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Model law crafted to help municipalities preserve historic sites

July 21--New model legislation introduced by the state could help municipalities protect historic sites and resources. The law allows municipalities to create historic preservation commissions, which would have the ability to mark areas for preservation. The commissions also would have the authority to review proposed alterations to historic properties, along with public spaces in building ...


Living in a dream

July 21--TERRE HAUTE -- "Welcome to the dream home!" These were the words that greeted guests on Sunday as they entered a white, two-story home on the east side of Terre Haute. But this was not just any other white house lined up along Ohio Boulevard. This was one of 76 dream homes in the country, built to promote a 1948 film, "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House," which starred Cary Grant ...


Summerfest's 'Ariadne' rides crest of superbly blended talents

July 21--A transporting operatic performance is more than an assembly of successful elements. The Opera Theater Summerfest performance of "Ariadne auf Naxos" by Richard Strauss on July 18 featured outstanding vocal performances, insightful staging and excellent conducting. But the ways those elements blended -- casting fresh light on and strengthening each of the components -- created the ...


Review 'Cage Variations,' performed by Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, takes the long way around a short subject

July 21--The second weekend of Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble concerts was devoted to the world premiere of "The Cage Variations" by Ted Hearne, which won the group's Harvey Gaul Competition. Hearne's new piece takes inspiration from the song "The Cage" by pioneering American composer Charles Ives (1874-1954). The composer's program note explains: "It's an homage to composers who continue to ...


Chicago Tribune Dawn Turner Trice column

July 21--When Pierre Lockett was growing up in 1960s Mobile, Ala., the only African-American he'd ever seen dance professionally was a black guy who had performed with the June Taylor Dancers on national television. Lockett loved to dance but he never dreamed it was something he could do to make a living. So he entered the University of Montevallo in Alabama planning to follow in his aunt's ...


Oklahoma City strip club's landlord calls city code unconstitutional

July 21--An Oklahoma City strip club's landlord is asking a judge to find unconstitutional city regulations restricting adult entertainment. The landlord, Brenda Belflower, specifically complains about the restriction against "exotic dancers," and "male or female impersonators," saying it is unconstitutionally overbroad. "The ban offends the right to freedom of expression guaranteed by the ...


Accelerator of innovation expanded: Porsche invests 150 million euros in Weissach development centre

ENP Newswire - 21 July 2014 Release date- 18072014 - Stuttgart. In the presence of Baden-Wurttemberg Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann and the company's Supervisory Board Chairman Dr Wolfgang Porsche, Porsche AG officially opened three new buildings at the Weissach development centre, marking the conclusion of the largest investment project in the centre's history. The new buildings - the ...


Kia GT4 Stinger concept and 2014 Soul earn International Design Excellence Awards

ENP Newswire - 21 July 2014 Release date- 18072014 - Kia Motors has built a reputation for world-class design over the last several years, and recently, the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) has added to the Korean brand's renown with a pair of prestigious design awards. Kia received International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) in the transportation category for both the GT4 ...


Movies, exhibit commemorate 50th anniversary of Connie Mack World Series

July 21--FARMINGTON -- The Farmington Museum at Gateway Park is gearing up for the 50th anniversary of the Connie Mack World Series with a series of free, baseball-themed outdoor movies. The first of the three films -- "Field of Dreams," the 1989 drama starring Kevin Costner -- was screened Saturday. "A League of Their Own," which is based on the All-American Girls Professional Baseball ...


Luke Bryan burns up the Country Jam stage

July 21--Fifteen minutes before Luke Bryan took the stage to finish off the third and final day of Country Jam, music played from the main stage to get the crowd ready. It worked. The crowd stood up then and never sat down through Bryan's 90-minute show. Bryan's show was on fire, literally. When the country sensation started his set with "That's My Kind of Night," flames burned on the stage. ...


Aerosmith delivers an epic show

July 21--CADOTT -- As promised, Aerosmith arrived, played and conquered Rock Fest on Saturday. The Boston-area rockers lived up to the hype and huge expectations, delivering an epic 18-song performance that spanned nearly two hours. Lead singer Steven Tyler took the stage, dressed in a sparkling black jacket and sporting a mustache that made him look even more than usual like Captain Jack ...


Starks, library partner for film school

July 21--Learn the tricks of the trade when Verite Cinema and the Daviess County Public Library again partner for Unscripted Film School. Local filmmakers will direct five short films over the coming months. The short films will be compiled into an anthology titled "Volumes of Blood," which will premiere next spring. As part of the program, aspiring filmmakers or interested community members ...


Marantz completes this year's classic stereo line-up with versatile PM7005 Integrated Amplifier with USB-DAC

ENP Newswire - 21 July 2014 Release date- 16072014 - Mahwah, NJ - Marantz, a world leader in advanced audio technologies, is proud to introduce a new stereo star: the PM7005, a versatile Integrated Stereo Amplifier packed with superior-quality components, best-in-class materials, and the very latest in circuit design. The result is a totally sublime amplifier that not only creates spectacular, ...


SaskTel brings Back to Batoche cellular service with a new permanent tower to serve the area

ENP Newswire - 21 July 2014 Release date- 18072014 - SaskTel today announced the completion of a new permanent cellular tower that is fully operational and will serve the 2014 Back to Batoche festival attendees, as well as the communities of St. Isidore-de-Bellevue First Nation, One Arrow First Nation, Batoche, and surrounding residents. 'We are committed to building and powering the largest, ...


More info on listing of Artmarket.com (subsidiary of Artprice Inc. USA) from the minutes of the Artprice AGM and its document presenting future events

Following publication of the minutes of Artprice's AGM on 27 June 2014 together with a presentation of Artprice's "Future Outlook" (link to the online pdf file at the bottom of this page) that was discussed during the meeting, there had been substantial demand from shareholders and the market for further information. The Artprice Group hereby confirms that it is considering listing its ...


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