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Largest Festival of Colors in Jersey City & Hoboken This Weekend

New York, N.Y. The largest festival of colors celebration in America, Surati Holi Hai, will attract more than 15,000 revelers from all over the world and span across two neighboring East Coast cities – Hoboken and Jersey City – this weekend. The day-long event on Saturday, June 15, 2019, will promote peace, equality and unity through cultural diversity, color play, a color walk, live […]

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“The Impossible Dream” Made Possible by Career Bridges

From www.vocedimeche.reviews, edited by Lorraine Silvetz. New York, N.Y. The designation “gala” is used rather loosely these days but the dazzling evening we experienced last night at The Metropolitan Club was gala in every sense of the word. Luminaries of Planet Opera gathered in force to celebrate the next generation of opera stars, recipients of awards […]

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Singer and Lover of Music in Big Apple Conquers Fear and Doubt

New York, N.Y.  I have always been a singer and lover of music, daydreaming about performing in front of audiences who came out specifically to hear me sing. My focus was not so much the money and fame, but doing what makes me the happiest and most fulfilled. But I was always unsure, telling myself […]

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New Dances to New Music: Rovaco Dance Company and Mannes School of Music Present 7:1

New York, N.Y. 7:1, an interdisciplinary collaboration between Mannes School of Music and Rovaco Dance Company, was conceived by choreographer Rohan Bhargava and composer Alexander Chadwell. The goal: to create an opportunity for young music makers to try their hand at creating for dance and budding choreographers to produce commissioned work with bespoke music. One […]

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Hellenic Education Continues Thanks to The Orpheus Luxury Collection

New York, N.Y.  In synchrony with their philosophy of “indulging in the finer things in life for a deep appreciation of humanity and nature,” The Orpheus Luxury Collection proudly hosted a fundraiser to benefit the Hellenic Education & Language Program (H.E.L.P.) recently in Astoria, Queens as part of its Philanthropy Through Travel Initiative.  The children and the mothers of H.E.L.P. […]

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VIDEO: Prince Remembered for his Music and More

(Reuters) Prince, the innovative pop superstar whose songwriting and eccentric stage presence electrified fans around the world with hits including “Purple Rain” and “When Doves Cry,” died on Thursday in Minnesota. He was 57. His influential, genre-defying music blended jazz, funk, R&B, disco and rock, winning seven Grammy Awards and an Oscar. Prince was found […]

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Kenya Bans Music Video Saying It Promotes Gay Rights

Nairobi, Kenya. Kenyan state regulators have banned a locally produced song and accompanying music video that call for equal treatment of LGBT individuals, something regulators say violates Kenya’s anti-homosexuality law. The song is a remix of the American single “Same Love,” released in 2012 by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis at the height of the same-sex […]

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Renowned Recording Artist P!nk Named Newest UNICEF Ambassador

New York, N.Y. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has appointed Grammy award-winning recording artist P!nk as the newest UNICEF Ambassador, and announced that she will build on her current role as the agency’s Kid Power National Spokesperson to raise awareness about its lifesaving health and nutrition programmes around the world. P!nk visits with children during […]

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