re: Brian Curella, owner of Flying Hands Music School
He's a board member of the Louisville Jazz Society. Entertainer: "I attended University of Louisville, Bellarmine University and Belmont University in Nashville.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Queen Ali B. and King David reign over the 47th Beaux Arts Krewe Ball
Reigning over the pageantry of the 47th Beaux Arts Krewe Ball on Feb. 28 were King David Millhouse and a beautiful Queen Alie B. Gorrie.
Ms. Cheap: There's much to see this weekend for little cost
It looks like a great cheap weekend, with some good, affordable theater coming up, a free living history event, an opportunity to see some art, a chance to build your own bluebird house and some unique bargain-shopping opportunities.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
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HHS' Sherlin wins Greystone Golf Tournament
Hendersonville High School junior Jacob Sherlin won the 15-19-year-old division of the Golfweek Junior Tour two-day tournament, which was held last weekend at Greystone Golf Club.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Mike Cowart brought light in the darkest of times
Family and friends who knew Myrick "Mike" Cowart agree: His laughter was contagious.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Business Law Prof Blog
Law Professor Jobs in Business Schools: Georgia Tech, University of...
The business schools of Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Louisiana , and Indiana University have posted openings for legal studies positions.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
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Bedford singer and songwriter Andrew Galucki winner of commercial...
Courtesy photo Bedford's Andrew Galucki, a senior at Belmont University in Nashville, has won the university's Commercial Showcase, held at Belmont's School of Music on Feb. 3. The annual event is a rigorous competition between four of the most talented musicians in the region.
Grosse Pointe News Online
The voice of a rising star
"I like to have that gritty rock sound. I'm not afraid to say something - be bold," said 18-year-old Paulina Jayne Perakis.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Cleveland Daily Banner
Vocal Motion celebrates group success with hometown show
Bradley Central High School's show choir, Vocal Motion, performed for a group of hometown supporters Tuesday night as they celebrated their success in competition this semester.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Cleveland Daily Banner
Vocal Motion set to showcase its success tonight
VOCALa SMOTION, Bradley Central High School's show choir, will be hosting a public event at the school tonight to celebrate how the group has done so far in competition this season.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Cleveland Daily Banner
STEM Tool mini-grant an aid in CHS research
ANNA FERENCHUK studies a water sample using tools provided for her class through a Bradley Cleveland Public Education Foundation mini-grant.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Go to the Head of the Class: Greenwich Students Achieve Honors
Robert Walker of Greenwich is named to High Honor Roll for the Fall 2013 Semester at Pomfret School, where he is a senior.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Rising music producer Ryan McFadden makes most of lucky break
Ryan McFadden's big break in the music business didn't come because the right producer heard one of his mixes, or the right studio executive saw his band perform at a local club.
Ballet puts spin on 'Beanstalk'
Jack's magic beans grow a stalk of kudzu leading into the sky, where he sees a giant: a 10-foot-tall puppet created by the Wood and Strings Puppet Theater of Centerville.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
The Indianapolis Star
Country duo lives it up on Florida Georgia Line
Calling from Toronto in February, Brian Kelley can be excused for thinking about summer.
Lansing State Journal
Haslett-Okemos Rotary Club honors two high school seniors
Students are nominated for their outstanding academics and leadership skills, involvement in school-related activities and community service.
Sat Feb 08, 2014
Plaintiffs in Howe v. Haslam file appellate brief
The 2011 ordinance extended the city's ban on employee discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, forcing city contractors to follow suit.
U.S. Bank recognized at MSU game
Morehead State University recognized U.S. Bank as a 2014 Presidential Level corporate sponsor during its nationally televised game against Belmont University Jan. 30. U.S. Bank contributes to the strength and health of our communities through the U.S. Bank Foundation, Community Affairs and Corporate Giving.