Heavenly music at a divine price! The Campbell Brothers play ‘Sacred Steel’ in Flushing

Heavenly music at a divine price! The Campbell Brothers play ‘Sacred Steel’ in Flushing
It’s a family affair…with a very talented family…and a nice price. The Campbell Brothers — the world’s biggest purveyor of a fiery genre that is completely American, supremely spiritual, and absolutely rocking — will perform at Flushing Town …
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5 concerts to look forward to at Fort Collins’ newest music venue, Washington’s, this year
Sporting 5 albums since their 2011 self-titled EP, The Oh Hellos are a Texas-based folk rock band consisting of siblings Maggie and Tyler Heath. If you decide to see them at the Washington’s this March, expect to hear some nice, laid back folk jams from …
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THERAPEUTIC SOUNDS: Harpist’s calming music soothes patients
There’s something about the almost magical strains of a well-tuned harp. She can’t put her finger on all the reasons, but soon-to-be certified therapeutic harpist Donell Archer frequently sees the music’s effects in her work as an intern at Green Valley …
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Pope Francis suggests Divine Comedy as vital reading for Year of Mercy

trendPope Francis suggests Divine Comedy as vital reading for Year of Mercy
Dante’s Divine Comedy is more than a literary masterpiece, it is an invitation “to rediscover the lost or obscured meaning of our human path and to hope to see again the glowing horizon on which the dignity of the human person shines in its fullness …
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E! orders Jillian Michaels docu-series, comedy series produced by Joel McHale
E! just announced a slate of new programming, ordering a docu-series starring The Biggest Loser’s Jillian Michaels and a comedy series executive produced by The Soup host Joel McHale. The network is also in the process of developing five …
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Fonda, Tomlin Play It ‘Fierce’ in Comedy ‘Grace and Frankie’
Age rarely catches a break in pop culture. But when Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin lend their outsized talents to a sitcom, expect something far removed from old-lady cliches and self-negating punchlines. “Grace and Frankie,” the 13-episode Netflix comedy …
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