College of Music concert series returns, featuring composers

For more than a decade, the College of Music has hosted the West Circle Series, concerts featuring artists from the university. The first concert in the series, “Lift Every Voice,” is scheduled for Monday, October 25 at 7:30 pm at the Fairchild Theater. “(Lift Every Voice) features music from under-represented …

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Province lifting capacity limits, distancing measures in restaurants, bars, casinos

The Ontario government announced that on Monday, October 25, capacity limits and distancing rules will be lifted in the majority of settings where proof of vaccination is required. These parameters include: Restaurants, bars and other catering establishments Indoor areas of sports and recreational facilities such as gymnasiums and where personal …

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The Silver Coin Vol. 1 is a perfectly haunting Halloween read

Michael Walsh is joined by top talent for The Silver Coin, a gruesome anthology series that haunts both the guilty and the innocent. Few things are so petrifying as a curse. Throughout history mankind has been horrified by the prospect of mystical objects dooming us to ruin. In the comics …

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The Bruce Museum appeals to Margarita Karasoulas as art curator

GREENWICH, CT—The Bruce Museum, a world-class community institution that promotes understanding and appreciation of art and science to enrich the lives of all, announces the appointment of Margarita Karasoulas as Art Curator. Coming from the Brooklyn Museum, where she has been Assistant Curator of American Art since 2017, Karasoulas will …

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Ideastream now operates Kent State’s public radio station WKSU

Kent State University’s public radio station WKSU has now been run for weeks by Cleveland-based classical music and news broadcaster Ideastream Public Media. Full implementation and other changes will remain for months and will include Ideastream’s move of WCLV’s classical music programming from 104.9 FM to 90.3 FM, which currently …

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The 5 Most Torn MMA Fighters Today

If only muscles could win fights, the world’s most heart-wrenched MMA fighters would never lose. Part of what makes MMA so fascinating to fans around the world is the diversity within the sport. With athletes from all seven continents chasing the same dream, different cultures, beliefs and beliefs are always …

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Dave Chappelle insulted a group that no one mentions

The long list of iconic black comics that have claimed gender non-conforming people or were themselves members of the LGBTQ community. Black comics have indeed peddled their fair share of nefarious stereotypes about LGBTQ people. Eddie Murphy, for example, sparked a slew of homophobic slurs in his early stand-up routines …

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Pick up a piece of digital art history with NFT Tech’s Uniswap List on October 21

NFT Tech’s Uniswap listing is due to launch on October 21. NFT watchers have watched the development of NFT Tech with great interest, and now that their market is successfully online, have high hopes for the token launch that is about to happen. What is NFT technology? NFT Tech is …

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Pianist Hélène Grimaud will open the Palm Beach symphonic season in November

On Sunday November 7 at 3 p.m., Palm Beach Symphony will open its 48th season at the Kravis Center with musical director Gerard Schwarz on the podium and virtuoso pianist Hélène Grimaud for Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor. “Hélène is one of the greatest pianists in the world today,” …

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Comics, novels and manga also have brilliant horror villains

Happy Nerdoween !!! This spooky season is a great time to celebrate some of our favorite horror icons. But while our minds often turn to scary movies and TV shows during this holy time, this year we are thinking outside the box. We’re looking for comics, manga, and books to …

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