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 →

It’s that time of year again! The days are getting longer, the weather is warming up and the eternal debate is brewing: what will be the song of the summer? Last summer, a few songs stood out, like Olivia Rodrigo’s “good 4 u”, Justin Bieber’s “Peaches” and Doja Cat’s duetRead More →

When it comes to foodie books, we often think of cookbooks first, then perhaps culinary mysteries. But Jarrett Melendez’s Chef’s Kiss is not that. Instead, it’s a graphic novel that gives us a new adult story of discovery and self-discovery in the kitchen (and in life). There are so manyRead More →

Singer-songwriter Jessica Willis Fisher Credit: Sean Fisher With her melodious, expressive voice, eloquent lyrics, and dynamic arrangements (she plays the violin throughout the album), every track on her debut solo album is stunning, before the listener even knows her story. They are songs of hope, strength, renewal, overcoming and findingRead More →

IRVINE, CA (PRWEB) April 25, 2022 Darla Kim, a mother, grandmother, former missionary who served her church in twenty-five countries, and a tireless advocate whose vast knowledge of Deaf culture, American Sign Language, and the business of providing jobs and disability support services has fostered a record of exceptionalRead 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 →

The recent publication “Bound By Beauty” by Covenant Books author Ruby Blackburn is a collection of personal poems drawn from her own life experiences that depict a delicate balance between beauty and breaking. NEW YORK – April 19, 2022 – (Newswire.com) Ruby Blackburn, a Southern California native with a degreeRead More →

This is the web version of dot.LA’s daily newsletter. Sign up to receive the latest news on Southern California’s tech, startup and venture capital scene. The organizers of the music tech conference Musical tectonics have made the best of bad luck since the event kicked off in Los Angeles threeRead More →

Placeholder while loading article actions It took novelist Brian Morton decades to realize he didn’t always have to say yes to his mother. “It can take a great deal of life to learn that you don’t always have to be this good.” Welcome to “Tasha: Memoirs of a Son,” Morton’sRead More →

Monthly cash payments from the federal government last year may have helped some parents avoid taking out payday loans or selling their blood plasma to pay their bills. According to a new report released with the Brookings Institution’s Global Economy and Development Program by researchers from the Social Policy InstituteRead More →

SMI released the latest Competent Intelligence Market Research Report on Molar Bands MarketThe report aims to provide an in-depth and accurate analysis of the global Molar Bands market, taking into account market forecasts, competitive intelligence, technical risks, innovations and other relevant data. Its meticulously prepared market intelligence enables market playersRead More →

KATHMANDU, APRIL 9 Eklai Eklai, Ujjwal Prasai’s translation of We All in Our Own Lives by Manjushree Thapa in Nepali, was launched in the capital on April 8. According to Prasai, he wanted the title to be neither complex nor difficult; he wanted to capture the essence of Buddhism thatRead More →

Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria offers a comprehensive music program that provides students with a unique experience. The group is led by Melinda McKenzie Hall and Dan Kosko, who encourage anyone who played an instrument in college to join. The pep band and the jazz band are two additionalRead More →

Wedding rings can be simple and straightforward in their design, or quite the opposite. The market is full of refreshing, unique and interesting styles to reflect a minimalist look or make more of a statement. Some might prefer a sporty black titanium ring, while others opt for polished gold. DiamondsRead More →

Summer Walker, Chloe Bailey, Muni Long, Cordae and Jimmie Allen delivered rousing performances and groundbreaking rapper MC Lyte and singer-songwriter John Legend were honored at the Recording’s first-ever Black Music Collective ceremony. Academy Saturday night. “It’s been a long time coming, and I don’t feel good saying this,” Recording AcademyRead More →