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World Music

SANTA MONICA–As the stay-at-home order which was issued on March 19 has been eased, The Broad Stage...

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The Broad Stage Announces Reopening Plans - Canyon News

SANTA MONICA–As the stay-at-home order which was issued on March 19 has been eased, The Broad Stage...

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From One Side To The Other

We caught up with Jenn Budd at Las Americas mall a few months before the pandemic hit. Jenn has become well known in the border activism world. Her...

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North Bay Bands Go Online for Weekend of Virtual Concerts

It’s Friday, and that usually means dozens of live events in the North Bay—especially concerts—are...

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South Shore Conservatory Welcomes New President In An Uncertain Time

Karen Geer was voting and away from her office on the 85th floor of the second tower of the World...

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George Floyd was once part of Houston hip-hop legend DJ Screw’s crew

The Minneapolis man was an early member of legendary Houston hip-hop innovator DJ Screw’s crew.

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Yusuf/Cat Stevens Re-Records ‘Tea for the Tillerman’ for 50th Anniversary

This November will mark the 50th anniversary of Cat Stevens’ landmark album Tea for the Tillerman,...

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Robert Northern, who, as ‘Brother Ah,’ became a synthesizer of sounds, dies at 86

Mr. Northern, who for much of his professional life was known as “Brother Ah,” also taught music on the Ivy League campuses of Dartmouth and Brown, and settled in Washington in 1986. For 20 ...

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Flashback: Neil Young and Phish Play an Epic, Weed-Fueled ‘Down by the River’

Phish have been dropping Neil Young covers into their live set ever since they first played...

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