Skip to main content
Updating results

Musical Instruments

  • Updated

Rio de Janeiro firefighter Elielson Silva devised a novel approach to curing the coronavirus blues. Riding a fire truck’s retractable ladder as high as 200 feet, he played Brazilian tunes from that lofty perch as residents in isolation watch from their windows and applaud, flush with a restored sense of community.

Drum solo during Zoom meetings? Sure. Why not? With these No. 2 writing utensils from Suck UK, you can get your rhythm on for that song on the…

Historic festivals and cultural celebrations provide expansive experiences for travelers. Here are five to consider: ___ 1. Nyepi, Bali While many celebrate a New Year with fireworks and frivolity, the Balinese choose to cleanse the spirit, meditate and bask in silence on Nyepi, or Silent Day. On Nyepi Eve, observe local villagers as they play music, dance and parade colorful, hand-crafted ...

  • Updated

Thanks to the Mineral Area College Foundation, music students attending the Park Hills-based community college will now be accompanied by a Ya…

  • Updated

LEADWOOD -- Peggy Joyce Freeman, 86, of Leadwood, passed away July 21, 2017, at Community Manor. She was born on March 24, 1931, to the late W…

The GFWC Friday Club met May 26 at Follis Place for a luncheon meeting provided by the members.

  • Updated

In the early stages of what you are about to read you may think I am advocating throwing all the hymnals into the dumpster and auctioning off …

  • Updated

The Farmington High School Music Department recently participated in the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) evaluative…

Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device.


News Alerts

Breaking News