Bear Shadow, the multi-day music festival returns to Highlands, NC, allowing everyone to enjoy live music once again! Scaly Mountain, United States – February 27, 2022 — Bear Shadow, the multi-day music festival returns to Highlands, NC, allowing everyone to enjoy live music once again! Article by Malika Bowling InRead More →

Kenneth Branagh’s ‘Belfast’ is everywhere by the minute, but there are dozens of great movies that have come from Northern Ireland over the years. Branagh says that as a child he experienced “20 seconds the world turned upside down”, which provided him with creative inspiration decades later. The award-winning actorRead More →

The biggest temptation that accompanies everyone in the music industry is the idea of ​​selling yourself. We all have to make a living at the end of the day, and sometimes it’s a little easier to make a name for yourself by simply following the trends rather than sticking toRead More →

One of Vermont’s most prolific singer-songwriters, Bow Thayer of Bethel, has released his 35th recording “The Book of Moss,” and like several he’s released in recent years, he explores a variety of subjects and musical styles that keep Thayer’s music fresh and enigmatic. On this 37-minute EP+ album, Thayer andRead More →

And with downbeat American indie band The National providing the showtunes, there’s no room for its cast to exercise their jazz hands. But Wright was probably deliberately provocative. He weaves achingly beautiful musical sequences into this mournful adaptation of Erica Schmidt’s off-Broadway musical. Its greatest asset is its leader. FantasyRead More →

Personalities from the world of music and entertainment have shared their reactions after Russian forces launched a military assault on Ukraine in the early hours of the morning (February 24). Ukraine has officially severed diplomatic ties with Russia and declared martial law after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an attackRead More →

The latest version of WMR titled Fetal Monitoring Bands Market Research Report 2022-2028 (by Product Type, End-User/Application and Regions/Countries) provides an in-depth assessment of Fetal Monitoring Tapes including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies, key players’ company profiles, and strategies. Global Fetal Monitoring Tapes Market ResearchRead More →

//= do_shortcode(‘[in-content-square]’) ?> Angela Hui and her book published by Trapeze Books A Welsh journalist wrote what was described as “an eye-opening memoir revealing the stories behind the life and running of a Chinese take-out restaurant”. Growing up in the South Wales Valleys, Angela Hui realized from an early ageRead More →

The BubbleRapApp is a children’s book to read in rhythm and in rhymes about sharing and caring BOLTON EAST, QUEBEC, CANADA, Feb. 16, 2022/ — Equation video: teaser (girl): teaser (Boy): The BubbleRapApp is a children’s book to read in rhythm and rhyme about sharing and caring. With that inRead More →

Onoleigh. Photo credit: Liesa Cole New Nashville singer Onoleigh chatted with Digital Journal’s Markos Papadatos about her new music. The latest release from Illinois native “Beautifully Broken” hits all streaming platforms on Friday, February 18. After moving to Nashville, you immediately started paying your dues singing in Broadway honky-tonks atRead More →

Here’s great news for fans of author Sarah J Maas! The internationally bestselling author’s highly anticipated book ‘House of Sky and Breath’, the second volume in the Crescent City series, is out today approximately two years after the release of the first book. Published by Bloomsbury India, the book followsRead More →

Maine boasts a low cost of living, affordable housing, and many working industries throughout the state. However, with an average state income of $56,000, Maine residents have lower incomes than the national average. This leaves many residents with unpaid bills waiting for payday. Don’t let a high energy bill orRead More →

The Industrial Rubber Tapes Market research report provides details about industry chain structure, market competition, market size and share, SWOT analysis, technology, cost, raw materials, consumer preferences, development and trends, regional forecast, company and profile and products and services. This report includes market size estimation for value (USD Million) andRead More →

Everyone knows the Vietnam War movie classics, like Rambo I: First Blood (1982), Full Metal Jacket (1987) or Apocalypse Now (1979). However, many will be surprised to find that none of these films were shot in the Asian country. Therefore, the following list contains five equally famous films that wereRead More →

Here’s what netizens had to say about popular bands BTS and Blackpink leading the music industry. Read on to learn more: ” class=”lazy img-responsive” data-src=” blackpink-run-the-industry-tap-to-read-920×518.jpg” width=”920″ height=”518″ alt=”Netizens are arguing if only bands like BTS and Blackpink run the industry, tap to read” /> The Kpop craze has spreadRead More →

Photographer John Balsom has released a new book Architecture + Beautya collection of personal projects combining interest in history, documentary and graphic forms. Balsom’s series is relatively disparate, ranging from images of diving boards in Australia, cadets on a USSR ship, to coverage of a multinational sporting event. • ReadRead More →

Below is a list of Atlanta’s top and leading bands. To help you find the best bands located near you in Atlanta, we’ve put together our own list based on this rating point list. Atlanta’s best bands: The top rated bands in Atlanta, GA are: 7 Sharp 9 – devotesRead More →

Click to enlarge The first African-American parachute unit shines in Jump into the fire. While feature films tend to grab headlines, the real cornucopia of cinematic offerings at a festival come from the short film showcases. This year’s SpIFF presents nine groups of short films – separated into various worldRead More →

SILVER CREEK, Ga., February 2, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Randall McCord, a writer with a forty-five year career in the logging industry, has completed his new book “Tales of Trade Winds, Beaches, and Blue Waters”: a compilation of over fifty interrelated stories during one man’s duty with the US Naval SecurityRead More →