E-40 performs at BottleRock Napa Valley at the Napa Valley Expo on May 26, 2018. Chloe Catajan/STAFF. While you’re reading this, assuming you’re reading this on Saturday, I’m at BottleRock Napa. I say. I keep giving up festival coverage because of my increasingly useless body form that crumbles faster thanRead More →

NORTHUMBERLAND – A booklet of commemorative postcards will be available for sale at Norry’s 250th birthday party. Margaret Weirick from Northumberland has collected 100 postcards from the borough’s history and created a 50-page booklet that will take readers on a tour of Northumberland. Four hundred copies of “Northumberland 1772-2022: 250Read More →

Placeholder while loading article actions When I was growing up, my father – always eager to teach his retarded son – regularly intoned the phrase, “I’ll only pass this way once.” Since Dad wasn’t one to care about anyone outside of our extended family, he never quoted the rest ofRead More →

HBO Sports, NFL Films and the Arizona Cardinals join forces for in-season blowouts: THE ARIZONA CARDINALS Primetime Multi-Episode Edition Returns for a Second Season Television’s most acclaimed sports reality franchise, HARD KNOCKS, which expanded its programming platform last fall with theRead More →

Pierre Orner. Catapult, $26 (320p) ISBN 978-1-64622-136-3 Pushcart Prize-winning fiction writer Orner (Maggie Brown and others) brings his lyrical, mosaic style to the story of his own life in this beautiful and contemplative memoir. Blending photographs, family lore, speculation and literary musings, Orner’s non-linear narrative weaves through elliptical reflections andRead More →

A new exhibit from the Michigan State University Museum features artwork created by members of the Waganakising Odawa, known today as the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians. The exhibition entitled “Kindred” showcases Odawa arts and crafts. This includes ceramics, basketwork and beadwork. Liz Erlewine, one of the exhibit’sRead More →

(Amy Leonard for The Cullman Tribune) CULLMAN, Alabama – The Cullman High School Band performed their annual spring concert Thursday night at Cullman High School. In a packed auditorium, the band, symphony orchestra and jazz orchestra played musical selections to their families, friends and community members. “We’re happy to beRead More →

The 41st Annual Pork and Bands was a resounding success on Saturday night. The annual fundraiser drew a large crowd of people ready to enjoy the live music and great food provided by High Roller BBQ. There were many different performances showcasing the talent and hard work of the WinterRead More →

Often it seems that with spiritual music the artist goes either one hundred percent electronic or one hundred percent analog, forgetting that these types of sounds can work together. More and more producers and artists are working to merge the two musical worlds, like Bjork, companies like Nu Meditation MusicRead More →

Indian cinema has played a major role in the global entertainment industry for over fifty years. In many ways, he pioneered a distinctly Indian style and captured the imagination of people around the world. However, over the past decade, Indian cinema has taken an interesting turn; many quirky films beganRead More →

Monday, May 2, 2022, 9:19 a.m.Press Release: Auckland Unlimited There are now 10,000 more reasons to book a night in Tāmaki Makaurau, with everything from 4-5 star downtown hotels to highly rated beachfront stays highlighted in the latest campaign to lure visitors to Aotearoa and encourage Aucklanders to ‘staycation’ thisRead More →