CPH Jazz Festival: Touching bass with local talent

Copenhagen double bassist and composer Klaus Nørgaard has recorded his two self-published albums, “Village Life” (2018) and “Clarinet” (2020), within a block radius of N inrrebro. These are, in many ways, hyper-local productions – very personal compositions produced in his own home and in a local wine bar. Nørgaard has also appeared on the albums’ Route One ‘(2009) by Søren ...

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Remember when? : Annual golf tournament honors Soyars, 45 participants

10 years ago Thursday, June 30, 2011 Commissioners vote to allow display of Utopia – The annual Utopia July 4 fireworks display will take place this year after all, following Monday’s vote by Uvalde County commissioners to exempt the event from restrictions created by a recent declaration of disaster. Milton Gobert, the licensed fireworks operator in charge, approached the commissioners ...

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Home Circuit Adds New File ~ Pokemon Millennium

These days, Velan Studios has introduced a major update with Nintendo Mario Kart Live: Home circuit, which comes with version 1.1.0. Is the main addition to the game Mario Cup, Which has three tracks and is included in other trophies in Grand Prix mode. Apart from that, the new map is now available “Super ageI ”with its matching horn; You ...

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Paul Butler | Careers and marriages that last

In August my wife and I were married for 27 years and my brother-in-law Richard has worked for his company for 27 years. Richard is also blessed with a good marriage. Looking at these two milestones, there are many similarities between a long marriage and a long career. Unfortunately, neither is more standard. Both require loyalty. Both require trust. Both ...

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Archaeologists find ancient Roman sarcophagus in England

Visitors to the English city of Bath may be familiar with the long history of Sydney Gardens, a lush space that has long been Jane Austen’s favorite destination. In 2019, a plan to renovate the gardens was announced. While these renovations were underway, a group of archaeologists discovered something unexpected on the ground – something reminiscent of a much older ...

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Hundreds of dead in US Pacific Northwest and British Columbia in “once in a millennium” heat wave

The current heat wave in western Canada and the US Pacific Northwest has been described as a “one-time-in-a-millennium” event, with temperatures in Portland, Oregon hitting 116 degrees Fahrenheit on Monday, Seattle, Washington reaching 108 degrees over the weekend, and 116 degrees in Vancouver, BC. A farm worker wipes sweat from his neck as he works Thursday, July 1, 2021, in ...

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Bobby Gillespie and Jehnny Beth, “Utopian Ashes”: review

Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie and Jehnny Beth make an odd couple – he’s prone to cowardly, decadent, drugged overtures as she screams in a primal way – and their differences become even more apparent on Utopian ashes, a kind of concept album they produced together on the preamble of a divorce between two lovers. And like any couple in ...

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Helping Chinatown Residents Take Charge of Their Well-Being

At the start of the pandemic, as researchers and health professionals scrambled to learn more about the new virus, non-scientists struggled to find clear and concise information. For many seniors in Boston’s Chinatown community, this difficulty was compounded by the language barrier. But the student volunteers in the Tufts Chinatown Wellness Initiative (TCWI) were ready to lend a hand. Already ...

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How the Via Emilia became the fastest road in the world

It is not “only” a thousand-year-old road created under the Roman Empire. The Via Emilia is much more. It is the homeland of Italian supercars, the speed capital of the world. This is where the Motor Valley is located, an area that is home to automotive royalty such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Dallara, Ducati and Pagani. The history of the ...

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