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illusive - contemporary illustration - part four

the fourth installation of the illusive series published at gestalten comes at a crossroads for the metier. as john o’reilly, editor of varoom magazine, notes in his introduction, outlets, perception, even the heart of the art itself are subject to fundamental change, “giving illustration so many more purposes beyond that of looking good on the printed page.” 112 more words


Be Brave: Teach Style to Your Middle School Band

by Ken Tilger, Band Education Specialist –

Teaching solid fundamentals of playing and basic musicianship are at the core of beginning and middle school band. Obviously there is already plenty to cover within your curriculum, and if your school district’s program is well-organized, there is a certain skill set and level of musicianship your students should reach before moving on to high school band. 681 more words

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UMC Appoints Interim CEO

LAS VEGAS (AP) — University Medical Center officials say the hospital’s chief operations officer will be interim CEO, filling the vacant top spot since Lawrence Barnard announced his resignation. 110 more words


Ford Land: Providing modern office space for small businesses in Michigan

by Dan Rafter

Need modern, furnished executive office space? Ford Land, the real estate arm of Ford Motor Company, is now offering this space for lease in its hometown of Dearborn, Mich. 225 more words


Magnolia Movie Review

Magnolia, to me, could be best described as a film about love mixed with a movie about chance.  I say that because it presents a variety of incidents involving chance.   825 more words

The Aungier House

A rather lonely, and now abandoned, Victorian pub on Aungier St. Thom’s directory (1862) listed the occupier as John O’Reilly, Vintner. The building itself probably post-dates that, but it remained as a public house. 95 more words

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The Best New Christmas Titles for Young Band

As the weather starts to cool and the leaves begin to change, it is also time to begin rehearsing Christmas/winter concert music with your elementary and middle school bands.  725 more words

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