Pubfest returns | Culture & Leisure

II’m going to dive into the heart of the matter by telling you about an event from the weekend at Hintonwith camping, music and food. Hosted by Why the noiseCompany, The Happy Hippy Muzik Fest will take place on Friday May 20 and Saturday May 21 at 143 Fig Tree Lane. Music starts at noon … Read more

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra pays tribute to Florence Price | Culture & Leisure

The Century of Progress International Exposition, also known as the Chicago World’s Fair, was held from 1933 to 1934 and changed the life of composer Florence Price. It was for this international event that his first symphony was selected as one of the works for a celebration concert by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) conducted … Read more

Cornucopias | Arts & Entertainment | Salt Lake City

The American jackalope can appear almost anywhere: as a stuffed mount on a wall, on postcards, even in the name of a Salt Lake City bar. Like rabbits of all kinds, these horned rodents seem to have an almost infinite capacity to multiply, despite the fact that they don’t actually exist. Or, again, maybe they … Read more

Eric Clapton tests positive for coronavirus | arts and entertainment

Eric Clapton has tested positive for coronavirus. The 77-year-old music legend – who has previously told how he has lost friends and music buddies due to his anti-lockdown stance – has postponed a number of his European gigs after testing positive for COVID, but it is hoped that it will be “sufficiently recovered” by the … Read more

Tyler’s Fritz Hager III eliminated from ‘American Idol’ | Culture & Leisure

Fritz Hager III’s journey on “American Idol” has come to an end after he was eliminated on Sunday night’s live episode. Hager and Nicolina Bozzo were both eliminated as Noah Thompson, Huntergirl and Leah Marlene advanced to the finals to compete for the winning title. Hager described his journey on “Idol” in one word: “growth.” … Read more

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Announces New Label | Culture & Leisure

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DJ Q&A: Mike Annuzzi | Culture & Leisure

“NEW BOOTS ON”: MUSICIAN MIKE ANNUZZI’S LATEST RELEASE IS MAKING A FAST RISE IN COUNTRY CHARTERS. DJ: You have strong ties to Redwood City, don’t you? MA: I was born and raised in Redwood City. My grandmother was the first in her building in Redwood City to own a house when it was just built … Read more

The New Millennium Chamber Orchestra celebrates women | Culture & Leisure

The New Millennium Chamber Orchestra has put together a boldly imaginative lineup for its concerts this past weekend. I heard the show on Sunday, May 8 at the First Presbyterian Church in Palo Alto. The lineup included three female composers. Musical director Jenny Beyer Cornell quoted a proverb that says “Women give birth to men … Read more

Student Album ‘Three Years Wiser’ Displays Reflective Introspection | Culture & Leisure

You can tell Senior Grace Cooper reads Gonzaga’s mission statement every morning by how she reflects her values ​​through her art. Well no, not really. However, that might seem like it to listeners to Cooper’s cathartic and thoughtful debut solo album, “Three Years Wiser.” A collection of cheerfully folk ballads, Cooper reflects on his time … Read more