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Ask me if I felt a little strange holding two candles and celebrating the beginning of a New Year in September and I will tell you no. I have done stranger things and besides I knew exactly what I was doing.
New Zealand band French For Rabbits are happy to announce their debut LP Spirits, which will see release on the venerable Lefse imprint this October 28th 2014. Haunting dream-pop duo French For Rabbits have been quietly building a reputation around the world for their growing collection of songs clouded in eerie instrumentation, and sea-misted lyricism.
TV Technology is combing through the veritable Niagara Falls of IBC press releases for new technology and product introductions. No updates, demos or highlights are included here for the sake of information manageability, but select ones have been published separately.
Washington County 4-H is ready to ring in the new 4-H year with their New Year Kickoff Party! Each new 4-H year begins on Sept. 15. This year Washington County has set an enrollment goal of 450 members.
With fall in the air, Gladbrook Auxiliary is off to a new year of work for our Veterans, the community and the youth of Gladbrook. Jeanne Paustian, President called her Leadership Workshop to order at 6pm on Monday, September 8 with officers and committee chairman attending.
Yearning for a crisp hike amid jewel-toned woods? Choose carefully. If your fall travel plans include hot spots like New England, you may feel like a salmon spawning upstream as you desperately work your way up the Interstate with the rest of the crowd fighting to get away from it all.
Decades ago, tables like this one were all over the streets of Jerusalem: This holiday card business is a lot easier as a seasonal Holiday business than selling etrogim and the rest of the "four species ." Just pack them up and sell again next year.
September 11, 2015 Ethiopians on Thursday celebrated the country's New Year of 2007, pardoning hundreds of its jailed inmates. The East African country, unlike the rest of the world, relies on the ancient Coptic calendar, which has 13 months.
From left, Kyla Mostello Donnelly, Ally Hern, John Helmke, Robert Risch and Steve Decker in "A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody" playing at the Off-Broadstreet Theatre in Hopewell through Sept. 27, 2014.
If you attended last year's Jammin DC, you will remember that it was packed with people who were all too happy to dance to the great soca and reggae tunes at the center stage. This event celebrates the culture of 28 Caribbean nations and territories including Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Aruba, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Puerto Rico, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks & Caicos, and the US Virgin Islands.
Soulive will continue a tradition of ringing in the New Year in New England on December 31 with a New Year's Eve performance at the State Theatre in Portland, ME. Local favorites Rustic Overtones have been tapped to open the evening.
Justice Minister Tzipi Livni speaks during a ceremony at the Israel Bar Association in Jerusalem, on September 2, 2014. Israelis who join Syrian rebel groups that espouse radical Islamist philosophies could be prosecuted under soon-to-be proposed anti-terror legislation, Justice Minister Tzipi Livni said Wednesday night.
She was born the year Oklahoma became a state, the first ball was dropped in New York City's Times Square to celebrate a new year and the first music was played over a radio. But at 107 years old, Jackson's Marie Mitchell will tell you she doesn't feel old now and never has.
For teachers, fall, not January, marks the New Year. It's the time to kick off a new beginning, make new resolutions, and set new expectations.
Last years Year 11 students from the Brookfield Community School in Sarisbury return to the school to meet the current Year 11 to pass on tips. Picture: Allan Hutchings More than 20 former Year 11 pupils who got top grades this summer went back to Brookfield School in Sarisbury Green last night to celebrate their successes and meet up with old friends and teachers.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 04:54 pm
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