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Don’t feel alone if you need quick money but aren’t sure where to turn. It’s a prevalent issue that affects a lot of Americans. You may have seen $255 payday loans online while looking for financial assistance. While they seem like an excellent alternative, you’re concerned about the hefty interest …

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The Ultimate Guide to Payday Loan Consolidation

Have you ever felt like you just can’t win? You’re not alone. Many people think that they never have enough money, and it’s time to stop feeling sorry for themselves!  If you want to improve your financial situation, then the best thing that you can do is consolidate your payday …

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San Francisco 49ers defeat Arizona Cardinals in Mexico City at Aztec Stadium

The flags of Mexico and the United States were displayed during pre-game festivities between the 49ers and the Cardinals on Monday at Estadio Azteca. This game was the fifth NFL game hosted in Mexico and was the rematch of the league’s first regular season game hosted outside of the United …

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FIFA World Cup songs and anthems from 1990 to 2022

The World Cup for Soccer was inaugurated in 1930. There have been theme songs over the years for the World Cup since 1962, but the world governing body, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), began to adopt songs as soundtracks official world tournament soundtracks from 1990. The official soundtracks …

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Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Calls On Metallica To “Step Up” For Another Big 4 Show

Dave Mustaine thinks it’s time for Metallica to “step up” and hold another Big Four concert. In the same interview where he said “everybody’s laughing at the drums” in Metallica, the Megadeth frontman called on his former bandmates to host another event with fellow thrash titans Anthrax and Slayer, this …

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Liam Gallagher Criticized For Singing Oasis Songs On Mexico City Show – See His Shocking Response Here

Liam Gallagher’s past relationship with the members of Oasis hasn’t stopped him from singing his songs with the band. Mexico hosted Gallagher days before his November 19 show at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez. Viewers received the best setlist from him as he performed 10 Oasis songs out of a total of …

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Yellowstone Soundtrack Playlist on Spotify: Every Song

Creator Taylor Sheridan regularly features staples from Texas Country, Red Dirt and Americana on the hit show. FORT WORTH, Texas — Whether you like Yellowstone or not, it’s hard to deny one thing: The show’s music selection is top-notch. Creator Taylor Sheridan regularly features Texas Country, Red Dirt and Americana …

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A man was kicked and spat at a Laredo police officer

A man has landed behind bars for spitting at a Laredo police officer and kicking him in the left forearm, according to an arrest affidavit. Luis Miguel Treviño, 56, was arrested and charged with assaulting a peace officer, harassing a public official and resisting arrest. At approximately 12:05 a.m. on …

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How Black Eyed Peas’ Taboo Helps Her 4 Children Learn About Their Multicultural Heritage

Taboo hopes that through her activism and work, her children can learn more about their multicultural heritage. The Black Eyed Peas singer – whose first name is Jaime Luis Gomez – is of Mexican and Native American descent, while his wife, Jaymie Gomez, is Filipino. Taboo is the father of …

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Who is performing at the 2022 Latin Grammy Awards? Chiquis, Jesse & Joy, Marco Antonio Solis

The 23rd Latin Grammy Awards take place on Thursday, November 17 and will bring together the great and the good for a ceremony in Las Vegas. bad bunny racked up the most nominations with a very impressive 10 nominations across multiple categories. He is closely followed by Edgar Barrera which …

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University of Musical Theater kicks off 10th year with “Sunset Boulevard”

Celebrates its 10th anniversary in the Coachella Valley, David Green’s Musical Theater University (MTU) is more than ready for its close-up. The company will open its 2022-23 season with “Sunset Boulevard,” the Tony Award-winning musical based on the iconic film of the same name. A tale of faded stardom and …

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The 28th Mariachi Extravaganza kicks off this week in San Antonio

On a recent afternoon, Osvaldo Chacon, a 21-year-old senior from the University of Texas at San Antonio, picked up his classical guitar and sang a melodic song by famed Mexican singer Luis Miguel. Eres mi bien, lo que tiene me ecstatic Why deny that I’m in love with you? ¿Por …

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🌱 Holiday-themed events hit Tampa Bay + HART layoffs after tax defeat

Hello everyone. It’s me, Carlos Hernandez, your Tampa Daily host – here to explain all the biggest things happening in town these days. Today’s issue includes news on… 🎞️ Tampa’s Historic Theater is bringing movies back to Curtis Hixon Park in downtown Tampa this holiday season. 🎅 “Miracle” vacation-themed pop-up …

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Joni Mitchell teases new Newport Fest performance album

Joni Mitchell. Photo: Douglas Mason/Getty Images If you’re one of the millions of Joni Mitchell fans who missed her Newport Folk Festival comeback gig (and couldn’t afford tickets to her Gorge show next year), there’s good news: you may still be able to listen to this. While speaking with none …

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Beth speaks for herself: Fall Festival of Music in Las Vegas | Community

Friday, November 11 at 7:30 p.m., NMHU Music presents “Una Serenata de Canciones”. We are delighted to welcome three talented musicians: Dr. Kathleen Wilson, soprano; Dr. André García-Nuthmann, tenor; and Dr. Jessie Wenchieh Lo, pianist. They will perform a selection of vocal solos and duets as well as piano solos. …

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Documentary by Christina Aguilera in the works of Time Studios, Roc Nation – Deadline

ting-poo (Val) has been chosen to direct a new documentary about the pop superstar Christina Aguilera for Time Studios and Roc Nation. The film about Aguilera will provide unprecedented access to the story of his life, opening up his personal archives for a look at the past and present, from …

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Tampa Am Nights Include Friday Psych-Rock Concert and Art Exhibit Opening | Show Previews | Tampa

Click to enlarge Photo via moldmusic/Facebook Mold Skatepark of Tampa’s Tampa Am returns this weekend and, as usual, organizers have planned unique art activations around one of the most famous amateur skateboarding competitions in the country. The Bricks in Ybor City is ground zero for those activities on Friday November …

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Venezuela national basketball team can’t enter Canada: report

Later this week, Canada’s National Men’s Basketball Team is scheduled to play Edmonton at home in a two-game set. But via Venezuelan journalist Luis Miguel Núñez, it looks like one of Canada’s opponents is struggling to fly north. Canada will host Venezuela and Panama later this week in a series …

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Downtown Mountain View impresses the Times

MOUNTAIN VIEW – Rarely, if ever, does the New York Times mention a small town in Arkansas – let alone mention it in the same breath as a metropolis like Chicago or Seattle. But Mountain View earned that accolade nine days ago. In a special 48-page tabloid section titled “Meet …

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Did Milwaukee Brewers and Bernie Tease American Family Show Field Pink?

Bernie Brewer has a question for Pink: “PINK Will You Dance With Me?” The beloved Brewers mascot tweeted a photo of him holding a sign with that question to the pop superstar on Saturday. The question is a play on Pink’s new single, “Never Gonna Not Dance Again.” Milwaukee Brewers …

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5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (November 5) – Billboard

From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Billboard editors highlight the latest buzz in Latin music news every week. Here’s what’s been happening in the Latin music world this week. Explore See the latest videos, graphics and news See the latest videos, graphics and news …

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The best TV shows from Latino and Latino creators on Disney+

The only thing better than TV is… nothing. TV rules! And more TV series created by underrepresented populations is even better. Thanks to the decades-long success of Disney Channel Latin America, the Argentinian producer’s incredible career Victoria Alonso (an executive producer for all your favorite Marvel properties, including the Marvel …

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25th anniversary of the “Lion King” on Broadway: Cue the tears

Comment this story Comment NEW YORK — As the actor who played Mufasa sang on stage, the little girl next to me patted my forearm. “It’s from the second movie,” she whispered, with the expert knowledge of an expert who had watched every incarnation of The Lion King, live, on …

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Guitar Heroes Lead Metro Area Music Weekend – Daily Tribune

If you’re a hero guitar fan, it’s a good weekend to be in the metro area, with these four string benders mixing blues and rock at local venues… • British expat Joanne Shaw Taylor, who has spent more than a decade living in the Detroit metro area, celebrates her new …

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Live at Linda: “518 Jazz”

Rock plays three chords for 10,000 people and jazz plays 10,000 chords for three people. Sid Caesar on Your Show Show said, “Jazz is the sound of the wind in a storm, Jazz is a wild wave crashing against the shore, Jazz is a mountain, Jazz is a swaying desert …

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Luis Miguel, very affectionate with a woman in Miami and it’s not Paloma Cuevas

The relationship between El Sol de México and the ex of Henry Ponce It’s a mystery that went from a “meeting with friends” to a wedding engagement without either of them confirming or denying anything. Now the Latin media claim that they belong to history, because Luis Miguel returned to …

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New Elton John musical Tammy Faye Bakker underway in London

Andrew Rannells as Jim Baker and Katie Brayben as the title role in ‘Tammy Faye’, the new musical which debuted in London in October. Elton John wrote the music for the show. Marc Brenner Tammy Faye Bakker’s revival shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, it was none other …

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The Carlsbad Music Festival begins playing a new track after the departure of founder Matt McBane

For music aficionados in San Diego who thought something was missing this summer, the three-day Carlsbad Music Festival has been rescheduled from its usual August timeslot into the fall. The festival’s founder and artistic director, Matt McBane, will also be absent when it returns on Saturday as a slimmed-down one-day …

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What happened to pro Val Chmerkovskiy? Dancer will miss Dancing With The Stars (DWTS) season 31 Halloween episode

Dance pro Valentin Chmerkovskiy, also known as Val, will not be able to perform on Monday’s live episode of Dancing with the stars. The world Latin dance champion revealed in an Instagram video on Friday October 28 that he had tested positive for Covid. He shared that his dance partner …

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We set up a record company to learn more about the music business: Planet Money: NPR

Earlier this year, a musician named Kinny Landrum sent Silver Planet an e-mail, and he made an unusual proposal. In the 1970s, Kinny explained, he was the keyboard player in an instrumental funk band called Sugar Daddy and the Gumbo Roux. It was the height of the “stagflation” era, when …

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Club Tempo Celebrates Queer Los Angeles Vaqueros

A beige tejana sits atop Antonio Rodriguez’s freshly dyed icy blonde hair. This is the last piece of her look. He wears a silver chain necklace, a slightly unbuttoned floral shirt, and white skinny pants. A brown leather belt wraps around her waist with a shiny buckle; his black boots …

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VSU opens dramatic bluegrass musical

October 25 – VALDOSTA – “If you knew my story / My heaven and my hell / If you knew my story / You would have a good story to tell.” Mia Washington glides confidently across the stage at the Sawyer Theater as Alice Murphy sings the lyrics to “If …

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A Graduate Student’s Guide to Group Fitness

When I told professors, friends, and colleagues that I was going to graduate school, I received an abundance of comments warning me that graduate school would be the most unhealthy time of my life. Knowledge is power, and armed with these warnings, I was inspired to try exercising regularly for …

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San Francisco Music, Art Show raises awareness and funds Ukraine – NBC Bay Area

On Saturday night at Webster Hall in San Francisco, members of the community gathered to experience Ukrainian culture and to show support for Ukrainians still suffering from Russian attacks. In the Pacific Heights Event Hall, San Franciscans heard a singer perform a Ukrainian folk song. They also heard many reminders …

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It’s official: Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard take on the global Stadium Tour in 2023

The rumors are true: Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe are taking the massively successful World Stadium Tour with a recently announced co-headlining race, dubbed “The World Tour”, in 2023. The outing, which will debut February 18 in Mexico City, is produced by Live Nation. It ends on July 16 in …

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New pop-up Latin American food business opens in former Atrium Café

Grandma’s Kitchen is just one order away at a new pop-up catering business in the former Atrium Café. Heather Fagan opened Doña Marina’s, which serves Latin American cuisine, at the Port Huron location at 1519 Military St. Thursday. Fagan said she hopes the business will be open for takeout orders …

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Reviews | Give my scorn to the ‘trigger warnings’ of overdone Broadway theater

Comment this story Comment Richard Zoglin is a New York-based writer and critic. Broadway theater is finally back to something close to normal. No more pandemic-era queues outside theater to show proof of vaccination; more mask requirements (although many members of the cautious, mostly older Broadway crowd still wear them); …

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‘BUM FARTO, THE MUSIC’ BLENDS LOCAL HISTORY AND LATIN DANCE

By Amy Patton He’s a character you’ll love to hate and hate to love. I’m talking about the true saga of Joseph “Bum” Farto, the 1970s Key West fire chief whose sideways hustle – along with a handful of city officials – seemed to allow the unfettered flow of cocaine …

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Becky G says that by collaborating with Karol G, Natti Natasha can change the industry

Becky G was only 14 when she signed her first recording contract. More than a decade later, she told TODAY that she can still “live (her) dream every day.” The 25-year-old singer — born Rebbeca Marie Gomez — attributes his longevity in part to his authenticity and loyalty to his …

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MCCC – Kelsey Theater Announces Musical “Something Rotten!” 21st of October

Windsor West – Maurer Productions OnStage is pleased to present the hilarious Shakespeare-inspired musical “Something Rotten!” at Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theater. The show runs from October 21 to October 30 with a streaming option from October 28 to 30. “Audiences are sure to roll down the aisles,” said …

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10 Gael Garcia Bernal Performances To Watch After “Werewolf By Night”

Marvel Cinematic Universethe first special presentation of night werewolf was a breath of fresh air for the 14-year-old franchise. Produced by the composer Michael Giacchino, the black-and-white film follows Jack Russell who is invited to a mysterious cabal to hunt a monster and wield Bloodstone. Not only does this add …

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On “On Your Feet!”, the beat will take you to Paper Mill Playhouse

The Company of On Your Feet! at Paper Mill Playhouse © Jeremy Daniel Yajaira Paredes and Olivia Andrade-Marin in On Your Feet! at Paper Mill Playhouse © Daniel Rader Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn opened its 2022-2023 season with a rousing and energetic production of On your feet!, the musical …

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Musical performance shining the spotlight on homelessness in Torbay

A cast of around 100 are set to take the stage for their third ‘Big Homeless Musical’ – raising money for work with ex-homeless and recovering communities in Torbay. The benefit variety show at the Princess Theater in Torquay is staged by award-winning theater company Unleashed. Unleashed works closely with …

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New Plymouth singer-songwriter Lauren Nottingham (Frauz Knotz) releases her first song

Lauren Knottingham (Frau Knotz) released her single Supernova in September. Photo/ Provided Being stuck in a foreign country during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic was the inspiration for a Taranaki artist’s first song. New Plymouth singer-songwriter Frau Knotz (Lauren Nottingham) released her new single Supernova in September and says it’s a …

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Fernando Hierro, on the way to becoming sporting director of Chivas

After the departure of Ricardo Pelaez as sports director Chivas, the list of possible replacements continues to grow. Earlier this week, the likes of Álvaro Dávila, Luis Miguel Salvador, Guillermo Cantú, Duilio Davino and Gerardo Terrado were all linked to the job with the latest person linked to the role …

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Julio Iglesias Jr. talks about his single Stevie Wonder medley with Brian McKnight

Julio Iglesias Jr. Photo credit: Jesus Cordero Julio Iglesias Jr. talked about his new music, which included a mix of Stevie Wonder (featuring Brian McKnight) which was released today. On October 14, Julio Iglesias, Jr. will release his latest single “Overjoyed/I Just Called to Say I Love You/Isn’t She Lovely”, …

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Musicians Get A Chance To Get It Right On Music Reality Show ‘Take 1’

Producer Kim Hak-min, center, and K-pop duo Lee Chan-hyuk and Lee Soo-hyun on his left and right pose for a photo during the show’s local press event Netflix Korea’s original musical reality show “Take 1” at the Seongsu Branch Megabox in eastern Seoul on Thursday. [NEWS1] If an artist only …

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Voiceover Actor, Singer Shares His Audio at Crossroads and Beyond | New

CUERO — In a tiny closet of an old Cuero home, the voice of Catt Wolf recites lines for commercials advertising all manner of products and locations: the taste of Gentleman Jack whiskey, the serenity of a seaside resort in the ‘Western Canada and the scent of a perfume. Wolf …

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Maluma Captures No. 22 Latin Airplay No. 1 With ‘Junio’ – Billboard

Maluma celebrates his first No. 1 debut in almost six years Billboard‘s Latin Airplay chart with “Junio” coming to the top of the chart dated October 15. While he has scored 22 champions, he last debuted at No. 1 thanks to his starring role in Shakira’s “Chantaje” in November 2016. …

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Luis Miguel’s ex attacks Paloma Cuevas: “They left you because they couldn’t stand you”

Is called mercedes villador and became the shoe china of dove caves. The Argentinian model who had a relationship with Luis Miguel Until a few months ago, he charged the ex with Henry Ponce via social networks: “Ma’am, they left you because they couldn’t stand you anymore.” To read also: …

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On ‘¡Ay!’, Lucrecia Dalt’s tropical childhood music becomes avant-garde sci-fi: NPR

Lucrecia Dalt has become one of modern music’s most fascinating chameleons. Pedro Nekoi for NPR hide caption toggle caption Pedro Nekoi for NPR Lucrecia Dalt has become one of modern music’s most fascinating chameleons. Pedro Nekoi for NPR To celebrate Latinx Heritage Month, NPR Music is highlighting a series of …

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Latina country singer reunites with musicians from Virginia

HARRISONBURG, Va. — On a dewy morning, a clear, confident voice echoed softly over James Madison University’s gleaming quad, accompanied by the deft strumming of a guitar. Rays of morning light streamed through senior Caitlin Fernandez’s thick, black, curly hair, her broken cowboy boots and her crisp white Dolly Parton …

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$100M Latino Reveals What Led Him To Buy The NASCAR Team From Rival Michael Jordan And Rick Hendrick

Over the past few years, NASCAR’s global attraction and fan base has grown exponentially. By extension, it attracted the interest of investors such as Michael Jordan and Rick Hendrick. ADVERTISING The article continues below this ad There are a number of famous investors in NASCAR right now. In 2020, Michael …

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‘Tick, tick…BOOM!’ musical on stage at the Phoenix Theater in Indianapolis – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — They’re rising stars who have starred in dozens of productions in Indianapolis and across the country, and now they’re tackling a musical called “Tick, Tick…Boom!” It runs at the Phoenix Theater until October 30. Ticket prices start at $15. Patrick Dinnsen, who plays Jon, and Gabriela Gomez, …

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San Antonio hasn’t forgotten Tomás Rivera’s classic, ‘…Y No Se Lo Tragó La Tierra’

SAN ANTONIO — One of the many tragedies surrounding Tomás Rivera’s life is that his seminal work, “…Y No Se Lo Tragó La Tierra,” faded away. It is too rarely assigned as required reading, too rarely mentioned among the classics of Chicano literature. Rivera, whose name remains on university buildings …

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City Springs Theater presents “In the Heights” by Lin-Manuel Miranda | Community

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Early Music Census Results Show Changing Landscape for Austin Creatives

Wednesday, October 5, 2022 by Chad Swiatecki Early results from a recent census of Austin’s music community show some improvements in the state of local creatives, though there are still areas of concern for music stakeholders. At Monday’s Music Commission meeting, a presentation from Sound Music Cities founder Don Pitts …

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BIPOC artists to discover at ACL – The Daily Texan

As this year’s ACL festival gears up, a slew of musicians will flock to Austin ready to give festival-goers an unforgettable show. This year’s festival features a huge lineup of diverse performers from across the country. While festival-goers may be familiar with famous musicians of color such as SZA, Lil …

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Hauser: 2CELLOS star drops new solo dance album and world tour dates

HAUSER (Photo credit: Press) Critically acclaimed Croatian cellist and founding member of 2CELLOS, Stjepan Hauser, has released a new solo dance album titled THE PLAYER. HAUSER brings his dazzling virtuosity to the world of Latin pop and jazz, unveiling new dimensions of the extraordinary musicality he first displayed as part …

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2022 Fall Music Shows and Concerts | Fall Arts Preview | Hudson Valley

Boston Typewriter Orchestra | October 1st Click to enlarge The Boston Typewriter Orchestra takes over TurnPark on October 1 “The band started after we heard that a friend of ours had unsuccessfully tried to pick up a lady at a bar with the dodgy line ‘I play in the Boston …

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Paloma Cuevas and Luis Miguel are getting married, according to a Mexican journalist: “He already gave her the ring”

Habemus wedding in a few months. And all the way up! This is how he assures Gustavo Adolfo Infanta well-known journalist from Mexico: “There have been a lot of rumors lately, I can confirm that this week Luis Miguel gave the engagement ring to dove caves“He said this Friday on …

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Tales from the City: The Many Acts of Suzanne Vega | Music

details ▼ Suzanne Vega: An Intimate Evening of Songs and Stories ▼ Presented by AMP Concerts ▼ 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4 ▼ St. Francis Auditorium, Museum of New Mexico Art, 107 W. Palace Ave. ▼ Tickets $30 to $41; an additional $150 for a VIP experience; 505-476-5072, ampconcerts.org, nmartmuseum.org …

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Christina Aguilera honored at Billboard Latin Music Awards for her humanitarian work

Christina Aguilera not only has the voice of a generation, she also gives back to her community. The singer and former “The Voice” trainer received the Spirit of Hope Award during the 2022 Billboard Latin Music Awards live stream on Sept. 29 from the Watsco Center in Miami, Florida. Ozuna …

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DiFranco kicks off tour with NLR solo show

Singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco kicks off her new tour with a solo show in North Little Rock on Friday. “It’s really exciting because I don’t do it so much anymore, I just stand and deliver without my rhythm section,” she says from her home in New Orleans. “I can’t wait to …

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Oscar De La Hoya’s Net Worth (2022 Update)

What is Oscar De La Hoya’s net worth? Net value : $200 million Age: 49 Born: February 4, 1973 Genre: Man Height: 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in) Native country: the United States of America Wealth source: professional boxer Last update: August 2, 2022 Introduction Oscar De La Hoya is …

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‘Money Heist’ star Alvaro Morte to star in ‘Talkies,’ from ‘Luis Miguel’ producer Gato Grande (EXCLUSIVE)

“Money Heist” star Alvaro Morte is attached to star “Talkies,” from “Luis Miguel” producer Gato Grande, which will be featured at Iberseries’ first co-production and funding forum on September 28. “Talkies” covers the period between 1930 and 1934, an unusual time when the foreign language versions were shot on the …

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Find out which West End alums will star at Emojiland’s London concert

London News Find out which West End alums will be the stars of the London concert Emojiland The Garrick Theater will present a one-night concert-only version of the show in October. Emojiland The Musical Original Cast Recording”/> Emojiland the Musical Original cast recording Broadway Records Keith Harrison Dworkin and Laura …

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Flourishing this fall: the UCI arts | UCI News

After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UCI once again held its popular New Swan Shakespeare Festival on campus this summer. With the curtain now closed, the Claire Trevor School of the Arts announces its Fall 2022 season, which includes some of its boldest and most ambitious …

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Monroe County man charged with rape and assault – WSOC TV

MONORE, NC — A man has been charged with first-degree rape in Monroe County after a thorough investigation, the Monroe Police Department said. Luis Miguel Vail-Lopez, 20, has been charged with first degree rape, kidnapping, assault by strangulation and interference with emergency communications. Authorities say the rape happened on September …

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How Latin Grammy-nominated Brazilian artist Gabeu turns sertanejo into queernejo : NPR

In his strange reworking of sertanejoGabeu turns the image of the macho cowboy on his head. Pedro Nekoi for NPR hide caption toggle caption Pedro Nekoi for NPR In his strange reworking of sertanejoGabeu turns the image of the macho cowboy on his head. Pedro Nekoi for NPR To celebrate …

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Nancy Pelosi booed in surprise NYC music festival appearance, videos appear to show

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Attendees at a music festival in New York on Saturday night appeared to boo Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi after she made a surprise appearance at the event. Pelosi, dressed in a white pantsuit with a matching scarf, took to the …

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Restaurant creativity amid post-pandemic jitters and inflation

Explosions of chef creativity in the age of pandemic and inflation, Chicago’s misunderstood Italian beef and “The Bear” effect. Here, with this week’s tasting notes, I’m Laurie Ochoa, General Manager of LA Times Food, replacing Bill Addison, who is hard at work on this year’s 101 Best Restaurants list. Creative …

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Rising Latin Artist – Billboard

When Lili Zetina was a little girl, she used to pretend that the sheep she fed on her family’s humble ranch were an audience, and she put on a show for them. Her first memories of having felt this desire to sing date back to the age of 3, when …

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Broadway in Chicago presented the ‘Anastasia’ tour, a majestic and magical musical – Chicago Tribune

I remember back in 1997, eyebrows were raised when 20th Century Fox Studios announced that Angela Lansbury would lend her voice as one of the main voice cast characters for the animated feature ” Anastasia”. Lansbury, supplying his pipes to Maria Feodorovna Romanov, the Dowager Empress, joined other star talents, …

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John Legend blocks Blake Shelton from country singer

Camila Cabello keeps killing it in her coaching gig on “The Voice.” During the second half of the show’s Season 22 premiere on Tuesday night, Cabello managed to catch Reina Ley, a precocious 13-year-old mariachi singer from Arizona. Ley’s robust performance of the Mexican standard “Cielito Lindo” won the hearts …

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how Latin America’s top female chef is prioritizing work-life balance and a new ‘mature’ cuisine

Brazilian chef Manoella ‘Manu’ Buffara has redefined her priorities, adapting her namesake restaurant to improve her team’s well-being. Newly Announced Latin America’s Best Female Chef 2022 Recipient Talks Mental Health, Giving Back and Her More Vegan Menu “Restaurants are built on people, not workers,” says Manu Buffara, chef-owner of Manu …

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GOLDSTEIN: PM slammed for ‘deaf’ musical performance

Breadcrumb Links Columnists Publication date : September 19, 2022 • 1 hour ago • 3 minute read • 58 comments A short video posted on YouTube shows Prime Minister Justin Trudeau singing in the lobby of a British hotel on Saturday during the Queen’s mourning period. Toronto Sun Content of …

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September 19, Unabomber manifesto in print

Today in History Today is Monday, September 19, the 262nd day of 2022. There are 103 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On September 19, 1995, The New York Times and The Washington Post published Unabomber Ted Kaczynski’s (kah-ZIHN’-skee) manifesto, which proved instrumental in identifying and …

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The high school musical star doesn’t know what Disney is paying her

High School Musical: The Musical: Series star Joshua Bassett isn’t sure what Disney is paying him for the show — and he prefers it that way. High School Musical: The Musical: The Series star Joshua Bassett reveals he doesn’t know how much Disney is paying him. Although it doesn’t have …

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A street in Los Angeles renamed in honor of the famous Mexican singer Vicente Fernández

Mexican pageantry and pride were on display at Mariachi Plaza on Friday to honor an iconic Mexican singer on Mexico’s Independence Day. Hundreds of people gathered to remember the life of Vicente Fernández, an icon of Mexican music and culture. “We are here because of our heritage. I want to …

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The Mars Volta Keeps Fans Guessing On A Super Slinky Comeback Album

Never underestimate The Mars Volta’s ability to surprise even their most ardent fans. Going back to the early days of their first band, At The Drive-In, Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodríguez-López were musical chameleons, metamorphosing from the crafty, furious hardcore punk of this outfit to make way for explosion. of …

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Launch of the “Women in Music” series – The Bradley Scout

Photo via Kaitlyn Walls The first of the “Women in Music” concert series, created by alumnus Jerry Kolb in honor of his mother, former Bradley teacher Doris K. Kolb, was held at Bradley’s Dingledine Music Center on September 9. The concert featured two folk-pop bands – The Crane Wives as …

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Laura Hall from the line of Who Directs the Musical Improv Show

**Events may have been canceled or postponed. Please contact the venue to confirm the event. Date and hour Sun 18 Sep 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Address (map) 4916 Carpinteria Ave, Carpinteria CA 93013 Whose Line Musical Director, Laura Hall, and her husband, Rick Hall (The Second City, Curb Your …

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Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month: Tunes to Celebrate | Culture

Myra Bari, cultural editor Song: Matando by Tei Shi Just to be clear – if Tei Shi has no fans, I’m dead. Her 2019 album “La Linda” has a special place in my heart; I have replayed it countless times. “Matando” is a rowdy gem, a smooth and sexy reggae-inspired …

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The opera Mariachi chronicles the life of Mexican workers in the 1950s

Oxnard’s ÁNIMO theater company transports audiences to the 1950s to remember Mexican laborers who sought work in the United States under the federal bracero program. Using mariachi music and Folklorico dance routines, “El Bracero – A Mariachi Opera”, depicts the life and struggles of Noe and other workers in a …

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ESPN signs Luis Miguel Echegaray for multilingual, multi-sport role

One of the often-cited characteristics of ESPN talent moves recently is “versatility,” with the network valuing people who can contribute multiple types of TV shows, and sometimes audio and/or written content as well. New recruit Luis Miguel Echegaray certainly brings that, and he also adds the dimension of being able …

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Toyota Center will host “Peppa Pig’s Adventure!” in December

September 12, 2022 3:16 p.m. Job : September 12, 2022 3:16 p.m. KENNEWICK, Wash. – Coming soon to the Toyota Center in Kennewick, “Peppa Pig’s Adventure!” will provide a live music experience that is sure to excite the kid in your life. According to an announcement from Toyota Center, the …

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Asian American Resource Center welcomes students from all walks of life | Way of life

From live musical performances and spoken word poetry to food and club attendance, the American Asia-Pacific Resource Center, also known as APARC, has brought the student community together through its welcome event. The welcome event, APISAA Take-Off, was held on Wednesday, September 7 at the Becker Amphitheater to give exposure …

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LATENIGHTJIGGY releases cute video for single “What More”

LATENIGHTJIGGY (Robert Goodwin) is a Trinidadian-American singer-songwriter, musician, and producer from Gaithersburg, MD. Not so long ago he released a nice music video for his “What else” single, produced by Chooky. LATENIGHTJIGGY – “What More” Video “A thought of you hits me at least once a day. I know your …

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The musical Matilda breaks a three-year pandemic drought for Showbiz theater

Provided The Showbiz production of Matilda opens in Christchurch next week and marks the end of a three-year drought. Christchurch theater company Showbiz will lift the curtain this week on its first show in three years, after the pandemic led to the cancellation and postponement of a series of productions. …

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11 Fun Things to Expect at the 2022 Oklahoma State Fair

Whether you want to partake in extravagant fries, country music concerts, or gravity-defying thrill rides, the Oklahoma State Fair is back with its fall abundance of familiar favorites and new attractions. The Oklahoma State Fair, one of the state’s largest annual events, takes place September 15-25 at the OKC Fairgrounds. …

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‘Taste of Latin America’ returns to Portland Mercado « East PDX News

You can’t taste it, but you can see the fun that happens at this festival… ‘Taste of Latin America’ celebration draws people from miles around to dine at the Portland Mercado. History and Photos of David F. Ashton The Portland Mercado was even busier than usual on Saturday, August 13, …

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Drugs and stolen weapon found during traffic stop in Rankin County

Two men are facing charges after Rankin County sheriff’s deputies said they found illegal drugs and a stolen gun during a traffic stop. Members of the Rankin County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Interdiction Team pulled over a Mercedes Thursday afternoon on Interstate 20 for a traffic violation. “During a roadside interview, …

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Pat Green really wants to work with these two national icons

Evan Paul hosts Taste of Country Nights, On Demand, a weekly country music interview podcast that focuses on music. Follow wherever podcasts are found, like Apple Podcasts and Spotify and leave a rating and review. This show is part of the Townsquare Media On Demand network. Pat Green has been …

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Alejandro Bastari celebrates his 50th birthday with his niece Michele Salas

Michelle traveled from Europe to Mexico to pay her respects to her great-grandmother at the Beaux-Arts (Picture: Ig/@michellesalasb GETTY IMAGES) it’s a day of celebration Alexandre Bestibecause the merchant celebrated his 50th birthday Last Thursday, August 25, surrounded by his closest friends, and the next day, the brother of Luis …

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Heathers: The Musical Comes to Roku!

One of my favorite movies from the late 80s is Heathers. The dark teen comedy stars Shannen Doherty, Winona Ryder (stranger things) and Christian Slater (Dr. Death) – A List Cast! Ryder plays Veronica, a girl who is part of her high school’s popular girl clique – the Heathers. However, …

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Violent Threats Rise Following Mar-A-Lago Search

More than three weeks have passed since the FBI executed a search warrant at the Mar-a-Lago residence of former President Donald Trump. Since then, various factions of the conservative right – private citizens, social media users, even some politicians – have wasted no time issuing violent threats. Unfortunately, threats against …

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September 7, German air attack on London

Today in History Today is Wednesday, September 7, the 250th day of 2022. There are 115 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On September 7, 1940, Nazi Germany began its eight-month blitz against Britain in World War II with the first airstrike on London. To this …

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Paloma Cuevas and Luis Miguel, a week alone and isolated from the world in a villa in Marbella

Rumors of a possible romance between dove caves there Luis Miguel They have subsided in recent weeks, but have resurfaced with force. The two would have spent a few weeks isolated from the world on the Costa del Sol, in an exclusive villa for the two of them. Only. The …

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The 2022 inductees, ceremony, performers

It’s been three years since the Memphis Music Hall of Fame last inducted a new class of honorees. But after a long pandemic hiatus, the event will return on September 15, with the Hall entering eight more music legends, just in time to mark the organization’s 10th anniversary. This year, …

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DC’s Best Rooftop Bars for Scenic Views and Delicious Cocktails – The GW Hatchet

Media credit: Krishna Rajpara I Assistant Photo Editor Whether you’re perched atop the Watergate Hotel or soaking up the breeze by the river at The Wharf, the views and drinks from these rooftop bars won’t disappoint. The district may not be known for its towering buildings, but the city skyline …

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The series season 3 episode 7 broadcast on Disney Plus? Details Explored

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series will premiere Episode 7 of its third season on Wednesday, September 7, 2022, at 12 p.m. PT / 3 a.m. ET, on Disney+. This will be the penultimate episode before the season finale on September 14. Created by Tim Federle, High School Musical: …

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5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (September 3) – Billboard

From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Billboard editors highlight the latest buzz in Latin music news every week. Here’s what’s been happening in the Latin music world this week. Latin Music Week Update Christina Aguilera, Wisin y Yandel and Justin Quiles are confirmed for …

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Long Beach hosts NFL Kickoff Experience before the LA Rams game on Thursday. – Tap Telegram

The National Football League is coming to Long Beach – at least for a day. Thanks to Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams, the NFL will kick off the 2022 season on Thursday, September 8 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, with the home team taking on the Buffalo Bills. But …

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Romeo Santos’ Formula Vol. 3′ Ranked Collaborations – Billboard

Romeo Santos has released his highly anticipated studio album Formula, vol. 3 (Sony Music Latin), coinciding with her eldest son’s birthday on September 1. Home to 21 tracks – including lone single “Sus Huellas,” which debuted at No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart – the new set displays the …

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DESTINOS, 5th CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL LATINO THEATER FESTIVAL back in September

Destinos, 5th Chicago International Latino Theater Festival, the city of Chicago’s annual festival featuring Latin artists and theater companies from Chicago, the United States and Latin America, returns September 14 through October 16, 2022. Destinos kicks off Chicago’s Hispanic Heritage Month with five weeks of Latino-centric shows, panels and student …

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Mexican Independence Day Weekend in Las Vegas 2022

This September, Las Vegas resorts and attractions will once again celebrate Mexico’s Independence Day – often referred to as “El Grito” – and kick off Hispanic Heritage Month with classy entertainment. world and an exhilarating revenge in the ring. Top Latin artists and comedians will mark their return to the …

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