lot of Asian flavors combined with French technique,” said Jennifer Kropfel, Miga’s general manager. The unique combination of flavors was created by executive chef Jae Jin Lee, who grew up in Boston and previously worked for …
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French supermarkets enter voluntary food waste agreement
Supermarkets in France have agreed to a voluntary commitment to preserve unsold food stocks and encourage its redistribution to community projects, after an emergency meeting yesterday (27 August). Under the commitment, stores over 400 square metres …
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This Vending Machine Dispenses Hot French Fries [PHOTOS + VIDEO]
Vending machines have gone far from its initial purpose, from dispensing chips and packaged food to canned soda and bottles of beverages. In fact, clothing apparel can now be bought through a vending machines, others slippers, while some offer shoes.
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