Concert-Going Event Features Wyoming Symphony for OLLIs

Concert-Going Event Features Wyoming Symphony for OLLIs

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, OLLI at Casper College, is offering a night of music with the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra at the symphony's next concert, “The Planets.”
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Florida Georgia Line Teams With Tennessee Titans for Free Concert . . . And Haters Take to the …

Florida Georgia Line has teamed with the NFL's Tennessee Titans for a free street party and concert in Nashville on April 4. After the Titans debut their brand-new 2018 uniforms, FGL will headline a free concert at the crossroads of Broadway and 1st Ave. at 7 p.m.. The Titans posted a Facebook v
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Zero Discrimination Day Event in Angelico Concert Hall

Thursday, March 1, is UNAIDS' Zero Discrimination Day and Dominican University of California's Global Health Department is co-hosting Getting to Zero: Confronting HIV-Related Stigma and Discrimination Locally and Globally, a free film screening, live panel discussion, and Q & A session start
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Concert Series Brings Classical Music to Unexpected Places

And a 2006 study from the Cleveland Clinic Foundation shows a decrease in pain and depression from people who listen to any music. That's good news for the people in the audience, like Terre Vance, who works at the courthouse. She enjoyed the convenience of a lunchtime concert without having to
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Pentatonix announces new album and new tour, including Oklahoma City concert

I” April 13 via RCA Records. The inaugural release for the quintet's “PTX Presents” series will feature 11 Pentatonix-curated modern pop performances, including “Havana,” according to a news release. The track has already surpassed 5 million video views since it was released Friday. Purchase it
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Big Sean canceling his tour is a lesson in success: 'I learned in life you have to follow your intuition'

Grammy nominated musician Big Sean, 29, whose real name is Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, won't be going on tour this spring. His “Unfriendly Reminder Tour,” announced earlier this month, was supposed to start in April with the first concert in Orlando and performances in Miami, Houston, Atlanta
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