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14 Jun 19
Windsor Star

Flooding and high water levels are the big items on the agenda this week in upstate New York at a four-day conference of professors and experts who specialize in Great Lakes issues. “Throughout this week I expect it will be the recurring theme,” said Michael McKay, executive director of the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental […]

10 Jun 19
News Directory

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " Zion Williamson and his Duke teammate R.J. Barrett is sure they will be high in the NBA draft this year. Streeter Lecka / Getty Images This year's draft will help with the NBA hierarchy that can not identify the next season. The Golden Golden Warriors have begun to […]

10 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " Zion Williamson and his Duke teammate R.J. Barrett will certainly play a big role in this year's NBA draft. Streeter Lecka / Getty Images This year's draft will help reorganize a potentially barely recognizable NBA hierarchy in the coming season. The Golden State Warriors have begun to show […]

30 May 19
IMKA CLASSICAL MUSIC COMPETITION AND CONCERT SERIES

Born on January 20, 2003 in Moscow. Pupil of the 9th grade of the Central Music School at the Moscow State Conservatory named after P.I .Tchaikovsky, class of Honored Artist of Russia, associate professor Ilinskaya Elena Nikolaevna. Winner of international and All-Russian competitions: Winner of 2 awards of the III Open All-Russian Competition of Young […]

28 May 19
Windsor Star

Professor Mike McKay, the new executive director of the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, was among 28 researchers from the University of Windsor who will share $4.4 million in recent federal funding grants. McKay was awarded $235,000 over five years for his ongoing work related to a winter algal bloom in Lake Erie. “After […]

16 May 19
Valley Review

Those laying their plans for Mile of Music have another playlist to organize as they work to build their list of priorities. So much music. So little time. Mile of Music’s Mile 7 will take over Downtown Appleton on Aug. 1 through Aug. 4, bringing original artists from across the country as well as local […]

06 May 19
Uptown Concerts

Thursday, November 7th SETH GLIER Tickets $22.00 ~ Showtime 7:30 pm Tickets & reservations: 410-795-1041 ALL TICKET SALES FINAL, NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES View Videos “…breathtakingly beautiful, immersed in fragile introspection and an intimacy that penetrates every niche and nuance.”~ Music & Musicians Magazine. “ Singer with an exquisite tenor echoes Bruce Springsteen and Billy […]

04 May 19
Icon Vs. Icon

A soulful vocalist and innovative multi-instrumentalist, singer/ songwriter Rachael Sage is one of the busiest touring artists in independent music, performing 100+ dates a year all over North America, the UK and Europe. She has earned herself a loyal following with her dynamic piano playing, delicate guitar work, expressive vocals, and improvisational audience interaction. Sage’s 2018 […]

04 May 19
Windsor Star

A research team at the University of Windsor that detects microbes in sediment has received more than $622,000 from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. The grant — one of 75 given across Canada — will fund the project for three years. The announcement was made Friday by Minister of Science and […]

02 May 19
World Site News

A 1895 cotton shirtwaist blouse with a detachable stiff collar, part of the Smith College Historic Clothing Collection in Northampton, Mass. (Shana Sureck/The New York Times)Vanessa Friedman It is possible that one of the more telling narratives of women’s lives in 20th-century America is housed in 50 metal storage lockers in a basement room in…

30 Apr 19
Update News Portal

It is possible that one of the more telling narratives of women’s lives in 20th-century America is housed in 50 metal storage lockers in a basement room in the theater department of a women’s college in Northampton, Mass. There, an anthropological road map traces the story from Gibson girls to the Western Front to the […]

29 Apr 19
SV3DPRINTER

According to Tomke Glier of the University of Hamburg Scientific Reports,” the University of Hamburg and DESY has developed a 3D printing-capable process that can be used to produce transparent and mechanically flexible electronic circuits. The electronics consist of a network of silver nanowires that can be printed in a suspension and embedded in various […]

27 Apr 19
Pips Artist Journal

Biographical Information Jenny Holzer was born in Gollipolis, Ohio in 1950. IN 1970-71 she studied at the University of Chicago She completed her course at Ohio University in 1972 In 1974 she met Mike Glier soon to be Husband In an early point in her career she was an abstract painter but found that painting […]

14 Apr 19
Holocaust Study Tour

This morning, after a great buffet breakfast, we checked out of our hotel in Olomouc and our bus took us to the small town of Tršíce, population of about 1,500, which has become such an important and integral part of the Holocaust Study Tour for twelve years. We first made the connection on our Holocaust […]