Iranian Music

Luke Haines & Peter Buck Present…All The Kids Are Super Bummed Out…Brand New Double Album To Be Released October 28, 2022 – Metal Planet Music

All the kids are super disappointed is the second album/collaboration between Luke Haines (Authors/Baader/Meinhof/Black Box Recorder) and Peter Buck (REM). After a chance encounter in 2019 when Peter bought one of Luke’s paintings online (Lou Reed, £99.00), the pair decided to collaborate on what turned out to be their debut …

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Report: 7 Iraqi tourists killed by floods in northeast Iran | app

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Flash floods triggered by heavy rains killed seven Iraqi tourists in northeastern Iran on Saturday, Iranian state media reported, the latest in the death toll as downpours continue to batter the country. The official IRNA news agency said the tourists were part of a group of …

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WATCH NOW: Rebelling Against All Odds: Eastern Music Festival Head Seeker Seeks to Make an Impact Through Music | Local

Asieh Mahyar is fluent in four languages. The first is Persian, also known as Farsi in its country of origin, Iran. The second, Armenian. The third, English. And the last? Mahyar PAIGE DINGLER, NEWS AND RECORDING Last month, Mahyar traveled to North Carolina to study music in Greensboro. Each year, …

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New music by Ronela Hajati, Emma Muscat & Blas Cantó and more

Summer is always the quiet time for Eurovision fans as we wait for the national finals to start again. Fortunately, the music will always go on and a number of Eurovision artists are still producing new songs for our enjoyment. Contrary to the commonly perpetuated myth of killer song contest …

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‘Our culture…rarely celebrates older women’: Silas Howard and Naz Riahi on Madelynn Von Ritz is Almost Famous

Madelynn Von Ritz is almost famous Filmmakers Silas Howard and Naz Riahi focus on an underrated local musician in their short documentary Madelynn Von Ritz is almost famous, which they co-directed. The titular subject, who performs under the modest moniker of Lynn Castle, once had a single painting on the …

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The “Cars” Theory Says the Universe Had Its Own Iran Hostage Crisis

Picture via Disney The Cars The franchise features some of Pixar’s most financially successful films and has spawned a mountain of merchandise, toys, and tie-ins. But that’s not all Cars franchise has produced. It’s also created a mountain of fan theories that question why the world is only populated by …

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Morning Headlines – Tuesday, July 19, 2022 | Recent News

US and Global Securities Ukraine war: Putin to visit Iran on rare international trip Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Iran on Tuesday, on his second trip abroad since he launched the invasion of Ukraine in February. Mr Putin will meet Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and Turkish President …

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Iranian-American harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani becomes youngest recipient of Wigmore Medal

Mahan Esfahani, a 38-year-old Iranian-American harpsichordist, has become the youngest recipient of the Wigmore Medal. In recognition of his outstanding musical achievement and contribution to Wigmore Hall, Esfahani received the medal last night from Wigmore Hall director John Gilhooly. The presentation followed Esfahani’s performance of JS Bach’s The Art of …

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Reza Ramyar Talks About The Challenges And Obstacles He Overcame To Succeed As A Singer And Musician

Reza Ramyar is a pop and rap musician and singer is one of the young and beautiful Iranian singers who was born on April 11, 1990. Perhaps the best and most popular song of Reza Ramyar can be considered his song ” Khoda Joonam”, which he released in 2018. Reza …

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On Middle East trip, Biden reassures Israelis about Iran nuclear talks

Video During a four-day trip to Israel and Saudi Arabia, President Biden will focus on securing oil for American gas pumps, slowing Iran’s nuclear program and strengthening relations with Saudi Arabia.CreditCredit…Doug Mills/The New York Times JERUSALEM — President Biden arrived in Israel on Wednesday to open a four-day visit to …

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Lebanon celebrates the modest return of music festivals

Lebanese music festivals made a modest comeback with a performance at the Roman ruins of Baalbek this weekend, marking the country’s first-ever show after the financial crisis. Under the title “Baalbek Nights Return”, conductor Lubnan Baalbaki – whose first name means “Lebanon” and whose last name means “from Baalbek” – …

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Iranian Social Drama ‘Summer With Hope’ Wins Top Karlovy Prize – Deadline

Iranian feature film by Sadaf Foroughi been with hope scooped the Grand Prize in the main Crystal Globe competition at the 56th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, July 1-9. The social drama revolves around a young swimming champion whose close bond with his coach draws disapproval from those around him. …

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The Kronos Quartet Return to Rancho Nicasio for a Lawn BBQ This Month

The San Francisco-based Kronos Quartet will return to Rancho Nicasio for BBQ on the Lawn on July 24 at 4 p.m. Located in the town square of Nicasio, Rancho Nicasio was established in 1941 and has retained its rural atmosphere and quiet beauty. Performing as part of the historic truck …

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Our 10 Favorite New Vinyl Releases This Week – The Vinyl Factory

Persian piano, new age bliss and an unfiltered WPNry dance floor. This week’s recap is by VF’s Will Pritchard and Lazlo Rugoff, alongside Annabelle Van Dort, Emily Hill and James Hammond. Dominique Lawalree First meeting (Catch Wave Ltd / Ergot Records) To buy The word esoteric gets used a lot …

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Britney Spears’ Husband Sam & Paris Hilton Both Say The Couple’s Wedding Was A ‘Fairytale’

Sam Asghariwho got married Britney Spears earlier this month, said their marriage was a “fairy tale”. On Wednesday morning, the Iranian-American actor appeared on ABC hello america to talk about his new film, harness, but it also opened up about the life of a married man. “I have to wear …

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UNHCR holds World Refugee Day in Iran for first time since COVID-19

TEHRAN – UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, marked World Refugee Day on Wednesday with a series of events across the Islamic Republic of Iran, under the theme “Whoever, where and when, everyone has the right to seek security”. For the first time in two years since the outbreak of the …

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Artist Sheree Hovsepian shares insight into where her work is headed after Venice. Tip: This involves a lot more strings

With its first presentation at Venice Biennale this year and a personal exhibition which will open at Rachel Uffner gallery in New York in September, Sheree HOVSEPIAN Spend a moment. The Iranian-American artist has become known for her exquisite cadaver-like photographic assemblages, which overlay gelatin silver prints and photograms of …

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6 Mind-Blowing, Underrated Movies That Represent Animation At Its Best

Animation is an incredibly versatile practice, with some of the highest-grossing films being animated classics that are now forever entwined in pop culture. It’s a genre that everyone has seen at least once in their life; ranging from family-favorite wholesome classics by major studios like disney Where Dream works to …

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Kazakh president visits Iran amid nuclear challenges

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky hailed Brussels’ support for his embattled country’s bid to join the European Union as a “historic” achievement. The European Commission has recommended that Ukraine and Moldova gain EU candidate status, a move that marks the start of what is likely to be a long journey towards …

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I am more than my niqab

First episode of the Disney+ show Ms. Marvel is an exciting display of culture and faith. Some viewers criticized the series for not being relatable enough or too niche (read: Pakistani and Muslim), but it still has a huge following as it’s currently the highest-rated Disney+ Marvel Cinematic Universe TV …

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Multicultural festival brings food, dance and community to London

After two long years of pandemic restrictions, the London Multicultural Festival made its grand return to Covent Garden Market on Sunday. Hundreds of Londoners were on hand to enjoy a variety of food, entertainment and produce from countries and cultures around the world. “It’s a lot bigger than we thought, …

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Piping live! to celebrate a return to in-person events with a packed festival

Piping live! will return this summer with a calendar of in-person and virtual events from Saturday August 6 to Sunday August 14, 2022. The world’s largest festival dedicated to the art of bagpipes, will celebrate its return to the full in-person program for the first time since 2019, providing a …

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Upcoming local and regional events

The Creative Collective’s new art exhibition “Aspire & Enlighten” The Creative Collective presents “Aspire & Enlighten”, the latest show from the group of up-and-coming local artists who have become an exciting new addition to the San Diego art and gallery scene. The reception of the artists will take place on …

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Palestinian farmers sound the alarm over foot-and-mouth outbreak

KHARTOUM: Noureddine Jaber, a musician endowed with a unique half-guitar half-drum instrument, gives voice to the long marginalized Eastern communities of Sudan through a new album.Originally from the city of Port Sudan on the Red Sea, Jaber belongs to the Beja people, a group of nomadic herders and herders with …

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Reza Pahlavi: The unity of the Iranian popular forces is more important than the unity of the opposition

Reza Pahlavi, former Crown Prince of Iran, delivered a speech to the Iranian people from Washington DC on June 3. The biggest alternative to the Islamic Republic is the Iranian people who continue their protests despite the Iranian regime’s oppressive measures and internet shutdown, Pahlavi said at the press conference …

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A woman who represented a nation

“It’s not just about the power of women. It is about the power of human beings. If you believe in yourself, that means you can. These are the words of Zar Amr Ebrahimi during his press conference on Sunday evening after winning the Best Actress award at the 75th Cannes …

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IN MEMORIAM: THE SOUL OF SANTOOR – Journal

A maestro is one who has perfected established techniques and aspects of music. But what do you call someone who gives music a whole new identity and joins the ranks of Mozart, Baray Ghulam Ali Khan, Amir Khan, Ahmad Jan Thirikwa or Vilayat Khan. Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma is the …

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Are all-female castings becoming more common on stage? Several shows this season suggest yes

All-female casts, while not unheard of, have historically been far less common than all-male casts, which have been part of theater from the ancient Greeks to Shakespeare to Mamet. If the current theater season is any indication, that could change. For girls of color who have thought about suicide / …

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London’s Persian bakery open 365 days a year where people queue in the street for its specialty bread and traditional pastries

Towards one end of the northern line exists a hidden gem of a neighborhood that could easily be mistaken for anywhere but North London, let alone the whole of the UK. The growing Middle Eastern community that has settled there over the past few decades boasts several thriving restaurants and …

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8ULENTINA’s Ever-Evolving Club Music Enters A Bold New Chapter

What films were you inspired by for this project and the “Shapeshifter” music video? During quarantine, I fell into this self-directed film study where I started watching a lot of experimental Middle Eastern films from all over the region, but specifically Iranian cinema. The most striking for me was this …

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Saudi Deputy Defense Minister Blinken affirms countries’ ‘common vision to deal with Iran’s destabilizing policies’

LONDON: Saudi Arabia is stepping up efforts to become the vanguard of a UN commitment to develop a sustainable tourism model after the sector’s resilience levels were pushed to breaking point by the pandemic and that grim new warnings about the environmental footprint of tourism have emerged. Addressing the United …

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Podcasts of the week: war reporters, hard news and great interviews

“I’m going to die now, and I wonder if it’s going to hurt.” That’s the thought that crossed Stuart Ramsay’s head in early March, when the Sky News correspondent came under heavy fire from Russian forces in Ukraine. He didn’t die, but was shot in the back, and he recounts …

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‘Atabai’ voted best film by Iranian critics

TEHRAN – “Atabai” directed by Niki Karimi was named best film on Saturday at the 14th Celebration of Iranian Film Critics and Scriptwriters. The winners were announced in a press release as organizers canceled their party due to the critical state of the country. “Due to the appalling economic and …

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Things are getting a little too practical this week in Tehran [Apple TV+ recap] ★★

Things are getting a little too practical this week in Tehran [Apple TV+ recap] ★★

Apple TV+ show Tehran puts its second-season plot in motion this week, but the Israeli spy drama continues to take bizarre missteps in its pursuit of thrills, twists and turns. Manjar enters Farraz’s house in perfect disguise, Tamar tries out her new persona, Milad nearly screws up everything for them …

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Sasanian fortress hosting the national festival of ethnic groups

TEHRAN – A national festival of Iranian ethnic groups is currently taking place at Falak-ol-Aflak Fortress, a towering monument to the Sasanians, which towers over the city of Khorramabad in western Lorestan province. Festival participants come from 25 provinces and are gathered to promote societal enthusiasm through unity among Iranian …

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Britney Spears’ soon-to-be husband Sam Asghari shares snap revealing wedding date has been set

Britney Spears and Sam Asghari have a date for their wedding. They don’t tell anyone when it does. The actor, 28, shared a Mother’s Day post on Sunday celebrating the Toxic singer, 40, where he revealed the two knew when they would be getting married. “Our lives have been a …

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Rony Seikaly unveils his scintillating debut album “Moonwalk”

Rony Seikaly Unveils Glittering Debut Album ‘Moonwalk’: Listen Presenting her debut artist album in the most seductive of fashions, Rony Seikaly has delivered a work for the ages, in the form of ‘moon walk.’ “It’s an eclectic group of tracks that were created without any restrictions from any label,” says …

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While killing one softly with the Mohan Veena, encounter Poly Varghese

By Shruti Kaushal “Music is the literature of the heart, it begins where speech ends. -Alphonse de Lamartine When I was asked to interview Poly Varghese, the best Mohan Veena player in the world, I knew nothing about him. Mohan Venena? Yes, a veena fashioned from the slide guitar? Research …

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The Caribbean’s premier film festival is back

The first Caribbean film festival has made its triumphant return to the island of St Barths. The beloved Saint Barth Film Festival “Cinema Caraibes” is back from May 4 to 7, 2022. This is the first time the event has taken place since the start of the pandemic. This year …

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The alluring paradox of Future, plus new music from Justin Bieber and Don Toliver, Objibwe Pow Wow frontman Joe Rainey and more

Star Tracks compiles the most exciting new music from a wide range of established and emerging artists. This week’s playlist includes new music from Future, Justin Bieber with Don Toliver, Joe Rainey, Lolo Zouaï, ODESZA, Internet Money with Yeat and Wilco. Click here to listen to the Spotify playlistwhich includes …

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Toro y Moi shows his love for Filipino heritage on ‘Mahal’

Toro y Moi’s Chaz Bear hangs out at his studio in Oakland. Photo: Jessica Christian/The Chronicle After more than a decade hiding in the shadows, Chaz Bear is ready to let the world know who he is. On his latest album as Toro y Moi — the most recognizable of …

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Building Lenj boats recognized as craft estate

TEHRAN – The traditional craftsmanship of Lenj boat building has been recognized as an independent handicraft estate, a local official said on Sunday. From now on, all those engaged in Lenj boat making benefit from all the services and facilities provided to other craftsmen, said Leila Rahimi. Iranian Lenj vessels …

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For Panah Panahi, being the son of an Iranian author was not really useful

Iranian director Panah Panahi is the son of embattled author Jafar Panahi, banned since 2010 by the Islamic theocracy from making films. But for the young filmmaker, it was the heartbreak of being away from his only brother – as well as the collective disillusionment of his compatriots – that …

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Saudi International Quran Contest Ends as Iranian Qari Finishes 4th

TEHRAN (IQNA) – The Quran and Adhan of the Smell of Speech (Otr Elkalam) competition has ended in Saudi Arabia and Iranian Qari Seyed Jassem Mousavi finished in fourth place. Mustafa Maghrebi of Morocco took the title while Muhammad Ayub Asef of Great Britain and Muhammad Mujahid of Bahrain followed. …

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X Factor Rhydian Roberts’ transformation and heartbreaking life 15 years after the ITV show

Rhydian Roberts is one of the most famous X Factor contestants. The baritone singer shot to fame in 2007 on season 4 of the popular ITV show. Rhydian’s unique style and distinctive platinum blonde look captivated the judges as he sailed to the live shows when mentored by Dannii Minogue. …

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Hackers Attack Elephant Money, Steal Over $11 Million

Elephant Money, the DeFi protocol behind the ELEPHANT token, said hackers stole $11.2 million from Binance Coin, according to a report. The company reportedly faced an “automated attack” on its cash. In a medium post, the company’s founder said he was tackling the problem in partnership with CertiK, a blockchain …

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Armin Alavi the young Iranian musical artist

Full name Armin Alavi (Seyed Armin Alavi lavasani) was born on October 24, 2000 in Tehran, Iran. He is now 21 years old and is one of the best composers and singers in Iran. He lives in Iran-Tehran. Armin Alavi published very beautiful works in music, whose works are found …

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Reactify’s The Block LA Closes Out NFT LA Week With Vortex

Los Angeles, California, April 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The LA block became the premier springboard for cutting-edge Web3 technology and art, as it hosted the perfect closing event for NFT LA week at the legendary James Goldstein Mansion. The event was created and produced by Reactivitythe visionary collective enterprise …

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Why this man has been living in an airport for 14 years

Tom Hanks gave moviegoers a glimpse into the difficulties of lying down in an airport in the 2004 film The terminal. However, a man has decided that living in an airport is much easier than living at home with his family. Wei Jianguo, who is in his 60s, is said …

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Find my community around the sofreh of Sizdah Bedar

For many Brits, the humble picnic is something we enjoy but don’t think too deeply about. It’s an activity for soaking up the sun — sipping tinnies, eating olives and crisps — with bonus points if you settle somewhere with a great view. Recently though, I’ve been thinking about why …

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Bridgetown organizes a musical evening

Corey Brunish (left) and Chris Coleman: One for the money, two for the show. When the theater world finally fully wakes up from its long Covid nap, it will kick up its heels. And places like Portland Bridgetown Conservatory of Musical Theater will be ready to provide the song and …

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Reviews | Questlove: My collection is an act of devotion and creation

I’ve been collecting things for as long as I can remember. When I was very young, when I listened to music, read interviews or watched movies, they lingered in my memory and I didn’t want them to leave me. Eventually I started to think about the physical objects that brought …

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The life of Iranian Shiite clerics

This article is the third in a series on Iran’s Shia clerics, explaining how they study, get a clerical rank, get married, and what they do for a living. ————————————————– ————————————————– ———————— As the Iranian cleric Seyyed Ahmad Batha’i has observed, “Generally speaking, there are two types of clerics in …

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Did Oscar winner Asghar Farhadi steal the idea for ‘A Hero’?

Questions of ethics and motivation, the gap between public and private morality, run through A herothe latest drama of the famous iranian filmmaker Asgar Farhadi. The feature, which won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, has been picked up by Amazon for release in the United …

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NFTs can disrupt the exploitative music industry, says Tinie Tempah

Monday, March 21, 2022 8:55 p.m. Tinie Tempah wants to empower other artists with NFTs. Tinie Tempah, the music artist behind Pass Out and Frisky, believes NFTs have the potential to disrupt exploitation in the music industry. Speaking outside London auction house Bonhams today, Tinie Tempah said NFTs that allow …

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Iranian pop star Googoosh impresses thousands in Dubai and brings back powerful memories |

DUBAI- It was music worthy of troubled times. Her voice full of heartache and tender resolve, Iranian pop diva and national icon Googoosh delivered old hits and songs from her new album to a crowded stadium on Thursday in Dubai – just across the Arabian Gulf from her home , …

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East Los Angeles College Festival to Host Iranian Animation Day

TEHRAN — East Los Angeles College plans to hold Iranian Animation Day during its 7th annual Animation Film Festival on March 26. The event will open with remarks from Linda Kallan, Chair of the Art Department at ELAC and Bijan Tehrani, Editor-in-Chief of the Cinema Without Borders Foundation, who is …

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APSU This Week: Austin Peay State University Trustee Meeting, Career Expo, GuitarFest

Clarksville, TN – This week at Austin Peay State University (APSU), the week after spring break, will be busy on campus. Here are some of the most important events: On March 18, the Austin Peay State University Board of Trustees will hold its spring meetings throughout the day at 317 …

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Iranian folk dances are part of the national heritage

TEHRAN — Three traditional dances each practiced in a certain Iranian province have been inscribed on the national list of intangible cultural heritage. Newly recorded elements include a folk dance performed in the Western province of Azerbaijan, a “wooden horse dance” performed at weddings in the village of Hosseinabad in …

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Who to believe on Ukraine: Biden, Putin or Nikolai Gogol? | Russia–Ukraine War

The speed with which globalized calamities hit the news cycle is dizzying these days. We were just learning to deal with the calamities of Donald Trump’s presidency when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. The pandemic was still wreaking havoc around the world when environmental calamities reached frightening dimensions. We had just …

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How the Encanto Soundtrack Became a Hit

Even with Miranda’s imprimatur, the “Hamilton” creator, Tony, Emmy and Grammy winner “Encanto” might have seemed like a long shot as a mainstream pop hit. The album is a pan-Latin fusion that draws inspiration from Colombian folk styles like vallenato and bambuco, with touches of salsa, Broadway bomb and Spanish …

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A Hug From The Art World Presents Saam Farahmand’s First American Solo Exhibition GOD PARTY

Adam Cohen presents Saam Farahmand’s first American solo exhibition. GOD GONE. The exhibition will be on view at A Hug From The Art World (515 West 19th Street, New York, NY, 10011) from March 10 to April 2, 2022. God Party is a series of looping movies merging into a …

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Iran has 2,000 items listed as intangible cultural heritage: minister

TEHRAN — Some 2,000 items have been inscribed on Iran’s national list of intangible cultural heritage, Tourism Minister Ezzatollah Zarghami said on Friday. “So far, about two thousand intangible cultural elements have been registered in the country.” “Intangible cultural heritage such as culture, religion and rituals are of very great …

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What notable Torontonians are watching, reading and listening to in March

Pop culture recommendations from Eden Grinshpan, Tennyson King, Gina Sorell, Patrice Goodman and Gurdeep Ahluwalia Photo taken by Getting Captured Photography working moms (Radio-Canada Gem) Recommended by Gina Sorell, actress and writer “I’m late for this show, but I love watching showrunner Catherine Reitman’s character navigate the crazy world of …

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An interview with composer Barry J. Neely

He used a wide range of unconventional instruments to create the unique sound of “Slapface”. Last August, we announced that Jeremiah Kipp slapface would premiere on Shudder in 2022. Now the wait is finally over. In case you are unfamiliar with the title, here is the synopsis of the film: …

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Opening of the World Arts Congress exhibition for Muhammad (S) in Shiraz

TEHRAN – An exhibition featuring a selection of the best submissions to the World Arts Congress for Muhammad (S), the Prophet of Mercy opened in Shiraz on Saturday. The Shiraz Teachers’ Art Creation Center is organizing the congress in collaboration with several Islamic centers to promote the artworks in different …

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Hafshejan should be named the national city of stone carving

TEHRAN — Hafshejan, a small town in Shahr-e Kord county in southwestern Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari province, is set to be named the national stone carving city, the provincial tourism chief said. Hafeshjan’s stone carvings have nearly 800 years of history, and the products are not only famous at the provincial and national …

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Acid attacks show how Kashmir’s slide towards Islamism has only caused moral decay

Kashmir has once again been rocked by another shocking acid attack on a young Kashmiri girl by a Kashmiri man who was furious with a girl who refused his advances. The girl was admitted to hospital in a seriously injured condition and is fighting for her life. What is truly …

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Death By Tapioca motivates us in “Airtime”

Airtime Death by tapioca RGM EVALUATION (⭐️⭐️⭐️) A cultural union piece that sheds new light with uplifting vibes. Alborz Mohtashami is a Canadian, born to Iranian immigrant parents. He existed halfway between an Eastern education and the Western world in which he lived. As a result, …

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Live Covid-19 updates: mask mandates, cases and more

Video Governor Gavin Newsom of California unveiled the state’s new approach to living with the coronavirus, moving away from what he called a “crisis mindset” and starting to treat the virus as a manageable risk .CreditCredit…Allison Zaucha for The New York Times California health officials have unveiled a ‘next phase’ …

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What is the ethnic origin of Nazanin Mandi? All about Miguel’s wife as the couple get back together after 4 months apart

Miguel and Nazanin Mandi recently reunited after their separation. The couple revealed the news via Instagram on February 15. The couple announced their reunion five months after their separation in September 2021. Before the split, they had been together for 17 years, of which they spent three years married. Their …

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Creswick Will Come Alive – Ballarat Times

Donate $5 using spotpass to support local community news PLANNING for CresFest, which is scheduled for the first weekend in April, is quietly bubbling with events in preparation for the arts festival. The Creswisk event has attracted international, national and local participants and celebrates the arts in all their forms, …

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Local authorities seek to revive Chabahar arts

TEHRAN – Local authorities plan to revive forgotten traditional arts and crafts in Chabahar port, Sistan-Balochistan province, CHTN reported on Saturday. Chabahar’s former customs building will host cultural programs aimed at reviving the region’s traditional arts, said Abdolhamid Baluchzadeh, Chabahar’s head of tourism. Cultural events, such as traditional music performances …

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Opera Australia 2022 review: The Marriage of Figaro

Photo credit: Prudence Upton Opera Australia’s latest production for its 2022 summer season, an Andy Morton revival of David McVicar’s 2015 production of ‘The Marriage of Figaro’, opened at the Sydney Opera House on January 27and which, according to the Opera Australia ad, is Mozart’s 266and birthday. January 27and is …

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Iran unveils new missile that puts regional Israeli and US bases within range

Iran has unveiled a new long-range missile capable of hitting its sworn enemy Israel. The weapon is named after a 7th century battle that saw Muslim warriors overrun a Jewish castle in early Islam. On Wednesday morning, Iranian state television featured the Khaybar Shekan, which is described as a new …

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