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12 hrs ago | The Times-Picayune

New Orleans International Piano Competition reception celebrates the winner and finalists

It had only been an hour or so earlier when Marianna Prjevalskaya of Spain had been declared the Gold Medalist of the New Orleans International Piano Competition , yet as she entered the post-competition reception at Julianne Nice's home, she received even more applause for her accomplishment.


Related Topix: New Orleans, LA, Northwestern University

18 hrs ago | Concord Monitor


He is attending the University of Massachusetts Boston for his master's in rehabilitation counseling.


Related Topix: Psychology, Science, UMass Boston, Northeastern University

Fri Jul 25, 2014

Ohio State University's marching band traditions will take time to change, says president...

The cultures and traditions within Ohio State University's marching band likely run deep and will take time to change, said the president of the College Band Directors National Association.


Related Topix: Ohio State University

Tue Jul 22, 2014

Watertown Daily Times

J. Lee Flynna s lifetime of teaching and performing will be celebrated

A tribute concert for former area music teacher J. Lee Flynn, who chased his dream of Broadway after retiring from teaching high school theater, will be performed by members of the South Jefferson Community Choir on Saturday.


Related Topix: Theater, Arts, Indian Lake, NY, Education Etc., Adams, NY

Mon Jul 21, 2014

O-R Online

Washington pianist ascends to Broadway

Even before he could reach the keyboard, John Bell would bounce to the rhythm of records on the family's piano bench.


Related Topix: Washington, PA, Washington County, PA, Theater, Arts, East Washington, PA

History Matters/Back to the Future Creates Judith Barlow Prize

HISTORY MATTERS/BACK TO THE FUTURE, a coalition of theatre professionals, has announced the creation of the Judith Barlow Prize which will award $2,500 annually to a student playwright of a one-act play inspired by the work of an historic woman playwright whom she/he has studied.


Related Topix: Colgate University, University of Georgia, Northwestern University

Sun Jul 20, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

San JacintoSAN BERNARDINO: A second shot at a college education

His American Indian heritage and his father, Joe Notah, had taught him to be strong and to step up when needed.


Related Topix: San Bernardino, CA, University of Redlands, Redlands, CA, Cornell University

The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

The following Verona-Cedar Grove residents made achievements at their college or university.

Marshall University, West Virginia - Joseph E. Cryan of Cedar Grove graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Business degree in economics.


Related Topix: Cedar Grove, NJ, Marshall University, West Orange, NJ, Verona, NJ, Syracuse University

Fri Jul 18, 2014

the Pawnbroker to Play FringeNYC, 8/9-21

The Pawnbroker will perform at FringeNYC Venue #12: 64E4 UNDERGROUND - The Paradise Factory, located at 64 East 4th Street in New York City.


Related Topix: University of Notre Dame

Herald Gazette

'Millennial muscle' flexes for Midcoast Habitat

The past few weeks have seen a steady stream of hard-working volunteers giving their time and talents to Midcoast Habitat for Humanity, and not all of them are retirees with extra hours on their hands.


Related Topix: Education Etc., Northeastern University, Emerson College, Camden, ME, Warren, ME

The Village Voice

Where to Eat, Drink, and Debate the Birthplace of the Ice Cream Sundae in Ithaca

Fork in the Road thinks you should get out of town this summer, even if it's only for a day.


Related Topix: Ithaca, NY, Breakfast, Life, Food, Cornell University, Mexico, NY, Dining

Thu Jul 17, 2014

Berkshire Eagle

Tanglewood Ramblings: The things left unsaid

In his opening concerts last weekend, the Boston Symphony's incoming music director was dynamic and full of bold ideas about the music.


Related Topix: Symphony, Arts, Opera, New York, Entertainment

Wed Jul 16, 2014

Nevada Business Journal

Matt Smith Physical Therapy Hires Physical Therapist Heather Black Darby

Matt Smith Physical Therapy recently hired Physical Therapist Heather Black Darby, MSPT, SCS, CSCS, who will be joining the company's clinic located at 727 N. Nellis Blvd. Black Darby brings more than 14 years of experience in the field of physical therapy to Matt Smith Physical Therapy.


Related Topix: Coronado, CA, Health Club, CrossFit

Back Stage

Why I'm Producing 'Love and Human Remains'

I first became acquainted with Brad Fraser's "Love and Human Remains" when I was an undergrad at Ithaca College and The Kitchen Theatre in Ithaca had a regional production of it.


Related Topix: Ithaca, NY, Theater, Arts

The Post-Standard

Achievers: Ithaca College students earn their degrees

John W. DiMarco , of Kirkville, majored in legal studies at the School of Business; Colin Monroe , of Syracuse, majored in business administration at the School of Business; Jaime Odin , of Manlius, majored in clinical health studies at the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance; Casey Schattner , of Syracuse, majored in accounting at the ... (more)


Related Topix: Syracuse, NY, Kirkville, NY, Manlius, NY, East Syracuse, NY

Tue Jul 15, 2014


Jon Entine

Dan Fitzsimmons remembers that blustery day in March 2011 when he traveled to the offices of the Park Foundation in Ithaca, New York, asking for help.


Related Topix: Ithaca, NY, Cornell University, Activism

Grist Magazine

A growing appetite for local food sends us back to our root cellars

Tucked in a grassy ridge cutting across the Small Family CSA Farm in La Farge, Wis., is a refrigerator so efficient it requires not a single watt of electricity, yet it can keep some crops chilly for months.


Related Topix: La Farge, WI, Agriculture, Science, Life, Food, Local Food, Green Mountain College

Mon Jul 14, 2014


Beneath the Surface: What Zebrafish Can Tell Us About Anxiety

The right tool for the job is important. A surgeon wouldn't use a chainsaw when a scalpel offers more control.


Related Topix: Medicine, Anxiety, Health, Genetics, Biology, Science

Sun Jul 13, 2014

Press & Sun-Bulletin

Campus Watch: IC professor finds hand gestures help develop language

An Ithaca College professor has found that hand's-on instruction pays off for parents hoping to boost their infant's language skills.


Related Topix: World News, Germany

Fri Jul 11, 2014

North County Public Radio

Healthcare professionals seek hydrofracking meeting

A group of healthcare professionals are seeking a meeting with Governor Cuomo's health department, saying they have compiled a compendium of new and ongoing research that highlights numerous health risks associated with hydrofracking.


Related Topix: Andrew Cuomo, US Governors, Cornell University