Bath bands The Family Rain and The Bronze Medal among acts playing Moles

musicBath bands The Family Rain and The Bronze Medal among acts playing Moles
Consistently warm guitar sounds and textures also contribute to their signature ‘slow indie build’ – echoing shades of Explosions In The Sky colliding with the melancholic melodies of Death Cab For Cutie. Completing a top week for Bath-based talent at …
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Top female singers compete on TV
Top K-pop vocalists Gummy and Lena Park faced each other for the first time in an epic singing battle on Tuesday. JTBC’s “To You Project: In Search of Sugar Man” invited them on stage in front of an audience divided into four age groups — from teens …
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Appreciation: San Jose’s Scott Weiland was a powerful voice
The vocalist did some of the best work of his career with Velvet Revolver, especially on the 2004 debut “Contraband,” which went on to become a multiplatinum hit. Again, the critics weren’t always sold, noting that this act made up of former members of …
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Festivalgoers soak up art, ambiance, rain in Ocean Springs

trendFestivalgoers soak up art, ambiance, rain in Ocean Springs
About 150,000 people normally attend the festival, considered one of the premier arts and crafts fests in the nation. It’s held in honor of ceramist Peter Anderson, who founded Shearwater Pottery in 1928, and to celebrate the arts community. Tens of …
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Fall arts and crafts festival, plus more to do in Tubac
Art and history meet in Tubac, a former colonial town and now a distinctive shopping destination. Tubac Fall Arts and Crafts festival. Tubac is one of the top ten small art towns in the U.S. Start your holiday shopping at the Fall Arts and Crafts …

Home in Andover radiates charm of Arts and Crafts style
An enclosed porch with a beautiful bead-board ceiling is the introduction to this Arts and Crafts bungalow, where the design details that made this style popular have been carefully preserved, including a layout where you step from the porch directly …
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