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Utada Hikaru announces new album, streaming concert

J-pop megastar’s new album is available for pre-order now, will include anime themes Evangelion and To Your Eternity. Utada hikaru has pretty much achieved the ideal situation in terms of creative freedom for a musician, with star power such that no one can pressure the singer to write new songs, …

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Company of the week: Plomberie J et K | WIVT

BINGHAMTON, NY – J and K Plumbing and Heating is the Greater Binghamton Chamber’s Business of the Week. J and K was founded by William Jones in 1948 in a barn on Thorp Street in Binghamton. Today in its 4th generation, the family business still has its headquarters in Thorp. …

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Joseph J. Nemes, Jr. – centraljersey.com

Joseph J. “Joe” Nemes, Jr., of Plainsboro, NJ, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Friday, October 29, 2021. Born in Manville, New Jersey, Joe’s family moved to a farm in Skillman, where he drove the family’s tractor and did a lot of farming as a teenager. He went to …

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Here are your nominees for the 2021 J Awards! – Music news

November is Ausmusic Month, which means it’s time to celebrate the best in Australian music! Now in their 17th year, the J Awards celebrate originality, creativity, technical excellence and Australian music that has blown our minds and ears throughout 2021. There are 30 nominees divided into five categories: Australian Album …

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10 obscure but fun anime clubs every fan wants to join

Clubs are a staple of high school anime. Shows such as Haikyuu! and To free! follow sports clubs, while many slice-of-life anime look into more specialized areas of interest, such as the Art Club of Don’t play with me Miss Nagatoro !, the classic literature club of Hyouka, and the …

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Edward J. Shockley Sr., Lewes Patriarch

Edward J. Shockley Sr., 93, of Lewes died early in the morning of Thursday, October 14, 2021, from complications from COVID. A true Lewes resident, Edward was born in Lewes in 1928 in a house on Front Street, where The Inn at Canal Square is today. Son of Vinal and …

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Hubert J. O’Brien, Jr., Sharon, PA Obituaries

SHARON, Pa. (MyValleyTributes) – Hubert J. O’Brien, Jr., “Hugh, Hubie,” passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Friday, October 8, 2021, following a courageous three-year battle with the SLA. Hugues was 68 years old. He was born in Sharon, Pennsylvania on December 26, 1952, to Hubert and Mary (Roper) …

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Princess Love has no tears for Ray J after divorce

Princess Love isn’t curled up in a bed crying just because her marriage to Ray J is seemingly over. TMZ caught up with the owner of Prella Cosmetics while pushing his young toddlers out of the airport. When asked how she’s doing since Ray recently filed for divorce, Princess says …

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The activist side of K-pop in PeruGlobal Voices

Image of BTS Peru Sede Chiclayothe Facebook page of Adriana Velásquez originally wrote this article for The Antigone, it was edited, translated and republished by Global Voices. The term K-pop is no longer foreign to Peru despite the distance that separates the country of more than 16,000 kilometers from South …

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Artist Hamid J’s new song “Nothin ‘Perfect 2 Say” recreates an emotional saga through his pop-glazed journey

Upcoming musical artist Hamid J recently released with the track, ‘Nothing perfect 2 Say‘which resonates with a sonic scope of the pop-influenced workflow. Los Angeles-based musical artist and songwriter Hamid J presents immersive musical reach with his pop-influenced streaming in his new track, ‘Nothing perfect 2 Say‘. He’s making huge …

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Joseph J. Willey | News, Sports, Jobs

Joseph willey ISHPEMING, MI – Joseph J. Willey, 69, formerly of 111 Bluff St., Ishpeming, died Sunday, September 26, 2021, at Mission Point Nursing & Physical Rehabilitation Center, Ishpeming, while under care affectionate to his family, staff and the UP Home Health and Hospice. Joe was born in Ishpeming on …

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eOne Music changes name to MNRK Music Group

eOne Music changed its name to MNRK Music Group, effective immediately. The name MNRK (pronounced Monarch) follows Hasbro’s sale of its eOne music division to entities controlled by Blackstone for US $ 385 million earlier this year. The deal adds to a portfolio of music companies under Blackstone that also …

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Supersonic goes silent at its summer party

American DJ Steve Aoki summed up the weird and wild vibe of the Supersonic Festival during his Sunday night headlining performance. “It’s the most energetic, quietest show I’ve ever played,” Aoki said with a chuckle late in his set. “Very interesting.” He then reminded the thousands of participants inside the …

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Alessia Cara’s Ode to Single Life plus 12 other new songs

Alessia Cara writes skilful, clever and elegantly melodic songs. On his new album, “In the Meantime”, there is a lot of post-breakup ambivalence, trying to balance loneliness and loneliness against conflicting relationships; most of the music leans retro, towards neo-soul, reggae and bossa nova. But the last track on the …

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Oekofestival, Japanese soul food and Oktoberfest

Weekend: Oekofestival, Japanese soul food and Oktoberfest Go out Head to Pfaffenthal for the EcoFestival, savor handcrafted ramen or yakimono to J-pop tunes in Kyosk, or head to Clausen in your dirndl and lederhosen Head to Pfaffenthal for the EcoFestival, savor handcrafted ramen or yakimono to J-pop tunes in Kyosk, …

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Buffalo Daughter emerges from pandemic with a new sense of news

Like many artists creating music over the past two years, Buffalo Daughter’s initial plan to release a new album has been derailed by the pandemic. Instead, the trio took a proactive approach to unexpected overtime. “We had an extra six months to work on our album,” Sugar Yoshinaga told the …

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Alternative Pop Artist Sings Loneliness – Times-Standard

Los Angeles-based upstart label MGW Records has announced the signing of Los Angeles-based, Israel-born alternative pop artist Grace Blue. Her new single – released on various digital platforms – was written about how low loneliness can bring a person. “It’s about a time in my life where I preferred to …

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Pop Warner moves to Hanapepe this Saturday

KAPA’A – After the successful launch of the Kaua’i Pop Warner Football League flag and encouraging soccer matches on Saturday at the newly refurbished stadium of the Mayor Bryan J. Baptiste Sports Complex, the league is moving its fixture list to Hanapepe on Saturday . Seven matches are scheduled from …

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Alison Faith Levy’s latest is Jewish-inspired retro pop for kids – J.

San Francisco musician and Jewish educator Alison Faith Levy has released a new album of “retro-inspired pop songs” for kids called “You Are Magic”. values ​​that are anchored in it. The title song addresses the idea of b’tzelem elohim, that we are all created “in the image of God”. Other …

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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with these Latin Hits

The Hispanic community takes pride in its vibrant and colorful music. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, here’s an appreciation, in no particular order, of some Latino hits from 2021: “911” by Sech Artists like J Balvin and Luis Fonsi are pretty well known in America – I hope Sech …

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Sonic’s 30th Anniversary Symphony Now Available To Stream

The Sonic the hedgehog 30th Anniversary Symphony has appeared on Apple Music and iTunes, with more streaming platforms expected to follow next week. Originally performed in June as part of a series of events celebrating 30 years since the original’s release Sonic the hedgehog game on SEGA Genesis, the Symphony …

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William J. Walker, sacked Jan.6, has new job that secures Capitol

WASHINGTON – As a crowd of supporters of President Donald J. Trump lashed out in the Capitol on January 6, William J. Walker, who commanded the District of Columbia National Guard, watched helplessly, waiting for hours for the approval of deploying troops to help a heavily overwhelmed police force quelled …

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Daniel J. Donahue obituary – Bucks County Courier Times

Van Horn-McDonough Funeral Home Daniel J. Donahue New Hope – Daniel J. Donahue of New Hope, PA passed away peacefully on September 10, 2021 after a courageous battle with cancer. His closest friends and family were with him in his last days and hours. Born in Philadelphia, Dan moved with …

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JoJo Siwa and girlfriend Kylie Prew celebrate 4 birthdays

Most couples celebrate an anniversary every year, but JoJo Siwa and his girlfriend, Kylie Prew, aren’t your average couple. The pop star and her main pressure have celebrated four different birthdays since they started dating, and Siwa has explained the meaning of each date during an interview with Jimmy Fallon …

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Hispanic Heritage Month ‘El Tiny’ Takeover: NPR

At Alt.Latino, the weekly podcast I’ve hosted for 11 years, we like to say that every month is Hispanic Heritage Month. But we’ve stepped things up a bit between September 15 and October 15 each year – and 2021 marks the biggest production yet. This year, we’re presenting an unprecedented …

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Celebrating 20 years of CVPA at the Star Store

NEW BEDFORD – Downtown will be lit up with free art and entertainment on September 9 as AHA Live! night takes to the streets to celebrate the role the arts played in New Bedford’s economic recovery. This month’s theme celebrates 20 years since the opening of the UMass Dartmouth Star …

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Gaslit, White House plumbers – Two new Watergate series, News

How America’s Biggest Political Scandal Turned A Burglary Into a History Lesson Typewriters! Telephone directories! Forty-five years after its creation, All the president’s men has acquired some quaint period touches. But aside from a few minor details, the film that turned one of the country’s most mind-boggling political scandals into …

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Bubblegum pop: “commercialized, computerized and easy to sing”

Commercialized, computerized and easy to sing, bubblegum pop is a nostalgic and trendy collection of hits that have been the voice of mainstream teens around the world for nearly six decades. With over-simplified music, artificial lyrics, and fun music videos, bubblegum pop represents all of the best parts of being …

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K-Pop supergroup BTS cancels world tour due to COVID-19 pandemic

The mega-popular Korean boy band BTS canceled its “Map of the Soul” world tour in response to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The news comes after the seven-member group made the heartbreaking decision with their label, Big Hit Entertainment. “Our company has been working hard to resume preparations for the BTS …

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Meet your Unearthed High finalists for 2021! – Earthen

Oh, did you think an unprecedented global event was going to hold these high school kids back? Quite the contrary in fact. This year, Unearthed High has gathered more entries than ever from high school kids across the country, covering every genre you can think of. Faced with the (many!) …

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Several films to watch at the 2021 Fantasia Film Festival

It’s August 4th, which means we’re less than 24 hours away from the start of Fantasia Film Festival 2021. If you’re watching the festival schedule and deciding which films to watch, let us help you complete your list. Fighter South Korea is a country little known for boxing. Yet the …

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Top 5 kings of K-pop 2021: Taemin, J-Hope and more

Being crowned “King of K-pop” isn’t an easy task, considering the number of K-pop idols debuting, about to debut, or currently promoting. Rap, dance, vocal ability, charisma, performance; all of these factors are taken into account when a K-pop idol trains, with the goal of perfecting herself in any of …

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Behind The Music feels deeply inessential in 2021

Behind the musicPicture: MTV / Paramount + “I really hope I have changed a lot since the last time we made this documentary.” This is a fairly revealing comment from Ricky martin, arriving near the start of the first episode of Behind the music, the new reboot of the VH1 …

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Asia News: Olympics Music Composer’s Drama, K-Pop Positives

Kyodo news via APKeigo Oyamada Japanese composer Keigo Oyamada is seen in this October 2006 photo. Oyamada, a Japanese composer working on the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics, resigned on Monday July 19, 2021, after being criticized for harassing a comrade of class during his childhood. Olympic Games Music …

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A Taste of Home: Tokyo’s international grocery stores

~~ ~ It happens to the best of us. You’ve planned your trip, you’re all excited and ready to binge on sushi. You arrive in Japan and everything is fine. Then the cravings set in. Australians can find themselves dizzy and confused without their morning Vegemite. The French may find …

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Why Green Hill Zone music is a royalty nightmare

Dreams Come True has released a new take on a classic Sonic scene theme – and it has come full circle in the game’s music licensing story. Sonic the hedgehog is one of the best-known video games of the 16-bit era, with the game and its titular blitzing hedgehog becoming …

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Mamoru Hosoda Delivers Superb Animated Adventure

Mamoru hosoda, who for more than a while has been called “the new Miyazaki,” is back with what might just be his best film since Wolf Children. The filmmaker returns to Cannes with Beautiful, a film that updates history as old as time to the extremely online generation giving it …

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Yonkey talks about new ‘Artiswitch’ theme, musical roots and more

The producer’s innovative tracks and songwriting chops produce universal pop songs from his core musical style rooted in electronic music and hip-hop. His latest offering is the theme of the original new animated series from Sunrise and Asobisystem. Artiswitch called “Tobu, Saihate”, featuring 21-year-old J-pop singer-songwriter Kana Adachi. In a …

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The TOMBOGO pop-up store allows customers to personalize their clothes

TOMBOGO is currently hosting a pop-up workshop where guests can customize their favorite clothes. Photo: Ryan Strongin. Fans of TOMBOGO can now customize their favorite parts in a customizable workshop called “TOMBOGO Requires Assembly”. Tommy Bogo’s emerging fashion brand has partnered with iconic experiential retailer Fred segal for the pop-up …

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Juicy J: The Hustle continues album review

Juicy J has been everywhere. From selling mixtapes with his bandmates Three 6 Mafia on the streets of Memphis to creating pop songs with Katy Perry and Fall Out Boy on their way to the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100; from rap on demonic occultism to the Oscar …

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10 original and hilarious anime abilities

Anime has developed many weird and original abilities for its characters over the years. Whether it’s shonen fighting characters showing authentic (albeit impractical) personality on the battlefield or sporting characters just using weird moves to win at basketball, the anime has even made life part of it. comical in its …

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BBC Creative launches Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games promotion

A year later, but still eagerly awaited, BBC Creative launched its Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games trailer titled Let’s Go There, ahead of the channel’s coverage, which premieres next month. Created in-house with the help of Nexus Studios and collective director Factory Fifteen, the spot sees Tokyo invaded by the Olympics …

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Rauw Alejandro draws new blueprint for Spanish-language pop

“¿Cuándo fue? “, The 10th track from Rauw Alejandro’s new album” Vice Versa “, provides an unexpected jolt. As the Puerto Rican singer mourns the departure of a lover, producer Tainy mixes streams of synths and delicate percussion, leaving them bleeding in a hiss of warm air. Suddenly, a nervous …

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Scarlet Nexus review – banal in the brain

Despite being created by much of the same team as 2019’s Code Vein, Scarlet Nexus – also a melee-focused third-person anime game – is certainly not Soulslike. Instead, it’s an intense character action game with psychic powers and absurd monster designs that would make Hidetaka Miyazaki blush – and if …

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The Quick Saga, Vin Diesel and Pachinko

Akina Chan – courtesy Anna Sawai smiles when she remembers telling a teenage friend that she wanted to be an actress. Her friend said to her: “You seem to be in Fast Furious. Sawai had no idea that she would one day land the role of Elle, a mysterious girl …

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Daily News: A-Rod and J-Lo are neighbors to the East End, Chiara Ferragni is expanding her empire, what Leandra Medine is up to, Lox Club celebrates pride, and more!

Read today’s dose of chic info here … A-Rod’s summer rental raises eyebrows Oh, you thought the Alex Rodriguez & Jennifer Lopez news cycle was over? Think again ! Just weeks after the high-profile couple split, the former baseball star reportedly escaped to the Hamptons for the summer. Sixth page …

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