Year-long WXPN Project Will Explore "Kanaval: Haitian Rhythms and The Music Of New Orleans"
(PHILADELPHIA, PA) -- A new year-long project that explores and celebrates the influences of Haiti on New Orleans’ famed music, culture and community is being launched today by Philadelphia public music radio station WXPN.
Kalamazoo Valley Museum’s Feb. 6 Virtual Storytelling Festival Focuses on “Raising a Generation That Changes the World”
(KALAMAZOO, MI) --The Kalamazoo Valley Museum celebrates its Ninth Annual Storytelling Festival virtually on February 6, 2021 from 1:00pm to 6:00pm. This past year has been full of challenges and struggles, and many people are all longing for a healthier, safer, and more kind and gentle environment. Throughout history and around the world, oral storytelling has been a means for teaching values, character, and morals. Join Museum staff and guest storytellers for stories that uplift and challenge everyone to embrace love, serve others, and make a difference. “Raising a Generation That Changes the World” can happen, one story at a time.
Lap Tapestry Project Plus Helps Make A Difference
(EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ) -- For over 25 years, a small and dedicated group of community volunteers, known as the Lap Tapestry Project Plus, has used their knitting and crocheting skills to brighten the day of those who can use a warm touch.
Rick Springfield and Badfinger's Joey Molland cover "Love Is Gonna Come At Last"
If you grew up in the ‘70s, chances are you had a poster of actor/musician/singer Rick Springfield adorning your bedroom wall and at least one Badfinger vinyl in your record collection. Now these two icons of ‘70s rock have joined forces on a new single that recreates a classic hit from Badfinger’s catalog, the 1979 power pop favorite “Love Is Gonna Come At Last” originally released on the album Airwaves.
Newark To Celebrate 33rd Annual "Sing In Praise of King" Online January 18
(NEWARK, NJ) -- Mayor Ras J. Baraka and other dignitaries will celebrate the City of Newark’s 33rd annual “Sing in Praise of King” observance on Monday, January 18 at 8:00pm. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire observance will be “virtual,” and can be viewed on the city’s Facebook page on its Government Access TV stations, Channel 78 (Altice), or Channel 28 (FIOS).
New Jersey Stage: Daily Edition 01-15-21
Here are the articles published at New Jersey Stage for 01-15-21
John Lloyd Young's Vegas Valentine To Be Livestreamed On February 12
(LAS VEGAS, NV) -- Following the success of three previous live stream concerts from The Space in Las Vegas, Tony and Grammy Award-winner John Lloyd Young returns on Friday, February 12 with John Lloyd Young’s Vegas Valentine, an intimate and unforgettable evening of romantic classics and beloved Jersey Boys favorites that will offer an up-close and personal experience to be enjoyed with family and friends safely from home. The 75 minute live streamed pay-per-view concert will begin at 9:00pm EST and then be available OnDemand for one week following the live event. The virtual VIP after-party will begin at 10:45pm EST and include a talk-back, romantic surprises and an encore performance.
Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts Presents An Online Master Class with Broadway Star Marissa McGowan On January 22
(BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ) -- The Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts (WIPA) Performing Arts School presents a free voice master class on Friday, January 22 at 4:00pm. EST. Marissa McGowan, known for her work in Roundabout Theatre Company’s Broadway revival of Kiss Me Kate at Studio 54 and the revival of Broadway's A Little Night Music starring Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury, will work with Performing Arts School students online, enabling audience members the opportunity to learn from anywhere in the world.