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Omar Apollo is ready to beat his heart

Omar Apollo wears Top and Pants by Isabel funny. Bracelet by Tiffany and company. Shoes (worn everywhere) by New balance. Omar Apollo wasn’t born as a natural performer, but it’s hard to believe the 24-year-old Indiana native ever made fun of the scene at an open mic party. Since then, …

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Who finances violent Latin American politics?

Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro is crazy about Alex Saab’s extradition to the United States this month. The former Caracas financial intermediary was arrested by police in Cape Verde in 2020 on an arrest warrant from Interpol. In retaliation for the extradition, Mr. Maduro immediately sent six former Citgo employees under …

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Publication files: Jhené Aiko and Elvie Shane at WCM

Rome Phrey Publishing and Warner Chappell Music (WCM) Nashville signed a publishing contract with the singer / songwriter Elvie shane. The Wheelhouse / BMG Records the artist’s first single, “My Boy” is currently # 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay and Country Aircheck tables. Shane’s first full album, Recidivist, is …

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History | History | effinghamdailynews.com

Today is Saturday, October 16, the 289th day of 2021. There are 76 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s story: On October 16, 1859, radical abolitionist John Brown raided the American arsenal of Harpers Ferry in what was then West Virginia. (Ten of Brown’s men were killed …

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5 things to expect from the 2021 edition of FIMPRO

The 2021 edition of the Feria Internacional de Música para Profesionales (FIMPRO) will take place from October 13 to 15 in Guadalajara, at the heart of the Mexican music industry. Just hours before kick-off, attendees marked out their schedules to enjoy all the workshops, showcases, meetings and other activities during …

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Scratch a Storm | Local News

In my last column, I asked you to look up into the sky to observe the nocturnal hawks. Now I want you to look down and listen to a noise under your shrubs. Look closely and you might see a spotted tohi. It is a strikingly beautiful ground feeder with …

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Everyone salsa! Fania, the dilapidated New York label that sent Latin rhythms to the world | Dance music

IIt’s 1967. Latin boogaloo – a fusion of African-American R&B and Cuban rhythms reflecting the rich melting pot of East Harlem, New York – is sweeping the neighborhood. Johnny Pacheco, a follower of traditional Latin music, considers boogaloo to be “horrible” and “not music”. Nonetheless, he would quickly learn to …

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Mariachi Estrella makes history at halftime

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Mariachi Estrella gave fans at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium a stunning performance. “I know we were all very excited to be able to represent our culture in front of such a large crowd,” said Claudia Banda, violinist and backing vocalist of Mariachi Estrella. Not only …

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It happened today – this day in history

1066: William the Conqueror’s Norman troops set sail for England. 1590: Pope Urban VII dies 13 days after being chosen as pope, making his reign the shortest papacy in history. 1601: Louis XIII of France is born at the Château de Fontainebleau. 1605: The Swedish armies are totally defeated by …

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RiverPark Hosts Musical Tribute to “Queen”

September 25 – Marc Martel and “The Ultimate Queen Celebration” will be released in Owensboro. The 44-year-old Canadian rocker will lead the peloton for “an explosive and captivating tribute where some of the most iconic rock anthems of all time collide with theatrical performance style and jaw-dropping production” at 7 …

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Musician Forms All-Female Mariachi Band During Pandemic

Mariachi Bonitas is not your typical mariachi band. Dino Rachlin has been singing his heart out since he was a child in Mexico City. “Music is a universal language,” Klingler said. “Music brings you peace and harmony in your life. It is my conviction. She is an award-winning singer-songwriter and …

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Your Guide to Latinx Streaming

One Day at a Time follows a nurse, Penelope, as she raises her Cuban-American family with the help of her mother. (Photo courtesy of Netflix) Navigating streaming services for authentic and festive Latinx stories can be difficult, especially for young adults who may not enjoy telenovelas as much as their …

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Sonoma County Mexican Heritage Fair: Family, Fun & Vaccines

For the Campos family, attending the Mexican Heritage Celebration and Health Fair in Sonoma on Sunday – which included folk dances, brilliant lowriders, and mariachi music – meant remembering their beloved roots. “Watching this group of mariachis reminds me of hearing mariachi at parties in my neighborhood in Mexico,” said …

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Hollywood musical star Jane Powell has died at 92

Associated Press Sep 17, 2021, 02:31 Updated: Sep 17, 2021, 02:31 Jane Powell, the bright-eyed, opera-voiced star of the Golden Age of Hollywood musicals who sang with Howard Keel in “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” and danced with Fred Astaire in “Royal Wedding ”, died. She was 92 years old. …

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Naperville to host its first Hispanic heritage festival

NAPERVILLE, IL – Naperville is set to host its first Hispanic Heritage Festival with live music, specialty food and drinks, a vendor’s market, interactive art and more on September 18. The festivities will celebrate the Hispanic population of Naperville, as well as two of its sister cities. : Cancun and …

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Today in History – KTAR.com

Today in history Today is Saturday, August 28, the 240th day of 2021. There are 125 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On August 28, 1963, over 200,000 people listened to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. deliver his “I Have a Dream” speech outside the Lincoln …

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10 best Spanish movies to stream on Netflix

If you’re looking for international movies to watch, Netflix’s foreign movie library includes a ton of Spanish gems. We’ve narrowed down this collection to the 10 Best Spanish Movies You Should Watch. From dark fairy tales to musicals, this list has something for everyone. Fancy a real detective documentary or …

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Strict Discs in Wisconsin: Dealing with Delta

How did Record Store Day go? Much, much better than in June. It wouldn’t take a long time, but everything turned out fine. There were very few hiccups. There were a few June titles that got pushed back to July that the distributor missed, but I figured that out pretty …

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BC-Today in History – Friday August 6

Awaiting release – Friday August 6, 00:00 BC-Today in History, VEN AUG 06, HFR July 26, 2021 11:15 AM – 871 words By the associated press HOLD FOR RELEASE. THIS STORY CANNOT BE PUBLISHED, BROADCAST OR PUBLISHED ONLINE BEFORE 12AM AND ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 2021. Today in history Today …

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Reuters Entertainment news summary | Entertainment

Below is a summary of the current entertainment briefs. Colorful, violent and silly, ‘the Suicide Squad’ makes a comeback Margot Robbie leads a cast of lopsided supervillains as “The Suicide Squad” returns on Friday in a sequel her cast calls colorful and crazy. With a new director in James Gunn …

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This is how Fey is beautiful at 48

Gorgeous: that’s how Fey looks beautiful at 48 Maria Fernanda Blazquez Gil, better known as “Fey, the Mexican pop and electronic music singer turned 48 and celebrated with her fans on social media. a few hours earlier, Fey He posted a video on his official Instagram account that captured a …

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Big gigs go to D-FW. Here are the biggest

As restrictions related to the pandemic have eased, live music and entertainment are making a comeback in Dallas-Fort Worth, especially with local names in smaller venues. More recently, bigger names have announced tour stops at some of North Texas’ biggest and best-known locations. We’ve rounded up some of the first …

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Opera Orlando to present a series of summer concerts

Opera Orlando’s (formerly Opera on Park) annual summer concert series returns live and in person at Winter Park University Club this August. The series includes three concerts, up close and personal, by world-class singers, followed by an artists reception with food and wine graciously sponsored by Winter Park Wine. Enjoy …

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Seattle jazz scene turns up the volume as clubs reopen

Seattle-based nonprofit Jazz within earshot has long supported the scene with an extensive annual music festival, monthly jazz magazine, educational programs and regional performance listings. During the pandemic, he broadcast live small, socially distant performances from Town Hall and also distributed $ 73,000 to local musicians, through the Seattle Jazz …

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Raffaella Carrà: Italian pop icon and entertainment legend

Raffaella Carrà, singer, dancer and Italian television personality, rose to fame in her native country as well as in Spain and Latin America, seducing and sometimes scandalizing her audiences with risky performances celebrating sexual empowerment. With her blond bob, sultry voice, supple dance moves and sleek, glittery outfits, Carrà, who …

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Cleotilde Argandona obituary (2021) – Hammond, IN

Cleotilde Argandona June 3, 1929 – July 7, 2021 EAST CHICAGO, IN – Cleotilde Argandona, 92, of East Chicago, Indiana, passed away peacefully on Wednesday July 7, 2021. Born June 3, 1929 in Aurora, Illinois to Margarita (née Reyes) and Marciano Villarruel She grew up in Joconoxtle and Ocotlan, Jalisco, …

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How I did it: Francisca Valenzuela

In January 2020, Chilean-American singer-songwriter Francisca Valenzuela released her fourth studio album, La Fortaleza, an indie pop record that offers an intimate look at a woman who finds inner strength and joie de vivre. At this year’s Premios Pulsar, which honor the best of Chilean music, La Fortaleza won the …

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B2B Garden Brewery brings music and wine together for monthly event »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. B2B Garden Brewery hosts free New Mexico wine tastings with live music one Wednesday a month. (Courtesy of Sean Linehan) Relax with a nice glass of New Mexico wine …

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Jasper Arts announces new lineup for the season

Jasper Community Arts has unveiled the featured artists for its upcoming 2021-2022 season. Twelve performances will be presented, most performing at the Jasper Arts Center and a few at the historic Astra Theater. The 2021-2022 JCA season will run from September 2021 to April 2022. Customers who had purchased tickets …

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ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY

ON THIS DAY OF 1916, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported: “WASHINGTON – President [Woodrow] Wilson is ready to appear before Congress tomorrow and make a statement on the Mexican situation. Although his speech is not final, we know that Mr. Wilson prepared the essential. The president is known to plan …

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Obituary: Perle Rhéa (Jacques) Corriveau

Perle Rhéa (Jacques) Corriveau KENNEBUNK – Pearl, 73, died peacefully of natural causes in Kennebunk on April 20, 2021. She was born on April 30, 1947 in Biddeford. She is survived by her two sons, Chad Corriveau of Maine and her grandson, Charlie Corriveau; Erik Corriveau (Maryann) of Louisiana and …

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Los Angeles Philharmonic announces 2021/2022 Walt Disney Concert Hall program featuring Robert Glasper, Mon Laferte, Andy Shauf, Sparks, Emmylou Harris and more

Tristan kinnett June 22, 2021 – 9:59 PM the Los Angeles Philharmonic possesses ad their 2021/2022 concert calendar for the Walt Disney Concert Hall, starting with a special reunion concert / fundraiser on October 9, 2021. Some of the unique concerts planned for the Philharmonic include performances with Robert glasper, …

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Ruben Blades sings salsa and jazz on ‘Salswing!’, While The Aristocrats shines brightly on new live album

“Salswing! ” Rubén Blades and the Orquesta by Roberto Delgado Rubén Blades Productions The legend of salsa music Rubén Blades has a moment – many moments, in fact – four years after the conclusion of his farewell tour “Caminando, adiós y gracias” (“Walk, goodbye and thank you”). This isn’t too …

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5 Inspirational Latin Music Moments This Week (June 19)

“We are extremely proud to host the industry’s first live and presidential event since the onset of the pandemic last year,” said Leila Cobo, vice president, head of Latin industry, Billboard. “Billboard Latin Music Week is the world’s largest and oldest Latin music event, and a mainstay for the Billboard …

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People’s Light announces a summer of live music

Gather your friends and family for live music at People’s Light all summer long! Driving Concerts return to the theater’s back parking lot, with a wide variety of bands performing June through September. Don’t miss the very first Folk weekend at People’s Light, featuring six acts on two stages on …

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La Poblana expands Mexican cuisine

When La Poblana hit Hlemmur Mathöll’s list in 2017, the tiny restaurant filled the yawning void of Mexican food in Iceland. It is on the back of Taqueria in Ármúli, a brief but delicious love story; an attempt at Californian tacos at Taco fyrir mig, the weekly event at Coocoo’s …

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