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  1. (SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC) MARTIN: All right, now we're going to get a rare look inside the Syrian city of Raqqa. GREENE: Yeah. So this city was once - and actually not so long ago - a stronghold ...

  2. One of my first assignments when I began reviewing restaurants for The Capital’s Dining Out column eight years ago was the newly opened Sin Fronteras Café. Located in Parole on old Forest Drive ...

  3. In 2015, Gloria Estefan’s incredible life story became a Broadway musical, giving D.C. a sneak peek last month when the cast saluted her at the Kennedy Center Honors. “It was definitely a dream ...

  4. In May 2015, the Minnesota Orchestra was the first U.S. orchestra to play Cuba since 1999. This summer, it will be the first professional U.S. orchestra ever to tour South Africa. Soon ...

  5. Organizers pleased with 1st bazaar

    North Platte Telegraph4 days ago

    Hundreds of people filled the halls of the Prairie Arts Center for an International Bazaar on Friday. The event was the first of its kind, organized by Yoko Lawing and Robert Derbyshire. Lawing ...

  6. In fact, it has served as ground zero for Cuban music since the 1940s: it was the most advanced and spacious recording facility on the island and has the tape vault to prove it. Every ...

  7. A local minister with an ear for music will present an ambitious jazz festival in St. Tammany Parish. The third annual Jazz in January will open at... Church, 120 S. New Hampshire St.

  8. "We continue to mourn with you and marvel at Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' incredible positive impact on music and the world.

  9. Paula J. Stockman, chairman of the Cattaraugus County Legislature, died unexpectedly Saturday in her home in South Dayton. The longtime village clerk in South Dayton and a Republican, last year ...

  10. On Jan. 21, 2003, the U.S. Census Bureau said Hispanics had moved past African Americans as the largest minority group in the United States.

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