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July program includes stories, performances and more

The month of July is full of opportunities to enjoy theatre, visual arts and live music. The centerpiece will be the Westerville Music & Arts Festival on July 9 and 10, featuring 130 artists, 30 performances, 20 food vendors, a silent auction and youth activities at Heritage Park and Everal …

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The 12 Best Bruce Willis Movies, According To Letterboxd – Did They Get It Right?

Robert Altman was one of cinema’s great writers, having been the filmmaker behind such classics as ‘M*A*S*H’, ‘The Long Goodbye’, ‘Nashville’ and his scathing 1992 satire on Hollywood, ‘ The Player,” which stars Tim Robbins as Griffin Mill, a studio executive who finds himself in a precarious position after murdering …

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Ed Sheeran concert tickets for NHS workers canceled hours before show

People who thought they were going to see Ed Sheeran perform had their hopes dashed when their tickets were canceled just hours before the show. NHS and emergency service workers who booked with their Blue Light discount card were among those affected. The Blue Light Card offer was also available …

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Rising construction costs jeopardize municipal projects in Cornwall

Councilors in Cornwall have been warned that some major projects may have to be scaled back or scrapped due to rising construction costs. With inflation hitting all industries, the authority has seen the cost of construction projects rise dramatically in recent months. As a result, the council has already had …

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Miracle Theater will present KING LEAR across Cornwall this summer

This summer, Cornwall’s Miracle Theater will perform Shakespeare’s most basic and passionate play, King Lear, in fifteen wild locations across Cornwall from July 13 to August 27. From a remote ‘blasted moor’ on Bodmin Moor framed by the magnificent skyline of Brown Willy and Rough Tor to the cliff top …

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M5 crash: ‘apocalyptic scenes’ after car crashes and air ambulance landing

Motorists are stuck in ‘doomsday scenes’ after a crash closed the M5 in both directions. The road is currently closed in both directions and there are miles of north and southbound traffic near Willand. Police confirmed to DevonLive that the highway was closed to allow the air ambulance to land …

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Harlequins’ Cadan Murley epitomizes team belief ahead of Saracens semi-final | Premiership

If there’s always one team that specializes in creating their own luck, it’s the Harlequins. The question is whether the Houdinis of the English rugby club can once again conjure up enough to secure another moving chapter in their checkered modern history. Because if Saracens lead 28-0 in the first …

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Cottage in Stunning Position Overlooking Sennen Cove Requires a Bit of TLC

With uninterrupted panoramic sea views over Sennen Beach and beyond, this four bedroom detached character cottage with adjoining annex offers the perfect vantage point from which to enjoy the beautiful Cornish coastline. Now in need of some modernisation, Peters Cottage is situated in an unrivaled position on approximately half an …

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Why the four-day work week may worsen the climate crisis | Letters

I agree that a four-day working week could have many benefits (thousands of UK workers start the world’s biggest trial of the four-day week on June 6) but help ease the crisis climate probably won’t be one of them, as people can well use their longer weekends to fly abroad, …

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Cardiff roads closed today as Wales take on Ukraine and Gerry Cinnamon performs

Cardiff will see crowds flock to the city both for Wales’ World Cup play-off against Ukraine at Cardiff City Stadium and music fans will be in the city center for Gerry Cinnamon’s concert at Cardiff Castle. Cardiff. There are, as expected with the big concerts in the center, road closures, …

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The Ohio Light Opera returns to the Wooster campus with “Cinderella”, “Pirates of Penzance”, “Hello, Dolly!” and more

WOOSTER, Ohio — After a two-year absence, the Ohio Light Opera returns to the College of Wooster campus this summer, with a nearly full slate of performances, including ‘Cinderella,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ “Pirates of Penzance” and more. In residence at the college since 1979, the theater company was fully online in …

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How to watch the Tau Herculid meteor shower tonight

How to See the Tau Herculid Meteor Shower NASA says the best time to watch will be around 1 a.m. on the east coast and 10 p.m. on the west coast, with viewers in North America having the best view of the potential display. The American Meteor Society (AMS) adds …

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University of Nottingham beat Penzance in hard-fought Tier 4 final

Sam Mayhew’s first-half strike secured the Tier 4 Men’s Championship trophy for 5th-placed University of Nottingham, who overcame Penzance 1-0 in a hard-fought final. The early morning start didn’t dampen the lively atmosphere around the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Center, with both teams well supported by roving vocal supporters. …

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Imagine Little Tokyo Contest Holds Virtual Celebration

The ninth annual Imagine Little Tokyo short story contest will celebrate winners in three categories on Thursday, May 26 at 6 p.m. via the Zoom platform in a free program hosted by the Japanese American National Museum. The competition is presented by the Little Tokyo Historical Society (LTHS) in partnership …

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Properties for sale in Cornwall for under £100,000

It might surprise the average person in Cornwall that there are, in fact, properties on the market to buy for less than six figures. With an incredible property price boom in the county, choices in the sub-£100,000 range are slim. But they are not completely sterile. With a mix of …

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Queen’s Platinum Jubilee events in Cornwall and things to do, from big parties to picnics in the park

How The Headland Hotel Celebrates… As the country prepares to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s remarkable 70-year reign next month, one of Cornwall’s finest hotels is hosting a luxurious Jubilee Afternoon Tea. The Headland, Newquay’s five-star clifftop hotel, is offering a limited-edition afternoon tea that will allow guests to enjoy …

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The Merry Dingmans Ferry Theater brings Gilbert and Sullivan to Akenac Park on May 7

Dingmans Ferry – Saturday was a rainy Saturday at Akenac Park, but inside the Dingmans Ferry Theater were tea, cookies, sandwiches and a happy group of about 50 people all involved in theater and the arts. They were hosted by Emer Day, Founder and President of the Sylvania Gilbert and …

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Tickets are on sale now for Scottish Opera’s pop-up summer tour

Scottish Opera’s wildly popular pop-up opera will kick off at Glamis Castle next month before touring iconic and surprising venues across Scotland including Duthie Park and Haddo House. Audiences can catch outdoor performances of A Little Bit of Barber and A Little Bit of Figaro, making this an ideal opportunity …

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The ‘commercial scale’ drug operation stretched the length of Cornwall

Three men who between them transported tens of thousands of pounds of Class A drugs across Cornwall have been jailed. Robert Scott and Stefan Paull, both 27, packaged cocaine and heroin in Saltash before posting or transporting them to Penzance where they were sold by Bradley Congdon, 38. Paull and …

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George Mason University Center for the Arts Announces 2022/2023 Season

The Center for the Arts at George Mason University today announced its 2022/2023 season of Mainstage performances, featuring a diverse lineup of artists and ensembles across many genres, as part of Great Performances at Mason and the Family Series. Season passes are currently on sale at Friends of the Arts …

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Teddy Tahu-Rhodes, Josh Piterman and Guy Noble in concert (Andrew KcKinnon)

Andrew McKinnon brought together the joint talents of operatic bass-baritone Teddy Tahu-Rhodes, musical theater star Josh Piterman and charismatic pianist, performer, singer and storyteller Guy Noble in a heartwarming evening of populist musical favorites. It was an eclectic program with works chosen from opera and operetta, classic musicals by Rodgers …

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OPENING NIGHT – THE LUCKY STAR – A Fascinating, Uplifting, and Sometimes Irreverent Story – Times Square Chronicles

A fascinating, uplifting and sometimes irreverent story of a war-torn family struggling to migrate, escape and survive” Douglas Denoff & Beth Goldsmith, and 59E59 Theaters (Val Day, Artistic Director; Brian Beirne, General Manager) present the Directors Companythe production of The lucky star by Karen Hartmanpart of the inauguration VOLT-Festival at …

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AVAST! The guild prepares “pirates” for Pablo

YOU CANNOT SPELL “PIRATE” WITHOUT AN “ARRRRRRR”! William Salinas rehearses his role as Pirate King in upcoming Chippewa Valley Theater Guild production The Penzance Pirates. Hackers seem to be having a cultural moment: The new HBO show Our flag means deaththe strange online popularity of sea shanties and the persistence …

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Cornwall Development Applications: Week Ending May 1 | Part 3

Various planning applications have been validated by Cornwall Council and the associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s planning portal. You can search for planning applications, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, application reference, postal code or by a single line of address. There were a lot of …

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An RNLI supporter’s challenge to do a vertical mile in memory of his uncle

The RNLI Mayday Mile Challenge has interested ‘Inverted Fitness’ owner Natalie Jose, from Penzance in Cornwall, to take part in the challenge in a slightly different way. Natalie and her team members will commit to 30 minutes of aerial fitness daily throughout May to raise funds for the charity that …

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Theater is an antidote to many things | News, Sports, Jobs

In a “Saturday Night Live” skit titled “Cast List,” Will Ferrell plays a theatrical, temperamental, and inappropriate acting teacher. “I just wanted to let you all know, we’ll be using the ‘Hamilton’ casting rules for this show,” he tells his students. “So any run for any part, …

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Stalkers, drunk drivers and domestic abusers convicted in Cornwall courts

Despite two public holidays, Cornwall magistrates have still dealt with a large number of offenders whose crimes range from drunk driving to domestic assault and stalking. In Bodmin and Truro, the courts deal with all criminal matters in Cornwall. Anyone accused of an offence, from the least serious to the …

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Penzance mum lives in trailer park after landlord evicted her and puts house back on the market for hundreds more in rent

A Cornwall mother has told her ordeal of housing crisis on national radio, after being evicted by her landlord only to see her old home re-let for an extra £450. Laura Williams, from Newlyn, called Radio 4’s Today program and explained her situation. Mum-of-four Laura told Plymouth host Simon Jack …

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Zachary James wins a Grammy – Hernando Sun

The Hernando-cultivated opera star wins her first Grammy. At this year’s Grammys, a former Hernando County resident took the stage and won the 2022 Grammy Award for Best Opera Recording. The honor went to Zachary James, whom Playbill called “a Broadway alum” when they honored him and his castmates for …

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Hobson’s Choice: Classic Musicals at the Pumphouse Theater

Breadcrumb Links Theater Austin Battung Arnaldo as the Rat in Untold Stories Theater’s Wind in the Willows. Photo Hanna Kerbes .jpg Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on this page. Content of the article Woodland …

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From Bath to Penzance: 9 amazing stops on a road trip through the English countryside

For decades the English county of Cornwall has called my name. Recently my husband and I took a week long road trip through the West Country from Bath to Cornwall. I can honestly say it was everything I ever imagined and more. Here’s what we’ve seen, done and learned. We …

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Man found dead at Penzance Morrab Gardens beauty spot is named

A man found dead in a scenic park earlier this week has been named. Police were called to Morrab Gardens in Penzance on Monday after a man was found. Emergency services attended the scene to try to help the man and take care of the management of the scene and …

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Blue badge holder furious after being fined for curb markings that ‘were not clear’

A man has shared his outrage after being fined £70 for parking on a road where he says road markings indicating a parking restriction are “virtually non-existent”. Chris Wiles and his wife from Penzance received the fine after parking on Meneage Street in Helston. Mr Wiles explained that because his …

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Victoria Botero – KC STUDIO

Victoria Botero at home (photo by Jim Barcus) The acclaimed soprano receives a cultural production grant from the Charlotte Street Foundation for her concert series The Cecilia, including an upcoming program featuring Gabriel García Márquez A soprano plays the treble. The highest. Victoria Botero has been doing this since moving …

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Richmond Night Market turns on the lights for its 4th season

Figaro Marriage DetailsVirginia Opera is pleased to release details for its 48th season of opera production. Performances will take place at the Harrison Opera House in Norfolk, Va., the Carpenter Theater at the Dominion Energy Center in Richmond, Va., and the Center for the Arts at George Mason University in …

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Trains between Penzance and Plymouth delayed after signal cables stolen

Trains between Penzance and Plymouth are set to be halted for the rest of the day, following a suspected signal cable theft. Commuters looking to travel between Penzance and Plymouth can expect delays of up to 15 minutes for the rest of the day (April 1) after signal cables were …

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Covid-19: Cornwall Council warns coronavirus ‘has not gone away’ as hospital staff absences rise

Cornwall Council reminds people to remain cautious in the face of covid to prevent staff shortages from overwhelming the NHS. It comes as cases of coronavirus in Cornwall have steadily risen with new figures showing it is the second worst-hit area in the UK. Along with a call for people …

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Dark smuggling stories that gave Cornish Cove its foreign name

A small cove nestled in a lip of land not far from Mount’s Bay and Penzance owes its name to a family of famous smugglers. Prussia Cove is a small, secluded, rocky cove with little beach, a few kilometers west of Praa Sands. The pebble beach and grotto is dominated …

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IU Kokomo will present Guys & Dolls: Indiana University Kokomo

KOKOMO, Indiana— Players, missionaries and dancers take the stage in Havens Auditorium, as Indiana University Kokomo presents the classic musical guys and dolls April 1 to 3. Music teacher Wendy Grice and adjunct music teacher Garry Grice lead the show, which is set in 1940s New York City. Wendy Grice …

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Cheapest petrol and diesel at Cornwall service stations on Tuesday 22nd March

For weeks Cornwall drivers have desperately searched for the petrol stations offering the cheapest petrol and diesel prices. The country was hit by the biggest weekly rise in fuel prices in at least 18 years after Russia invaded Ukraine. The average price of a liter of petrol on UK forecourts …

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From Goldsithney to Gotham – A Cornish company gets the Batman signal

A Cornish company has gotten the Bat-Signal and as a result there is a bit of Cornwall in the new box office hit The Batman. It’s a case of “Goldsithney to Gotham” for Sailflags, which is based in the village near Penzance. The company, which specializes in flag banners, was …

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Porchlight Music Theater announces host, cast and crew of NEW FACES SING BROADWAY 1947

Porchlight Music Theater has announced its first New Faces Sing Broadway concert of 2022, New Faces Sing Broadway 1947 with host Robin DaSilva, conducted by Adrian Abel Azevedo, music conducted by Linda Madonia and featuring ten promising new talents performing songs from 1947 Broadway season. New Faces Sing Broadway 1947 …

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Cincinnati Opera House Holds Open Casting Call for Supernumerary Roles for 2022 Summer Festival

For anyone who dreams of appearing on the Cincinnati Music Hall stage, the Cincinnati Opera is ready to give you your moment in the spotlight. No singing or acting skills required! The Cincinnati Opera will hold an open casting call for supernumerary roles for the company’s 2022 summer festival. An …

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Carole Galedrige Obituary (1931 – 2022) – “The American Nightingale” Los Altos Resident And , CA

Carole Eileen Larsen GaledrigeApril 28, 1931 – March 8, 2022“The American Nightingale” resident of Los Altos and internationally renowned sopranoFamous soprano Carole Eileen Larsen Galedrige has died at 90“It’s easy to see why they called her ‘The American Nightingale.’ title was bestowed on soprano, Carole Larsen Galedrige, after a Scandinavian …

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‘Sesame Street’ actor Emilio Delgado dies; beloved handyman Luis was 81

Mr. Delgado joined “Sesame Street” in 1971, in its third season, and remained a mainstay of the cast until he left the show in 2016. A Mexican-American whose youth straddled the southern border of the United States, Mr. Delgado served as a role model for millions of Latino children on …

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Cornwall’s current crime hotspot has an anti-social behavior problem

Truro suffered from more crime than any other place in Cornwall in January, according to the latest police figures. According to the national police website (police.uk), 213 crimes were recorded in the city in the first month of the year. The towns with the highest levels of crime over the …

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Opera House on Both Sides of the Bay • St Pete Catalyst

It’s rare for both Tampa Bay Opera companies to hold events on the same weekend. It’s not that the St. Petersburg Opera and the Tampa Opera aren’t on good terms – they are – but that there are a finite number of opera lovers. They have to watch each other’s …

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Tribute to Mullion Church organist and Cornwall teacher, Colin Cooper

A retired music teacher and church organist who overcame adversity by continuing to perform even after a leg amputation, has died aged 85. Colin Cooper had lived in Mullion, but was also formerly from Ruan Minor and had taught at Penzance and St Austell. In 2014 he made the front …

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Peter Norcliff tells interesting experiences and stories in his book, “Norky’s Ramblings”

Peter Norcliff takes readers on intriguing adventures in his autobiography. by Peter Norcliff life has been a series of interesting experiences and stories, which he recounts in his autobiography, “Norky’s ramblings.” The book is meant to be light-hearted and a fun read that documents his life from childhood to old …

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Full Cast and Creative Team Announced for THE LUCKY STAR

Producer Douglas Denoff and 59E59 Theaters have announced the full cast and creative team for The Directors Company’s production of The Lucky Star by Karen Hartman, as part of the inaugural VOLT Festival at 59E59. Directed by Noah Himmelstein (Rooted), The Lucky Star begins previews April 26, 2022 in Theater …

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Frustrated Drivers Express Anger Over Panic Gas Buying

Cornish motorists have been left angry after the apparent panic buying of fuel led to long waits at petrol stations across the county. Long queues are seen in a number of places as people try to stock up ahead of price spikes expected since the start of the war in …

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America and Other Long Lost Villages in Cornwall

The ancient Cornish village of Chysauster, believed to date back to the first century, is well known but of modern villages which disappeared in the Duchy in more recent times. The worldwide success of the kaolin industry in the St Austell area meant its expansion which, unfortunately for many, also …

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A listed townhouse in Cornwall is transformed by an international designer

The three-storey Grade II listed building includes rooftop space and sea views on the top floor The Crooked Townhouse on Chapel Street in Penzance has just come on the market. International interior designer Linda Dannvin has transformed this charming three-storey Grade II listed building, complete with rooftop space and a …

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Dad shocked after opening Tesco vegetables to find coarse parsnip inside

A Tesco shopper and his wife found themselves ‘rolling with laughter’ after finding a parsnip shaped like a man’s genitals in a bag of vegetables, before swallowing it for dinner. Matthew Whitaker, 44, was stunned to pull the phallic parsnip out of the 19p bag of vegetables, which sent his …

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Rail services return to normal after stormy days

Most train services returned to normal on Tuesday after several days of major weather disruption. Storms Dudley, Eunice and Franklin wreaked havoc across Britain as lines were blocked due to flooding and fallen trees. The majority of operators were able to resume regular services on Tuesday, although journeys on some …

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An early 20th century shelter in Cornwall that gave ‘fallen’ women a second chance

The 20th century could be a hostile time for young women. A lack of decent jobs, low social influence and unwanted babies have plagued the lives of many young women in the UK. Cornwall, unfortunately, was no exception. Read more: When overnight trains from Cornwall to London were filled with …

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Wallace Theater Announces Creative Team for Shakespeare in Hollywood | KLBK | KAMC

LEVELLAND, Texas (PRESS RELEASE) — Here is a press release from the Wallace Theatre: The Wallace Theater is bringing in a creative team from New York and the region to launch its first production of the season, Shakespeare in Hollywood! The Wallace invites you to take a look behind the …

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Nilüfer Yanya sings ‘accept this is where you are’ on new single ‘anotherlife’

Nilüfer Yanya has shared a video for her new song, “anotherlife.” The track is from Yanya’s highly anticipated upcoming album, PAINLESS. Full of texture, the track conveys a sense of hope and reassurance. Along with “anotherlife”, Yanya shared a video, set in Sri Lanka and directed by her sister Molly …

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Desert potatoes take the stairs

Reading about Tasmania’s giant trees recently, Catherine Connolly of Manly recalls her own pioneering effort in urban greening: “In the 1970s, when she was working in Saudi Arabia at a military compound, we were in a desert and I longed for some greenery like nothing was growing in the garden …

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Mayors’ charity show takes the stage in March

RESIDENTS are invited to join the Mayor of Basingstoke and Deane for a spectacular evening of unique entertainment. Join Cllr Onnalee Cubitt on her charity show called The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan. The production, which will take place on Saturday March 5 from 7.30pm at The Anvil, …

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DMS students perform Pirates of Penzance Jr. | News

by Dan Mundt Thousands of hours of rehearsal for a performance “The Pirates of Penzance Jr.” was the first musical Tylor Schulte directed as a vocal music teacher at Denison Middle School (DMS) – and, 11 years later, it will be the next. “I thought it would be fun to …

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New bus tickets are a good example of decentralization, says chief

by Milo Perrin Cornwall Council Tory leader Linda Taylor told her cabinet she welcomes the publication of the government’s Leveling Up white paper and pointed to the new integrated bus tickets as a good example of successful devolution . New single day zone tickets were introduced last week to Penzance, …

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Viola Beach’s debut album is available on vinyl for the first time

Viola Beach’s self-titled debut album is released on vinyl for the very first time this week. The nine-track record first came in July 2016 after the Warrington quartet (Kris Leonard, River Reeves, Tomas Lowe and Jack Dakin) and their manager, Craig Tarry, were tragically killed in a road accident in …

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Channel 4 Celebrity Hunted viewers fume after people don’t recognize Padstow

The latest series of Channel 4’s popular Celebrity Hunted is back on our screens – and there’s a familiar area a pair are currently hiding. Made in Chelsea star Ollie Locke and his husband Gareth are among fugitive celebrity pairs on the run from a team of experts trying to …

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Hygiene ratings for every McDonald’s in Cornwall

McDonald’s is arguably the most popular fast food chain in the world with thousands of branches across the UK. Cornwall is no exception with 10 establishments displaying the famous golden arches, meaning you’re never too far from a Big Mac or Chicken Legend. If you’ve ever wondered which is the …

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Kevin Kline to star in American Classic theater-themed show Epix

The comedy follows the ordeals of a Broadway star’s homecoming. Three-time Tony winner Kevin Kline signed on for Epix’s scripted TV comedy American classicwhich will feature a theatrical bent. The series will follow the life of vain Broadway star Richard Bean (Kline) after a spectacular public breakdown. Bean returns home …

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Cornwall Development Applications: Week Ending January 30 | Part 1

Various planning applications have been validated by Cornwall Council and the associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s planning portal. You can search for planning applications, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, application reference, postal code or by a single line of address. There were a lot of …

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Some Cornwall traders will continue to ask customers to wear masks

The rules on wearing a mask in stores have changed again and it is no longer mandatory to wear one. Looking around downtown Truro, there was still plenty of mask-wearing. Many traders also said they would keep screens open to protect their customers and customers and in some cases politely …

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It’s time to launch the next round of votes | Local News

The sounds will be a little different this time around for a choral group from Pauls Valley preparing for their next performance this spring. After a holiday-style program several weeks ago, the nonprofit Garvin County Choral Society and Sinfonietta will hold special auditions next week for a very different kind …

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10 Best Romantic Comedy Movies Turning 10 In 2022

Traditionally, romantic comedies don’t make a lot of money at the box office, but that doesn’t stop Hollywood from churning them out year after year. In fact, one of the coolest things about rom-coms is that they’re able to subvert genres all the time. Sure, they’re always too much but …

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Harry Styles ‘on the hunt for £10million dream property in Cornwall’

The former One Direction star is looking for a new home to get away from it all and be at one with nature on England’s southwest coast after falling in love with the county Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Harry Styles ‘cries’ …

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Dead seagulls strewn on Penzance beach amid dog sickness fears

Thirty seagulls have been found dead on a single beach this week amid fears over bird flu and dogs falling ill after being in the sea. Rachel Gregory was walking her dogs on Tuesday morning (January 18) on Long Rock Beach, near Penzance, when she found several dead seagulls a …

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Mona Warren obituary | Lawyers

My aunt, Mona Warren, who died aged 94, recently recalled how, when she was the only female lawyer in Cornwall in the early 1960s, those who addressed Cornwall Law Society meetings began: “Gentlemen and Miss Warren”. After ill health prevented her from completing a chemistry degree at the University College …

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THE GONDOLIERS at Winter Opera St. Louis

Gina Galati’s Wonderful Winter Opera Company put on a delightful production of Gilbert and Sullivan The Gondoliers. It opened last night at the new Kirkwood Performing Arts Center to a full and warmly responsive audience. The story takes place in 18th century Venice. Set designer Scott Loebl offers us a …

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The beautiful “paradise” islands where wealthy Londoners snap up second homes

Sparkling turquoise seas, soft golden sand that wraps around the islands like an old ring and a quiet presence of a story that includes visits from the Phoenicians, references from the ancient Greeks and his own role in Cornish legends of the king Arthur. Brightly colored exotic wildflowers bloom year-round; …

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Mental patient Jacob Poynton-Whiting stabbed his mother to death after asking for help

A ‘loving, caring and wonderful’ mother has been brutally stabbed to death by her own son after falling into a downward spiral of conspiracy theories and alternative narcotics. Jacob Poynton-Whiting, 22 at the time, on June 22 last year attacked his devoted mother, Sally Poynton, 44, who had cried out …

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Opera Huntsville to Present “Love is Brewing: Opera Favorites on Love” – ​​The Madison Record

HUNTSVILLE – Opera Huntsville will present “Love is Brewing: Opera Favorites on Love”, a free performance at the Fractal Brewing Project and part of the ongoing Opera Bytes series. The performances will take place on Tuesday, February 15 at 6 p.m. “Celebrate the good, the bad and the funny in …

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Do It For Mead Productions presents LES MISADVENTURES DE MISSY BLACK

Do It For Mead Productions will present a staged reading of Riley Anna’s new play, The Misadventures of Missy Black, as part of the Portland Fertile Ground Festival 2022. The reading, directed by Maddie Nguyen, will be available for free streaming in line from January 30 to February 3, 2021. …

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Nine Cornish running routes for everyone from beginners to marathoners

Starting running in January is, at this point, a joke to a lot of people. New Year’s resolutions often feel like they’re made to be broken, with annual photos of crowded gyms in the first week of January, inevitably followed a month later by deserted scenes. But that doesn’t stop …

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Cast are announced for UK premiere of THE REGULARS at Hope Mill Theater LGBTQIA + Arts Festival

The final cast is announced today for ‘The Regulars’, the flagship event of Turn On Fest, the 3rd annual LGBTQIA + festival at Hope Mill Theater. ‘The Regulars’, a folk musical, which is produced and developed by Hope Mill Theater, has the music, lyrics and book by Will Shishmanian, who …

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Ripon farmer says “Veganuary” – here’s why

THE boss of a Ripon-based online meat retailer is urging people to support “Seasonuary” instead of “Veganuary” this month. In recent years, January has been viewed by some as “vegan,” meaning a commitment to a diet free of animal products for the entire month. Read more: Honored New President of …

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Cedar Rapids Opera cancels “Cosi fan tutte”

COVID-19 cited as reason for January production shutdown The Gazette January 3, 2022 3:11 p.m. General Manager Jason Anderson opens the door for guests on October 10, 2020 at the Paramount Theater in Cedar Rapids. A performance of the Cedar Rapids opera slated for later this month at Paramount has …

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Happy New Year for whale and dolphin watching in Cornwall, but leave the wildlife alone, charity warns

This has been a good year for whales and dolphins in Cornwall, but people need to leave the wildlife alone for animal numbers to recover even more, a leading environmental charity has said. The Wildlife Trusts, the parent organization of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, said cetaceans (whales, dolphins, butts) took …

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Little Women and 9 other films with scores by Alexandre Desplat

Throughout his career, French composer Alexandre Desplat has written original scores for everything from famous franchises to works of art and essay. He has also forged partnerships with influential authors like Wes Anderson and Guillermo del Toro. Since winning his first Oscar nomination for Best Original Score in 2007, he …

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Drivers face travel chaos during busiest day on the roads TODAY as Britons make five MILLION trips before Christmas Day

DRIVERS face the chaos of motorway travel today as Britons are expected to make five MILLION trips before Christmas Day. Brits will be caught in ‘Frenzied Festive Friday’ traffic as they embark on trips to spend Christmas with friends and relatives after Covid rules forced many to miss tours 12 …

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Appointments at the Covid Vaccination Center in Cornwall available

Cornwall’s NHS surpassed its goal of vaccinating 50,000 people against COVID-19 last week by putting 55,000 doses into the guns. The goal is part of the desire to offer everyone 18 and over a jab booster before the end of the year. It is also not too late for people …

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What is the shortest day in 2021? Everything you need to know about the winter solstice

It might be five degrees outside and it’s raining all the time, but believe it or not, it’s still fall. This year’s winter solstice will take place on Tuesday, December 21 at 3:58 p.m. GMT in the Northern Hemisphere, marking the first official day of winter. The winter solstice, sometimes …

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MP Derek Thomas opposes ‘divisive’ vaccine passports

A local MP opposed the introduction of mandatory passports for the Covid vaccine and called the decision to apply them a “divisive source”. Derek Thomas, MP for West Cornwall and Isles of Scilly (St Ives), has openly opposed the latest government-imposed Covid rules, which require people to show Covid vaccine …

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Meet the inspiring country heroes of Devon and Cornwall in 2021

Twelve deserving winners – including five from Devon and Cornwall – were selected from a flood of inspiring nominations in the search for the ‘Country Heroes’ of 2021. After a successful start in 2020, the initiative put together by Westcountry farm retailer Mole Valley Farmers once again recognizes and celebrates …

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Reviews | Boris Johnson, facing Omicron and the scandal, is in trouble

There is every sign that the spell Mr Johnson has cast on the country is cracking, that people are waking up to his truth. Latest polls show the Conservative Party is sliding towards second place while Mr. Johnson approval ratings continue their descent. It has been a long time since …

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A taste of island life on the Scillies

Print and digital download photos available For a few moments I caught a magnificent Northern Gannet in the black circle of my binocular vision and followed it as it soared higher into a clear blue sky above St Martin in the Isles of Scilly. Its long, snow-white wings with their …

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Bristol Riverside Theater rings during holidays with music – thereporteronline

BOROUGH OF BRISTOL >> The Bristol Riverside Theater (120 Radcliffe Street) is bringing back a holiday favorite and welcoming audiences home this holiday season. “An American Christmas Songbook,” the theater-to-theater’s first concert since 2019, brings audiences together December 9-19 for a heartwarming evening of Christmas carols and favorite songs performed …

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Montol Winter Solstice Festival returns to Penzance in December

The Montol Winter Solstice Festival is back! (Photo: Robert Erskine) The traditional Montol winter solstice festivities will return to Penzance this year. The carnival event was canceled last year due to Covid but will return to the city of West Cornwall in December, offering the usual mix of light, joy …

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THE THEATER PODCAST with Alan Seales hosts Sierra Boggess and Julian Ovenden

Exclusive Podcast: Theater Podcast with Alan Seales Welcomes You Sierra Bogges and Julien Fournier for his last episode. Broadway and West End stars Sierra Bogges and Julien Fournier have come together with a new album of classic and contemporary Broadway duets. Sierra Bogges is best known for playing the role …

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UpFront: Promising signs to come in Rugby League – TotalRL.com | Express rugby league

As Garry Schofield points out in his Pulling No Punches column, we are still waiting for answers regarding the larger vision for the direction Rugby League is going in the long term. But the finer details of the next twelve months, culminating with the World Cup between October 15 and …

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Veteran actor Rodger McDonald to perform in THE JANE AUSTEN EVENING

A theater staple in the greater Sacramento area for over twenty-seven years, veteran director and actor Rodger McDonald will honor the Lincoln Civic Auditorium stage on December 11 as unique eccentric characters Sir Walter Elliot and Admiral Croft in the Placer Repertory Theater performance of the new piece Persuasion presented …

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Irish London mainstay Ollie Hoskins still in seventh heaven after shock appeal to Australia

Ollie Hoskins is still in seventh heaven after Australia’s shocking call as Irish prop from London enjoys dreamy second-level trip to Twickenham Ollie Hoskins is still accepting his surprise appeal from Australia Stubborn London Irishman’s reaction to his selection has gone viral online Hoskins moved from Perth to London in …

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Fewer delays for passengers thanks to pilot of £ 4million Network Rail management system

Network Rail’s new £ 4million pilot project saw the integration of their traffic management system with GWR’s crew and inventory management system. A first for the UK rail industry, the pilot project is an excellent example of prioritizing passenger and freight users by integrating Worldline ‘Intergrale’ crew and stock software …

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Kendal theater group to hold first show since pandemic

A Kendal-based COMMUNITY theater group rehearses for their first show since the start of the pandemic. Next week, the Kendal Gilbert and Sullivan Society will host its first performance since the start of the pandemic. The group will perform ‘Trail by Jury’ at St. George’s Church, Kendal on Saturday December …

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Huge train disruption as services suspended after falling trees and debris

Several train services were suspended this morning due to strong and powerful winds. Storm Arwen is currently raging and has already caused disruption overnight with hundreds of homes are without electricity. Train services have now been suspended between Bristol Temple Meads and Taunton in the northbound direction as well as …

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WAFL 2021: Former Peel Thunder midfielder Michael Randall could start preseason despite testing positive

Suspended Peel footballer Michael Randall could start preseason training next month if he receives the same penalty applied to Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne in 2017. Payne was banned from driving for four weeks after testing positive for phentermine, a banned weight loss drug. Randall was suspended for the last …

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Cornwall Planning Applications: Week ending November 21 | Part 3

Various planning applications have been validated by Cornwall Council and associated documents can be viewed online on the Council’s website. planning portal. You can search for planning requests, decisions, appeals and executions by keyword, request reference, postal code or by a single address line. There were a lot of nominations, …

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Ouachita students take top honors in NATS regional competition

Three students from Ouachita Baptist University were honored at the Southern Region Conference of the National Association of Singing Teachers (NATS) held November 12-13 at the University of the South from Mississippi to Hattiesburg. Erin Bagley, a major junior in musical theater from White Oak, TX, took second place in …

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Enjoy only 48 hours in Cornwall

Cornwall is full of so many unique and wonderful towns and villages and offers both residents and visitors. But have you ever wondered how to make the most of just 48 hours here? Maybe you’re visiting for a weekend, or you’re a resident looking for a local getaway. Anyway, we’ve …

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Holiday Pop Spot, Christmas Tree Market and more

Big Brothers Big Sisters will be hosting a Free Pickle Power Party from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on December 11 at Bowlero in Midland on December 11. The address of the bowling alley is 5320 W. East Loop 250 North in Midland. “We are accepting reservations for anyone who …

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Ah, Henri! It’s not a bull, this steer is fat

Henry the Ox with his human, Shelly McMahon. ROGER WILLIAMS / FLORIDA WEEKLY No bull! It’s not a bull: The heaviest Holstein currently living in Florida or the United States could be a 5-year-old long-tongue, soft-eyed southern Fort Myers cattle named Henry, a sort of sweetheart who is 6 feet, …

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Bayfield artists update classic with a twist – The Durango Herald

Claudius, played by Peyton Cordova, prays as Hamlet (Charlie O’Hair), center, tries to tell his late father, Bob (Don Ledvina), that he doesn’t want to kill his uncle. (Courtesy of Mélanie Mazur) ‘Hamlet Hears a Who’ combines Shakespeare, Dr. Seuss Taking William Shakespeare’s longest play, “The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince …

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Person hit by train near Exeter as delays continue

Great Western Railway confirmed that a person was struck by a train between Exeter St Davids and Newton Abbot. Network Rail West confirmed the news in a tweet, stating that emergency services remained on the scene. The the incident happened shortly after 4:30 p.m. on the slopes Powderham Park, with …

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11 parish councils oppose Helston Hospital Cross business park

Parish councils representing more than 9,500 people living in the villages surrounding Helston have joined forces in an “unprecedented” move to oppose a proposed commercial park on the outskirts of town. A full planning application has been submitted to build a park comprising a McDonald’s, Aldi, The Range and Costa …

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North Devon is officially in full bloom

The towns of North Devon are flourishing wonderfully – this is the verdict of the judges at South West in Bloom. City teams from across the region traveled to Weston-Super-Mare on Thursday, October 7 to see if they had won a silver medal, a silver medal or the coveted gold. …

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