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Culture: Special Contributor - Allison Slomowitz
The concert was the Dallas Opera’s first performance with orchestra since November 2019.
The concert was the Dallas Opera’s first performance with orchestra since November 2019.
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Culture: Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure
The Pentagon is considering pulling the plug on the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure project, known as JEDI,…
The Pentagon is considering pulling the plug on the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure project, known as JEDI, in light of ongoing legal challenges to the Pentagon's decision in 2019 to award the contract to Microsoft over Amazon Web Services.
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Culture: Daddy Yankee - Awards - Becky - Los Angeles
…American Music Awards in Los Angeles.
CNCO, Becky G, Maluma and Daddy Yankee were among the winners at the Latin American Music Awards in Los Angeles.
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Culture: record-breaking - Dallas Morning News
…breaking demand for...
AUSTIN — ERCOT released its annual summer outlook early Thursday with reassurances that the power grid will be ready to handle record-breaking demand for...
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Culture: Mark Lennihan AP Photo - ITIT - Lind - consumed
…fuel consumed on the East Coast.
The pipeline provides about 45 percent of all fuel consumed on the East Coast.
COVID
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Politics: East Boston Massachusetts - gradually close
…Baker has indicated Massachusetts will begin to “gradually close” its seven mass vaccination sites, which he sa…
Now the most difficult stage of the state’s vaccination campaign begins. Gov. Charlie Baker has indicated Massachusetts will begin to “gradually close” its seven mass vaccination sites, which he sa…
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Culture: International Alliance - Artpunk Photography
…the-scenes wizards who build sets, rig lighting and help make theater magic.
Stagehands are the behind-the-scenes wizards who build sets, rig lighting and help make theater magic. But the hit to live entertainment due to COVID-19 sent the community reeling, and its members fear they might be some of the last to...
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Culture: in a phased approach - East Coast - 500-mile
…500-mile pipeline that delivers nearly half of the gasoline, diesel and jet fuel to the East Coast.
The pipeline company said it was restarting operations slowly “in a phased approach” for the 5,500-mile pipeline that delivers nearly half of the gasoline, diesel and jet fuel to the East Coast.
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Laurent Vu - igniting - syringes - addicts - Insite
Facilities that would allow people to openly use opioids are igniting controversy today,…
Facilities that would allow people to openly use opioids are igniting controversy today, but were once widespread
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Culture: American Airlines Center - Dolby Theatre
American Airlines Center will host the superstar on Feb. 18 and 19 next year.
American Airlines Center will host the superstar on Feb. 18 and 19 next year.
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Culture: Gravity Industries - Plymouth Sound - maritime
…operations in England’s Plymouth Sound.
The Royal Navy and Gravity Industries tested a jet suit for maritime boarding operations in England’s Plymouth Sound.
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Culture: Capitol Hill - bellicose - destroying - arrives
Iran’s propaganda machine has produced a new…
Iran’s propaganda machine has produced a new bellicose song to serve as background music for video scenes of a missile destroying the U.S. Capitol.
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Bridgette Hempstead - Devin Chicras - Seattle Times
…place where readers see themselves in stories.
The South Seattle Emerald is celebrating its anniversary by reflecting on its identity as a beacon of truth telling for the Black community and a place where readers see themselves in stories.
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Culture: Milwaukee Regional Medical - connect - Wauwatosa
The new rapid bus service connecting downtown Milwaukee to the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center in Wauwatosa should…
The new rapid bus service connecting downtown Milwaukee to the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center in Wauwatosa should be operating by October 2022.
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Culture: shocking - Joe Biden - 266 - arguing - spin
…about the quarter of the number that economists…
THE 266,000 QUESTION — This morning’s April employment report held a shocking number: The country created about 266,000 jobs last month, about the quarter of the number that economists had expected.
During Earth (archive) Week and National Parks Week, it’s time to honor the pioneers who gave us the… MSASSeattletimes
National Parks Week - Earth Week - Stewart Udall
…most influential was Stewart Udall, Secretary of...
During Earth Week and National Parks Week, it’s time to honor the pioneers who gave us the legislation that has protected our environment since those heady days of the first Earth Day. The most influential was Stewart Udall, Secretary of...
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Culture: Stunna Bam Listening Session - North Texans
…known professionally as Erica Banks, first...
Few North Texans know that hip hop’s next star is right from their own backyard. DeSoto native Erica Breaux, known professionally as Erica Banks, first...
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Health: year-over-year - pandemic - marking - sacramento
…international immigration and killed 51,000 people.
California’s population fell by more than 182,000 people in 2020, marking the first year-over-year loss ever recorded for the nation’s most populous state. Officials say the pandemic halted international immigration and killed 51,000 people.
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Culture: New England - functionally - elusive - abutting
…fired power plant in New England has become a target…
BOW, N.H. — What is functionally the last coal-fired power plant in New England has become a target for the area’s environmental groups, and an elusive one at that.
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Crime: Waffles Mochi - Washington Times - Netflix - puppet
Michelle Obama said in a new interview that Black people live…
Michelle Obama said in a new interview that Black people live with a constant fear of discrimination and injustice and that Black Lives Matter activists are “taking to the streets” not because they want to, but “because they have to.”
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Culture: Dawn Villella - rooted - thwart - Normandale
Dental therapists are authorized in 12 states, including tribal clinics in Washington.
Dental therapists are authorized in 12 states, including tribal clinics in Washington. But deeply rooted racism and special interests thwart statewide expansion efforts.
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Culture: sustainability - Andrew McCredie - showcase
Formula E racing event a showcase of sustainability and lifeline to city'…
Formula E racing event a showcase of sustainability and lifeline to city's struggling tourism and hospitality industries.
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Politics: lowest-ever - census - experienced
…ever growth rates in the last decade, resulting in the state losing a House seat for the first time.
Census data last month showed that California experienced its lowest-ever growth rates in the last decade, resulting in the state losing a House seat for the first time.
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Culture: one-of-a-kind - unreal - hats - challenging
…although there's always room for improvement.
Hats off to Summerfest for pulling off a one-of-a-kind lineup during challenging circumstances, although there's always room for improvement.
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Culture: administering - COVID - Capitol Hill - safeguarding
…but are administering tests to area residents.
Public Health -- Seattle & King County has issued a warning about certain COVID-19 testing sites that are not a part of the public health system, but are administering tests to area residents.
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Culture: Canadian Heritage - 00064555A ORG XMIT - Phil Lind
…federal government’s Department of Canadian Heritage.
Phil Lind's Klondike collection became so extensive it was designated “a cultural property of outstanding significance” by the federal government’s Department of Canadian Heritage.
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Culture: grandest - starving - rapper
…000 of its starving fans...
The biggest show on the grandest stage -- WrestleMania. A month ago, for the first time in more than a year, WWE and roughly 50,000 of its starving fans...
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Culture: Edgemont Park Conservation District - bright-red
…rooms and homes advertised on Airbnb,...
Close to 100 people spoke during a Dallas City Council public hearing on how the city should address oversight of rooms and homes advertised on Airbnb,...
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Culture: President George W - SXSW - avoided
…promoting his new book on immigration.
Bush has largely avoided commenting on politics since leaving office, but has been more aggressive while promoting his new book on immigration.
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Crime: Texas Department - Criminal Justice
…the Texas Department of Criminal Justice has wisely reversed course....
After two years of barring all spiritual advisers from the state’s execution chamber, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice has wisely reversed course....
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Culture: Pacific Northwest - waterfront - neglected - greenscape
…Seattle waterfront parks take for granted.
In Rainier Beach, a neglected beach area has spurred residents to contribute design ideas and suggest basic improvements to the parcel’s infrastructure that most other Seattle waterfront parks take for granted.
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Vancouver Sun - Trans-Canada Airline - TCA - PNG
Six thousand people went to Vancouver…
Six thousand people went to Vancouver airport to check it out when it came here for a tour
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Culture: Damian Dovarganes - Microsoft Exchange Server
Russian hackers have adopted new cyber tactics, techniques and procedures for attacking targets in the U.S.
Russian hackers have adopted new cyber tactics, techniques and procedures for attacking targets in the U.S. and elsewhere after their earlier methods were exposed, several government agencies said Thursday.
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Culture: chamber-music - endure - Seattle University
With some new strategies in place, the Seattle chamber-music series Byron Schenkman & Friends could endure far into…
With some new strategies in place, the Seattle chamber-music series Byron Schenkman & Friends could endure far into the future. Its eighth season comes to a close on April 25 with a live online concert, Beethoven & the Schumanns.”
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Culture: United States - 000-capacity - renovation - 23
…000-capacity venue, opening in 2021.
Summerfest, the largest music festival in the United States, has completed a $51.3 million renovation of its 23,000-capacity venue, opening in 2021.
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Culture: Julie Schablitsky - sea-level - archaeologist
…u00a0in November 2020.
The house, owned by Tubman's father Ben Ross, was discovered amid a search that began\u00a0in November 2020.
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Culture: Paula Shrewsbury - Michael Raupp - backyard
…Michael Raupp and Paula Shrewsbury find…
COLUMBIA, Md. — Sifting through a shovel load of dirt in a suburban backyard, Michael Raupp and Paula Shrewsbury find their quarry: a cicada nymph.
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Culture: Federal Aviation Administration - Seattle Times
…two people familiar with the matter.
The Federal Aviation Administration has asked Boeing for further analysis of the electrical grounding issues that last month caused a fresh grounding of 737 MAX jets, Reuters reported, citing two people familiar with the matter.
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Culture: Air Don - Fox News Channel - floats - advertisers
…only thing that floats the Fox ship.
It turns out that advertisers aren’t the only thing that floats the Fox ship.
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Culture: Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace - belongs
…everyone — and there lies the problem.
Whose Franklin Park is it, anyway? This jewel in Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace belongs to everyone — and there lies the problem. Not everyone shares the same view of what con…
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Culture: Boylston Street - inaugural - symbolic
Boston Marathon champion Des Linden surprised five frontline workers and community members at the marathon finish…
Boston Marathon champion Des Linden surprised five frontline workers and community members at the marathon finish line on Patriots Day.
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Culture: Neal Kandola - high-paying - full-time
Kandola Forest Products president Neal Kandola says company will rehire around 90 experienced workers…
Kandola Forest Products president Neal Kandola says company will rehire around 90 experienced workers in high-paying, full-time positions.
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Culture: Cecily Strong - Miley Cyrus - promos
Elon Musk showed a combination of humility and hubris as he opened his highly anticipated hosting gig on “Saturday Night Live.”
Elon Musk showed a combination of humility and hubris as he opened his highly anticipated hosting gig on “Saturday Night Live.”
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Culture: gardening - rewards - creative - real
Creative gardening rewards us in more ways than we realize.
Creative gardening rewards us in more ways than we realize. Garden art is very personal, and as a living art form, it changes as each season progresses.
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Culture: Shawn Conner - theatre - literary - festival
…plus Canada’s largest alternative literary festival.
This week’s events around metro include theatre, a noted writer’s interview and reading plus Canada’s largest alternative literary festival.
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Culture: Mary Beth Roberts - décor - curved - shapes - tones
Spruce up your space with the latest décor trends: curved shapes,…
Spruce up your space with the latest décor trends: curved shapes, earth tones and natural materials
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Culture: Dekora Woods Business Park - Calibre Inc
warehouse\u00a0at 655 N. Dekora Woods Blvd.
Rebel Converting bought\u00a0the former Calibre Inc. warehouse\u00a0at 655 N. Dekora Woods Blvd. in\u00a0Dekora Woods Business Park for $5.75 million.
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Culture: Jennifer Cameron - Stuart Florida - monsters
…weighing in a giant that tipped the scales at 436 pounds.
A Florida woman caught the largest swordfish of her fishing career, weighing in a giant that tipped the scales at 436 pounds.
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Culture: Dick Tracy - x-ray - monkeys
If you’ve ever been duped into buying x-ray glasses, sea monkeys or a Dick Tracy wrist radio from a comic book ad,…
If you’ve ever been duped into buying x-ray glasses, sea monkeys or a Dick Tracy wrist radio from a comic book ad, you might find a sympathetic shoulder to cry on in Alison Bechdel. Now Bechdel is …
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Culture: Rosas Divinas - pandemic - Quintero - alexia
…but this weekend they’ll be busy at work.
The pandemic left band members almost jobless, but this weekend they’ll be busy at work.
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Culture: James President - Pablo Martinez Monsivais
…suspended his account last week.
Project Veritas president James O’Keefe sued Twitter on Monday for alleged defamation, after the platform permanently suspended his account last week.
…inmates who have been fully vaccinated (illustration), the Alaska Department of Corrections said Monday. Grook Da OgerSeattletimes
Culture: visitations - anchorage - Corrections - statewide
…Department of Corrections said Monday.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Alaska will allow prison visitations for all inmates who have been fully vaccinated, the Alaska Department of Corrections said Monday.
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Culture: Dreamlifters - finalizing - Everett - busier
Boeing is close to finalizing a deal to transfer the lease…
Boeing is close to finalizing a deal to transfer the lease of its Dreamlifter Operations Center at Paine Field in Everett to air cargo carrier FedEx. The pending transfer heralds a busier flight schedule out of the airport.
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James Moffatt - Church Unlimited - 15
An occasional interview series with Americans who are challenging the status quo.
An occasional interview series with Americans who are challenging the status quo.
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Culture: Marcus Performing - Kurt Weill - spiffy
Florentine Opera opened the Marcus Center's newly renovated Uihlein…
Florentine Opera opened the Marcus Center's newly renovated Uihlein Hall with humor and an unusual Kurt Weill work, \
COVID
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Culture: COVID - Amanda Ulrich - Vickie Connor - hesitant
…don't want the COVID-19 vaccine or remain hesitant to get it.
In Slab City, an isolated California community in the Sonoran Desert, many either don't want the COVID-19 vaccine or remain hesitant to get it.
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Culture: Cedarburg President Gordon Goggin - Disease Control
Cedarburg's Strawberry Festival has been canceled for the second straight year.
Cedarburg's Strawberry Festival has been canceled for the second straight year.
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Culture: midnight - Patrick Henry Building - Ralph Northam
…Northam announced Thursday he will expand capacity for venues and social gathering limits beginning May 15 as more…
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Thursday he will expand capacity for venues and social gathering limits beginning May 15 as more residents across the state receive their COVID-19 vaccines.
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Culture: Henriette Renié's Trio - Sammons Center - violin
…harpist and composer Henriette Renié.
The work is by French harpist and composer Henriette Renié.
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Culture: unwittingly - artwork - deity
Something sacred may also be beautiful,…
Something sacred may also be beautiful, but sometimes that leads makers of fashion and artwork to unwittingly cross cultural lines. A pair of $940 sterling...
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Culture: Pulcinella - violin - soloist
…with Stravinsky’s witty ‘Pulcinella’ Suite.
The Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto shared billing with Stravinsky’s witty ‘Pulcinella’ Suite.
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When Nepal welcomed foreign climbers back to Mount Everest (archive) for the spring climbing season,… Polish International Mt Everest expeditionSeattletimes
Culture: climbers - Expeditions - excursions - alpenglow
When Nepal welcomed foreign climbers back to Mount Everest for the spring climbing season, many feared…
When Nepal welcomed foreign climbers back to Mount Everest for the spring climbing season, many feared it was only a matter of time before the coronavirus made its way to the world's highest peak. Sure enough, just weeks into the...
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Culture: Black Rock - long-time - vaccinations
Citing a backlash from many long-time attendees at the annual event that draws more than 80,000 people to the Black Rock…
Citing a backlash from many long-time attendees at the annual event that draws more than 80,000 people to the Black Rock Desert in Nevada, organizers said they have been formulating their own guidelines on mandatory vaccinations as part of a...
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Culture: Watchdog Dave Lieber - The ERCOT - translating
Translating ERCOT jargon is like rolling a boulder uphill. Watchdog Dave Lieber says operators of…
Translating ERCOT jargon is like rolling a boulder uphill. Watchdog Dave Lieber says operators of Texas' electric grid hide information behind acronyms and...
…social media (illustration) posts A USPS division that investigates mail crime has been monitoring social…Salon
Culture: inflammatory
A USPS division that investigates mail crime has been monitoring social media sites for inflammatory posts.
A USPS division that investigates mail crime has been monitoring social media sites for inflammatory posts.
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Culture: American Family Insurance Amphitheater Sept - booked
Originally booked for last year's canceled Summerfest, Dave Matthews Band will now play the American Family…
Originally booked for last year's canceled Summerfest, Dave Matthews Band will now play the American Family Insurance Amphitheater Sept. 15.
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Culture: Amazon Fresh - Hollie Adams - milestone - groceries
…people buy their groceries.
Amazon appears to have solved a significant technical challenge and is poised to bring its automated checkout technology to full-size supermarkets, a significant milestone in the race to revolutionize how people buy their groceries.
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Jen Psaki - outcry - Matamoros
after significant outcry over the…
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday the administration is committed to making an announcement on or before May 15 to increase the number of refugees who will be allowed to enter the U.S. after significant outcry over the administration’s moves on the issue last week.
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Culture: Dallas Morning News - Juan Figueroa - Fair Park
…delayed the latest round of funding.
Apparently, it was only a technical glitch that delayed the latest round of funding. Or so they hope.
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Culture: globe-trotting - editor-in-chief - cardiac
…bridge generation of newsroom leaders.
The globe-trotting Brown, who died at 57 last month, was a model for the bridge generation of newsroom leaders.
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Environment: Puget Sound - Northwest Native - Elaine Thompson
…southern resident killer whales.
Acting on behalf of seven generations means we invest now in cleaning up Puget Sound and restoring salmon habitat, while protecting the endangered southern resident killer whales.
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Keith Fraser - Jehovah’s Witnesses Christian - charity
…right to freedom of religion.
A charity representing Jehovah's Witnesses is claiming that a B.C. privacy law violates their constitutional right to freedom of religion.
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Culture: Blues Society - Stuart Derdeyn - lineup - coast
Coastal Jazz and Blues Society has announced the lineup for the 2021 TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival.
Coastal Jazz and Blues Society has announced the lineup for the 2021 TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival.
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Culture: Jonathan Dove - stand-in - intertwining - librettist
The Museum of Flight proved an ideal stand-in for the airport in which composer Jonathan Dove and librettist April De…
The Museum of Flight proved an ideal stand-in for the airport in which composer Jonathan Dove and librettist April De Angelis set intertwining stories of travelers trapped overnight by an electrical storm.
Clouds and cooler weather with a high in the low to mid-60s will bring Seattle (archive) back down closer to… Seattle Municipal ArchivesSeattletimes
News: mid-60s - Northwesterners - cool - dislike - baking
Clouds and cooler weather with a high in the low to mid-60s will bring Seattle back down closer to our normal high…
Clouds and cooler weather with a high in the low to mid-60s will bring Seattle back down closer to our normal high temperature of 59 degrees for this time of the year.
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Culture: Dallas Morning News - Pleasant Grove - weaknesses
…emergency plans to respond to severe weather....
The February winter storms that left Texas shivering and in the dark for days revealed weaknesses in Dallas’ emergency plans to respond to severe weather....
…institutions and other critical sectors, says a private firm working with the government. (Pixabay)Seattletimes
Culture: intrusions - FireEye - disturbing - ongoing
…says a private firm working with the government.
Chinese government hackers are believed to have compromised dozens of U.S. government agencies, defense contractors, financial institutions and other critical sectors, says a private firm working with the government. The intrusions are ongoing.
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Culture: Joanne Sasvari - talented - diverse - represented
…these four talented competitors from B.C.
The new season of Top Chef Canada is one of the most diverse ever, as represented by these four talented competitors from B.C.
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Culture: James Sanders - Shawn Conner - paraplegic - spinal
…became paraplegic after a spinal surgery.
Realwheels Theatre was founded in 2003 by James Sanders, a theatre student who became paraplegic after a spinal surgery.
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Culture: vancouver-based - Canadian Press - histories
Vancouver-based Doubleview Gold Corp.
Vancouver-based Doubleview Gold Corp. is developing claims in an area that occupies an important place in Tahltan oral histories.
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Culture: Landmark Kendall Square Cinema - STREET GANG
…HOW WE GOT TO SESAME STREET” Rated PG.
MOVIE REVIEW “STREET GANG: HOW WE GOT TO SESAME STREET” Rated PG. At Landmark Kendall Square Cinema. Grade: B How did the phenomenon known as “Sesame Street” come to be? Well, according to the cha…
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Culture: Alexander Hunter - Washington Times - censoring
…cultural voices on their platforms.
A colleague recently asked me if I approved of Big Tech censoring political and cultural voices on their platforms.
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Culture: Hadi Tjahjanto - KRI Nanggala - Bali - 402
Military chief Hadi Tjahjanto said the KRI Nanggala 402 was...
JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia's navy is searching for a submarine that went missing north of the resort island of Bali with 53 people on board, the military said Wednesday. Military chief Hadi Tjahjanto said the KRI Nanggala 402 was...
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Culture: pre-pandemic - Seattle Times - Scout Troop
Here's what you can expect.
Washington state is slowly reopening but not quickly enough to allow for Seafair to return to its pre-pandemic format. The popular summer Northwest event announced its lineup on Wednesday. Here's what you can expect.
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Culture: KRI Nanggala - East Java - Squadron - aerial
…chances for the 53 people on board slim.
JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia’s navy ships on Thursday were intensely searching for a submarine that likely fell too deep to retrieve, making survival chances for the 53 people on board slim.
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Culture: Photo Blythe Thomas - Iceland - breezy - melody
…Street by Street,” featuring a cool croon…
Laufey had a shock as she scanned the radio while driving around her native Iceland last summer. A song, “Street by Street,” featuring a cool croon and breezy, jazzy melody somewhere between Chet B…
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Culture: Antiracist Research - Washington Times - Ibram X
history classes that teach critical race…
The Biden administration plans to offer grants for U.S. history classes that teach critical race theory and the “1619 Project,” a New York Times series that views slavery and the consequences of slavery as the centerpiece of the American narrative.
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Culture: Revolutionary Guard Corps - Iranian Army - two-day
…drone footage of a U.S. aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf.
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps claimed late Wednesday to have captured “precise” drone footage of a U.S. aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf.
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Culture: East Dallas - cooked - grille - Liberty Power
…fired all its employees after suffering deep losses in the Texas...
Liberty Power, an electricity retailer that serves customers in about a dozen states, fired all its employees after suffering deep losses in the Texas...
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Culture: deferential - boundaries - stressed - taught
Women are taught to be agreeable and deferential. Having boundaries is not part of being a \
Women are taught to be agreeable and deferential. Having boundaries is not part of being a \
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Culture: scratching - snobbiest - pinkie - uphold - Zippia
…your pinkie — we’ve got a reputation to uphold.
The next time you’re scratching a lottery ticket, do raise your pinkie — we’ve got a reputation to uphold. According to the career site Zippia, Massachusetts is the snobbiest stat…
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Culture: Emily Carr - Laura Goldstein - redesign - opens
Spectacular redesign of the former Emily…
Spectacular redesign of the former Emily Carr building opens a whole new world for students
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Culture: nuns - Fab - shaped
From nuns who grow to Fab 5 Freddy's look into how…
From nuns who grow to Fab 5 Freddy's look into how American music was shaped by weed, there's a story for everyone
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Culture: York Times - Asian American - symbolically
…when the state Supreme Court symbolically reversed an old injustice in what The New York Times called “an...
We update the legacy of Takuji Yamashita, who died in 1959, and then had his story burst into view 20 years ago, when the state Supreme Court symbolically reversed an old injustice in what The New York Times called “an...
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Culture: Android - Linux - pixel - modified - longest
For the longest time, Google made the Android operating system and just gave it away for anyone to use.
For the longest time, Google made the Android operating system and just gave it away for anyone to use. Based on a modified version of the Linux operating...