Daily Archive: May 17, 2022

Asbury Park Music Foundation names executive director

Karen Geer, the former head of the Interschool Orchestras of New York and the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, has been named the executive director of Asbury Park Music Foundation.

“I’m excited to be the first executive director of the Asbury Park Music Foundation and look forward to leading such a vibrant music education and performance organization,” said Geer in a statement. “As a performer and educator, the mission of saving lives with music is close to my heart.”

The APMF’s “Music Saved My Life” music education initiative serves kids in Asbury Park and the surrounding area, too. APMF was formed

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Richa Chadha on South Indian film industry vs Bollywood: Hindi movie stars have their noses up in the air | Hindi Movie News

At a time when the South film industry is soaring with back-to-back box office successes, the Hindi film industry is seeing a less than favourable reception at the ticket windows.

Actress Richa Chadha, who has worked in both film industries over the years, shared her thoughts about what could be the reason behind the Hindi box office being left in the doldrums. Sharing her reasons why the South film industry is seeing more hits than misses, she tells indianexpress.com, “They’ve got their math right in terms of numbers and ticket prices.”

Taking the superhit Vijay starrer ‘Master’ as her reference,

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Dave Foley Discusses the Return of The Kids in the Hall

Revivals can be a tricky thing. It’s impossible to replicate all the internal and external elements that went into making something a success years after the fact, and over the last decade we’ve seen a number of once popular TV shows return to mixed results. Sketch comedy isn’t immune to those pressures, but it might be less vulnerable due to its very nature. In a way sketch is more like a band reuniting than a TV show—typically it’s a small group of creative partners who have their own process and methods that rarely reflect the nature of a TV writer’s

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Detroit teams up with art technology startup to track city’s murals

Love Detroit’s ever-growing and evolving murals but aren’t always sure where you saw what or how to track them? A new app will help with that.

On Wednesday, Detroit’s office of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship announced a new partnership with art technology company CANVS to identify all of the art on the city’s walls and eventually create a digital map on the city’s website. An app, Canvs Interactive Street Art, also will allow residents, tourists and other “mural hunters” to use their smartphones to identify specific murals and the artist.

“When art becomes more accessible, it allows people to better

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