Oriental dances

The Soft Moon’s Luis Vasquez Discusses Influences Behind New Album “Exister”

To exist is the first of Luis Vasquez sweet moon album in four years, and while he’s still working under the umbrella of gothic dance music, it’s a different record than he’s ever done before. Returning to California after living in Berlin, Vasquez wrote and recorded the album in Joshua …

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Where you’ve seen the cast of The Serpent Queen before

Samantha Morton plays the Serpent Queen herself, Catherine de’ Medici, and the actor’s role as the Machiavellian Medici isn’t his first turn at wearing a crown. In 2007, Morton played the unfortunate Scottish queen Mary Stuart in “Elizabeth: The Golden Age”. She has also appeared in a number of other …

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Moon-themed Jazz Festival in Pangkor from October 7

IF JAZZ is what you dream of, don’t miss the Pangkor Island Jazz Festival 2022. Inspired by the popular jazz number Fly Me to the Moon, jazz lovers are invited to the inaugural event at Sungai Pinang Kecil on Pangkor Island in Perak. The festival runs from October 7 to …

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Sharkiat by Fathy Salama will give a Cinema Electronica 2 concert – Music – Arts & Culture

“We will be playing new compositions that I recently wrote specifically for this concert, including a piece that I named ‘Zanfool’. This concert will be different in terms of an original electronic approach,” the winner revealed on Sunday. a Grammy Award to Ahram Online. Cinema Electronica 2 will feature new …

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Olivia Culpo leaves NYFW to watch Christian McCaffrey’s Panthers

She arrived! Olivia Culpo touched down in North Carolina on Sunday for the NFL’s 2022 season opener with boyfriend Christian McCaffrey, hours after attending New York Fashion Week. “From the plane to the game! Go Christian! the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit alum, 30, gushed about the Panthers star, 26, in an …

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W♥M: The Dispute

Acclaimed post-hardcore band the dispute announced their delayed ten-year anniversary tour to celebrate their landmark 2011 record, Wildlife. The quintet will perform the Fine Line in Minneapolis on October 2. sweet pill and Pictoria Vark open. 9.15.22 – Grand Rapids, MI – Pyramid Scheme 9.16.22 – Pontiac, MI – Crofoot …

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A Tale of Two Las Vegas Luxury Pool Experiences

The new benchmark for Las Vegas Dayclubs Jonx Pillemer The best months for a trip to Las Vegas are April/May and September/October. Despite its desert setting, the winter months can be quite cold. And the summer months are incredibly hot. These spring and fall windows are ideal for enjoying the …

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‘No regrets in life’: Gazi Mazharul Anwar in his latest interview with The Daily Star

Legendary lyricist, director, producer and screenwriter Gazi Mazharul Anwar died at 6.30am today. He composed over twenty thousand songs during his illustrious career. Three of his songs are on the BBC’s list of the twenty best Bangla songs of all time. On his 78th birthday, The Daily Star interviewed multi-time …

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The Eternal Light of Music by Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin – The Irish Times

“How can we live well with each other?” Helen Phelan, newly appointed director of the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance at the University of Limerick and widow of Micheál Ó Suilleabháin, describes her late husband’s philosophy of life. “He embodied the space between the worlds: the musical and …

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Anti-warrant doctor running for Wellington City Council

provided Dr Ate Moala outside Parliament on the day of a Freedom & Rights Coalition protest in 2021. Dr Ate Moala, a candidate for Wellington City Council, has links to anti-mandate groups, the Freedom & Rights Coalition and New Zealand Doctors Speaking Out with Science (NZDSOS). Moala, who is a …

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League of Chicago Theaters Presents Fall 2022 Productions from Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Teatro Vista and More

Chicago will continue to produce some of the country’s most exciting works this fall. Offerings from the city’s more than 250 production theaters include a wide variety of plays and musicals, as well as comedy, dance, festivals, and more. For a complete list of Chicago productions, including a guide to …

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Liu Yu: A young artist who inherits the heritage of Chinese culture

In the spring of 2021, CHUANG 2021, a Chinese idol survival show produced by Tencent, came to the publicattention. It focused on international cultural exchanges and communications among 90 contestants from all over the world and aimed to form a boy group of 11 Chinese and foreign members. Liu Yu, …

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Socialites and celebrities congratulate K1 on its 50th anniversary

Fuji maestro, Wasiu Ayinde, aka K1 of Ultimate, beamed with joy at the event to celebrate his 50th birthday on stage on Friday 19th August 2022, at Oriental Hotel, Lekki, Lagos. Dressed in matching white outfits with his new wife, Emmanuela Ropo, they both walked around the vast room, greeting …

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Where are the best places to travel in Spain? See what the locals are saying

Spain is one of the most visited countries in the world, attracting more than 83 million travelers in 2019, according to the United Nations World Tourism Organization. In terms of international arrivals, this puts it just behind France. But Spaniards are also frequent travelers in their own country, with nearly …

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WATCH: BTS’s Jungkook transforms into a handsome vampire in latest concept film for upcoming pictorial project

On August 17, BIGHIT MUSIC released a new concept film for BTS’s Jungkook’s New Project – Me, Myself and Jungkook ‘Time Difference’ Special 8 Photo-Folio and the visuals are extremely strong! Dressed in a vintage outfit, Jungkook subtly mimics a vampire with things like fire and more added to the …

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India’s freedom struggle is a palette of all colors

We grew up learning that it was revolts, marches and protests that were an integral part of India’s freedom struggle. However, much of the resistance and revolution began with the creative productions of music, dance and painting. Art has been a powerful tool of dissent and revolution. Many musicians, painters …

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inside the secret club of chefs who cook for world leaders

It’s mid-July in Madrid, and on the terrace of the Mandarin Oriental Ritz, where the temperature is approaching 40°C, Sergio de la Plata, chef of the hotel’s Palm Court restaurant, is giving the hottest gazpacho lesson intimidating with his life. Around his counter are the heads of the presidents, prime …

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Popular celebrity vacation spots you must visit at least once

Nashville, Tennessee is fun, laid back and, of course, a bit country. The city has become increasingly popular for its restaurants, nightlife and lack of paparazzi. It helped attract Hollywood crowds including Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, reality TV star Kristin Cavallari (per Grazia) and HGTV’s Christina Hall, who fell …

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My Wellington: Actress Susie Berry on not drinking coffee in the capital

JUAN ZARAMA PERINI/Stuff Susie Berry enjoys her afternoon at Customs Café, Wellington. Susie Berry is an actress and makeup artist with a passion for dancing, whether it’s a boogie at her favorite bar or classes to clear her head. After studying English, acting and philosophy, Berry moved to Wellington to …

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Selling things online is the new garage sale

August 13 is apparently National Garage Sale Day. I don’t know who invented it, but more power to them. However, we live in modern times and selling your unwanted items online can be much more profitable. So if you don’t feel like posting in the heat of dawn until the …

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Suprasl 2022: End of the World Assembly of Orthodox Youth

Over 90 young people and youth workers from 22 countries participated in “Suprasl 2022: A Global Gathering of Orthodox Youth”, an international gathering held at the Orthodox Academy of the Monastery of the Annunciation, Poland, from July 18 to 24, 2022. Participants explored the theme “Go and Bear Fruit,” based …

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Vibe for the oud – Culture – Al-Ahram Weekly

Michael Onsy’s Halet Oud project – which could be translated as Mood for Oud – focuses on the artist’s instrument, the oud, through which he expresses his thoughts and emotions in unique creative gestures supported by other instrumentalists. More recently, on July 21, the public was able to discover the …

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Inauguration of a new Asian superstore in Bicester

A new supermarket is due to open for a ‘soft launch’ after construction delays pushed back the original opening date. Village Super, an Asian hypermarket will open its doors on Saturday July 30 from 11 a.m., in the Bicester Shopping Park. A spokesperson promoting the opening on Facebook said: ‘It’s …

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German pianist Gina Alice Redlinger shines with her own light

Warmth and luminosity are what German pianist Gina Alice Redlinger hopes to present to her audience during her first recital in Shanghai on August 14 at the Shanghai Oriental Art Center. Turning 28 next month, Redlinger is probably best known as the wife of famed Chinese pianist Lang Lang. But …

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Double jacks jack the world! The world’s best DJ “Afrojack” descends on DiscoverFeed Metaverse!!

TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DiscoverFeed (HQ: Minato-ku, Tokyo), a company that builds metaverse spaces by scanning clubs around the world in 3D and distributes music from DJs around the world, hosts the world’s best DJ “Afrojack” and launches popular Seoul nightclub open beta metaverse “Virtual Oriental Jack” on Friday, July 22, 2022. DiscoverFeed …

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Paolo Ballesteros’ Tikbalang design unveiled at Binibining Pilipinas National Costume Show 2022

MANILA, Philippines — The top eight Binibinis who walked the stage at last Saturday’s national costume show held at the New Frontier Theater included contestants with the loudest cheers. It started with a nostalgic entrance to a favorite childhood memory of chasing after the taho vendor and ended with a …

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The Charms of South Korea: Stunning Views, Seafood, and a Purple Island in Jeollanam-do

SOUTH KOREA – Standing at the edge of the fortress wall, I have a splendid view of an ancient folk village illuminated at golden hour. I traveled back in time to Naganeupseong Folk Village, reputed to be the best-preserved fortress town in South Korea. Its 200 inhabitants live in houses …

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‘On Gold Mountain:’ A New Opera in a Unique Performance

Comment Opera is a very Western art form. Born in Italy in the 1500s, it flourished in the royal courts and lavish theaters of Western Europe for centuries to come. In the 20th century, some of the greatest opera companies in the world were born in the United States, which …

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Donald James McGrory, 73, of West Stockbridge

Donald James McGrory, 73, of West Stockbridge died on April 8, 2022. Donald James McGrory. Son of Donald and Francis McGrory, Don was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. Don was a passionate and respected blues musician. As a young man, his love for delta blues began, naturally, in his …

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Bird watching and swing dancing: Egyptian adventure app ‘Shouf’ promises something new

Bird watching and swing dancing: Egyptian adventure app ‘Shouf’ promises something new Image Credit: Shouf When visiting Egypt, most think of the ever-imposing Great Pyramids of Giza, or their distinguished neighbor, the Sphinx. Others may think of the country’s white shores and turquoise seas. After all, Egypt is a …

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Gourmet gold: 10 restaurants that turned Dahab into Sinai’s Flavortown

Gourmet gold: 10 restaurants that turned Dahab into Sinai’s Flavortown Image credit: Sada El Balad There is an alluring mystique behind the Egyptian city of Dahab (Gold), which makes it a popular destination for most visitors, local and foreign. Originally a fishing town based in the Sinai Peninsula, Dahab …

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Live streaming gets smart on the knowledge business

A live-streaming project promoting local culture, crafts and products caught the attention of an audience in Nanchong, Sichuan Province in June. LI TAO/FOR CHINA DAILY Due to changes in academic tutoring, the education giant is looking to new growth points with e-commerce. But is it sustainable? Browsing through China’s countless …

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Traditional pipa concert in Beijing, mixing classics and modern jazz

Photo: Courtesy of Fang Xiao Sunday evening saw a special concert featuring the pipa, a traditional Chinese stringed instrument. In addition to classical pieces, the music also involved more modern jazz sounds. The concert opened with a piece for pipa ensemble entitled Dream into Jiangnan. The music is based on …

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Theater Critic: Scenes from a Yellow Peril, Auckland Theater Company

Nathan Joe, writer and actor of Auckland Theater Company’s Scenes from a Yellow Peril. Picture / Crown Andi Last year, Auckland Theater Company attracted attention for its production of Single Asian Female – a landmark show for diversity as it was the company’s first with three female Asian leads, but …

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4th of July Celebration in Steeleville

FRIDAY JULY 1 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Opening of the food stands, opening of the raffle stand 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Carnival rides, armband evening 7pm-11pm Music by Miranda Bury SATURDAY JULY 2 1 p.m. Senior Legion Baseball vs. Harrisburg 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Opening of the food stands, opening of the raffle …

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Zhang Jun, Chinese Indian classical dancer who inspired generations in China

Friction between India and China took a back seat for a while here as large numbers of Chinese flocked to a scintillating spectacle of classical Indian dance performances to pay a moving tribute to Zhang Jun, the legendary Chinese dancer of Bharatanatyam, Kathak and Odissi. Smriti – A concert …

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Senior Calendar – Week of June 27 to July 1 – Brainerd Dispatch

The center 803 Kingwood Street, Brainerd 218-829-9345 TheBrainerdCenter.com and on Facebook Monday 7am-4pm – Exercise rooms 8am-12pm – Card recycling 8am-4pm – Prayer Quilters 9 a.m. – Golf – Cragun’s 9am-11am – Tennis, Gregory Park Courts 9am-11am – Ann’s advice 9:30 a.m. – Mahjong lesson 9:30 a.m. – Legal Aid …

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It’s OK to be single

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Twilight in Delhi: A Novel

By Ahmad Ali First published by Hogarth Press, London 1940. Delhi inspired many poets who were in love with the city both good and bad, both in its flourishing and its ruins. “Humne maana ki dakkan mein hai bahut qadre sukhan; Kaun jaaye Zauq par Dilli ki galiyan chhod kar” …

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New women-led tour in Cambodia puts women in the spotlight | Travel

I nervously sipping my glass of champagne, unsure of protocol when meeting Cambodian royalty. But the princess quickly puts me at ease, her jewelry tinkling to the music as we shake hands. This chatty lunch at Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh is one of many surprising stops on …

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Queer and trans musicians of color launch new festival in Seattle

A brand new Seattle music festival is kicking off this weekend, to kick off LGBTQ Pride Month. The creators say they haven’t seen queer and trans-centric people of color at other festivals, so they created their own. Twinkling lights overhead and a row of guitars on the wall, the band …

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11 things to do in Milwaukee this weekend: June 3-5

1. Art 64: Live Painting Tournament FRIDAY AND SATURDAY | VILLAGE OF TOSA Art lovers can see brand new creations come to life in real time at ART 64, a bracket-style live painting tournament. Attendees will be able to stroll through the village of Tosa to find 64 artists painting …

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UK hoteliers jubilant for Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Between June 2 and 5, the UK will celebrate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, the 70th anniversary of her coronation, with a four-day holiday. No other British monarch reigned so long; Queen Victoria, who spent 64 years as monarch, was second in line to the throne. Events, parties, …

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He saw her at the pool and decided to jump in

David Martinous wanted to know who Cynthia McCorkindale was after he saw her do a swan dip in the pool at the Little Rock apartment complex. He asked around to find out her identity and in doing so learned that she was dating a guy he knew. Towards the end …

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Biliran welcomes the adoption of a law creating a cultural center and a museum

INHERITANCE. The provincial capital of Biliran in Naval, Biliran. On Friday, May 27, 2022, local officials welcomed the passing of a law establishing the Biliran Cultural Center and Museum to help promote the cultural heritage of the country’s fourth smallest province. (Photo courtesy of Biliran Island PH) TACLOBAN CITY – …

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3000 guests attend Asian Festival 2022

INDIANAPOLIS: More than 3,000 guests showed up for the family-friendly Asian festival and more than 300 performers and artists captivated the guests with their dynamic cultural activities, including dances. Thirty volunteers did their job with dedication. Besides culture, arts and music, there were free health fairs and fun activities for …

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Badia Masabani: the force behind modern belly dancing in Egypt

Badia Masabani: the force behind modern belly dancing in Egypt image via tutor With a heart for dance and a soul for art, Badia Masabani was the pioneer of modern belly dancing in Egypt. In the throes of 1920s Cairo, dance halls and stages saw Masabani, the actress, singer …

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KUWTT: Villar and Zubiri candidates for the presidency of the Senate | May 19, 2022

Have a good day. Here are the Manila Times Top Stories for May 19, 2022. READ: Villar and Zubiri to run for Senate president THE presidency of the Senate will be a fight between Senator Juan Miguel “Migz” Zubiri and Senator Cynthia Villar, Senator Juan Edgardo “Sonny” Angara said Wednesday, …

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Don’t miss Tango Legends company concerts in Cairo and Alexandria – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Sat 21, 8 p.m.: The National Arab Music Ensemble performs songs by the late singer and composer Mohamed Abdel-Wahab. American University in Cairo Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud Hall New Cairo Campus, room 2175, tel. 02 2615 2694 …

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Don’t miss Austrian duo Aliada’s concerts in Cairo and Alexandria – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Sun 15, 8 p.m.: The Talent Development Center concert. American University in Cairo Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud Hall New Cairo Campus, room 2175, tel. 02 2615 2694 Malak Gabr Arts Theater Mon 16, 7 p.m.-9 p.m.: The …

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Meet Leila Haddad, the Queen of Bellydance

What strikes you the most when you meet the enigmatic Leila Haddad are those intricate braids that cascade over her shoulders and are adorned with shiny threads and metallic rings. A single cowrie dangles from one of the braids in the center of her forehead. Dressed in a pink and …

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Tannoura pioneer – Life – Al-Ahram Weekly

Tannoura, an Arabic word meaning “skirt” in English, is a traditional folk dance in which a dancer spins continuously accompanied by secular or religious songs called tawasheeh, usually a mixture of Quranic verses and classical poetry. Tannoura is common in many Islamic countries, particularly Egypt and Turkey, and traditionally it …

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Kilmore Art Expo street championships draw record crowds

Kilmore Art Expo celebrated the work of artists during its weekend at Kilmore Soldiers Memorial Hall. Pictured is Rotary Club of Southern Mitchell President Steve Ansell with artist Jacinta Stevens in front of her artwork ‘In Light of Our Differences’. By Colin MacGillivray The ORGANIZERS of Kilmore Art Expo and …

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Upcoming Local Events – Del Mar Times

The children’s book author will host a story time event on April 30 at Flower Hill Promenade Come join Millicent as she experiences weird and wonderful adventures, making new friends along the way. “Weird Millicent” author and illustrator Mel Clarkston will host a story hour and book signing at Flower …

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The making of a temple | Johnstown magazine

Some of you may have attended a craft show, wedding reception, prom or other event at the Masonic Temple, a majestic building that sits along Valley Pike. If you’re old enough, you might even remember going to teen dances on Saturday nights. But what is it exactly? The Masonic Temple …

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Finding a special pleasure in Parisian restaurants

To say I love the food would be a gross understatement. When I travel the world, in addition to enjoying the happy discovery of established and new restaurants, I can often be found wandering the aisles of markets, both formal indoor markets and outdoor farmers’ markets, even when I don’t …

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Don’t miss Mazaher Ensemble’s concert at TCC – Theater – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Sun 10, 9.30 p.m.: The Set of Arab musical heritage in a repertoire of classical Arabic songs. Beit Al SeheimiAl-Muaaz St, Al-Darb Al-Asfar Alley, Al-Gamalya District, Tel 02 2787 8865Every Sunday, 7 p.m.: La Troupe du Nil for folk instruments, …

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The best luxury hotels in Tokyo [2022 Guide]

Japan is renowned for exceptional service and hospitality, with a deeply rooted “omotenashi” culture that sees customers treated with the utmost respect permeating all aspects of life. However, Tokyo’s top luxury hotels – exquisite, upscale addresses dotted around famous neighborhoods such as Shinjuku, Akasaka, and Ginza – really take it …

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Amira Saleem celebrates the first anniversary of the Golden Pharaoh Parade

Award-winning soprano Amira Saleem celebrated the first anniversary of her participation in the Golden Pharaoh’s Parade on Instagram. Saleem said the day was historic as it represented 7,000 years of civilization, and it felt like a tribute to all of Egypt’s heritage. In addition, she recalled the time of rehearsals …

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Roots of Jazz in Waupaca

The series includes live music, an interactive exhibition, a film, talks By Robert Cloud A silent auction will be held for the art of Doris Weed during Roots of Jazz in Waupaca. Roots of Jazz will present a special series of live performances, talks, paintings, a play and a film …

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Don’t miss Yehia Khalil’s jazz concert at the Cairo Opera House – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Sun 3, 9:30 p.m.: The Coptic hymn troupe, led by Diaa Sabry. Beit Al SeheimiAl-Muaaz St, Al-Darb Al-Asfar Alley, Al-Gamalya District, Tel 02 2787 8865Every Sunday, 7 p.m.: La Troupe du Nil for folk instruments, conducted by Abdel-Rahman Al-Shafaaiperforms Upper …

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Don’t miss ‘Love and Revenge’ concerts in Cairo and Alexandria – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Thursday 24, 8 p.m.: The Set of Arab musical heritage performs classic Arabic songs. Beit Al SeheimiAl-Muaaz St, Al-Darb Al-Asfar Alley, Al-Gamalya District, Tel 02 2787 8865Every Sunday, 7 p.m.: La Troupe du Nil for folk instruments, conducted by Abdel-Rahman …

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Group of workers to petition for wage hike in Central Visayas

Fuel prices sold at this gas station in Minglanilla, Cebu soared to P84 in the latest oil price hike implemented nationwide. | CDN Photo Digital File CEBU CITY, Philippines — A petition to increase wages in Central Visayas will be filed this Monday, March 21. The Trades Union Congress of …

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Strictly Come Dancing’s new UK tour arrives at Grimsby Auditorium

The stars of Strictly Come Dancing are hitting the road again – and coming to Grimsby for a new tour promising to take fans behind the scenes of the hit show. Strictly Presents: Keeep Dancing will feature Strictly 2020 finalist and EastEnders star Maisie Smith, as well as Strictly 2021 …

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Don’t miss superstar singer Angham’s concert at the Cairo Opera House – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Thursday 17, 8 p.m.: The National Arabic music the ensemble performs songs by Abdel-Wahab. Fri 6, 8 p.m.: “Welcome Ramadan” concert Abu Sharar troupe of religious songs from Syria. Sat 19, 8 p.m.: Egybadour tape and Mohamed Abou-Zeid. Thursday 24, …

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The country’s best young dancers perform in Baku [PHOTO]

March 14, 2022 13:15 (UTC+04:00) 656 By Laman Ismayilova Some of the best young dancers in the country showed their skills at the Baku Dance Championship. The competition was co-organized by Azerbaijan Youth Union (AYU) and Azerbaijan Dance Association (ADA) to find talented soloists, ensembles and exchange experiences among dancers. …

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Bukidnon’s month-long ‘Kaamulan’ festival resumes after 2 years

Kaamulan Festival Street Dance Competition 2017 (Courtesy of One Happy Story Photography/Kaamulan Festival Facebook) CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – After two years, the “Kaamulan” Festival in Bukidnon will resume from March 23 to April 23. In a telephone interview on Saturday, Provincial Tourism Officer Butch Anthony Melendez said the month-long …

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Why Minnesotans Love ‘Squid Game’, BTS and Everything Else

If you’ve been swooning over BTS, shopping for beauty products at Soko Glam, binge-watching “Squid Game,” or starving for kimbap, you’ve contributed to one of today’s hottest trends. Hallyu, which translates to “Korean Wave” and refers to South Korea’s cultural industry, has swept across America. No age group is immune …

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2022 Hawaii Triennial highlights local culture in global exposure

But unlearning paradise has precedent in Chiu’s practice, as evidenced by “Paradise Now?: Contemporary Art from the Pacific,” the 2004 exhibition she curated at the Asia Society and Museum in New York. Rethinking Hawai’i beyond the prism of leisure intervenes in what scholar Edward Said has described as the Western …

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Accordion group concert at El-Sawy Culturewheel is a must – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Thursday 10, 8 p.m.: “Welcome Ramadan” concert Al Hadra Sufi singing troupe. Fri 11, 8 p.m.: The Abdel Halim Noweira The ensemble performs songs by Umm Kolthoum. Thursday 17, 8 p.m.: The National Arabic music the ensemble performs songs by …

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Nazen Merjian Obituary – The Providence Journal

July 20, 1932 – February 14, 2022 Born in 1885, Nazen Merjian’s maternal grandmother, Calliope Dolmajian, lived in a village near Bursa in what was then the Ottoman Empire. At the age of twenty, she married and, between 1906 and 1911, she gave birth to three children, a boy and …

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Baku will host the dance championship [PHOTO]

February 23, 2022 2:34 p.m. (UTC+04:00) 490 By Laman Ismayilova Azerbaijan Youth Union (AYU) and Azerbaijan Dance Association (ADA) are pleased to announce the Baku Dance Championship. The competition will take place at the Rashid Behbudov National Song Theater on March 6. Speaking about the Baku Dance Championship, chairman of …

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Moscow on Ice company presents Cinderella and Swan Lake ballets at the opera – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Thursday 17, 8 p.m.: The Cairo Opera Company in a program of Valentine’s Day songs. Fri 6, 8 p.m.: Singer Noha Hafez in a concert of classical Arabic songs. Sun 20, 8 p.m.: The National Arab Music Ensemble performs songs …

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Best Late-Night Bars and Clubs in Chicago

Hey Chicagoans, are you ready for a whole new year of music, jamming, live DJs, and late-night dance parties? Well, we certainly are. With spring dancing around the corner, it’s time to update our list of nightlife spots. So, check out our favorite late-night bars and nightclubs in Chicago, and …

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Celebrate the Chinese Year of the Tiger at Robin Hill, Isle of Wight

WITH a dazzling array of award-winning illuminations and entertainment, Spirit of the Orient will burst into light every night from February 18-26 to celebrate the Year of the Tiger. Follow the floating lanterns to the top of the ancient forest and see the entrance to the Chinese New Year show. …

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Ten things to do for free in Denver this week

Click to enlarge Love is in the air. Downtown Denver To start the week off right, head to the downtown Denver ice rink: although skating there is always free, on Valentine’s Day you won’t need to pay for equipment. This is just the start of the great free activities in …

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14 highly anticipated new luxury hotels to open in Asia in 2022

Want to know which new hotels will open in Asia in 2022? Despite the Omicron wave, countries are eager to open borders to bring tourists back and boost economies that have been hit hard by the pandemic. If you’ve been fully vaccinated and feel like traveling, consider quarantine-free travel bubbles …

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Lunar New Year Celebrations: Residents of Baton Rouge Usher in the Year of the Tiger | Entertainment

February 1 marked the start of the Lunar New Year. This holiday is celebrated by the Asian community around the world, including many in Baton Rouge. This year resonates deeply here as we welcome the Year of the Tiger. For those not celebrating the holidays, consider combining your birthday, 4th …

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Don’t miss Mona Burkhardt’s concert at the Cairo Opera House – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Amir Bashtak Palace Al-Muaaz Street, tel. 02 2787 9187 Thursday 10, 7 p.m.: A concert of classical Arabic music with singers Said Osman and Dahlia Adel. American University in Cairo New Cairo Campus, room 2175, tel. 02 2615 2694 Malak Gabr Arts Theater Mon 14, 1-2 p.m.: Travel back in …

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THE SPIRIT OF THE ORIENT TO CELEBRATE THE YEAR OF THE TIGER AT ROBIN HILL – Island Echo

The Isle of Wight’s biggest Chinese New Year event returns to Robin Hill in February, as Spirit of the Orient celebrates the Year of the Tiger. With a dazzling array of award-winning illuminations and entertainment, Spirit of the Orient will burst into light every night from February 18-26, 2022. Follow …

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Meet Entertainer, Socialite, Multitalented Singer! Hannah Oyin Fakoya

Oyin is a multi-talented entertainment personality based in Lagos, Nigeria. Read Oyin’s full biography, age and career. Oyin Biography Hannah Oyin Fakoya (popularly known as Oyin) is a German-born Nigerian singer, songwriter, producer, model and cultural ambassador. The blonde bombshell from a mid-sized town in one of West Germany’s most …

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Residents of Banbury nursing home celebrate Chinese New Year

Homemade decorations to celebrate Chinese New Year Submitted by Barchester Healthcare Staff and residents of Glebefields Care Home in Drayton, Banbury, Oxfordshire, were welcomed into the Year of the Tiger with a day of celebrations and activities. Inspired by Chinese culture and traditions, the house was decorated with lanterns and …

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Oriental party to celebrate Chinese New Year at Southport Nursing Home

Residents celebrate Chinese New Year Submitted by Sutton Grange Care Home To celebrate Chinese New Year, staff and residents were welcomed into the Year of the Tiger with a day of celebrations and activities at Sutton Grange Care Home in Banks, Southport. Inspired by Chinese culture and traditions, the house …

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Don’t miss Tablet El Set’s concert at El-Sawy Culturewheel – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

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Thai folk dance xoe from Vietnam has just been added to the list of Intangible Cultural Heritages of Humanity by UNESCO. The United Nations cultural agency announced this recognition during its 16th session, which was held in Paris (France) on December 15. No less than 2013 people perform xoe, a …

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In the land of blue hats, beautiful brunette girls wearing tights and toe-shaped shoes that match their complexion appear to be taking off during a recent rehearsal of “Houston’s Urban Nutcracker”. They leap in the air and spin around the ground effortlessly. Their bright smiles capture the joy of the …

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